They Said if We Voted For McCain, We’d Live Under a Tyranny

And they were right!

John McCain is so confident in the Corker-Hoeven amendment’s strengthening of the border that he compared it to another well-known, controversial barrier.

“We’ll be the most militarized border since the fall of the Berlin Wall,” the Arizona senator said on CNN this morning. He said that border security in the amendment is “not only sufficient, it is well over sufficient.”

“This is a border-security measure which I think should suffice to any critic,” he said.

That is, if we assume first that the Berlin Wall was all made up of empty promises and lies about things that would be done, for sure, honest we mean it THIS time which, we think, the East Germans would have liked a great deal better than the actual, you know, Berlin Wall.

But hey, let’s not drop the drooling old dishonored, treasonous, lickspittle fuckwit’s inane ramblings completely just yet, seeing as how it’s so very entertaining mocking the demented. We suppose we could imagine a very hypothetical (and completely inaccurate) scenario under which Volksgenosse Ulbricht got up in front of the East Germans and said: “Ja, ve’re goink to allow emigration UND block uns off from ze fascist West, but you haff to let uns build ze Vall FIRST, und THEN vee vill let you emigrate, vee PROMISE!”

Then it would be a perfect analogy.

But in the real world, of course, it’s nowhere near that. Or are we East Germany now? Did McShitstain really come out in the open and declare us a communist tyranny right now? Dang, who would have thought that the maggot had any honesty in him at all?

Or maybe he’s just doing the only thing he does well again: Lie.

Fuck off and die, you miserable old traitor, and once again: CURSE you fucking Vietnamese for not fucking finishing the job and instead sending the sack of treasonous, worthless pig shit back to us.

Thatisall.

9 comments

  1. 1
    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    There is a recall effort against McSlime and Flake. Even if they were to pull enough people, there is no recall provision to get these scum out.
    :em08:
    There should be.
    :em01:
    Is it time to start looking into a constitutional convention to remove power from the federal government?
    :em03:

  2. 2
    LC Light29ID - The Imperial Asshole growls and barks:

    Makes you reallyyyy wonder what they did to him in the Hanoi Hilton for five years…

  3. 3
    FrankOK growls and barks:

    LC Light29ID – The Imperial Asshole says:

    Makes you reallyyyy wonder what they did to him in the Hanoi Hilton for five years…

    It’s not an issue of “what they did to him”, as you say, but an issue of who his handlers are, how much he’s being paid/promised for his treasonous deeds, and how to remove those in the shadows from the planet – permanently.

    Much like Obumblefuck, this senile old bastard isn’t smart enough to come up with his shit on his own – rather, he’s being fed an agenda to forward, as are the majority of the Congress. Even those politicians we’re saying are “good” aren’t, as they’re not telling what they know, either out of fear or intentionally in order to fuel the ongoing distraction designed to keep the electorate at each others’ throats. The “party” bullshit is part of the deception as both sides work against the citizen every day.

    Regardless, there is nothing in DC but bureaucrats, politicians, and whores – and the dividing line betwixt those is fine to non-existent.

    If this manner of shit had been attempted after WWII, there were many with the rather nasty skills needed to set the country back upon the straight and narrow. The politicians were smart enough to learn (from the French Revolution) that given just enough that its loss is feared, the common man will not revolt against the elite. It took a number of generations to get things back into the elites’ corner, as it is now, with the useful idiots doing their bidding.

    After having bred the balls off the US Citizen over time, the elites HOPE the Patriots do nothing to restore our country to its greatness, but fall in line with their ideal of Europe. Even if the will existed, nobody wants to be first in line.

    Fuck. Them. All. Very. Much.

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    bruce growls and barks:

    when our pows were first released I read that some of them complained about McCain’s big mouth and crappy flying skills.i never trusted this shit because he is not a good person and always votes against the best interests of America.

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    FrankOK growls and barks:

    bruce says:

    when our pows were first released I read that some of them complained about McCain’s big mouth and crappy flying skills.i never trusted this shit because he is not a good person and always votes against the best interests of America.

    McShitstain never could quite match his Daddy (a Navy Captain with some measure of class) in the Navy so he left and became a politician.

    I agree with our Dear Emperor – the simple fact the Cong didn’t kill the SOB while they had him but sent him back is grounds for a thorough nuking of Hanoi in retaliation.

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    kwc1218 growls and barks:

    Real piece of work, McCain. I can’t help but picture the cong looking at each other and telling themselves that they could exact a lot more harm to the imperialist Americans by sending him back rather than keeping him.

  7. 7
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Manchurian candidate, bitchez!!!!!

    – Zombie Vo Nguyen Giap

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    angrywebmaster @ #:

    Even if they were to pull enough people, there is no recall provision to get these scum out.

    Let’s just say that I respectfully disagree.
    -Gavrilo Princip

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    LC Light29ID – The Imperial Asshole says:

    Makes you reallyyyy wonder what they did to him in the Hanoi Hilton for five years…

    Nope, don’t wonder at all. Manchurian candidate? Stockholm syndrome? Imagine if he had won.
    Fa Cube Itches says:

    angrywebmaster @ #:

    Even if they were to pull enough people, there is no recall provision to get these scum out.

    Let’s just say that I respectfully disagree.
    -Gavrilo Princip

    Only takes one…