And I thought GOPers were bomb throwers

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15 Responses to And I thought GOPers were bomb throwers

  1. When someone shows you who they are…

    (also the comments are full of “hurr durr it sez inert, libtards!!” because a wingnut couldn’t see symbolism is it was surrounded by blinking neon lights that spell out “SYMBOLISM YAH ASSHOLE!!!” )

    I got 1000 Quatloos that says it’s 2 months or less when one of them brings a LOADED weapon onto the floor and starts waving it around?

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    • artahzen says:

      First they took away the mags so that the traitors could come into the People’s House armed and ready to kill Dems. Then they allowed smoking in the building so they can 2nd hand smoke kill Dems that they miss with their 2nd Amendment rights. Now they are bringing bombs. Tell me again how they are not the scum who invaded the Capital, gave tours to the Maga’ts before the insurrection, and helped kill police officers.


  2. skinnydennis says:

    Today’s PSA.
    “The term “fragging” was derived from the fact that a fragmentation grenade was rolled into the area where an officer or NCO was sleeping. When it exploded, no fingerprints could be found. The target was often a leader who was hated because he was incompetent in leading men, or excessively harsh in his discipline, or overly aggressive in waging war (putting the lives of soldiers and Marines at unnecessary risk just so that he could gain glory and advance his own career).”

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  3. gruaud says:

    I think ‘inert’ is a typo, he most likely meant ‘insert’.

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  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

    Milli Brazilli is familiar with these grenades from his time deployed in Vietnam where he was a top officer as well as a popular USO performer.

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  5. makarman says:

    Did all of us actual taxpayers foot the bill for the ~220 elephant suppositories?

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  6. Art says:

    As a member of the GOP, long story, I have observed that this party does have certain things in common with grenades: As a collective the party has a history of coming apart under the pressure of hate and bigotry with enough force to wound, maim, kill anyone in the vicinity, friend or foe, and generally leave a path of destruction in our wake.


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