Thursday, August 10, 2006

I've Never Heard Such Damned Nonsense...

FROM DU: D'Rat Hysteria Reaches It's Zenith:

Is the real Bush goal to break our military? Often throughout the past years I have asked this question. How many wars can we fight simultaneously? Has he set up the grounds for a catastrophic defeat? Has he encouraged the torture in order to expedite attacks on our own soil? Who would benefit from our military powers being broken? Who does he really report to?

No, I am not a believer of the latest news regarding the supposed plot. However, I have maintained since we invaded Afghanistan that we will see war on our own soil. Lately I am predicting that will we not only see blood on our mountains, but our lives will soon be similar to those in Palestine. Fearing the next bomb, not knowing which one of our loved ones will be killed by a car bomb or home blown apart.

How many of you would stand idle after seeing your family members or fellow Americans tortured in the fashion that we have tortured? How many of you would want revenge when your country has been blown up beyond repair?We already know he has broken our banks, crippled our chances of surviving monetarily, left our country with very few jobs and a very bleak outlook without even shedding a tear.

We know our health care system is in shambles, with many of us unable to afford medical care and many of our doctors filing bankruptcy because not many can afford their care. I also ask for the real numbers of our kids who have died in these senseless wars? How bad is it, really? Just like New Orleans after Katrina, how many really died?

Does he have some elaborate underground city he plans to escape to when all he world begins to REALLY attack us? Who is really paying him? I have ALWAYS believed it to be for oil, but what good does it do for oil company owners to be making trillions of dollars if the entire earth is scorched with war? There has to be more to the motive... Why is he baiting countries to attack our own soil? (NoBushSpokenHere)

This person HAS to be mentally GONE. I ask myself if they even live in the same country that I do! What incredible nonsense!


Anonymous prairieson said...

There is not one true fact in this moonbat's whole diatribe. Not one. And I searched.

No jobs? Broken economy? Torture? "Palestine"? When did Israelis begin car-bombing Palestinians?

Have you ever seen such a concentration of utter misinformation?

This one deserves a prize.

Only in America can you be as stupid as this moonbat is and still survive.

It's enough to give one a headache.

12:19 AM  
Blogger JINGOIST said...

Of course it's all nonsense PS. Think back to when you were a child. Did your Mom or Dad ever catch you doing the wrong thing and ask you to explain yourself? As long as my misdeed didn't involve disrespecting older family members, I was afforded the opportunity to explain myself(plead my case) in private to my father.

If you had this type of experience with your parents (having to explain your misdeeds), do you remember just how convoluted your logic was? Do you remember the abject horsesh-t that you attempted to justify? That's what's going on with these seemingly demented posts.

These DU babies are justifying miserable behavior with tortured logic. They are betraying our country by refusing to defend it and undermining our President and military in a war. They are spoiled, cowardly children who have never really been taken to task for their misdeeds. Their typewritten spewtum is their version of banging on the bedroom door. In their case "ultimate justice" was never delivered by dad!


4:37 AM  
Blogger nanc said...

rabid i tell you, rabid.

donal - what would paul say about this?

5:33 AM  
Blogger nanc said...

p.s. - i'm sure the lunarticks will be out in full force at fpm this weekend - great fare over there. i must now hop on over to australia to see linkster - of course he won't be up for another eight hours or so!

5:34 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Yes, gang, that post took the cake. They've gone crazier than usual over at DU. Jingo, your explanation seems as apt as any I could think of!

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