Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Police say Vietnam memorial vandalized

WASHINGTON - An oily substance found splashed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial this month was the result of vandalism, U.S. Park Police determined.
"It's deplorable that someone would vandalize what's really a national shrine," said Jan C. Scruggs, founder and president of the Memorial Fund. "It's an outrage. It's sad."
See what you have there?
Some uncaring jackass decided to make an uninformed, "Death for Oil" statement and vandalized the VIETNAM Memorial.
How ignorant do you have to be? The Vietnam War wasn't fought for oil. It was fought to keep the world safe from communism.
This pathetic piece of shit who wasn't brave enough to pour oil on the Capitol steps, or the sidewalk in front of the White House to make their protest. And that makes them cowardly as well as pathetic and meaningless.
Because if you are going to exercise your "freedom of speech" and make a statement you should make it where other people can hear it and then they can exercise their right of free speech and disagree with you. But a pathetic piece of shit like you wouldn't know anything about that because you were probably too stupid to pay attention in Political Science class.

1 comment:

John said...

That makes me sick. The Vietnam Memorial as all war memorials are there to remember the history and men/women who passed fighting for our nation. Memorials are not a political tool; they are to memorialize those who have fallen.

When you see your father, a man larger than life in my case, breakdown and cry when he visited the memorial, you understand the true meaning.

Memorials as bars should have the same rules, no religion and no politics.

Plus everyone one knows Johnson started the war to corner the water buffalo market.