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(Chicago Sun-Times)   Tea Party Rallies? If staging public gripe fests gives these people something to do, then great. It's outside. It involves handicrafts, the making of signs and costumes. It's like Scouting for irked middle-aged white people   (suntimes.com) divider line 611
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2010-04-17 09:22:36 PM
Abox: For people that have never known hardship, the Teabaggers are a pretty angry bunch.

This is what i think--because these folks have had pretty easy lives (maybe some of them went to Vietnam, but overall, things were pretty calm and easy) now they're having a shiat fit because their lives really haven't amounted to much. They lived, they went to work, they had a comfortable life, bought a bunch of meaningless crap, and now they're getting old. So why not get angry at something? It gives their lives meaning, at long last. Something more "important" than fertilizing their lawn and yelling at the kids to stay off it, or deciding which coffee-maker to buy this time.

And before you start mocking ME, I'm about that age myself.
But my life has sucked, so I don't need to go out and find meaningless things to protest. I also don't feel the need to be part of a group, no matter which one, as long as they'll give me something to stand for.
 
2010-04-17 09:23:51 PM
tuna fingers 2010-04-17 09:20:54 PM
Sabyen91: tuna fingers: Gdalescrboz: tuna fingers 2010-04-17 08:34:50 PM
Alien Robot, I'm calling you out as a farking pussy!
Please respond.
If your concern is about government spending, where were you in 2002 and the never ending (yet ridiculous) war in Iraq?
Please respond.

Where are the protests from the left that we saw during Bushs years? I didnt protest from 2001-2008, nor do i protest now. I do find it odd you dont see the hypocracy in your own question

You, dear friend, are my new asshole.
Seeing as how I feed you nourishment, you spew nothing but shiat.
I did protest Bush's war against Iraq.
I was not alone.
I ACTIVELY (IN THE STREETS) PROTESTED BUSH'S WAR AGAINST IRAQ.
I lost some friends along the way.
I was not alone.
The "Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism" sign was held by me.
You, dear friend, are my asshole.
Thanks.

He is talking about now, now that it is Obama and not Bush. He is assuming liberals no longer protest the wars because there is a Dem president.

Oh. He's really that stupid?
That deserves no response.

/A war ill-gotten is a war ill-waged.

Ask Mr. Alien-pussypants-Robot to enlist and end it.


What the fark? And thats all i got to say about that
 
2010-04-17 09:24:15 PM
Mugato: captain_heroic44: Now, of course, Obama is increasing spending again. Will he bring the budget back into balance when the economy recovers? Unknown. What is known is that he is the leader of the party of fiscal responsibility, and his opposition party is the party of permanent deficits.

Once again for the cheap seats, where were the teabaggers during the Bush administration?


Saying that anyone who undermined the POTUS during a time of war was a traitor...

Still waiting for an actual explanation of what changed...
 
2010-04-17 09:24:29 PM
ZydrateZombie: libtard vrs teabagger game is juvenile

one of these endearing terms was self-selected
 
2010-04-17 09:24:38 PM
Chariset: If it were a crowd of black people protesting higher taxes or redistribution of wealth or what have you, the Teabaggers would be the first to say "If they've got time enough to stand around protesting, they've got time enough to find a second job.

Right on the money!
 
2010-04-17 09:26:00 PM
hey Neil, there is some Obama juice leaking out from your boyish smile.
 
2010-04-17 09:26:03 PM
thamike 2010-04-17 09:21:16 PM
Gdalescrboz: Really? I havent seen a single protest on my campus in the last year and a half, nor do i see protesters on the corners anymore. Im just saying the hyprocacy is just as strong on the left as it is on the right. The right started when Obama took office and the left stopped when Obama took office, they are all party hacks

If you misspell hypocrisy or comprehension one more time, I will reach through the internet and slap you.


Cut me some slack, ive been drinking since noon
 
2010-04-17 09:29:02 PM
Kusanagi: Sigh.

I actually agreed with the Tea Party in principle, but once the GOP stopped treating it like a splinter cell and actually realized "Hey, our voting base is these guys, let's get Fox News to rile them up and we'll pretend we're on their side" and proceeded to hijack the movement, I lost my support for it.

...

If anything, the Tea Party has shown me that the GOP doesn't give two shiats about America...although probably not in the way they intended.


I suggest to you that the GOP was able to hijack the tea party movement so easily because three quarters of its members were Republicans who were upset that a Democrat had been elected President. I recall the same sort of "anti-government" sentiment cropping up when Bill Clinton was first elected. I do not recall its happening during either of the Bushes' administrations, or at least not from these quarters.

I have noticed that a lot of tea partiers look back fondly on Ronald Reagan. Sounds pretty mainstream Republican to me, or at least Goldwater Republican.

And I agree with you that most of the GOP couldn't care less about the US, or at least about most of the people who live here. But I'm a Democrat, so I must be blinded by partisan hatred. :-)
 
2010-04-17 09:29:03 PM
Gdalescrboz:

/A war ill-gotten is a war ill-waged.

Ask Mr. Alien-pussypants-Robot to enlist and end it.

What the fark? And thats all i got to say about that


Did I use too many big words for you?
There is/was no justification for the war in Iraq.
In my heart, it was about lives. Iraqi and American.
Bush lied.
Now, curiously, you redneck shiatheads want to discuss money and health care.

What the fark? And that's all I got to say about that.
 
2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?
 
2010-04-17 09:32:00 PM
plainlyclueless: hey Neil, there is some Obama juice leaking out from your boyish smile.

Again with the cocksucking obsession. And people wonder why they called themselves teabaggers.
 
2010-04-17 09:34:42 PM
Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?


Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?
 
2010-04-17 09:36:22 PM
tirob: Kusanagi: Sigh.

I actually agreed with the Tea Party in principle, but once the GOP stopped treating it like a splinter cell and actually realized "Hey, our voting base is these guys, let's get Fox News to rile them up and we'll pretend we're on their side" and proceeded to hijack the movement, I lost my support for it.

...

If anything, the Tea Party has shown me that the GOP doesn't give two shiats about America...although probably not in the way they intended.

I suggest to you that the GOP was able to hijack the tea party movement so easily because three quarters of its members were Republicans who were upset that a Democrat had been elected President. I recall the same sort of "anti-government" sentiment cropping up when Bill Clinton was first elected. I do not recall its happening during either of the Bushes' administrations, or at least not from these quarters.

I have noticed that a lot of tea partiers look back fondly on Ronald Reagan. Sounds pretty mainstream Republican to me, or at least Goldwater Republican.

And I agree with you that most of the GOP couldn't care less about the US, or at least about most of the people who live here. But I'm a Democrat, so I must be blinded by partisan hatred. :-)


I think he might have been talking about the pre-Obama tea-parties. It was a very small Ron Paul movement IIRC.
 
2010-04-17 09:37:26 PM
tuna fingers 2010-04-17 09:29:03 PM
Gdalescrboz:

/A war ill-gotten is a war ill-waged.

Ask Mr. Alien-pussypants-Robot to enlist and end it.

What the fark? And thats all i got to say about that

Did I use too many big words for you?
There is/was no justification for the war in Iraq.
In my heart, it was about lives. Iraqi and American.
Bush lied.
Now, curiously, you redneck shiatheads want to discuss money and health care.

What the fark? And that's all I got to say about that.


No, its just made no sense for what i was talking about. It was way out of place. I see you have resorted to name calling so its probably pointless to discuss this logically with you but what the heck ill try anyways. You need to chill out, go round up a crew, bust out some drums, shoot some meth, hold hands and sing while the rest of us discuss this
 
2010-04-17 09:37:51 PM
Gdalescrboz: Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?

Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?


Do you even have a point?
I'm conflicted about feeling pissed or sorry for you.
 
2010-04-17 09:39:57 PM
Gdalescrboz: Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?

Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?


Gitmo is the right's fault. They piss their pants about actually trying terrorists.

Iraq was generally the war that was protested among liberals. The draw-down has placated most people. Most people, even liberals were for the Afghan war. I think it SNAFU at this point and it is pointless to continue and should leave but a lot of people still think that is a worthwhile endeavor.

Your charges of hypocrisy ring hollow.
 
2010-04-17 09:41:27 PM
Gdalescrboz: tuna fingers 2010-04-17 09:29:03 PM
Gdalescrboz:

/A war ill-gotten is a war ill-waged.

Ask Mr. Alien-pussypants-Robot to enlist and end it.

What the fark? And thats all i got to say about that

Did I use too many big words for you?
There is/was no justification for the war in Iraq.
In my heart, it was about lives. Iraqi and American.
Bush lied.
Now, curiously, you redneck shiatheads want to discuss money and health care.

What the fark? And that's all I got to say about that.

No, its just made no sense for what i was talking about. It was way out of place. I see you have resorted to name calling so its probably pointless to discuss this logically with you but what the heck ill try anyways. You need to chill out, go round up a crew, bust out some drums, shoot some meth, hold hands and sing while the rest of us discuss this


I have no clue about what you are talking about.
You jumped into my rant to Alien Robot.
Alas, I'm going to feel sorry for you, as you have lesser skills. Does your mom know that you are on the internet?
 
2010-04-17 09:41:28 PM
Gdalescrboz: Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?

Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?


Congress is to blame for Gitmo. Nobody wants to take the heat for bringing them to America Proper, or to pay for it.
Afghanistan wouldn't be necessary, if we had finished it, instead of going off on a bullshiat tip in Iraq, which brings me back to why we were protesting. Iraq. Mesopotamia, even.
 
2010-04-17 09:41:39 PM
I'd give the Teabaggers about as much significance as the Naderites, only with much better support from the press.
 
2010-04-17 09:43:38 PM
tuna fingers 2010-04-17 09:37:51 PM
Gdalescrboz: Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?

Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?

Do you even have a point?
I'm conflicted about feeling pissed or sorry for you.


Its hard to see my point because im not guzzling gizz from the GOP on Dem hose. Im calling out both parties as hypocrites. My point is there, its just not in support of either party. Its a view that isntregurgitated party talking points which is really really hard for you party hacks to make sense of
 
2010-04-17 09:46:30 PM
jaytkay: Keynesian economics

Take your
Keynesian
Economics
back to
Keynesia

/as seen on a teaparty protest sign
//liberal plant?
 
2010-04-17 09:48:13 PM
Sabyen91 2010-04-17 09:39:57 PM
Gdalescrboz: Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?

Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?

Gitmo is the right's fault. They piss their pants about actually trying terrorists.

Iraq was generally the war that was protested among liberals. The draw-down has placated most people. Most people, even liberals were for the Afghan war. I think it SNAFU at this point and it is pointless to continue and should leave but a lot of people still think that is a worthwhile endeavor.

Your charges of hypocrisy ring hollow.


Once again, we go back to the beginning. Yes, Gitmo is the rights fault. But we were talking about protesting during the Bush and Obama terms. The right didnt mind this shiat until Obama took office then they started protesting. Meanwhile, the left was protesting Gitmo, war spending, and sending more troops to Afganistan. Then it stopped when Obama took office. The hacks on both sides of the isle are hypocrites
 
2010-04-17 09:51:27 PM
Gdalescrboz: Sabyen91 2010-04-17 09:39:57 PM
Gdalescrboz: Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?

Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?

Gitmo is the right's fault. They piss their pants about actually trying terrorists.

Iraq was generally the war that was protested among liberals. The draw-down has placated most people. Most people, even liberals were for the Afghan war. I think it SNAFU at this point and it is pointless to continue and should leave but a lot of people still think that is a worthwhile endeavor.

Your charges of hypocrisy ring hollow.

Once again, we go back to the beginning. Yes, Gitmo is the rights fault. But we were talking about protesting during the Bush and Obama terms. The right didnt mind this shiat until Obama took office then they started protesting. Meanwhile, the left was protesting Gitmo, war spending, and sending more troops to Afganistan. Then it stopped when Obama took office. The hacks on both sides of the isle are hypocrites


OMG.
OMG.
Are you 12?
Politics = Policies
Do you have an older sister that went through Junior High?
Talk to her.
 
2010-04-17 09:51:42 PM
Gdalescrboz: Sabyen91 2010-04-17 09:39:57 PM
Gdalescrboz: Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?

Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?

Gitmo is the right's fault. They piss their pants about actually trying terrorists.

Iraq was generally the war that was protested among liberals. The draw-down has placated most people. Most people, even liberals were for the Afghan war. I think it SNAFU at this point and it is pointless to continue and should leave but a lot of people still think that is a worthwhile endeavor.

Your charges of hypocrisy ring hollow.

Once again, we go back to the beginning. Yes, Gitmo is the rights fault. But we were talking about protesting during the Bush and Obama terms. The right didnt mind this shiat until Obama took office then they started protesting. Meanwhile, the left was protesting Gitmo, war spending, and sending more troops to Afganistan. Then it stopped when Obama took office. The hacks on both sides of the isle are hypocrites


Did you even read what I wrote? There are reasons there is less war protest now (it even slackened when Bush was still in office and agreed to the troop withdrawal). Also, it certainly didn't stop.
 
2010-04-17 09:52:20 PM
As I recall, the whole Tea Party thing was made up of smaller government libertarians and independents who were against huge government spending on either side. They didn't even have a name at that point. I was one of them and went to two of the rallies here in California.

Then Fox News and Glenn Beck decided to hold these huge rallies and the modern "movement" had a ton of anti-Obama idiots jump on board identifying themselves as the Tea Party because at the time it stood for smaller government and sounded nice (no matter who expanded the government, Dems or Republicans)

Thus the insane Fox News viewership and people who hate Obama with no reasoning behind it identified themselves as the Tea Party, the GOP ran with it, and now its a clusterfark because the GOP is trying hard to convince the teabaggers to forget the last 8 years of Bush and that DURRR EVERYTHING IS BARRY OBAMA'S FAULT because if anyone truly believed what the Tea Party originally stood for the entire GOP would be guilty. Suddenly now the GOP is "going back to roots" just to try and appeal to the anti-Obama people with the magical term "smaller government" because of the health care thing.

And it's working. That's what kills me.

I know a few other people that admit this is happening too. If Palin truly believed the shiat she was spewing, she wouldn't be supporting McCain, she'd be supporting Hayworth.
 
2010-04-17 09:56:18 PM
Kusanagi: As I recall, the whole Tea Party thing was made up of smaller government libertarians and independents who were against huge government spending on either side. They didn't even have a name at that point. I was one of them and went to two of the rallies here in California.

Then Fox News and Glenn Beck decided to hold these huge rallies and the modern "movement" had a ton of anti-Obama idiots jump on board identifying themselves as the Tea Party because at the time it stood for smaller government and sounded nice (no matter who expanded the government, Dems or Republicans)

Thus the insane Fox News viewership and people who hate Obama with no reasoning behind it identified themselves as the Tea Party, the GOP ran with it, and now its a clusterfark because the GOP is trying hard to convince the teabaggers to forget the last 8 years of Bush and that DURRR EVERYTHING IS BARRY OBAMA'S FAULT because if anyone truly believed what the Tea Party originally stood for the entire GOP would be guilty. Suddenly now the GOP is "going back to roots" just to try and appeal to the anti-Obama people with the magical term "smaller government" because of the health care thing.

And it's working. That's what kills me.

I know a few other people that admit this is happening too. If Palin truly believed the shiat she was spewing, she wouldn't be supporting McCain, she'd be supporting Hayworth.


That is what I took out of your original statement. I may not agree with your politics but good for you on your rationality.
 
2010-04-17 09:59:46 PM
tuna fingers 2010-04-17 09:51:27 PM
Gdalescrboz: Sabyen91 2010-04-17 09:39:57 PM
Gdalescrboz: Elmo Jones 2010-04-17 09:31:03 PM
Gdalescrboz: Reading comprehention buddy. I asked "where ARE the protests from the left that we saw during the Bush years?" Im not going to explain this shiat to you, scroll up and read from the beginning

Iraq. You know, that country that had fark-all to do with 9/11, WMD, etc. We're leaving. The protests worked. No need to keep at it, eh?

Keep telling yourself that. We wont be out of Iraq for a long, long time. What about Gitmo and sending more men to Afghan?

Gitmo is the right's fault. They piss their pants about actually trying terrorists.

Iraq was generally the war that was protested among liberals. The draw-down has placated most people. Most people, even liberals were for the Afghan war. I think it SNAFU at this point and it is pointless to continue and should leave but a lot of people still think that is a worthwhile endeavor.

Your charges of hypocrisy ring hollow.

Once again, we go back to the beginning. Yes, Gitmo is the rights fault. But we were talking about protesting during the Bush and Obama terms. The right didnt mind this shiat until Obama took office then they started protesting. Meanwhile, the left was protesting Gitmo, war spending, and sending more troops to Afganistan. Then it stopped when Obama took office. The hacks on both sides of the isle are hypocrites

OMG.
OMG.
Are you 12?
Politics = Policies
Do you have an older sister that went through Junior High?
Talk to her.


That is the second post youve made that made absolutely zero sense. You arent anywhere near the park with anything relevent or on topic
 
2010-04-17 10:04:03 PM
you are a puppet: dwh1963: WhyteRaven74: dwh1963: Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

check the Andrew Sullivan thread on the politics tab from yesterday.

Why? Does that make the irrational hatred of conservatives okay?

Because you came for the irrational hatred of conservatives? So maybe that's a good thread to go to? Quit bieng a retard.


Speaking of irrational hatred...
 
2010-04-17 10:05:05 PM
Alien Robot: Peter von Nostrand: Sorry but ranting about the kyrgystan sheep digest doesn't mean he isn't either

You have to show he has some support somewhere. Which you also haven't done. A website is not support. Showing up at a rally and being ask to leave is not support. Showing him on a obscure web site from Russia is not evidence of tea party support either. So where's your evidence that he's a major leader in the tea party movement?


Use your own standard. Where's your proof he isn't. This dude is easily found with Internet search. He's shown to be an organizer of events. The dude wasn't shunned by others until his racist sign attracted media attention. It's obvious you don't have all the same motivations as he does but it's been clearly shown by others pics that he isn't alone
 
2010-04-17 10:05:11 PM
jaytkay: dwh1963: Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

It's not irrational to hate people who are fighting very hard to make life worse for all of us.

Worse? Only if you're so helpless you need the government to take care of you cradle to grave.
 
2010-04-17 10:06:10 PM
Mugato: dwh1963: WhyteRaven74: dwh1963: Came for the irrational hatred of conservatives.

check the Andrew Sullivan thread on the politics tab from yesterday.

Why? Does that make the irrational hatred of conservatives okay?

And the irrational hatred of Obama?


There is some, I suppose. I see a lot more disagreement than hatred.
 
2010-04-17 10:10:22 PM
dwh1963: There is some, I suppose.

Yep. There is some. That's what people are talking about. Some irrational hatred.
 
2010-04-17 10:13:17 PM
hngilchrist: Demagogue the opponents motives but never get into a rational discussion with them.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

(catches breath)

snerk

/projecting much?
 
2010-04-17 10:13:58 PM
images9.cafepress.com

Link (new window)
 
2010-04-17 10:17:35 PM
cleverscreenname77: /Have you seen Barbara Bush Helen Mirren lately?

Mirren is only 64, and I'd hit her like the fist of Jehovah on the warpath.
 
2010-04-17 10:28:02 PM
tuna fingers: Gdalescrboz:[blah]

Do you have an older sister that went through Junior High?


Oh she went through it all right.

First the football players. Then the basketball team, the baseball team, and the soccer team.

Then the field hockey team.
 
2010-04-17 10:29:47 PM
Gdalescrboz:

That is the second post youve made that made absolutely zero sense. You arent anywhere near the park with anything relevent or on topic


You jumped into my topic, child. I called out Alien Robot and you injected your own version of drivel. What is your point, asshat? Do you have one?
 
2010-04-17 10:33:54 PM
dwh1963: Why? Does that make the irrational hatred of conservatives okay?

Sullivan, who is a conservative, was hated on by people calling themselves conservatives. The one actual conservative gets hated on by the very people who claim to fit into the same camp. Instead of listening to him they trash him. And the only reason that presents itself as for why this happens is that he's gay.
 
2010-04-17 10:37:01 PM
Crash_Test_Dhimmi: Link (new window)

What a bunch of clueless hyperbolic twats.
 
2010-04-17 10:37:53 PM
tuna fingers 2010-04-17 10:29:47 PM
Gdalescrboz:

That is the second post youve made that made absolutely zero sense. You arent anywhere near the park with anything relevent or on topic

You jumped into my topic, child. I called out Alien Robot and you injected your own version of drivel. What is your point, asshat? Do you have one?


I made my point, then you try to go all Edgar Allen Poe with that gay ass poem that wasnt anywhere close to being elevent to my post.
 
2010-04-17 10:40:34 PM
WhyteRaven74: And the only reason that presents itself as for why this happens is that he's gay.

He's also anti-torture.
 
2010-04-17 10:42:29 PM
What people fail to comprehend is that the tea party movement is not a right wing cult. They are pushing the same views as the VAST majority of the country.
I for one thank Obama and his buddies for getting the silent majority and making it the loud majority.
 
2010-04-17 10:43:44 PM
Gdalescrboz: tuna fingers 2010-04-17 10:29:47 PM
Gdalescrboz:

That is the second post youve made that made absolutely zero sense. You arent anywhere near the park with anything relevent or on topic

You jumped into my topic, child. I called out Alien Robot and you injected your own version of drivel. What is your point, asshat? Do you have one?

I made my point, then you try to go all Edgar Allen Poe with that gay ass poem that wasnt anywhere close to being elevent to my post.


Gawd, you are an idiot.
What is your point?
Express it.
I'll knock it down immediately, because you are in fact an idiot.
Poe?
Gay ass poem?
I'll take that as a compliment. And I'll try to profit off of it.
Yet I wrote no poem.
Gotdamm, you are an idiot.
 
2010-04-17 10:43:59 PM
DssDevl: What people fail to comprehend is that the tea party movement is not a right wing cult. They are pushing the same views as the VAST majority of the country.
I for one thank Obama and his buddies for getting the silent majority and making it the loud majority.


No, they are a bunch of inbred hillbillies that want government out of Medicare.
 
2010-04-17 10:48:23 PM
Sabyen91:
No, they are a bunch of inbred hillbillies that want government out of Medicare.


Brilliant post.
 
2010-04-17 10:49:00 PM
DssDevl: They are pushing the same views as the VAST majority of the country.

See the recent NY Times/CBS poll, teabagger. The VAST majority do not support the teabaggers. But the teabaggers THINK everyone is with them.

Conservatism is a pathology, that is just one of many symptoms.
 
2010-04-17 10:52:10 PM
Tuna fingers

Sorry, i mistook

You, dear friend, are my new asshole.
Seeing as how I feed you nourishment, you spew nothing but shiat.
I did protest Bush's war against Iraq.
I was not alone.
I ACTIVELY (IN THE STREETS) PROTESTED BUSH'S WAR AGAINST IRAQ.
I lost some friends along the way.
I was not alone.
The "Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism" sign was held by me.
You, dear friend, are my asshole.
Thanks.


as an attempt to turn wargarble into something tangible by means of poetry. seeing as its not poetry, its just plain wargarble
 
2010-04-17 10:54:18 PM
Sabyen91: tirob: Kusanagi: Sigh.

I actually agreed with the Tea Party in principle...

I think he might have been talking about the pre-Obama tea-parties. It was a very small Ron Paul movement IIRC.


Based on Kusanagi's subsequent post, you are clearly right. Although I confess I never heard of the tea party movement until some time after Mr. Obama's inauguration.
 
2010-04-17 10:58:32 PM
Gdalescrboz: Tuna fingers

Sorry, i mistook

You, dear friend, are my new asshole.
Seeing as how I feed you nourishment, you spew nothing but shiat.
I did protest Bush's war against Iraq.
I was not alone.
I ACTIVELY (IN THE STREETS) PROTESTED BUSH'S WAR AGAINST IRAQ.
I lost some friends along the way.
I was not alone.
The "Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism" sign was held by me.
You, dear friend, are my asshole.
Thanks.

as an attempt to turn wargarble into something tangible by means of poetry. seeing as its not poetry, its just plain wargarble


And a point? You have one?
I'm still missing it.
 
2010-04-17 10:59:13 PM
tirob: Sabyen91: tirob: Kusanagi: Sigh.

I actually agreed with the Tea Party in principle...

I think he might have been talking about the pre-Obama tea-parties. It was a very small Ron Paul movement IIRC.

Based on Kusanagi's subsequent post, you are clearly right. Although I confess I never heard of the tea party movement until some time after Mr. Obama's inauguration.


Yeah, Fox took it over after Obama took office and it became a damned nutball factory.
 
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