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2012-02-10 09:45:41 AM
Here, let me sum up TFA for everyone:

"Dear Republicans - you suck ass through a STRAW" by James Carville.

/not that I disagree
 
2012-02-10 09:56:20 AM
That article is like a piece of New York cheesecake.

Favourite part:

"Newt is fighting now, but he will come around as I am sure the Koch brothers are in need of a good historian. "

Second favourite part:

"So guys, this is where you are. You are going to nominate a politically detached candidate who speaks French, has Swiss bank accounts, lives in Massachusetts, went to Harvard, whose daddy was born in Mexico. Way to go! I'll check back with you boys after Mardi Gras. In the meantime, laissez les bons temps rouler! (It's French. Ask the Mittster to translate.)"
 
2012-02-10 10:10:41 AM
BTW, are there actually and Conservatives who think Obama isn't getting re-elected?
 
2012-02-10 11:08:47 AM
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Nope. Can't say I do remember clean politics.
 
2012-02-10 11:09:12 AM

mrshowrules: BTW, are there actually and Conservatives who think Obama isn't getting re-elected?


There are actually liberals who think Obama deserves to be re-elected?

It's a shame we don't have an honest news media or entertainment industry because if we did the only thing Obama would be doing right now is trying to convince us that he shouldn't resign immediately.
 
2012-02-10 11:11:50 AM
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2012-02-10 11:11:54 AM

randomjsa: mrshowrules: BTW, are there actually and Conservatives who think Obama isn't getting re-elected?

There are actually liberals who think Obama deserves to be re-elected?

It's a shame we don't have an honest news media or entertainment industry because if we did the only thing Obama would be doing right now is trying to convince us that he shouldn't resign immediately.


I told you that you'd be butthurt again by lunchtime, libbynomore2. Way to go.
 
2012-02-10 11:12:45 AM
when politics was clean and fun

This myth needs to die.
 
2012-02-10 11:15:02 AM
obamaletdownwatch.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-02-10 11:19:37 AM

stoli n coke: randomjsa: mrshowrules: BTW, are there actually and Conservatives who think Obama isn't getting re-elected?

There are actually liberals who think Obama deserves to be re-elected?

It's a shame we don't have an honest news media or entertainment industry because if we did the only thing Obama would be doing right now is trying to convince us that he shouldn't resign immediately.

I told you that you'd be butthurt again by lunchtime, libbynomore2. Way to go.


Good job, Nostradamus, in predicting that he'd be butthurt before lunch. Now do tell us whether or not the sun will rise in the east tomorrow morning (-_-)
 
2012-02-10 11:21:24 AM
Dear subby: Picking ten words out of an article and stringing them together do not make a quote.
 
2012-02-10 11:25:04 AM

randomjsa: mrshowrules: BTW, are there actually and Conservatives who think Obama isn't getting re-elected?

There are actually liberals who think Obama deserves to be re-elected?

It's a shame we don't have an honest news media or entertainment industry because if we did the only thing Obama would be doing right now is trying to convince us that he shouldn't resign immediately.


Sounds like you don't like your chances and have already decided who to blame.

The Liberal lamestream media got you 8 years with Dubya. If you get 12 years with a Democratic POTUS, you can start bellyaching about the Liberal/Soros conspiracy.
 
2012-02-10 11:29:03 AM

IlGreven: Dear subby: Picking ten words out of an article and stringing them together do not make a quote.


paragraph 8 third sentence.

/fark you
//subby
 
2012-02-10 11:40:48 AM
Governor, if Kitty Dukakis were raped and murdered, would you favor an irrevocable death penalty for the killer?
 
2012-02-10 11:43:26 AM

randomjsa: mrshowrules: BTW, are there actually and Conservatives who think Obama isn't getting re-elected?

There are actually liberals who think Obama deserves to be re-elected?

It's a shame we don't have an honest news media or entertainment industry because if we did the only thing Obama would be doing right now is trying to convince us that he shouldn't resign immediately.


I think quite a few folks think he deserves to be re-elected. He's at a 49% approval rating, after months of all of the Repub candidates hammering at him. And he hasn't really spent a dime yet.

I'd say he's in a good position.
 
2012-02-10 11:45:13 AM
Carville may look like a close relative of the banjo kid in Deliverance, but he's better at topical humor.
 
2012-02-10 11:45:16 AM
Miss me yet?

i.usatoday.net
 
2012-02-10 11:46:00 AM

bujin: randomjsa: mrshowrules: BTW, are there actually and Conservatives who think Obama isn't getting re-elected?

There are actually liberals who think Obama deserves to be re-elected?

It's a shame we don't have an honest news media or entertainment industry because if we did the only thing Obama would be doing right now is trying to convince us that he shouldn't resign immediately.

I think quite a few folks think he deserves to be re-elected. He's at a 49% approval rating, after months of all of the Repub candidates hammering at him. And he hasn't really spent a dime yet.

I'd say he's in a good position.


I don't many Conservatives deserve him as President but they should be thankful he will take the job anyways.
 
2012-02-10 11:48:45 AM
americanextremists.thecomicseries.com
 
2012-02-10 11:53:23 AM

s2s2s2: [americanextremists.thecomicseries.com image 421x543]


Is what's cut off on the last one "Obama's policy on - Arugula, binder clips, spicy mustard, bowing, and wearing ties ion the oval office."?
 
2012-02-10 12:05:09 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: s2s2s2: [americanextremists.thecomicseries.com image 421x543]

Is what's cut off on the last one "Obama's policy on - Arugula, binder clips, spicy mustard, bowing, and wearing ties ion the oval office."?


Maybe it's a reference to this quote: "I believe that marriage is the union between a man and a woman. Now, for me as a Christian...it is also a sacred union. God's in the mix."
 
2012-02-10 12:12:31 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: s2s2s2: [americanextremists.thecomicseries.com image 421x543]

Is what's cut off on the last one "Obama's policy on - Arugula, binder clips, spicy mustard, bowing, and wearing ties ion the oval office."?


You may think all those individual gripes are silly and immature but you put them together and they start painting a pretty nasty picture of Obama.

A picture of a Obama with a mustard stained arugula leaf clipped to his shirt (instead of a tie) while he's bowing to someone in the oval office. Who's he bowing to in this picture? Ayers, Reverend Wright, Michael Moore, Soros, Al Sharpton? All of them?
 
2012-02-10 12:18:08 PM

s2s2s2: [americanextremists.thecomicseries.com image 421x543]


Show me a sane, viable Republican candidate who will be better on civil liberties and won't threaten to go to war with Iran.

/And don't go shouting "Ron Paul!"
//Remember, I said "sane" and "viable."
///Plus, he'd have no problem with states violating our civil liberties.
 
2012-02-10 12:22:52 PM

s2s2s2: Philip Francis Queeg: s2s2s2: [americanextremists.thecomicseries.com image 421x543]

Is what's cut off on the last one "Obama's policy on - Arugula, binder clips, spicy mustard, bowing, and wearing ties ion the oval office."?

Maybe it's a reference to this quote: "I believe that marriage is the union between a man and a woman. Now, for me as a Christian...it is also a sacred union. God's in the mix."


In a major policy reversal, the Obama administration said Wednesday it will no longer defend the constitutionality of a federal law banning recognition of same-sex marriage.

Attorney General Eric Holder said President Barack Obama has concluded that the administration cannot defend the federal law that defines marriage as only between a man and a woman. He noted that the congressional debate during passage of the Defense of Marriage Act "contains numerous expressions reflecting moral disapproval of gays and lesbians and their intimate and family relationships - precisely the kind of stereotype-based thinking and animus the (Constitution's) Equal Protection Clause is designed to guard against."

Link (new window)
 
2012-02-10 12:32:15 PM

s2s2s2: Philip Francis Queeg: s2s2s2: [americanextremists.thecomicseries.com image 421x543]

Is what's cut off on the last one "Obama's policy on - Arugula, binder clips, spicy mustard, bowing, and wearing ties ion the oval office."?

Maybe it's a reference to this quote: "I believe that marriage is the union between a man and a woman. Now, for me as a Christian...it is also a sacred union. God's in the mix."


So Obama can separate his personal views from the laws instituted by the government? The monster!
 
2012-02-10 12:34:42 PM
Someone just requested the transcript from his case where I work. Disturbing stuff. He must be appealing again or something.
 
2012-02-10 12:42:30 PM

balloot: So Obama can separate his personal views from the laws instituted by the government? That's awesome!



Fixed to reflect my take.
 
2012-02-10 12:43:58 PM

HighOnCraic: Show me a sane, viable Republican candidate


There isn't enough time in....well, time.
 
2012-02-10 12:47:28 PM

s2s2s2: balloot: So Obama can separate his personal views from the laws instituted by the government? That's awesome fabulous!


NTTAWWT.

 
2012-02-10 01:28:22 PM
Still got nothing on the 1828 campaign.

The 1828 campaign reached depths of malice that have never been equaled. The Jackson campaign nicknamed Adams "The Pimp," based on a rumor that the president, while serving as ambassador to Russia a decade earlier, had coerced a young woman into an affair with a czar. One pro-Adams publication railed: "General Jackson's mother was a COMMON PROSTITUTE brought to this country by British soldiers! She afterward married a MULATTO MAN, with whom she had several children, of which number General Jackson IS ONE!!" According to the charges and countercharges, Adams had lived with a woman before marrying his wife; Jackson had committed war crimes while leading American troops in the War of 1812. A handbill with coffins on its cover depicted Jackson as a crazed killer, executing soldiers under his command who had deserted. Another claimed that "John the Second," too, had aspirations to royal rule. Jackson's history of dueling was brought up, as was Adams' installation of "gambling furniture" in the White House at taxpayer expense, in reality a billiard table bought with Adams' own money. The accusations flew back and forth: adulterer, slave-master, alcoholic, illiterate, etc
 
2012-02-10 01:59:47 PM

bbfreak: Still got nothing on the 1828 campaign.

The 1828 campaign reached depths of malice that have never been equaled. The Jackson campaign nicknamed Adams "The Pimp," based on a rumor that the president, while serving as ambassador to Russia a decade earlier, had coerced a young woman into an affair with a czar. One pro-Adams publication railed: "General Jackson's mother was a COMMON PROSTITUTE brought to this country by British soldiers! She afterward married a MULATTO MAN, with whom she had several children, of which number General Jackson IS ONE!!" According to the charges and countercharges, Adams had lived with a woman before marrying his wife; Jackson had committed war crimes while leading American troops in the War of 1812. A handbill with coffins on its cover depicted Jackson as a crazed killer, executing soldiers under his command who had deserted. Another claimed that "John the Second," too, had aspirations to royal rule. Jackson's history of dueling was brought up, as was Adams' installation of "gambling furniture" in the White House at taxpayer expense, in reality a billiard table bought with Adams' own money. The accusations flew back and forth: adulterer, slave-master, alcoholic, illiterate, etc


Farking awesome? It is like the "Gangs of New York" version of DC politics. Personally, I would never had the balls to say a bad word about Jackson - ever. If Jackson was around today, he would just look at the other GOP candidates and they would piss themselves.
 
2012-02-10 02:29:31 PM

mrshowrules: If Jackson was around today, he would just look at the other GOP candidates and they would piss themselves.


Zombies are quite frightening.
 
2012-02-10 03:28:26 PM

s2s2s2: mrshowrules: If Jackson was around today, he would just look at the other GOP candidates and they would piss themselves.

Zombies are quite frightening.


s2.hubimg.com

/Too soon?
 
2012-02-10 03:51:48 PM

yert: IlGreven: Dear subby: Picking ten words out of an article and stringing them together do not make a quote.

paragraph 8 third sentence.

/fark you
//subby


...if you think the lede is that buried, then you might want to read the article a coupla times.

/'cuz I guarantee you understand it as much as I did, and I didn't.
 
2012-02-10 04:34:48 PM
I didn't know about Willy Horton, so I looked it up. Who used Willy Horton in an ad first?

Well, well, it was Saint AlGore in the dumbocrap primaries. Color me shocked.

But don't let that stop you from your anti-GOP hate-speech, libtard.
 
2012-02-10 04:44:42 PM

SevenizGud: I didn't know about Willy Horton, so I looked it up. Who used Willy Horton in an ad first?

Well, well, it was Saint AlGore in the dumbocrap primaries. Color me shocked.

But don't let that stop you from your anti-GOP hate-speech, libtard.


From wiki:

The first person to mention the Massachusetts furlough program in the 1988 presidential campaign was Al Gore. During a debate at the Felt Forum sponsored by the New York Daily News, Gore took issue with the furlough program. However, he did not specifically mention the Horton incident or even his name, instead asking a general question about the Massachusetts furlough program.[6]

Republicans picked up the Horton issue after Dukakis clinched the nomination. In June 1988, Republican candidate George H.W. Bush seized on the Horton case, bringing it up repeatedly in campaign speeches.[6] Bush's campaign manager, Lee Atwater, predicted that "by the time this election is over, Willie Horton will be a household name."

This thread has been up for hours, and now you jump in with something dumb. Itook me less than thirty seconds to look up the citation to disprove your point.
 
2012-02-10 04:55:39 PM

SevenizGud: I didn't know about Willy Horton, so I looked it up. Who used Willy Horton in an ad first?

Well, well, it was Saint AlGore in the dumbocrap primaries. Color me shocked.

But don't let that stop you from your anti-GOP hate-speech, libtard.


That's either the saddest thing I've read on fark all day or a blatant lie.

/Only remembered because I'm old.
//Get off my lawn!
 
2012-02-10 05:05:40 PM

SevenizGud: I didn't know about Willy Horton, so I looked it up. Who used Willy Horton in an ad first?

Well, well, it was Saint AlGore in the dumbocrap primaries. Color me shocked.

But don't let that stop you from your anti-GOP hate-speech, libtard.


You realize everyone that reads your post has internet access and can find materials to disprove your bullshiat in about 5 seconds, right?
 
2012-02-10 06:03:43 PM

stoli n coke: You realize everyone that reads your post has internet access and can find materials to disprove your bullshiat in about 5 seconds, right?


Remember, if you can lie in a thread on the internet without being contradicted, why, that's just as good as telling the truth.
 
2012-02-10 06:07:41 PM
I'll be damned if that man is not the funniest and scariest person I've ever seen.
 
2012-02-11 10:23:57 AM

SevenizGud: I didn't know about Willy Horton, so I looked it up. Who used Willy Horton in an ad first?

Well, well, it was Saint AlGore in the dumbocrap primaries. Color me shocked.

But don't let that stop you from your anti-GOP hate-speech, libtard.


When a man lies, he murders some part of the world.
 
2012-02-11 11:27:28 PM
Carville is a 1st rate entertainer

a 3rd rate political hack

and in the dictionary with newt under knowing liar
 
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