The Biggest Lie You’ve Ever Heard March 10, 2006 37 Comments ShareTweetPin+1 "No one who objects to the war in Iraq for whatever reasons is disrespecting the servicemen who actually have to go and serve there" That was Peter Rivendell, commenting on this post. This is without doubt the biggest lie out there, since this whole thing began. Anyone who "objects to the war" but claims to "support the troops" is either a moron, or is just fat out lying. My support for these troops stems from the imperative to kill as many radical Islamists–who have vowed to preemptively kill us–as soon as possible. I want to see slaughter. Lots and lots and lots of it. Several hundred thousand ought to do the trick in pacifying the lot of those primitive savages, over there. And if it doesn’t, give me a few hundred thousand more. They are welcome to renounce their oath to kill us at any time, and should they do that, sincerely, then the killing should stop, immediately. They are welcome to their primitive, evolutionary-stunted, ape-like ways. They are not welcome to force those ways upon me, and when they vow to kill me because I refuse to become the blithering religious morons they have already demonstrated themselves to be, then my only rational recourse is to see to their obliteration as best and as fast as I can. I have said it again and again: It is morally imperative to kill anyone who threatens to kill you and means it (and they certainly do). Those who refuse to acknowledge that are juvenile imbeciles, which counts for most of the left. They’re dangerous; and should never be left unattended anywhere near another human life. They have defaulted upon the "human" part and are incompetent in major areas of what the concept of "life" implies. Those risking their lives for me in that most sacred of human moral responsibilities (competent and effective self defense) command my utmost respect.