Saturday, July 28, 2012

Allen West kicks Pepe's ass

7 comments:

Mr roT said...

Sarah Palin also understand that simple biology dictates the function and operation of the joint and the ass! Pepe's ass quivers in a pleasant (for him) anticipation of the political revenge gang-rape by revengeful transexual wives in Ghana or some such terrestrial Hell.

Mr roT said...

Marine training taught West so keep talking when a retarded interrupts. I should have had him teach me a thing or two. I don't think he exactly handed the islamofascist his ass. That, it has been shown sufficiently that it is required to beat sense into those extremists as if you're dealing with a stubborn, stupid mule.

However, I appreciated West's short lesson about Lepanto (where the writer Cervantes severely injured a hand in a sea battle, not just hanging around smoking like Col. Fucking Kerry) and the mention of Tours was a reminder of what can happen when the Jesus side is awake and not overcome by the victim culture and other PC anti-survival sicknesses.
God help us.
I fear we're screwed not by muslim strength or intelligence (is there any other than a willingness to be barbaric?) but that we're distracted by a superstition equally imaginary as any but is dangerous to hold as it's easy to practice (electing a moron like Obama must have just felt so damn good to those unburdened by inconveniences like thinking about consequences we will together suffer-- Hey, we are the world in that we all get screwed).

Tecumseh said...

Cervantes: Yes, and forever after, he was known as El manco de Lepanto. And this is what he had to say about this:

A esta dulce sazón yo, triste, estaba
con la una mano de la espada asida,
y sangre de la otra derramaba;
el pecho mío de profunda herida
sentía llagado, y la siniestra mano
estaba por mil partes ya rompida.

Tecumseh said...

Allen: Well, he didn't totally kick ass, but he threw in some good (right) hooks. BTW, he also started saying something 1683, and I presume the Gates of Vienna, but then he got drowned out.

Where the heck are the Gates of Vienna? They still exist?

Mr roT said...

Duh. The Gates of Vienna are at Grant's Tomb in New York, but if they're calling that a tomb, then why don't I know who's buried in it? I have no idea and I have been in New York many times.
It was never told me at any of the jazz joints, strip joints or the Metropolitan Opera, my usual haunts.

Tecumseh said...

I have been at Grant's Tomb many times -- it was just a stone's throw away from my digs when I was haunting the neighborhood.

But you still haven't told us where the Gates of Vienna are. Are you telling me you never bothered to check out where those momentous events of 1683 took place?

Mr roT said...

That was back when krauts weren't kicking the ragheads as I understand the local narrative.
All that has was Stalinistically removed from all printed matter when the muslims started their own brand of Reconquista and the contemporary krauts decided that anything is better than allying themselves with the hated W or anything similar to W, which is woefully unaware of Wim Wenders' artistry or even Tarkovsky's Andrei Rublev.
Who can seriously deal with unclean such as that without a powerful antiemetic? Being head-hacked is far more honorable than dealing with such yankee riff-raff.