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(Some Guy)   Palin handles a heckler who is apparently zombie Jerry Garcia. (With video goodness.)   (wjno.com) divider line 675
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2008-10-07 01:00:12 PM
Well done!
 
2008-10-07 01:02:54 PM
bearsfolks: Well done!

Except that her son isn't in Iraq fighting for that guy's right to do anything...
 
2008-10-07 01:05:32 PM
Guy Innagorillasuit: bearsfolks: Well done!

Except that her son isn't in Iraq fighting for that guy's right to do anything...


He's an Iragi... you didn't know ?
 
2008-10-07 01:05:35 PM
Guy Innagorillasuit: Except that her son isn't in Iraq fighting for that guy's right to do anything...

He is fighting for that guy's right to have his taxes to go a worthless war that has nothing to do with terrorism while our economy goes down the toilet. Which is nice.
 
2008-10-07 01:06:34 PM
Teambaylagoon: Guy Innagorillasuit: bearsfolks: Well done!

Except that her son isn't in Iraq fighting for that guy's right to do anything...

He's an Iragi... you didn't know ?


Iraqi, even
 
2008-10-07 01:10:16 PM
i wasn't aware that the iraqi people were a threat to my first amendment rights...
 
2008-10-07 01:12:23 PM
pyrolaw: i wasn't aware that the iraqi people were a threat to my first amendment rights...

You know, in a roundabout way...they sorta are
 
2008-10-07 01:17:34 PM
bulldg4life: pyrolaw: i wasn't aware that the iraqi people were a threat to my first amendment rights...

You know, in a roundabout way...they sorta are


...because the longer the Iraqis exist, the longer we have to continue this retarded war, and the longer the Republicans will shriek about anything even remotely non-supportive of the troops the administration their war is unpatriotic and should be stifled?
 
2008-10-07 01:17:59 PM
It would be interesting to see how Obama would handle a heckler.
 
2008-10-07 01:23:44 PM
skinbubble: It would be interesting to see how Obama would handle a heckler.

Pop a cap.
 
2008-10-07 01:26:43 PM
skinbubble: It would be interesting to see how Obama would handle a heckler.

It's happened before.

There is a black political organization that seems to severely dislike Obama and they have heckled and interrupted several of his speeches in Florida.
 
2008-10-07 01:27:06 PM
skinbubble: It would be interesting to see how Obama would handle a heckler.

Like a grown up.
 
2008-10-07 01:40:04 PM
Guy Innagorillasuit: skinbubble: It would be interesting to see how Obama would handle a heckler.

Like a grown up.


Interesting. He does a very good job.
 
2008-10-07 01:44:46 PM
I swear to christ she is a Freeper.
 
2008-10-07 01:48:03 PM
skinbubble: Guy Innagorillasuit: skinbubble: It would be interesting to see how Obama would handle a heckler.

Like a grown up.

Interesting. He does a very good job.


He handled this guy well too:

cache.daylife.com

/hot hot hot
 
2008-10-07 01:55:00 PM
Jerry cheered after he was owned.

"YEAARRHHHH! I was just tolD!1!!1"
 
2008-10-07 02:08:28 PM
Our Man in Nirvana: He handled this guy well too:

Hahaha! I missed that. I guess he thought a secret mooslim wouldn't say the pledge or something.
 
2008-10-07 02:38:36 PM
skinbubble: It would be interesting to see how Obama would handle a heckler.

We've seen it... Obama stops, allows them to speak and listens to their comment, responds, and then continues his conference. Palin just spoke over the guy, Bill O'CutHisMic-style.
 
2008-10-07 02:40:13 PM
It was a fair response. What else do you expect her to do?

Do you think McCain is going to ever look back at all this and regret he didn't allow her to go off script more? So far, the most damning evidence against Palin has not been the interviews or debate, it's been her own running mate's treatment of her. As eye candy that does what she's told.
 
2008-10-07 02:41:54 PM
Thank the Lord baby Jebus that we invaded Eye-Rack, otherwise we wouldn't be able to sit here and make snarky comments on Fark. Reagan bless.
 
2008-10-07 02:42:28 PM
I use a cowbar against zobies.
 
2008-10-07 02:42:49 PM
Diogenes: It was a fair response. What else do you expect her to do?

Not spout bullshiat. "John McCain is the only man to solve this economic crisis, not exploit it" is a lie. Exploiting it is exactly what McCain did, and he failed miserably at it. Stating that her son's occupation of a conquered nation somehow defends our first amendment rights makes only slightly more sense.
 
2008-10-07 02:44:21 PM
Diogenes: So far, the most damning evidence against Palin has not been the interviews

I disagree, those interviews made her look like someone who's out of their depth and until picked as a VP candidate didn't have much interest or knowledge about anything outside of Alaska.
 
2008-10-07 02:45:50 PM
Our Man in Nirvana: skinbubble: Guy Innagorillasuit: skinbubble: It would be interesting to see how Obama would handle a heckler.

Like a grown up.

Interesting. He does a very good job.

He handled this guy well too:



/hot hot hot


i100.photobucket.com
 
2008-10-07 02:48:21 PM
"Bless your heart sir, my son is in Iraq fighting for your right to protest."

No he's not you stupid fuking coont
 
2008-10-07 02:50:05 PM
McCain, Biden, and Palin all have kids that are in Iraq. It is about goddamn time Obama man up too, and send one of his own.
 
2008-10-07 02:53:16 PM
Diogenes: So far, the most damning evidence against Palin has not been the interviews or debate, it's been her own running mate's treatment of her

When a sketch comedy show doesn't have to do anything but read almost verbatim what a candidate said during an interview and it's the funniest thing said sketch comedy show has done in a while then it's pretty bad.
 
2008-10-07 02:55:51 PM
Mugato: Diogenes: So far, the most damning evidence against Palin has not been the interviews or debate, it's been her own running mate's treatment of her

When a sketch comedy show doesn't have to do anything but read almost verbatim what a candidate said during an interview and it's the funniest thing said sketch comedy show has done in a while then it's pretty bad.


People seem to have missed that they did it again just this last week to Biden on gay marriage, for what it's worth.
 
2008-10-07 02:57:30 PM
28 days left of this imbecile. I hope she's on a plane back to Alaska 15 minutes after McCain concedes.
 
2008-10-07 02:59:27 PM
Guy Innagorillasuit: Diogenes: So far, the most damning evidence against Palin has not been the interviews

I disagree, those interviews made her look like someone who's out of their depth and until picked as a VP candidate didn't have much interest or knowledge about anything outside of Alaska.


Maybe I shouldn't have said "most damning." But the way McCain swooped into Couric's studio with Palin to defend her was downright weird. He wouldn't let her get a word in edgewise as rushed to defend her honor.
 
2008-10-07 03:01:26 PM
muck4doo: McCain, Biden, and Palin all have kids that are in Iraq. It is about goddamn time Obama man up too, and send one of his own.

Sasha and Malia could help difuse IEDs. Those nimble little fingers come in handy. ;-)
 
2008-10-07 03:02:50 PM
Well, a couple things here:

1)No soldier dies in vain. Track Palin is probably a good kid and I applaud his service.

2)Track Palin's service doesn't make Gov. Palin any more or less fit to lead. She does that on her own.

3)Shouting down a protester with a chorus of "I'm better than you because my kid..." isn't really in the spirit of the first amendment, but the Governor got kinda close on this one and used whole English words and syntax, so I'll let it slide.
 
2008-10-07 03:07:59 PM
She winked at them... didn't she?

/... and offered them Key Lime pie
 
2008-10-07 03:13:53 PM
"Bless your heart sir, my son is in Iraq fighting for your right to protest."

Yeah, remember how we couldn't protest back when Saddam was alive? Those were dark days back when the Iraqi government was stepping all over our First Amendment.
 
2008-10-07 03:21:42 PM
Another classy example of Obama handling hecklers (new window)


Palin just looked mad and mean.
 
2008-10-07 03:21:58 PM
Zobie, wasn't that a character from some tv show back in the black and white days? I think it had Gilligan in it, too. Oh yeah....The Many Loves of Zobie Gillis.
 
2008-10-07 03:24:25 PM
honeymaid8: Well, a couple things here:

1)No soldier dies in vain. Track Palin is probably a good kid and I applaud his service.


I applaud all of our service men and women, current and past. I hate to say it, but the 4,000 plus deaths and untold wounded in Iraq have been in vain. My heart goes out to each and every one of them and their families. They didn't die making us safer or protecting any threatened freedoms, we are less safe now than before the war began. It is not the soldiers fault in any way, but they were wasted by the current administration.
 
2008-10-07 03:26:32 PM
bulldg4life: You know, in a roundabout way...they sorta are

WIN.
 
2008-10-07 03:28:23 PM
Brisco: honeymaid8: Well, a couple things here:

1)No soldier dies in vain. Track Palin is probably a good kid and I applaud his service.

I applaud all of our service men and women, current and past. I hate to say it, but the 4,000 plus deaths and untold wounded in Iraq have been in vain. My heart goes out to each and every one of them and their families. They didn't die making us safer or protecting any threatened freedoms, we are less safe now than before the war began. It is not the soldiers fault in any way, but they were wasted by the current administration.


This, Brisco, this.
 
2008-10-07 03:31:53 PM
If a soldier serving in the military in a foreign war is protecting my right to freedom of speech, then I want to thank that soldier. I also want yellow ribbons for all the lawyers doing this where the fight over freedom of speech really is...the courts.

Where are my "I SUPPORT LAWYERS" magnetic ribbons?

/Yes, the military provides a bulwark against being invaded and turned commie or otherwise unable to speak freely.
//Lawyers do a more pertinent and effective job of keeping us safe from those inside our borders.
 
2008-10-07 03:39:35 PM
Brisco: I applaud all of our service men and women, current and past. I hate to say it, but the 4,000 plus deaths and untold wounded in Iraq have been in vain. My heart goes out to each and every one of them and their families. They didn't die making us safer or protecting any threatened freedoms, we are less safe now than before the war began. It is not the soldiers fault in any way, but they were wasted by the current administration.

They didn't die in vain. They died helping people escape from an oppressive government. No, they didn't help make the US safer, or protect us. They were helping people that were too weak and disorganized to help themselves. Much like we did in WW2, and Vietnam, and Iraq/Kuwait in 91.
 
2008-10-07 03:40:56 PM
I_C_Weener: Where are my "I SUPPORT LAWYERS" magnetic ribbons?


Where are the "I SUPPORT THE ACLU" magnetic ribbons? They protect the freedoms of all Americans, even the right wing wackos.
 
2008-10-07 03:41:08 PM
I'm trying desperately to think of the first Iraqi who took away my right to speak my mind. There's been so many, I can't even remember who the first could have possibly been.
 
2008-10-07 03:42:17 PM
I_C_Weener: Where are my "I SUPPORT LAWYERS" magnetic ribbons?

I had one, but my car got keyed.
 
2008-10-07 03:42:55 PM
i191.photobucket.com
 
2008-10-07 03:43:25 PM
I'll bet she's been waiting to drop that line on someone. She deflected him without having to acknowledge what he was saying.
 
2008-10-07 03:43:34 PM
queezyweezel: Brisco: I applaud all of our service men and women, current and past. I hate to say it, but the 4,000 plus deaths and untold wounded in Iraq have been in vain. My heart goes out to each and every one of them and their families. They didn't die making us safer or protecting any threatened freedoms, we are less safe now than before the war began. It is not the soldiers fault in any way, but they were wasted by the current administration.

They didn't die in vain. They died helping people escape from an oppressive government. No, they didn't help make the US safer, or protect us. They were helping people that were too weak and disorganized to help themselves. Much like we did in WW2, and Vietnam, and Iraq/Kuwait in 91.



That's right. They were just trying to help Iraq become a beacon of democracy and tolerance like our good friends the Saudis.

It was a bunch if Iraqi nationals who flew the planes on 9/11, right?
 
2008-10-07 03:44:27 PM
queezyweezel: They didn't die in vain. They died helping people escape from an oppressive government. No, they didn't help make the US safer, or protect us. They were helping people that were too weak and disorganized to help themselves. Much like we did in WW2, and Vietnam, and Iraq/Kuwait in 91.

If Bush had chosen that nobler rationale, things might have gone alot better.

But on a scale of oppression, other places would rightly have taken priority.
 
2008-10-07 03:45:52 PM
I_C_Weener: //Lawyers do a more pertinent and effective job of keeping us safe from those inside our borders.

As soon as Alberto Gonzales stops laughing I'll be sure to thank him.
 
2008-10-07 03:47:28 PM
i191.photobucket.com
 
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