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Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2011-08-22

Their grief and frustration could have been avoided if they had simply enlisted into the Coast Guard.

Cena_mark - 2011-08-22

My grief comes from the fact that my branch hasn't done more to liberate Iraq.

Shanghai Tippytap - 2011-08-22

Liberate it from who? Us?

Cena_mark - 2011-08-22

Before the U.S. liberated Iraq it was a perfect place. The candy fountains flowed and rainbows filled the sky. Saddam gave every citizen freedom and happiness.

Xenocide - 2011-08-22

Hey, look guys, a place that isn't perfect.

Let's bomb it until it is.

baleen - 2011-08-22

Thanks for falling for my trap cena, you dumb redneck hypocrite.

baleen - 2011-08-22

oh, hey cena!


SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-08-22

Further confirmation that "Libertarians" like Cena don't know what a power vacuum is.

Syd Midnight - 2011-08-22

Seems like we can't leave Iraq until we've installed a government strong enough to keep the rebels, terrorists, and minority peoples from causing a civil war, coup, or revolution, and a police force that can kick down doors, torture insurgents, and bomb rebel hideouts so we don't have to, at which point it'll be back where it was in the 80s except a lot brokener, deader, poorer, and with a burning hatred of America that isn't just national propaganda but an integral part of their national heritage. So high fives all around.

If you're just disappointed that you didn't get a chance to shoot brown people you can always join the Oath Keepers, they're full of guys with blueballs because the military didn't trust them enough to go anywhere near combat.

baleen - 2011-08-23

For the past year or so I've had the nagging suspicion that people who support Ron Paul are for the most part people that voted for George Bush and supported the wars originally (like Cena).

Ron Paul is kind of cleansing agent of failure. You can forget about how much you fucked up the country by voting for Ron Paul. You can even pretend, as Cena has done, that you were never for going to Iraq in the first place. It really depends how they want to feel at any given time.

The funny thing about Cena_mark in particular is that he can't even stick to cena_mark 2007 or Cena_mark 2011. He has admitted that he is "coming to terms with his Christianity," which is kind of impressive all things considered, and probably has something to do with what he chosen to believe Ron Paul represents, but then he reverts back into his old war mongering ways the moment his faux military camaraderie is threatened.

Being in the Coast Guard doesn't let you talk about "being in the military" as if you're somehow even remotely as connected to the wars in the same way that my brother was when he had to determine whether or not to gun down fishermen/terrorists who wanted to blow up innocent people. It's a joke that you even try to do this, Cena.

Cena_mark - 2011-08-23

Hey Gayleen, what's funny about that video is everything I said about Obama's presidency is presently coming to fruition.
I know what a power vacuum is, that's why we must stay in Iraq till we know they can handle freedom on their own.

baleen - 2011-08-23

You said absolutely nothing except cry over a intentionally inflicted knife wound. With wrestling makeup on your face. You've never "predicted" anything. You are not "in the military."

Cena_mark - 2011-08-23

Read the first sentence of this article.

Ursa_minor - 2011-08-23


Ocyrus - 2011-08-23

Cena's just jealous he wasn't man enough for the Marines.
I was digging shallow graves in Afghanistan before you got the first hair between your legs, boy.

Abstract Fainter - 2011-08-23

Notice that the wikipedia article mentions the coast guard to say they exist and that they aren't really in with the real military.

baleen - 2011-08-23

I'm aware that the Coast Guard falls under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Military, thanks Mark.

You are not allowed to say you pitch for the Atlanta Braves just because you pick up their bats and wash their towels.

Cena_mark - 2011-08-22

Future John Kerrys.

baleen - 2011-08-22

So I guess you're not voting for Ron Paul then? Can you please at least try to keep some kind of narrative consistency here? I want this to be easier for you.

Cena_mark - 2011-08-23

When have I ever stated an interest of voting for that kook. I'm a libertarian, but I believe in fighting terrorists on their turf.

baleen - 2011-08-23

You're not a libertarian, and you're a moron.

Abstract Fainter - 2011-08-23

Baleen, don't be so hard on him. He can be a libertarian AND a moron.

Xenocide - 2011-08-22

The success of Obama's Libya operation is one of the strongest refutations of the Iraq strategy we've seen yet. Not a single boot on the ground, not a single American dead, and the mission was completed in a few months.

Or you could have thousands of boots on the grounds, tens of thousands dead, billions of dollars wasted, all for a non-mission that's lasted eight years and gone nowhere.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-08-22

Did us bombing the fuck out of Libya accomplish something? I must have missed that part, because last I checked it resulted in more mass killings and us sticking our nose into the governance of a country that the oil companies directed us to go into to protect their interests.

I mean, we would never. Thank God we went into Libya and it didn't take quite as long to bomb the fuck out of it as Iraq took.

Xenocide - 2011-08-23

Let's ask Gaddafi if it accomplished anything.

Cena_mark - 2011-08-23

Exactly Xenocide. Gaddafi is an asshole, supported terrorism, and deserves everything coming to him. So we dropped some bombs on them. Gives our Gayvy and Chairforce guys something to do.

Void 71 - 2011-08-23

Bombing the shit out of ragheads is fine as long as Obama does it.

baleen - 2011-08-23

While Mark is a total moron not capable of rationalizing any of his decisions or his opinions about anything, Libya was war done right. Remarkably few casualties, low cost, and most importantly, international mandate and support.

Bort - 2011-08-23

There is the small matter of the UN Security Council vote on Libya (11 yea votes, 0 nay votes, 4 abstentions). I am highly skeptical if the US says we need to take military action, or if NATO says we need to take action ... but the UN is a lot closer to impartial about these things.

Not making any predictions what Libya will be like without Kaddafi. We'll see.

svraz - 2011-08-25

I stand by the theory that Cena and Baleen are the same person. However this schtick has been going on for so long that doubt is creeping in.

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