Off To the Rally

We’re off to the rally.  If anyone wants to join, scroll down for details.  We’ll be working outside the security checkpoint to recruit people for Sportsmen for McCain.  Recruit as in get them all together so we can be one big, happy, cousin humping family inside the rally.

8 Responses to “Off To the Rally”

  1. matt says:

    Sebastion, I do believe in the right to bear arms. What I don’t believe in are people like you. You don’t represent what is right in America. I think you are a decendent of Joe McCarthy. May your kind enjoy a really small life. You are an evil evil man. Don’t forget to take your bedsheet with you. There is a lot more to America than your narrow views. Everyone in America has the right to support the candidate of their own choice. You chose eliminate that right by causing a person to lose their job. Maybe someone should find out your home address and where you work and maybe you should lose your job also. You just have to believe in Karma. Eye for an Eye. You got to love it

  2. Sebastian says:

    you know nothing about me or the situation at hand. I never told anyone to demand dan cooper lose his job. We organized a boycott because of Obama’s record on guns. Is that not our right as Americans?

  3. Sebastian says:

    and no. If you vote Obama you don’t support the second amendment. He’s spent his entire career trying to destroy it.

  4. r.smit says:

    sebastian, never mind what matt says, your right. obama is the worst of the worst when it comes to rights of gun owners. and if elected he’ll have all sorts of plans to disarm us. and as far as cooper goes, he sold us out by supporting obama’s campaign and coopers board of directors did the right thing to dismiss him. remember, firearms aren’t the only reason to not support obama, can you say bill ayers, rev. wright, khalidi, and the rest!!! how about that questionable birth certificate? the list goes on and on. individually any of these should give people cause to say wait a minute? but all together they should be enough to say i love my freedoms enough to say mccain-palin…

  5. Jdude says:

    Dear Matt, how about you organize a boycott of Snowflakes in Hell? I am sure there are thousands of people out there looking for a leader willing to show them the way.

    MLK said “An eye for an eye leaves everyone blind”.
    He also said “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

    The content of Senator Obama’s character, and that of his associates, tell me that he is the most dangerous person to run for president in the United States. Ever.

    Matt, your primary complaint is that Sebastian is racist. From his posts and writings, I sincerely doubt that myself. Please come back with a complaint of substance, lest we have to question the content of your character as well.


  6. TexasFred says:

    Matt is a douchebag…

    I am doing a rally too, Texas is playing Texas Tech tonight, and we are rallying for Texas…

    You DO know that Texas A&M, The Aggies, won’t play Texas Tech don’t you??

    Ya know WHY they won’t play Texas Tech??

    Someone told the Aggies that Texas Tech had *Tee Tee* on their helmets…

    Oh, BTW, I voted on the 1st day of early voting… I can’t *waffle waffle waffle* that way… :)

  7. TexasFred says:

    And Matt, saying you support the 2nd amendment AND Obama just doesn’t make sense…

    Saying that is about as logical as a chicken voting for Col. Sanders…

    And after thinking about it, I was wondering if I was too harsh on you, calling you a douchebag, and after much thought I have reached a conclusion, I was right, you’re a douchebag…

  8. vinnie says:

    You are pure EVIL Sebastian. How DARE you use your own right to free speech to point out to a company that one of its employees is using its name against its own regulatory and financial interest. What dastardly underhanded thing will you use next? Facts? The truth? You are probably one of those wishy washy people who thinks that cooper had a right to give to anybody he wanted, as an individual, but that acting in the company’s name could influence your decision to do business with them.

    There ya go mat. Cool aids on me.