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(Telegraph)   "All this hyperbole in politics is worse than murder"   ( divider line
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2012-02-27 05:44:50 PM  
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AntiNerd: Is it hyperbole if that is what Republicans really believe?

Because, I can assure you, they really do.

There are seven billion of us give or take, with intelligence in, roughly, a gaussian distribution. There is no conceivable idea so stupid that someone out there wouldn't believe it whole-heartedly and find it totally consistent with their experience.
2012-02-27 05:08:07 PM  
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I thought this election season was going to be teh maximus lulz and all, but in reality it's just giving me a farking migraine and can't wait for this nonsense to end, for 5 seconds and start all over again...

THIS is why we can have nice things people... it's also why we should only have publicly financed elections.
2012-02-27 04:23:01 PM  
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DeltaPunch: Caution: hyperbole in politics may lead to erections that last longer than a million six thousand years.

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2012-02-27 03:41:02 PM  
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Hector Remarkable: That article was worse than a slow, painful death from brain cancer.

However, I expect that the comments in this thread will be so bad it will feel like they're raping my eyeballs.
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