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2012-04-03 02:14:53 PM
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2012-04-03 02:15:29 PM

Slesfo: Corvus: Slesfo: Corvus: Slesfo: This is another reason I don't like him. If you are a ruler, you should not be drinking. Proverbs 31:4-5. Same thing made me angry about Obama. "Oh I'll just go have a beer with these folks who are popular right now to make myself look cool, even though everyone knows that alcohol impairs your judgment. (Not like I have any real judgement anyway)" No. Unacceptable.

Try reading the Bible some time, Ricky. Oh that's right. You don't do that; you're a Papist.

Yeah Catholics should never drink alcohol. Do you know what communion is?

Try reading my actual point. Reading comprehension among liberals is famously low. The Bible said that rulers shouldn't drink. In the VERY NEXT VERSES the Bible advises giving alcohol as anesthetic to people who are dying. Paul even advises Timothy to take wine as medicine.

So we should follow the old testament over Jesus? Why is it people like you keep denying Jesus. Why do you not believe Jesus is the new way and keep wanting to live you life on the old testament and deny Jesus Christ?

3/10 almost got me there.


So do you not eat shell fish? Do you think tattoos are a sin? Or do you just pick and choose what you want from the old testament?
 
2012-04-03 02:17:18 PM
www.dogfish.com

Altar Boy ale, sorry no picture.
 
2012-04-03 02:18:06 PM

Alphax: R.A.Danny: Alphax: R.A.Danny: And problematic. Anyone ANYONE ANYONE not partaking because their made up sect forbids alcohol is either not a Christian, or they are from one of the snakehandling sects.

Uh, no.

Yeah huh

Never heard of Methodists? I assure you, there's no snake handling.


Freaks that I won't vote for. Ever. There is nothing in the bible stating you cannot drink, therefor saying that it is a sin is a lie, therefor the whole religion (and yes, it can be argued all religions, but that's not where I am going) is a lie.
 
2012-04-03 02:19:04 PM

R.A.Danny: He likes beer.

That's ONE, ONE redeeming quality, ha ha ha


Hah, I thought the same thing. Except without the Sesame Street part. Also, I really want some cheese curds now.
 
2012-04-03 02:19:50 PM
www.lostabbey.com

www.lostabbey.com
 
2012-04-03 02:20:23 PM

Createwolf: And if you have to
http://www.capital-brewery.com/


If you have to? WTF is wrong with you?

farm2.static.flickr.com
 
2012-04-03 02:20:41 PM

wotthefark: Createwolf: If you are in n Madison WI

Get out as soon as possible.


memearchive.net

/Madison is awesome
//shaking tiny fist and what-not
 
2012-04-03 02:21:57 PM

Corvus: You are. You are deny Jesus. You believe we should follow the old ways OVER the teaching of Christs. You are the hypocrites that Jesus talked about. You are more concerned about looking pious then actually following the word of Jesus Christ.


Of course he does, he pretends this doesn't exist:

"And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven."

smithsintheblack.com
 
2012-04-03 02:23:13 PM

Slesfo: Try reading the Bible some time, Ricky. Oh that's right. You don't do that; you're a Papist.


There you go again. Have fun burning in the sixth circle of Hell, heretic.
 
2012-04-03 02:23:19 PM

R.A.Danny: The Bible says dickall about booze.


Except, you know, those things about Jesus and the wine. Even the KJV TRUE CHRISTIAN version. "But it was probably just grape juice."

Okay, yeah, the ancients had kinda gotten fermentation down, y'all.......

/They get uppity when you remind 'em about Leviticus also prohibiting shellfish
//mmmm...oysters
 
2012-04-03 02:23:49 PM

R.A.Danny: Alphax: R.A.Danny: Alphax: R.A.Danny: And problematic. Anyone ANYONE ANYONE not partaking because their made up sect forbids alcohol is either not a Christian, or they are from one of the snakehandling sects.

Uh, no.

Yeah huh

Never heard of Methodists? I assure you, there's no snake handling.

Freaks that I won't vote for. Ever. There is nothing in the bible stating you cannot drink, therefor saying that it is a sin is a lie, therefor the whole religion (and yes, it can be argued all religions, but that's not where I am going) is a lie.


Not a sin, no. Foolish, yes. From Wikipedia:
Historically, the Methodist Church has supported the temperance movement.[59] John Wesley warned against the dangers of drinking in his famous sermon, "The Use of Money,"[60] and in his letter to an alcoholic.[61] At one time, Methodist ministers had to take a pledge not to drink and encouraged their congregations to do the same.[62] Today the United Methodist Church states that it "affirms our long-standing support of abstinence from alcohol as a faithful witness to God's liberating and redeeming love for persons."[63] In fact, the United Methodist Church uses unfermented grape juice in the sacrament of Holy Communion, thus "expressing pastoral concern for recovering alcoholics, enabling the participation of children and youth, and supporting the church's witness of abstinence."[64] Moreover, in 2011 and 2012, The United Methodist Church's General Board of Church and Society called on all United Methodists to abstain from alcohol for Lent.
 
2012-04-03 02:24:56 PM
lennavan

In a blind taste test you could not tell the difference between Supper Club and Bud Heavy,

Capital Brewery did make some interesting Ice Beers, and some other cool stuff, but it is the weakest link in Madison Brewing

www.thedailypage.com
 
2012-04-03 02:26:33 PM

Alphax: Historically, the Methodist Church has supported the temperance movement.....


I just got a pain all the way up my back reading that.

hurdboy: R.A.Danny: The Bible says dickall about booze.

Except, you know, those things about Jesus and the wine. Even the KJV TRUE CHRISTIAN version. "But it was probably just grape juice."


I meant about it being a sin, you's trollin'
 
2012-04-03 02:27:14 PM

Alphax: Never heard of Methodists? I assure you, there's no snake handling.


Never heard of Jesus, and the Wedding Party at Cana?

Seems to me he was pretty down with alcohol, and having a good time.

(I mean, the guests had already drunk the place dry, and he made 120 gallons of the Good Stuff to keep the party going! Whoo-hoo!)
 
2012-04-03 02:30:45 PM

DeltaPunch: [s3-ak.buzzfed.com image 512x341]

His wife is smiling now, but on the inside she knows she's in for a cataclysmic beer-and-fried-cheese fart storm in the hotel room later...


Anyone else notice he has a straw in his beer?
 
2012-04-03 02:33:59 PM

gulogulo: Anyone else notice he has a straw in his beer?


It's supposed to get you drunk faster.
 
2012-04-03 02:38:01 PM

Corvus: So Sanatorium is the ruler of what exactly?


The crazy red room in his mind.
 
2012-04-03 02:39:09 PM

RoxtarRyan: Don't Troll Me Bro!: If I'm meeting people at Vintage Brewing, or Ale Asylum, or Great Dane for lunch, I'll have a beer. I'm not going to change my mind because ZOMG ITS ONLY 11:30!!!! I'm also not going to expect them to refrain because ZOMG ITS ONLY 11:30!!!!

I hate those people who act like such farking prudes. It is like people who say "bacon, eggs and french toast is only for breakfast". On a day off, no responsibilities, nothing to do but hang out with friends and drink beer, getting a good buzz before noon, nothing beats it.



Meh, when I was a landscaper we started drinking on the way to the first job at about 730am. The local Mom and Pop stand where we bought breakfast also sold 24 oz cans.

/Mowing a large field can be very boring.
//A beer, a blunt, and a CD walkman were all I needed.
///Ipods hadn't been invented, yet
 
2012-04-03 02:44:13 PM
WI GOPers celebrated Rick Santorum's stop in our state by detonating an explosive at a Planned Parenthood.
 
2012-04-03 02:46:10 PM
Doesn't he look desperate?
And tired?
 
2012-04-03 02:46:34 PM

meat0918: So he has taste buds not destroyed by the over hopped swill marketed as the "in beer" these days.

He's still a giant bag of dicks.

I mean if that is the beer you prefer, fine, but if you're going to get in my face about it, call me uncultured, don't expect me to be cordial.

Feel the same way about hot pepper fanatics. I love good flavored and spicy food. Eating a ghost chili though, no. Yes, you're very manly being able to choke down something while writhing in pain.


Comparing eating a Ghost pepper to drinking an IPA is like comparing Apples to Aircraft Carriers.
 
2012-04-03 02:47:18 PM
"..violence against our fellow citizens has no place in a freedom-loving America."

RINO!
 
2012-04-03 02:47:29 PM
Santorum's supporters continue to amaze me. He's drawing in the fundy thumper crowd despite the fact he a Papist (or Catholic, for the reality based community) and he drinks alcohol.

How many of their values will they sacrifice to keep the secret Muslim and the not-so-secret Mormon out of the White House? Maybe Catholic bashing is a secondary tenet of fundamentalism. The alcohol thing can be chalked up to plain old hypocrisy.
 
2012-04-03 02:48:46 PM

LouDobbsAwaaaay: WI GOPers celebrated Rick Santorum's stop in our state by detonating an explosive at a Planned Parenthood.


Did Santorum or Romney denounce these attacks and those who did them?
 
2012-04-03 02:51:03 PM

quatchi: Arkanaut: quatchi: "Honest to God, he taught me how to chug a beer... He was amazing. He could chug a beer in like one gulp."

I'm not even mad.

No gag reflex.

Good point. But what's he pouring down his throat?

[blackoakbeer.com image 300x300]

/Call it a hunch.
//Hot.


Wow. Someone actually knows about Black Oak Nut Brown. Really good beer.
 
2012-04-03 02:53:18 PM

Corvus: LouDobbsAwaaaay: WI GOPers celebrated Rick Santorum's stop in our state by detonating an explosive at a Planned Parenthood.

Did Santorum or Romney denounce these attacks and those who did them?


Santorum did, but then turned around and attacked planned parenthood as being an evil organization in the very next sentence.
 
2012-04-03 02:57:01 PM

Don't Troll Me Bro!: Corvus: LouDobbsAwaaaay: WI GOPers celebrated Rick Santorum's stop in our state by detonating an explosive at a Planned Parenthood.

Did Santorum or Romney denounce these attacks and those who did them?

Santorum did, but then turned around and attacked planned parenthood as being an evil organization in the very next sentence.


You make it sound as if that was the wrong thing for him to do. While I disagree with him, that was the reasonable thing to do.
 
2012-04-03 02:58:44 PM

hurdboy: jm105: Subtle way to shout "I'M NOT A MORMON!!!"

He could do that just as easily with a cup of coffee......


Could be decaf.
 
2012-04-03 03:02:09 PM

R.A.Danny: gulogulo: Anyone else notice he has a straw in his beer?

It's supposed to get you drunk faster.


So...Santorum = 18 yo frat pledge?
 
2012-04-03 03:02:50 PM

halfof33: Corvus: You are. You are deny Jesus. You believe we should follow the old ways OVER the teaching of Christs. You are the hypocrites that Jesus talked about. You are more concerned about looking pious then actually following the word of Jesus Christ.

Of course he does, he pretends this doesn't exist:

"And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven."

[smithsintheblack.com image 288x210]


Link (new window)
Link (new window)
Link (new window)

just the first couple of google results. I have a few commentaries on this, but i'm not going to be dragged into a debate about false popes (all of them)
 
2012-04-03 03:04:04 PM

gulogulo: R.A.Danny: gulogulo: Anyone else notice he has a straw in his beer?

It's supposed to get you drunk faster.

So...Santorum = 18 yo frat pledge?


Read the last paragraph of the article ;-)
 
2012-04-03 03:11:50 PM

lennavan: gulogulo: R.A.Danny: gulogulo: Anyone else notice he has a straw in his beer?

It's supposed to get you drunk faster.

So...Santorum = 18 yo frat pledge?

Read the last paragraph of the article ;-)


There was an article? I'm more of a picture person.
 
2012-04-03 03:20:05 PM

Slesfo: halfof33: Corvus: You are. You are deny Jesus. You believe we should follow the old ways OVER the teaching of Christs. You are the hypocrites that Jesus talked about. You are more concerned about looking pious then actually following the word of Jesus Christ.

Of course he does, he pretends this doesn't exist:

"And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven."

[smithsintheblack.com image 288x210]

Link (new window)
Link (new window)
Link (new window)

just the first couple of google results. I have a few commentaries on this, but i'm not going to be dragged into a debate about false popes (all of them)


Lulz. What were you saying about eisegesis, before? And do try to avoid linking to blasphemy when arguing about the Gospels, mmmkay? Particularly those that contradict the Gospels.

I do get a kick out of the Know Nothings who ignore this line:

"And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven." Who did Jesus give the keys to? Hmmm?

False Popes? Hmm, where have I heard that line before?

Oh right, Satan. Might want to read the Bible there instead of false prophets.
 
2012-04-03 03:33:29 PM

Createwolf: If you are in n Madison WI

http://www.aleasylum.com/

Short drive outside the city
http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/

Technically in Middleton
http://www.sprecherspub.com/


http://lakelouie.com/

There is a Great Dane in the airport, which is great because the security line has a high variance.
http://www.greatdanepub.com/

And if you have to
http://www.capital-brewery.com/

[aleasylum.com image 222x190]


This, this, this, this, this, and THIS

A bar in Pittsburgh near my office randomly just tapped a keg of Furthermore (from Spring Green).

/Madisonian for 9 years til last month
 
2012-04-03 03:43:48 PM

Createwolf: If you are in n Madison WI

http://www.aleasylum.com/

Short drive outside the city
http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/

Technically in Middleton
http://www.sprecherspub.com/


http://lakelouie.com/

There is a Great Dane in the airport, which is great because the security line has a high variance.
http://www.greatdanepub.com/

And if you have to
http://www.capital-brewery.com/

[aleasylum.com image 222x190]

nailed it
Huber Bock is union made so that's out for them.
/More for me
 
2012-04-03 03:54:43 PM

gulogulo: straw


This was the only thing I noticed.
 
2012-04-03 03:56:49 PM

gulogulo: lennavan: gulogulo: R.A.Danny: gulogulo: Anyone else notice he has a straw in his beer?

It's supposed to get you drunk faster.

So...Santorum = 18 yo frat pledge?

Read the last paragraph of the article ;-)

There was an article? I'm more of a picture person.


I read Playboy for the pictures.
 
2012-04-03 04:04:31 PM

R.A.Danny: gulogulo: lennavan: gulogulo: R.A.Danny: gulogulo: Anyone else notice he has a straw in his beer?

It's supposed to get you drunk faster.

So...Santorum = 18 yo frat pledge?

Read the last paragraph of the article ;-)

There was an article? I'm more of a picture person.

I read Playboy for the pictures.


I used to read Playboy for the articles but then it went downhill. You can find hotter girls on the internets.
 
2012-04-03 04:13:36 PM
On NPR this morning, a reporter said he "quaffed beer" to help prove he's a regular guy.

"Quaff?" *facepalm*

Granted, that's really more NPR's fault than Santorum's, but AFAIK only Snoopy "quaffs" (root) beer.

/Now, if he queefed beer...that I'd pay good money to see.
 
2012-04-03 04:13:59 PM

lennavan: Don't Troll Me Bro!: Corvus: LouDobbsAwaaaay: WI GOPers celebrated Rick Santorum's stop in our state by detonating an explosive at a Planned Parenthood.

Did Santorum or Romney denounce these attacks and those who did them?

Santorum did, but then turned around and attacked planned parenthood as being an evil organization in the very next sentence.

You make it sound as if that was the wrong thing for him to do. While I disagree with him, that was the reasonable thing to do.


It's a front, and a weak one at that. He doesn't see anything wrong with blowing up a Planned Parenthood. "People totally shouldn't do that, but we can't forget how evil these abortionists truly are ..."
 
2012-04-03 04:32:32 PM

LouDobbsAwaaaay: It's a front, and a weak one at that. He doesn't see anything wrong with blowing up a Planned Parenthood. "People totally shouldn't do that, but we can't forget how evil these abortionists truly are ..."


Why the fark are you making me defend Santorum? It wasn't a front, it was an incredibly strong statement against violence. There are so many farking reasons to attack him for being a douche. This is not one of them. Look, an actual quote instead of the made up one you had:

"Violence is never the answer, and I will always condemn any and all violent attacks against our fellow Americans. In this country, we resolve our differences through political discussion and free and fair elections - never by violence. This upcoming election is about restoring freedom and liberty in America, and a key part of that is to restore a culture that values human life and the dignity of all Americans. While we can and should work to defund Planned Parenthood and push back against government mandates that force Americans and religious institution to violate their faith, violence against our fellow citizens has no place in a freedom-loving America."

And look who else is in on the "Front"

Barbara Lyons, Executive Director of Wisconsin Right to Life, also condemned the actions.

"Wisconsin Right to Life condemns the action of whomever placed a homemade bomb outside the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Grand Chute, Wisconsin," she told LifeNews. "We are especially pleased that no one was injured in the incident. Wisconsin Right to Life remains committed, as it has throughout its 44 year history, to using compassionate and non-violent means to end the tragedy of abortion."
 
2012-04-03 04:33:31 PM

jm105: Could be decaf.


Nope. Prohibition is on brewed, distilled, and fermented drinks. So, Mountain Dew is okay. Diet Coke is okay. Nestea, notsomuch.

Yes, it's stupid. But it's their religion. Just like the Jews can't do Pepperoni pizza and still be kosher (even though pepperoni is beef).
 
2012-04-03 05:01:31 PM

lennavan: In this country, we resolve our differences through political discussion and free and fair elections - never by violence.


unless you're a terrist that needs torturing or a retard that needs executing'.
 
2012-04-03 05:34:47 PM

Createwolf: If you are in n Madison WI

http://www.aleasylum.com/

Short drive outside the city
http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/

Technically in Middleton
http://www.sprecherspub.com/


http://lakelouie.com/

There is a Great Dane in the airport, which is great because the security line has a high variance.
http://www.greatdanepub.com/

And if you have to
http://www.capital-brewery.com/

[aleasylum.com image 222x190]


There's also a great big Ale Asylum being built near the airport. I look forward to staggering back to work* from there someday soon.

*not at the airport
 
2012-04-03 06:30:47 PM

meat0918: So he has taste buds not destroyed by the over hopped swill marketed as the "in beer" these days.

He's still a giant bag of dicks.

I mean if that is the beer you prefer, fine, but if you're going to get in my face about it, call me uncultured, don't expect me to be cordial.

Feel the same way about hot pepper fanatics. I love good flavored and spicy food. Eating a ghost chili though, no. Yes, you're very manly being able to choke down something while writhing in pain.


There wasn't any over-hopped swill back home, so I never had it until I moved to California. WHY CAN'T YOU LET ME ENJOY THIS?
 
2012-04-03 10:53:43 PM

Slesfo: This is another reason I don't like him. If you are a ruler, you should not be drinking. Proverbs 31:4-5. Same thing made me angry about Obama. "Oh I'll just go have a beer with these folks who are popular right now to make myself look cool, even though everyone knows that alcohol impairs your judgment. (Not like I have any real judgement anyway)" No. Unacceptable.

Try reading the Bible some time, Ricky. Oh that's right. You don't do that; you're a Papist.


American history would seem to disagree with you.
Look up the "three martini lunch".

Yes, we have a long history of our top bosses getting plastered at work and therefore making decisions that screw the peons...likewise, a long history of top bosses making horrible decisions while stone sober.
According to Wikipedia, this was as late as the 70s...where, during the 1976 Presidential election, Democrat Jimmy Carter spoke against it (because the common man was not only under a drunk, but paying for the drunk's drinking thanks to tax writeoffs), and Republican Gerald Ford countered by saying what a great and efficient deal they were (for the executives taking them!). Of course, the economy had tanked under Ford and stayed tanked under Carter, for which Carter got all the blame...make of that what you will.
 
2012-04-04 12:45:42 AM

Slesfo: This is another reason I don't like him. If you are a ruler, you should not be drinking. Proverbs 31:4-5. Same thing made me angry about Obama. "Oh I'll just go have a beer with these folks who are popular right now to make myself look cool, even though everyone knows that alcohol impairs your judgment. (Not like I have any real judgement anyway)" No. Unacceptable.

Try reading the Bible some time, Ricky. Oh that's right. You don't do that; you're a Papist.


Hmmm. Wasn't Jesus a drinker of wine? Was he not also a leader?

Perhaps your reading comprehension was off when you read the new testament. Or, maybe you are a one-eyed ideologue who has given up on critical thinking.
 
2012-04-04 09:45:12 AM

lennavan: You make it sound as if that was the wrong thing for him to do. While I disagree with him, that was the reasonable thing to do.


Have you been drinking?

If not, explain yourself. That makes no sense.
 
2012-04-04 12:31:50 PM

Createwolf: And if you have to
http://www.capital-brewery.com/


i loled. excellent way to put it.
 
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