Nate Tabor: Idiot
Um, funny thing is that I was exercising those rights before and after this war started and the only people who think I shouldn't are the "freedom-loving" fuckwads of the Republican Party (i.e., Mr. Limbaugh) The sad thing is the "brave men and women" in Iraq are fighting for nothing. If not a single one of them had been killed in this bullshit war, I'd still be sitting here with the right to whine, moan and protest. More from the dumbass:
"How DARE you imply that we hate freedom?" That's what red-faced Liberals say, even as they protest against the war for freedom in Iraq and call our President a war criminal.
Liberals are such hypocrites, and I for one am sick of it.
Our brave men and women in uniform are fighting and dying on foreign soil, thousands of miles away from their homes, so that these misguided, misanthropic Liberals can exercise their Constitutionally protected rights to whine, moan and protest in public.
Conservatives, on the other hand, truly love freedom - so much so that when necessary, they are willing to fight to preserve and protect it, as well as to export it around the world and extend it to other peoples less fortunate than we are.This discussion is all over the place today, but here's my take: If you really believe that Iraq is a war for freedom and that Conservatives are "willing to fight" for it, then go fucking do it. You look like you're a good, soldierly age.
Talk about a hypocrite.
Now here's where Nate goes from idiot to liar.
Let me give you a few examples of how patriotic Americans should support our troops.NO, ASSHOLE! How old are you that you don't remember Bush Senior sent troops to Somalia and it served as an extra little "fuck you" to the incoming Clinton:
Bill Clinton was one of the worst Presidents in American history...blah blah blah...
Yet when newly elected President Clinton launched his 1993 "nation-building" experiment in Somalia, by turning U.S. troops over to incompetent United Nations commanders, most Conservatives supported our soldiers - even though they disagreed with Clinton's unconstitutional action and the deadly disaster that it ultimately produced at Mogadishu.
With only weeks left in his term as president, George Bush responds to the UN request, proposing that US combat troops lead an international UN force to secure the environment for relief operations. On December 5, the UN accepts his offer, and Bush orders 25,000 US troops into Somalia. On December 9th, the first US Marines land on the beach.Are you that stupid or do you just think all of your readers are?
More from the moron
When Clinton later sought NATO military action in the former Yugoslavia, intervening in behalf of the desperate Bosnian Muslims who were being slaughtered in a ruthless campaign of ethnic cleansing by the Serbs, most Conservatives did not protest - despite the fact that no vital U.S. interest was being threatened in the Balkans.Again, bullshit. (There are a bunch of great quotes here, but these apply directly.)
In November and December of 1995, Congress debated the deployment of United States Armed Forces to Bosnia and Herzegovina. H.R. 2606 was a Republican bill offered to prohibit the use of funds from being used for the deployment of U.S. forces in the region. H.R. 2606 passed the House 243-171, but failed in the Senate 22-77.Idiot:
In addition, the Republican-led House Resolution 302 “reiterates serious concerns and opposition to the President’s policy” regarding the deployment of American peacekeepers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This Resolution passed 287-141. In contrast, a Resolution offered by Democrats (H. Res. 306), which “unequivocally supports the men and women of the United States Armed Forces who are carrying out their mission in support of peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina” was defeated 190-237, with 219 Republicans voting against it.
• “It is neither in the President's nor the country's best interests to forge ahead with a plan to send United States troops to Bosnia without the full support of the American people through their representatives… Congress has a duty to exercise its power of the purse when it feels the President is making a grave mistake.” Majority Leader DeLay, Floor Statement, 11/17/95
• “I believe the President has made a grave mistake. He has put Americans in danger without clearly articulating what national security interest requiring the use of United States forces is at stake in Bosnia.” Majority Leader DeLay, Floor Statement, 11/17/95
• "US troops will be deployed in Bosnia no matter what the Congress does. Congress should support the troops without endorsing the president's policy." Sen. Arlen Specter, CNN, 12/14/95
• “Even though, as Commander in Chief, the President has the constitutional authority to commit United State soldiers to Bosnia, I cannot support a plan that does not minimize the risks to, and maximize the security of, our troops, especially a deployment that is not vital to our national security interest.” Rep. Sam Brownback, Floor Statement, 12/14/03
• “It is because I support the troops, because I am concerned about their well-being, that I am opposed to sending troops to Bosnia. I have no doubt that the Americans who serve in the Armed Forces of the United States will go where their Commander in Chief sends them. They will serve proudly. They will do their job well. That is not the issue here.” Sen. Phil Gramm, Floor Statement, 12/6/95
When Clinton invaded Haiti with UN approval, supposedly to restore law and order and democracy, most Conservatives didn't protest - even though the Marxist dictator Aristide was restored as ruler of Haiti through the intervention of our American military.Why he's full of shit:
Finally, when Clinton decided to bomb Iraq and obliterate its infrastructure with cruise missiles, merely to deflect attention from his own proven perjury and pending impeachment trial, there was no outcry from most Conservatives.
Last December, on the eve of the House impeachment vote, President Clinton ordered air strikes on Iraq. The result is murky at best, the reasons unclear.There are more, but since that fuckwit's my senator and the quote seems to be so applicable today, that's my favorite. And, while we're at it, the truth about Clinton's bombing of Iraq, from George Dubya's own weapons inspector.
Each time the President has acted, charges of "wag the dog" have reverberated around the globe. Whether those charges are true or false is no longer material. What is material is that the President of the United States is not credible. He is not trusted. He cannot act in the best interest of America.
He has lost the moral mantle of leadership.
He has selfishly placed this nation in jeopardy.
It is precisely this kind of situation, I am convinced, that worried America's founding fathers as they devised the impeachment mechanism to remove a sitting president whose actions endangered the republic.
-Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS)
Information found to date suggests that Iraq's large-scale capability to develop, produce, and fill new CW munitions was reduced - if not entirely destroyed - during Operations Desert Storm and Desert Fox, 13 years of UN sanctions and UN inspections.Tabor goes on and on and on, explaining, I suppose in his mind, why I hate freedom because I don't want to bomb a country based on bullshit excuses and don't like to see my fellow soldiers come home in body bags. It's all too tiring...
Let me say it one more time, though.
Nate Tabor's an idiot.