Sunday, September 30, 2007

Please give generously to the intellectually handicapped.


Johnny, over at "The Right Is Where It Sat," is absolutely livid over ... well, let's let Johnny explain it between flecks of spittle and drool slowly coursing down his chin:

... Tracey Glynn is a member of the Fredericton Peace Coalition and says that wearing a "Support Our Troops" yellow ribbon trumpets positive support for the war.

"I think by putting the yellow ribbon on or wearing the red shirt, you're being a cheerleader for the war," Glynn said...

Now how can anyone who says things like this can say that they support the troops ? Its just crazy and idiotic !!! They have no idea what supporting the troops really mean !!!

Damn straight! I mean, we've had this discussion before and where the hell do you get the nerve to suggest that just wearing a yellow ribbon necessarily means you support the mission in Afghanistan? Who the fuck is so dishonest and deluded as to draw that logical conclusion? Oh, wait ...

Although billed as a non-partisan rally, Mr. Harper used the occasion to slip in a not-so-subtle jab at NDP Leader Jack Layton, who has called for the withdrawal Canadian troops from the combat portion of the mission.

"Friends, I believe you cannot say you are for our military and then not stand behind them in the great things they do."

Tune in tomorrow when Johnny rips Stephen Harper a new asshole for being "crazy and idiotic." Or maybe not. It all depends on whether stupidity wins out over hypocrisy. Or vice versa.

6 comments:

pretty shaved ape said...

well, i just had a quick wander through johnny's blog and he is every bit as witless, repetitive and dim as his comments would indicate. he is the intellectual equal of a parrot fed on stale talking points and deeply hooked on phonics.

thwap said...

I've managed to resist clicking to look at the evidence of that mental trainwreak.

Shannon said...

Wow. Just wow.

Functionally illiterate, a slobbering wingnut dipshit and apparently a parrot for the talking points of others of similar like-mindlessness.

Quite the trifecta.

thwap said...

I feel sorry for the guy. Except that when they get together and vote, they're dangerous.

Ti-Guy said...

I'm just surprised Stephen Taylor wants to be associated with that witless fool, but then, I've ceased believing Conservatives understand standards of excellence.

I mean, Johnny's blog is not even in the "so bad it's good" category, like say, Richard Evans's (minus Evans's obsession with man-boy love, of course).

jj said...

Exclamation marks are where! it's! at!!!