Sunday, July 12, 2009

What A Punk
Another maggot becomes a hero for being a maggot

WARNING!! Harsh language alert!

Poor, poor Robin. He was an adult when he volunteered to join the Armed Forces. He volunteered to serve 2 years after the 9/11 attacks. He volunteered when he knew damn good and well that he would be on his way to a combat zone.

But now this scumbag is a hero to some because he wimped out on the vow he made to serve his country. 12 months in the brig wasn't enough for this punk sack of shit.

He's some of the article from the LA Times; (Emphasis mine) Army deserter tells of his time behind bars

Instead of waking up to his son, he woke up to "... high fences and razor wire."
Robin Long, released from Miramar Marine Corps Air Station, said the hardest part of his 12 months in the brig was being away from his young son. He had fled to Canada in opposition to the Iraq war.

Reporting from San Diego -- Army deserter and antiwar activist Robin Long said Friday that the most difficult part of his 12 months behind bars was being away from his young son.
(Poor baby. Being separated is one of the many prices you pay when you volunteer to serve your country. Tough shit, asshole.)

Long, 25, released Thursday from the brig at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station, said he missed celebrating Christmas and other special occasions with his 3-year-old son, Ocean. (What the hell kinda hippie, faggoty assed-name is "Ocean"? Mom and dad are hippies, so the kid has to pay the price. Why didn't they just name this kid "Kick My Ass Now"?)

Meeting reporters outside the Veterans Museum and Memorial Center in San Diego, Long said he wished every morning that he could see his son running toward him and hear his voice.

"Instead I woke up to reveille and I saw high fences and razor wire," said Long, from Boise, Idaho. "This punishment was for having a moral opposition to the Iraq war."
(No, asshole. that's the punishment for being a cowardly deserter.)

Long said he plans to enroll in a school in San Francisco to learn massage therapy. (Why am I not surprised?)
This turd was obviously raised without having ever been taught that actions have consequences. I don't know who needs the ass-beating worse... this waste of skin or his equally useless parents.

Oh, why not... just beat the hell outta the lot of 'em.

13 Comments:

Blogger Al said...

1 question I would love to ask him. If he is an anti-war activist, why in the theological place of eternal damnation did he ever enlist in the 1st place? & 2 years after 9/11 to boot, after the war started.

I can only assume he was stoned at the time. It doesn't say but why do I feel it is safe to assume he is from California?

the only 1 I feel sorry for is the kid with a name like Ocean & a parent like this.

7:58 AM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

What a fool...like our men and women serving overseas aren't separated from their children, too, while they fulfill the terms of their oath!!

9:15 AM  
Blogger Anita Moore said...

Isn't he...um...lucky that a year in the hoosegow is all he got? Didn't they used to shoot guys for doing what he did?

4:04 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

An army deserter in a Marine Corps brig and for only 12 months for desertion? What gives?

How did he survive even those 12 months with those jar heads . . . ah . . . er . . . ahem . . . :-) . . . I mean valiant Marine guards on his sorry @ss all the time?

5:53 PM  
Blogger Arkanabar T'verrick Ilarsadin said...

Adeodatus:

those guards are stone professional warriors, not murderers. It was up to the court-martial to sentence him to hanging, the firing squad, or ... (sigh) a year in the brig. Not the guards.

8:48 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

ATI,
Ohhh... I know that Adeo wasn't insulting the Brig Guards. Adeo's an Old Salt from the days of wooden ships and iron men. I'm quite sure that insulting Marines wasn't his intent.

This turd in the news article kinda brings out the worse on all of us.

8:55 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

I guess no one here is going to send money help out this #$@&^%(*

10:22 PM  
Blogger Hail3N1 said...

He deserved another 12 mos. for naming his kid "Ocean".

"My daddy's a massage therapist, and I wanna be just like him."

10:37 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

. . .an Old Salt from the days of wooden ships and iron men.

This describes my late Dad. During WWII, He served on a submarine chaser in the Carribean and North Atlantic. Sub chasers were called the "Splinter Navy" and, as you have stated, were referred to as wooden ships with iron men. After the European war ended, he was transferred to a tin can off Okinawa to get ready for the eventual invasion of Japan.

Yes, I was joking. Besides, those Marines can be stone cold professionals, yet many of those *$*&^ incarcerated will not exactly experience a country club atmosphere! *evil grin*

A man's word is his bond. He shouldn't have signed up in the first place if he wasn't resolute.

11:05 PM  
Blogger TheSeeker said...

What an idiot!! He probably enlisted thinking he could take a free ride off Uncle Sam and get school paid for or something. Regardless, he shouldn't have signed up. He deserves more than 12 months.

8:39 AM  
Blogger Helen said...

My old-fashioned parents had a word for someone like him ~ "bum"

3:21 PM  
Blogger chestertonian said...

In my unit, he would have ended up in sick bay with all kinds of unexplained broken bones, bruises, missing teeth, and other assorted mysterious injuries. And if he turned out to be a rat, he'd have ended up in sick bay again with even worse mysterious injuries.

9:22 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

In my unit, he would have ended up in sick bay with all kinds of unexplained broken bones . . . .

In the Navy we used to say, "He fell down a ladder." :-)

11:40 AM  

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