If they compromise the standard to let women through then shame on them.If the standards for the job are correct, and they should be by now, then everyone who applies for that position should need to meet the same standards.
The problem is the "victim-obsessed hustlers who are currently running the Federal Government" are suing the Pennsylvania State Police for having the temerity to insist women who apply to be officers must meet the same standards as the men. That establishes the precedent that they can force the Army to change the standards so that women who want to be Rangers will be tested to lower levels than the men. That's very likely going to get those women, or some unfortunate people under their command, killed.
It used to be that discrimination was requiring one class to pass tougher standards than another; in this case, the men are being discriminated against by having to meet tougher standards than women. Changing the definition of discrimination from tougher standards to everyone meeting the same standards is a whole new ballgame. Frankly, it warps my mind. If having everyone meet the same standards equally isn't equality, then the world has fundamentally changed.
Despite the fact that over 70 percent of female applicants pass the test, Holder and Company have decided to sue. And why?H/T Sense of Events who posted this link on 9/1. It has been simmering in mind since.
Well… Because those evil cops in Pennsylvania had the audacity to treat female candidates the same as their male counterparts. Don’t those out of touch, sexist, creeps who run the police department know by now that, in Holder’s America, “equality” means treating everyone differently? See, women are equal. Well, unless they’re not. In which case, we should treat them unequal in order to make them equal. But not too unequal. After all, they are equal… Unless they’re not. Are they? (Please don’t sue me.)
Welcome to our progressive Utopia: Where people get sued for not lowering their expectations.