Monday, March 11, 2013

One Canadian's View On Terrorists

Maybe being a hockey commentator makes a difference.

DON CHERRY, Canadian Hockey Commentator for CBC Television, 
was asked on a local live radio talk show, 
what he thought about the allegations of torture of suspected terrorists. 
His reply prompted his ejection from the studio, 
but to thunderous applause from the audience..

HIS STATEMENT:

"If hooking up one rag head terrorist prisoner's testicles 
to a car battery to get the truth out of the lying little camel shagger 
will save just one Canadian or American life, 
then I have only three things to say: 'Red is positive, 
black is negative, and make sure his nuts are wet."

Thanks Dan !

22 comments:

  1. Now THAT is a man after my own heart

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  2. Don Cherry resembles LL's avatar just a little bit.

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  3. Exactly. I like this guy and feel exactly the same.

    Have a terrific day Odie. :)

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  4. Great suit, great look, and great comment. All around great guy.

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  5. Wow! Gotta love this free speech.

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  6. Cherry isn't very politically correct.

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  7. The Canucks saw a lot of hard fighting in WWII.

    Nice to see they haven't lost it.

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  8. Opie, I think Don Cherry has a little more class than LL.

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  9. Edutcher, he's a keeper. We need to borrow him for Washington.

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  10. Nothing like a good jolt! That guy got it right.

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  11. It took me FOUR times to read through his whole statement...I had to stop at the end of each sentence until I stopped laughing.

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  12. Nate, cool huh. I think this guy sums up all of our feelings better than anyone can.

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  13. put this man in charge of interrogation.

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  14. Then break out the C clamps. Righty tighty, lefty loosey and make sure his nuts are dry.

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  15. Sig94, being a woodworker the saying is you can never have too many clamps.

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Put it here ... I can't wait to read it.