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2012-05-03 10:43:22 AM

Jackson Herring: Your Zionist Leader: Wait wait wiat, this is real? How did I not know about this???

You have not yet lived until you've seen the tribulations of Hubert and his man whore brother.


Oh man, productivity is shot for today.
 
2012-05-03 10:43:41 AM
OR,,,,,,,First black president.
 
2012-05-03 10:45:33 AM

karnal: lennavan


karnal: What is interesting is not a single Dim has come out in this thread to denied or discredited any of them.

I think that constitutes proof they are all true, don't you?!


It constitutes defeat


Good point, who cares about true versus false when we can quantify in wins versus losses!

YOU MIGHT BE FACTUALLY CORRECT LIBTARDS BUT WE GET AN INTERNET POINT BECAUSE WE CLAIMED YOU GAVE UP HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAA SUCK IT
 
2012-05-03 10:45:57 AM
Yo Republicans - I have an idea.

How about you get some actual new ideas and run on those. You can keep some of the old ones, like hating minorities, gays, and atheists, but you really need to find something new. And I don't mean tax cuts. I think the evidence is pretty solid that those cause massive deficits. You could try pushing for spending cuts, but you are going to have to cut things that you like - stuff like oil subsidies and defense spending. Maybe if you tried thinking really hard about potential solutions for problems that exist today you might come up with something. Either that or become a Liberal. Either way would be an improvement. Anything is better than the fabricated whining like we have read on the linked blog.
 
2012-05-03 10:46:32 AM

EWreckedSean: GAT_00: Well I'm sure a site called the Reaganite Republican loves tax increases. After all, Reagan did that more than anything else.

This is so stupid as to be almost painful. Worse still because it gets repeated so often by the left wanting to debunk Reagan as a small government Republican. The Treasury's overall analysis of Reagan's tax policies is that it increased revenue and reduced the tax burden on the economy. Link.


I think Reagan had the benefit to raise AND lower taxes during his terms. Now you have people in Washington whose sole existance is to make sure that elected officials never raise taxes...EVER. How do you go about with real solutions to problems if one entire option is taken out?
 
2012-05-03 10:47:37 AM

lennavan: karnal: What is interesting is not a single Dim has come out in this thread to denied or discredited any of them.

I think that constitutes proof they are all true, don't you?!


i18.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-03 10:47:42 AM

dstanley: Saint Ronnie (Peace Be Upon Him) is facepalming inthe afterlife.


Especially because one of the claims is that Obama is "The first president to violate the War Powers Act" you know that law that Reagan vehemently and repeatedly maintained was unconstitutional and that he would not follow?
 
2012-05-03 10:48:01 AM

SisterMaryElephant: unexplained bacon: First President to have a social security number from a state
he has never lived in.


birther shout out...good work.

these sorts of arguments are like zombies, you can shoot them full of holes but they keep coming

You know, I have a "Connecticut" social security number, and I NEVER LIVED THERE! OMFG, I wonder who I am?


/back in the day, you got your ss# when you were 15+ and started working. didnt' need it if younger than 14. so, my first job was over the state line in CT. My employer helped me fill out my SS app, mailed it in, got my card. It wasn't until Obama was elected that I realized I may never be able to run for president. And we're the smae age! I wonder if I was part of the consipiracy?

//GTFO my lawn


I heard Obama killed a guy to get that SSN....in front of like 80 people who were of course also killed by his all muslim squad of assassins...who he later killed.

Weirdest part? Obama was 6 years old, and back then he was known as Phil Collins.

/I haven't seen a single Dim deny or discount these facts.
 
2012-05-03 10:48:53 AM

Pants full of macaroni!!: First president to wear Mom-Jeans

First president to eat arugula, Dijon mustard and dog


I prefer my dog with mustard. Ketchup is uncivilized.
 
2012-05-03 10:51:55 AM
i.imgur.com

I loves me some Fundies in the mornin'.
 
2012-05-03 10:52:11 AM

madgonad: How about you get some actual new ideas and run on those. You can keep some of the old ones,


NO NEW FIX OLD!
 
2012-05-03 10:53:55 AM

Snarfangel: Pants full of macaroni!!: First president to wear Mom-Jeans

First president to eat arugula, Dijon mustard and dog

I prefer my dog with mustard. Ketchup is uncivilized.



Well it's at least insulting to the Chef.
 
2012-05-03 10:54:15 AM

bigbadideasinaction: Lord_Baull: Not gonna click the link, any summaries for this lazy american?

First President who's black and therefore scares/angers me.



As I assumed.
 
2012-05-03 10:55:15 AM

skullkrusher: peter21: My favorite: "First President to sign a bill by auto pen".

Impeachable offense? Probably. This one should seal Obama's fate.

Romney rebuttal: "This president thinks he's now too good for ink! I have been using pens my whole life and I am not ashamed. All my pink slips have my John Hancock on them in good ol' U.S. of A. manufactured ink. Have you... have you heard this phrase? The pen is mightier than the sword? Sing it with me... The. Pen. Is. Migh-ti-er. Everybody. Than. The. Sword. I think this president would rather have it, the auto is mightier than the pen. Which reminds me, the auto bailout..."

As stupid as this list is, I think the POTUS should be present when he is signing a bill into law


I don't mind the POTUS using the technology available, but I won't argue your point. It just struck me as funny while reading that list. Which in itself is beyond funny.
 
2012-05-03 10:57:21 AM

Dwight_Yeast: madgonad: How about you get some actual new ideas and run on those. You can keep some of the old ones,

NO NEW FIX OLD!


I don't know. You really want to haul those old ones into the shop a couple times a year and waste more money on them? The warranty is long gone and parts are getting hard to find. Look, we can get you into some new ideas and spread the payments out so that it will fit right into your budget. Come on over to the sales floor and we will find the right ideas for you.
 
2012-05-03 10:57:42 AM

KWess: Well it's at least insulting to the Chef.


Calling someone who prepares a hotdog for you a "chef" is insulting to chefs.

/eaten at a number of good restaurants where I've been brought ketchup without asking for it
//usually for fries/frites
///sometimes I use it, sometimes I don't
 
2012-05-03 10:59:25 AM
"First President to require all Americans to purchase a product from a third party.
"

Wrong again sparky Link pops
 
2012-05-03 10:59:52 AM

Dwight_Yeast: KWess: Well it's at least insulting to the Chef.

Calling someone who prepares a hotdog for you a "chef" is insulting to chefs.

/eaten at a number of good restaurants where I've been brought ketchup without asking for it
//usually for fries/frites
///sometimes I use it, sometimes I don't


I put ketchup on my rare aged porterhouse steak. I just like to see the look of horror in the other foodie patrons' faces.
 
2012-05-03 11:01:16 AM

madgonad: Dwight_Yeast: madgonad: How about you get some actual new ideas and run on those. You can keep some of the old ones,

NO NEW FIX OLD!

I don't know. You really want to haul those old ones into the shop a couple times a year and waste more money on them? The warranty is long gone and parts are getting hard to find. Look, we can get you into some new ideas and spread the payments out so that it will fit right into your budget. Come on over to the sales floor and we will find the right ideas for you.


NO NEW FIX OLD!

(As pointed out in the Atlantic article about Druge's story on Obama's girlfriend, a simple lie has more staying power than a complex truth, so if you're attempting to appeal to the lowest common denominator in American politics, you're better off going with a lie-based platform.)
 
2012-05-03 11:02:22 AM

peter21: skullkrusher: peter21: My favorite: "First President to sign a bill by auto pen".

Impeachable offense? Probably. This one should seal Obama's fate.

Romney rebuttal: "This president thinks he's now too good for ink! I have been using pens my whole life and I am not ashamed. All my pink slips have my John Hancock on them in good ol' U.S. of A. manufactured ink. Have you... have you heard this phrase? The pen is mightier than the sword? Sing it with me... The. Pen. Is. Migh-ti-er. Everybody. Than. The. Sword. I think this president would rather have it, the auto is mightier than the pen. Which reminds me, the auto bailout..."

As stupid as this list is, I think the POTUS should be present when he is signing a bill into law

I don't mind the POTUS using the technology available, but I won't argue your point. It just struck me as funny while reading that list. Which in itself is beyond funny.


the use of the technology isn't an issue. He should be present while performing one of his chief duties though, I think. The list is just a summary of all the emails I've gotten from my dad for the past 4 years.
 
2012-05-03 11:03:11 AM

HotWingConspiracy: First two term black president.

That's the real issue.


i121.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-03 11:04:51 AM

T-Servo: dinch: What's really funny is that folks like McCain are now bashing him for not doing anything in Syria.

Oh right, and for not attacking Iran. Even the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs gets plastered for saying that's a bad idea, as if he didn't have some professional opinion on the subject.


Something something listen to the generals.
 
2012-05-03 11:06:40 AM

skullkrusher: peter21: skullkrusher: peter21: My favorite: "First President to sign a bill by auto pen".

Impeachable offense? Probably. This one should seal Obama's fate.

Romney rebuttal: "This president thinks he's now too good for ink! I have been using pens my whole life and I am not ashamed. All my pink slips have my John Hancock on them in good ol' U.S. of A. manufactured ink. Have you... have you heard this phrase? The pen is mightier than the sword? Sing it with me... The. Pen. Is. Migh-ti-er. Everybody. Than. The. Sword. I think this president would rather have it, the auto is mightier than the pen. Which reminds me, the auto bailout..."

As stupid as this list is, I think the POTUS should be present when he is signing a bill into law

I don't mind the POTUS using the technology available, but I won't argue your point. It just struck me as funny while reading that list. Which in itself is beyond funny.

the use of the technology isn't an issue. He should be present while performing one of his chief duties though, I think. The list is just a summary of all the emails I've gotten from my dad for the past 4 years.


Isn't the whole issue kind of a moot point, anyway? Even if the President doesn't sign a bill, it becomes law after 10 days.
 
2012-05-03 11:06:54 AM
First President to golf 73 separate times in his first two and a half years in office... now 90 to date and still counting.

That's a hell of thing to be harping on after having George W. Bush in office.

A quick search of Ze Googles reminds me: The total number of days of vacation or retreat President Bush took, while in office over a period of 8 years was 967 days, or 32% of his total time in office, was spent on vacations or retreats.

/bookmarking this thread for when I get the inevitable Fw: Fw: Fw: Fw: Fw: Fw: email from my friend
 
2012-05-03 11:08:06 AM
FIRST PRESIDENT TO MAKE HIS KIDS WEAR T-SHIRTS!! IMPEACH!!
 
2012-05-03 11:12:29 AM
The Audacity of Class

Accidentally clicked the "Barack Obama=Insolent Chicago Trash" link and was just appalled at the lack of respect shown to furniture


/AMIDOINGITRITE
 
2012-05-03 11:12:44 AM

Dwight_Yeast: Druge's story


4.bp.blogspot.com
What do these Druges know about Obama's girlfriend?
 
2012-05-03 11:13:16 AM

RexTalionis: skullkrusher: peter21: skullkrusher: peter21: My favorite: "First President to sign a bill by auto pen".

Impeachable offense? Probably. This one should seal Obama's fate.

Romney rebuttal: "This president thinks he's now too good for ink! I have been using pens my whole life and I am not ashamed. All my pink slips have my John Hancock on them in good ol' U.S. of A. manufactured ink. Have you... have you heard this phrase? The pen is mightier than the sword? Sing it with me... The. Pen. Is. Migh-ti-er. Everybody. Than. The. Sword. I think this president would rather have it, the auto is mightier than the pen. Which reminds me, the auto bailout..."

As stupid as this list is, I think the POTUS should be present when he is signing a bill into law

I don't mind the POTUS using the technology available, but I won't argue your point. It just struck me as funny while reading that list. Which in itself is beyond funny.

the use of the technology isn't an issue. He should be present while performing one of his chief duties though, I think. The list is just a summary of all the emails I've gotten from my dad for the past 4 years.

Isn't the whole issue kind of a moot point, anyway? Even if the President doesn't sign a bill, it becomes law after 10 days.


Unless he uses a pocket veto. In this day and age, why can't the legislation be faxed to him, he signs it were he's at, and faxed it back? Why do we insist on some archaic way of doing something, the signing of a document to show consent, for the president of the United States? It's asinine. I'm glad the president found a way around it, and if the Congress doesn't like it, they should try to impeach him.
 
2012-05-03 11:14:19 AM

RexTalionis: skullkrusher: peter21: skullkrusher: peter21: My favorite: "First President to sign a bill by auto pen".

Impeachable offense? Probably. This one should seal Obama's fate.

Romney rebuttal: "This president thinks he's now too good for ink! I have been using pens my whole life and I am not ashamed. All my pink slips have my John Hancock on them in good ol' U.S. of A. manufactured ink. Have you... have you heard this phrase? The pen is mightier than the sword? Sing it with me... The. Pen. Is. Migh-ti-er. Everybody. Than. The. Sword. I think this president would rather have it, the auto is mightier than the pen. Which reminds me, the auto bailout..."

As stupid as this list is, I think the POTUS should be present when he is signing a bill into law

I don't mind the POTUS using the technology available, but I won't argue your point. It just struck me as funny while reading that list. Which in itself is beyond funny.

the use of the technology isn't an issue. He should be present while performing one of his chief duties though, I think. The list is just a summary of all the emails I've gotten from my dad for the past 4 years.

Isn't the whole issue kind of a moot point, anyway? Even if the President doesn't sign a bill, it becomes law after 10 days.


I think that's a veto, not a passing
 
2012-05-03 11:16:31 AM
If any Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a Law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the Congress by their Adjournment prevent its return, in which case it shall not be a Law.

Ha, ha, you're wrong on the internet!

/Just kidding, we've all done it.
 
2012-05-03 11:16:35 AM
First president to call another citizen a jackass?
 
2012-05-03 11:17:07 AM
profile.ak.fbcdn.net
 
2012-05-03 11:17:52 AM

skullkrusher: I think that's a veto, not a passing


Article 1, Section 7, clause 2:

"If any Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Same shall be a Law, in like Manner as if he had signed it, unless the Congress by their Adjournment prevent its Return, in which Case it shall not be a Law."
 
2012-05-03 11:19:24 AM
First President to apply for college aid as a foreign student...
then deny he was a foreigner.


U mad he went on his own merits, not as a legacy?

People take breaks where they can get them. Especially when they can't just cut a check to pay for all 4 years.

(What's worse, Obama's family didn't even donate enough money to get the campus library named after his grandpa. What a bastard.)

First President to have a social security number from a state
he has never lived in.


I know, right? Besides, he wasn't even born there, he was born in Kenya. And he's a mooselim communist.

First President to preside over a cut to the credit-rating of the United States.

Yeah, when they repealed Glass-Steagall (ten years before Obama took office) the whole system went to shiat.

First President to violate the War Powers Act.

Really? REALLY? You're goddamn website is named after Reagan and you can say this with a straight face?

If you believe that, I have property in Central America to sell you that definitely doesn't have any mass graves filled by American mercenaries.

First President to be held in contempt of court for illegally obstructing oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

Rewind 2 years:
"WHY ISN'T OBAMA DOING ENOUGH TO FIX THE GULF OF MEXICO!!?!!??!!"

First President to defy a Federal Judge's court order to cease implementing the Health Care Reform Law.

Yeah, because he's THE FIRST PRESIDENT TO TRY AND TACKLE HCR WITH ANY REAL LEGISLATION

I know, I know "but but but tort reform..."

First President to require all Americans to purchase a product from a third party.


See above.
Also, Republican plan.

If he had his way, we'd be on the fast track single payer. (we're on the slow track atm. it's coming, thank god)

First President to spend a trillion dollars on shovel-ready jobs when there was no such thing as shovel-ready jobs.

Because government can't create jobs, except when it can. ie the hundreds of billions of dollars on military, defense contractors, law enforcement, state subsidies, etc etc etc

First President to abrogate bankruptcy law to turn over control of companies to his union supporters.

Now you are just getting ridiculous.

Why do I get the feeling this guy yells about George Soros at the dinner table?

First President to by-pass Congress and implement the Dream Act through executive fiat.

You could also say he's the first President to look in the mirror and see a black man.

He's hardly the first president to bypass Congress through executive fiat.

This isn't to mention the Dream Act was just good legislation (unless you're of the mindset that immigration reform involves a bigger wall and pulling over people that look "suspicious" and sending them "home")

First President to order a secret amnesty program that stopped the deportation of illegal immigrants across the US, including those with criminal convictions.

Ooo, this game is fun.

You could say that. You could also say he has presided over record setting deportation (as in, deported more than any president ever)

First President to demand a company hand-over $20 billion to one of his political appointees.

lololololol

First President to terminate America's ability to put a man in space: he de-funded NASA.

Because trying to keep putting men in space inside of a 30+ year old launch vehicle was a good idea.

Look, Republicans are pissed about privatization for once (only because they didn't get to think of it)

First President to have a law signed by an auto-pen without being present.

Dear god.

Clearly this means Sarah Palin is now President and all Obama's political appointments are to be dumped into a sausage grinder.

/goes back to e-signing legal documents as I've done for 6 years

First President to arbitrarily declare an existing law unconstitutional and refuse to enforce it.

Besides being a patently false statement, every President influences their AG's priorities.

First President to threaten insurance companies if they publicly spoke-out on the reasons for their rate increases.

Citation needed.

Also, would publicly speaking out on the reasons for their rate increases include mentioning the rate increases are not essential (done out of profit preservation, not necessity) and that these companies are just fleecing the public for $$ as unnecessary middlemen? Probably not.

No worries, single payer will fix all of this.

First President to tell a major manufacturing company (Boeing) in which State they are allowed to locate a factory.

Seeing as how their company solely exists because they are a permanent line item on our defense budget, we should be telling them much much more. (Corporate SOSHULIZM!!)

First President to file lawsuits against the states he swore an oath to protect (AZ, WI, OH, IN).

Someone apparently has never listened to or read the oath of office.

Also, why does the author hate our legal processes?

First President to withdraw an existing coal permit that had been properly issued years ago.

How dare Obama try to protect American coal workers from ending up just like many Chinese coal workers?

Massey Energy bought WV state judges and state legislators fair and square. Why does Barry Hussein hate capitalism?

First President to fire an inspector general of AmeriCorps for catching one of his friends in a corruption case.

Again. 'First President to eat eggs for breakfast the morning of August 15th 2010' territory.

First President to appoint 45 czars to replace elected officials in his office.

Without going into the why what is and isn't a czar is debatable, Obama's number of appointees is very comparable to Bush's. From a certain point of view, Bush actually had more.

Also, when you have an obstructionist Congress, it would be more irresponsible to let the jobs go undone vs waiting for a confirmation that will never happen.

Confirmation was the word the author was looking for. I don't remember ever voting on AIDS czar, drug czar, war czar... but maybe I'm wrong. Maybe there was a hidden section to the ballot I didn't see.

First President to golf 73 separate times in his first two and a half years in office... now 90 to date and still counting.

Hey, how about we talk about vacation days... oh sorry, statistics aren't quite so convenient there are they?

I'll take cherry picked statistics for a thousand, Alex.


First President to hide his medical, educational and
travel records.


Nope

First President to win a Nobel Peace Prize while
doing NOTHING to earn it.


One of four Presidents to win a Nobel Peace Prize (3 of the 4 were Democrats, the one republican, Teddy, was a noted Progressive which makes him close enough :P)

Yes, Obama did nothing to earn it. If by nothing you mean reintroduced the idea that the rest of the planet is worth talking to and perhaps international relations should involve more than screaming "FREEDOM FRIES"

Author is obviously butt-hurt that there is no Nobel War Prize for Republicans to champion.

First President to not know how to properly pronounce Navy 'corpsman'.

3 words.
Nuke yu ler.


First President to go on multiple global apology tours-
including bowing to foreign rulers.


Somebody had to do it.
When your nation spends 8 years being insufferable assholes to the rest of the planet, (including shunning the UN and insulting allies that won't follow you into a war built on lies), it's appropriate to apologize for that behavior.

First President to go on 17 lavish vacations, including date nights and Wednesday evening White House parties for his friends; paid for by the taxpayer.


Hardly.

First President to say that America was not a Christian nation.

Except for all the other presidents (Thomas Jefferson and JFK to name two off the top of my head) that emphasized one particular faith did not and would not sway our government from committing it's constitutional duties.

First President to have 22 personal servants (taxpayer funded) just for his wife.

Again, hardly.

First President to keep a dog trainer on retainer for $102,000/year at taxpayer expense...

Comparing this to the price of a 5th generation fighter jet that doesn't work is like biatching about Obama accidentally dropping some of his pocket change in the trash when throwing out a receipt.

Besides, if he didn't, the authors last scathing "truth" about Obama would be "First President to let his dog pee on sacred White House carpets"

Also, CSB, FDR had to dispatch Naval ships to rescue his pet dog he forgot on a North Pacific island during vacation. No point to be made here, I just thought that was some funny history to share with you all.
 
2012-05-03 11:20:39 AM
In this administration: The Autopen is mightier than the National Accord.

weaselzippers.us
 
2012-05-03 11:21:18 AM

Wendy's Chili: EWreckedSean: debunk Reagan as a small government Republican

Don't mind if I do...

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 640x417]


Now let's explain why that graph is stupid.

You are looking at Quart on Quarter percentage gain. Which is (Current Quarter - Previous Quarter / Previous Quarter)

So to make up some easy numbers, if the total last quarter under Reagan is 1 trillion, and the total this quarter 1.1 trillion, then he saw a 10% Q-o-Q gain.

Fast forward to Obama, if last quarter is now 3 trillion, and this quarter is 3.1 trillion, then even though the amount of gain is the same, the Q-o-Q gain is only 3.33%

Q-o-Q is percentage gain of total from last quarter.
 
2012-05-03 11:28:49 AM

karnal: In this administration: The Autopen is mightier than the National Accord.

[weaselzippers.us image 475x502]



Your outrage ranks up there with dijon mustard and going without a jacket in the Oval Office.
Please tell me that you have something more, Lieutenant. The fate of the Free Market depends on it. Please tell me you haven't pinned America's hopes to a autopen.
 
2012-05-03 11:34:19 AM
www.drudgereport.com
 
2012-05-03 11:35:52 AM

Lord_Baull: Not gonna click the link, any summaries for this lazy american?


"First President to not know how to properly pronounce Navy 'corpsman'."

This one on the list sums it up.
 
2012-05-03 11:36:23 AM

madgonad: Dwight_Yeast: madgonad: How about you get some actual new ideas and run on those. You can keep some of the old ones,

NO NEW FIX OLD!

I don't know. You really want to haul those old ones into the shop a couple times a year and waste more money on them? The warranty is long gone and parts are getting hard to find. Look, we can get you into some new ideas and spread the payments out so that it will fit right into your budget. Come on over to the sales floor and we will find the right ideas for you.


Now, I know you'd like to look over at this fancy two-seater "Scrap Medicare" we've got sitting in the show room, but is it really practical? Can you really afford it, especially if that new promotion doesn't come through? Besides, all it really shows the world is that you're in a mid-life crisis, scared that you're not as appealing as you used to be, making one last desperate cry for help before old age dims your vision, steals your memories, and draws you deeper towards death's cold embrace. You don't want to be that guy.

Why don't we look over here for a slightly used pro-business agenda that targets loopholes in taxes and regulations to even the playing field for everyone? Or how about this nice low-mileage protective trade agreement that will boost domestic manufacturing? A guy your age doesn't need to be in a flashy high-profile social agenda. Let's take a spin in one of these nice mid-range economic policy initiatives.
 
2012-05-03 11:40:55 AM
Lord_Baull

karnal: In this administration: The Autopen is mightier than the National Accord.


Your outrage ranks up there with dijon mustard and going without a jacket in the Oval Office.
Please tell me that you have something more, Lieutenant. The fate of the Free Market depends on it. Please tell me you haven't pinned America's hopes to a autopen.


It's indicative of the Chicago-style politics going on in the White House.
 
2012-05-03 11:41:01 AM
Ya'll conservatives are going to be butt-hurt when you realize your two choices for president are both liberals.
 
2012-05-03 11:43:47 AM
First black President.

/the rest of these complaints are just symptoms of a diseased mind that can't handle this simple fact
//Reagan was a shiat President
 
2012-05-03 11:44:32 AM
your blog sucks.
please remove Reagan's name from it.
 
2012-05-03 11:46:01 AM
First President to golf 73 separate times in his first two and a half years in office... now 90 to date and still counting.

52 x 3 / 90 is 1.7. So the president goes golfing about every 2 weeks.

How outrageous.
 
2012-05-03 11:49:13 AM

Mildot: [www.drudgereport.com image 339x112]


Hey printboy, blame is something the GOP Party of Personal Responsibility perfected.
 
2012-05-03 11:49:13 AM
Lucky LaRue


Ya'll conservatives are going to be butt-hurt when you realize your two choices for president are both liberals.



So it comes down to voting for a liberal conservative or a progressive liberal?

Well then - I believe. digitized-embroidery-designs.com
 
2012-05-03 11:49:40 AM

MurphyMurphy: ...troll food..


Good on ya for trying to fight the good fight here, but anybody that would read a blog like this is waaaay to pigheaded to process new information and change their opinion on anything, and certainly not on the MOOSLIM USURPER!!!11!

Prediction: Not one of the standard shills in this thread will concede a single point you've corrected them on.
 
2012-05-03 11:51:10 AM

karnal: Lord_Baull

karnal: In this administration: The Autopen is mightier than the National Accord.


Your outrage ranks up there with dijon mustard and going without a jacket in the Oval Office.
Please tell me that you have something more, Lieutenant. The fate of the Free Market depends on it. Please tell me you haven't pinned America's hopes to a autopen.

It's indicative of the Chicago-style politics going on in the White House.



Can you at least use 2012 talking points? "Chicago-style politics" is so 2008. I know, why don't you mention teleprompters?
 
2012-05-03 11:51:39 AM

wingnut396: First President to golf 73 separate times in his first two and a half years in office... now 90 to date and still counting.

52 x 3 / 90 is 1.7. So the president goes golfing about every 2 weeks.

How outrageous.

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"President Bush, we have some important Presidentin' we need you to do!"

"Uhhh, I'm not here. You can't see me. President Bush is somewhere else"

"Sir, I can clearly see your Cowboy hat poking out behind that tree"

"I got at least 2 more weeks worth of brush clearin' to do. See? I got work gloves on and everything. Go bother Cheney"

"Sir, we have to go back to Washington at some point. You can't hide here forever"

"boy look at all this brush I need to clear...."

 
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