When American Women WERE Great:

  I know that I am down on women a lot of the time. That is because feminists suck. But there was a time in America, when American women were great. They were patriotic, loved this nation, did not seek to ‘be men.’  They loved their femininity, they loved being mothers, they were part of the WW1 & WW2 effort to bring our troops home, because that is the only way to get troops home, to unite with America, not against.  They were an honor to their sex, that men could come home to, to love. UNLIKE now, because of the left-wing brainwashing. Thank G*d that the womans conservative movement has kicked into gear.

During the Revolutionary War, there was a heroic woman named Molly Pitcher This is an excellent site on the heroism of Molly Pitcher, also known as;  Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley.  Molly Pitcher: An American Heroine

During World War I,  thousands of women worked in munitions factories, offices and large hangars used to build aircrafts. Of course women were also involved in knitting socks and preparing hampers for the soldiers on the front, as well as other voluntary work, but as a matter of survival women had to work for paid employment for the sake of their families. Nursing became the one and only area of female contribution that involved being at the front and experiencing the horror of war.


 

During World War II

A Great Woman of the WW2 era, Carole Lombarde Victory Theater: Hollywood in World War II – The comic actress, who was married to Clark Gable, died in a plane crash on 1/16/42 returning from a War Bonds tour.

Francis Langford: She was an entertainer for the troops with Bob Hope, to keep morale high.

Bette Davis:  Created  “The Hollywood Cantine”  The Hollywood Canteen operated at 1451 Cahuenga Boulevard in Hollywood, California between October 3, 1942 and November 22, 1945 (Thanksgiving Day) as a club offering food, dancing and entertainment for servicemen, usually on their way overseas. Even though the majority of visitors were U.S servicemen, the Canteen was open to servicemen of allied countries as well as women in all branches of service. The serviceman’s ticket for admission was his uniform and everything at the Canteen was free of charge, and got to dance with a ‘pretty girl’.

There are so many to count, it would take all day long. But who can forget 3 of the greatest little ladies this nation has ever seen? In fact, it would be sac-relig to not mention them. So patriotic, fresh, and great morale boosters, that were NOT “Liberals”

It is HIGH TIME, Women of America, to become an honor to our sex, rather than a nasty, bitter, she-beast that is in constant competition with a man, who we are not equal with, no matter how hard we try.