Pic of the Day (or last three years, even)

People rag on me daily for my position on the U.S. military engagement in Iraq and for covering South Park related issues. Here’s (finally) absolute proof that the South Park message significantly impacts the American political scene — as well as soldiers on the firing line.

It’s also proof that the designation “South Park Republican” is absolute oxymoronic bullshit.

Props to Daniel via Xeni.

12 Comments
  1. Ha! Looks like he’s still in *Middle Eastern Nation we most recently attacked*, though.

  2. It is amazing what you can do with Photoshop…

    I am a pro-military Libertarian and I am a veteran of The Untied States Navy. I served during the First Gulf “Conflict.”

    I think Bush did a good job with Afghanistan; however, we should have pulled our troops completely out last year.

    I am not nearly so happy with Iraq. I do not have a big problem with going into Iraq; however, everything except the actual destruction of Iraq’a army has been handled poorly.

    Mike Sylvester

  3. “It is amazing what you can do with Photoshop”

    Ah yeah, sure, and the Zogby poll was fake too, I assume? Everyone there wants to stay and they all believe in the mission? Like hell.

    “I am a pro-military Libertarian”

    Philosphically inconsistent. You support an institution entirely financed by extorted tax money…

    “I think Bush did a good job with Afghanistan; however, we should have pulled our troops completely out last year.”

    What do you mean “we” and “our”? I didn’t put them there, did you? As for the “good job” what right does the US regime have to steal people’s money because they happen to live in a large part of North America and then use it to bomb people who just happen to live in a country whose regime asks for actual evidence before handing over an alleged terrorist to a foreign country?

    And then there are the objective results. Not so great, either.

  4. “I am not nearly so happy with Iraq. I do not have a big problem with going into Iraq; however, everything except the actual destruction of Iraq’a army has been handled poorly.”

    paul) And why was the destruction of Iraq’s Army something I should have paid for? If you want to destroy any more countries’ armies, kindly please leave the tax victims out of it. I could think of better uses for my money.

  5. … and just what good did destroying Iraq’s army serve? What good did ousting Saddam serve? Sure, Saddam was a baddie, but big deal. The place was safer and more stabe and most importantly SECULAR prior to the “good deed” being done.

    Afghanistan was totally unneccessary. It should surprise you not at all that of course now we are exporting our war on drugs over there and they engaged in strife as well.

    Pro-war people just don’t get it. You cannot go on military adventures with a stated purpose and maintain that limited focus. Just before we went into Afghanistan, I knew perfectly well that it was a prelude for things to come and it would be one thing after another excuse. Interventionism breeds interventionism. It’s a treadmill and the only way to end it is to get the hell off. No excuses or lame appeasment to the establishment who have a vested interest in expanding the conflict through whatever means that can manufacture.

  6. mike is right, if a bit blind to what happened the first time. feel a bit more tired every day after getting home there? you can clearly see the comma extending beyond the bottom of the armor and into the treadwell IN THE SAME PLANE

  7. “Screw I’m you guys going home”?

    They really get the brighest and best in the military, don’t they?

  8. I guess they don’t respect President Bush’s au-thor-i-tah.
    That’s okay, neither do I.

  9. For anyone who thinks this is fakery or clever photoshopping, you might want to look at the original.

    My money is on this being the real deal.

  10. I think it’s real, too. I blew it up and found three questionable black pixels. If this was photoshopped, the rest of the job was very good, and I can’t see someone that good missing the obvious. I think the shadowing directly above the track is just that, shadowing.

    If this is a fake, it deserves to go in the LibertarianGirl hall of fame simply for the quality of the forgery.

  11. Beg your pardon Mr. Sylvester, I am ex-military, grew up in it and served during Vietnam,but was never in country as they say. So here are a couple of points that need to be cleared up and no offense intended. In neither of these conflicts was “war declared”. How is it we can get involved and ignore article 1 sect. 8 of the Constitution?
    I would like to know what the financial relationship is between BP and Q8 Oil. As I recall Q8 oil is big in Britain? How much of BP does the House of Windsor hold?
    And all most final question that needs to be resolved why was Tommy Franks not held accountable for failing to close the “back door” at Tora Bora, which allowed bin Laden to escape?
    One more. Did you read about the 70 emails to FBI Hdqrts regarding Moussaoui before Sept, 11, 2001? The story was in today’s NY Times.
    Thanks,
    M.H.W.

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