…protecting the rights of astoundingly asinine apes like this one to make an utter clownshoe of himself while, at the same time, insulting the troops to which he owes the freedom to do so. Oh, and thanks Angry Webmaster, for making our Imperial Blood Pressure spike so early. Sincere thanks, also, for your excellent Fisking of the fuckwidget which leaves not a lot for us to chew on, but since when did that stop us?
Thomas Walker is a lecturer in the intensive English and orientation program
Thomas Walker is also a wholly useless sack of shit whose ignorant bleatings remind us, once again, that nature stopped selecting for intelligence a long, long time ago.
I read in Tuesday’s Iowa State Daily that the College Republicans have begun collecting sundries for U.S. soldiers serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. Why? Doesn’t the U.S. Army victual its soldiers?
The first question that any halfway decent human being (and you fail on both counts) ought to ask is this: Why the fuck NOT and, more importantly, why is it of such paramount importance to your envious, scrawny little arse where the charity of volunteers is directed? Why do you think, you mewling muttfucker, it’s any of your business to begin with?
Yes, the U.S. Army (and all of the other branches, but we don’t expect a tenured tumblefuck like you to have ever heard that there are any others) does “victual” its soldiers. By the way, put the thesaurus down and step away from it. You’re only making yourself look foolish. However, the food, while certainly containing all of the necessary nutrients to keep our men and women healthy and strong, is hardly inspiring. Not quite the Four Seasons gourmet fare that your beloved Marxist-in-Chief and his First Wookie insist on gorging themselves on every chance they get.
Don’t their families send them yuletide goodies?
Assuming that they have families and that said families haven’t been rendered destitute by your Ear Leader’s miserable failures, yes. But does that matter and, if so, why?
Aren’t GIs paid enough to buy what they need, and even what they want?
That one is easy to answer: No, they aren’t. Unless their needs and wants are very modest indeed. Quite a bit more modest than your worthless tenured carcass’, we’re sure. But, then again, unlike you they’re not in it for the money. Some people choose to answer a higher calling so that ungrateful, swinish, petty pissants like yourself can whine in peace, safe under the blanket of protection that their sacrifice provides.
“As Republicans we believe in charity,” stated Jeremy Freeman, a member of the College Republicans. Donating toiletries, boxed and canned foods, socks and beanies to U.S. soldiers who can already deodorize themselves, who eat better than the poorest Americans
Back up there, Buckwheat, because you’re getting dangerously close to passing the event horizon of a Singularity of Stoopid™. They eat better than the “poorest” Americans who, coincidentally, would qualify as “middle to upper middle class” where His Imperial Majesty comes from and we do not exactly hail from a third world nation?
Here’s a proposal: How about you switch from whatever it is you stuff your pie hole with now to nothing but MREs, day in and day out. Then, after three months, switch to what you can buy with food stamps which, you might be interested to know, we’ve learned includes such viciously boring gruel as live lobsters and crab legs. Then tell us which is “better.”
and who are gallantly garbed, is an eleemosynary travesty.
Didn’t we just tell you to step away from that thesaurus? Do you really want it deposited where it will take a team of proctologists three days to extract it? Do you really think that using an obscure synonym for “relating to charity” makes you look clever? Here’s a hint: All it shows is that you’re an arrogant prick who has somehow managed to Google his way to thesaurus.com.
Necessities should be doled out to people who really need them
Necessities should be doled out to whoever the people who own said necessities bloody well want to dole them out to, your subretarded input notwithstanding.
and who might get them if not for the hundreds of billions of dollars being funneled to the Pentagon in the greatest squandering of money on the planet. If anything, Republicans should sympathize with veterans struggling to find employment, a challenge that may daunt the discharged soldier, who might wish he had reenlisted.
And Republicans don’t sympathize with veterans? Is that so? That’s certainly news to us. We must have dreamed up all of those fundraisers for veterans we’ve participated in over the years. So your contention is that we should ignore our troops while they’re actually fighting for us so we can better help them if they manage to get home? Is that it? Are you a complete idiot? That, by the way, was a rhetorical question. Use your mad Google skills to look it up.
Yes, you odoriferous twat, we evil conservatives actually can chew gum and walk at the same time. It’s not all that hard and it’s never too late to start. You should try it out sometime.
And what alternate reality do you live in (we know, it’s the community-based one that we keep hearing of) where somehow being a veteran doesn’t help you getting a job (unless it’s at a liberal “think” tank, of course)?
Finally, for all that you claim that we don’t do for our veterans, at least we don’t spit at them and call them “baby-killers.”
Soldiers are to Republicans as fetuses are to them: prized. But once out of the womb-like army, Republican solicitude for hapless veterans goes where extracted zygotes go.
That’s odd. Extracting viable zygotes from the womb wasn’t in our party platform last we checked. Did somebody add it while we weren’t looking or are you just speaking out of your ignorant rectum again?
“We get to show the troops we still appreciate what they’re doing for us,” said another College Republican. What are they doing for us? Nothing.
Other than risking their lives to protect the rights of utterly useless wastes of skin like you to piss on them while being underpaid and eating dreadfully droll food? Not much at all, nope.
So what have you done for us, Tommy? Come on, we have all day. What vital function do you fill in our society? Just how, exactly, would this nation be worse off if you were to, we don’t know, end up in the concrete of a new high rise? Still waiting. Come on. Surely you can think of something?
But against us they’re doing a lot: creating anti-American terrorists in the countries they occupy.
Oh yes. They alone are to blame for the terrorists who murdered 3,000 of our countrymen on 9/11 and continue to murder or attempt to murder them to this very day. Damn, they practically caused 9/11 retroactively. You see, the 19 pisslamists knew this was going to happen, so they murdered those people in advance for future crimes of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Said the same College Republican, “It can’t be fun to be away from your family for the holidays. As if American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan had been conscripted? They chose to leave home.
It’s odd, isn’t it? At least to some waste of oxygen like you. That somebody would voluntarily go do what they do because they believe in it? Why, every single one of the socialist dystopias that you worship had to force their population, at gunpoint, to go do the same, so clearly there’s something wrong with those baby-killing U.S. soldiers who really deserve all they get, having started it all in the first place.
Or maybe it’s just that those volunteers are volunteering because they found something actually worth fighting for?
Why do Republicans care so much about the military?
Easy. Well, it used to be easy. Because the military protects our right to express ourselves freely without fear of some tyrant herding us into a Gulag. Here lately, though, realizing that they’re protecting the likes of you, too, we’re beginning to wonder ourself.
Because the military-industrial complex is dear to their simplistic laissez-faire fantasies: a bottom-line patriotism that excludes the people at the bottom.
Put down the Chomsky as well because, we swear, if we have to hear about the “military-industrial complex” one more time, we’re going to not be responsible for our own actions.
And, once again, it’s not people at the bottom we have a problem with. As a matter of fact we care a great deal about them and their opportunities to work their way away from the bottom.
The ones we don’t really give a flying fuck at a rolling donut about are the overpaid, underworked, worthless asses whose only “contribution” to society is to insult those who care about somebody other than themselves.
Yes, that would be you, Tommy.
Now go move to Cuba before we finally tire of your petulant whining and decide to do something about it. To think that even one solitary U.S. soldier died for your sake is making us sick to our stomach. We’d gladly exterminate the whole sorry lot of Thomas Walkers in this world if it brought one, just ONE U.S. serviceman or woman back.
And we wouldn’t lose one bit of sleep over it either, because it would be one heck of a deal.