Tuesday, January 02, 2007

A picture is worth a 1000 words

Click here to see what a Real Man looks like and what a Wussified Idiot looks like.

Note: For my wussified liberal readers, you know I am Right, even if you refuse to admit it.

8 comments:

Josiah said...

I found Kerry to actually be quite annoying, but does looking at candid pictures and applying stupid, outdated macho stereotypes do anything but make you look stupid?

John said...

What no picture of the "Real Man" reading My Pet Goat.
How about "Mission Accomplished"?

This is just so lame

Mark said...

...outdated macho stereotypes do anything but make you look stupid?
Nope. It's funny Chase, your a bit testy in 07.

John,
'mission accomplished' was not a good choice of words. Especially to folks like you who cherish American defeats and and relish in making the United States the devil on earth.

John said...

"Especially to folks like you who cherish American defeats and and relish in making the United States the devil on earth."

Oh right Mark, you mean like when the President of the United States gins up the intel, essentially lies to the American people, to get us into his war of choice, and then lies to us announcing the "Mission Accomplished"...right Mark drink the kool-aid.

How many of our brave men and women have died now? And you say I cherish Americian defeat. We should be celebrating a victory in Afganistan...not the quagmire that is Irag.

Go back to your trailer!!

Mark said...

Oh right Mark, you mean like when the President of the United States gins up the intel, essentially lies to the American people, to get us into his war of choice,

Sorry, the facts don't back up your claim, but that's par for you.

Go back to your trailer!!

Good one, johnboy. Thanks for sharing your utter incompetence to make and or back up a point.

john said...

Sorry again Marky,

You need to do some more reading...you could start with the Downing Street Memo...and then take the blinders off and go nuts!

Mark said...

Can do johnboy

It is simply inexcusable for opinion makers and public intellectuals (e.g., those who made such a fuss about the 'revelations' in the Downing Street memo) not to grasp the strategic imperatives behind what we are doing in Iraq and elsewhere. It's certainly okay to disagree with our strategy, but for supposedly sophisticated commentators to miss the entire point and continue raving about WMD and UN sanctions is simply beyond the pale.

The decision to invade Iraq was made as part of a broad strategy to shift the balance of power in the Islamic world, a strategy that will be playing out for years to come. Unfortunately, the voters and opinion makers who turned against Blair because of the Downing Street memo don’t understand that. Not their finest hour, to say the least

Thomas Patrick Carroll, a former officer in the Clandestine Service of the CIA.

in others words johnboy, old hash! Now I must get back in my trailer and feed my rats.

Josiah said...

Mark, is it my imagination, or are you ignoring the fact that we went to Iraq to get rid of imaginary weapons of mass destruction?