Small Town Veteran

Baby boomer, nerdy kid, Viet Nam veteran, engineer, daddy, grandpa

Politically Incorrect,  Proud Anti-Idiotarian


"For those who have fought for it, freedom has a taste the protected will never know. "

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2005.12.31

IT'S VETERANS' DAY!

The People Have Spoken!!
 

Democracy's a bitch, non Jean? I guess we're just a little smarter than you thought. The phony "war hero" act didn't work, did it Johnny? You thought we'd forget who you really were, but we didn't, and we didn't let anyone else forget.  It's still not over, Johnny. When all of those reporters that tried to hand you the election realize how stupid you made them look, they're going to come after you like a pack of rabid hyenas. Then when they're done with you, thousands of Viet Nam vets who would have just left you alone are going to grind what's left of you into little bitty pieces. It's Veterans' Day, Johnny, and the fun is just starting. You can run, Johnny, but you can't hide.

To my daughter: I love you and I'm sorry you're having a bad day. At least the same man won the popular vote and the Electoral College this time.

To everyone else who voted for Kerry: Nyah, Nyah, Nyah, Nyah, Nyah!  You stupid shits!

And, by the way, that means Bill Clinton isn't in line for Kofi Anan's job any more, either. Pity, that.

Into every life some rain must fall: Once again, the people of the Democratic People's Republic of Illinois have proven they are too stupid to be worthy of self-rule. I will be moving back to Texas just as soon as I can find a way.

Posted by Bill Faith on December 31, 2005 at 11:01 PM | Permalink

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Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Comments That's a riot. Gloating can be fun but now it's time for the long hard slog of exposing this traitor completely. Not just as payback but to let the American people know how close they came to electing the Manchurian Candidate. In four years we're going to probably deal with the Hillaryites...So we ought to start planning for that as soon as we're finishing with the Poodle. Tom

Posted by: RiverRat | November 3, 2004 02:09 PM

Your right. Gloating is fun although I'm so relieved Bush won I haven't gone into gloat mode yet. Watching Brokaw last night with his sad expression trying his best to still spin for Kerry made me so angry I vow- ed I'd do everything I could to expose and change the MSM before we go through this horrible experience again. The fact\ they were supporting a liar and traitor and are still talking about what a great race he ran makes me nauseous.They are the biggest hipocrital american haters in this country. Lets stop them. C. Benson

Posted by: C. Benson | November 3, 2004 06:16 PM

I am so releived that bush won, my family was celebrating. My dad said that if kerry was elected that this country would be screwed, y oh y dont the stupid democrats realize that? God, why dont they? P.S., Im only thirteen, so keep in mind, kids get involved in politics to!

Posted by: jt strang | November 3, 2004 08:28 PM

Maybe JF'nK will finally sign over the Form 180? Hey, why do you think he told his Dim supporters today to support victory in Iraq? My guess: 1. He knows Bush is gonna let the troops win there, and Iraq will be successfully liberated and pacified. 2. He knows this will make Bush look smart-- so he better agree w/it. 3. This will redound to JF'nK's credit...WHEN HE RUNS AGAIN FOR PREZ IN 2007!! "Well, an incumbent Prez always has such a huge edge... and my campaign made some dumb mistakes... and Bin Laden tipped it to Bush at the end...and I STILL GOT MORE VOTES THAN CLINTON OR GORE EVER DID..." ["Not to mention that 15 months of grueling national campaigning is more appetizing than 15 minutes alone in the palace with that botoxed bucket-mouthed millionHEIRESS shrew wife of mine"] Mark my words, folks--KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY FOR 2007!! Phil A.

Posted by: Phil | November 3, 2004 09:57 PM

WE won!!! Happy day. So sorry this is late send me place to send birthday card.

Posted by: Joann Landers | November 4, 2004 11:27 AM

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