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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Remember Pearl Harbor

I found myself wondering, looking at the headline to this post, whether it was worth typing at all.

I mean, we live in a nation of pussified limpdicks who can’t even seem to remember 9/11, so what’s the point asking them to remember something even further back? The fact of the matter is that today’s America couldn’t care less if it took place prior to the last commercial block on this week’s episode of “American Idol.”

But I’ll remember. I’ll remember and honor those who died on and after Pearl Harbor.

I’ll remember those who didn’t respond to Pearl Harbor with a cry of “why do they hate us?”

I’ll remember the generation that took a savage beating over and over again on battlefields all over the world, only to get back up, dust themselves off, grit their teeth and get back in the fight because “it ain’t over ’till it’s over, no matter what it takes.”

I’m grateful to you for keeping up the fight until the end. I’m grateful to you for NOT responding to the opening of the Battle of the Bulge with screams of “quagmire” and demands for exit strategies and redeployments over the horizon.

I’m grateful that your response to Iwo Jima WASN’T to establish a Japan Study Group with the task of figuring out the best way of surrendering to the Axis.

And I’m profoundly sorry that your children, the generation that you sacrificed so much for, turned out to be a bunch of sniveling, whiny, self-indulgent, cowardly pissants not worth projectile vomiting on if their crotches were on fire.

Thatisall.

75 Responses to “Remember Pearl Harbor”
  1. PFC Krondax Comment by PFC Krondax UNITED STATES

    And I’m profoundly sorry that your children, the generation that you sacrificed so much for, turned out to be a bunch of sniveling, whiny, self-indulgent, cowardly pissants not worth projectile vomiting on if their crotches were on fire.

    I am proud to say that I am not one of those self indulgent kids

  2. Lc Scott Comment by Lc Scott UNITED STATES

    I agree with Kron
    I’m not one of those BRATS.
    Most of us probably are not.

  3. Unregistered Trackback by James Hooker

    How many people even give a crap anymore? Don’t ask ANYBODY under 50!…

    12/07/1941**UPDATE** So far, the quote of the day comes from Emperor Misha I’ll remember the generation that took a savage beating over and over again on battlefields all over the world, only to get back up, dust themselves off, grit…

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  6. Unregistered Trackback by Macker's World UNITED STATES

    Remember Pearl Harbor…

    Sixty-five years ago today, at 0753 hours Hawaii Standard Time, the Attack on Pearl Harbor took place. Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was right: Japan awoke a sleeping giant in the USA and filled her with a terrible resolve, which culiminated in less tha…

  7. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    I too can say, “ditto Kron’s sentiments“…

    I’ve been up for an hour plus perusing the news on television and so far the only news outlets that I’ve seen so far make any mention of Pearl Harbor is St. Louis local Fox and the Fox News Channel…

    CNN of course is just pounding on the Iraq study group as is MSNBC…

    Must be just coincidence, eh?

  8. Unregistered Trackback by Something... and Half of Something UNITED STATES

    Hostilities Exist…

    U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, December 8, 1941: Yesterday, December 7, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy - the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire……

  9. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather UNITED STATES

    I could not say it better than you did, Sire. I 100% agree.

    Great post.

  10. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911 UNITED STATES

    I’ll remember the generation that took a savage beating over and over again on battlefields all over the world, only to get back up, dust themselves off, grit their teeth and get back in the fight because “it ain’t over ’till it’s over, no matter what it takes.”

    And that, Sire, is the mettle and fortitude that maintains my awe.

    Dad served in the Navy, piloted a landing craft supporting the invasion of Boughanville, got it sank and had to swim im on the third run.
    Troops hitting the beack had boots, rifles and helmets. My Dad hit the beach in skivvies and deck shoes.
    ‘Made his best friends there, and as a kid,I hung on every word of the stories of the squid among the Gy-renes.
    But now, older, I can understand the facial expressions I noticed sometimes as they spoke.
    Suppressions of horror, grief, rage, flickering.
    I know them now, unmistakeable facial punctuations of the reality.

    Cripes you can’t be near, hear them, and NOT feel it y’self.

    I salute them all for their “exit plan”

    May it never be changed.

  11. Unregistered Comment by Aethilgar

    There were several things I walked away from the Fox News article on Pearl Harbor today…

    1)“The survivors say they have more than horrific memories to offer. “Remember Pearl Harbor” is just the first half of the association’s motto; the rest is “Keep America alert.””
    2)The survivors have met here every five years for four decades, but they’re now in their 80s or 90s and are not counting on a 70th reunion. They have made every effort to report for one final roll call. This, they say, will be their final farewell.

    Thus… who will be left to “Keep America alert”? Who will “Remember Pearl Harbor”? I know our good Emperor will… as will those of His Empire, great and small… just as I pledge to do my part. Failing to remember the lessons of the past ensures that we will repeat our mistakes.

    Pearl Harbor will be remembered.

    America MUST stay alert!

  12. JeepThang Comment by JeepThang UNITED STATES

    Nicely said, Emp. Im gonna link this.

  13. Mope, Imperial Knucklehead Comment by Mope, Imperial Knucklehead UNITED STATES

    On this day, I look to Gen. Patton’s speech of June 5, 1944:

    “We want to get the hell over there”, Patton continued, “The quicker we clean up this Goddamned mess, the quicker we can take a little jaunt against the purple pissing Japs and clean out their nest, too. Before the Goddamned Marines get all of the credit.”

    Nothing here about “Cut and Run”…

    “Each man must not think only of himself, but also of his buddy fighting beside him. We don’t want yellow cowards in this Army. They should be killed off like rats. If not, they will go home after this war and breed more cowards. The brave men will breed more brave men. Kill off the Goddamned cowards and we will have a nation of brave men.”

    Of course, that was before the PC crowd could even wet their pants or begin a ’study group’.

    How were the Japanese defeated? Indeed it was through a negotiated treaty. A treaty signed after they learned how terrible war could be. Even their suicide bombers could not stop us.

    It’s obvious to me: first we need to end the politically correct bullshit, then we can go get these bastards. It’s pretty hard to fight when you have your fellow countrymen aiding the enemy.

  14. JeepThang Comment by JeepThang UNITED STATES

    Political Correctness will defeat America. Wait and see.

  15. SoCalOilMan Comment by SoCalOilMan UNITED STATES

    I will remember.

    My Dad was in the Army Air Corp. in the Pacific, and though he says he was pretty far behind the front lines, he still will not talk about what he saw there these 60 odd years later, except for stuff that happened after the surrender and they were trying to get home ASAP.

    I will remember, and my son knows what happened then and how it relates to today.

    To those who served in that great crusade, I can only offer my profound thanks for your sacrifice to save this country.

    I will remember.

  16. Unregistered Comment by Aethilgar

    Equally disheartening is the fact that a two-hour aerial raid that destroyed or heavily damaged 21 ships and 320 aircraft, that killed 2,390 people and wounded 1,178 others in 1941 led to near unrestricted warfare against all those responsible.

    9/11 was similar in nature; confirmed dead: 2948, reported dead: 24, and reported missing: 24 totalling 2996 but that led to fighting with one hand tied behind our back…

    And in Iraq, 2920 US dead confirmed or pending confirmation by the DoD. Again, similar to the numbers killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor but where is the corresponding American resolve to do all that is necessary to win this war that our forefathers had?

    Have we, as a Nation, sunken so low that we simply can not bring the full might of our great country to bear?

  17. Unregistered Comment by annoyinglittletwerp UNITED STATES

    My almost 13 year old son intends to “educate” his fellow classmates on what today is.
    There IS hope for the next generation! :clap_tb:

  18. Unregistered Comment by Aethilgar

    For those interested:

    Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Infamy Speech text

    Speech in MP3

  19. Unregistered Comment by nerbygirl UNITED STATES

    I said a prayer for my father-in-law this morning. A WWII veteran who passed away 2 years ago. He would be sickened by the weakness of our country. He would be disheartened by our lack of resolve.
    Are we supposed to take the advice of a “study group” composed of impotent, incontinent old men? Not to mention a senile judge who looks like she doesn’t know what day it is, let alone what country we’re fighting.

    I’m corresponding with two guys in Iraq right now. One, a Marine Sergeant, the other an Army Staff Sergeant. Both of them say that their men are losing their morale. Both of them say that the media is affecting their men.
    Both of these guys are smart and tough, and they feel as if America is abandoning them.
    What the hell is wrong with this country? Have we sent all of our REAL men to Iraq?
    People need to wake up and realize that this war is REAL, and we must WIN.
    Thanks for the reminder, Misha…

  20. TPCrasher78 Comment by TPCrasher78

    Pearl Harbor Survivors meet one last time…..

    and this is the LAST TIME. The group shrank and is down a hundred or less. The Greatest Generation is almost gone, and the tales of their sacrifices will only remain in books and movies. Til the revisionists pervert their legacy. I have both my grandfathers still alive. One served in WWII, in France under General Patton. The other got a physical done, which invalidated him from combat (hearing lost in one ear when he was a kid) and worked an arsenal in WWII. Both contributed to our country being a power and a nation that got it’s stuff together to fight evil incarnate in marching jackboots and with samurai swords….. Now their grandkids and great grandkids can’t tell you where WWII began or what year, or how many of our own countrymen lost their lives in that war. I hope my grandfathers aren’t around when the US spirals into a Turd World UN Province. That would kill them. The shame of a generation fighting and dying against Nazis and Communists, just so the next bunch of ingrates and the third generation of useless media freaks can squander and give our birthright to the koranimals, the liberals, the Commies, and every other scum that they would have fought against.

    Remember Pearl Harbor? I do and so does my family. Most of the US does not. They won’t acknowledge 9/11. Personally, I think this country is gone and minus a few, the people are to blame for doing this to themselves……

    So thanks for nothing to:

    the commie rat bastard professors who corrupted our young and destroyed our history.

    the Demoncraps and RINOS who sold us down the river for kickbacks and a place in the Quisling corner.

    the lazy ingrates of the Boomers, X, and Y generations who demand the US slide into oblivion and hold that WWII WAS NOT A NOBLE WAR and that no one should ever defend themselves.

    and finally thanks for nothing to the apathetic piles of crap who DID NOT vote and set the stage for America’s demise, and those who vote against conservatives since they prefer to be ‘open minded’ You who didn’t give a crap during our time of need, don’t expect us to give a crap when you scream at your own folly.

    America is done for. Thanks for nothing, you liberals.

    I am depressed at what the Free World has become…..

    I wonder if the Greatest Generation is weeping at what their kids and grandkids have done to what they fought, died, and bled for…..

  21. Unregistered Comment by Aethilgar

    To quote Pastor Martin Niemöller:

    First they came for the Jews
    and I did not speak out, because I was not a Jew.
    Then they came for the Communists
    and I did not speak out, because I was not a Communist.
    Then they came for the trade unionists
    and I did not speak out, because I was not a trade unionist.
    Then they came for me
    and by then there was no one left to speak out for me.

    I fear that the Liberals of the free world will wait until it’s their tragedy before they support the rest of us in standing up for what’s right… and by then it may very well be too late.

  22. Unregistered Comment by irish19 UNITED STATES

    My father served as a truck driver in the Signal Corps. He never really talks about things except to say that he never saw combat although he came close in Dec.-Jan. of 1944. He was on his way to board a ship for the Pacific when the war ended. An uncle (by marriage, now gone) flew B-17’s in the ETO and was a German POW. I understand that there was a family gathering I missed when my cousins got him talking about his experiences. One of my brothers told me that the stories made his blood run cold. Another uncle, by blood, served in the infantry in Italy, and never ever talked about it. Others served in other areas. When I worked in the markets on Randolph St. after school in high school and some summers in college, one of our customers and his wife had the tattoos from the camps. I never asked about them, but I knew what they were.
    When I was old enough, Vietnam was winding down and morale was at a nadir. A cousin was in the service at the time and told my parents not to let me join. I’ve regretted it from time to time since then. However, I have never missed voting, except for a couple of off-year primaries, since I became old enough. When I hear people of my generation talk about the “quagmire” of Iraq and the “horrible” casualty rate and the “atrocities” of Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo (sp?) I wonder if they learned anything in history classes. Footage taken by troops liberating the Real Nazi death camps is still there.
    How can anyone compare what amounts to fraternity hazing to what went on there? As Aethilgar pointed out, we have lost roughly the same number of people we lost at Pearl Harbor over the course of the last five years. I don’t understand it, and I fear for our future. Today, I will ask my son (third grade) if they said anything about Pearl Harbor in school today. I’m guessing no.
    Old Time Radio (WDCB, College of DuPage) had shows from Dec. 7 and 8 last Saturday. They ran Roosevelt’s Day of Infamy speech as well as his first Fireside Chat after the declaration of war. I suggest that anyone who is complaining about the restrictions of the Patriot Act listen to the latter. FDR’s admonitions to the media should prove especially instructive.

  23. Unregistered Comment by nerbygirl UNITED STATES

    TPCrasher78:

    I feel exactly the same as you do, crasher. But nobody gave a crap in this last election, and I fear that 2008 will be even worse. Americans have stuck their heads up their own asses, and their knowledge of the world is now shit. But hey, some people thought I was getting hysterical over the midterms. And now the Dimmocrats are being run by their own America-hating liberals.
    God help us all.
    And God bless the heroes of World War II.

  24. LC Moriarty Comment by LC Moriarty UNITED STATES

    Another voice:

    December 7 goes down in history as the Day of Awakening. Upon this date in 1941 the United States of America opened its eyes and got its act together. We set forth on a quest that could have changed world history permanently for the better. The fact that we did not know what to do at the end of the fight, when we held the world in our hands, does not render our quest meaningless. A Pax Americana was within our grasp, but that grasp proved to be limp.

    But 7 December, nonetheless, was the date to remember.

    — The late Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper, USMC (ret.)

  25. CiSSnarl5.7 Comment by CiSSnarl5.7 KUWAIT

    As a Gen X’r…I am ashamed of my peers, it is our generation that should at this time be taking the charge ..leading our country…carrying on the torch…But We’ve failed in that..miserably.

    Fair winds and following seas to the greatest generation..not only of the United States…possibly the greatest generation the world has ever known…

  26. Unregistered Comment by eric90230

    I am lucky enough to be able to listen to talk radio at work all day. After a while I noticed, especially in October, that the new reports on the hour and on the half-hour would say, “Three US troops were killed in Iraq today. Also, there was a labor strike in Chicago because …” Over and over and over, they tell you how many US troops were killed in Iraq recently. No mention of who killed them. No mention of how many enemy were killed recently. No mention of what the US troops do there everyday. It’s very strange.

    I really like talk radio (Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Bill O’Reilly). I don’t like everything that any of the hosts say, but I really like the shows. Despite the fact that the MSM puts in their stupid little news blurbs on the hour and on the half-hour.

    Anyway, yes, we must remember Pearl Harbor, and yes, lots of Americans have already forgotten September 11.

  27. shamalama Comment by shamalama

    Ninety minutes after it began, the attack was over. 2,403 Americans died (68 were civilians, many killed by American anti-aircraft shrapnel and shells landing in civilian areas, including Honolulu), a further 1,178 wounded. Eighteen ships were sunk, including five battleships.

    Remember that The League of Nations, the U.S., the UK, Australia, and the Netherlands condemned the Japanese attacks on China and applied diplomatic pressure.

    Yep, that ‘ole The League of Nations was a bastion of international security way back in ‘39.

    I TELL YOU THUSLY that there is simply something about becoming a Professional Politician that causes your nuts to dry up. I do believe it has something to do with intaking so much Dicktator Spooge across the tongue.

    You’ve just GOT to figure that Emperor Hirohito is screaming (somewhere in the 7th Level of Hell) “Why, oh why, didn’t I just wait another 60 years when I could have had the entire Pacific for free?” Hitler is probably kicking his flaming ass all over Hell right about now.

    * Yamamoto’s mission: neutralization of the American Pacific Fleet.
    * Pelosi’s mission: neuterization of the American.

    Today’s Laughing Times In Hell:
    - Dead Japanese admiral: “Perhaps we have just awakened a sleeping tiger.”
    - Dead Jihadi: “…?”
    - Another Dead Jihadi: “Bwa ha ha ha ha ha!”

    There is absolutely no way America could win World War II today. This fact has nothing to do with our fighting forces, because they’re smarter, stronger, and faster than ever before. It has to do with fat-assed Americans more concerned about seeing Britney’s old-and-busted clam than taking 3 minutes to figure out what’s going on around them - and the Professional Politicians are loving it because now they don’t have to do anything meaningful - outside of depositing their ill-earned paychecks.

    Damn, my one bottle of The Glenlivet isn’t going to take me through the night.

  28. LC Mike in Chi Comment by LC Mike in Chi UNITED STATES

    And I’m profoundly sorry that your children, the generation that you sacrificed so much for, turned out to be a bunch of sniveling, whiny, self-indulgent, cowardly pissants not worth projectile vomiting on if their crotches were on fire.

    Strong words from a new citizen; words full of umbridge, disgust and zeal. I can’t help but feel you are disheartened and it saddens me to hear you say this.
    I have a mentor, 77 years old, retired from the Pubic Skoolz where he taught for 31 years. He didn’t like me when we first met and does not go out of his way to see how I am doing. He was a sailor in the same navy as I and patiently showed me how to verify political shananigans and vote right of center.
    This fellow is first generation American, formally of Portugese Brazilian roots. He speaks four languages fairly well and was raised Lutheran. He converted to Catholicism when he married and has always been active in the parish here. I would not have cared much for the political process if not for this fellow convincing me that my voice is important if not very affectual. One of the many, many for the one, eh?
    He didn’t serve in WWII or Korea. He did raise two sons that will soon retire from military service soon, however. One is an officer (Lt Comander), one an NCO. He is still full of zeal for his choice of Christian worship and political affiliation. He has told me he will not give up.
    And neither will I.
    I still have hope.

  29. HoundOfDoom Comment by HoundOfDoom

    I remember, being only a tender youth of 48. My lovely and delightful bride does too. Our first trip to Hawaii, we visited the Memorial at Pearl. I was shocked to hear co-workers ask, “Why?”. My answer: “Respect.”. No response. As if there could be any from these jerkweeds.

    My dad and father-in-law were both Korean vets. Neither ever speaks about it. That’s OK. But I was raised in Ohio and Pennsylvania to get through the woods without making quite as much noise as a brass band, and to hit what I aim at. My daughter has some martial arts training, and we’re walking the dog through the hills a bit longer each week. She’s getting a decent backpack for her next birthday. :wink_ee:.

    America is going Vichy, but not us!

  30. jaybear Comment by jaybear UNITED STATES

    I won’t forget.

    I had an Uncle who took a piece of shrapnel in the head in Italy, my Dad crewed on Liberty ships in the Pacific and Atlantic, a neighbor was a Hellcat pilot.

    Unfortunately, I’m a baby boomer….I’m part of that generation that completely ruined this country in the ’60s. The philosophy, ideaology, prominent people, and legal decisions that came out of that time are responsible for the demise that we are witnessing today, I’m convinced of that.

    It’s a reassuring thing that we still have Americans willing to die for this country…regardless of the slam job done on them by the media and left wing ’60s holdovers. It’s a sad thing the we ask those same heroes to go over and fight the most cruel,evil enemy in history and we hamstring them…ordering them to respect the culture and religion of the islamobeasts….you know, kill them but don’t offend them. It infuriates me that we let them languish in those desert crapholes, with no clear strategy…no leadership from the commander in chief…no support from the people or media.
    nerbygirl sez:

    I’m corresponding with two guys in Iraq right now. One, a Marine Sergeant, the other an Army Staff Sergeant. Both of them say that their men are losing their morale. Both of them say that the media is affecting their men.

    I’ll bet this affects their morale, I’ve talked to recently returned vets that I know and they are nothing but pissed at the way their efforts are portrayed by the propaganda outlets…it’s disgusting. ..

    So now we’ll fight the war dhimmicrat style for the next two years…Bush is already bending over and admitting defeat, he’s whipped…it shows in his speech and body language. I’m sure the dhimmis will emphasize that we wasted resources and time that could have been better spent looking for bin laden, the architect of the 9/11 attacks. They believe that if only we could catch him, then times would be good again…….how woodstockian of them.

    Here’s a little comparison for you, I seem to remember a group of American P38’s intercepting the plane carrying the architect of the Pearl Harbor attack. They shot Admiral Yamamoto down, and if you use the logic of the dhimmicrats, that should have been sufficient for us to call all of our troops home and live fat and happy right? The war’s over right?, after all we killed the guy responsible for Pearl Harbor right?….well, the war went on for over two more years, GLOBALLY, until we brought it to an end by fighting it unconditionally and without mercy. I believe that, by now, we could have had Iraq pacified and Afghanistan stabilized if we hadn’t fought this war hindered by constraints established by the traitorous PC mandates of the dhimmis and their media whores.

    Our soldiers deserve better than the leadership they currently have. God what I would give for just one US Grant or Patton or Bradley or Pershing…..hell, I’d even settle for a Truman.

  31. Unregistered Comment by Aethilgar

    shamalama, just received two bottles of Edradour… as one gentleman to another, you are more than welcome to join me.

  32. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu UNITED STATES

    Observing the day by watching Pearl Harbor documentaries on the History Channel. Sort of an edumacation for the boys. I think they have an assembly at the high school as well, so the older son should be getting reminded too.

  33. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    I also remember. My flag is at half mast, as is the flag outside of our station. It’s truly sad how many people always ask “Who died?” when they see it.

    My Uncle Robert, the eldest of 18, was at Pearl Harbor 65 years ago. He was an anti-aircraft artilleryman in the Army. He never made it to his gun. He and his buddies grabbed their gear and went to the hills as per plan and regrouped. When they came back down they manned the beach defenses waiting for the inevitable landings, which never came.

    The second eldest brother, my uncle Ed, joined the Corps a few months later after graduation (as did his entire class, either Army or Navy. He was the only Marine), just in time to make it to Guadalcanal. His first letter he received after the Navy finally came back was his draft notice. He later hit Peleliu, transferred to the 3rd MARDIV in time for Iwo Jima. He was at The Chosin Reservoir in Korea and stayed in the Corps until ‘68.

    The third eldest, Uncle Paul, was drafted into the Army Air Corps in ‘43 and was a bombardier on a B-17G in the ETO. He flew 32 missions, including three against Berlin and the Dresden Raid.

    All three talk or talked openly about their experiences, Robert and Paul are still alive, Ed passed away in ‘92. Ed told me stories about the Pacific Theater that still curl my toes. Paul regularly goes to High Schools and tells students about his. Robert doesn’t have that many stories to tell, but he talks none the less.

    Where did men such as these go? They are all around us today folks. We still turn out men like the greatest generation, our nation is still great. It’s just that the surrender monkeys, pacifists, and America haters get all the press.

    As we remember Pearl Harbor, also remember all of the great Americans living in fly over country who ARE NOT the neutered wimps who have the bullhorns. We WILL prevail. We HAVE to, and the great silent majority realize that. They just need to be reminded and encouraged not to let the appeasers in our midst run the show.

    Let not your heart be troubled. Remember the sacrifice of earlier generations and let their example rededicate ourselves to the current Long War.

    God Bless them all, and God Bless all of you.

  34. Unregistered Comment by Cheryl

    I listened to an interview with one of the survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack. He was a child at the time who was living there with his family. He remembered the Japanese pilots flying low and strafing the civilians with machine guns. He saw the face of one of the pilots who was laughing as he fired on them. His father was killed in the attack.

    I never hear the phrase, “Pearl Harbor happened.” But I often hear “9/11 happened,” as though it were a tornado or hurricane. I get furious when I hear that. I will restate it hear, and I don’t care how tedious it is to read it. On Sept. 11, 2001 muslim filth attacked the United States. The attack was meant to kill as many civilians as possible. These lice need to be put down once and for all in such a profound and horrible manner that they and their miserable descendants will remember it for the next millenium. That’s the only way to “negotiate” with them. It’s the only way to stop them.

  35. SoCalOilMan Comment by SoCalOilMan UNITED STATES

    As a matter of protocol, I’m curious. I was taught on a memorial day the flag, after going to full mast, then was lowered to half in rememberance. At noon(?) it was again raised to full to signify that we still stood proud and strong.

    Perhaps this is folk lore that I have picked up in passing. I like it, as it is a benediction towards those who gave up so much for us and is a ritual that I subscribe to.

  36. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    SoCalOilMan

    Yes that’s the protocol for Memorial Day, but Memorial Day only. The other holidays were the flag is flown half mast (Pearl Harbor Day, 9/11, and Korean Armistice Day, are all half mast all day. IIRC.

  37. Mike M Comment by Mike M UNITED STATES

    I was fumbling around trying to find some Pearl Harbor related photos when I stumbled across this USS Nimitz photo essay. Keeping in mind it’s just one - albeit very large - component of our military’s defense capabilities, you just have to wonder where we could be if only we had the resolve to finish the job at hand.

    The second photo in the series shows Nimitz approaching Pearl Harbor. The complex on the right (to starboard, I guess) is the US Naval Hospital. In January, 1966, when I was actually young - still technically a teenager, even - I and about 1500 of my closest pals in 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines were departing Pearl aboard the USS Bexar. As we passed the hospital facility, we noticed that a large contingent of the staff had lined up at the water’s edge and were waving to us. Apparently it’s a tradition that dates back to WWII and probably still carried out to this day. It made me proud to be part of the US military then and I just know that the men and women who comprise today’s armed forces maintain that same spirit, sense of cohesiveness and willingness to get the job done.

    Sadly, the lip service support they get now from far too many seemingly only applies when they shoot their officers or redeploy to Okinawa…..

  38. SoCalOilMan Comment by SoCalOilMan UNITED STATES

    Thanks LC 0311 crunchie

  39. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur UNITED STATES

    I remember. Grandpa Ray served in the Pacific, and had freinds at Bataan. He died two months after 9/11. I only wish he could have done so before it happened.

    I’ve read everyone’s comments. I agree that our ‘leaders’ lack resolve and backbone. I can’t seem to shake the idea that I’ll get no respite from the memory of my children’s screams, which seem to be part of an inevitable chorus that our leaders are taking us to. And the thought of these same leaders slowing turning on a spit in the deepest bowels of Hell for their criminal inattention to matters just won’t make it any better.

  40. SkyeChild Comment by SkyeChild UNITED STATES

    My uncle was aboard the USS Maryland the day that Pearl got hit; his younger sister and brother served in that war, as well. I am prouder of them than words can convey.

    They are truly the “greatest generation” that ever lived.

  41. Unregistered Trackback by Lord Nazh's Daily Ramble UNITED STATES

    Pearl Harbor - December 7, 1941…

    With apologies to MK and a h/t to Townhall, I’m stealing this tribute:…

  42. Lord Nazh Comment by Lord Nazh UNITED STATES

    My grandfather was wounded on D-day, the direct result (years later) of what happened on Dec. 7th 1941. We owe alot (as does the world) to those brave souls that decided that freedom was indeed worth fighting and dieing for.

  43. TPCrasher78 Comment by TPCrasher78

    Negotiating with murderers…. they tried this in 1939 through 1941……

    Now the morons are trying it again…..

    Iran’s ambassador spews Holocaust bashing WWII blame trading filth, at Columbia in NYC…..

    None of the Propagandists dare cover this event.

  44. Unregistered Comment by Steve UNITED STATES

    My father in law, who will be 80 next March, served in the Seabees during WWII in the Pacific. He won’t talk much about his time in the military, but he gets a big “thank you for your service” from me every time I see him. Same goes for my fellow Knight, also in his 80s, who was in the Marines during that time.

    Our priest on Memorial Day had all the veterans stand after Mass and tell us what branch of the service they were in, how long and what war if any they served in. The applause after they finished was just short of deafening. It raised my hopes for this country.

  45. MoMinuteMan Comment by MoMinuteMan UNITED STATES

    Every five years, the surviving Veterans of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 gather there for a reunion. But this year, the 65th anniversary, will be the last for most of them. These members of The Greatest Generation are in their 90’s now and know that some of them won’t be around in five years or won’t be physically up to the long trip to attend.

    A significant part of American history will soon be gone, to be found only in the history books. While all Vets deserve our respect and thanks, the men and women who were in World War II deserve an extra share, for it is their service and sacrifice that put The United States of America in a position to become the most powerful nation on the planet. If you know one of these people, thank them and if they are willing to tell you, listen to their stories and remember them, because as we all know, history books can and have been rewritten.

    When I look at the state of the Union today, I shake my head and wonder what these people think of what has become of the country they gave so much to protect. We should do more to be like these men and get some steel in our spines, because the war we are fighting now is more like WWII than most of us would like to admit.

    The enemy we face now wants the same thing the enemy they defeated 60 years ago, world dominion. Maybe their motivation is different, but the end goal is the same. But if we lose this war, our lot in life will be far worse than it would have been had these men lost WWII. We must take a lesson from The Greatest Generation and do whatever it takes to win. They fought brutal, bloody battles on the land and at sea because that is what it took to win. They destroyed entire cities and their populations, military and civilian, from the air because that is what it took to win. They could not afford to lose, and neither can we.

    Remember Pearl Harbor. Remember 9/11.

  46. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    I found myself wondering, looking at the headline to this post, whether it was worth typing at all.

    It was, Misha…it was.
    Today the wife and I spoke of it driving home….and yes, a sober sort of feeling. I sometimes feel a great sadness, knowing what so many are throwing away in such a cavalier fashion. I will not be part and parcel to it. I will die the way I am. And our enemies deserve what awaits them, I hold no sympathy, even less compassion.
    But as long as such as we breathe……..

  47. MasterGuns Comment by MasterGuns UNITED STATES

    My father served in the Corps from 1944-52 as an aerial gunner in SB2Cs and later as a radar operator in F3Ds. Both of mom’s brothers served in the Navy…one in submarines, other on a fleet oiler. I’ll never forget.

    Semper Fi

  48. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    Sire, reading all these posts about our family and our own military service, our families especially, gave me an idea. Why not a post inviting all the LC’s to share their own and their families military experience.

    Besides being I’m sure fascinating reading, it would be a good way to honor their service. We could share some of their stories, impart the verbal history they gave us to all the other LC’s, especially the younger ones. I think it would be a great way to honor them.

    In addition, as an added benefit, it would be one huge cluebat against the next troll who wants to accuse us of not serving ourselves.

  49. Unregistered Comment by nerbygirl UNITED STATES

    LC 0311:
    That’s a great idea. I love hearing the stories of our veterans! I have veterans living all around me, like Stan P., who was there on the beaches of Normandy, who likes to show me his garden(and sometimes try to pinch my ass). In my neighborhood there are American flags and Marine flags on every block. I also live in the town where the last living flag raiser at Iwo Jima lives. I am meeting him this week to shake his hand. I hope I can keep myself from crying….

    Great idea, LC!! Remembering these great men and women will make all of us stronger. At least the bunch who comment at this website. Maybe the people who comment here will pass the stories on…

  50. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    Hey Nerbygirl, if he was at Normandy,let him pinch yer ass. He earned it :smile_wp:

  51. Unregistered Comment by TC UNITED STATES

    Had a uncle serve two theaters, Europe and the Pacific. Sniper duty and survived no less.

    Father rode the Liberty ships in the Pacific, said he hated those rolling barges!

    A link for those still tuned in.

  52. Unregistered Comment by TC UNITED STATES

  53. Unregistered Comment by TC UNITED STATES

    http://www.sflistteamhouse.com/Misc/Pearl%20Harbor/original.htm

    Maybe this will work.

  54. Unregistered Comment by nerbygirl UNITED STATES

    LC0311 Crunchie

    You bet I let him pinch my ass. He’s kinda cute, too.
    He told me some great stories. He’s proud to say that his son was a Marine(retired), as well as his grandson, who just got back from 2 tours in Iraq.
    I feel lucky just to be in his presence.

  55. Unregistered Comment by RAHRules UNITED STATES

    The pussified limpdick that wrote this article needs to remember that America responded to pearl Harbor by fighting and defeating the country responsible for it, while Shrub, and his jerk-off buddies Cheney and Rumsfeld, merely used 9/11 as an excuse to attack the entire Arab world, regardless of their involvment, and use Halliburton and KBR to rip them and US off. Yes, Pearl Harbor is easy to remember, but 9/11 is painful to even think of, thanks to your fucking heroes.

  56. CiSSnarl5.7 Comment by CiSSnarl5.7

    Shrub, and his jerk-off buddies Cheney and Rumsfeld, merely used 9/11 as an excuse to attack the entire Arab world

    History, Geo-politcs and Geography arent among your majors I hope….seeing as the “Entire Arab World” is defined as the regions SOUTH of Iraq which BTW is part of Persia…and Afghansitan ..well thats further north still… so what part of the ENTIRE ARAB world did we attack again?? Hmmmm?

    Only thing painful here is having to repeat simple well know lessons to children that utterly refuse to grasp simple concepts….now be a good troll and take your Ritilan…maybe it will help you concentrate…mmmmkay?

  57. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone UNITED STATES

    Troll forgetting how to use the litter box on Aisle Five!

  58. Unregistered Comment by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant UNITED STATES

    The pussified limpdick that wrote this article

    My, but you’re a brave little Billy-bob bad-ass when you’re hiding behind that keyboard, aren’t you?

    Why do I get the impression that you’d piss your pants if you had to say that to someone’s face?  Eh, chickenshit?

  59. Mope, Imperial Knucklehead Comment by Mope, Imperial Knucklehead UNITED STATES

    Yes, Pearl Harbor is easy to remember, but 9/11 is painful to even think of…

    Indeed. Watching your fellow countrymen choose between burning alive or jumping out a window 100 stories up makes those two peas in your cranium create just enough friction to cause your gums to flap the current liberal line.

    Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen!” ~Samuel Adams

  60. Unregistered Comment by RAHRules UNITED STATES

    My, but you’re a brave little Billy-bob bad-ass when you’re hiding behind that keyboard, aren’t you?

    Why do I get the impression that you’d piss your pants if you had to say that to someone’s face? Eh, chickenshit?

    Probably because that would be your reaction and you can’t imagine anybody else doing anything different.

    I wasted my youth as an Airborne Infantryman in Viet Nam and came home to the accolades?!? of brave citizens such as you. What did you do with yours, Earl of Pancake Turners? Use a spatula to scrape the chickenshit out of the henhouse?

    I would have no problem saying anything to your face, and, if I felt the urge, I would simply piss on you, my Lord.

    History, Geo-politcs and Geography arent among your majors I hope….seeing as the “Entire Arab World” is defined as the regions SOUTH of Iraq which BTW is part of Persia…and Afghansitan ..well thats further north still… so what part of the ENTIRE ARAB world did we attack again?? Hmmmm?

    Only thing painful here is having to repeat simple well know lessons to children that utterly refuse to grasp simple concepts….now be a good troll and take your Ritilan…maybe it will help you concentrate…mmmmkay?

    Excuse me. I forgot that even though you idiots are allowed to use exaggerations, hyperbole, unsupported (and later proven false) facts, and even outright lies to support your position, anyone with a differing oinion must use only completely substantiated and politically approved mantra in that opposition.

    The point is, BushCo started in the right direction, attacking the Taliban in Afghanistan, because they supported Al Quaeda, and were harboring bin Laden. Then, they refused to press the attack there, and instead opted to divert the “War on Terror” to take out Dubya’s daddy’s nemesis, because that’s where the real profit lies. Halliburton couldn’t make a dime in Afghanistan. It doesn’t matter to any of you neo-tards that every single reason that Bush gave for going to Iraq has been proven false, you continue to fellate him. Probably beecause of the Ritalin.

    Personally, my drug of choice (long ago, when I did do drugs) is marijuana. Yes, I did inhale. Ritalin is a drug for Republican parents who are afraid that their children may be able to see some kind of reality in the world that they are incapable of explaining. I would never touch the stuff.

    Troll forgetting how to use the litter box on Aisle Five!

    No, I didn’t forget you. It’s just that my cat saw your response first and covered it up in his litterbox, and I didn’t notice it until I was cleanining all the shit out.

  61. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone UNITED STATES

    Halliburton couldn’t make a dime in Afghanistan.

    And is losing money in Iraq. Your point is?

    Now, let’s look at this little pet pig squeal of the Left; “Haliburton only got contracts because Cheney used to work there!”

    Oddly enough, that is true. However, the reason it is true is never mentioned. In the aftermath of our Gulf War One, it was discovered by the General Accounting Office that many emploees of the companies involved in the logistics movements in the Gulf had openly discussed them in public conversation. Despite the fact that this information was rated as anything from “Confidential” to “Top Secret”.

    As a result of this, Congress, at the urging of the Pentagon, passed legislation stating that any company wishing to do business with the Pentagon in a combat zone MUST have all members of the bid team who had access to such information cleared to at least a level corresponding to the classification of the material they were handling.

    Only Haliburton (actually, a subsidiary), was willing to take the time and trouble to do so.

    t doesn’t matter to any of you neo-tards that every single reason that Bush gave for going to Iraq has been proven false,

    Gee, I dunno, chemical weapons discovered in Iraq, mostly artillery shells, aren’t WMD? Please, go purchase the precursors for mustard gas and announce to the FBI you are going to make a few kilos of it, and see what the response is.

    Making payments to the families of suicide bombers, Sodomized Insane was quite proud of that one. That’s not funding terrorism, I suppose.

    Harboring the mastermind of the Achille Lauro hijacking must not have been encouraging terrorism either, huh.

    Opening negotiations with Al Qaeda to support them in their attacks against American and European targets guess a pass too, I suppose.

    Attemting the assassination of a former President of the United States isn’t a problem for you, either, apparently.

    I would say that you spent just a little too much time inhaling that Maryjane.

  62. CiSSnarl5.7 Comment by CiSSnarl5.7

    Excuse me. I forgot that even though you idiots are allowed to use exaggerations, hyperbole, unsupported (and later proven false) facts, and even outright lies to support your position, anyone with a differing oinion must use only completely substantiated and politically approved mantra in that opposition.

    Which exaggerations, hyperbole, unsupportted facts, and lies did I use? I merly pointed out the facts as they exist…

    Refused to press the attack in Afghanistan? How so??..last I checked there’s still troops on the ground there, engaging the Taliban at whatever chance they deem fit to pop thier little heads out of whatever cave they are hiding in…and a democractly elected government in place…Mmmmmm…would you of perferred maybe we nuked the entire place to get one man?

    You really believe that Bush went into Iraq to avenge his Daddy…Com on dude thats so far out of the twilight zone its comical….before you engage on this blog…try to get your talking points from someplace other the democratic underwear..I er mean underground.

    Additionally Halliburton and I’m getting REALLY tired of saying this…was and still is the ONLY contractor in the US that at the time of the War had the ability in personnel, and the know how, to provide the services the Military needed…additionally They had already been here in 91…tell me do you hire the kid with no experince to run a billion dollars of equipment or do you bring in a qualified engineer…??? Name me ONE U.S. based company that can do the job Halliburton /KBR did in Iraq…and I’ll conceed the point..but the fact is you can’t because such a company does not exsist..

    This is well documented fact it’s been proven time and time again and yet it still occurs everytime a left leaning poster hits this blog…..also what people like you seem so willing to over look is the fact there are HUNDREDS of contracts in Iraq…everything from arranging for food for the troops to rebuilding infrasturcture to getting the oil fields back on thier feet…none of which have fuck all to do with Bush or Cheny or the tooth fairy…Many of these contracts are actually run by Kuwaiti, Saudi and other Arab nations companies..as well as some Canuks, Some Brit, etc….and they have nothing to do with lining anyones pockets…

    If this was such a transgression of policy and back room dealings…pray tell me why there is no charges in place against anyone for this???

    That alone should serve to tell you..theres no charges because none exsist..or do you expect me to belive the Democrats are just being nice…do you really not think if something improper took place with the Halliburtan awards the Dems wouldnt of hung both Bush and Cheney form the yardarms??!??!

  63. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone UNITED STATES

    Excuse me. I forgot that even though you idiots are allowed to use exaggerations, hyperbole,

    One last thing, I have been at this BBS thing for over twenty years now. This, The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler, is Misha’s. Being here is like coming to his home. We go to Misha’s house and hang out, we’re here by invitation, effectively.

    Being here by invitation, we call Gorge Arbusto a fucking idiot who fellates Vicente Fox, (or whichever idiot is running that turd world sewer this week), speculate on the sexual proclivities of Helen Thomas and Hillary Klinton, and wonder why the fucking idiots of Taxachusetts keep electing an alcoholic muderer to the Senate.

    But that is because we have all been here. We know the score. When Misha is being a fucking idiot, we tell him so. It gets a little intense sometimes.

    But.

    We do not go into someone’s home, spit on the floor, put out our cigarettes on the coffee table, and piss in the bathroom sink.

    You did.

    Frankly, I doubt your claims of military service, based simply on your behavior. NO veteran that I have known, (including the crazy Marine who spent his 13 months at Con Thien), would comport himself with the lack of manners you have demonstrated here.

  64. Mope, Imperial Knucklehead Comment by Mope, Imperial Knucklehead UNITED STATES

    Excuse me. I forgot that even though you idiots are allowed to use exaggerations, hyperbole, unsupported (and later proven false) facts, and even outright lies to support your position, anyone with a differing oinion must use only completely substantiated and politically approved mantra in that opposition.

    So an aircraft carrier steams to port after their duty was done, and to proclaim the end of their need in the theater, they hang a banner: “Mission Accomplished”. The left screamed the job was not done. And the president lied that it was done, as proof they cite the banner. Would you call it an ‘exaggeration’ when the left called the president a liar for hanging the banner? Can you see how the left’s Bush hatred could enbolden the enemy? Can you see how if the left were to get on board they could have demoralized the enemy and perhaps the job might have been over already? Why does the left support the enemy when the enemy is so clearly after them first? Why does the left become silent when one of their spits in the face of one of our military?

    Syracuse radio station WFBL reports that Lauren Maggi, 35, of Thurber Street was charged with harassment for spitting in a soldier’s face at Hancock Airport.

    The incident happened over the Thanksgiving holiday. Maggi approached a soldier from the 10th Mountain Division, who apparently was not in uniform, and asked if he was a soldier. When he said yes, Maggi allegedly spit in his face.

    WFBL’s news service is supplied by television station WTVH, which has nothing posted yet about the incident on its website. Syracuse.com carries this blurb:

    • Woman accused of spitting on soldier A Syracuse woman was charged after a Fort Drum soldier accused her of spitting on him without provocation at Hancock Airport, Syracuse police said.

    Go ahead, tough-guy, tell me that ain’t a hate-crime.

    Denounce the bitch, or show your true colors, Traitor.

    You have no interest in seeing victory, only the defeat of capitalism. You’re pathetic.

  65. Unregistered Comment by RAHRules UNITED STATES

    Syracuse radio station WFBL reports that Lauren Maggi, 35, of Thurber Street was charged with harassment for spitting in a soldier’s face at Hancock Airport.

    The incident happened over the Thanksgiving holiday. Maggi approached a soldier from the 10th Mountain Division, who apparently was not in uniform, and asked if he was a soldier. When he said yes, Maggi allegedly spit in his face.

    WFBL’s news service is supplied by television station WTVH, which has nothing posted yet about the incident on its website. Syracuse.com carries this blurb:

    • Woman accused of spitting on soldier A Syracuse woman was charged after a Fort Drum soldier accused her of spitting on him without provocation at Hancock Airport, Syracuse police said.

    I have neither seen nor heard anything regarding this incident, but if the facts presented here are all accurate and reflect the entire episode, I hope the judge sentences her to the maximum extent of the law, if she is convicted.

    My father had 5 brothers who were WWII vwets, two of them didn’t make it home, so I never got to meet them. Dad is a veteran of Korea and Viet Nam. Three of my mother’s brothers are vets, one a Viet Nam vet, like myself. I have 4 younger brothers and sisters who are vets, one a Gulf War Vet, and my sister who is a 34 year old, divorced mother of two, is scared that she may end up being reactivated and sent to Iraq since she’s been out less than 6 years.

    Don’t you, or anybody else on this nutball site presume to give me a lesson in, or a lecture about supporting our troops. They have had 100% of my support for the damn near 50 years that I have been able to understand what a US Servicemember is.

    Blindly supporting an idiot politician and his disastrous policies is not a show of support for US troops, it’s closer to an insult. Refusing to support or respect your Deciderer-in-Chief and his ill-concieved and completely mis-managed War on Terror has absolutely no bearing on my support of US fighting men and women.

  66. Unregistered Comment by RAHRules UNITED STATES

    P.S.–I’m the one who sounds like a wuss. Oh damn I wet my bed again…

  67. Unregistered Comment by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant UNITED STATES

    I wasted my youth as an Airborne Infantryman in Viet Nam and came home to the accolades?!? of brave citizens such as you. What did you do with yours, Earl of Pancake Turners? Use a spatula to scrape the chickenshit out of the henhouse?

    I would have no problem saying anything to your face, and, if I felt the urge, I would simply piss on you, my Lord.

    18959 Lina St, Apt 601
    Dallas, TX

    Anytime you’re ready, pussy.  Let’s see whatcha got, coward.

  68. Unregistered Comment by RAHRules UNITED STATES

    P.S.–I’m the one who sounds like a wuss. Oh damn I wet my bed again…

    Hey, you fucktard administrator!!! That post was: “P.S.–I’m the one who sounds like a pathetic pussy.” Get it right, dammit! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    You mean I can’t come up with anything better than to hide behind my daddy’s skirt and pass gas while giving him that rimjob??? If he’s got any balls, I sure’s hell can’t find ‘em. Maybe I swallowed ‘em.

    As for you, Lord Spatula, I consider myself lucky that I live in Indiana in my parents’ basement and will probably never meet you face to face and show you that I’m your bitch.

  69. Unregistered Comment by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant UNITED STATES

    Well, pussy - at least you admit it.

  70. BC Imperial Torturer Comment by BC Imperial Torturer UNITED STATES

    RAH, you’re a pussy, a poser and a loser. Go fuck yourself and, while you’re at it, your fellow Socialist fucktards’ retarded donkeys that you rode in on. I’m a GWI vet. Go peddle your pussified, suicidal, dhimmi bullshit somewhere else.

  71. CiSSnarl5.7 Comment by CiSSnarl5.7

    Blindly supporting an idiot politician and his disastrous policies is not a show of support for US troops, it’s closer to an insult. Refusing to support or respect your Deciderer-in-Chief and his ill-concieved and completely mis-managed War on Terror has absolutely no bearing on my support of US fighting men and women.

    Great twisting of the facts to fit your agenda…

    No-one on this blog is “blindly supporting” Bush.
    In fact and quite to the contrary Bush takes as much heat on the issue of the war if not more then any elected official on this site. I can cut and paste at least 100 posts from people like Misha, BC, Spats, Guido, and a variety of other Admins and posters to assert this, so your dead in the water on that argument…try again.

    Also if you can’t answer a post with out anything worthwhile to refute people and defend your so called “stance” which I doubt you even have a true stance on issues other then knee jerk reactionary rhetoric…go play elsewhere. The adults are talking.

    See posts #61,62,and 63…all of which you’ve been ignoring whilst you spew your grade-school level drivel…??

    In closing..anyone that cosiders thier time in the U.S service a “wasted youth” Obviously never “got it”, and juding form your posts…you still don’t get it…grow up.

  72. Unregistered Comment by RAHDrools UNITED STATES

    Waaaaaaaaah, admin! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You made me your bitch, again! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!! I am so freaked out by wetting my bed that I can’t allow anybody to stand up without throwing another temper tantrum against you or anything or anyone that makes me look like a loser (which is pretty much the whole crowd) that you have to edit anything that i say to make me sound cohea…coheer…co…better? Since everybody else here seems to be able to instantly make me look liek a fukhead in a few paragraphs that they have posted, and, judging, by, my, drivel, flowing, from, your, piehole, and, I’m, much, more, qualified,,,,,,,, to perform the same bodyly function in my Underoos, this is my determination. Upon review of my actions so far, it is painfully obvious that I are a lying, theiving, homosexual offspring of a black crack whore and an African elephant. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    I don’t feel too bad though, my mom could have been an illegal Mexican crack whore. I realize that my daddy won’t see this because he have no balls (I couldnt find em with a microscope), but you saw what a loser I am. Have a nice day, ‘cuz ima pussy.

  73. Mike M Comment by Mike M UNITED STATES

    What’s the matter admin? You changed it again, bitch.

    Who’s the bitch, RAHRules? Maybe you could entice Rosie to help you realize your fem-dom fantasy. Better yet, get her and Michael Moore for the swingin’ MMF threesome you’re lusting for. Clearly, they’re your philosophical soulmates and I’m sure they’re looking for some 52 year old loser to party with.

    Pathetic.

  74. Unregistered Comment by RAHDrools UNITED STATES

    Nice try Mike. Next, try Googling: fucktarded chickenshit pussy. You’ll find my picture there.

    Although I use RAHRules as a username on several sites, I have not been able to use it for a username here, because it has already been established that I don’t rule, I drool. Gee, I guess that means that there is somebody else out there using the same name that doesn’t wet the bed like I do. I can understand how you and the other morons that sound like me posting to this site could be confused by the rumor that we all only have one-third functioning brain cell in the world between us (it’s really only one tenth), but what confuses me is how you manage to understand anything I bleat, its so unntellig…unentelleg…unann…don’t make much sense.

    I think that I would prefer to associate with Helen Thomas and Michael Moore. At least, I smell better. Maybe.

    By the way, I do like your disclaimer: “Any resemblance to an intelligent thought demonstrated by any Idiotarian is purely coincidental (a million monkeys with a million typewriters and all that)”. It really provides a definitive description of me. Too bad I’m too stupid to recognize it.

    Damm I just wet the bed again. And Mummy just changed the sheets to. She’s not gonna be happy, waaaaaah!!!!!

  75. Unregistered Comment by RAHDrools UNITED STATES

    Well, that didn’t take long, to expose me as a wuss. What’s my problem? I’m incapable of defending myself in an actual debate (or a fight, for that matter). Is that why I sit behind my keyboard and sniff my grannys panties? I can see why I’m called pathetic and chickenshit, they so obviously describe me to a t. It must have been very hard on my daddy growing up as a pathetic chickenshit.