Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Ass-Pimple Boy, the 4-F Name-Caller

The pathetic Pigboy with the puckered pimple on his half-staff hemmorhoid that conveniently kept the rest of his chickenhawk ass out of Vietnam has a lot of fucking nerve.

On his radio "show" today, Rushie Limbotomy had the gall, the effrontery to call Major Paul Hackett a "staff puke" because he worked in a civil affairs unit.

And how was all that time you spent in the bunkers and the rice paddies, Fatso? When the rest of us were in the steaming jungles of Southeast Asia, how did you manage to get in all that R&R time? How'd that barstool feel snuggled up between those hairy 4-F butt cheeks? Pretty good, did it? Yeah, I thought so.

Let me clue you in to something, you stupid motherfucker: When you are in a war like Iraq -- and like Vietnam to a very large degree -- there is no such thing as a "staff puke". Everyone is in danger, not just the frontline combat troops. Case in point: A guy I was in Basic Training with ended up as a company clerk down the in the Mekong Delta, where he got killed in a VC attack just a few weeks before he was supposed to come home.

So fuck you, Pigboy, you and your moronic staff-puke neocon trash talk. You wouldn't know a real soldier if he came up and kicked your ass.

Which I have volunteered to do, if you will recall.

I'm still waiting for the chickenshit motherfucker. But I'm not holding my breath.


Anonymous said...

How much time did this guy spend behind bars? Martha spent a big 5 months with 6 months house confinement. Is she a Democrat or something?

Anonymous said...

excellent analysis as always,
I salute you sir!

Rich Gardner said...

I'm a Navy veteran who served during what was mostly peacetime (1991-2001) and as a Personnelman, my position can be fairly described by the term used in Vietnam, a REMF.
Limbaugh's statement is absolutely infuriating!!! How dare a civilian who "never heard a shot fired in anger" criticize the service of a military veteran?!?! Where does Limbaugh get the gall to call Hackett anything but "Sir"?