Quote# 1739

[Replying to a letter criticizing Illonois Senator Richard Durbin on his remarks comparing Gitmo to Nazi concentration camps.]

Awesome letter! Durby is too stuck up to care though. I say we lynch him and hang him like all traitors deserve!

Beowulf, Free Conservatives 11 Comments [7/31/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Wow, I wish these people knew what irony was. Kill everyone that disagrees with the fuhrer! They are enemies to the reich!

Now I just compared him to a nazi! Bwahaha!

7/31/2005 3:06:19 PM


Ah, I see. Gitmo isn't like a nazi camp. It's like Alabama.

11/14/2005 9:46:48 PM


Irony meter at 17. I didn't even think that was possible.

11/15/2005 12:16:56 AM

"The idea of YOU lynching anybody! It's amusing. The idea of you thinking you had pluck enough to lynch a MAN! Because you're brave enough to tar and feather poor friendless cast-out women that come along here, did that make you think you had grit enough to lay your hands on a MAN? Why, a MAN'S safe in the hands of ten thousand of your kind—as long as it's daytime and you're not behind him.

"Do I know you? I know you clear through was born and raised in the South, and I've lived in the North; so I know the average all around. The average man's a coward. In the North he lets anybody walk over him that wants to, and goes home and prays for a humble spirit to bear it. In the South one man all by himself, has stopped a stage full of men in the daytime, and robbed the lot. Your newspapers call you a brave people so much that you think you are braver than any other people—whereas you're just AS brave, and no braver. Why don't your juries hang murderers? Because they're afraid the man's friends will shoot them in the back, in the dark—and it's just what they WOULD do.

"So they always acquit; and then a MAN goes in the night, with a hundred masked cowards at his back and lynches the rascal. Your mistake is, that you didn't bring a man with you; that's one mistake, and the other is that you didn't come in the dark and fetch your masks. You brought PART of a man—Buck Harkness, there—and if you hadn't had him to start you, you'd a taken it out in blowing.

"You didn't want to come. The average man don't like trouble and danger. YOU don't like trouble and danger. But if only HALF a man—like Buck Harkness, there—shouts 'Lynch him! lynch him!' you're afraid to back down—afraid you'll be found out to be what you are—COWARDS—and so you raise a yell, and hang yourselves on to that half-a-man's coat-tail, and come raging up here, swearing what big things you're going to do. The pitifulest thing out is a mob; that's what an army is—a mob; they don't fight with courage that's born in them, but with that's borrowed from their mass, and from their officers. But a mob without any MAN at the head of it is BENEATH pitifulness. Now the thing for YOU to do is to droop your tails and go home and crawl in a hole. If any real lynching's going to be done it will be done in the dark, Southern fashion; and when they come they'll bring their masks, and fetch a MAN along. Now LEAVE—and take your half-a-man with you."

- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

12/3/2007 3:45:53 PM


Mirror mirror on the wall.

12/3/2007 10:03:40 PM

Jake Steel

my irony meter just shot it's self.

12/3/2007 10:49:53 PM

Ansem the Wise

Vegata, what's his irony level?

12/3/2007 11:18:55 PM


Because nothing is more American than hanging people for using their right to freedom of speech. Cretin.

10/24/2010 8:30:31 AM


Vegeta: "It's Over 9000!!!"

10/24/2010 9:55:09 AM


Ah, the mark of a coward: call for a lynching.

I'm sure if you had any gumption at all, you'd have insisted on a gentlemanly duel instead, with yourself as the opposing party to Durbin.[/sarcasm]

10/24/2010 10:24:08 AM


If your really keen on routing out the traitors to America you need only look to The W Administration, but no. You want to kill those bringing the truth to light

10/25/2010 3:42:38 AM

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