Gut Rumbles

March 20, 2006

like a protest--- only smaller

As I lay on my bed of affliction on March 17, I did something I haven't done for many years: I watched the Savannah St. Patrick's Day Parade on television. It looked like a really good one.

My favorite part was the wanton terrorist attacks launched by sweet young wimmen against our Third Division troops, who recently returned from Iraq. All along the parade route, these wimmen stalked, plotting and planting roadside bombs at every opportunity. The Third Divison never stood a chance.

It's long been a tradition at the St. Patrick's Day Parade to have wimmen decorate their kissers with bright red lipstick, then run out into the middle of the parade and plant a juicy smack on the cheek of a marcher. I think that's a fine tradition, too. The wimmen are happy acting horny and the marchers are happy wearing dozens of red lip-prints on their cheeks.

By the end of this parade, however, most of the guys in the Third didn't have any free space left on their faces. They'd been kissed so many times that you couldn't indentify individual lip-marks anymore. Their faces were just one big blob of red, split by the white line of a huge smile.

I thought about that sight when I read this story today. Anti-war fever grips the nation. People Take to the Streets! Millions hundreds of thousands thousands Hundreds of people are involved. Hear the winds of protest blow!

Some people sure do miss Vietnam.

Maybe it's just because I live in a VERY Red State, but I believe that those wimmen kissing on our troops in the parade while every other spectator joined in a standing ovation is a more accurate portrayal of American attitude about the war than what the gloomy bastids in the MSM (or Congress, for that matter) decide to report or lie about. Admit it: when you can attract no more than 6,000 people to a protest in San Francisco, your cause ain't exactly burning bright.

I'll be interested to see the spin put on the protest story reporting.


The irony is that MSM will spend a lot of time on 6000 assholes on the left coast and none on thousands of good looking Georgia women kissing the soldiers. The kisses do nothing for the MSM agenda

Posted by: GUYK on March 20, 2006 02:50 PM

Hey, no arguments from me, and I'm just 'bout 30 minutes from the City!

San Franciscans just WAIT for some reason to protest.

IMHO, of course.

Posted by: Kim on March 20, 2006 04:07 PM

I didn't know they put the Savannah parade on TV there? I went there a couple of times on St. Paddy's day, back in the 80s. I used to drink then and Savannah was the place to go for St. Paddy's day. We used to catch the Amtrack from Jacksonville. It was BYOB in the club car and you could smoke then as well. I miss those days, but not the hang-overs, Thanks for the memories A-MAN.

Posted by: Mrite on March 20, 2006 05:23 PM

BossMan, The libs that I know fall into two

categories: Fags and Losers. Oh, and


Posted by: TomCat on March 20, 2006 05:30 PM

I just read Malkin's blog on todays great protest at the pentagon (by the same idiots that were planning to storm the white house) and they had a show of maybe 100 retards if you counted the former MSM types ( released from their mental factility for the day) that just can't avoid trying to slam the good ole U.S.. Mother Sheehan (shithead) couldn't drag enough out to make a show, but she did prove that her lawsuit against NYC is as phony as she is. All NYC will have to do is show the film to the jury and then file charges against her for filing the phony lawsuit. Regroup all the cities expenses. Take everything the dumb bitch has begged from others the past few months.

Posted by: scrapiron on March 20, 2006 05:57 PM

Forgot this: The demonstrators at the pentagon did carry on the congressional democrats racist 'all Arabs are no good stand' that started over the ports. Now the 'i'm better than you' democrats are painting signs that call all Arabs 'Sand Niggers'. Pictures on Michelle's site. LMAO at the idiots.

Posted by: scrapiron on March 20, 2006 06:05 PM

"Susan Westergard of Holladay."

This particular bitch is indeed just taht, fights every thing except the restriction of personal rights!

Crazy as a bed bug she is!

Posted by: TC on March 20, 2006 06:35 PM

I've read a little spin about the San Fran attendance blaming an anarchist's event across town which coincided with ANSWER's protests. It seems more than a little strange to me that these two would draw from the same well, considering that Communism is even more antithetical to anarchy than anything even the Republicans have to offer. Oh well.

Posted by: Tim Higgins on March 20, 2006 09:19 PM

I just wish the lame anti-war protestors would try to do something "impressive" like storm a National Guard armory--then they could be properly dragged off and shot!

Posted by: Garry K on March 20, 2006 11:38 PM


Glad you are well.

Your ad hominem war against your fellow Americans regarding the unconstitutional war in Iraq (which neither you nor anyone else has proved constitutional) . . .

Continues unabated.

See if they have a pill for that. Take it.

If not, a remedial civics class will suffice.


Posted by: jb on March 21, 2006 01:46 AM

Screw 'Frisco, and bless good-old Southern wimmen. That is the way to treat soldiers home from the ugly. Show them they're loved.

Glad to see you up and hittng the keyboard. Still, take it easy.

Posted by: Wichi Dude on March 21, 2006 03:32 AM

I read somewhere that some protesters (homeless or people just hangin out) are actually paid a few bucks to stand there and hold a sign. Ask them what they are protesting and they don't even know! I continue to read and hear the rants from the left and I am starting to fear what will happen when GWB is not in there anymore - frightening. Glad to see you back and please tell jb to buzz off.

Posted by: Anastasia on March 21, 2006 09:15 AM

Why couldn't jb get sick and STAY in the hospital? Is there no justice? Do hospitals for broken records even exist?

Posted by: rightisright on March 21, 2006 09:24 AM

I grew up in San Francisco and finally was able to escape! I participated in a pro troop rally in Modesto, CA and the response from the motorists was amazing. The farther you get from the Bay Area, the more patriots you will find. Don't paint all of California with the liberal brush, please. I am a member, and the Northern California coordinator, of the Patriot Guard Riders. As such, I have met patriots of the same mettle as those from the heartland.

Glad you're feeling better and able to write again. You sure as hell were missed.

Posted by: Cheryl on March 21, 2006 09:47 AM

A quote from your linked article: ''There are not enough young people here,'' said Paul Perchonock, 61, a physician. ''They don't see themselves as having a stake.''

I say the young people are not there because they do have a stake. They know this war is right and it's their future we are fighting for more then any others.

I know I should not feed the trolls but to "jb" - Go back and read the Constitution. If the war was uncontitutional do you really believe the moonbat Dems wouldn't have Bush's head on a pike already? Dumbass.

Posted by: Bob M on March 21, 2006 10:21 AM

I can't believe I'm the only one that caught the Quote of the day: "I came today because I want to tell my kids I did everything I could to stand up for what's wrong in our country right now,"

Personally, I'd rather stand up for what's right in our country; that's why I wear the uniform.

Glad you're back Rob. Get better.

Posted by: ernie on March 21, 2006 10:31 AM

Acidman cuts two giant farts, and JB reappears in comments.


Posted by: McGehee on March 21, 2006 01:11 PM

I know I shouldn't feed the troll, but...

"Your ad hominem war against your fellow Americans regarding the unconstitutional war in Iraq (which neither you nor anyone else has proved constitutional) . . ."

JB --

As YOU are the one making the accusation, it is up to YOU to prove said accusation (that the war is "unconstitutional"). Until such time as you have done so, YOU are the only person here making ad hominem attacks.

Posted by: Strider on March 21, 2006 06:00 PM

To my "critics" regarding the legitimacy of war . . .

You need only declare the constitutional basis for refuting what I say . . .

You have not.

You cannot.

But you will offer more fart-laden logic than will the recovering Gut-Dude trying to do so.

Go back to Civics Class. Hell, in 9th Grade I and my classmates could tell you that a presidential, non-Congessionally declared "pre-emptive" war was emminently unconstitutional.

Are y'all so sufficiently suckled at the teat of Rooseveltian "democracy" that you have forgotten we are the "Republic" Franklin feared we would lose?

Yes--you are.

You are the moonbats of the right.


Posted by: jb on March 25, 2006 06:36 AM

OK, so I'm new here, but I'll take a shot at it, JB.

Scenario 1:

1991, Saddam Hussein capitulates in Gulf War I, and agrees to abide by a cease-fire, which has several conditions. Disarmament, compliance with inspectors, etc. No Fly Zones are added after time when Saddam keeps playing the 'cheat and retreat' game. Saddam fired daily at US sorties patrolling this zone. This, combined with 16 UN resolutions saying comply or else. Result: Terms of cease-fire not honored, resumption of state of hostilities occurs.

If you don't like the historical take, there's always scenario 2:

US attacked on 9/11. Worldwide geopolitical reality indicates that unstable states harboring terrorists (e.g. Abu Nidal) and fomenting terrorist actions ($25k to Paleo splodeydope families) are not in the best security interests of US civilization. Saddam's Iraq had been festering under the games described above. UN Security council involved in passing unanimously Resolution 1441 declaring compliance by Saddam or serious consequences (There's the int'l diplomacy for the one-worlder's out there). US Congress authorizes use of force. President acts upon use of force.

All that is pretty Constitutional sounding to my lay understanding.

There, that's not so hard to understand, is it?

Posted by: chunkstyle on March 25, 2006 07:19 PM

Anastasia ó A few of us countermarch a MoveOn protest out here in Studio City. One time a gentleman of the boulevard approached us in a seriously self-medicated street, excitedly yelling, "This is great! I wanna do something! Gimme a sign!"

So I pointed across the street and said, "go over there, they have lots of extra signs."

Last I saw of him he was leading an impromptu parade as he ran down Ventura Boulevard waving their UN flag and they chased him...

Posted by: richard mcenroe on March 25, 2006 10:28 PM

The final Constitutional test of the war cane in Nov of 2004.

Bush is President, Kerry is not.

Get over it.

Posted by: M. Simon on March 26, 2006 10:33 AM
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