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(MSNBC)   Barack Obama waits for Rudy Guiliani to criticize him for comments about prosecuting terrorists. Guiliani does so. Obama then sets Guiliani on fire by immediately releasing quotes from Guiliani about how great prosecuting 1993 WTC terrorists was   (firstread.msnbc.msn.com) divider line 160
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2008-06-18 01:19:10 PM  
Hahahaha...GREAT job stepping into the trap, Rudy. Really brilliant, Mr. I Can Lose Every State Until Florida and It Won't Matter.
 
2008-06-18 01:22:12 PM  
Good one!
 
2008-06-18 01:23:39 PM  
ZING!
 
2008-06-18 01:24:53 PM  
"Democrats are not going to be lectured to on security by the mayor who failed to learn the lessons of the 1993 attacks, refused to prepare his own city's first responders for the next attack, urged President Bush to put his corrupt crony in charge of our homeland security, and was too busy lobbying for his foreign clients to join the Iraq Study Group,"

Oh that's gonna leave a mark.
 
2008-06-18 01:25:59 PM  
New Yorkers won't meet violence with violence, but with a far greater weapon -- the law.


just goes to show you that paying homage to GOP primary voters makes you stupid.
 
2008-06-18 01:26:11 PM  
i believe an "oh snap" is in order.
 
2008-06-18 01:26:53 PM  
HOWEVER...

9/11.

Thank you.
 
2008-06-18 01:27:08 PM  
[preemptive strike, since that's what Republi...excuse me, Fark IndependentsTM like so much]

"B-b-b-but...9/11 changed EVERYTHING!"

/hahaha, Obama's not lying down like Kerry, I love it
 
2008-06-18 01:28:06 PM  
I have to admit..that was a good roast.
 
2008-06-18 01:28:11 PM  
Rudy was for fair and open trials before he was against them.

(9/11 nine eleven 911 nine 11 9 eleven 9-1-1....)
 
2008-06-18 01:28:25 PM  
Today's "Laugh at Rudy Thread" is brought to you by the numbers 9 and 11.

9/11.
 
2008-06-18 01:30:57 PM  
well, that's an unfortunate misspeaking-ageness
 
2008-06-18 01:31:06 PM  
Man, that was awesome. This guy is leagues ahead of any candidate the Democrats have had in decades. He's playing in the majors and McCain is languishing in AAA.
 
2008-06-18 01:32:00 PM  
cameroncrazy1984: Man, that was awesome. This guy is leagues ahead of any candidate the Democrats have had in decades. He's playing in the majors and McCain is languishing in AAA.

I wouldn't go that far.
 
2008-06-18 01:32:44 PM  
GaryPortlandOregon:
I have to admit..that was a good roast.

I wonder how much other info they have lying in wait. I bet his campaign's research team has been working on it for months, knowing this would be their only line of attack.
 
2008-06-18 01:34:10 PM  
big_pth: GaryPortlandOregon:
I have to admit..that was a good roast.

I wonder how much other info they have lying in wait. I bet his campaign's research team has been working on it for months, knowing this would be their only line of attack.


The other side has had 7 months to gather intel. and we have 5 months to go.:)
 
2008-06-18 01:34:26 PM  
GaryPDX: I wouldn't go that far.

Just wait till the townhalls and debates. You'll see.
 
2008-06-18 01:34:43 PM  
GaryPDX cameroncrazy1984: Man, that was awesome. This guy is leagues ahead of any candidate the Democrats have had in decades. He's playing in the majors and McCain is languishing in AAA.


I wouldn't go that far.



Neither would I. I'd say McCain is playing frisbee golf.
 
2008-06-18 01:35:33 PM  
cameroncrazy1984: GaryPDX: I wouldn't go that far.

Just wait till the townhalls and debates. You'll see.


I still think it will boil down to what it always does, the pocket book.
 
2008-06-18 01:35:34 PM  
GaryPDX: The other side has had 7 months to gather intel. and we have 5 months to go.:)

Yeah...and with all that time to prepare...they can't avoid the inevitable McCain foot in mouth moments that seem to be occurring at breakneck pace.
 
2008-06-18 01:35:59 PM  
big_pth: GaryPortlandOregon:
I have to admit..that was a good roast.

I wonder how much other info they have lying in wait. I bet his campaign's research team has been working on it for months, knowing this would be their only line of attack.


Knowing how inept and incompetent the McCain campaign has been? Not much. Considering how little Hillary had to go on, I'm not worried. This is like the Red Sox beating the Yankees in 7 and going to the World Series against the Cardinals.
 
2008-06-18 01:37:04 PM  
GaryPDX: cameroncrazy1984: GaryPDX: I wouldn't go that far.

Just wait till the townhalls and debates. You'll see.

I still think it will boil down to what it always does, the pocket book.


Good, because Obama's tax policy benefits working-and-middle-class voters more than McCain's laughable attempt at coherency.
 
2008-06-18 01:37:16 PM  
bulldg4life: GaryPDX: The other side has had 7 months to gather intel. and we have 5 months to go.:)

Yeah...and with all that time to prepare...they can't avoid the inevitable McCain foot in mouth moments that seem to be occurring at breakneck pace.


To a lot of people that won't matter. Follow the money. This is a "what's it gonna cost me" conversation around the dinner table thing.
 
2008-06-18 01:38:11 PM  
farm1.static.flickr.com
 
2008-06-18 01:38:40 PM  
cameroncrazy1984: big_pth: GaryPortlandOregon:
I have to admit..that was a good roast.

I wonder how much other info they have lying in wait. I bet his campaign's research team has been working on it for months, knowing this would be their only line of attack.

Knowing how inept and incompetent the McCain campaign has been? Not much. Considering how little Hillary had to go on, I'm not worried. This is like the Red Sox beating the Yankees in 7 and going to the World Series against the Cardinals.


Ugh, PLEASE don't compare Barack Obama to the Goddamned 2004 Boston Red Sox! lol
 
2008-06-18 01:39:10 PM  
cameroncrazy1984: GaryPDX: cameroncrazy1984: GaryPDX: I wouldn't go that far.

Just wait till the townhalls and debates. You'll see.

I still think it will boil down to what it always does, the pocket book.

Good, because Obama's tax policy benefits working-and-middle-class voters more than McCain's laughable attempt at coherency.


You're missing something. Nancy is grabbing hard dollars right now. Obamas ideas are at least 2 years away in hard money, if they go through. People are trying to figure out how to get to next summer.
 
2008-06-18 01:39:18 PM  
GaryPDX: To a lot of people that won't matter. Follow the money. This is a "what's it gonna cost me" conversation around the dinner table thing.

Exactly. The 90% of Americans who will see significant tax cuts under Obama WILL vote with their wallet.

The other 10% will be huddled in a corner in the fetal position.
 
2008-06-18 01:39:29 PM  
GaryPDX: To a lot of people that won't matter. Follow the money. This is a "what's it gonna cost me" conversation around the dinner table thing.

So, showing people how Obama's tax plan will save more people more money is going to win this?

Fascinating.
 
2008-06-18 01:40:09 PM  
cameroncrazy1984:

Knowing how inept and incompetent the McCain campaign has been? Not much. Considering how little Hillary had to go on, I'm not worried. This is like the Red Sox beating the Yankees in 7 and going to the World Series against the Cardinals.

Actually, I was refering to the Obama campaigns information team. McCain's team of Enron Phil, Rove and the like probably just have a folder titled "Brown People/911/Terrorists"
 
2008-06-18 01:41:08 PM  
GaryPDX: This is a "what's it gonna cost me" conversation around the dinner table thing.

People don't have that conversation as much as some would like to think. The conversation people tend to have is "what am I gonna get out of it?" Remember, no one has a problem with government spending as long as it's something that benefits them.
 
2008-06-18 01:41:39 PM  
Judging from the new Quinnipiac numbers, McCain's team clearly has no idea that "September 10 thinking! FEAR! FEAR! FEAR!" didn't work in 2006 and it's not working now.
 
2008-06-18 01:41:58 PM  
flavor of the month: Neither would I. I'd say McCain is playing frisbee golf.

mccain doesn't have enough use of his arms to play frolf.
 
2008-06-18 01:47:24 PM  
mmmmmmmm not even i would go that far, dude.
 
2008-06-18 01:51:25 PM  
bulldg4life: GaryPDX: To a lot of people that won't matter. Follow the money. This is a "what's it gonna cost me" conversation around the dinner table thing.

So, showing people how Obama's tax plan will save more people more money is going to win this?

Fascinating.


Ideas aren't hard currency.
 
2008-06-18 01:52:03 PM  
McCain hasn't figured out that people aren't buying the Bush brand anymore. Well, maybe small pockets of lamebrains.
 
2008-06-18 02:12:11 PM  
robsul82: Judging from the new Quinnipiac numbers, McCain's team clearly has no idea that "September 10 thinking! FEAR! FEAR! FEAR!" didn't work in 2006 and it's not working now.

Polls:


The Quinnipiac polls had Obama besting McCain 52-40 percent in Pennsylvania, 48-42 percent in Ohio, and 47-43 in Florida.


Natch.

/go Sox
 
2008-06-18 02:14:22 PM  
GaryPDX: bulldg4life: GaryPDX: To a lot of people that won't matter. Follow the money. This is a "what's it gonna cost me" conversation around the dinner table thing.

So, showing people how Obama's tax plan will save more people more money is going to win this?

Fascinating.

Ideas aren't hard currency.


What does that even mean? How does McCain represent "more hard currency" than Obama?
 
2008-06-18 02:24:47 PM  
HulkHands: robsul82: Judging from the new Quinnipiac numbers, McCain's team clearly has no idea that "September 10 thinking! FEAR! FEAR! FEAR!" didn't work in 2006 and it's not working now.

Polls:


The Quinnipiac polls had Obama besting McCain 52-40 percent in Pennsylvania, 48-42 percent in Ohio, and 47-43 in Florida.

Natch.

/go Sox


Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...I am not rooting for the 2004 Red Sox...
 
2008-06-18 02:29:06 PM  
robsul82: /go Sox

Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...I am not rooting for the 2004 Red Sox...


He's not the 2004 Red Sox, he's the 2001 Patriots.
 
2008-06-18 02:29:25 PM  
Atillathepun: What does that even mean? How does McCain represent "more hard currency" than Obama?

I think he meant "more hard cheeks"
 
2008-06-18 02:32:30 PM  
what_now: robsul82: /go Sox

Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...I am not rooting for the 2004 Red Sox...

He's not the 2004 Red Sox, he's the 2001 Patriots.


OK, good. I rooted for them against the Rams that Super Bowl because of what massive underdogs they were, actually, so that works out.
 
2008-06-18 02:32:41 PM  
robsul82: Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...I am not rooting for the 2004 Red Sox...

Sorry dude, didn't mean to scare you there. I'd say the 03 Yankees, but we know how that turned out. 96 Yankees maybe? Young and talented, yeah that might do it.
 
2008-06-18 02:44:13 PM  
If politics were jiu-jitsu, this exchange is on par with Rich Franklin's nose getting caved in by Anderson Silva's knee.

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2008-06-18 02:44:38 PM  
Atillathepun: What does that even mean? How does McCain represent "more hard currency" than Obama?

there's only one candidate that truly represents "more hard currency".

/RON PAUL!
 
2008-06-18 02:50:14 PM  
burndtdan: Atillathepun: What does that even mean? How does McCain represent "more hard currency" than Obama?

there's only one candidate that truly represents "more hard currency".

/RON PAUL!


GaryPDX must've had to go to lunch or something, because he's not responding to a very simple request. He's such an Independent that he hates both candidates, though, so it's okay.
 
2008-06-18 02:51:56 PM  
Clearly someone's first perception of an event can never be overcome. And if some other option becomes more appealing, you can't adopt that stance.

Obama's foreign policy team adhere's to the standard of Winnie the Pooh, do we want these people running our country?
 
2008-06-18 02:52:19 PM  
cameroncrazy1984: robsul82: Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...Obama is not the 2004 Red Sox...I am not rooting for the 2004 Red Sox...

Sorry dude, didn't mean to scare you there. I'd say the 03 Yankees, but we know how that turned out. 96 Yankees maybe? Young and talented, yeah that might do it.


1996 Yankees, I like it. 1995 New Jersey Devils, I dig that too.
 
2008-06-18 02:53:09 PM  
McCainDemocrat: Clearly someone's first perception of an event can never be overcome. And if some other option becomes more appealing, you can't adopt that stance.

F*KKIN' SAVED FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
 
2008-06-18 02:54:42 PM  
McCainDemocrat: Obama's foreign policy team adhere's to the standard of Winnie the Pooh, do we want these people running our country?

Yes. Yes, we do.

/Yes, we can!
 
2008-06-18 02:56:43 PM  
McCainDemocrat: Clearly someone's first perception of an event can never be overcome. And if some other option becomes more appealing, you can't adopt that stance.

Obama's foreign policy team adhere's to the standard of Winnie the Pooh, do we want these people running our country?


HERE COMES THE ALT!
 
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