For my next song, something I wrote myself… I’m the Commander Guy in G flat.

Republican supporters have found the sure fire method to solidify support for The Commander Guy and all the great things he had done. All it takes is a little death and destruction.

“At the end of the day, I believe fully the president is doing the right thing, and I think all we need is some attacks on American soil like we had on [Sept. 11, 2001 ], and the naysayers will come around very quickly to appreciate not only the commitment for President Bush, but the sacrifice that has been made by men and women to protect this country,” Republican Party of Arkansas chairman Dennis Milligan said.

“I am a pro-life individual. I do believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. I am opposed to homosexuals adopting children. We are talking Dennis Milligan the man, and that isn’t necessarily the view expressed by every Republican, but those are my views.”

This guy is pro-life and HE WANTS US ATTACKED AND KILLED. WTF?


Milligan, Idiot.



  1. Sounds The Alarm says:

    Assssssss Holeeeeeeeeee.

  2. mark says:

    For those on this blog in the know…..old news. For those who arent, read up on :

    Operation Northwoods
    Gulf of Tonkin
    SS Liberty
    Reichstag
    etc
    etc
    etc.

  3. moss says:

    The saddest part is – the average American voter will fall for it, again and again and again.

  4. Arrius says:

    Ok, #2 is right on with their posts, clearly an Alex Jones fan.

    As much as I hate Bush myself and what the republicans have become lets not be stupid on this. The guy is not advocating more attacks as people are attempting to frame this, he is merely claiming that more attacks would win people over to Bush’s views should they occur. I think he is basically right, that more attacks on our own soil would likely push more support behind Bush’s policies. This is something to be concerned about however, because as mentioned above, there are plenty of examples where the government manipulates its own populace with acts of terror.

  5. carefulReader says:

    Whether you agree with the president or not doesn’t mean you can quote out of context and create a more sensational headline.

    As an example, consider this statement: “All we need is for gas prices to go up another dollar per gallon and everyone will probably appreciate hybrids and cut their fuel usage.” We know there are other ways to get to the end result, most of which would more graceful and less painful. They are just more difficult.

    “All we need”, then, just means “this is one simple path”, and is usually a phrase used when trying to convey an idea of “Maybe people would finally listen if…”. In the above example, we’re saying “A lot of people will only be reached if their pocketbook is slammed.” Does this mean we want gas prices to go up? No. We’d still desire the alternative paths to a cleaner, more efficient, and cheaper source.

    So we see that “All we need” does not imply that the stated cause is the only path to the result, nor does it default the stated cause as the author’s most desired path. If he followed with “And that’s the only way. And please God speed it on it’s way!”, that’d be different.

  6. OhForTheLoveOf says:

    #4 I think he is basically right, that more attacks on our own soil would likely push more support behind Bush’s policies.

    Which is a real shame because not only would another attack be tragic, but it would also prove that Bush’s plans are actually failing, not succeeding.

  7. sdf says:

    Dennis Milligan: taking one in the mouth for freedom

  8. carefulReader says:

    Oh, and one more thing after more careful reading.

    You say
    “Republican supporters have found the sure fire method ”
    but then actually cite
    “that isn’t necessarily the view expressed by every Republican, but those are my views.”

    In other words, you didn’t even read what you posted.

  9. mark says:

    6. It is becoming difficult not to draw a comaparison. Sadly, I just cannot seem to trust anything from the wolf criers these days.

  10. RSweeney says:

    You truthers DO realize he was speaking of you don’t you?

  11. James Armstrong says:

    Bad Blogger!

    It takes a willful misreading of his remarks to get from what he said (and how a reasonable person would interpret it) to your headline. How does his bigotry and homophobia have anything to do with it? Why don’t you focus on developing a bit of intellectual integrity of your own and then try that again?

  12. A_B says:

    This is like a manufacturer of safes saying, “if somebody breaks into one of our safes, it will demonstrate to our customers how great our safes are.”

    Directly before the above-quotation, he says, “He said he’s “150 percent” behind Bush on the war in Iraq.”

    In any case, this guy is such a nitwit, it’s difficult to unpack all the idiocy in his statement. I’ll simply say that if there is another attack, contrary to his claim, the “naysayers” will continue to point out that Iraq had NOTHING TO DO WITH 9/11. And that the war in Iraq is making MORE PEOPLE WANT TO ATTACK US.

    All caps for the hard-of-comprehension.

    Of course, he’s not completely unaware of what a nitwit he is: “Milligan said. “I just think that is something for probably smarter people than me to figure out. ”

    He should probably stick to that talking point from now on.

  13. mark says:

    11. Not at all. He’s speaking of the dumbed down masses that believe what the government spoon feeds them.

  14. tallwookie says:

    #3 – its cuz the average voter is stupid – and the Establishment likes it that way. Stupid people are earlier to control.

  15. tallwookie says:

    gah – thats easier – not earlier… sorry

  16. bill says:

    It’s wierd, I keep getting this feeling like I’m at the beach with my back to the ocean, and all of a sudden there is this big shadow looming over me. Like just before the tsunami hits. I have a feeling this should be an interesting election. Maybe not , but It feels like something is coming.

  17. Undissembled says:

    Whether you agree with the president or not doesn’t mean you can quote out of context and create a more sensational headline.

    That’s what Fox News does!

  18. hhopper says:

    tallwookie – I liked, “Stupid people are earlier to control.” That has a definite meaning to it.

  19. soundwash says:

    here here..

    i’ll take 2 9/11’s sprinkled with essence of Reichstag
    along with some mass histeria, spoon feed
    and ignorant bliss on the side.

    -and wrap that tightly in NSPD-51 to go please..

    -s

  20. Michael Walsh says:

    If you guys can’t tell that his comment was sarcasm, or do know it was sarcasm and just want another right wing target to criticize…that’s just sad.

  21. Rob R says:

    #4 “Support” for the President is meaningless. How would Iraq be less muddled or the path to victory become clearer due to greater “support”? What would our generals do in Afghanistan that they aren’t doing now with “greater support”? And if there is something, why don’t they do it now?

    If by “support” he means “get another 1M guys in the Army”, then why doesn’t Bush just start a draft before we have the attack? Answer: With the exception of maybe 500k-1M people, “support” means not buying Dixie Chicks albums. Only a very select minority will put themselves in harm’s way on behalf of George & his Policies. And besides the soldiers and a few other pure hearts, they’re doing it for a great paycheck.

  22. Mr. Fusion says:

    #5, Careless reader
    If All you need is all that space to explain that All you need doesn’t mean All you need then All you need is a basic Engrish course.

  23. grog says:

    this is not news, john

    conservatives are aggressive people with an itchy trigger finger — they like violence and they salivate over the idea of having an excuse to “kick ass”

  24. Rob R says:

    #24:
    To say “conservatives” are aggressive is ridiculous and simplistic. Conservative in general use means you oppose statist solutions and if you’re a social conservative, you want to control people’s morality. It has nothing to do with views on war, per se:
    – Stalin (hard to be more pro-state than him)
    -Kennedy got us the Bay of Bigs & pushed us into Vietnam.
    -Tony Blair is a huge liberal and Bush’s closest ally.
    -It would be hard to be more morally conservative than Buddhist monks, but they are hardly aggressive.

  25. BubbaRay says:

    “At the end of the day, I believe fully the president is doing the right thing, and I think all we need is some attacks on American soil like we had on [Sept. 11, 2001 ], and the naysayers will come around very quickly…

    I must be dumber than a post. We have the “Commander Guy.” We have the “War Czar.” You can’t even tell if your phone is tapped and you’ve got to remove your shoes before you can board a domestic flight. Now we need another terrorist attack so Dubya can earn some respect? Criminy, I must have awakened on the terminally gullible side of the bed this morning.

    If one of you can explain this logic, please do so, otherwise Dennis Milligan gets the BubbaRay signature series Hopper Über Ultimate King Kahuna Moron Award.

    What am I missing, here? Please explain, preferably in one syllable words.

  26. Rob says:

    Remember, the “Life” in “Pro-Life” only refers to the unborn, the brain-dead, and rich white males. Everyone else can drop dead.

  27. joshua says:

    #24…grog…..grow up. Blacks are all on welfare, Hispanics are all illegal freeloaders, Irishmen are all drunks….need I go on???……do you get the point???

    This guy is obviously a fuckwad. No offense to other fuckwads.

  28. zomgwtf says:

    #23 I think #5 was overstating for the benefit of Mister Justin and any others with the mental disabilities so often seen on this blog and in these forums. I think the length of the post, for them, was just right. If you understood Mister Justin’s error on your own, or only halfway through #5’s dissertation, then that is to your credit — not #5’s dishonor.

  29. Arrius says:

    lol at #30. Yea Mr Fusion, lighten up.

  30. JAG0718 says:

    Dear God put the Kool-Aid down. He’s not advocating more attacks, he’s expressing his opinion that more Americans would support the President if we were attacked again on our own soil. He’s most likely right. If you are willing to suppress your anti-Bush rage for a second and think logically, you’d realize that. Ridiculous comments like this, and those who post in support of this Bush-hating lovefest only serves to alienate reasonable, non-idealogical people. If you have any interest in increasing support for your ideas and frankly not looking like a complete fool, Dvorak, you would be more thoughtful before posting such nonsense.


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