God bless them!
ZIP | July 9, 2012 7:15 pm
Ya Gotta Love a Marine. They are tough as nails on the outside and kind hearted on the inside.
One of my USMC buddies just got back this week from his tour in that hell hole. First deployment. He is one happy Marine to be home.
There are very few problems that cannot be solved through a suitable application of high explosives.
God knows I love them so.
Dial 9-USA-Marines for solving problems requiring immediate destruction
Too bad the teleprompter-in-chief is uncomfortable talking about VICTORY
Kicking ass and taking names, they’re incredible.
Dear Lord, keep them safe.
One of the most beautiful sights in the world is watching our Marines blow the shit out of those towel heads.
Urban renewal courtesy of the USMC. Did they use stimulus money?
“One of the most beautiful sights in the world is watching our Marines blow the shit out of those towel heads.”
Nicely said, Re Re.
The finale was awesome. God Bless our military
The problem is we don’t have generals like Pershing anymore.
We have too many cowards who were broken by o-hole.
Just wait for the UN and the liberals to whine aboutt his all
untie the might we’ll make it RIGHT
Great stuff, keep it coming!
Question of concern. I noticed several times Marines recharging their weapons as if to clear a jam. Did I see correctly and if so, can anyone tell me if there is a problem with jamming weapons that we are giving our Marines to defend us with?
To all the men and women in harms way – God bless and keep them safe!
To my friends at arms – Semper Fi!
A big SEMPTER FI for this
Toughest fighters in the world. we need to take the leash off & let them finish the job against theses sorry butchers.It will never happen with this Marxist .?commander in chief? The only uniform he wore was in Muslim attire!
From a Vietnam combat Marine to my brother Afghani combat Marines: get some! Glad to see today’s Marines are just as bad-ass killers as we were when it comes to taking out the murderous trash of women and children. You make me proud in upholding the traditions of Marine Corps warriors.