Friday, January 21, 2011

Joe Rogan on The American War Machine

Here is an interesting, and profanity laced, tirade by Joe Rogan on the general state of affairs in the US. Known for his color commentary for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), here he talks about the left/right political paradigm, war, 9/11 and much more.

Enjoy.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

great post

goodrichard said...

Joe Rogan's been hit in the head one too many times.

dogismyth said...

Thanks for posting, and way to go Joe Rogan. EXACTLY how I feel! God...I want to buy this guy a drink!!!

Its all true, everything he says. And trying to convince people is like pulling teeth. I have tried for years and been successful only a few times. I have been called names. My family will not talk to me. My kids think I'm crazy.

BUT I will stick to my guns!

Anonymous said...

Right on brother. How the hell anyone can believe just about anybody in or connected to our fcked up federal govt is beyond me. Looks like its gonna eventually come down to armed uprising, riots,etc. when US
finally goes bankrupt. Hope somehow we get back to the constitution the way we started.

Anonymous said...

Joe Rogan is an idiot. He read the HUFPO and thinks it's gospel. Dumbass.

Anonymous said...

ABOLISH THEM ALL. RIGHT ON JOE!

Anonymous said...

I would like to know why celebrities seem to think that their fame makes them an ''expert'' so called, on all the world's and Ameica's in particular, issues, be it warfare, politics, economics, etc. I'm neutral on this guy ''Joe Rogan's''opinions. Is he right, or , wrong? America has already derailed it's self, the ''peasants'' just don't know it yet. I'll say this, with about a 95% certainty, ''Get ready ta take a great big bite out of a GREAT BIG Sh _ T SANDWICH!.

Anonymous said...

We´d all have to be completely blind not to realize all these crap they´ve sold to us. Unfortunately we all love to be lied and feel comfortable and happy while being led to hell, for there is where we all are going.

Kunal Kambo Puri said...

It would be more credible if he had described how the Military-Industrial Complex influences parties and elections, and his position that this is all a bad thing would be stronger if had chosen to defend it.