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Misinterpreted? Nobody understands those Bostonians, it wasn't our fault!


The Exorcist

"While your typical right-wing chickenhawk can slap a yellow ribbon on his SUV and shout "SUPPORT OUR TROOPS!" with the greatest of ease, Progressives must struggle to utter the words without vomiting. That's why those words are so much more meaningful when we say them."

This is why Professym Chomstein gets paid the big tenured bucks.

Fist of Etiquette

Nobody loves America more than I do, but there is absolutlely nothing about this country that is worth even one drop of blood being spilt by people of the other innocent countries that our military invades and occupies. And nobody loves Free Speech more than I do, but when it comes to these military recruiters, well there's just no reasoning with them. They need to be stopped by any means necessary from trying to coerce our youth into service with their words.

And since I don't now or have never personally benefited one iota from anything the military has ever done, I can speak on the subject with an unbiased voice.

UN Doctor

Larry, one more trip to Berkeley and they might as well insert a feeding tube in you.

Che Gaiavera

As we all know, the Living, Breathing Constitution specifies that the military is permitted to exist to: Provide humanitarian assistance during Hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, and other natural disasters caused by Global Warming&tm;, Fight forest fires caused by Global Warming&tm;, Provide educational benefits to inner-city minorities like Bubblehead, and Create a diversion when the President is caught banging the hired help.

This PeeResident Select has corrupted those fine and noble causes and turned the military into some sort of Fight Club. It takes a village to raise a child, but it only takes a few Marines to raze that village.

To protect our unaborted children, we must remove this blight from our enlightened Utopia. It's all about choice, and as long as our children have the opportunity to make the wrong choices, they are at risk.

Freedom isn't free. It must be strictly doled out - just like the school lunches Rethuglicans threatened to cut off before the Berkeley board capitulated rephrased.


Thank you, Comrade Che, for clearing up the true purpose of the military and reminding us of the dangers of bad choices. Well said! I'm all for pre-approved intellectual freedom.

This is my favourite part of being progressyve! I love how we managed to rename fascism with the labels of liberty and freedom and sold that golden bullshit to the rest of enlyghtened America. Clever, no? The only ones who didn't buy it were, predictably, the mouth-breathing, knuckle-dragging red state red-necks. Those morons are just beyond re-education.

Che Gaiavera

Those morons are just beyond re-education.

Even HillaReeducation?

Talking Toaster

Berkeley leaders were forced to issue a clarification this week that while they often enjoy crapping on those who serve, they only do so out of love.- Liberal Larry

Of course we progressives love the Troops!

We would love to grab a trooper and cinch up the ropes until the elbows are forced together, and then rotate his arms until his shoulders dislocated.

Once that is done we will revel in his pain until he signs a confession to join the Che-DNC.

Progressives “Support the Troops - Buy ropes!”


So, the Marines are NOT allowed to perform retro abortions, only progressives with an agenda.

Steamboat McGoo

Progressives “Support the Troops - Buy ropes!”


"One of the most offensive sites I've seen in blogtopia"

That's good enough for me!

Libby Gone™

At the risk of being Bush-whacked or Shotgunned, I offer the following words of warning:
The Spy satellite intentionally targeted to a neighborhood (minority filled) near you is NOT a DOD satellite. It is a NSA bird. A Military spy satellite smashing into an inner city block, killyn ynnocent minority womyn and chyldren and dispersing sensytive pictures of nude Iraqi womyn shaving their backs, would be no big deal. However, this bird has been spying on innocent Liberals, a crime which the cowards will not admit to.
A little hydrazine shower augmented with antiballistic missle fragments is well worth keeping THAT secret.

Flower Of Power

Che, are you telling me that the Berkeley BOE phases in and out of this dimension? As well as reality? Whoa, that's heavy, dude.


"And since I don't now or have never personally benefited one iota from anything the military has ever done, I can speak on the subject with an unbiased voice."

Posted by: Fist of Etiquette

I'd like to know what the US Military has done for ANYONE, ANYWHERE, since 1945.

Meanwhile, I read this:

The self-absorption evident during this meeting, the general "don't-rock-the-boat" posture, the overwhelming lack of concern for the victims of Israeli and U.S. power amount to a license to kill for the U.S. and its allies. The same unconcern allowed the United States to get away with killing millions of Vietnamese decades ago; it gives license to mass U.S. killing in Iraq and Afghanistan.!

Progressives must struggle to utter the words without vomiting.

A suggestion would be to go to there fellow progressive mooselamb brothers. They have lying down to a cultural science. You thing anyone of our fair politicians can lie like a rug. Mooslamb's mato(sp) is "War is Deceit." I've heard stories from our "Murdering Brave Warriors" that the natives in Iraq lie even when it makes no sense to do it.

It takes a village to raise a child, but it only takes a few Marines to raze that village.

Clever, I like 8^)


I see megaWITCH is getting no attention again, and has invaded this thread. The opinions of a couple of leftists like yourself do not constitute news.

Begone, before someone drops a house on you, you malicious liar.



Warning: The site must be busy, as it's loading kind of slow.

My favorite caption:

The confrontations and disrespect continued as the afternoon wore on. Predictably, the children had only the feeblest grasp on any of the issues, and essentially no knowedge of history prior to approximately 2003, so trying to have a serious discussion with any of them was an exercise in futility. Someone must have taught them that confidence, self-esteem and volume were an acceptable substitute for logic.

Fist of Etiquette

I'd like to know what the US Military has done for ANYONE, ANYWHERE, since 1945.

Doughboy lover, eh? Go hum "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" somewhere else, warmongerer!


Don't hold your breath. We won't tell. What the military has done for people around the world is classified, and if we told you, we'd have to kill you. I see a tornado in your future, or a bucket of warm water.

The Exorcist

"I'd like to know what the US Military has done for ANYONE, ANYWHERE, since 1945."

I'd like to know what the Irish have done for ANYONE, ANYWHERE, since the beginning of time.

Lucky Charms?

I did a little research on the subject and it turns out they're actually Made In America, just like the greatest military in the world.

Advantage: The Greatest Military In The History of Mankind

Megapest Exterminator

"I'd like to know what the US Military has done for ANYONE, ANYWHERE, since 1945."

U.S. Military Delivers Aid to Tsunami Victims

American soldiers and sailors continue to deliver aid to tsunami victims. As of Jan. 6, the U.S. military has delivered more than 639,500 pounds of relief supplies to the region. Some 14,700 pounds of food and about 14,000 pounds of water were delivered on Jan. 5 alone. U.S. military pilots have flown nearly 900 hours to bring relief to tsunami victims. More than 13,000 military personnel are serving in Operation Unified Assistance. These are just a few more ways the United States is helping those devastated by the tsunamis.

Source: Department of Defense


Crawl back under the sink, cockroach.

Megapest Exterminator

This is the type of aid that The United States of America supplies throughout the world, while insects like megapest sit on their asses and do nothing except whine about how 'greedy' the United States is, because we don't 'give enough' to suit them.

The US military is providing logistical support and responding to requests for assistance from Indonesia, Thailand and Sri Lanka, he said. Other countries such as Japan, New Zealand, France, Germany, China, Australia, Malaysia, India, South Korea, Pakistan, Singapore and the United Kingdom have contributed medical teams, field hospitals, engineers, fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters among other critical assets. Multinational cooperation continues to grow, and now the United Nations has joined to coordinate the massive undertaking.

The first US ship arrived from Northeast Asia January 5, another on January 6, and more will be steaming into the area in following days. Beginning Jan. 6, six maritime pre-positioning ships began arriving in the region. These ships carry supplies and a built-in capacity for making and pumping fresh water. The US Navy’s floating hospital ship, the USS Mercy, might be used to house personnel working for nongovernmental organizations and government agencies while they are carrying out humanitarian relief assignments.

U.S. Army, Pacific is providing a variety of specialists to U.S. Pacific Command including crisis planners, both in Hawaii and in Thailand. Forces Command is deploying 4 mortuary affairs teams from Fort Lee, VA. The teams provide tailored disaster response for mass casualty incidents anywhere in the world and will help with, identification, processing, and evacuation of deceased.

8th U.S. Army in Korea is deploying medical and logistics units, including CH-47 Chinook helicopters. These units will provide medical treatment, evacuation and supply distribution capabilities.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is deploying three Forward Engineering Support Teams, from Japan, Alaska and Little Rock, Arkansas. Each FEST consist of: 1 military team leader, 1 Civil Engineer, 1 Structural Engineer, 1 Geo-technical Engineer, and two electric power generation engineers. These teams will assist with infrastructure assessment and reconstruction planning.

The United States Military. Doing the jobs that whiny irish assholes won't do, while Americans PAY FOR IT.

I can just picture this piece of shit sitting at her computer, reading crap from InformationClearingHouse and nodding her head in her willful ignorance.

If she has an NGO, she's probably teamed with, 'WorldCan'tWait,' or 'A.N.S.W.E.R.' or some other commie POS organization.

Why don't they stop blaming America for everything and do something themselves?

The Exorcist

"Why don't they stop blaming America for everything and do something themselves?"

A fair question for which I've got a fair answer.

It's spelled. L-I-B-E-R-A-L

Oh, sure, it sounds lovely enough on its surface. But once you dig beneath the STD scabs and crawl through more armpit hair than Rapunzel ever had, you end up in a yeast-infected quagmire that makes Mary Jo Kopechne wish for even more water to enter the trunk of an Oldsmobile.

Che Gaiavera

Aside from preventing western Europe from becoming a Soviet satellite, liberating millions from oppression, delivering huanitarian aid, stepping in to stop civil war and ethnic cleansing, and ensuring the world has a steady flow of oil through the Persian Gulf:

The US Military invented the internet. Well, AlGore invented it, but DARPA actually invented it. DARPA also invented GPS, the computer mouse,

The Navy's version of DARPA (NAWCWPNS or NAVAIR) invented glow sticks and high-speed, stop-action video.

Defense contractors invented thermal imaging, night vision, and ride-flat tires.

Special Forces combat medics introduced the practice of using superglue as field sutures.

The real question is, "What have they done for me lately?"


From "Life of Brian"

REG: And what have [the Romans] ever given us in return?!

XERXES: The aqueduct?

REG: What?

XERXES: The aqueduct.

REG: Oh. Yeah, yeah. They did give us that. Uh, that's true. Yeah.

COMMANDO #3: And the sanitation.

LORETTA: Oh, yeah, the sanitation, Reg. Remember what the city used to be like?

REG: Yeah. All right. I'll grant you the aqueduct and the sanitation are two things that the Romans have done.

MATTHIAS: And the roads.

REG: Well, yeah. Obviously the roads. I mean, the roads go without saying, don't they? But apart from the sanitation, the aqueduct, and the roads--

COMMANDO: Irrigation.

XERXES: Medicine.

COMMANDO #2: Education.

REG: Yeah, yeah. All right. Fair enough.

COMMANDO #1: And the wine.

COMMANDOS: Oh, yes. Yeah...

FRANCIS: Yeah. Yeah, that's something we'd really miss, Reg, if the Romans left. Huh.

COMMANDO: Public baths.

LORETTA: And it's safe to walk in the streets at night now, Reg.

FRANCIS: Yeah, they certainly know how to keep order. Let's face it. They're the only ones who could in a place like this.

REG: All right, but apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, a fresh water system, and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?

Unintentional satire is often the funniest.

A+++ would bid again


"Unintentional satire is often the funniest."--StewedRat

So that's how much you understood.

Well done, Stooeeey.

Bring sanitation, medicine, education, public order, electricity, roads, water, and health care BACK to Iraq, and TO Afghanistan -- and maybe, just maybe, I'll look at the subject again.

As for tsunamis etc ... Are the US military a national *defense* force? Or the Red Cross/Red Crescent? Make up your minds. If they're the Red Cross - take their guns off them. And their planes and their bombs.

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