You really think I'd let you off so easy?? HAHAHAHAHAHA<quoted text>
Didn't you threaten to find my post and show us what I wrote, dumbass? Did you find it and discover you're an idiot?
Polling the ignorant doesn't have much significance. For instance, almost all the people polled thinks there's some kind of government shut down being negotiated. That's complete ignorance. There is no government shut down. It's a hoax. 87 percent of the government is unaffected. That's all the government we need, and still more government than we can pay for. We need to cut even more than that 13 percent.
Not on your life, you commie scum. I'l let you twist in the wind for awhile. Ask Gunner how I did it to him.
It's obvious you talked aboout the ghosts, because now you're backpeddling like a desperate fool. Too bad your Honda Rebel has no reverse!!
You keep denying what you said about talking to ghosts in your TV, and I'll keep reminding you of what you said.
I've got the post, and you know it. That's your problem. Your diaherrea of the mouth causes you to type all sorts of ignorance without thinking about it.
No Gov't shutdown?? Alow me to prove what a filthy liar you are.
""Government shutdown hits military towns hard""
Fayetteville, N.C., is one such community, heavily dependent on Ft. Bragg. The news that many civilian defense employees will return to work helps ease the pain.
""AYETTEVILLE, N.C.— First, Robert Randles got "riffed" — removed from his building inspector job at Ft. Bragg as part of the military's "reduction in force."
Next, he got "sequestered" — forced to take an unpaid day off every week for six weeks this summer from his new job as an electrician at the Army base.
Then, this month, Randles, a 50-year-old Army veteran, became a victim of the government shutdown. Along with 7,250 other civilian government workers at Ft. Bragg, he was furloughed.
The shutdown sent shock waves through Fayetteville, a tough, vibrant military town that for decades has enjoyed a symbiotic relationship with the sprawling military reservation on its shoulder. When asked where they're from, many Ft. Bragg soldiers born and raised elsewhere reply, "Fayetteville."
Fayetteville would still be a sleepy Southern hamlet without Ft. Bragg and the Army's adjacent Pope Field. The city's identity is inextricably bound with the military, from the gun stores and strip clubs along Bragg Boulevard to the "Iron Mike" paratrooper statue at the entrance to the city's revitalized downtown.""
go tell your stupidity to the military at Ft. Bragg.
Make sure th eHonda Rebel is running and in gear, so's you can make your escape before the soldiers rip you to shreds.
Tell us more of your "Sarge" lies!! I notice you haven't tried the military lies since Ghost made a fool out of you for your ignorance about Vietnam1!