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2012-01-05 10:03:32 AM
Mitt Romney is anything you want him to be.
A "whore for votes," if you will.
 
2012-01-05 10:08:41 AM

Bukharin: Mitt Romney is anything you want him to be.
A "whore for votes," if you will.


Man, that is harsh. You should apologize to working girls everywhere for such a comparison.
 
2012-01-05 10:14:35 AM
WND really loves their conspiracy theories, huh?
 
2012-01-05 10:15:33 AM
Yes, Romeny's a whore. But this purity test nonsense is counterproductive.
 
2012-01-05 10:17:16 AM

Snarfangel: Bukharin: Mitt Romney is anything you want him to be.
A "whore for votes," if you will.

Man, that is harsh. You should apologize to working girls everywhere for such a comparison.


Wow. You are right. That was really retarded of me.
Sometimes I can be oblivious to how offensive common phrases are.
 
2012-01-05 10:22:41 AM
Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties. They are both self serving ass holes who are looking out for their country club buddies.
 
2012-01-05 10:27:40 AM

Bukharin: Wow. You are right. That was really retarded of me.
Sometimes I can be oblivious to how offensive common phrases are.




Yeah, you dont feel as dirty after touching a whore.
 
2012-01-05 10:29:09 AM

basemetal: there's not that much difference between the two parties.


Yes there is.
 
2012-01-05 10:32:40 AM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.


Only people who've been living in a cave the last three years are allowed to think this.
 
2012-01-05 10:38:55 AM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.


One is trying to regulate how often you can have sex and to ban medical procedures. The other is trying to fix the country.

Yep, no difference there.
 
2012-01-05 10:41:29 AM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties. They are both self serving ass holes who are looking out for their country club buddies.


I see this said quite often. You are either not paying enough attention or you have shiat in your brain pan.
 
2012-01-05 10:44:08 AM

Bukharin: Mitt Romney is anything you want him to be.
A "whore for votes," if you will.


Dude. A whore is honest. You know what you're getting with a whore.
 
2012-01-05 10:44:28 AM
I think Romney may be left to the rest of the cast of the Looney Bunch but that doesn't make him a Democrat. WND has attached their cart to the far right so they are trying to scare their "readers" away from Romney.

Romney is going to be the nominee and you will see the same people that hate him defend him like he was the next coming of Elvis Jesus once the primaries are over.
 
2012-01-05 10:50:18 AM
I mean, aside from the Obama tax cuts for the wealthy, aside from gutting the social safety net, aside from doing nothing to reign in the security theater state, aside from granting the office of the President more unchecked powers, aside from repassing the Patriot Act, aside from continuing tellecomm immunity, aside from not plugging that insider trading loophole Congress takes advantage of, aside from expanding the War on Drugs, aside from being anti-marriage equality, aside from gutting environmental protections, the parties are totally different.
 
2012-01-05 10:55:31 AM

Aarontology: I mean, aside from the Obama tax cuts for the wealthy, aside from gutting the social safety net, aside from doing nothing to reign in the security theater state, aside from granting the office of the President more unchecked powers, aside from repassing the Patriot Act, aside from continuing tellecomm immunity, aside from not plugging that insider trading loophole Congress takes advantage of, aside from expanding the War on Drugs, aside from being anti-marriage equality, aside from gutting environmental protections, the parties are totally different.


Came back to say this, but you took care of it for me.
 
2012-01-05 10:58:35 AM

Aarontology: I mean, aside from the Obama tax cuts for the wealthy, aside from gutting the social safety net, aside from doing nothing to reign in the security theater state, aside from granting the office of the President more unchecked powers, aside from repassing the Patriot Act, aside from continuing tellecomm immunity, aside from not plugging that insider trading loophole Congress takes advantage of, aside from expanding the War on Drugs, aside from being anti-marriage equality, aside from gutting environmental protections, the parties are totally different.


You named most of my problems I have with Obama. The dilemma is the Republicans want to turn all of those things up to 11.
 
2012-01-05 11:09:33 AM

Aarontology: I mean, aside from the Obama tax cuts for the wealthy, aside from gutting the social safety net, aside from doing nothing to reign in the security theater state, aside from granting the office of the President more unchecked powers, aside from repassing the Patriot Act, aside from continuing tellecomm immunity, aside from not plugging that insider trading loophole Congress takes advantage of, aside from expanding the War on Drugs, aside from being anti-marriage equality, aside from gutting environmental protections, the parties are totally different.


Also, most of the things Obama has tried has been blocked by the obstructionists in Congress.

Here is a list of things they have blocked or have attempted to block.

Link (new window)


Obama may be more to the center than we would like him to be but the Republicans are actively trying to deregulate everything, abolish the EPA, ban Gay Marriage (Obama thinks it is a states rights issue. I disagree), make abortion illegal even in the case of rape or incest, make our country a Theocracy, give even more tax cuts to the rich and disenfranchise the middle class, give corporations more rights than the individual, etc.

Obama has not lived up to his promises in my opinion and has done quite a few things wrong. That being said The Republicans have gone so far to the right they don't even resemble the party of GW Bush.
 
2012-01-05 11:14:04 AM

GWLush: Also, most of the things Obama has tried has been blocked by the obstructionists in Congress.


Every single one of those things I mentioned has passed the House and Senate and received Obama's signature. Every single one. You say the dilemma is that the GOP wants to turn them up to 11.

I say the dilemma is that Obama and the Democrats are all too willing to go along with it without putting up any sort of fight and people excuse it because the GOP has gone flat out f*cking insane. The GOP being idiots doesn't excuse the Democrats from being GOP lite.
 
2012-01-05 11:14:19 AM

what_now: Bukharin: Mitt Romney is anything you want him to be.
A "whore for votes," if you will.

Dude. A whore is honest. You know what you're getting with a whore.


A bad case of the clap?
 
2012-01-05 11:15:38 AM

Aarontology: I mean, aside from the Obama tax cuts for the wealthy, aside from gutting the social safety net, aside from doing nothing to reign in the security theater state, aside from granting the office of the President more unchecked powers, aside from repassing the Patriot Act, aside from continuing tellecomm immunity, aside from not plugging that insider trading loophole Congress takes advantage of, aside from expanding the War on Drugs, aside from being anti-marriage equality, aside from gutting environmental protections, the parties are totally different.


Now for the differences:

A fundamental disagreement about the utility of social security at all, asserting Americans should have affordable health insurance, asserting the environment should be protected, asserting consumers have rights and should be protected from harmful marketing, making sure banks can't use tax payer money to make risky investments, belief that American workers can organize, a fundamental belief military action should be multilateral, and that climate change is real . . .
 
2012-01-05 11:23:25 AM

Aarontology: GWLush: Also, most of the things Obama has tried has been blocked by the obstructionists in Congress.

Every single one of those things I mentioned has passed the House and Senate and received Obama's signature. Every single one. You say the dilemma is that the GOP wants to turn them up to 11.

I say the dilemma is that Obama and the Democrats are all too willing to go along with it without putting up any sort of fight and people excuse it because the GOP has gone flat out f*cking insane. The GOP being idiots doesn't excuse the Democrats from being GOP lite.


I totally agree with you. Like I said, I don't excuse Obama for the things he has done wrong. I can't stand what a pussy Obama has been on a lot of things. Like you said though the GOP has gone batshiat. There is no way in hell I would vote for any of them. I also refuse to not vote. So the best I can hope for is for Obama to grow some farking balls in his second term and stop with all of this bi-partisanship that is obviously not working.

What really needs to happen is we need to vote out everyone of the obstructionists so bills that do help the country as a whole can get passed.
 
2012-01-05 11:41:04 AM

cameroncrazy1984: what_now: Bukharin: Mitt Romney is anything you want him to be.
A "whore for votes," if you will.

Dude. A whore is honest. You know what you're getting with a whore.

A bad case of the clap?


assets0.ordienetworks.com
 
2012-01-05 11:48:25 AM
WHAR GOP MEMBER CARD WHAR?
 
2012-01-05 11:51:27 AM

GAT_00: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

One is trying to regulate how often you can have sex and to ban medical procedures. The other is trying to fix the country.

Yep, no difference there.


But both are happy to throw you in prison indefinitely without charges, and both are eager to break the internet so the buggy-whip manufacturers recording industries can squeeze a few more dimes out of you.
 
2012-01-05 11:58:47 AM

Diogenes: Yes, Romeny's a whore. But this purity test nonsense is counterproductive.


The preferred spelling is Rmoney.
 
2012-01-05 12:32:26 PM
Mitt Romney is a secret Democrat sekrit dhimmicrap

If the link is to WingNutDerpy, go with it the whole way.
 
2012-01-05 12:45:37 PM
Yup. Seekrit Democrat.

What the f*ck are these folks going to think of a real Moderate then?
 
2012-01-05 12:52:32 PM

Aarontology: I mean, aside from the Obama tax cuts for the wealthy, aside from gutting the social safety net....


No No No! Thursday is "Obama is the libbiest lib to ever lib a lib with his socialism" day.
Friday is "Both sidez are teh bad" day.
 
2012-01-05 01:00:41 PM
Obama is going to wipe the floor with his wealthy white butt.
 
2012-01-05 01:07:38 PM

Dusk-You-n-Me: Obama is going to wipe the floor with his wealthy white butt.


Couldn't he use a towel or something?
 
2012-01-05 01:10:55 PM
Oh, man. Why did we inform them of this now? This memo was not supposed to be released before October.
 
2012-01-05 01:10:55 PM
Yeah, but have we seen Romney's long-form birth certificate?
 
2012-01-05 01:12:31 PM

Fart_Machine: Yeah, but have we seen Romney's long-form birth certificate?


Romney has two mommies.
 
2012-01-05 01:12:45 PM

hubiestubert: Yup. Seekrit Democrat.

What the f*ck are these folks going to think of a real Moderate then?


Flip-flopper? Spineless? RINO?
 
2012-01-05 01:13:36 PM

hubiestubert: Yup. Seekrit Democrat.

What the f*ck are these folks going to think of a real Moderate then?


Hell, what would World Nut Daily have thought of Nixon (advocated the fixing of wages and prices), Reagan (raised federal taxes every year except his first, expanded Medicare and Medicaid), or Eisenhower (responsible for the largest public works project in the nation's history)? Those who are ignorant of the past...
 
2012-01-05 01:13:42 PM
He's a New England Republican, which makes him nearly the equivalent of a Southern Blue Dog Democrat.
 
2012-01-05 01:14:50 PM
So, when does WND start the push to bring Romney's Birth Certificate out into the public?
 
2012-01-05 01:15:03 PM

Fart_Machine: Yeah, but have we seen Romney's long-form birth certificate?


Whar is Tax Reutrn? Whar?!
 
2012-01-05 01:19:18 PM

Bukharin: Mitt Romney is anything you want him to be.
A "whore for votes," if you will.


So Romney's entries in Fark photoshop contests always have gratuitous boobies?
 
2012-01-05 01:21:43 PM
He seems like the kind of guy you'd want to be your waiter.
 
2012-01-05 01:22:08 PM
Is this what a circular firing squad looks like?
 
2012-01-05 01:23:20 PM

hubiestubert: Yup. Seekrit Democrat.

What the f*ck are these folks going to think of a real Moderate then?


That's one of the problems they'll have going forward IMO. At least Obama tries to do things that Republicans can get behind and for that he'll probably pick up some moderate Republicans. But the current Republicans won't do that. There's no way a Republican president will work with Dems because they would be crucified by their party base. It's gone so far off the deep end that there's no room for compromise. Not amongst themselves and especially not with Democrats. They can't win like that because it requires compromise for Washington to work.
 
2012-01-05 01:23:24 PM
Obama and Romney are essentially the same candidate. Obama being to the right on about as many issues Romney is secretly to the left on. I say "secretly" because he really wants the nomination and derpy voters hate the Lefty Librul Soshulists. So a choice between either will just bring more of the same. Move along, nothing to see here.
 
2012-01-05 01:25:58 PM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.


You're an idiot.
 
2012-01-05 01:26:25 PM
That's no secret. Everybody knows that.
 
2012-01-05 01:32:04 PM
CORPORATIONS ARE PEOPLE, MY FRIENDS.

That line alone is going to sink him the hardest. What with this new environment ushered in by the 99% protests (which I'm guessing will be even more intense next summer), the whole bail-out-the-banks thing, the state of our economy BECAUSE of the way corporations abuse our system... that line will be his anchor.

And this isn't some flipflop from 10 years ago, either. He said it just this past year.
 
2012-01-05 01:32:04 PM

Le Grand Inquisitor: Obama and Romney are essentially the same candidate. Obama being to the right on about as many issues Romney is secretly to the left on. I say "secretly" because he really wants the nomination and derpy voters hate the Lefty Librul Soshulists. So a choice between either will just bring more of the same. Move along, nothing to see here.


How do you decide what Romney actually believes? When he was running for office in Taxachussets, he was pro-choice, pro-medical care for the poor, pro-civil marriage. Now he's running in the teabagger primary, and he's exactly the opposite.

The logical conclusion is that he doesn't give two shiats about any of those things. I'm pretty sure the only things he cares about are money, getting elected, and buying the latest in magical undergarments. Say what you will about the tenets of Obamaism, at least it's an ethos.
 
2012-01-05 01:32:38 PM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.


THIS IS WHAT PAULTARDS ACTUALLY BELIEVE
 
2012-01-05 01:32:40 PM

henryhill: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

You're an idiot.


Which is more vile, how they are the same or how they differ?
 
2012-01-05 01:33:24 PM

Le Grand Inquisitor: Obama and Romney are essentially the same candidate. Obama being to the right on about as many issues Romney is secretly to the left on. I say "secretly" because he really wants the nomination and derpy voters hate the Lefty Librul Soshulists. So a choice between either will just bring more of the same. Move along, nothing to see here.


Voting for a first-term Romney or a second-term Obama? And you think that's going to be basically the same thing? That's fascinating.
 
2012-01-05 01:39:57 PM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties. They are both self serving ass holes who are looking out for their country club buddies.


Pretty much Matt Taibbi's conclusion here: Iowa: The Meaningless Sideshow Begins

but everyone knows that in the end, once the primaries are finished, we're going to be left with one 1%-approved stooge taking on another.

...

This widespread and growing movement against the twin corrupting influences of money on our politics and state patronage on big business is going on everywhere - on the streets, in these courthouses, in the homes of people refusing to move after foreclosure, even in the antitax movements and the campaigns against state pensions.

The only place we can be absolutely sure this battle will not be found is in any national presidential race between Barack Obama and someone like Mitt Romney.

The campaign is still a gigantic ritual and it will still be attended by all the usual pomp and spectacle, but it's empty. In fact, because it's really a contest between 1%-approved candidates, it's worse than empty - it's obnoxious.

It was always annoying when these two parties and the slavish media that follows their champions around for 18 months pretended that this was a colossal clash of opposites. But now, with the economy in the shape that it's in thanks in large part to the people financing these elections, that pretense is more than annoying, it's offensive.

And I imagine that the more they try to play up the drama of these familiar-but-empty campaign rituals, the more irritating to the public it will all become. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if, before the season is out, the campaign itself will become a hated symbol of the 1% -- with the conventions and the networks' broadcast tents outside the inevitable "free speech zones" attracting protests the same way the offices of Chase and Bank of America did this fall.

Or maybe not, we'll see. In any case, the dreary campaign to choose the next imperial administrator -- the One Percent-Off, let's call it -- starts tonight. It's the same old ritual, but I just don't think it's going to fly the same way this time around.
 
2012-01-05 01:42:29 PM
Dear Conservatives:

Not everything that is counter to your own belief system is some secret, conspiratorial design. Frankly, you aren't smart enough to necessitate going to all that trouble. Look at how Rep. Barton was so flummoxed by Sec'y Chu that he walked away thinking he'd bested the brainiac, for just one example. You are stupid people. That's why the safety of conservatism appeals to you. It also means the rest of us can look you right in the eye and tell you the whole truth and you will still not understand. You could be fooled by a magician on the radio,
 
2012-01-05 01:46:18 PM

GAT_00: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

One is trying to regulate how often you can have sex and to ban medical procedures. The other is trying to fix the country.

Yep, no difference there.


Myopic much?
 
2012-01-05 01:46:30 PM
WND are really a democratic institution created to try and push the Republican party away from centrist moderates in order to enable more Democratic candidates to win elections in swing districts.
 
2012-01-05 01:47:05 PM
Go ahead, GOP. Hand Obama 4 more years.

cuz we all want to listen to your sorry whiny patriotically responsible asses for 4 more......

Oh, and thanks for the jobs bills. Way to follow through....
 
2012-01-05 01:52:02 PM

gshepnyc: You could be fooled by a magician on the radio


They are, regularly. Limbaugh the Rotund does magic for them every day; magic that he knows is all a show and a lie.
 
2012-01-05 01:52:24 PM

Lando Lincoln: Le Grand Inquisitor: Obama and Romney are essentially the same candidate. Obama being to the right on about as many issues Romney is secretly to the left on. I say "secretly" because he really wants the nomination and derpy voters hate the Lefty Librul Soshulists. So a choice between either will just bring more of the same. Move along, nothing to see here.

Voting for a first-term Romney or a second-term Obama? And you think that's going to be basically the same thing? That's fascinating.


No matter which wins, congress will be divided. Statistics show the GOP has a chance to take the senate by a slim margin, but will probably lose a chunk of their house majority. 2012 will be an equalizing year for both houses. Whoever is in the White house will have hostile minority congressmembers bent on derailing their agenda.

Both Obama and Romney are corporitists. A liberal myth is that Obama played it safe to get reelected but will unleash his fully-armed and operational liberal agenda during a second term. This simply will not happen. He has proven he is a weak executive and will only get weaker as congress becomes even more divided.

A first term Romney will try to assert dominence, but the establishment and teahadists don't really trust him, and will walk all over him. In both cases we'll have status quo in Washington.
 
2012-01-05 01:55:10 PM

henryhill: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

You're an idiot.


You're naive.
 
2012-01-05 01:56:11 PM

basemetal: henryhill: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

You're an idiot.

You're naive.


www.freehomeworkmathhelp.com
 
2012-01-05 01:59:50 PM

basemetal: henryhill: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

You're an idiot.

You're naive.


Of course there's a difference. One's a right wing party, the other's an extreme right wing party.
 
2012-01-05 02:16:08 PM

rustypouch: basemetal: henryhill: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

You're an idiot.

You're naive.

Of course there's a difference. One's a right wing party, the other's an extreme right wing party.


One is a corporate whore that gets votes by legislating Christianity. The other is a corporate whore that gets votes by not.
 
2012-01-05 02:18:58 PM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties. They are both self serving ass holes who are looking out for their country club buddies.


THIS
 
2012-01-05 02:20:57 PM

GWLush: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties. They are both self serving ass holes who are looking out for their country club buddies.

I see this said quite often. You are either not paying enough attention or you have shiat in your brain pan.


Power is what they all crave. They just choose the agenda that they think will make the shortest path, whether that be "fixing" the country, or telling you who you can have sex with.
 
2012-01-05 02:23:13 PM

penguinfark: GWLush: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties. They are both self serving ass holes who are looking out for their country club buddies.

I see this said quite often. You are either not paying enough attention or you have shiat in your brain pan.

Power is what they all crave. They just choose the agenda that they think will make the shortest path, whether that be "fixing" the country, or telling you who you can have sex with.


Yes, I'm cynical. And yet I lean left on social issues. Fiscal issues? Not sure.
 
2012-01-05 02:28:24 PM

penguinfark: GWLush: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties. They are both self serving ass holes who are looking out for their country club buddies.

I see this said quite often. You are either not paying enough attention or you have shiat in your brain pan.

Power is what they all crave. They just choose the agenda that they think will make the shortest path, whether that be "fixing" the country, or telling you who you can have sex with.


True but I prefer the Liberal plan of helping people and stuff, not worrying about who farks who, and not legilasting what someone does with their vag,.
 
2012-01-05 02:32:05 PM
Ill vote for whoever will legalize pot. Unfortunately, Obama is not the enemy. So....Ron Paul!!

/dammit...
 
2012-01-05 02:32:41 PM
lol, not = now
 
2012-01-05 02:32:48 PM

Vodka Zombie: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

Only people who've been living in a cave the last three thirty years are allowed to think this.


FIFY
 
2012-01-05 02:39:04 PM
I love it. Jon Huntsman is a socialist. Mitt Romney is a democrat. GWB was a RINO. 12 years ago RON PAUL was considered a right-wing loon, but now there are teabaggers calling him a leftist because he doesn't want the sick to die while doctors standby and do nothing.

Now that we've seen where this party is headed we have two options.
1) The U.S. will reject these sociopaths completely. Then we can start making some headway towards joining the other 21st century developed nations.
2) We will not reject them and I know I need to leave the country before it goes completely to shiat and nobody wants to take U.S. refugees anymore.
 
2012-01-05 02:43:22 PM
So World Net Daily says Romney is a liberal/democrat
and Sarah Palin says he is a social conservative and that is why he won Iowa Link (new window)

So who is the Tea Party going to listen to.
 
2012-01-05 02:44:50 PM
Mittens may have some Democratic leanings, but Black Muslim Hitler is the best Republican President we've had in my lifetime.

/The list only goes back to Unkie Ron so the competition isn't exactly tough for President Obama
 
2012-01-05 02:46:30 PM

hubiestubert: Yup. Seekrit Democrat.

What the f*ck are these folks going to think of a real Moderate then?


Well, if I had to guess, I'd say they'd call him a sekrit muslin socialist Kenyun terrorist fistbomber.
 
2012-01-05 02:48:48 PM

spongeboob: So World Net Daily says Romney is a liberal/democrat
and Sarah Palin says he is a social conservative and that is why he won Iowa Link (new window)

So who is the Tea Party going to listen to.


Both. They just don't care if it contradicts.
 
2012-01-05 02:49:11 PM
And Obama is a secret Republican, so we're even.

/didn't read the thread, did someone already say that?
 
2012-01-05 02:50:17 PM

Don't Troll Me Bro!: 1) The U.S. will reject these sociopaths completely. Then we can start making some headway towards joining the other 21st century developed nations.


It's really an interesting question whether hard right conservatives are really sociopaths or high functioning autistics. who, while not generally as destructive as sociopaths, also lack the basic capacity for empathy upon which human conscience is built.
 
2012-01-05 02:53:10 PM

spongeboob: So World Net Daily says Romney is a liberal/democrat
and Sarah Palin says he is a social conservative and that is why he won Iowa Link (new window)

So who is the Tea Party going to listen to.


Do you think insurmountable logical contradictions bother Tea Partiers?
 
2012-01-05 02:55:00 PM

derpdeederp: Ill vote for whoever will legalize pot. Unfortunately, Obama is not the enemy. So....Ron Paul!!

/dammit...


Screw gay people having rights, non-Christians having rights, minorities having rights smoking pot is so much more important!!
 
2012-01-05 02:56:48 PM
So long as Romney swears never to abuse the powers he grants himself.

Romney could use one of those signing memos like BHO used (after swearing not to).
 
2012-01-05 02:57:57 PM
And Fartbongo is the best Republican running. Haha
 
2012-01-05 03:11:58 PM
From the comments on the article...

mascmen7
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Romney=a fake Republican Obama=a fake American Romney has always supported Democrats until he ran against Ted Kennedy when he finally registered as a Republican. Obama was born at Coast Province General Hospital in Mombasa, Kenya. He is being covered by the liberal Jewish owned mass media and GOP establishment who know he is an illegal alien but go along with the imposter educated to be a communist by the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. Obama never attended Columbia Univ as his Occidental grades were C and D. Columbia Univ enrolled Obama in their foreign student program run by Zbiegniew Brzezinski who shipped him off to Moscow to be educated. Obama has pulled off one of the biggest cons in US history as Americans are clueless.


I do not have the words to describe this. I have to hope it is epic trolling and that I have been hooked and hooked well. But I fear it is not trolling but instead the actual beliefs of someone who is allowed to vote, drive, procreate, and probably own a gun. And I fear that this exact opinion is not an isolated one.
 
2012-01-05 03:13:01 PM
Corvus SmartestFunniest 2012-01-05 02:55:00 PM

derpdeederp: Ill vote for whoever will legalize pot. Unfortunately, Obama is not the enemy. So....Ron Paul!!

/dammit...

Screw gay people having rights, non-Christians having rights, minorities having rights smoking pot is so much more important!!


Uhh, he voted to repeal "Dont ask, Dont tell", he also voted against a congressional amendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman. Yes, he supports the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a law that bars federal recognition of same-sex marriages and allows the states to do the same. So what if he doesnt support homosexuality, hes seems to vote in favor of keeping it out of the federal governments hands consistently. Whats the problem with this? If your state wants to support gay marriage, Im sure he would say go for it.

Not sure about the non-christian thing or the minority thing, care to clarify?
 
2012-01-05 03:20:21 PM

bgddy24601: I do not have the words to describe this. I have to hope it is epic trolling and that I have been hooked and hooked well. But I fear it is not trolling but instead the actual beliefs of someone who is allowed to vote, drive, procreate, and probably own a gun. And I fear that this exact opinion is not an isolated one.


This is the US. You mean, "own a gun, procreate, and probably drive and vote".
 
2012-01-05 03:23:20 PM
I still say a secret deal gets struck where Romeny flips party affiliation and drops out of the race in late October in exchange for being picked a Vice President.
 
2012-01-05 03:34:50 PM

derpdeederp: Yes, he supports the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a law that bars federal recognition of same-sex marriages and allows the states to do the same. So what if he doesnt support homosexuality, hes seems to vote in favor of keeping it out of the federal governments hands consistently.


Wow, you managed to contradict yourself in two sentences.
 
2012-01-05 03:35:26 PM

error 303: I still say a secret deal gets struck where Romeny flips party affiliation and drops out of the race in late October in exchange for being picked a Vice President.


That would be hilarious.
 
2012-01-05 03:45:04 PM

Le Grand Inquisitor: Both Obama and Romney are corporitists. A liberal myth is that Obama played it safe to get reelected but will unleash his fully-armed and operational liberal agenda during a second term. This simply will not happen.


Nice crystal ball you got there.

Historically, second-term Presidents do get more ballsy and adventurous with policy-pushing. Because they're probably sick of Congress being Congress.
 
2012-01-05 03:45:36 PM

Le Grand Inquisitor: A liberal myth is that Obama played it safe to get reelected but will unleash his fully-armed and operational liberal agenda during a second term.


So this part made me read your entire post in the Emperor's voice. Everything sounds so much more profound and sinister when read in that quavering, cackling drawl.
 
2012-01-05 03:46:48 PM
 
2012-01-05 03:49:49 PM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.


No

basemetal: They are both self serving ass holes who are looking out for their country club buddies.


Yes
 
2012-01-05 03:50:13 PM

WizardofToast: spongeboob: So World Net Daily says Romney is a liberal/democrat
and Sarah Palin says he is a social conservative and that is why he won Iowa Link (new window)

So who is the Tea Party going to listen to.

Both. They just don't care if it contradicts.


gshepnyc:
Do you think insurmountable logical contradictions bother Tea Partiers?


The Tea party maybe okay with logical contradictions about certain things, however I think they believe in absolutes when it comes to people. People are either good or bad, Conservative or Socialist no middle ground. You are for us or against us, etc times inffinity.
Some of the Republicans will accept that Mitt is a conservative and that all his previous baggage is just a lot of nothing but some part will not be able to vote for him. It is just a question of how many.
 
2012-01-05 04:10:26 PM
Romney probably has no personal problem with gay marriage, but he would hang gay people from the public square if a poll told him 51% were for it.
 
2012-01-05 04:19:33 PM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.


So vote Republican!
 
2012-01-05 04:25:28 PM
Mitt Romney is a secret Democrat

So vote Republican!
 
2012-01-05 04:38:45 PM
can we file this article away for when WND endorses Romney for president in the general election?
 
2012-01-05 04:49:10 PM

bgddy24601: From the comments on the article...

... the liberal Jewish owned mass media ...


And we've finally come full circle back to "Jew-run media"! I called it!
 
2012-01-05 04:55:54 PM

Pants full of macaroni!!: And we've finally come full circle back to "Jew-run media"! I called it!


Obviously, the Jew run media were stirring up that latent anti-Semite OWS movement.
 
2012-01-05 05:10:27 PM
And, let's not forget, a Sekrit Messican.
 
2012-01-05 07:05:48 PM

spongeboob: The Tea party maybe okay with logical contradictions about certain things, however I think they believe in absolutes when it comes to people. People are either good or bad, Conservative or Socialist no middle ground. You are for us or against us, etc times inffinity.


Psychologists have a name for this: "failure to overcome splitting." "Splitting" being the early childhood division of the world into "all bad," and "all good." It is associated with certain character disorders, and political conservatism (which is really a species of character disorder).

Link (new window)
 
2012-01-05 07:13:20 PM

bugontherug: Don't Troll Me Bro!: 1) The U.S. will reject these sociopaths completely. Then we can start making some headway towards joining the other 21st century developed nations.

It's really an interesting question whether hard right conservatives are really sociopaths or high functioning autistics. who, while not generally as destructive as sociopaths, also lack the basic capacity for empathy upon which human conscience is built.


I get the feeling that the Paulites are autistics, while Gingrich and his ilk are simply sociopaths.
 
2012-01-05 07:33:44 PM

GWLush: I think Romney may be left to the rest of the cast of the Looney Bunch but that doesn't make him a Democrat. WND has attached their cart to the far right so they are trying to scare their "readers" away from Romney.

Romney is going to be the nominee and you will see the same people that hate him defend him like he was the next coming of Elvis Jesus once the primaries are over.


Next up: Wingnut Daily finds proof that Romney is really Obama's twin brother!
 
2012-01-05 07:40:19 PM
WND has obviously forgotten that Saint Ronny Reagan was also a Democrat to begin with.
 
2012-01-05 07:44:15 PM

derpdeederp: Corvus SmartestFunniest 2012-01-05 02:55:00 PM

derpdeederp: Ill vote for whoever will legalize pot. Unfortunately, Obama is not the enemy. So....Ron Paul!!

/dammit...

Screw gay people having rights, non-Christians having rights, minorities having rights smoking pot is so much more important!!

Uhh, he voted to repeal "Dont ask, Dont tell", he also voted against a congressional amendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman. Yes, he supports the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a law that bars federal recognition of same-sex marriages and allows the states to do the same. So what if he doesnt support homosexuality, hes seems to vote in favor of keeping it out of the federal governments hands consistently. Whats the problem with this? If your state wants to support gay marriage, Im sure he would say go for it.

Not sure about the non-christian thing or the minority thing, care to clarify?


No he didn't he supported the federal government in defining marriage as being between a man and woman!!!

He also supports/authored a law that would allow states to ban homosexual (and any sexual acts) the state didn't like and create official state religions.

Allowing states to take away rights from people doesn't make it any better than the federal government but to you smoking pot is more important than americans enjoying the same rights as everyone else.
 
2012-01-05 07:46:04 PM
Continuity is important, and that's what we will get under a President Romney or indeed President Obama. Hopefully the same people will be in place, because I'm looking forward to seeing all of your children in their shiny new ball gags, bleeding from every orifice. lol.

/no children
//yours gonna get raped
///you'll get over it
 
2012-01-05 07:47:44 PM

derpdeederp: Corvus SmartestFunniest 2012-01-05 02:55:00 PM

derpdeederp: Ill vote for whoever will legalize pot. Unfortunately, Obama is not the enemy. So....Ron Paul!!

/dammit...

Screw gay people having rights, non-Christians having rights, minorities having rights smoking pot is so much more important!!

Uhh, he voted to repeal "Dont ask, Dont tell", he also voted against a congressional amendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman. Yes, he supports the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a law that bars federal recognition of same-sex marriages and allows the states to do the same. So what if he doesnt support homosexuality, hes seems to vote in favor of keeping it out of the federal governments hands consistently. Whats the problem with this? If your state wants to support gay marriage, Im sure he would say go for it.

Not sure about the non-christian thing or the minority thing, care to clarify?


You are one of the cluless Ron Paul fans who never herd of the "We the people* Act"? (new window)

* "We the people" only count as hetero Christians.

SEC. 3. LIMITATION ON JURISDICTION.

The Supreme Court of the United States and each Federal court--

(1) shall not adjudicate--

(A) any claim involving the laws, regulations, or policies of any State or unit of local government relating to the free exercise or establishment of religion;

(B) any claim based upon the right of privacy, including any such claim related to any issue of sexual practices, orientation, or reproduction; or

(C) any claim based upon equal protection of the laws to the extent such claim is based upon the right to marry without regard to sex or sexual orientation; and

(2) shall not rely on any judicial decision involving any issue referred to in paragraph (1).
 
2012-01-05 08:01:28 PM
Mitt Romney is a secret Democrat, which one? John Kerry.
 
2012-01-05 08:46:45 PM

what_now: Dude. A whore is honest. You know what you're getting with a whore.


an itchy weenie that shoots flames?
 
2012-01-05 09:36:06 PM
There's a man who leads a life of danger.
To everyone he meets he stays a stranger.
With every vote he makes, another chance he takes.
Odds are he won't be the pick tomorrow.

Secret Democrat
Secret Democrat
They've given you New Hampshire,
and taken away your Bain.

/quick and dirty ditty.
 
2012-01-05 09:50:59 PM
What sort of person gets their news from WND?
 
2012-01-05 10:13:39 PM

basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.


And therefore, we should not vote for either of them. If enough of us do that, I think there's a secret clause in the Constitution that makes us revert to anarchy.

/Or, y'know, you could always PICK. ANOTHER. NAME.
//But don't mind me, telling you to waste your vote on a party that might be different from those two.
 
2012-01-05 10:16:48 PM

Aarontology: I mean, aside from the Obama tax cuts for the wealthy, aside from gutting the social safety net, aside from doing nothing to reign in the security theater state, aside from granting the office of the President more unchecked powers, aside from repassing the Patriot Act, aside from continuing tellecomm immunity, aside from not plugging that insider trading loophole Congress takes advantage of, aside from expanding the War on Drugs, aside from being anti-marriage equality, aside from gutting environmental protections, the parties are totally different.


Wah, the party I voted to fix our problems hasn't fixed them yet, so let's give power back to the party who created the problems in the first place!

/"But wait! I didn't vote last time, I'm not to blame!"
//Yes. Yes you are.
///PICK. ANOTHER. NAME.
 
2012-01-06 01:01:17 AM

IlGreven: basemetal: Meh, there's not that much difference between the two parties.

And therefore, we should not vote for either of them. If enough of us do that, I think there's a secret clause in the Constitution that makes us revert to anarchy.

/Or, y'know, you could always PICK. ANOTHER. NAME.
//But don't mind me, telling you to waste your vote on a party that might be different from those two.


That's only going to work if a whole lot of people who PICK. ANOTHER. NAME. also PICK. THE. SAME. NAME.

Because a lot of people last time picked another name, just they picked like a dozen of them, so it didn't help much, you know?
 
2012-01-06 05:03:34 AM
I can find something I don't like about every Republican currently running when it comes to issues they support or they're against.

With the exception of Santorum, they are all an improvement over Obama. In some cases dramatic improvements, in some cases moderate improvements, and in some cases would be a disaster in their own right but still better than Obama.

I've said it once and I'll say it again, I won't just "not vote" if it's Santorum vs Obama, I will actively vote for Obama because he is better than Santorum.
 
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