Monday, June 11, 2012

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In honor of patriotic songs and the National Anthem I'll put in my two cents. If the National Anthem is so hard to sing as Bill Press, a famous liberal donkey-dick said last week, maybe the song below qualifies.

By the way, If they'd let SINGERS do the Anthem instead of clowns like Roseanne Barr Arnold (whatever her fucking name is these days) maybe it wouldn't be so fucking difficult to handle. And although I love Aerosmith, Steven Tyler has no business tackling the song either. He's a rocker for Christ sakes - not an opera singer with a three octave range.

3 comments:

CharlieDelta said...

I remember when that fat-fuck Roseanne (too many candy bars) Barr butchered the National Anthem here at Jack Murphy Stadium and was immediately boo'd off the field. Guess that dumb bitch didn't realize she was in a military town of all places to pull that kind of shit.

I have despised the cunt ever since that day. I think if I saw her in public I would have to spit in her face like she symbolically spit on our flag. It would almost be worth the ass-kickin' I would surely receive from her body guards.

At the minimum, I would pay good money to watch her get her ass KO'd by some big badass bitches like these girls or similar.

Put that shit on Pay Per View and watch the money come flooding in.
It would be better than any Tyson fight I ever paid for that's for sure...

CharlieDelta said...

One more thing...

...Those who don't like, or who get offended by our National Anthem or any other patriotic song for that matter, are free to get their unAmerican asses out of here. Move to France or Cuba or Russia. Anywhere but here. Your choice, assholes.

I would be all for my tax dollars going towards your one-way ticket out of here forever. One condition applies... if you're caught back on U.S. soil ever again you will be shot on site. No exceptions.

Enjoy your life away from the USA that you despise so much. Now go fuck yourselves and don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out...

Robert Hewes said...

they played that at our graduation from basic training, and the entire company cried like little girls.