Friday, April 10, 2009
U.S. Navy - Floating Brothels with Propellers
Michael Savage is none to happy about the Administration's and U.S. Navy's response to the current piracy situation involving a American cargo ship and the seizing of it's Captain as a Hostage.
Savage wonders what the Navy is used for if it can not sink pirate ships.
He says the Navy has become useless and now is just Floating Brothels with Propellers.
(I think he is referring to the integration of women on our Surface ships.)
Another comment says our submarines are only good for running into sand bars.
I like Savage but he is being a little hard on the Navy. Unfortunately the Navy can only do what they are given orders to do by regional military commanders and the President himself.
You can listen to the Michael Savage podcast in question here.
Michael Savage 04/09/09 H1
An important look at the history of naval ships and Muslim pirates over the centuries. Social enterprises with propellers are what we are now. What is the use of having a Navy if you can't shoot down pirate ships?
More Savage Podcasts here..
The Navy vs. The Pirates: How the mighty have fallen
Observing the Obama Administration Somali Piracy Policy
Unbalanced warfare not new for US Navy
Somali Pirates: Navy Destroyer on Scene of Hostage Event