Skip to comments.Report: Park Ranger at WWII Memorial Wants to Punch Congressmen In Face
Posted on 10/02/2013 10:07:56 AM PDT by kristinn
Park ranger breaks down "sometimes you just want to punch these congressmen in the face."
Park ranger "you know who was moving these barricades in the first place? The damn congressmen."
Someone is looking for a raise from the regime. Good job, Comrade Ranger.
He should do the right thing, and go punch an Obama doll.
Couldn’t hold a real job, obviously.
That (A.Hat) needs his time card punched OUT!!!
I’m sure most of the “Nam” guys would be happy to do it!
Er, so who was the “park ranger” quoted in the tweet?
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, - - - .
Da witto bitty Obamazombie got his feelings hurt.
BTW Park Ranger: REMEMBER GENGHAZI !
Fire his ass, he’s obviously a LIV and a “non essential” “non emergency” “non accepted” leech.
So, tell me which congress critter has the authority to order a National Park Service employee to put barriers in front of a national monument.
I thought the “rangers” were told to stay home. I guess he’s a big talker when he’s sitting on his sofa having a beer.
Another post on this subject:
WWII Veterans Storm DC Memorial, Take Park Rangers As Prisoners Of War
He’s probably annoyed that he got un-furloughed so he could stop the vets from enjoying the park.
Go get your picanik basket Ranger Smith.
Sounds like BS.
1. The park ranger "breaks down" over some 90 year old vets walking around a war memorial? Please, someone quickly disarm this man or we are in bigger trouble.
2. A park ranger verbalized he wants to "punch these congressmen in the face"? Even if he did, I highly doubt this statement would be made to anyone but his wife, his partner or his priest. However, if he did make this statement this guy needs to be under observation and kept from guns.
We have differing reasons but there have been plenty of times where I’ve wanted to punch a congressman in the face.
God I hope many Democrat Vets realize that the party do not support them. This could be a wake up call to American that we now have a dictator.
You didn’t build that!
Fact: WWII Memorial Funded Almost Entirely By Private Contributions
Via Website for National WWII Memorial:
The National World War II Memorial was funded almost entirely by private contributions, as specified in Public Law 103-32. The campaign received more than $197 million in cash and pledges. Support came from hundreds of thousands of individual Americans, hundreds of corporations and foundations, veterans groups, dozens of civic, fraternal and professional organizations, states and one territory, and students in 1,200 schools across the country.
Donated and pledged funds were used to cover the total project costs of approximately $182 million. These costs include site selection and design, construction and sculpture, a National Park Service maintenance fee required by the Commemorative Works Act, groundbreaking and dedication ceremonies, fund raising, and the 11-year administrative costs of the project from its inception in 1993 through completion in 2004.
Remaining funds are held on deposit with the U.S. Treasury in a National WWII Memorial Trust Fund. The funds will be used by the American Battle Monuments Commission solely to benefit the World War II Memorial.
In my organization that would be grounds for dismissal or at least severe disciplinary action.
Bet he’d draw back a bloody nub if he tried to punch Gohmert (naturally Louie was in on the Veterans Tour).
Talk is cheap from a remote position when threaten a KA Marine.
Boy, is he going to be surprised when he finds out the Congressman is a Marine combat veteran!
This is most likely the truth.
My husband is a physician who was trying to call the FDA on Monday (to receive approval for compassionate use of a drug) and nobody answered the phone because they decided not to go into work on Monday because they figured they would start their vacation early.
Mr. Park Ranger. Those congresspeople were helping the very people who pay your salary. Maybe you should go back and revisit that.
Him and reknowned tough guy Hairy Reed should go stop those anarchist vets.
How can the Democrats/communists block access to a memorial constructed and supported through private donations?
There was no reason to barricade the WW-II Memorial, but someone in the Obama White House did this knowing full well that Honor Flight veterans would be blocked and this show the “hardships” of the budget impasse. What these White House idiots did not consider was that these are the veterans who stormed the beaches at Normandy and the Pacific and would not tolerate this crap.
Nobody in Congress. That’s the President’s domain.
But it would have been OK if John Lewis or Hank Johnson had been moving those barricades and screaming about the civil rights of veterans. I call racism.
Do it, you chickensh!t.
That statement indicates that he is clearly overqualified to be a park ranger. Transfer him to the TSA.
I think he’s saying that the people moving the barricades were Marcia Bachman and several other photo-op Pubbies, and I noticed the same thing. They’re ALL THE SAME! Throw them ALL out!
So this guy is a “public servant?” And armed, on top of everything? Methinks that he needs to be suspended and given training as to his function - and punching a Congressman (which, by the way, sounds an awful lot like a “terroristic threat”) who is assisting those that fought, bled and lost friends and relatives to defend our liberties ain’t it.
On second thought, the SOB should be fired.
” However, if he did make this statement this guy needs to be under observation and kept from guns.”
Now all America knows about the “Armed and Rangerous” side of the National Park Service gun toters.
Battle in the bigger war ALERT!
Thank you for posting this. I just heard about it (from a link at another thread here on FR). This employee should be investigated.
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