Monday, December 05, 2005

Al-Qaedacratic Leader Coward Dean Commits Sedition on Live Radio in San Antonio

Al-Qaedacratic Leader Coward Dean Commits Sedition on Live Radio in San Antonio

The squealing that you hear in the background is the sound of the Dhimmi-wannabe Al-Qaedacrat surrender-monkeys in heat.  The sound is disgusting – and all the more so since Coward Dean was given a platform to undermine our troops’ morale right here in San Antonio – one of America’s major military hubs.

To add insult to injury, the station that gave Dean the microphone was the 50,000-Watt blowtorch, WOAI, 1200AM, an allegedly “conservative” radio station.  Riiiiiiiiiiiiight.

To express your “appreciation” to WOAI management for hosting the Surrender-Monkey-in-Chief on their station today, click this link to access contact information.

I am the father of a soldier in Iraq.  Our troops deserve better than Coward Dean refusing to even entertain THE POSSIBILITY of a victory by the US in Iraq.  This guy is an Al-Jazeerah producer’s DREAM.

What Dean has done is seditious.  He should be jailed for speaking like this in wartime.  And sponsors advertising on WOAI should be encouraged to drop their ads.


Anonymous SK said...

Is the Texas saying "He needed killin'" still a valid defense there?

Are you counting down the sons arrival yet?

Tue Dec 06, 02:58:00 PM PST  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

It's called freedom of speech.

Which also allows you to voice your opinion.

Not to mention your colorful language.

Tue Dec 06, 04:55:00 PM PST  
Blogger GunJam said...

Hi, sk! T hank you for the visit and post. Yes: Praying that the final weeks will pass quickly -- and safely -- for him and his fellow platoon-mates. Thank you for asking! --- gunjam

Tue Dec 06, 07:39:00 PM PST  
Blogger GunJam said...

Hi, elizabeth! Thank you for the post. The operative word is "sedition." I don't think it enjoys Constitutional protection. (Hint: Look up this word: "war" -- as in we are at ____.) This MIGHT help you understand how Dean was stabbing our fighting men in the back even as they face the enemy on foreign soil. I will admit that I am biased, as my son is one of the ones Dean so knifed. Still, i appreciate your visits, insights, and comments.

Tue Dec 06, 07:44:00 PM PST  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

I looked up sedition in the dictionary: "Conduct or language inciting to rebellion against the authority of the state." Did Howard Dean suggest the U.S. government be overthrown?

Sat Dec 10, 02:33:00 PM PST  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

And by the way, thanks for your nice comment. I enjoy talking to people I disagree with.

Sat Dec 10, 02:34:00 PM PST  
Blogger GunJam said...

Hi, elizabeth! Thank you for looking up the word, "sedition" for me. However, the word I asked you to look up is "war." Anyway, back to sedition, I would say that Dean, by his words, very much potentially incited (as in, encouraged) terrorist actions against OUR government, both at home and abroad. Just because he is doing it by proxy doesn't get him off the hook, in my view. Don't forget that the inauguration of a world-wide "Caliphate" is indeed the goal of the terrorists, thereby predicating a desire on their part to overthrow our Government in the process. Dean is serving as their cheerleader -- whether he is smart enough to recognize it or not. (Ignorance is no excuse in this case.) -- gunjam

Sun Dec 11, 11:45:00 PM PST  

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