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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Rules of Endangerment

And, for the umpteenth time while everybody in the nattering nabobosphere is busy blathering about whether we should send more troops, His Majesty would like to point out that it isn’t a matter of numbers. The ones we already have there could wipe out every last remnant of the goat-fellating ululators in a matter of months, if not weeks.

What our troops NEED is PERMISSION TO DO THEIR FUCKING JOB!

But don’t take our word for it, take it from the boots on the ground.

41 Responses to “Rules of Endangerment”
  1. Darth Bacon Comment by Darth Bacon UNITED STATES

    First.

    I can scarcely imagine the fear and frustration caused by being in such a situation.

    It’s long since time we cried Havoc, and let slip the dogs of war.

  2. MoMinuteMan Comment by MoMinuteMan UNITED STATES

    For all the hope of America that we will be safe, no one has ever said, “I can’t wait until our soldiers charge in there and kick ass!” When people say that our soldiers aren’t doing anything over here, that we need to come home, they never bring up that we don’t do anything because of all the pressure THEY THEMSELVES HAVE PUT ON US.

    I have said from the beginning we should go balls to the wall and this circle jerk will be done in six months. There isn’t ANYFUCKINGBODY that can stand up to The U.S. Military. If we wanted to, we could conquer the whole fucking planet and crush every military force under our boot heel and stand astride the world like a fucking colossus.

    In WWII we firebombed and destroyed entire cities and their populations, civvie and military, without batting an eye because that’s what it took to win the fucking war. We are the only Nation on Earth to have fired a nuclear shot in anger, TWICE. Because that is what it took to win the fucking war.

    And now, like in Viet Nam, in addition to the enemy our Heroes are fighting on the battlefield, they have additional enemies in the political pigfuckers in D.C. that are calling the shots who apparently left their balls in their other suit, the shit stains in the media who have wet dreams of being able to claim they influenced the course of the ship of state, and most insidious of all, Political Correctness that says we must die before we offend the people who’s stated purpose in life is to kill or enslave every last fucking one of us.

    We can still pull this one outta the shitter, but we have to untie the Troops hands from around their balls. They have the tools and they have the talent, they just need to be unleashed. If that calls for a couple of F.A.B.’s at every “Death to America, Death To Israel” rally or a couple or three nukes in strategic places, I defer to Gene Hackman in “Crimson Tide”… “If someone had asked me if we should use the atomic bomb on Japan, I would have said, “Yes Sir. By all means, drop that fucker. TWICE!”"

    And if the powers that be and the press and our enemies don’t fucking like it, fucking strangle them, step over the fucking bodies and GET THE MOTHERFUCKING JOB DONE!!!

  3. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Well I still think our mistake as a nation at war is that we are trying to use 21st century thinking for making war against people with an 11th century mindset…

    The fact that we did not allow our warriors to turn Iraq into something like this within a year or so of our being there (due to a combo of mega bombing and mega oil extraction) reenforced what the terrorst towel heads thought of us collectively, we are perceived as a collection of sissies

  4. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte

    Hey Juandos, I need to know where in Kyoto that China and India are exempt from the treaty.

  5. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    re: China and India are exempt from the treaty

    O.K. Deathknyte, I got to find that doc on my computer…

    I’ll be back with it in a bit…

  6. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Hey DK here you go amigo…

    Funny how every country (countries to be punished for their success with capitalism) listed here except for Japan are peopled by caucasians

    Merely coincidence? I think NOT!

    ENGLISH CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES Third session Kyoto, 1-10 December 1997
    KYOTO PROTOCOL TO THE UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE

    Australia 108
    Austria 92
    Belgium 92
    Bulgaria* 92
    Canada 94
    Croatia* 95
    Czech Republic* 92
    Denmark 92
    Estonia* 92
    European Community 92
    Finland 92
    France 92
    Germany 92
    Greece 92
    Hungary* 94
    Iceland 110
    Ireland 92
    Italy 92
    Japan 94
    Latvia* 92
    Liechtenstein 92
    Lithuania* 92
    Luxembourg 92
    Monaco 92
    Netherlands 92
    New Zealand 100
    Norway 101
    Poland* 94
    Portugal 92
    Romania* 92
    Russian Federation* 100
    Slovakia* 92
    Slovenia* 92
    Spain 92
    Sweden 92
    Switzerland 92
    Ukraine* 100
    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 92
    United States of America 93

    * Countries that are undergoing the process of transition to a market economy.

  7. Xystus Comment by Xystus

    Can’t argue with any of the above, but I will admit that I stopped reading when our good fighter blamed me for his predicament. Sorry, Savage, we LCs are among the last people you ought to fault. We don’t get our news from CNN, & the lamestream mediots can’t fool us! But our votes count for no more than anyone else’s. Sure, we want to wrest power from the Evil & the Stupid, but that promises to be a longer haul even than securing Iraq. Maybe if you could convince enough of your comrades to join the Empire, we could take Washington…

    So far my feeble efforts to infiltrate the US government have failed for a miserable lack of funding. But as the Empire & the VRWC recruit & expand, our hope may yet flourish.

    Vivat Imperium!

    Freileben oder sterben!

  8. Xystus Comment by Xystus

    Of course, there were only two comments when I started. :smile1_ee:

  9. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591 UNITED STATES

    Misha, many thanks for linking the B-5 article. Sometimes I despair of us ever getting the ninny bureaucrats and lawyers out of the way while our troops fight. Find the enemy and kill him until he no longer has the will to fight.

    Not all of Iraq is going to rat shit. In fact most of it is not. Take a look at Bill Roggio embedded, well, all over Iraq. He’s asking for pens and notebooks for the schools in Anbar Province, and details the struggle for the hearts and minds of these kids who will determine the fate of Iraq. Can’t our dickhead government cough up some damned school supplies?

    http://billroggio.com/

    For those with the inclination, particularly interesting is his series of something like 60 articles detailing the formation of Waziristan in Pakistan and Pakistan’s capitulation to the Taliban/al Qaeda regime in these tribal areas. Roggio is prolific, accurate, and has very little in the way of an ideological axe to grind. He’s also a smart guy with the military credentials to make the claims he does.

  10. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte UNITED STATES

    Juandos I was under the impression that China and India were specifically exempted from the treaty. Not that they simply didn’t sign it.

  11. Unregistered Comment by Gangraad

    I have said from the beginning we should go balls to the wall and this circle jerk will be done in six months. There isn’t ANYFUCKINGBODY that can stand up to The U.S. Military. If we wanted to, we could conquer the whole fucking planet and crush every military force under our boot heel and stand astride the world like a fucking colossus.

    Well, quite right you are in stating that the United States has a formidable military force, but as it is that force is stretched already and taking on the rest of the world could pose an insurmountable task, even for the might of the United States armed forces. Should the United States emerge victorious what would remain to claim victory over? Nothing but a smoldering ruin due to utter nuclear holocaust.

    In WWII we firebombed and destroyed entire cities and their populations, civvie and military, without batting an eye because that’s what it took to win the fucking war. We are the only Nation on Earth to have fired a nuclear shot in anger, TWICE. Because that is what it took to win the fucking war.

    It does make it quite a bit easier to deploy nuclear weapons when you do not have to fear retaliation, does it not? Probably the main reason for the United States to have always been in the forefront of the nuclear non-proliferation treaties…
    I completely agree though, with the decision made by Harry S. Truman in 1945. Conquering mainland Japan with conventional methods alone would have been a massacre. I am not saying that the USMC would not have prevailed, but casualties would have soared beyond almost anything seen in the history of the world.
    Iwo Jima is a testament to that!

    When it comes to Iraq we need to adopt a consistent policy that shows no tolerance towards firearms among the general population. The Iraqis need to understand that taking up arms means that you have just made yourself a target, no questions asked. If you are not wearing a uniform belonging to one of the nations in the coalition or the Iraqi security force, and at the same time carrying a weapon you are a lawful military target.

    We need to demand a hand-over of all weapons by a specific time and date and then carry out a house by house sweep. Any weapons found will result in detention of all occupants of that household.

    We need to enforce a curfew at night to ensure better security so the need for the general population to have weapons fades, making insurgents considerably easier to distinguish. We need to create response teams to react on any and all shootings – again to provide better security.

    We need to better secure Iraq’s borders, either by extensive satellite coverage or by means of predators, to minimize the flow of insurgents and weapons from Iran and Syria.
    We need to train Iraqis faster to provide the country with its own security force capable of undertaking the massive task of keeping peace and then we need to get the hell out…

    On a completely other note… We need to control countries like Iran and North Korea and their lust for nuclear weapons. We need to put pressure on China to exert their influence on North Korea. We have to keep track of every nuclear weapon that Kim Jong Il and his murderous regime manage to produce. We cannot allow those warheads to end up in the hands of stateless terrorists. Taking into account the fading port security of many western cities it would be almost too easy to ship off a warhead and have it clear “security”…
    Not to mention the possibility of simply detonating the device before ever being unloaded. A 100 kiloton warhead in the port of Virginia or New York would be devastating. Of course that would also mean the death sentence of whomever responsible, since a nuclear detonation on western soil would surely kick the full might of our combined military machine into gear without debating “the niceties of war” However pleasurable that would be I will never accept the price tag.

  12. sig94 Comment by sig94 UNITED STATES

    Should the United States emerge victorious what would remain to claim victory over? Nothing but a smoldering ruin due to utter nuclear holocaust.

    Have you taken a gander at Carthage lately? That’s victory. Nothing says “Big Dog” like utter destruction. And to make the point, you shouldn’t bother pouring billions into a smoldering ruin in an attempt to rehabilitate it’s few survivors; it spoils the ambience.

  13. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591 UNITED STATES

    Gangraad, are you willing to give up your arms? I have no problem with the Iraqis having arms, but a major gripe against them employing them against coalition forces. Our supporters should be armed, our enemies should be disarmed, or killed. Often the only defense the Iraqis have is their own. I would think twice about taking that option away from them.

  14. MoMinuteMan Comment by MoMinuteMan UNITED STATES

    GanGraad sez:

    Well, quite right you are in stating that the United States has a formidable military force, but as it is that force is stretched already and taking on the rest of the world could pose an insurmountable task, even for the might of the United States armed forces. Should the United States emerge victorious what would remain to claim victory over? Nothing but asmoldering ruin due to utter nuclear holocaust.

    The reason our forces seem “stretched” is because of the B.S., P.C., “Ye Shall Not Offend” R.O.E. they have to operate under. Taking the rest of the world is NOT an “insurmountable task”, it would be an expensive, bloody task, but if we decided to do it, it would be done. And we would not have to lay waste to our enemies with nukes, “smart” weapons would carry most of the load, but I would not rule out nukes for “hard” targets.

    It does make it quite a bit easier to deploy nuclear weapons when you do not have to fear retaliation, does it not? Probably the main reason for the United States to have always been in the forefront of the nuclear non-proliferation treaties…

    Our “conventional” capabilities virtually guarantee that we don’t have to worry about retaliation. I would hope that our enemies would look at what we can do with old fashioned high explosives, and live in fear of what we could do if pushed over the edge…

    At the end of WWII, we were in the position of taking over the world, having defeated over half of the military power on the planet, but what did we do?? We invested billions of dollars in rebuilding the countries of our enemies. We realized the terrible power we had unleashed over Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and understood the threat it poised to the human race. That is why we fought so hard to make sure it was never used again.

    But there are primitive screwheads out there that think that if they can shake their nuclear dicks at us, we will capitulate to their demands. Time has the unfortunate ability to dim the memory of the horrors of the past, and sometimes the shit has to hit the fan to bring things back into focus. They think if they have a couple of dozen nuke warheads of questionable yield that might work that they MIGHT be able to deliver to a target, we’ll be pissing down our legs in fear. They forget that we have a couple of dozen subs that have over 6 dozen warheads EACH, with yields of up to 300 KT depending on what we decide to “dial in”, that will work and that are capable of hitting their targets within a C.E.P. of a few hundred feet ANYWHERE on the planet within 30 minutes. I think we are swinging the bigger dick.

    Other than those minor quibbles, I agree with your post entirely.

    Not to mention our ICBMs and bomber born weapons.

  15. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    DK re: #10

    India and Cuba along with every country you don’t see on the list on my comment #6 are exempted!…

  16. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte UNITED STATES

    I see. Danke.

  17. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Rules of Endangerment?

    Is the following considered, “danger“?

    Healthy new-born babies may have been killed in Ukraine to feed a flourishing international trade in stem cells, evidence obtained by the BBC suggests.

    This is the BBC and of course a certain amount skeptism might come in handy…

    Everyone remember who, “TWITCHY” was? Remember how he pimped for now Sen. Claire McKaskill in a heart rending bit of acting?

    Gee, could there be an, “I told you so” here?

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

    Now I know I’ve seen this movie before, a recipe for defeat. As for Bush, fuck him and his RINOS! The demorats more than happy to kill GIs to grab power. Time to loose the dogs of war! Or get the hell out! But don’t olay games with our soldiers lives!

  19. L.C. Rowane Comment by L.C. Rowane

    This is exactly what I’ve been saying for years. This running cluster-fuck is almost a textbook exampld of how a superpower can lose a war to a bunch of seventh century savages, like the terrorists in the sandbox.

  20. L.C. Rowane Comment by L.C. Rowane

    example even, working from the boonies on my smartphone.

  21. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6 UNITED STATES

    S^*% YEAH! Been there, done that. WE HAVE THE MOST AWESOME FIGHTING FORCE ON THE FACE OF THE PLANET. Just turn them loose to do the job! The purpose of the military is to kill people and break things. You can’t do that when the pcpos’ are riding your asses. In my opinion, they need to die as enemy agents of espionage. Oh, and boys and girls? When you get home? Remember your oath regarding the Constitution? UPHOLD IT.

  22. LC Beaker Comment by LC Beaker UNITED STATES

    Folks, we’ve lost. Iraq is toast. And as in Viet Nam, it wasn’t the military that lost it.

    And, in case you’re curious, I can tell you when we lost. We lost on 9-12-2001. We lost when the President of the United States told the American people that the role of average Joe Citizen was to do nothing different. We lost, when the Bush administration decided that those of us on the home front just needed to live our lives as usual. So we have.

    And we’ve lost.

    Because you see, life as usual means no one feels like they are part the war effort. The rationing, and the war bonds, and all the other home efforts of World War II did more than save resources for the military. Those programs reminded Americans, daily, that we were fighting a war. Because of them, America stayed focused.

    This time around, as in Viet Nam, there is no sacrifice here at home. There is no national war effort. Therefore, the leftist 5th column in this country acts with impunity. They undermine our troops. They drag down morale. And their efforts work, because they are the only ones talking.

    Where are the reports about the positives? Where are the reports about the bravery and heroism of our nations finest? Bush should have held a press conference every week and discussed, honestly, how things were progressing.

    This administration lost the war at home, because it refused to defend the war at home. Had they, from day one, started a NATIONAL war effort, and had they squashed some of the seditious acts early on when we were still angry as a nation in the weeks following 9/11, then we would have won.

    But now it’s too late. We have gone back to caring more about Britney Spears’ lack of panties than we do the dire threats against us. So, we’ll turn our backs on our soldiers, and go back to sleep. At least until New York or Seattle or Chicago sees a million residents die in a nuclear fireball.

    And if that happens soon enough, we’ll probably surrender.

  23. Xystus Comment by Xystus

    LC Beaker does not speak for me.

    Give up? Bah, humbug! :mad_wp:

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  25. TPCrasher78 Comment by TPCrasher78

    Three Years ago, Saddam Hussein was yanked out of his rat hole and brought to trial….

    Yeah, we lost, sure…….

    Now, when that mob of Iraqis tears his body apart, that will be justice served.

    When Osama’s dead frickin body is found and paraded like the Germans did Taliban skulls, that will be a great day.

    Some of you will whine about the rights of the mooselimbs and being civilized.

    Yeah they thought about Nick Berg’s rights when the koranimals sawed off his head with a dull sword.

    the religion of pieces is civilized stoning women who were raped or showing their ankles from under their burquas.

    The mooselimbs were really considerate ramming 2 planes into the World Trade Center and killing thousands.

    I saw World Trade Center on DVD last night, and all the old emotions came back, after 5 years.

    In case you can’t tell, I’m pretty pissed. But, I do think we can win, if the politicocks could muster some balls and let the troops fight.

    Hell, Patton was told to fight, and he did. MacArthur did his stuff in WWII, and Korea. Let the soldiers fight, politics can be sorted out AFTER we win.

  26. E L Frederick Comment by E L Frederick

    For our men and women who are no longer on the ground, but are back here wounded, please send Christmas Cards, Get Well Cards, etc to…

    A Recovering American Soldier
    c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center
    6900 Georgia Avenue,NW
    Washington,D.C. 20307-5001

  27. Unregistered Comment by Gangraad

    Have you taken a gander at Carthage lately? That’s victory. Nothing says “Big Dog” like utter destruction. And to make the point, you shouldn’t bother pouring billions into a smoldering ruin in an attempt to rehabilitate it’s few survivors; it spoils the ambience.

    Well the destruction of Carthage wasn´t until the third Punic war. Furthermore Rome was brought to its very knees during the second Punic war. Rome only survived because of internal disputes between Hannibal and the Counsel of Carthage, which refused to grant Hannibal the needed reinforcements to lay siege to Rome and destroy the city once and for all.

    Despite the fact that Rome won the war in 202 BC at Zama, Rome never forgot Hannibal Barca and the massive losses in the battles against him and so Roman senators began to regret not having destroyed Carthage after Zama…
    That was the main reason for Rome not to accept a revived Carthage. Through extensive trading in the entire Mediterranean Carthage regained much of its former wealth and Rome demanded the abandonment of the city, which Carthage refused hence the third Punic war.
    Carthage was starved into surrender by the besieging Roman army, which afterwards stormed the city and went from house to house executing all inhabitants, except those found suitable for the Roman slave markets. The port, walls and main buildings of the city were all razed to the ground and even the surrounding countryside was sown with salt rendering it completely uninhabitable.

    True that´s an undeniable, complete and utter victory, but it was won with heavy losses that almost ended Roman existence.

    Gangraad, are you willing to give up your arms? I have no problem with the Iraqis having arms, but a major gripe against them employing them against coalition forces. Our supporters should be armed, our enemies should be disarmed, or killed. Often the only defense the Iraqis have is their own. I would think twice about taking that option away from them.

    If I was in Iraq – probably not and I completely agree with you that what you are saying is the ideal situation. However, it is impossible to determine who is our friends and who is not when everyone has access to weapons, legally. So how do we know who to arm and who to disarm? We are then left with three choices: 1: Guess! Simply allow those we think is our friends to bear arms, which is almost impossible to manage, let alone enforce. 2: Allow everyone to have arms, which results in a civil war like situation. 3: Disarm everyone.
    I think it is worse to arm your enemies than to disarm both your enemy and your allies. Of course it would be a nightmare to provide security for those lawful citizens giving up their weapons until we can have the insurgents disarmed. The question then is: can we protect them?

    MoMinuteMan :

    I can fully understand one’s need to pay homage to the military capability of one’s country, but I still have respectful doubts that the United States could win a war against the combined forces of every other country on the planet, especially if the United States did not utilize the full extent of its nuclear arsenal.

    I do not have the exact numbers, but I would estimate the total number of active troops of the Unites States armed forces to be roughly 1.45 million with a reserve of an additional one million troops.

    However impressive, faced with the millions of troops in the rest of the world you could not win unless deploying your nuclear warheads.

    China has roughly 2.25 million active troops with a million in reserve.

    India has 1.3 million with a million in reserve.
    North Korea 1.1 million with 4.5 million in reserve.

    And that’s just mentioning a few. Of course the US forces are much better trained than those I have mentioned here, but through in the combined forces of the countries in the EU which are equally skilled and it looks like an uphill battle for the US.
    Furthermore, with the US as the attacking force your enemy could simply dig themselves in and await invasion. The US would be fighting nothing but exhausting battles compared to that of Omaha Beach in 44 and Iwo Jima in 45.
    Should it come to all-out nuclear war then the war would definitely swing in favor of the United States mainly due to your SLBMs and B2s which are almost impossible to stop from launching their warheads.
    Nuclear war would probably result in American victory, but a victory with a bitter taste it would be. The nuclear devices not under US control can more than easily level every major American city and it would be impossible to shoot down the missiles before impact.

    End result: A victorious American president emerging from underneath Cheyenne Mountain gazing at a scorched earth.
    All of this of course is hypothetical. Should it ever come to war, Europe would stand alongside America and we would together emerge victorious.

  28. Unregistered Comment by Admiral of the Imperial Seventh Fleet UNITED STATES

    The muslims are asking for a religious genocide. Those that fight are asking directly. Those that keep quiet are asking by proxy. Those that support multiculturalism and political correctness and demand that the world be nice and soft are going to be in for a serious shock when we really have to start killing moojies by the cityload……and when the war hits the streets in America, and those that support the muzzies (the american left) come running to the patriots with the guns for protection will they be protected?

    People that are begging compassion for our enemies because we “don’t understand them” are our enemies too, and are the ones with the media on their side.

    The American citizen that protests against the war and votes democrat (or didn’t vote on Nov 7th last) are to blame for our seeming lack of courage and determination.

    Honestly, when the war hits home, and I am standing in the street with my fellow patriots defending the homeland I seriously doubt if I would lift a finger to protect those people that yell so vehemently against us now, although I would probably keep some of them safe……after all, someone is gonna have to dig all those graves huh?

  29. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte

    China has roughly 2.25 million active troops with a million in reserve.

    How many are actually armed?

    and when the war hits the streets in America, and those that support the muzzies (the american left) come running to the patriots with the guns for protection will they be protected?

    Yeah, I would protect them. I would also point out that they were wrong and from now on they have to be quiet.

  30. rat patrol Comment by rat patrol UNITED STATES

    They have my “permission” to do whatever it takes, up to and including nuking sadr city and fallujah just to get the jihadis’ collective attention, and to let them know that there’s a new sheriff in town… These rag tag bastards only respect one thing: Overwhelming Force.

    FWIW, this little thought recently popped into my somewhat addled brain:

    SHARIA (as in Sharia Law), is an acronym for:

    Satan’s Hateful And Racist Islamofascist Agenda.

  31. Unregistered Comment by Gangraad

    How many are actually armed?

    They all share four worn-out rifles, six bullets and a smoke grenade… :grin1_ee:

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

    Should it ever come to war, Europe would stand alongside America

    I wouldn’t be too sure about that.

    Just sayin’.


    and when the war hits the streets in America, and those that support the muzzies (the american left) come running to the patriots with the guns for protection will they be protected?

    No.

  33. jaybear Comment by jaybear

    Spats replies:

    and when the war hits the streets in America, and those that support the muzzies (the american left) come running to the patriots with the guns for protection will they be protected?

    No.

    Amen, I say that if that situation comes to pass, that we use THEM as human shields…they’d look good strapped to the front of an Abrams

  34. TPCrasher78 Comment by TPCrasher78

    Jay, that reminds me of the scene in South Park The Movie when they have Operation Human Shield and then Operation Get Behind the Darkies. Funny.

    “Are we-sa people gonna die?” (Jar Jar rip off)

  35. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I UNITED STATES

    and when the war hits the streets in America, and those that support the muzzies (the american left) come running to the patriots with the guns for protection will they be protected?

    Considering that I hold them personally accountable for it ever having to come to that through their fifth column activities, I’ll offer them the following friendly advice (because I’m a BENEVOLENT tyrant):

    You’d be better off looking for clemency from the Islamofascists.

  36. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6 UNITED STATES

    Going through this, an awful lot of what I would have said has been said. I seem to remember saying something to the effect of defending the Constitution. I’ve also said something about holding accountable those obviously participating in sedition(at the minimum), and full blown treason(ala Ted Kennedy, and too numerous to mention others).

  37. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591 UNITED STATES

    cmblake6, when was the last time the US had a treason or sedition trial? I’d love to see a president with the guts to prosecute Teddy. Never happen. Teddy Rosenberged? Hah!

    Misha, what will hapen is that our military will defend the looney left, along with all other Americans, because of who they are. It is a bad idea to let Islamonazis kill any Americans. It is for Americans to punish those who violate the Constitution, commit treason and sedition, offer aid and comfort to our enemies (beginning to sound like a DNC resume).

    I’m of the opinion that we should force our elected chickenshits into enacting legislation criminalizing negligence, inaction, or political malpractice, in defending the nation. Think of it as a kind of retro-Nuremburg Trials. For the piece de resistance, I’m sitting here in Kaliforniastan asI write this. “My” elected officials: DiFi, Senator Barbie, Ninny Pelosi - fuck me!

  38. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I UNITED STATES

    It is for Americans to punish those who violate the Constitution, commit treason and sedition, offer aid and comfort to our enemies.

    Exactly. Which is why they shouldn’t look for mercy from ME. Should their fifth column activities to embolden the Islamofascists bear fruit, as I am almost certain that they will, I’ve already found them guilty and there is only one appropriate punishment for that. And they’ll get it. I’m not at my most merciful when my fellow citizens are burning up, and those responsible would be well-advised to stay well clear of me.

  39. TPCrasher78 Comment by TPCrasher78 UNITED STATES

    Speaking of elected chickenshits, the great state of Florida’s Bill Nelson, decides to go to Damascus togive Bashir Assad a nice full mouth hug. Or as that cock gobbling liberal calls it, diplomacy. The libs call it THINKING and NEGOTIATING.

    That shit worked so well at Munich in 1938. Oh wait, NO IT FUCKING DIDN’T!

    Fuck Bill Nelson and Fuck anyone who defends his bullshit afront to the US. Bush is pissing me off, but Nelson has pulled a Jane Fonda and needs to be left there.

  40. MoMinuteMan Comment by MoMinuteMan UNITED STATES

    And that’s just mentioning a few. Of course the US forces are much better trained than those I have mentioned here, but through in the combined forces of the countries in the EU which are equally skilled and it looks like an uphill battle for the US.

    The battle for Iwo Jima was an uphill battle, literally. But our Marines planted the flag at the summit of Mt. Suribachi. TWICE. In a battle between the combined forces of the EU and Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children, my money’s on the Jarheads.

    Nuclear war would probably result in American victory, but a victory with a bitter taste it would be.

    PROBABLY?!?! PLEASE…. Victory always tastes sweet.

    The nuclear devices not under US control can more than easily level every major American city and it would be impossible to shoot down the missiles before impact.

    Lemme see… England has nukes, but they’re on our side, no threat there. France has nukes, but they’d be too busy surrendering, no balls there. Israel has nukes, but they’d be too busy using them on the neighborhood ragheads, no threat there. India and Pakistan have nukes, but they’d be too busy using them on each other, no threat there. And with the exception of England, none of the above have a delivery system capable of threatening the U.S.

    Russia has nukes, but they haven’t had the money to maintain their stockpiles or delivery systems in an operational condition for the better part of a quarter of a century, slim to no threat there. China has nukes and claims to have the ability to put a man in space, but has yet to prove their ability to weaponize that capability, much less the accuracy of such a system. Minimal threat there.

    And ALL OF THE ABOVE know that we have weapons that will work, and we have the ability to put a functional warhead within a few hundred feet of ANY point on the face of the planet within 30 minutes, and should a second sun dawn over an American city, they know it will only take a couple of hours (if that) to figure out who the offending party is and send them a RSVP, ASAP.

    The only reason the U.S. is catching so much shit from the rest of the world is because of the nutless wonders in the government and the media who, over the last quarter of a century, have managed to convince the rest of the world we’re a nation of pussies. But as the last election showed, we are only slightly over half a nation of pussies. The rest of us have balls of brass that clang together and play Stormy Weather and lightning shoots outta our ass.

    Should someone develop a case of suicide by nuke and decide to hit us, they should know that our leaders know that they will have to respond in kind (if for no other reason than it’s the stated policy regarding WMD’s) or face being dragged out and shot by an enraged populace.

  41. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    The muslims are asking for a religious genocide. Those that fight are asking directly. Those that keep quiet are asking by proxy

    So says the Admiral of the Imperial Seventh Fleet (#28)

    I can’t find any part of that statement to be untrue…

    Apparently the only guy with some balls in this Bush administration, “John Bolton” feels the same way…