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May 04 2013

Gunny Strikes Again

After R. Lee Ermey starred in one of Geico’s better commercials, they fired him for criticizing Obama. But Glock doesn’t seem to mind a little countermoonbattery:

Too bad the first two amendments aren’t held in high enough esteem for commercials like this to run on TV.

On a tip from The Only Other Conservative in Seattle.

12 Responses to “Gunny Strikes Again”

  1. Sam Adams says:

    All right….I admit it; I love my Glocks.

    They aren’t works of art. They don’t show evidence of high precision machining.

    What they are are tools that work every time. No safety to switch to fire. No tight tolerance fittings to jam. Way lighter than a 1911 (much as I love and respect John Browning).

    That’s why I carry Glock.

    People who are armed don’t fear the dark.

  2. True Blue says:

    R. Lee For Me -2016

    We just need to find him a VP

  3. 1-2-3-4 I love Marine Corps says:

    Those jackwagons at Geico need to chug on over to namby pamby land and grow some stones. Flo is not enough.

  4. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    EVERYONE loves Glocks.
    Just this afternoon, Lucifer was sporting a bright red T-shirt that said in big letters – “Suck My Glock”


  5. dan says:

    I’ve got a serious case of admiration for the Gunny….
    and Glock….and most of all,The Marine Corps
    ooh-rah !

  6. Doug says:

    They were all so ugly, they coud be modern art masterpieces.

    They slipped down the crack of their momma’s ass and left a brown stain on the mattress.

  7. Cameraman says:

    Yeah you can “rock with a Glock” or Not send them to Heaven with a 1911!

    Semper Fi “Gunny”

  8. Son of Taz says:

    Instead of considering Gunny for Pres in 2016, how about making him Secretary of State? With him in charge of State, the foreign policy would be simple – shoot the bastids!

  9. Sir, A Jelly Donut, Sir says:

    A couple of overlooked Gunny movies that are hard to find on DVD are The Siege of Firebase Gloria from the late 80s and The Boys in Company C. Siege is one of the most realistic war movies ever made and features heads on stakes, fragging incompetent officers and children on the battlefield. The Boys in Company C is an obscure relic from 1978 about a misfit band of soccer players in the Nam with R.Lee as their CO.

  10. Gunny says:

    Private Joker might be silly and ignorant but he’s got guts and that’s all it takes.

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