drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

should draft dodgers like Jonah Goldberg be allowed to speak to their superiors?

I was wondering, because this self confessed draft dodger is whining about the Torture debate.

Clearly since he hates his country that much, that when the NEED for Combat Troops to go over to IranqIstani was calling, he was hiding behind HanoiAnnie Coulter's dress hoping that no one would notice.

Yes, I get it, there is a lot of the funny in watching DraftDodger Jonah Goldberg Whine about DraftDodger Andrew Sullivan....

But really, should we allow these sorts of "stab the troops in the back" liberal types to speak above their pay grade, and that in a time of transferring the tax liabilities unto the unborn baby UBU!!!

Who knows, some day folks like Jonah Goldberg will want to work out why they have always been in favor of torture, except when there is a chance that they could be held accountable on that issue too... at which point it is skuttle, skuttle, skuttle, sideways around and around and around, hoping that this maneuver will make it seem more like they had always opposed torture while upholding the divine rights of presidents to torture whomever they wanted, just so long as wankers like Jonah Goldberg were never held accountable for holding a position for or against....

You know, like the whole Pro-War-For-Others stab the troops in the back kvetch...

And YES. I get it.

ALL of the whiners in Liberal Land are gonna get all Special Olympics Snivelly on me for picking on a Handicapped Person like Jonah Goldberg - who was deprived of his chance to be a great war hero, because the Government was giving all the good billets to Gays And Girls, and he was, well, you know, specially enabled, which is why he had to stay behind....
Tags: republican_pron, torture, war_crimes
Subscribe

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 0 comments