That’s Right Nate

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75,000 Hits – You Are the Real Heroes!

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You guys are the real heroes.  Sure, I’m the one with all the insight, the one who makes these profound little posts, the one who fills your minds with all this knowledge–you are the ones who read the blog.  A blog is a community and without you all, I would not have nearly the influence that I do.  It is the little people who make this blog what it is.

We have a coming cultural war.  I don’t have to tell you what’s at stake in November.  I know I don’t have to convince you to vote for McCain, but I do know that by reading my blog I’m filling all your brains with knowledge that you can use to convince other people to vote for McCain.  That’s why i don’t use a lot of big words.  I want to make things as simple as I can for you to understand.  I also try to limit myself to two posts a day so that you don’t suffer information overload.   Together we will help to bring this election home to the Republicans, not just McCain but in the house and senate too.  Join with me as we take this website into a brave new age.

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Written by thatsrightnate

September 7, 2008 at 10:23 am

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  1. Nate, if “a blog is a community,” doesn’t that make you a community organizer? You better change that to “I am just one of a thousand points of light” before some liebrals and Dumocrats get the wrong idea.

    steve

    September 7, 2008 at 11:00 am

  2. Ah that’s an excellent point. Thank you for pointing that out.

    thatsrightnate

    September 7, 2008 at 11:14 am

  3. I feel great about being a hero! And I didn’t even have to fight in Vietnam! Congrats for the almost 77 thousand hits, Nate!

    Lola

    September 7, 2008 at 2:08 pm

  4. 77,244 heroes. Lola, you may be surprised to know that many heroes did not serve in Vietnam. George W, Bush, Newt Gingrich, Pat Buchanan, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Cindy McCain all served America at home during the war. Plus, you don’t have to serve well to be a hero. After all, John McCain crashed 5 planes and was captured. Hardly a record of success, but, perhaps, better than could be expected from someone who finished bottom of his class. the point is, we’re all heroes when we wear a flag pin on our lapels and that’s what’s great about America.

    steve

    September 7, 2008 at 7:02 pm

  5. Uhm Steve…She’s from Brazil.

    thatsrightnate

    September 7, 2008 at 7:37 pm

  6. That’s right, I’m from Brazil. And Brazil is such a peaceful country that we never invade other countries. That way, unfortunately, we don’t have many heroes down here. It’s a pity that our government ignored your call to help invade Iraq. It would have been a real honor to fight in the same army as… Romania? (that’s one of the few countries that heard your call, isn’t it?).
    But Steve, I don’t understand. I detect a touch of resentment in your words. Are you no longer voting for McCain just because he chose Sarah Palin? Come on, you wouldn’t vote for her and Hillary just because they’re women?

    Lola

    September 7, 2008 at 10:04 pm

  7. On the contrary Lola. I was trying to reach out to Nate’s community and say the Republican Party is a big tent party. We so often think of the GOP as made up of the leaders of their professions — be it finance or self storage. However, as McCain’s example shows, anyone can be a Republican hero — even if they failed in their first career and took bribes in their second career, they get a third chance. That’s what makes the GOP great. It’s never over till the fat lady sings and the Republicans don’t have any fat ladies.

    steve

    September 8, 2008 at 7:09 am

  8. steve, i hope you realize that George W. BUsh is possibly the FURTHEST you can GET from being a hero. he avoided military service through his dad’s affluence and political position and stayed at home pussying around on the national guard.
    so if your definition of a hero is someone who EVADES service rather than putting his life on the line for his country, you better get your shit together.

    Jake McConnor

    September 22, 2008 at 5:43 pm

  9. He did NOT evade military service. George W heroically defended the skies of Alabama against Viet Cong incursions. What were Al Gore, John Kerry, or Barack Obama doing then? HUh!

    steve

    September 22, 2008 at 5:53 pm

  10. Number of Americans killed by Viet Cong in Alabama where W was stationed = 0
    Number of Americans killed by Viet Cong in Vietnam where Kerry was = Thousands

    thatsrightnate

    September 22, 2008 at 5:59 pm

  11. john kerry won a silver star, a bronze star, and three fucking purple hearts in Vietnam you dumbass. he also
    barack obama was 14 years old when the vietnam war ENDED so he was never eligible to enlist in the military during that war.
    as for al gore, he enlisted into the military even though he was opposed to the war because of two reason:
    1. he was worried that avoiding the draft would put to much stress on his father’s career.
    and primarily:
    2. he didn’t want someone with less advantages than he to go in his place.

    (by the way, PLEEEEASE tell me if this site is a joke! i feel like i’m wasting my time if i keep posting responses like this. you could email me with your answer at spamaccount111@gmail.com. i would appreciate that.)

    Jake McConnor

    September 22, 2008 at 6:09 pm

  12. George HW Bush, there was a hero who served, even when he wasn’t eligible. So, in other words, Osama has no excuse. As for Gore and Kerry, that’s just what the media wants you to believe. Don’t you think if they were really military men we would have heard something about it. Everyone knows John McCain’s story. How come no one knows of Kerry and Gore’s service? If they served.

    steve

    September 22, 2008 at 6:13 pm

  13. During the first world war, many young Australians lied about their age so that they could enlist in the army and defend their country from hordes of German invaders. Why didn’t Obama do the same for Vietnam? Maybe he could have been a war hero like George W Bush, instead of being reduced to doing menial community organiser work.

    Aramael

    September 23, 2008 at 4:31 am

  14. That’s food for thought… I guess all Republicans are war heroes then.
    But you know, it’s true. Look at Laurence Fishburne. I think he was about 14 when he acted in Apocalypse Now – which was about Vietnam. And Laurence is black. So it makes sense: Obama could have served when he was 14 if he really wanted it.
    How about Sarah? Is she a war hero too?

    Lola

    September 23, 2008 at 7:02 pm

  15. She is winning the war on Alaska’s surplus wolf populations and she is winning the war of public opinion. So, yes, she is a war hero. that should please you, you feminist, you.

    steve

    September 23, 2008 at 7:10 pm

  16. Oh yeah, Steve. We feminists have so much in common with Sarah! She really represents us.
    She herself is a “Feminist For Life”, right? Does that make her a lesbian too?

    Lola

    September 24, 2008 at 7:44 am

  17. A lesbian could never be vice prez. What country do you think this is, Holland??!

    beccy joe

    September 25, 2008 at 7:19 am


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