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(CNN)   Santorum to Pennsylvania: "You know me." Psst. Dude. You're not supposed to remind them you're the guy that got the 18 point smackdown last time you ran here   (cnn.com) divider line 44
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2012-04-04 09:38:01 AM
Santorum got a 18 point smackdown because it was 2006, and Bob Casey Jr.(son of the state's most beloved governor and a pro-life democrat) was his opponent. He's lucky it was only 18 points.
 
2012-04-04 09:55:12 AM
Holy shiat, I thought that was just a bad picture before but his Harry Potter/Frodo Baggins son still looks like he's planning the death of millions.
 
2012-04-04 10:17:19 AM
"Remember? I'm the guy who lived in Northern Virginia while 'representing' you and making Pittsburgh-area taxpayers foot the bill to educate all my kids at a charter school? You know, the guy who wanted to make it ok for insurance companies to pay you $250,000 if your colonoscopy doctor did nine shots of Nyquil and sawed your leg off instead but is married to a woman who got a much larger lawsuit settlement years ago? C'mon! You know me!"
 
2012-04-04 10:20:18 AM
I'm going to vote for him for the lulz.
 
2012-04-04 10:20:43 AM
Yeah, but that 18 point beatdown was against someone somewhat sane and trustworthy. Well, I don't actually know about that, but he's running against Romney now, so whoever whooped his ass last time has to be more trustworthy than Romney.
 
2012-04-04 11:02:32 AM

GAT_00: Yeah, but that 18 point beatdown was against someone somewhat sane and trustworthy. Well, I don't actually know about that, but he's running against Romney now, so whoever whooped his ass last time has to be more trustworthy than Romney.


That would be Bob Casey Junior, the son of a popular governor.
 
2012-04-04 11:06:16 AM

Marcus Aurelius: GAT_00: Yeah, but that 18 point beatdown was against someone somewhat sane and trustworthy. Well, I don't actually know about that, but he's running against Romney now, so whoever whooped his ass last time has to be more trustworthy than Romney.

That would be Bob Casey Junior, the son of a popular governor.


I saw the name, but I don't know anything about him. But since nobody flips on issues more than Romney, I can assume that Santorum will do better than last time.
 
2012-04-04 11:14:21 AM

Marcus Aurelius: GAT_00: Yeah, but that 18 point beatdown was against someone somewhat sane and trustworthy. Well, I don't actually know about that, but he's running against Romney now, so whoever whooped his ass last time has to be more trustworthy than Romney.

That would be Bob Casey Junior, the son of a popular governor.


A famous name in PA, to be sure, but I think it's worth noting that on the excitement scale Bob Casey makes Al Gore look like Belushi in his prime doing an aboveground swimming pool full of coke during a GWAR concert while Keith Moon machine-guns his way out of a soccer riot.
 
2012-04-04 11:18:20 AM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: A famous name in PA, to be sure, but I think it's worth noting that on the excitement scale Bob Casey makes Al Gore look like Belushi in his prime doing an aboveground swimming pool full of coke during a GWAR concert while Keith Moon machine-guns his way out of a soccer riot.


And he's even worse one-on-one.
 
2012-04-04 12:32:39 PM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Belushi in his prime doing an aboveground swimming pool full of coke during a GWAR concert while Keith Moon machine-guns his way out of a soccer riot.


I would pay to see that.
 
2012-04-04 12:38:15 PM
So wait, let me guess, it was because of his policies or statements, or something he did as a politician? Which is probably true. I mean really, "homosexuality is a threat to America"? Are they going to redecorate us or something Rick? I'd post the Lewis Black take on that statement, but its a TOS violation. Sadly that alone was probably not enough to vote him out of office, but it should have been.

To put it bluntly: It was his own fault.

As compared to the 2010 election, where it certainly wasn't the fault of the Democrats that they got their rears kicked... Except of course when you use the excuse that they just didn't push the liberal agenda far enough, or didn't stand up to the Republicans, or something like that... Whatever it takes to convince yourselves that it wasn't the American people saying "No dammit" to the Democrats. It also wasn't the Democrats fault during Clinton's first term when the Republicans took control of the House either, they just "threw a tantrum" according to one completely unbiased major news organization.
 
2012-04-04 12:44:25 PM
In recent days, Santorum has predicted he will win his home state's contest, which has 72 delegates at stake.

*tee-hee*

He's still ahead in the polls but he's been slipping steadily and Mitt has waaaay deeper pockets and will probably beat him out there by drowning him in a sea of attack ads and Robocalls which will be nothing less than AWESOME.

/If you get a call from Romney personally is that still technically a Robocall?

Seriously, Santorum has been hitting the campaign trail like a freaking madman here, he's run down, ragged, on edge and at the end of his tether. I think he's ready to snap. The "Al Gore" rule of politics is still a given in many circles and Frothy knows it. There exists a real possibility that he will lose in PA and have a meltdown of epic, nay biblical proportions.

Perhaps a photo op to rival the one we saw in 2008?

/I dare to dream.
//Who dares wins!
///Plus slashieees! ^_^
 
2012-04-04 12:45:39 PM
You down with Sir Frothy?

Yeah, you know me.
 
2012-04-04 12:46:16 PM

WTF Indeed: Santorum got a 18 point smackdown because it was 2006, and Bob Casey Jr.(son of the state's most beloved governor and a pro-life democrat) was his opponent. He's lucky it was only 18 points.


Yeah, but was that Bob Casey the ice-cream vendor or Bob Casey the county official?

Silly voters, tricks are for Pennsylvania politics!
 
2012-04-04 12:47:27 PM
i.imgur.com

"You know me."
 
2012-04-04 12:52:37 PM

The Third Man: WTF Indeed: Santorum got a 18 point smackdown because it was 2006, and Bob Casey Jr.(son of the state's most beloved governor and a pro-life democrat) was his opponent. He's lucky it was only 18 points.

Yeah, but was that Bob Casey the ice-cream vendor or Bob Casey the county official?

Silly voters, tricks are for Pennsylvania politics!


Wow, that's super duper shady. The funny part is that they tried it not once, but twice (and got away with it once).
 
2012-04-04 12:55:46 PM

quatchi: In recent days, Santorum has predicted he will win his home state's contest, which has 72 delegates at stake.

*tee-hee*

He's still ahead in the polls but he's been slipping steadily and Mitt has waaaay deeper pockets and will probably beat him out there by drowning him in a sea of attack ads and Robocalls which will be nothing less than AWESOME.

/If you get a call from Romney personally is that still technically a Robocall?

Seriously, Santorum has been hitting the campaign trail like a freaking madman here, he's run down, ragged, on edge and at the end of his tether. I think he's ready to snap. The "Al Gore" rule of politics is still a given in many circles and Frothy knows it. There exists a real possibility that he will lose in PA and have a meltdown of epic, nay biblical proportions.

Perhaps a photo op to rival the one we saw in 2008?

/I dare to dream.
//Who dares wins!
///Plus slashieees! ^_^


I can think of another infamous Pennsylvania political photo-op he'll have trouble living up to...
 
2012-04-04 12:57:31 PM
Santorum for President 2012
if Pennsylvania didn't want him, why would the rest of America?
 
2012-04-04 12:58:49 PM
You down with OPP?
 
2012-04-04 12:59:24 PM
Odd Potential President?
 
2012-04-04 01:07:22 PM
lh6.googleusercontent.com


/left the apparent possible hottie behind Santorum alone
//call me! eip
///maybe these clowns will learn prayer accomplishes nothing!
 
2012-04-04 01:09:26 PM

Great_Milenko: quatchi: In recent days, Santorum has predicted he will win his home state's contest, which has 72 delegates at stake.

*tee-hee*

He's still ahead in the polls but he's been slipping steadily and Mitt has waaaay deeper pockets and will probably beat him out there by drowning him in a sea of attack ads and Robocalls which will be nothing less than AWESOME.

/If you get a call from Romney personally is that still technically a Robocall?

Seriously, Santorum has been hitting the campaign trail like a freaking madman here, he's run down, ragged, on edge and at the end of his tether. I think he's ready to snap. The "Al Gore" rule of politics is still a given in many circles and Frothy knows it. There exists a real possibility that he will lose in PA and have a meltdown of epic, nay biblical proportions.

Perhaps a photo op to rival the one we saw in 2008?

/I dare to dream.
//Who dares wins!
///Plus slashieees! ^_^

I can think of another infamous Pennsylvania political photo-op he'll have trouble living up to...


You, Sirrah, are an evil man.

And I laughed waaaay too hard when I read that. ^_^

That's why I say "hey man, nice shot".

Nice shot, man.

/Funnied.
 
2012-04-04 01:11:09 PM
Two sons standing on either side of him wearing red ties. Yeah, red, the color of the Democrats.

/shocked Ricky didn't notice and order them to change
//change is Obama's market not the Republicans, I guess
 
2012-04-04 01:15:10 PM
 
2012-04-04 01:17:57 PM

Almost forgot the main reason:

lh4.googleusercontent.com
 
2012-04-04 01:21:00 PM

Zeno-25: [i.imgur.com image 268x333]

"You know me."


i39.tinypic.com
NO MAN OF WOMAN BORN
 
2012-04-04 01:23:33 PM

WTF Indeed: Santorum got a 18 point smackdown because it was 2006, and Bob Casey Jr.(son of the state's most beloved governor and a pro-life democrat) was his opponent. He's lucky it was only 18 points.


On the other side of things, we did just elect Toomey in the mid-term, and he's Santorum Lite.
 
2012-04-04 01:46:49 PM

Great_Milenko: I can think of another infamous Pennsylvania political photo-op he'll have trouble living up to...


i44.tinypic.com
 
2012-04-04 03:28:34 PM
yes Rick. We know you.

That's why no one with a brain in that state will vote for you ever again.

And being that only 40-60% of Pennsylvanians have a brain.. I'd say his chances are decent.

/former keystone stater
 
2012-04-04 03:28:39 PM
"Infidels. They will all drown in lakes of blood."
 
2012-04-04 03:34:54 PM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Great_Milenko: I can think of another infamous Pennsylvania political photo-op he'll have trouble living up to...

[i44.tinypic.com image 550x364]


Where do you keep your bullets? In the Dwyer?
 
2012-04-04 03:55:11 PM
You know.
I wish he would sweep PA.

Just to watch people's heads explode.
 
2012-04-04 04:37:27 PM

astonrickenbach: Prank Call of Cthulhu: Great_Milenko: I can think of another infamous Pennsylvania political photo-op he'll have trouble living up to...

[i44.tinypic.com image 550x364]

Where do you keep your bullets? In the Dwyer?


Now Bud, don't go shooting your mouth off to those reporters...
 
2012-04-04 05:10:04 PM

Zeno-25: [i.imgur.com image 268x333]

"You know me."


I have no idea where that image came (npi) from, and don't want to know. Dead on though.
 
2012-04-04 05:26:18 PM

havocmike: And being that only 40-60% of Pennsylvanians have a brain.. I'd say his chances are decent.


Yes, but this time it's just the Republicans voting, among Republican candidates.

/will be voting for RON PAUL in PA Primary
//Gary Johnson in general election
/RON PAUL is too much of a threat -- and already too thoroughly smeared by the establishment -- to become president
.his strictly constitutional stance is admirable but incompatible with how much the world has changed since 1787 -- when the final colonies signed the founding docs
..his appearance as a doddering old man -- despite the fact he's the only candidate with a GODDAMN MEDICAL DOCTORATE -- can't be hidden
 
2012-04-04 05:53:42 PM

Marcus Aurelius: I'm going to vote for him for the lulz.


Well, you go right on ahead and vote for the laughs... But when you find yourself bent over a table, your pants around your ankles and some uniformed gorilla is shoving a wand up your ass, don't come back here looking for someone to explain the joke.
 
2012-04-04 06:08:37 PM

urban.derelict: havocmike: And being that only 40-60% of Pennsylvanians have a brain.. I'd say his chances are decent.

Yes, but this time it's just the Republicans voting, among Republican candidates.

/will be voting for RON PAUL in PA Primary
//Gary Johnson in general election
/RON PAUL is too much of a threat -- and already too thoroughly smeared by the establishment -- to become president
.his strictly constitutional stance is admirable but incompatible with how much the world has changed since 1787 -- when the final colonies signed the founding docs
..his appearance as a doddering old man -- despite the fact he's the only candidate with a GODDAMN MEDICAL DOCTORATE -- can't be hidden


Strictly constitutional when it serves him... equal protection under the law, equal rights... not so much, he's all for "special rights" for heterosexual people, because Jesus.
 
2012-04-04 07:28:56 PM

firefly212: Strictly constitutional when it serves him... equal protection under the law, equal rights... not so much, he's all for "special rights" for heterosexual people, because Jesus.


[citation needed]

I'm not even gonna bother arguing with you cuz there's no point to wasting time discussing something with someone who already has his pre-formed opinion.

/he's more electable than any of the other clowns on that GOP ticket
//I bet you think he really meant he was going to outlaw all abortions because, according to his own presidential campaign website, he says "life is sacred and must be protected, all we need -- (as if it would be so easy) was a federal amendment stating life begins at conception -- even though, as a doctor he surely would know that 1 in 6 fertilized eggs doesn't attach to uteran wall and is flushed out of the woman's body during next menstrual cycle. Fertilized eggs that otherwise would have become babies are routinely flushed away in sanitary napkins. One in six of them. (So imagine how much more populous the world would be not if we outlawed abortion but if all the ones who didn't make it... made it.

He's playing the masses for their votes, just like any other candidate. I'm sure he knows that while religion is retarded, it is needed to shore up a substantial part of the voting public.

/so Ron Paul's stance on abortion is a non-issue, the same way it was a non-issue for Reagan, who promised all sorts of things to placate the so-called 'pro-lifers' who think their opinion on what someone else does with their unborn fetuses is any business of theirs, then did absolutely nothing about it once elected
//congress would never pass a bill defining life as beginning at conception, and it shouldn't; extract a 1-month old embryo from a woman; it will die with 100% certainty; ergo, it was not alive in the first place because it could not sustain itself
/let me guess, you think he's racist too because someone published racist propaganda under his name 20 years ago
 
2012-04-04 07:29:46 PM
Forgot a closing bold tag. Mods...

/yeah right
//my bad
 
2012-04-04 07:45:47 PM
Hey, Rickey!
I'm a steel worker.
Local 1219.
I made steel.
I did hot dirty nasty dangerous tough work to earn my own way through college in Pennsylvania.
I don't think you understand what hard work really is.
I'm also a veteran, and honorably discharged, and don't think you understand what our Constitution is about.
I also think you are a raging asshole and need a total smack down by someone elder who understands that you are a farking, ...how do they say it in Pittsburgh? Oh, yeah, JAG OFF.
So, when you get done tapping that money tree and paying off all of your cronies, how about you visit my private dojo and we do a little one on one man talk?
Just like in the olden days of your precious Bah-bell?
Then we can sit down and break some bread together and have a nice talk.
Kind of like Church Chat.
Don't worry, Rick. I'll put your bread in a blender and give you a nice straw to drink it out of.
You'll need it for you sacrament of crow you'll be eating when you realize the entire population of your home state wants you to move your sorry ass and your entire brain-washed cult family to a place where women are subjective to men, gays are killed outright for being against god's ways, and the military wins, no matter who's right... Pakistan.

you farking sawed off dick. I know you.

Everytime he opens his mouth, moar frothy, brown spew vomits forth.
I hope he rots in poverty for a long time and maybe, just maybe has a very affectionate cellie.
He's not just going down.
Eventually he will go downtown brown like a clown.
 
2012-04-04 08:20:29 PM
 
2012-04-04 08:34:15 PM
"They'll say all the things, that I'm someone who doesn't stand up for what I believe in. You know me."

No one says that. Everyone knows you stand up for whatever pops in your wormy little fascist brain. That's why they don't like you.
 
2012-04-04 08:39:48 PM

urban.derelict: [lh6.googleusercontent.com image 640x360]


Why are you making fun of hibernating zombies? They're starving, can't you see? There aren't any brains to eat. Won't someone think of the zombies?
 
2012-04-05 02:54:23 AM
i41.tinypic.com
 
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