Who says Tom Cotton is 'bizarre' | Arkansas Blog

Friday, February 6, 2015

Who says Tom Cotton is 'bizarre'

Posted By on Fri, Feb 6, 2015 at 8:23 AM

A letter to the editor has arrived related to a report that other media had termed "bizarre" U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton's remarks in support of keeping the Guantanamo Bay detention center open.

It can only be appreciated in its unedited form, which is not suitable for genteel workplaces. So see it on the jump:


Hey Max,

The only thing bizarre is the continued defense of blood thirsty killers by Anti-American lunatics like you. If it wasn't for dumb mother fucking idiots like you, we would have never had 9-11. Three thousands of our fellow citizens where burned alive and jumped 110 floors to their deaths and now fat fuckers like you are still defending terrorists? Go fuck yourself you fucking pussy. Maybe you can go and fucking join isis you fat worthless michael moore piece of fucking shit. By the way you dumb motherfucker, most of the fucking terrorists in Gitmo return to terrorism. But I'm sure you fucking love that, don't you fat fuck.

FUCK YOU.

What's that word again? Bizarre?

PS —  The writer didn't identify  him/herself

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