Mo’ bigotry

Bill, the bigot I mentioned earlier, apparently took to googling his name and decided to leave a comment that makes no sense.

14 Responses to “Mo’ bigotry”

  1. Jeffersonian says:

    Bill has “issues.”

  2. HL says:

    Trayvon labled the bad guy? He has got to be fucking kidding.

    The media chose to use pics of Trayvon when he was 13 while calling Zimmerman a “white hispanic”.

    He is nuckin’ futts!

  3. Kevin Baker says:

    Sure it makes sense: “I don’t feel the need to carry a gun, so you, you small-dicked coward, cannot. Because I say so.”

  4. Robert says:

    Imaginary vietnam service syndrome. It’s a pity to see it in public.

  5. Jack says:

    I also love that he pens an editorial about how all the threats that CCW’s worry about are imaginary.

    And then in response to mockery of his editorial, he screams about his own fears of being in a crossfire between a CCW carrier and a bad guy.

    You see his fears about voilence are legitimate and require legislation, restriction of rights, and the force of the state.

  6. Drake says:

    Piss on that effete sack of shit. His words have no iron.

  7. Darrell says:

    Unc, ladies and gentlemen, it didn’t happen like that. I’m a regular reader and commenter at this blog. I was visiting the site and read the original post, then followed the link to the letter to the editor. I recognized the writer as my older brother. I told a sister about it; she mentioned it to him. He asked me for a link to the original post at this blog, which I provided. He chose to comment, and Unc chose to reply, as did quite a few others. Sorry for the kerfuffle, if that’s what it was.

    And yes, he did serve in the Army as he stated. I can’t speak to the particulars of what he did while in Vietnam, I was a kid at the time. He was an officer in heavy artillery, then trained as a helicopter pilot, then flew Hueys, IIRC.

    I could say a lot more, but I won’t. I find the whole experience rather funny, and an example of how small the Web/the world can be at times.

  8. Jerry says:

    Swedish K, it’s new version of that ‘O so popular diet breakfast cerial, but, with meatballs.

  9. Darrell says:

    And by the way, the “Swedish K” is the Carl Gustav M/45 SMG. It is indeed sometimes called the Swedish K, short for Kulsprutepistol m/45.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Gustav_M45

    I’ve never shot one, or even seen one. I do have a thing for Swedish Mausers, though, I own several. 😉

  10. SayUncle says:

    Darrell, that is awesome. The internet makes the world smaller

  11. Darrell says:

    Thanks, Unc.

    I forgot to mention, US forces DID use the Swedish K in ‘Nam, too (read down in the wiki article). Did my brother? I don’t know.

  12. Lyle says:

    I just want to say that someone who supposedly fought for freedom overseas might want to step back and think about what the word means. I understand that just because someone is in the military doesn’t mean that they understand and embrace the meaning of the American Founding Principles– many were drafted at a young age. Being as we’re decades past that war, there’s been plenty of time to think about it though. What was America fighting for? Trying to stop the spread of communist aggression, why? For advocates of liberty it’s not a terribly difficult question.

    For everyone else, I suppose it’s; “One, two, three, whatre we fightin’ for. Don’t ask me I don’t give a damn…” And those will be the same people impugning our constitutional rights at home.

  13. Bobby says:

    The bull is stacked higher and higher…

  14. Phelps says:

    Mortars aren’t guns.