CNN reports on an effort by The Guardian UK to urge US voters to show a degree of sanity and deselect one George W. Bush. Here are some red
"Hey England, Scotland and Wales, mind your own business. We don't need weenie-spined Limeys meddling in our presidential election."
Have you not noticed that Americans don't give two shits what Europeans think of us?...I don't give a rat's ass if our election is going to have an effect on your worthless little life. I really don't. If you want to have a meaningful election in your crappy little island full of shitty food and yellow teeth, then maybe you should try not to sell your sovereignty out to Brussels and Berlin, dipshit. Oh, yeah - and brush your goddamned teeth, you filthy animals.
Consider this: stay out of American electoral politics. Unless you would like a company of US Navy Seals - Republican to a man - to descend upon the offices of the Guardian, bag the lot of you, and transport you to Guantanamo Bay, where you can share quarters with some lonely Taliban shepherd boys.
KEEP YOUR FUCKIN' LIMEY HANDS OFF OUR ELECTION. HEY, SHITHEADS, REMEMBER THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR? REMEMBER THE WAR OF 1812? WE DIDN'T WANT YOU, OR YOUR POLITICS HERE, THAT'S WHY WE KICKED YOUR ASSES OUT. FOR THE 47% OF YOU WHO DON'T WANT PRESIDENT BUSH, I SAY THIS ... TOUGH SHIT
Real Americans aren't interested in your pansy-ass, tea-sipping opinions. If you want to save the world, begin with your own worthless corner of it.
To be fair, there were some letters of support--but you get the idea re: the wingnut reaction. Also, to be fair, the Kerry campaign (and Britain for Democrats Abroad) have gone on record as officially discouraging the idea.
In other news, the tea-sipping Limey assholes are thinking of bailing out the US in at least one area of Iraq--that is, other than Basra, where they truly have bailed us out, big time:
Britain has about 9,000 troops in Iraq, operating in the relatively peaceful area around Basra.
Emphasis on "relatively." Basra isn't totally safe, but it also isn't in complete rebellion, like the "American controlled" sector.
Back on topic, though: the reaction from the wingnuts to the Guardian's efforts speaks volumes. These folks, quite honestly, couldn't point Britain out on a map, much less name any of the countries participating in the "coalition." And we're going to trust their candidate to provide world leadership? Unfuckingbelievable...