Friday, November 2, 2007

Fuck You, Hippies!

A true American hero died yesterday. His name was Paul Tibbets and he piloted the Enola Gay (named after his mother), the B-29 that dropped the first atomic bomb on Japan.

His weapon test officer, Morris Jeppson, had this to say:
"It did in fact end the war," Jeppson said. "Ending the war saved a lot of U.S. armed forces and Japanese civilians and military. History has shown there was no need to criticize him."

Indeed, the number of lives saved would have to be counted into the millions. Even John Glenn agrees:
Former U.S. Sen. John Glenn, a former Marine fighter pilot, said people who criticized Tibbets for piloting the plane that dropped the bomb failed to recognize that an allied invasion of Japan, which the bomb helped avert, would have resulted in the deaths of several million people.

"It wasn't his decision. It was a presidential decision, and he was an officer that carried out his duty," Glenn said. "It's a horrible weapon, but war is pretty horrible too."

See, it was a good thing! Too bad there are stupid, stupid hippies that disagree:
"What Mr. Tibbits did should never be forgiven," said Takashi Mukai, whose mother, a nurse, suffered lifelong effects of radiation as she treated bombing victims. "His actions led to the indiscriminate killing of so many, from the elderly to young children.

Fuck you, hippie! In the ass! You're just lucky he did drop that bomb or you most likely would never have existed! If the island hopping campaign was any indication, there wouldn't have been a lot of Japanese people left after an invasion; adult or child. Put down the bong and put on the ball gag.

Now, how tightly did this guy have his head on? This tightly:
Paul Tibbets, who piloted the B-29 bomber Enola Gay that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, died Thursday, leaving behind wishes that he be cremated because he believed a burial site would only give his detractors a place to protest.

As any true American, he hated hippies and their smelly protests. We salute you!

I could have done one better though. He should have been buried on some remote, deserted Pacific atoll.... say... Bikini Atoll. Yeah, that's the ticket. Then when all those hippies show up... WHAM!

Who are we kidding, I couldn't resist...

Rest in peace, General Tibbits.

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