Skip to comments.New Elite Fighting Force (USRSF)- Humor- G
Posted on 07/22/2005 10:02:56 AM PDT by Rockitz
The Pentagon announced today the formation of a new 500 man elite fighting unit called the US REDNECK SPECIAL FORCES (USRSF). These North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, Mississippi, Missouri, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, and Tennessee boys will be dropped into Iraq and have been given the following facts about Terrorists:
1. The season opened today.
2. There is no limit.
3. They taste just like chicken.
4. They don't like beer, pickups, country music, or Jesus.
5. They are DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE for the death of Dale Earnhardt.
That mess in the middle east should be over IN ABOUT A WEEK.
If they have to follow the same PC Warfare rules the regular troopers do, why bother?
worked so well, I had to forward along.
Thanks for the chuckle!
Well, at least now we know a source.
omg, are there really people like this or was this taken on Halloween?
Salt 'o the earth!
The one in the centre standing looks like my boss Brian. Except my boss is clean shaven.
I think the one on his knees is in Congress.
dude needs a "bro"
Sounds like you need a little tour of the "heartland."
Lots of folks like this "out there."
set it up, i need a break. 4 hours a day on a train. Get home to 2, 3 year olds and a 20 monther.
looks like Michael Moore to me!
Simple rule: If I got it in email, someone has already posted it to FR.
The last bastion of America, it is okay to yak about us rednecks and our cousin hill billies.
lol!!! "Got my leg cut off, just throw it in the cooler and hand me a beer!"
Not always true as I have over 200 on my e-mail distribution, but I missed it on this one by about 3 years. ;o) The quick search did not catch it yesterday, but the archival search turned up this version this morning.
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