Jeff sends us a link to some ass wipe blog called FitsNews which purports to be conservative, but obviously, it’s not conservative when it publishes what the Left has been saying about the military for the last ten years. This woman named Mande Wilkes thinks it make her sounds smart to run down the members of the military as some privileged bunch of reprobates;
Four scandals in four months is hardly isolated or even sporadic. At this point, it’s almost a pattern. Denying the increasing predictability of these events – blindly insisting these scandals are isolated rather than repeated – pushes aside the more interesting question.
Yeah, almost a pattern, you air head. Four incidents in 120 days – and the last of those incidents happened more than two years ago, so how does THAT fit into your imagined pattern? So it’s four incidents in two years, isn’t it. Math is hard, isn’t it Mande?
Why are too many U.S. troops, once part of a dignified and esteemed force, giving the finger to the whole world?
Yeah, “too many”. Nine people out of 89,000 is too many. But wait, because nine people out of 89,000 in Afghanistan made mistakes, the queen of ditzes shows what her real f*cking problem is;
To answer that, I take you back to any one of last autumn’s Republican presidential debates. Ron Paul (holla!) made a repeated point of casting himself as the lone warrior on stage. The only one of the major presidential candidates to have served in the military, Paul represented a dying breed: A man who was a statesman before he was a politician.
Oh, a f*cking Paulian who, of course, thinks that being a gynecologist in the Air Force qualifies Ron Paul to be President.
It used to be that everybody who was anybody enlisted in the military. Nowadays, everybody who’s nobody serves – a natural consequence of incentivizing service with signing bonuses, comped education, and plush pensions. Not to mention that for those in the U.S. illegally, the incentives are that much more attractive – a respectable way to root into jobs that wouldn’t otherwise be accessible.
I’ve got your “nobodys”, you snotty, privileged piece of shit. Who paid for your college?
So, what used to be a military made up of statesmen has devolved into a force comprised of men who have few alternatives but to enlist. Rather than the symbol of nobility it once was, military service has become almost a scarlet letter of sorts – signifying an individual of lesser resources, breeding, or ambition. Think about it … when a teenager is delinquent, where do his parents send him? To either a boarding school or a military school, depending on the family’s socioeconomic level. And when that teenager graduates, where does he go? To either a university or the military – depending, again, on the family’s finances.
The result? Troops that more closely resemble a jail or a juvenile delinquent center than an esteemed military force.
You ungrateful turd. The military of today is more technically proficient and requires more education than those cocksuckers who sit in their first year of college taking remedial reading and writing classes. And the military doesn’t take delinquents – ask any of the recruiters in this forum. So quit running your cockholster about things you don’t understand.
So much for trying to attract the military vote to the Ron Paul campaign, huh, ditz? Since your boy couldn’t get the numbers in the primaries to win even a state where he was one half of the choices in the vote, you feel liberated enough to shoot down the only demographic you ass clowns targeted during the primaries.
Sorry, have you ever been so pissed that the words won’t come out right? That’s what happened today to me with this POS woman who fancies herself a TeaParty Congressional candidate in SC’s 7th district. I have something for her ass.
On her website she says she doesn’t think there’s any such thing as bad publicity. Let’s see how that shit works out for her.