Patriotism, Protestors, and…Poop.

March 24th, 2007

Yeah…real patriotic:

Perhaps the most disturbing scene of the afternoon, however, involved the man who pulled down his pants in front of women and children and defecated on a burning U.S. flag. This disgusting act actually elicited cheers from some members of the crowd, but we hope that the emotion it produces in the community is one of revulsion.

I’ll probably get lectured, ridiculed, fisked, and flamed for saying this, but at this point, I don’t care…I’m blinded by the RCOB and I pray to see every last one of these malcontents forced to line up and explain their actions to each and every soldier who has fought for their country…then promptly be castrated with nail clippers–thereby removing them from the gene pool.

Dissent for the sake of Dissent does not promote the cause of freedom…it prompts people to question it.

Yes, we have many freedoms in this country, but just because you can do a thing, doesn’t mean you should do a thing…

Burning U.S. soldiers in effigy, or desecrating the flag, then having the gall to turn around and state that soldiers fight for those freedoms, or that the flag represents those freedoms, is presumptuous, and downright disingenuous…no matter how you try to spin it.

These soldiers deserve more respect from us citizens…

I won’t presume to know all the reasons why people sign up for military service.

Some, probably out of a sense of duty, while others are looking for direction.

Maybe some are looking for excitement…or some just need to earn money for college…

But I will presume to believe, in my heart, that no one signs up just so they can die in a war–any war–and NOT A DAMN ONE OF THEM sign up to fight to preserve the freedoms of an individual who will choose to repay that sacrifice by squatting like a F**KIN’ dog and crapping on Old Glory. If i’m wrong, I’m wrong…so be it. This is one belief that I won’t give up on and won’t mind lying to myself about…

Burning the flag is anger laced with self-loathing and hatred.

Crapping on the flag is not patriotic.

It’s not dissent.

It’s pure, unadulterated sickness.

Anyone who would do such a thing does not love this country OR its citizens.

Anyone who supports such an act is no better.

(via Michelle)

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  1. SDN
    March 24th, 2007 at 09:26 | #1
    Open Season. No Bag Limit.
  2. March 26th, 2007 at 09:30 | #2
    What's disturbing is that a guy like this doesn't think beyond the little world inside his head. He does this sort of thing for no other reason than simply because he thinks he can.

    He doesn't have a clue that our soldiers not only fight for his freedom, but also that he doesn't have to worry about the consequences he'd suffer in countries like Iran, Venezuela, and Iraq under the old regime.

    I used to think Michael Savage was way over the top when he sputtered about "the enemy within". Guys like this represent without even realizing it.

  3. torrentprime
    March 26th, 2007 at 22:07 | #3
    Protests and marches bring out the crazies, and they get the most press cause it makes journalists' and news anchors' lives easier; they can go for sensational instead of actually trying to present issues or arguments.
    There is a fine line between a protest and a mob, and I don't think any political position, or party, or cause, or any self-identified gathering can claim its get-togethers, be they marches or protests or sit-ins, are exempt from people like this.
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