Posted by Supreme General Rayegun @ 12:23
Gang, I’m not even sure where to start with this one. RCOB may be a good place….but even THAT doesn’t really come close to describing how entirely peeved I am.
Explosive. Nope, not close either.
Nuclear meltdown. Nope, but getting closer.
Let’s just say I have the ENTIRE base ready to bust outta the gates and deliver some good ol’ fashioned AMERICAN justice to some real PINHEADS over at (P)MSNBupChuck after reading about this over at The Blaze.
MSNBC is not known as a network that sympathizes with the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan, but this Memorial Day weekend, rather than put aside their political differences to salute our men and women in uniform, a panel on Chris Hayes’ show instead engaged in a debate over how to refer to our fallen soldiers.
Specifically, the panel debated over using words like “hero” because– in their words– the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan aren’t “worthy” causes.
These utterly clueless pinheads (borrowing a phrase most commonly used by Bill O’Reilly), well unpatriotic former citizens actually would be a better description, wouldn’t have any idea what constitutes: 1) a “hero”, 2) what is “worthy”, and 3) anything about America history. Apparently these arsewipes forget little things like……
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the Powers of the Earth, the separate and equal Station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent Respect to the Opinions of Mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the Separation.
That you oh so clueless talking pieholes is what we AMERICANS call the Preamble to the DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. Remember, that dusty old document that separated us from a tyrannical government and which very shortly later gave us THIS Preamble:
We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
You remember the Constitution right? That document that all those “heroes” defended and DIED for in order to PROTECT! That document you so ungraciously are choosing to THROW IN THE TRASH because it’s “too old” and “too rigid” or “outdated”. I take it you would prefer say a government like the NATIONAL SOCIALIST PARTY had during the 30s and 40s in Germany? Or, let me guess, you’d really like to have the great system under the COMMUNIST PARTY of the Stalin era? And I’m sure you’d just jump for joy to have a police state where organizations like the SS or Gestapo, or say the KGB would be the real controlling power. You’ like that wouldn’t you?
Someone please get me my emergency pallet of duct tape before my head EXPLODES!!!!
To second what David already posted earlier, certainly let’s all on this Memorial Day thank all those men and women who are currently defending our freedom and the Constitution but also pause to remember those who gave their life defending that Constitution and our freedoms. Not to mention those Founding Fathers who gave supremely because they had the conviction to stand up to a king and his tyrannical government and separate themselves from that destitution in order to form what we now live in.
If anyone else watched the Indianapolis 500 or the Coca-Cola 600 races yesterday, THOSE folks understand why and what our military sacrifice for. Just like David stated, I as well am proud to have served in our nation’s military. It was an honor and privilege I will never forget. Obviously it’s something no one over at the Pinhead Television Network has a clue about where to begin to comprehend something that the rest of us have readily praised and understood for a very long time now.
Honestly, the 21-gun salute, playing of Taps, or even the missing man aerial fly-by — while deserved — sometimes just isn’t enough to adequately portray the thankfulness and respect that each and every one of those who have gone before us defending our nation rightfully require.
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