Sunday, November 30, 2008

The Cacasotto Sfacime Award of the Month

The Cacasotto Sfacime of the Month Award goes to US Army deserter, André Shepherd. From the Libertarian Republican:

From Jawa:

(Frankfurt, Germany) A 31-year-old U.S. Army deserter, Andre Shepherd, has applied for asylum in Germany. According to Shepherd's lawyer, Reinhard Marx, "he does not want to take part in the American war in Iraq, a war that does not conform with international law and because he does not want to be implicated in war crimes."

The Apache helicopter mechanic from the 412th Aviation Support Battalion hopes to be granted asylum under a European Union directive that says the usual, "war is bad ... crimes against humanity ... blah,blah, blah." You know the drill.
And Eric, being a chopper mechanic isn't exactly front line duty. In fact, he's more of a REMF. What a Cacasotto.

The picture shown above is that of Adam Gadahn, AKA, Azzām al-Amrīki, another Cacasotto and Sfacime who lives amongst the AQ to plot destruction against us. During 2003, Adam was asked by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to participate in a suicide attack in Maryland, but Adam decided against it citing "he had recently married and his wife was pregnant." I guess 72 virgins just didn't do it for him. I wish him a very SOCOM Christmas. Props to Eric Dondero, LR. 

Thank you for reading this blog. 

2 comments:

Héctor said...

Hey, if he wants out, let him leave. ANY war sucks, and it's his right to decide not to participate in it.

The Right Guy said...

I half agree with you. I'd rather not have an uncommitted person that is supposed to watch my back, BUT, when you sign the paper, it's a commitment that is spelled out for you. You have to be ready for anything. If a person isn't committed to whatever may come along, don't join. Remember, it's a volunteer military.

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