View Full Version : Is it to late to elect
10-31-2006, 06:16 PM
John Kerry for an A$$ pounding by a Donkey?
10-31-2006, 06:29 PM
Traditionally most people join the Army because they have no where else to go. I saw this time and time again.
Are most of those who serve patriotic? I'm sure. But the fact remains that most join the Army because they need that GI Bill, paycheck, and bus ticket out of the dead end life they have at home. Were it not for the Army, Millions of Americans would never have been able to realize the "American Dream." Though there are some REALLY stupid people serving, most are willing to risk the danger of death and debilitating injury for the chance of becoming something better than what they would have been had they stayed at home, smoking pot, drinking beer, and working at the local slaughter house...
I think guys like Kerry should be thanking the Army. Without the Armed Services creating taxpayers, instead of tax users, who would pay his salary??? Certainly not the inner city welfare mom and her high-school dropout kids working for minimum wage at Burger King... Nope, its the ex-GI who built his own business, who toughed out the hard times of starting a new company, because he learned to be strong and hard working in the Army.
I do not think that military service is a dumping ground for college dropouts... No Sir. Thats what elected public office is for...
I second the motion to ass pound Kerry with a donkey. I just think we are going to have a hard time finding a donkey that would stoop that low...
10-31-2006, 06:37 PM
You guys are getting very close to animal abuse, and I don't want to close this down. :D
10-31-2006, 06:41 PM
No prob we will get the donkey drunk on Pabst Blue Ribbon and Milwaukees Best. He won't remember anything
10-31-2006, 09:59 PM
You guys are getting very close to animal abuse
Hey, its only abuse if the donkey is forced!
And if Kerry complains, we'll just say that because of what he was wearing, he was asking for it!
10-31-2006, 10:08 PM
No problem, Kerry will agree and disagree both, so everyone is covered.
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