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You Who Proudly Wear The Uniform Should Die

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2010/02/02

So says a certain New Zealander who has been rightfully banned on many Conservative blogsites (and he will be banned here if he comments here (and I figure out this whole thing)). You are nothing but bloodsucking parasites who should be shot.

Don’t take my word for it. Listen to him.


I like how Dana slipped in “retirement earned” and none of you boneheads called him out on his socialistic wantings. It’s a complete socialist program and yet here is Dana supporting it.

A half informed voter is a dangerous one.
1 February 2010, 8:10 pm

Phoenician in a time of Romans:

Mmm – especially since IIRC he has called for social security to be ceased and people to be responsible for their own retirement investing. And if your retirement savings are swindled away by some Wall Street wide boy, you deserve to starve in your old age – it’s the Republican way!
1 February 2010, 9:18 pm

John Hitchcock:

It seems my daughter may earn her way to a government retirement check, and it won’t be a SocSec check. So put that in your smipe and poke it, india delta ten tango snarkfiends.
1 February 2010, 11:48 pm

John Hitchcock:

I would also like to take this time to note the “where were you” crowd on the left has just seen two articles by two different authors in a short span where we have smacked the Republican Party around. And yet they’ll ignore it and continue to ask “where were you” and throw that hypocrite word around like it’s actually going to stick to something.

Willfully blind and deaf partisans.
1 February 2010, 11:57 pm

Phoenician in a time of Romans:

It seems my daughter may earn her way to a government retirement check,

In other words, she’s a parasite on the community who deserves to be shot by a patriot?
2 February 2010, 12:37 am

John Hitchcock:

No, Pooter, that means she has you in her sights and she’s a better shot than most soldiers (all of whom are better shots than you). But thanks for wishing my daughter (and every American who defended your island in the 1940s) dead. It only clarifies your (lack of) value to the human race, as if that needed clarification.
2 February 2010, 12:54 am

Phoenician in a time of Romans:

Ah, so she *is* a government parasite bloodsucking off the taxes of honest hard-working Americans then.
2 February 2010, 1:00 am

John Hitchcock:

Pooter, back when I said I wouldn’t ban you, I was telling the truth. Since then, you have very much become bannable in my mind (just like you have been banned from more than one other site). But since I don’t ban people from sites I don’t run, count yourself lucky, piss-ant.
2 February 2010, 1:14 am

Phoenician in a time of Romans:

What does this have to do with the fact that your daughter is nothing but a government parasite bloodsucking off the taxes of honest hard-working Americans, Penis-breath?
2 February 2010, 1:40 am

John Hitchcock:

I’ll let her deal with you in about 6 hours, S4B. She can easily handle my light work. Oh, btw, you also called 2 of Mr Pico’s daughters and JohnC the exact same thing. Good luck with that.
2 February 2010, 1:56 am

John Hitchcock:

As homework, Pooter, I suggest you go to work and start reading 940.53 and 940.54 and don’t stop until you’ve read everything there. You do know how to find 940.53 and 940.54, don’t you?
2 February 2010, 2:04 am

(I started with donviti because that provided answers to some of the other comments.)

You are known by the company you keep, to borrow from a wiser man than I. While it is very early yet, so none of the leftists have logged on to see the kerfufle, I highly doubt any of the regular leftists will even try to shout Phoenician in a Time of Romans (aka PIATOR to all who’ve had the displeasure of dealing with him) down. If history holds true, they will ignore Pooter’s outrageous statements. And they will be known by the company they keep.

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