Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Party Rooster, Feb 11, 2012.
Guess it makes sense naming it after a chick if it's a littoral ship. :icon_cool
Will it leak... "whaa"
No, but there's a big hole in the bridge.
Nice. A boat named after a waterhead.
Only once a month....... or sumthin
SS Palin already sending crewmembers on a suicide run.
I'm glad she is doing better, and have no problem with this ship being named after her. Having said that, does anyone even remember what her voting record was like or how well she did her job? Getting plugged in the gourd was probably a career boost for her.
Is it a catering ship?
Here is the boat. It shall be named the "SS Puddinghead".
Seriously, why is she getting a boat named after her. This is fucking dumb. I feel for the woman but this seems like nothing but over the top pandering PR scheme.
I guess black do crack.
Liddy wins this round! Kudos sir.
If attacked, this ship will not sink. However, it will be much slower and lose its communication capabilities.
Oh Littoral Liddy...
How does this ship compare to the USS Helen Keller?
17 people died in Syria today & the lady who had the "courage" to meet the people who gave her her job in front of a grocery store gets a ship named after her?
Stupid cint doesn't even have the decency to give a thank you speech!
God damn it you are on your game tonight.
It seems like getting shot is the best way to turn a mediocre career into a great one if you're a liberal.
Too bad they didn't name a ship after James Brady. That would be a great ship with no guns and paddle wheels.
U.S.S. Puddin' Head
Oops. Guess I should have read more than just one previous post.
I'm betting it is great out of the dock..than about a year in the computer is shot and the programming is full of holes and spends the rest of its service puttering about and trying to get back to what it used to be.
This is what we've become... a culture(and cult) of victim worshipers.
Right after we get done christening the USS Abner Louima and the USN Reginald Denny we should go back to honoring people who have done good things rather than honoring people who have had bad things done to them.