Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.


This came out of nowhere

Not sure exactly what I did today to deserve this one, but thought I'd share this thoughtful email. The one thing I will say is that he pointed out a typo for me to correct and that was appreciated. It is fixed now. I have always had a hard time editing my own copy, so THAT was good. But, as far as the rest, I could have done without it. I'll reprint it in whole here.

Subject: Thank you so much
...for one of the funniest pages I've ever read. From the pathetic soccer-mom "timeout" stuff to believing every single thing you're told to beLIEve, this is hands down one of the most hilarious sites I've yet to come across. Seriously, though, as someone who personally lost a loved one in one of the towers, your blindness, callousness, and hijacking of that tragedy for your so-called "patriotism" is disgusting, so I have decided to respond in kind. The bit about the fire that killed 3 people sounding like a nursery rhyme was a real kneeslapper. Your idea that Bush Jr. should be admired(!) for sending our kids to kill people in Iraq(who didn't attack or pose any threat to the US) is fascinating. This is the same man who mocked a woman on Death Row's pleading for her life. Sincerely, Rufus Porter
P.S. I've heard that the more rugrats you shit out(or in your case, get cut out) the closer you get to sit to Jesus in Heaven so get crackin" on some more.
Small typo tip: In your "Why I created Army Of Mom" section, in the last sentence "technical" is spelled wrong. It would read better if you fixed it.

I understand people not agreeing with my politics. Fine. Either post a comment or send me an email debating your issues in a civil manner. I can agree to disagree. Obviously, this person didn't "get" the criticism regarding the fire post. I didn't think it was funny that three people died in a fire. I thought it was funny the way the stupid reporter worded the story. As far as losing someone in 9-11, I'm very sorry for your loss. I'm sorry if you don't agree with GWB (who is not a junior, by the way, if we're going to be "technical" about it - see, I can laugh at myself when I deserve it). But, I really don't see why you felt compelled to make some personal attack on me. Your diatribe about me "shitting" out children is very compassionate. And, you call ME callous? I think I could find someone a little more qualified than you to judge me about the kind of person I am.

And because I'm trying to be more PG than R rated, eat tartar sauce. Oh yeah, and fish stick yourself.


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  • At 7:40 PM, April 26, 2005, Blogger Army of Mom said…

    Sorry LaLa ... can you repost. I accidently deleted both of them.

  • At 7:53 PM, April 26, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said…

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  • At 10:18 PM, April 26, 2005, Blogger cashin said…

    I'm sure it's just one of those "E-mail and run" Scenarious. I doubt you'll ever hear from him again. If you do, fish stick em. He truly is one of those "There is no way but mine" people. Haha, hope you don't have to bust out the anti-troll artillery.

  • At 6:38 AM, April 27, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I just want to use some real artillery!

  • At 9:13 AM, April 27, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Shame on you for writing your own opinions on your own blog, creating by you. I mean, what do you think this is - a free society where you can express your opinions? Geez, woman.


  • At 4:23 PM, April 27, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Here is an excerpt from interviews with Karla Faye Tucker…the ‘poor little death row maiden” that Bush would not pardon. (read full text at:
    This is the kind of people that thinks should be pardoned. If we had done nothing in Iraq would be complaining that Bush is “doing nothing to help the oppressed people of Iraq”.
    Read the following excerpt and think about how thinks this woman who “felt comfortable with a needle in my arm” should have been pardoned for butchering two other people. I suppose could give a rat’s fishstick about those victims…frickin’ ”democrat”!
    Reaching back into the living room, Karla Faye grabbed the first murderous thing she saw, that pick-axe, three feet long and easy to the grip. Effortlessly, she lifted it, and returned to the chamber already smelling of blood. Danny, his senses satiated for the moment, paused to watch what his girl was doing, followed her curious movements as she circled the bed and raised the axe overhead. Now, for the first time; it was his turn to watch her as she swooped the pick in an arc, tearing the blade through the torso of the cowering female. "Let her have it!" he cheered. Seeing that Dean's skull was thoroughly flattened, Danny stood as spectator to Karla Faye's grand performance.
    The girl, whom would later be identified as Deborah Thornton, had screamed only once and began to gurgle. The gurgling annoyed Karla Faye, so she gave it to her again and again in the chest, legs, stomach and shoulders. The more the body seemed to quiver, the more Karla Faye struck to stop its trembling. As the carcass turned to mush, blood splattered upward and across the room, onto the murderess.
    "Yuck!" she mimicked, but delighted in the sensation. Danny threw a blanket over her head, daring her to hit the target blindfolded. "Like a pinata!" he rooted. And the killing became a game. Under the darkness of the cover, Karla Faye's senses became more acute; she could hear the whoosh of the axe as it fell, could hear the squish-squish of the blade penetrating soft, wet flesh. Ecstasy! Although she denied it later, she would tell friends that the excitement generated a triple orgasm, the likes of which she had never before experienced.
    Karla Faye Tucker had busted loose.
    When she had finished with Thornton, empowered by the deviancy, she finished off Dean with another twenty blows.
    Before they left the scene of the crime, Danny left the pickaxe impaled in Deborah Thornton's heart.
    The next day was like any other for the murderers. They remembered very little and, well, what happened had been a small affair. A bastard and a bitch gone to hell. Their dispatchers didn’t run, and saw no need to hide. It was a small affair.
    In a taped interview with Larry King, Karla Faye, shunning the details of the murder, nevertheless recalled that, "I not only didn't walk around with any guilt, I was proud of thinking I had finally measured up to the big boys." Apart from that initial pride, the only deep sense she may have experienced after the murder was lethargy. "I didn’t care about anybody...I didn't place any value on myself or anybody else."

  • At 9:25 AM, April 28, 2005, Blogger Army of Mom said…

    I remember that case. Yeah, I don't see alot of love lost there.


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