The Left & Stephen King Continue to Disrespect the Military … “if you can read … then you’ve got, the Army, Iraq”


Why does the LEFT hate our brave men and women of the military.

This should not come as any surprise, the LEFT enjoys to make fun of and Stephen_Kingdisrespect the military. Stephen King is the latest to shoot off his liberal tongue and disrespect the very people who fight and die so that King can be afforded the rights of free speech and be a multi-millionaire. What a shock, another rich left celebrity shooting off their mouth about something they know nothing about. Simply shameful.

Why does the LEFT hate the military? The very people who die to protect their way of life. Come this Fall, voters best remember that the President is also The Commander and Chief of the military.

WATCH the video here.

“I don’t want to sound like an ad, a public service ad on TV, but the fact is if you can read, you can walk into a job later on. If you don’t, then you’ve got, the Army, Iraq, I don’t know, something like that. It’s, it’s not as bright. So, that’s my little commercial for that.”

Excuse me Mr. King but who is the ignorant person here? Have you ever met or spoke to any of our brave men and women in the military? I didn’t think so.

The Rightwing News reminds us that this is just one in a long line of liberals that relish in making condescending comments about our military. Remember former, failed Democratic President wannabe John Kerry who made the following disastrous gaffe.

You know, education, if you make the most of it, if you study hard and you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, uh, you, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq. …”

Stephen King is also ignorant to the facts of who makes up the military.

Remembering our troops answer to John Kerry and all those who are so misguided.

 Greetings From Irak … Please Halp Us


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  • Comments

    16 Responses to “The Left & Stephen King Continue to Disrespect the Military … “if you can read … then you’ve got, the Army, Iraq””

    1. nurturer on May 6th, 2008 11:21 am

      This coming from a mediocre writer. Who cares?

    2. Miss-Underestimated on May 6th, 2008 11:32 am

      Stephen King does not have the best of upbringing.

      His idiotic statement provides more grounds for the idea that I have once you have fame you lose your brain.

      I think his brain ran away with his imagination.

      Pound sand Stephen

    3. Bearlyhere on May 6th, 2008 12:30 pm

      Woah! This is the scariest thing he’s written so far.

      God bless our service people. You hold our life and our freedom in your hands. Thank you!

    4. Miss-Underestimated on May 6th, 2008 1:26 pm

      .3 No, look at his picture up there, that’s way scarier. Ugh.

      Yes, God Bless our selfless service people, who put themselves in harms way to protect us and our freedoms.

    5. December_star on May 6th, 2008 6:53 pm

      I am so sick of what this site has become. I started coming here when Natalie disappeared and I kept coming back, almost on a daily basis since, because of its continued coverage of lost people in need. Now it seems to have become some endless self righteous bitch session. “Who can we bash today?” What SK said was idiotic but it is his opinion and it really has no baring on my life. I do not agree with him and I am not about to change my way of thinking because of what he said. In fact if it weren’t for this site I would not have even heard it. Am I better or worse off now that I have…the answer to both is NO. It is his problem not mine, he has to answer to those in the audience and there parents, and probably everyone in the military. But not me, he is allowed to have his opinion right of wrong, I will not take that away from him, to do so would make what our military does for us seem pointless and that would be an even greater insult to them.
      Anyways I miss the old Scared Monkies and I will keep checking back in hopes that it will go back to the site I used to love.

    6. richard on May 6th, 2008 8:28 pm

      Stephen King has written a few decent stories, and I enjoyed some of his early books, but from what I’ve glanced at over the last few years, he has descended into egomanical drivel. Of every ten words he uses, nine are just fodder.

      Another has-been who doesn’t merit attention.

    7. Scared Monkeys on May 6th, 2008 11:27 pm

      What absolutely kills be about these liberals is that they offend the very people who protect their asses and make it possible that they do have freedom of speach.

      Who do these loud mouth pointy headed intelectuals think that Al Quaeda would do away with first?

    8. Bearlyhere on May 7th, 2008 6:59 am

      #5 December_Star writes
      >>It is his problem not mine, he has to answer to those in the audience and there parents, and probably everyone in the military…

      One of the things I like about Scared Monkeys is they give a voice to people who may not otherwise have one at that moment. They may be lost, missing, abused, disabled, defending us, and so much more.

      As the holder of my Uncle’s Purple Heart, I take offence to what SK said. I know how my Uncle felt about the military. I also know my nephew(no relation to the uncle)is now in Iraq defending SK’s right to say that.

      My nephew does not have time now to respond to SK’s remarks as he is otherwise occupied defending our freedom. I know he is not illiterate and want to defend him from a knife aimed directly at his back while he is busy watching mine.

      SK has the right to say what he did. We also have the right to respond. See, this blog is not about you and it’s not about me, and (surprise) it’s not about Natalee.

      It is something different to everyone. It can be about discussion, sometimes provacative, that moves people to passion. It can be support for a member who may need to find a loved one, grieve, vent or get well. This person is often supported by other members who (surprise again) differ in opinion.

      Just because someone cannot talk, does not mean they have nothing to say. We can say what we want, that is our right, we can respond the way we want, that is our right, we can even whine about the blog not being what we need, that is also our right.

      It is so many things to so many others that it would be impossible for me to include them all here. I know I have not even scratched the surface of the many reasons people visit. It obviously means something to you or you would not have posted.

      I like this, maybe you will, too…

      “Will those of you who say it can’t be done, please get out of the way of those of us who are doing it.”

      Thanks for listening.

    9. Miss-Underestimated on May 7th, 2008 7:25 am

      SM, you may have hit the nail square dead on the head. The people who are bashing our service men, may be the very people who are most afraid of AQ, it goes to reason, the richest are the ones most hated by AQ, they live the life AQ hates. Rich, western life style.

    10. richard on May 7th, 2008 9:03 am

      The problem is that people who earn lots of money, as Stephen King has, and lots of fame, tend to assume (mistakenly) that these translate into lots of brains. Or any at all.

      Our culture today worships celebrity. But celebrity does not necessarily imply accomplishment.

    11. December_star on May 7th, 2008 1:41 pm

      #8 thank you for you response and I actually agree with everything you said. My point here is it wasn’t even a year ago that this site was bashing people for spending hours in line waiting for the last Harry Potter book, waiting to see who will live and who will die, while there were real families out there waiting to hear the same news about their loved ones. Yes as a Harry Potter fan that bothered me, because yes I was highly excited for this book, but also, because i do come here almost daily like I said and I read about the missing and I visit other websites as well, I buy bumper stickers and donate money to finding them whenever I can. Just because I read books does not mean I do not care. I am sure there are many people out there who feel the same way. But now there are so many politicians to bash and celebrities making inane comments that the missing have taken a back seat. Please don’t tell me no one has gone missing lately because that is absurd. I guess my disappointment lays with the hypocrisy of it. It is OK to forget them during an election year, and when celebrities screw up, but by god don’t do it to read a book. Oh well I guess the missing and their families will have to wait until the election is over. I come here to read about the missing and to do what I can, that is what I miss about this site.

    12. Carpe on May 7th, 2008 11:15 pm

      So, he is creepy, and a stupid azz! His mother must be very proud.

    13. raptor on May 7th, 2008 11:25 pm

      king is a pant load

    14. Bearlyhere on May 8th, 2008 3:23 am

      #11 Are you sure you mean SM?

      I spend time here checking out people who are missing, lighting candles for them and their families (having been directed there by SM), and checking out the many hyperlinks posted by the Monkeys and attended so well by Bleachedblack, Nut and many others in the cage.

      I would never tell you there are no people missing, as I see missing people being added to SM many times a week.

      Have you checked our forum? There are way too many people missing. It is beyond sad. Their relatives sometimes come here, too and give updates. Check it out.

      Anyone who knows Red, Mrs. Red, Dugga, Klaas, and the other administrators at SM know their hearts are with the missing. They have dedicated their lives to this. Indeed, one nearly gave her life for this (and she better be resting and not reading here).

      Have you read Becca’s story? That will tear your heart out. Have you heard Dana talking on SM radio to her family and other educated people about this horrible miscarriage of justice? Have you sent your email to your congressmen, reps, and even W to help Becca? If not, what are you waiting for? This affects all of us, not just Becca’s family.

      Maybe we will hear from you again, soon, after you have checked everything out here at SM.

    15. Rusty Bridges on May 8th, 2008 2:17 pm

      I wish these people would stick to what they know, which is fantasy and make believe.

    16. Phillip Price on May 11th, 2008 2:17 pm

      I am a soldier over seas now. Mr. King I believe is a great author. All I see is someone that made a BIG mistake because he never got to meet any of our loving troups over here.

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