Abu Gharibing the analogies
Here, for your Saturday morning’s enjoyment, is a collection of select quotes from Doug Giles, the motel minister who tries mightily to “get down wit da kidz” through his awkward use of slang and pop cultural references:
Millions of working-hard and playing-hard Americans took a day off Thursday to properly give major props to the 25 million vets who died defending this grand land.
And thatâ€™s where our bad-to-the-bone boys and girls in uniform come in!
You remember our nationâ€™s virtues donâ€™t you? Come onâ€¦think backâ€¦way backâ€¦ (Maybe some drugs will help you.)
From a qualitative standpoint, what these young guns get from the military and then bring to the USâ€™s table is now more necessary in our wafty and wussy society than a Bose voice processor is for Ashlee Simpsonâ€™s whimpering voice.
Itâ€™s hard not to go Van Gogh when one looks at the societal swill within our culture, because it often seems as if discipline, patriotism and sacrificial living are vanishing from our national spirit faster than a large order of fries would in front of Michael Moore.
In Mooreâ€™s film, this myopic agenda-laden loser highlighted the exception (the atypical soldier) and not the rule for his propaganda purposes, which left the ludicrous Leftâ€™s splooged-brain droogies with the impression that our soldiers are bad peopleâ€¦very bad and stupid people
Aside from Moore and his glazed-eyed followersâ€™ anti-military spirit, there is also an anti-greatness antagonistic metrosexual â€œthangâ€ going on within in our society that is softening our men away from the necessary masculine traits that our soldiers embody–characteristics that have made our nation Valedictorian of the Planet.
You guys have met the metrosexuals havenâ€™t you? You can now find them, like an STD, everywhere in America.
Today, instead of men celebrating the testosterone fog God created us to live in, which makes us by fiat the provider, protector, hunter and hero of our nation, men now are preening, irresponsible, passive navel gazers to whom responsibility, courage, self sacrifice, and honor have become dirty words.
Yes, at least the ones who are protecting our land havenâ€™t bought into the Queer Eye for the Straight Guy garbage. Hopefully our soldiersâ€™ attitude, what they live and die for will once again be resurrected within our land in this critical hour before we become a completely neutered neutralized Nancy Boy nation.
My ClashPoint is this: America owes a lot to its veterans and our current soldiers, not only for the sacrifices they made and still make for our freedom but for who they are as individuals and the largesse of spirit they represent as a collective body. We should shun both those that rail against our great warriors (who protect us in more ways than we know) and we should avoid the boy- band softening of our culture that takes away the internal grist of our inner warrior.
Oh, and Doug gives us tips on how to spot “metrosexuals”:
Wax their eyebrows
Â· Go to the gym way, way too much
Â· Use four different products in their hair (and actually call them products)
Â· Check their hair several times in their spoonâ€™s reflection while dining at a bistro
Â· Actually enjoy clothes shopping, and
Â· Are their own love interest.
Yeah. I’ve seen guys like that.