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(Mother Jones)   Potential Vice President nominee, Bobby Jindal, did what in college? c) Preformed an exorcism on his girlfriend   (motherjones.com) divider line 295
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2012-05-17 09:49:47 PM

coco ebert: Please pick him please pick him please pick him please pick him please pick him!!!


The groundswell of support for him would be volcanic.
 
2012-05-17 09:52:02 PM

cmb53208: Ned Stark: I'm from louisiana and all i got to say is that if you want him, hes yours.

Only if we get to throw Scott Walker to the gators.


Seconded.
 
2012-05-17 09:52:15 PM
I thought he was a Hindu, didn't know they did that.

Also: How is excercism preformed?
 
2012-05-17 09:53:41 PM
www.rpgcodex.net

What the frack?
 
2012-05-17 09:54:07 PM
post.cloudfront.goodinc.com
I'm your man, Mr. Romney!
 
2012-05-17 09:54:42 PM

GAT_00: Who actually thinks its going to Jindal? I still think the smart money is on Rand Paul.


If so that's just swell. A Wall Street weasel who delights in sucking the life out of businesses and a bong-clutching libertarian punk who has goons that go around curb-stomping women.
 
2012-05-17 09:55:30 PM
The short of it is that, while Jindal was an undergraduate, his close friend, Susan, with whom he had maintained a wholly non-romantic relationship, began acting strange. One might attribute this to the fact that she was undergoing treatment for cancer. Jindal assumed she had been possessed.

WTF. If I ever had a friend that was undergoing treatment for cancer and they started acting strange, the first thought that pops into my head wouldn't be that they are possessed. Do the Republicans have anybody on their side that didn't do completely loony shiat when they were younger.
 
2012-05-17 09:58:31 PM

Cyberluddite: How does "preforming" an exorcism differ from postforming one?


The same way a preversion is different from a postversion?

www.imfdb.org
 
2012-05-17 09:59:06 PM

Churchy LaFemme: Gah, GodsTumor, sorry, I didn't see your picture...


no problem. Christine Devil Woman ODonnell is fair game for all
 
2012-05-17 10:00:06 PM

Lenny_da_Hog: Lorelle: Pee-yush?
Pee-yoosh?
Peesh?
Pie-yush?
Pie-yoosh?
Piesh?
Pish?

Gesundheit!


I think it's Py-at.

images.wikia.com
 
2012-05-17 10:02:59 PM
Running out of options, UCF had turned to a rival campus Christian group for spiritual tactics. The preacher had denied our request for assistance and recommended that we not confront the demon

Two things. Why were there rival Christian student groups? Did they do drive-by caroling or something? Second, how much you want to bet that preachers advice was actually something along the lines of "So you're holding this girl against her will and you're suprised she's pissed off? Yeah, you might want to stop doing that, it's probably a felony"
 
2012-05-17 10:05:11 PM
Come on Mittens, go all mavericky like McCain did and pick Karen Handel to be your VP. She already has VP experience at Kormen. Picking a woman would help you defuse the "Republican War on Women" issue. She flip flops for her own political benefit so she'll fit in well with the campaign. The fundies will love her. Plus she has only a GED so she'll appeal to the anti-education crowd. Mitt, the fundies are scared of your religion and your Ivy League education. Karen would fix all of those weaknesses in the ticket.

Come on Mitt, you can do it! Karen would be perfect!
 
2012-05-17 10:05:14 PM

Sabyen91: cmb53208: Ned Stark: I'm from louisiana and all i got to say is that if you want him, hes yours.

Only if we get to throw Scott Walker to the gators.

Seconded.


Can I be the one to hogtie him? I know just the river to dispose of that chickensh*t.
 
2012-05-17 10:05:26 PM

Karac: Running out of options, UCF had turned to a rival campus Christian group for spiritual tactics. The preacher had denied our request for assistance and recommended that we not confront the demon

Two things. Why were there rival Christian student groups? Did they do drive-by caroling or something? Second, how much you want to bet that preachers advice was actually something along the lines of "So you're holding this girl against her will and you're suprised she's pissed off? Yeah, you might want to stop doing that, it's probably a felony"


Westside Story popped into my mind...with monks.
 
2012-05-17 10:07:02 PM

Salt Lick Steady: Sabyen91: cmb53208: Ned Stark: I'm from louisiana and all i got to say is that if you want him, hes yours.

Only if we get to throw Scott Walker to the gators.

Seconded.

Can I be the one to hogtie him? I know just the river to dispose of that chickensh*t.


I would be a little skittish because he would be looking at me while I did it. Oh, wait, only half of his eyes would be on me.

/Hey, I can say it since I have a lazy eye.
 
2012-05-17 10:08:12 PM
Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.
 
2012-05-17 10:10:53 PM
Can I get an Aqua Buddha all up in this joint?
 
2012-05-17 10:13:22 PM

Sabyen91: /Hey, I can say it since I have a lazy eye.


I remember when we first met. You looked at me in my good eye and said something racist that I'm not going to repeat on stage.

/christ, please let that one be obscure
 
2012-05-17 10:17:05 PM

Salt Lick Steady: Sabyen91: /Hey, I can say it since I have a lazy eye.

I remember when we first met. You looked at me in my good eye and said something racist that I'm not going to repeat on stage.

/christ, please let that one be obscure


That is one I don't recognize and the Googles are no help.
 
2012-05-17 10:18:23 PM

Lorelle: Out of curiosity, how is Piyush pronounced?

Pee-yush?
Pee-yoosh?
Peesh?
Pie-yush?
Pie-yoosh?
Piesh?
Pish?


"Bobby"...duh!
 
2012-05-17 10:19:42 PM

Lorelle: simsite9: His name isn't Bobby, it's Piyush.

Willard/Piyush '12
Our first names embarrass us!

Out of curiosity, how is Piyush pronounced?

Pee-yush?
Pee-yoosh?
Peesh?
Pie-yush?
Pie-yoosh?
Piesh?
Pish?


I like pie-yush
 
2012-05-17 10:20:33 PM
Mitt Romney shaved a possibly gay student's head in high school.

Bobby Jindal held down and tried to exorcise a woman who was going through cancer treatments.

Was Obama the only person who did normal disreputable stuff when he was young?
 
2012-05-17 10:21:29 PM

qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.


is he actually an anchor baby though?
 
2012-05-17 10:22:33 PM

Bloody William: Mitt Romney shaved a possibly gay student's head in high school.

Bobby Jindal held down and tried to exorcise a woman who was going through cancer treatments.

Was Obama the only person who did normal disreputable stuff when he was young?


I heard Romney also taped Larry Lester's butt-cheeks together. He hasn't denied it.
 
2012-05-17 10:23:50 PM

skullkrusher: qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.

is he actually an anchor baby though?


Does it matter? Apparently the charge is enough for 40% of the American people to believe it.

/Don't know if it is true and I don't really care.
 
2012-05-17 10:24:27 PM

Sabyen91: That is one I don't recognize and the Googles are no help.


Um, my hint would be: flippity flap, flippity flap, put a pancake on the stack, and everybody flap my jack!
 
2012-05-17 10:24:47 PM

Bloody William: Mitt Romney shaved a possibly gay student's head in high school.

Bobby Jindal held down and tried to exorcise a woman who was going through cancer treatments.

Was Obama the only person who did normal disreputable stuff when he was young?


He was the only one who got invited to the type of party where normal disreputable stuff took place. The others, well, they had to make up stuff that they thought went on at parties.
 
2012-05-17 10:25:09 PM

Sabyen91: skullkrusher: qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.

is he actually an anchor baby though?

Does it matter? Apparently the charge is enough for 40% of the American people to believe it.

/Don't know if it is true and I don't really care.


his parents weren't citizens when he was born but they were here legally on education visas. I don't know if it qualifies.
 
2012-05-17 10:26:15 PM
Women can be like that.

Better off to just break up with her or seek minimal contact with her for a few days til she becomes more stable.
 
2012-05-17 10:29:12 PM

skullkrusher: Sabyen91: skullkrusher: qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.

is he actually an anchor baby though?

Does it matter? Apparently the charge is enough for 40% of the American people to believe it.

/Don't know if it is true and I don't really care.

his parents weren't citizens when he was born but they were here legally on education visas. I don't know if it qualifies.


It probably does as both weren't citizens. He was born here though so as to the presidential question...I don't care. Sounds natural born. However, birthers then supporting him would blow my mind. Ok, not so much blow my mind so much as not surprise me at all.
 
2012-05-17 10:30:26 PM
Do exorcisms work on girlfriends? What about ex-girlfriends?

I'm just asking questions...for a friend.
 
2012-05-17 10:31:11 PM

Salt Lick Steady: Sabyen91: That is one I don't recognize and the Googles are no help.

Um, my hint would be: flippity flap, flippity flap, put a pancake on the stack, and everybody flap my jack!


Is it from the bastard child of "Whose Line"?

/The Googles took me to some weird places.
 
2012-05-17 10:31:25 PM

Sabyen91: It probably does as both weren't citizens. He was born here though so as to the presidential question...I don't care. Sounds natural born. However, birthers then supporting him would blow my mind. Ok, not so much blow my mind so much as not surprise me at all.


he was born on the LSU campus. I don't think there is any question about him being natural born. I thought the point of "anchor" babies was that they "anchored" their parents in the US. If you're in no danger of being deported, nothing to anchor. I know it's fun but I don't think the term really applies to Jindal so much.
 
2012-05-17 10:31:46 PM

Snarfangel: Do exorcisms work on girlfriends? What about ex-girlfriends?

I'm just asking questions...for a friend.


No, succubi are immune.
 
2012-05-17 10:32:27 PM

skullkrusher: Sabyen91: It probably does as both weren't citizens. He was born here though so as to the presidential question...I don't care. Sounds natural born. However, birthers then supporting him would blow my mind. Ok, not so much blow my mind so much as not surprise me at all.

he was born on the LSU campus. I don't think there is any question about him being natural born. I thought the point of "anchor" babies was that they "anchored" their parents in the US. If you're in no danger of being deported, nothing to anchor. I know it's fun but I don't think the term really applies to Jindal so much.


Except I don't think the birthers think anchor babies are "natural born".
 
2012-05-17 10:33:35 PM

skullkrusher: qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.

is he actually an anchor baby though?


His parents moved here six months before he was born, and as far as I can tell neither of them were citizens.
 
2012-05-17 10:34:08 PM

skullkrusher: I know it's fun but I don't think the term really applies to Jindal so much.


"Anchor babies" refers to a baby born in the US that has zero American citizens as parents and then the parents become citizens legally because they have an American citizen for a child. I think it certainly applies to him if what you say is true.
 
2012-05-17 10:34:15 PM

Sabyen91: skullkrusher: Sabyen91: It probably does as both weren't citizens. He was born here though so as to the presidential question...I don't care. Sounds natural born. However, birthers then supporting him would blow my mind. Ok, not so much blow my mind so much as not surprise me at all.

he was born on the LSU campus. I don't think there is any question about him being natural born. I thought the point of "anchor" babies was that they "anchored" their parents in the US. If you're in no danger of being deported, nothing to anchor. I know it's fun but I don't think the term really applies to Jindal so much.

Except I don't think the birthers think anchor babies are "natural born".


I think they want to get rid of that. Or at least someone does. Not sure what group they belong to. In any case, this very intelligent, very well educated guy performed an exorcism on his girlfriend in college. That's weird.
 
2012-05-17 10:34:29 PM

Sabyen91: Is it from the bastard child of "Whose Line"?


Yep. Though I loved Improvaganza. And that particular line was from Jonathan Mangum in the bastard child version of the 'whose line' game from 'whose line', which they called 'sentences.'

/the one at the IHOP
 
2012-05-17 10:35:00 PM
In an op-ed for Politico on Wednesday, anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist called on presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney to select Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal as his running mate.

Well la dee da.

/Yes sir.
//Right away sir.
 
2012-05-17 10:35:14 PM

qorkfiend: skullkrusher: qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.

is he actually an anchor baby though?

His parents moved here six months before he was born, and as far as I can tell neither of them were citizens.


Not according to pro-lifers. He's an anchor baby, and he was alive before he lived in this country!
 
2012-05-17 10:36:24 PM

Sabyen91: skullkrusher: I know it's fun but I don't think the term really applies to Jindal so much.

"Anchor babies" refers to a baby born in the US that has zero American citizens as parents and then the parents become citizens legally because they have an American citizen for a child. I think it certainly applies to him if what you say is true.


I suppose if they achieved permanent residency because of the child though I don't think an engineer and a physicist who studied in the US would have much difficulty gaining permanent residency, child or not
 
2012-05-17 10:37:01 PM

Bloody William: Mitt Romney shaved a possibly gay student's head in high school.

Bobby Jindal held down and tried to exorcise a woman who was going through cancer treatments.

Was Obama the only person who did normal disreputable stuff when he was young?


Romney/Jindal 2012
We'll Hold You Down, Not Hold You Back!
 
2012-05-17 10:37:05 PM

Salt Lick Steady: Sabyen91: Is it from the bastard child of "Whose Line"?

Yep. Though I loved Improvaganza. And that particular line was from Jonathan Mangum in the bastard child version of the 'whose line' game from 'whose line', which they called 'sentences.'

/the one at the IHOP


I haven't seen it but loved WLiiA.

/I feel all hipster using an acronym for it.
 
2012-05-17 10:37:56 PM

qorkfiend: skullkrusher: qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.

is he actually an anchor baby though?

His parents moved here six months before he was born, and as far as I can tell neither of them were citizens.


all true
 
2012-05-17 10:38:14 PM

skullkrusher: Sabyen91: skullkrusher: I know it's fun but I don't think the term really applies to Jindal so much.

"Anchor babies" refers to a baby born in the US that has zero American citizens as parents and then the parents become citizens legally because they have an American citizen for a child. I think it certainly applies to him if what you say is true.

I suppose if they achieved permanent residency because of the child though I don't think an engineer and a physicist who studied in the US would have much difficulty gaining permanent residency, child or not


The timing makes that point moo...ooooo, moot doesn't mean what I used to think it means.
 
2012-05-17 10:38:26 PM

Sabyen91: skullkrusher: Sabyen91: It probably does as both weren't citizens. He was born here though so as to the presidential question...I don't care. Sounds natural born. However, birthers then supporting him would blow my mind. Ok, not so much blow my mind so much as not surprise me at all.

he was born on the LSU campus. I don't think there is any question about him being natural born. I thought the point of "anchor" babies was that they "anchored" their parents in the US. If you're in no danger of being deported, nothing to anchor. I know it's fun but I don't think the term really applies to Jindal so much.

Except I don't think the birthers think anchor babies are "natural born".


The dark-skinned guy with the funny name and the Indian parents isn't going to be any more popular with the birther crowd than the dark-skinned guy with the funny name and the African parent.

(i'm not saying it's racists, but.....it's racists)
 
2012-05-17 10:39:17 PM

Bloody William: qorkfiend: skullkrusher: qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.

is he actually an anchor baby though?

His parents moved here six months before he was born, and as far as I can tell neither of them were citizens.

Not according to pro-lifers. He's an anchor baby, and he was alive before he lived in this country!


pretty big stretch for not much of a payoff there ;)
 
2012-05-17 10:40:16 PM

skullkrusher: Bloody William: qorkfiend: skullkrusher: qorkfiend: Ah yes. Piyush "Anchor Bobby" Jindal.

is he actually an anchor baby though?

His parents moved here six months before he was born, and as far as I can tell neither of them were citizens.

Not according to pro-lifers. He's an anchor baby, and he was alive before he lived in this country!

pretty big stretch for not much of a payoff there ;)


Considering the war on women legislation over the last year, it's not a big stretch. It's Republican policy.
 
2012-05-17 10:40:35 PM
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