The Department of Defense-NFL conspiracy

The web’s premier Neo-Marxist conspiracy website has uncovered another dastardly and nefarious plot!


OMG, the Department of Defense and the NFL are working together. What will we do about this threat? Only Charles Johnson can save us!

147 Comments on “The Department of Defense-NFL conspiracy”

  1. Dudebro says:

    The Department of Defense didn’t know when they went into Iraq that traitors like Brat_worst and the other junior high outcasts that NOW hang out at little balls were going to be cheering for the US to lose and giving life to the insurgency. Funny, no outrage from this loserd that Obama handed Iraq back to radicals who as SOP kill gays.

  2. Octopus says:

    It bothers Dear Fatass that we honor our sons and daughters (not his, of course…he is blessedly without issue) who are serving the country, risking life and limb against an enemy that has sworn to destroy us. This is a bad use of taxpayer dollars, in his dim little brain. A good use, is throwing billions upons billions into the void chasing chimerical “Green Energy.” Other “good uses” include the disastrous Obamacare, paying people not to work, and sending the Unicorn Messiah and his wife on lavish vacations in exotic locales on separate airplanes with full separate Secret Service details.

  3. Octopus says:

    If Chunky McDumbth were to read of the linked article and fully digest its contents, I believe it would lead to a brain-embolism or a stroke. Therefore, I beg of you, Fatass: Don’t read it!

  4. Octopus says:

    Psst! Hey, you guys…how’s the work going on our secret plan to steal Chunky’s GoFundies monies? I say we move soon. 😈

  5. Voltaire's Crack says:

    This is when I miss LVQ. He surely would have delighted us with his commentary on this post.

    I need a Kleenex now.

  6. swamprat says:

    So if I understand this correctly, the military paid for a promotion which they received?
    I wonder if the owners of Anheuser-Busch (Busch Stadium) would approve of such shenanigans?
    Tropicana Field, Raymond James and Emirates Field shall be receiving a sharply worded warning from me not to accept any monies from the military because it would dilute the purity of American sports which the public holds so dear.
    Also, the military fields sports teams! Even Golf!
    Someone should alert the Attorney General.

    • swamprat says:

      Emirates is in Jolly Old England, true, but they still should not take any money from our Military; wouldn’t be cricket, don’cha know.

    • Arachne says:

      Pssst, Fatass – they also sponsor drivers in – GASP! – NASCAR.
      And $5.4 million isn’t even a DENT in the Obama vacation budget for a year.

  7. Octopus says:

    OMFG! The worst governor any state’s ever had in my lifetime, and it had to be my own state. She practically destroyed Michigan’s economy, doing absolutely nothing right during her too-long stay in office. She made a lot of promises, spouted a lot of Libturded lies, but even the Democrats were sick of her crap long before she left for a teaching job at Berkeley.

    Yes, Gus. Let’s make her President. So what if she’s Canadian? We have a Kenyan, now.

  8. swamprat says:

    They just hate the military because the Commander in Chief is a Black Man. I frankly find this open display of racism to be quite disgusting.

  9. swamprat says:

    “Post 9/11 veterans continue to have a higher than average unemployment rate”

    How can this thing be? Our employment rate is wonderful! A wonder in a wondrous world!

  10. Octopus says:

    The suicide-rate among veterans is also a very controversial statistic, loaded with political baggage and statistical anomaly. You can learn something about it here:


    There is little reliable data on veteran suicides, so it makes sense that this figure is widely cited. However, it does not provide much context about veteran suicides.

    While the figure is often cited in connection with recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (it also was used by Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, the group that pushed for the Clay Hunt act), the study was more telling of suicides among older veterans. The average age of male veteran suicides was 59.6 years old — older than non-veteran male suicides. (The Gallup poll shows the percentage of veterans climbs dramatically as the population gets older, making up a majority of those older than 65.) “It is therefore possible that epidemiologic characteristic of suicide in the general population (i.e. higher rates of suicide among older adult males) may contribute to a comparatively high prevalence of Veterans among those who die from suicide,” the VA report noted.

  11. swamprat says:

    They are quoting old anti Bush war propaganda. The problem is that Bush is no longer President. Obama is president now. Obama is responsible for the Commander In Chief’s veterans to get employment, proper psychological counseling and medication, as well as having body armor when they are in military service. Bush is not running the military any longer. Bush is in Texas pondering the proper mix of Prussian Blue to get the sky color just right.

    Old blame-Bush articles freshened up are still old blame-Bush articles. That turd wouldn’t polish then and it certainly won’t polish up now.

  12. kbdabear says:

    Washington and Jefferson were Renaissance Men who had multitudes of accomplishments in diverse fields. They accomplished more before they had breakfast than the sorry garage dweller has accomplished in his life.

    But you know… “nuts”

    • Octopus says:

      Even though I suspect the stew-bum is just trolling here to get a reaction, he should still be taken out and slapped. Slap the taste of Sterno out of his mouth. Might take some dedicated slappage.

    • Because says:


      – Generalissimo Gusso Bummo

  13. Octopus says:

    Remember when Mark Steyn was a frequently-featured author at LGF, at least in cut-and-paste linky form? Well, that was a long time ago. He’s still kicking ass, though. Not begging for donations for nothing, but still selling books. 😉

    Here he weighs in on the Garland terror-attack, with his usual wit and wisdom:

    Indeed. Maybe they’ll kill you last, Fatass.

    • Bunk X says:

      Nah. We’ll push him to the front of the crowd. “This guy speaks fluent Farsi! Talk to him!”

  14. Bunk X says:

    “Just don’t block him or downding him. He hates that.”

  15. Juan Epstein says:

    Wow. That. Tweet. About. Charline. Hating. The. Troops. Struck. A. Nerve.

    What? No. More. Tweets. About. Detroit. Public. Schools?

  16. sven10077 says:

    Chunk deploys Occtard’s Razer, hey Chunk here’s the deal Roger Goodall like all leftist assholes is a greedhead…

    He’s ubfit to carry Pete Rozelle’s jockstrap, the end.

  17. trebob says:

    Charles’ faux-rage is showing. Talk about a tempest in a tea pot. This goofy $5.4M number is over four years (2011-2014) and is mostly the National Guard but includes all areas of the military. Somehow I’m missing the outrage over just the Obama’s Africa/Hawaii jaunts in 2013 costing almost three times that much. Two trips, over $15m and nothing to show for it.

    $5.4M in advertising over four years is small potatoes.

    • Arachne says:

      Bingo, Trebob – I’d sure like to know how much we spend on operating Air Force One in a month taking Prezdint Putz to “official” appearances so that we can pay for him to fundraise and play golf later in the afternoon.

    • Because says:

      What did Nick Searcy’s swimming pool cost?

    • Arachne says:

      BTW, how much was the two jet trip over the Copenhagen to get the Olympics for Chicago. Yeah, like the IOC didn’t see through that BS right away and kick them out first.

    • just poop says:

      Obama cancelled military flyovers at Major league baseball opening day festivities.

      the pilots need to practice flying anyway, so they are still going to fly. and by letting them fly over the stadium it instills national pride and is a wonderful advertisement for the military

      I say fly the military jets and ground that lazy golfer obama

  18. Pakimon says:

    Hey Fatass, you might make it easier for the suckers by linking directly to the GoFundMe page from your Tweet rather than linking to the blog post that has the link. – kbdabear

    Sound advice that Chunky has taken to heart.

    And he claims he never reads here… 😆

    Chunky Panhandling Update:

    Day 3 – $2098

    Day 4 – $2118

    It’s going to be a long grind unless George Soros steps up and makes things right. 😀

    • Pakimon says:

      It’s hilarious how Chunkles rationalizes all the laughing and mocking directed at him by claiming the people laughing at and mocking him are “enraged”.

      The only person I see getting enraged is The Chunkster himself.

      When he’s not busy playing “the man under siege” or “the victim of stalkers” or just being chronically peevish of course…

      Maybe he should try being pompous again.

      Parmigiano Reggiano… un-friggin-believable.

      I’m still laughing about that 😆

      • Arachne says:

        I suppose he doesn’t really get it – we WANT you to raise the money – otherwise you’ll go out of business and the playpen will close.

        What we were laughing and pointing about was your whole holier-than-thou attitude when Ginger engaged in the same practice.

      • Because says:

        Yeah, whatever would we do without our morning LOLipops.

    • Arachne says:

      I think Fatass has run out of side money to make anonymous donations. And the hysterical thing is, of course, he has to pay gift tax on the money.

      So Mr. Stupid as hell will now be paying tax to the fed and the state for money he already had.

      • Octopus says:

        I was thinking the same thing last night. His pump-priming is played out, and he’s got a dry hole in his backyard. What’s next, fracking? Maybe drilling “sideways, bitch?” 😆

        Who donates anonymously? Well, people who don’t want anyone to know they’re donating to a particular cause. Would a person donating to an obscure nobody like Chunky have any reason to hide their identity? I say no. The self-donation plan seems like the most idiotic gambit, which means it’s probably the truth. It’s how he rolls.

      • Arachne says:

        Would not surprise me if he indeed has been contributing in dribs and drabs to his own fund hoping to spark further donations – which is fine with me. But he’s going to lose at least 25% to taxes so instead of having, say, $1000 in play money, he’s now the proud owner of $750. And wonder what’s going to happen when he’s back in a few months asking for more.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Somebody donated as “Brie Velveeta” on the same day he’s going on about Parmesano-Reggiano.

        Coffee spit-take on that one.

      • Because says:

        “Brie Velveta” sounds like some of that Cuban Espanol that Halperin wanted Cruz to habla.

    • just poop says:

      yes Charles

      it is annoying

  19. Octopus says:

    Time to start taking pics at the beach, for a new calendar, or maybe a whole book of entrancing photographs. This time it will sell like hotcakes. I know it will.

  20. Because it takes one says:

    • OLT's Look At What You Did says:

      Welcome to the world you cheered and voted into existence, dumbass.

      You and your Proggie friends and assorted leftover Argentine socialist basket cases.

      The right is so racist that Mark Halperin wants Ted Cruz to speak some Spanish for him. Oh wait, he’s yours.

      I’m just going to sit over here and eat a big bowl of I Told You Os and LMAO as you all get out the knives for each other.

  21. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Outrageous outrage. The DoD set aside money for morale building.

    The EPA paid a guy millions for not working while he was supposed to be on CIA junkets sometimes up to a year but was really at home puttering in his yard. In 20 years no one asked him who he reported to in the CIA or questioned why the EPA should pay him a salary while he’s working for the CIA.

    And the IRS was having team building outings to Hawaii and goofing around making videos all while criminally harassing conservative groups on the taxpayer dime.

    Did any lefturds complain about those criminal and negligent misuses of taxpayer money? Yet the DoD sets aside money for morale building and this is worthy of derision and denunciation at moonbat LGF?

    How about the taxpayer money spent needlessly on the Obungle family’s extravagant vacations such as to Africa? Just for that one I heard all told a cool $100 mil. And no important American interest work to do there, just because they thought it would be cool for the half-black Preezydunce to go visit his ancestral homeland with his entire family. A tenth of a billion dollars spent purely on one politicians vanity.

    How many millions in helicopter/jet fuel have been spent for the Preezydunce to go golfing hundreds of times? He might as well light his cigarettes with $100 bills.

  22. Because says:

    Chunk voxplains BHO:

    • Arachne says:

      OMG!! He’s quoting VOX!! Purveyor of absolute drivel and BS at such a consistent rate that they, like moron Sally Kohn, have a permanent slot at Twitchy!

      • Octopus says:

        I know the Hersh story sounds like bullshit, but look at how much bullshit has been shovelled on top of the American public in the last six years. What if Hersh’s source is telling the truth, or a large part of the truth? I wouldn’t dismiss the wild tale out of hand, without further investigation…which we won’t likely see, from the Palace Guard Media, who’ve circled the wagons as per usual to protect the Unicorn Messiah.

        Plus…Chunky is convinced Hersh is wrong. He and buttboy-Gus started bleating about it immediately yesterday, in a panic to support their divine leader. We here at DoD know what Chunky’s record is, in taking sides on an issue. I’m skeptical of Hersh in this case, having read several books by and seen docs featuring the principal boots-on-the-ground players in Bin Laden’s final act, but I’m keeping my mind a tiny bit open on this. Let’s see what develops. 😉

      • just poop says:

        the left couldn’t get enough of Hersch when he was saying Bush lied us into war

        at least Hersch is consistent and goes after both parties

  23. Because olo olololo hohoh hahahah horkle chortle snort says:

    • Arachne says:

      You know, I never realized just how FAT you have to be to be able to use your stomach as a desk.

      • Because says:

        Laptops are so 0’s. Donate so Chunky can have a shiny new iPad and be one of the cool kids.

      • Arachne says:

        I still have my laptop to take to court with me from time to time.
        But really, who the hell holds it like that. Oh I know? People who want to hide their 100-lb. midsection! Notice he looked “up” into the camera – that’s how you hide the triple chin.

    • rightymouse says:


      • Octopus says:

        …and that’s before he got fat. 😯

        I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if the reason we don’t have a current pic of Dear Fatass is because he is unrecognizable now, and tools around on a heavy-duty electric scooter in public. There are a lot of monstrously obese blobfish clogging up the sidewalks and grocery aisles on these anti-exercise machines, and I’ve noticed many of the men have ponytails. Not sure what the connection is, there.

  24. Because WTF??? says:

  25. Because well, that settles that... says:

    • Arachne says:

      Yeah, because the White House would never LIE about anything, would they, Fatass? You know, like Fast and Furious, the ACA, the IRS.

      How is it you don’t already own the Golden Gate Bridge?

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      Because in Chunky world even if they did it they didn’t.

      • Arachne says:

        Waiting for him to go “all in” on this story as well.
        Looks like George Zimmerman was shot in the face during a road rage incident.
        Will be interested to now see media go all out for the shooter, saying no doubt Zimmerman provoked him.

        I love how the media is saying Zimmerman “was involved in a shooting.” By, you know, being SHOT. God, they just cannot let go of a narrative, can they?

      • OLT's Look At What You Did says:

        He did! He was being all white Hispanic and whatnot.

      • Because says:

        Like Ted Cruz. White Hispanics have is coming like Pam and rape victims and shit.

    • Arachne says:

      Ruh roh, part deux…..

      Who ya gonna believe, Fatty? Your media lords or your messiah?

  26. Octopus says:

    What a bummer, having Moochelle as your graduation speaker. 😦

    Is it possible anyone can be more miserable that this oafish woman? On what should be a wonderful day for college graduates, Debbie Downer comes in to spend her time whining and seeting about how hard she’s got it. Jesus, STFU already.

    Michelle Obama gave a candid view Saturday of the challenges and emotional toll of being the country’s first black first lady.

    Obama, speaking to graduates at Tuskegee University in Alabama, described insensitive media questions and derogatory remarks from political pundits that she said have kept her up at night.

    “You might remember the on-stage celebratory fist bump between me and my husband after a primary win that was referred to as a ‘terrorist fist jab,’ ” she said.
    “And over the years, folks have used plenty of interesting words to describe me. One said I exhibited ‘a little bit of uppity-ism.’ Another noted that I was one of my husband’s ‘cronies of color.’ Cable news once charmingly referred to me as ‘Obama’s Baby Mama.’ ”

    What does any of this have to do with kids graduating?

    “But, as potentially the first African-American First Lady, I was also the focus of another set of questions and speculations; conversations sometimes rooted in the fears and misperceptions of others. Was I too loud, or too angry, or too emasculating? Or was I too soft, too much of a mom, not enough of a career woman?”

    Good Lord, get over yourself already. 😆

    • Whaaaaaaaaaah.
      Everyone doesn’t grovel over me 24-7.
      Free vacations and expensive dinners all the time.

    • Because says:

      “She’d rather be frying some chicken”.

      – J. Halperin

    • rightymouse says:

      Gawd. Hannity just played her speech where she whined and complained at these graduates. Graduation is supposed to be a happy, hopeful time. She was so depressing and painted such a helpless, futile future, I kept asking myself WHY is she doing this??????

      • Because says:

        Because Princeton was so beneath her station in life.

      • rightymouse says:

        My gut tells me that we’re all in for jaw-dropping show-and-tell when they’re out of the White House.

      • Because says:

        Watch. Valdemort will refuse to go, and dare the secret service to remove her. And Mrs. Robinson, too.

        You heard it here first.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Ofergoddsakes. She also had the entire media fawning over her dresses and her hair and her bare arms, and generally gushing all over her 24/7 for about 3 years. She was on the cover of about 400 magazines.

      They don’t do it as much anymore, and she misses it, I think.

      Whatta narcissist.

    • Arachne says:

      Must get Twitter hashtag started.

  27. rightymouse says:

    No, Fatso. We’re laughing at what an abject failure it’s been so far. 😆

    • Arachne says:

      I don’t know anyone who’s upset about you’re fundraiser, Fatty.
      Well, we may be, for sure, but we’re too busy making fun of it right now to notice.

      Oh, and it really has not moved in 24 hours much – maybe $50. And someone has left a snarky comment. Hee.

    • pineapple says:

      Salting your own fund under the name “anonymous” looks real desperate Fatso.

      Someone said it earlier, NO ONE who gives small amounts like that would do so anonymously. If they did, they’d be hyping it on LGF for your blubber-love in return.

      austin_blue posted about his anonymous donation of $365 because it was such an idiotic donation.

    • livefreeor die says:

      Dude, I didn’t even know about your fundraiser, my life has been so busy the last few months.
      And now that I know, I can’t wait to see how much money you DON’T get!

      • Arachne says:

        Indeed. No one is upset he’s doing a fundraiser, but he will not let go of the fairy tale that he, Charles, is the bane of the right wing. You know, when you’re the bane of the right wing you don’t have to send out yellow egg-ed avatars to fight your battles for you, with 500 tweets and five followers. And I’m thinking if we took a looooong look at the yellow egg’s Twitter timeline, he entire purpose is to annoy people talking about the bane of the right wing in a derisive manner so that they will respond to him and then Charles, bane of the right wing, will POUNCE on you and get your account blocked and suspended.

        Because Charles, bane of the right wing, crushes debate.

        All he has is a yellow egg and an 20-year-old Rodan audio.

  28. doppel milyo says:

  29. livefreeor die says:

    Has he posted how racist and teh mean we are to Moochelle?

  30. Because when you legalize hemp... says:

  31. kbdabear says:

    He probably doesn’t borrow money from the band’s leader and skip out though …

    • kbdabear says:

      Elvis: This was our first album with Osama Bin Laden as lead guitarist, replacing Charles Johnson who had left the band (after I gave him money to buy a mobility scooter I might add)

      • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

        WWJD if He encountered Chunky in Safeway on a rascal? J.C. would be cool but I’d tip over the rascal fats, do a touchdown dance, and loudly proclaim I was the victim.

        Then I’d stand on his ponytail until security tazered me off.

        / off topic, kinda

    • Because says:

      Speaking of bin Laden and conspiracy theories, this is C.F. Johnson, 2007:

      Charles 2007-01-10 13:24:35

      Killgore Trout: of course, one reason I write less about Osama bin Laden is because he’s dead.

      He must have been resurrected in order for Obama to kill him.

      • rightymouse says:

        Charles KNEW back then that Osama had been killed at Tora Bora. He was sure at the time that Osama was pushing up daisies.

      • Arachne says:

        The real fallacy there is found in the two words “I write.”

    • rightymouse says:

      $70 total so far in your awesome…fund-raising scheme. Why don’t you get your lazy fat ass out there in the real world & get a job?

    • Because says:


      Charles 2007-07-01 14:04:06

      ChenZhen: the problem with the phrase “go after Osama bin Laden” is that it’s a meaningless parrot squawk. There’s nothing that America could actually do to go after Osama that the left would support.And by the way, I think he’s been dead for a long time.

    • Because says:

      And in 2010.

      Charles 2010-03-07 10:36:16

      This could mean that we’re getting close to Osama bin Laden — if he’s actually alive, which I still think is doubtful.Wouldn’t it be something if Barack Obama managed to do what George Bush couldn’t do in 8 years — catch bin Laden?If that happens, the spinning from the right might knock the Earth off its axis. Massive cognitive dissonance will ensue.

      So he’s coming back to like because Teh Won.

    • Because says:

      He just came back to life.

      Charles 2010-03-17 11:49:02

      I hope the Obama administration captures Bin Laden alive, just so I can savor the exploding wingnut heads. Imagine the furious spinning and conspiracy theories that would ensue. It would be highly amusing, if you enjoy that kind of humor.

      • Arachne says:

        Well, you obviously do enjoy that kind of humor. But of course, when it was discovered that the found bin Laden through intelligence developed by enhanced interrogation techniques and the bravery of Seal Team Six – coupled with news of Valerie Jarrett not wanting to take him and saying so three times, Obama having to be dragged in from the golf course to deal with it and the most staged and silly “on the scene” photo in history. Not to mention the contstant football spiking, yeah we rather enjoyed the exploding heads. But they weren’t ours. Everyone was happy they got Osama, and they knew it was a matter of time. But watching Obama look like a narcissic asshat about his killing was highly amusing.

        If you enjoy that kind of humor.

      • Because says:

        Do not speak the name Valdemort.

  32. Arachne says:

    Five days…..and not even at 22% of total reached. Well maybe it’ll surge, Fatty. Stranger things have happened. Worthwhile to note that two grass roots Gofundme pages – the one for the bakery targeted by looters in Ferguson and the pizza parlor targeted by media in Indiana – made that in 15 minutes. And it was all “word of mouth” via twitter.

    Well, to all those who are thinking of donating: More power to you – but never forget all of this plea for money is so Fatass does not have to get a job. You are essentially financing him sitting on his ass and tweeting all day.

    Notice unlike Ginger, who, agree with him or not, at least is actually writing stories and going to news sites in person; unlike the Fatass business model, which is sit around all day, find stories, bring them to his site, write an inane “introductory” paragraph and then tweet it out – two or three times if he thinks it’s important, and always insinuating that it is HIS story that he researched himself. He is not going on scene to write anything. He is waddling from his laptop to his refrigerator and cupboard and back again.

    Weasel Zippers has more integrity – Drew never pretends to do anything more than aggregate news services. He has a quickie fundraiser to pay for the site for one year for a week in February. That’s it. And he isn’t asking for a set amount – just whatever you could do to help him defray a cost. Fatty is living off the work of others – up to now it was just the actual work that people did – now he wants the money made through the work of others. The only original content on his site – the only real essays are those written by the his little clown car of crazy. No wonder he promotes them constantly to the front page – he’s praying no one notices that he’s not the author and can always point to it as “original content” – without any emphasis on the fact that it’s not HIS original content.

    You know who else did this? Ariana Huffington. People were writing great pieces for the Post and she sold it for $300 million. And guess what. The people who did the real work were surprised when she walked away with the cash and never paid them a cent for their contributions. Yeah, they were pissed. They sued her for $105 million.
    The rationale of “well, we gave them a platform – they shouldn’t complain. Okay, fine. But watching her get ripped a new one for out and out Greed was funny as well. Oh, and it’s interesting that HP was accused of the same thing Fatso is accused of – “appropriating” the stories and posting the same to their blogs in a method not designed to drive traffic to the work’s originator.

    And Fatty would like YOU to finance this – with money you make from leaving your home and working for a living. Ask yourself – what’s changed in the last five or so years? He was able to keep his site going with the advertising that was there but NOW he suddenly needs $10,000? Nice round sum that. About the same as the minimum social security payment. I’m just sayin’.

    He’ll be back, by the way, in about 6 months or so (maybe sooner) looking for another handout.

    But we here at DoD really hope you’re all foolish enough to give it to him. Because, you know, everybody needs a “hobby.” Even us.

    • pineapple says:

      A wise man by the name of Cato once said a few years ago. “Content is getting a little thin around here.”

      Of course Cato was right.

      Fatso banned him when it should have been a wake-up call.

      That cut and paste blog is just horrid now and getting worse.

  33. Octopus says:

    He hasn’t received dime one from me, I promise you. Not even a penny, under an assumed name. I figure the advertising we do for him here is worth over $10K/yr. He should be paying me. 😆

  34. Octopus says:

    This is how Ice-T’s lovely wife Coco and her sister stay in such marvelous shape — they call it, “hoenastics.” Looks like fun. 🙂

  35. Octopus says:

    It would be much better summed up by one word: “Who?”

  36. trebob says:

    Dear Moderators,

    I have a stupid comment in moderation. The moderation monkey is capricious and arbitrary and also a poopy-face.



  37. Nomad says:

    Most bloggers of any prominence pretty much forgot about him by 2010 or so. But he still likes to think they’re really bothered by him.

  38. JimboXL says:

    Think of what $2000 could do to help a person in need, rather than help to publish more hate nobody wants.

  39. pineapple says:

    Stanley Sea says……

    Vile racism is rampant in this country.

    Not just run of the mill racism you see, it’s “celebratory death racism” that’s now spreading across the land.

    She’s trying to fight it, but there are a heck of a lot of bad people out there, some are living next to her.

    This is serious stuff folks……

    Stanley Sea is a major goofball.

  40. Because says:

    Hey Chunk. Here is a heart Fuck You to you and your “I’m for the First amendment BUT” crowd.

    No buts, fatso. Geller Ackbar!

  41. pineapple says:

    Yet they are flourishing by NOT ignoring them go figure.

    What ignorant dipshit Fatso is. He’s not fooling anyone.

    He has ZERO control outside his flunky little blog and it drives him out of his mind.

    • livefreeor die says:

      Wow, Charles,
      You’re so brave (sniff). You are an inspiration to people who’ve destroyed successful blogs (sob sob).