But tell that to Sakura.... her argument is that she can compete with Naruto/Sasuke because of their respective Sannin mentors. She's not taking into account that virtually all of her abilities come from Tsunade.... while the same cannot be said for Naruto and Sasuke.
If she did take that into account then.... it's kind of hard to say she can compete with them in the first place..... which was the core point of why she shouldn't be left out.
I suppose I could have added "now suddenly she wants to fight directly beside Naruto on the front lines." or something to that effect.... but... I figured it wasn't necessary since her objection was to being left behind.
The reason I'm talking about Sakura... is because she's the one who made the comments. Comments that are, frankly, both out of the blue.... and wrong.
The sentence you seem to be fixated on.... was part of an explanation as to why I feel that way. Namely, the question of "If Sasuke wasn't there, would she still have said that?".
I don't see it.
If she feels the need to justify her presence and she clearly does..... then it would be nice if the explanation she gives.... made sense. As I said, if she wants to join them then all she had to do was ask... but don't try to pull a guilt trip.
Naruto: "Thank you for healing me, Sakura-chan! You should rest, now. Let's go, Sasuke!"
Sakura: "...... Do you think I'm just a weak woman who can't compete with you? Tsunade trains her disciples as good as the other sannin..."
He thanks her for putting in work for him, tells her she's earned a break.... and her response is to somehow interpret it as an attack on her capabilities. There is a reason she came to that conclusion... and it has nothing to do with what Naruto actually said.