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2012-06-30 03:07:51 PM  
5 votes:
With regards to wishing cancer on members of the nation's highest court, Malzone told the Patch that he's not a hateful person

i think I would respect these hideous human beings more if they could at least just own up to their own crap. Look buddy, it's right there in black-and-white. You wished colon cancer on people. This is not the wish of a sane, logical, loving man. It is a hateful, spiteful thing to say. You god damn coward.
2012-07-01 12:09:58 AM  
4 votes:
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This is the face of the Republican base: crazy eyes that house a brain that does not live in this reality, pasty white skin, and a look of quiet desperation. It's the face of a hick begging for real-life drama to avoid the voices in his brain that try to make him see sense and ask him what the fark he's doing in life combined with the ones on the television telling him that America--the one that only exists in black and white reruns--is under threat and that he can be a big hero if he just stands up for whatever issue pisses him off. It's the face of a man who is brave enough to completely destroy his credibility yet not brave enough to make changes in his life that he so desperately wants: the Republican brand of cowardice that does everything in its power, no matter how mindless except the one that makes them live the lives they want instead of forcing reality to fit their sad, pathetic mold.

Hobodeluxe: I'm guessing his lawyer typed that up for him. Must've gotten a little call from the secret service.


He probably got a call from the Party, telling him to shut the fark up because he'll lose his cherry job. Then again, this is yet another Republican way of saying shiat and then backing away from any responsibility from it. You know, the same responsibility that they slap people around with and then avoid at the next opportunity.
2012-06-30 06:24:48 PM  
4 votes:
FTA: "No one cares about me, they all make their promises and then go do what they goddamn feel."

What, suddenly you're running things now? I missed that bit, you know, where YOU were in control of everything in the world.

It's kind of interesting that he's not framing this in the sense of how it affects America in general, but what it means for him personally. True, the only rhetoric you'll hear about how this hurts Americans is "This is tyranny" and "Socialisms" and other soundbites from the AM radio spectrum, but at least that implies that they're wiling to cast a veneer of selflessness over their rejection of reform. This person only cares about what it means for his own wallet.

Trouble with democracy is that you don't always get what you want.

I took a tour of Freeperville - okay, I admit it, it was a very visceral day for me. Nuanced opinion: "Well I don't really like the decision but given the choice between nothing whatsoever and Obamacare I guess I'll take Obamacare since it's still an improvement over the system we have." Then I spent half the day wandering websites for the redstate reaction. "Let us now go to American Thinker; they do amuse me so." I don't really like admitting that since it puts me on the same level as people who vote for idiots because those idiots "piss off the Liberals," but I'm only human.

Anywho, I stumbled upon this post from some guy who said that there was no way he could possibly afford health insurance for himself and his wife and that over four years Obama had taken everything he'd ever had away from him. You could practically see the tears sprinkled upon the paper. The Courts made a decision regarding health care distribution and these people are _mourning the fall of a nation._

This isn't a huge surprise. These people have been hearing for the last three years that Obamacare will be the end of the Republic and the gateway to a new era of government intrusion. They are absolutely convinced of that. And not only did they pin all their hopes on the Supreme Court decision, they were certain that decision was going to fall their way. In this alternate-universe construct they've created for themselves, they literally have no country to call their own anymore.

If I woke up tomorrow and discovered that my country had been invaded by totalitarians that had burned Washington, leveled our largest cities, set fire to the cornfields of Nebraska, and set up a military dictatorship, I'd probably shed a tear, too. To them, it's the same thing. They literally see no difference between an insurance mandate and an invasion by the Soviets. Which explains all these calls for violent armed rebellion.

Dear conservatives: You're absolutely right. I don't give a damn about you. I don't care about your whining or your tears or your assurances that the collapse of Western Civilization is right around the corner. I don't think you guys have the slightest clue what "freedom" means and I think you should try exploring a world broader than a fourth-grade social studies textbook for awhile.

You didn't get what you wanted this time. Tough beans. It happens.

Me, I'm going to study this decision, find out what it means to me, determine the least expensive way to remain in compliance, and ensure that my records are up-to-date. You know. Like civic-minded grownups with a sense of personal responsibility tend to do.

...So, nyah. :P
2012-06-30 02:59:26 PM  
4 votes:
As someone who's had family members die from cancer, fark you.
2012-06-30 03:59:30 PM  
3 votes:
Well, at least we can be sure that the Justices won't get dropped by their insurance for getting cancer.

(Remember, all of this anger is because more people get to see the doctor now.)
2012-06-30 03:36:18 PM  
3 votes:
Here's teh Merrimack Teabaggers' Facebook page. Feel free to leave them some healthy wishes for the future. Bonus - They have the 'Obama standing on the Constitution' picture up there. Nice touch, retards.
2012-06-30 03:17:39 PM  
3 votes:

TheDumbBlonde: Wishing cancer and organ failure on others isn't limited to one political party.


True, but at least Democrats distance themselves from those people. Can't say the same about the GOP.
2012-07-01 07:12:19 PM  
2 votes:

acefox1: Here is the latest Trump-Koch Borthers propaganda that's making it around the Facebook walls of the pants-on-the-head retarded regressives I know:

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When i see shiat like this it shows that the person posting it has a fundamental lack of understanding that the PPACA was passed so we could go from a country with no healthcare system except for the elderly, veterans and workers with good benefits to a country that has KIND of a healthcare system.

Respondig with the Politifact debunking of this lie usually does no good but here it is anyway:
http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2009/sep/11/chain -e mail/64000-question-e-mail-says-congress-exempt-health-/

Nobody is exempted from the "Health Care Reform Plan". It AMAZES me that so many red-staters firmly believe that PPACA created some evil-shadowy government health-plan that evrybody will be forced to join.

When I point out that the PPACA simply says that if you can afford to buy PRIVATE health insurance then you have to buy it. This was the Republican "personal responsibility" Mandate idea to eliminate free-riders that that the Republicans were pushing until the exact second that Obama supported it. Then it became an EEEEVIL gub'mint take over of the health-care system.

Maybe if a few states go single-payer the rest of the country will start to see that is the better way to go.

If ll else fails I like responding with this baby:

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And I never get tired of this one as well:

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I'm still trying to wrap my head around the idea that there are people out there who don't want health insurance. WHY THE F*CK NOT?!?!?
2012-07-01 07:03:12 PM  
2 votes:
Here is the latest Trump-Koch Borthers propaganda that's making it around the Facebook walls of the pants-on-the-head retarded regressives I know:

farm8.staticflickr.com

When i see shiat like this it shows that the person posting it has a fundamental lack of understanding that the PPACA was passed so we could go from a country with no healthcare system except for the elderly, veterans and workers with good benefits to a country that has KIND of a healthcare system.

Respondig with the Politifact debunking of this lie usually does no good but here it is anyway:
http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2009/sep/11/chain -e mail/64000-question-e-mail-says-congress-exempt-health-/

Nobody is exempted from the "Health Care Reform Plan". It AMAZES me that so many red-staters firmly believe that PPACA created some evil-shadowy government health-plan that evrybody will be forced to join.

When I point out that the PPACA simply says that if you can afford to buy PRIVATE health insurance then you have to buy it. This was the Republican "personal responsibility" Mandate idea to eliminate free-riders that that the Republicans were pushing until the exact second that Obama supported it. Then it became an EEEEVIL gub'mint take over of the health-care system.

Maybe if a few states go single-payer the rest of the country will start to see that is the better way to go.

If ll else fails I like responding with this baby:

farm9.staticflickr.com

And I never get tired of this one as well:

farm7.staticflickr.com
2012-07-01 12:45:29 PM  
2 votes:

Lernaeus: KiplingKat872: Lernaeus: Mrtraveler01: Lernaeus: Look, the government is not some benevolent gathering of altruistic idealists seeking to make a better world for you and me by passing laws that are in our collective interests. That's the sales pitch, but you're buying a bill of goods.

It's also not an evil sinister entity that tries to control every aspect of our lives like the sales pitch that you're trying to sell to us as well.

Like others have said, you deal with government in your lives every day whether it's at the local, state, or federal level. So you can drop the BS, "I'm my own man, I don't depend on the government for nuthin' " narrative that the libertarians are always trying to push on us.

It's funny, but it gets old after a while debunking that all the time.

Perhaps it's not the Legion of Doom ... But it is a breeding ground for thousands of little dictators that *do* collectively control every aspect of one's life. We all live under layers of laws at multiple jurisdictions, any one of which we can break without even knowing we did it (remember, ignorance of a million volumes of vaguely-worded law only an attorney you can't afford can understand is no excuse!), and the maximum penalties harsh enough to ruin one's life.

Add to that corrupt, militia-trained cops that act with complete impunity and I-don't-like-your-hippie-face judges and you've got real cause to be concerned at the massive power the state has.

And all the "little dictators" you are so scared of in a government bueraucracy? Try living in a place with an ineffectual government with warlords controlling the countryside.

No, thanks.

How about living in a place where criminals are kept at bay, but the state leaves people alone to live and trade with each other in peace?


How do you plan on doing that with no streets, state, or interstate highways?

If one of your shipping trucks gets hit by a drunk driver with no insurance, are you prepared to just eat that loss?

If your kid gets diptheria in school because vaccinations are not mandated, are you prepared to pay for their medical care out of pocket?

Do you have any idea what medical care costs in this country? You want to talk about "ruining one's life?" Trying paying for an operation and subsequent radiation/chemo treatments.

My sister and her husband both have well-paying jobs and are fully insured. She had a very rough delivery of their first child. She told me even with their insurance, it would take them a year to pay off the medical bills.

Now imagine a Walmart employee facing those bills with no insurance to help them.

That is a life ruined.
2012-07-01 09:28:30 AM  
2 votes:
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2012-07-01 08:29:35 AM  
2 votes:
Question to Conservatives:

If the United States of America is the strongest, smartest and best country in the world, how is it always on the verge of being "destroyed" by things like Universal Health Care, guys in caves wearing turbans 3000 miles away, women deciding to abort their unwanted pregnancies, black presidents being elected, regulation of trillion-dollar industries, environmental groups, etc.

I mean, how can you still be the strongest if every little thing brings your country to the "brink of chaos"?

God help you if you ever faced any ACTUAL threats, like massive civil unrest, a terrible natural disaster, or a military coup.
2012-07-01 01:22:38 AM  
2 votes:
My mother died of colon cancer when I was 15, so it really hurts that there exists a person so low as to wish colon cancer on anyone, let alone people who are championing the very health care that could give early detection to colon cancer.
2012-07-01 12:02:41 AM  
2 votes:

born_yesterday: clancifer: TheDumbBlonde: Wishing cancer and organ failure on others isn't limited to one political party.

Hey look! Both sides are bad.

But which side should I vote for?


www.thechoad.com
I'd pick the side most likely to leave us in peace when the dust settles.

(Hint: it won't be the republicans to leave us in peace when the dust settles)
2012-06-30 04:26:22 PM  
2 votes:
If you ask one of these people why, exactly, they're so upset, most won't be able to articulate anything that's, well, articulate.

The rest will babble on about things that are outright false.

These people simply cannot be reasoned with -- because reason has nothing whatever to do with their views and beliefs. And, that's scary because they're recruiting other weak minded people to their line of paranoia.

We're coming to a point where nearly half the country is completely misinformed and living in a near-constant state of paranoid delusion.
2012-06-30 03:45:45 PM  
2 votes:
"Pseudoconservativism is among other things a disorder in relation to authority, characterized by an inability to find other modes for human relationship than those of more or less complete domination or submission. . . . The pseudo-conservative is a man who, in the name of upholding traditional American values and institutions and defending them against more or less fictitious dangers, consciously or unconsciously aims at their abolition. . . . [He] sees his own country as being so weak that it is constantly about to fall victim to subversion; and yet he feels that it is so all-powerful that any failure it may experience in getting its way in the world . . . cannot possibly be due to its limitations but must be attributed to its having been betrayed."

Richard Hofstadter, The Paranoid Style in American Politics and Other Essays, 1965.
2012-07-02 10:28:26 AM  
1 votes:

Great Porn Dragon: //Have I mentioned that pretty much I always spend a goodly chunk of the year in a lovely deductible hole where I pay the full cost of medical crap despite having insurance?
///And thank goodness I have insurance through the SO; I suspect just from the asthma alone I'd be considered uninsurable pre-Obamacare
////2014 Cannot. Come. Fast. Enough


1) I am right there with you. $3000 combined for Wifey and me, not $1500 each
2) Shiatty insurance is still insurance, I guess
3) Amen. I just want to last long enough for the good stuff to kick in

/Saying a prayer for you and your SO.
2012-07-02 07:43:11 AM  
1 votes:

parkthebus: What I object to is the broad-brush stereotyping of all Republicans as evil/racist/stupid.


Maybe if Republicans stopped reinforcing the stereotype everyday, then they might not be labeled as such.
2012-07-02 03:31:14 AM  
1 votes:

Jorn the Younger: Pay more attention to what the voice of the modern Republican party is saying, and consider maybe you're not a Republican anymore.


I don't know - his "I admit I know nothing about the topic but I won't let that stop me from taking whatever position is opposite what the Libs say" routine is textbook Republican.
2012-07-02 02:10:52 AM  
1 votes:

parkthebus: Quite honestly, I don't pay that much attention to national politicians


Perhaps you should start before whining that my portrayal of national level GOP lawmakers is unfair.
2012-07-02 01:34:40 AM  
1 votes:

Keizer_Ghidorah: parkthebus: Quite honestly, I don't pay that much attention

Well, there's your problem.


Needs to be a bumper sticker.
2012-07-02 12:46:51 AM  
1 votes:
[creeps into thread to /tailhug bgddy24601 and Great Porn Dragon]

[creeps back out]
2012-07-01 10:03:57 PM  
1 votes:

parkthebus: These political threads of late are really filling my ignore list. Anyone broad-brushing all Republicans as evil/racist/stupid isn't worth listening to.


Ok, then where are the non-evil, not-racist and non-stupid Republicans? Degree of difficulty: in elected office, voting on laws and actually making a difference. You personally might be a great person but the people you're electing to office are lunatics.

If that puts me on your ignore list? I'll just have to muddle through somehow.
2012-07-01 09:07:39 PM  
1 votes:

Kevin72: My mother died of colon cancer when I was 15, so it really hurts that there exists a person so low as to wish colon cancer on anyone, let alone people who are championing the very health care that could give early detection to colon cancer.


Speaking as someone whom:

a) Has had several family members with colon cancer, one of whom died of it before I was ever born
b) Has had precancerous polyps removed (fortunately before they got to the point of frank colon cancer) thanks to discovery on a colonoscopy
c) Pretty much has explicitly told my gastroenterologist that I was very reluctant to get genetic screening for what is (very probably) Lynch syndrome until I was sure Obamacare would pass Supreme Court muster AND that the part banning insurance companies from dropping you for "pre-existing conditions" stayed intact (so I could at least keep getting the colonoscopies)...
d) Has had similar conversations with other doctors about screening for genes linked to hereditary diabetes syndromes (affecting pretty much my entire maternal side of the family and including cases of adult-onset type I--in our case, it's not on account of being fatty-boombaladdys, the adult-onset type I diabetics in the family tend to be the skinny ones) due to similar fear of losing coverage if/when my genetics rolled snake eyes
e) Having spent the last week in the farking hospital with my significant other whom was quite ill with an infection that there was a real concern could have been MRSA
f) Still has this worry in the back of my head that someday the insurance might not want to pay for $200 of asthma meds a month, even if it keeps me from paying about as much in doctor's visits and other prescriptions monthly

...let's just say this is one of the times I hope that the Wiccans are right about there being some threefold law where everything you wish to someone (positive or negative) comes back three times. :P

As for me...ironically, I found out that Obamacare has passed constitutional muster just after getting out of the gastroenterologist and upon visiting the SO in the hospital right across the walkway...I literally wept with happy because that took a very, very serious load off my mind.

/And as to y'all who think I should be bootstrappy...Show me where I can get a genetic engineering kit and/or the ability to choose my parents' genetics prior to conception, and we'll work on that bootstrappy. :D Otherwise, keep farking that chicken, because pretty much all of the medical Damocles' swords that hang over my head are the result of genetic diseases I can't really do Jack and Shiat about other than preventative screening, living as if I HAD the conditions (for the shiat that hasn't yet manifested), and paying a usurious amount a month for medications that allow me to breathe and keep me out of the emergency room.
//Have I mentioned that pretty much I always spend a goodly chunk of the year in a lovely deductible hole where I pay the full cost of medical crap despite having insurance?
///And thank goodness I have insurance through the SO; I suspect just from the asthma alone I'd be considered uninsurable pre-Obamacare
////2014 Cannot. Come. Fast. Enough
2012-07-01 07:47:18 PM  
1 votes:

parkthebus: Keizer_Ghidorah:

Maybe not all Republicans are insane, but the ones who are have the voice and power. Maybe you and your more-sane comrades should do something about them.

Therein lies the problem. Either side can trot out crazies which represent a tiny percentage of our respective political sides. The media, of course, puts this stuff out front and center and we eat it up and spit it back righteously on threads like this. I suppose it's just plain poetic that we see this constantly on Fark threads. It fits in pretty darn well with the reason why this website started in the first place.

If any of us (either side) had a lick of sense we'd knock off the sterotyping and be a lot more understanding and civil.


Here's the difference: liberals generally try to keep their crazies sat down and shut up. Conservatives vote them into positions of power and cheer for them.
2012-07-01 07:43:32 PM  
1 votes:

parkthebus: Keizer_Ghidorah:

Maybe not all Republicans are insane, but the ones who are have the voice and power. Maybe you and your more-sane comrades should do something about them.

Therein lies the problem. Either side can trot out crazies which represent a tiny percentage of our respective political sides. The media, of course, puts this stuff out front and center and we eat it up and spit it back righteously on threads like this. I suppose it's just plain poetic that we see this constantly on Fark threads. It fits in pretty darn well with the reason why this website started in the first place.

If any of us (either side) had a lick of sense we'd knock off the sterotyping and be a lot more understanding and civil.


Except your "crazies" are the primary drivers of your party. They are not just front, they are center. Voted into power by a constituency that is either as crazy as they are, or blind "straight ticket" sheep. Either one or the other. No true classic small government, fiscal conservative wants anything to do with the Republican Party anymore.
2012-07-01 04:00:35 PM  
1 votes:

KiplingKat872: Damn. I hope things go better for you soon.


Lorelle: I am so sorry to hear that. :(


Thanks. It has been a rough few years. Coma and about 15 surgeries now. I was told recently that I have now lost enough foot that reconstruction surgery is next in line, once we are sure that the infection has been fully cut out. Of course, Percocet helps :P

I have taken to calling it my Civil War Weight Loss Program. Of course I have been pumped so full of meds and antibiotics that I am now bloated to over 100 lbs heavier than I ever had been. It is tough to work out when you can't use your legs and you keep getting nauseous.

I miss scotch.
2012-07-01 03:55:46 PM  
1 votes:
That's another point too: The government protects children through laws against abuse and child labor.

The government is not perfect, the people in it are far from perfect, but I would far rather have the government we have involved then have the decriminatory, uncaring, dog eat dog world libertarians suggest.
2012-07-01 02:02:53 PM  
1 votes:

bgddy24601: As someone who has been fighting "mercer" and just lost more foot to the bone infection that won't go away I would like to tell Mike Malzone that he is free to EABOD and DIAF.


I am so sorry to hear that. :(

/not the EABOD and DIAF part, though
2012-07-01 01:43:32 PM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: KiplingKat872: Lernaeus: Mrtraveler01: Lernaeus: Look, the government is not some benevolent gathering of altruistic idealists seeking to make a better world for you and me by passing laws that are in our collective interests. That's the sales pitch, but you're buying a bill of goods.

It's also not an evil sinister entity that tries to control every aspect of our lives like the sales pitch that you're trying to sell to us as well.

Like others have said, you deal with government in your lives every day whether it's at the local, state, or federal level. So you can drop the BS, "I'm my own man, I don't depend on the government for nuthin' " narrative that the libertarians are always trying to push on us.

It's funny, but it gets old after a while debunking that all the time.

Perhaps it's not the Legion of Doom ... But it is a breeding ground for thousands of little dictators that *do* collectively control every aspect of one's life. We all live under layers of laws at multiple jurisdictions, any one of which we can break without even knowing we did it (remember, ignorance of a million volumes of vaguely-worded law only an attorney you can't afford can understand is no excuse!), and the maximum penalties harsh enough to ruin one's life.

Add to that corrupt, militia-trained cops that act with complete impunity and I-don't-like-your-hippie-face judges and you've got real cause to be concerned at the massive power the state has.

And all the "little dictators" you are so scared of in a government bueraucracy? Try living in a place with an ineffectual government with warlords controlling the countryside.

No, thanks.

How about living in a place where criminals are kept at bay, but the state leaves people alone to live and trade with each other in peace?


Now I know you are probably typing furiously to your facebook pals about us socialist libtards over here on Fark that love big government, but let me disabuse you of some notions you have.

You are correct that there are some corrupt, villainous scum inhabiting our government. We get that. Most of us call them Republicans.

Liberals (at least the ones I know) do not love "big" government. But we also do not have a raging hardon for "small" government either. We would like effective government. The size is not relevant. "Small" government gave us things like slavery, segregation, the great depression, and the almost second great depression. Bigger government gave us things like social security, medicare, clean food and water and air, electricity, the internet, civil rights laws, an interstate highway system, a space program, etc. Prohibition of both alcohol and drugs are two examples where bigger government has overreached, but I'd say in general the balance sheet overwhelmingly favors more regulation (bigger govt) over less (smaller govt).

I hope this helps you understand reality a little bit better.
2012-07-01 01:13:20 PM  
1 votes:

Lorelle: born_yesterday: From what I understand, he's fairly certain God told him to do it. You know, because he's so righteous.

Oh, of course.

This puzzled me for a moment...

I hope the ( 5 supreme s) get colon cancer,and then get mercer after their treatment .

...until I read the comments. Apparently he meant MRSA.

/won't be surprised to see that on Teabagger protest signs in the future


As someone who has been fighting "mercer" and just lost more foot to the bone infection that won't go away I would like to tell Mike Malzone that he is free to EABOD and DIAF.

Seriously, fark him in his stupid ass face. Fark him hard and go in dry.
2012-07-01 12:48:12 PM  
1 votes:

hinten: KiplingKat872: hinten: What I find interesting is that this has been going on since 9/11. No, really. All the xenophobic, racist, pseudo-patriotic, marginalizing of otherness was right there.
All you Farkers now claiming to be superior to these mouth breathers were nowhere to be found back then.
Where were you when the majority of Americans voted for Bush? Twice?
Where were you when any voice expressing doubt about the general wisdom of the day was slapped down was called out?
Now, that the tide seems to be turning and the crazies are being marginalized and you are in the majority, you're suddenly tough enough and stand up to what has been going on for years. My, how tough we are.

I marched in two of the protests against the the invasion of Iraq, had a political blog, albeit one that did not get much attention, speaking out against the Bush administration, and apologized to people in other countries when we could not defeat the massive derpitude running rampant in this country in 2004.

So even by your self-righteous standards, which seem to bypass that whole "free speech" thing, I have earned the right to speak in favor of this ruling.

Just because you sat on your arse for eight years, that doesn't mean we all did.

You did more than I did. With actions. Good for you, sincerely.


Pax. :)
2012-07-01 12:39:07 PM  
1 votes:

DarwiOdrade: Lernaeus: How about living in a place where criminals are kept at bay, but the state leaves people alone to live and trade with each other in peace?

Again, I'm sure you have a long list of examples of such places you can share with us so we can all learn by their examples. Please post it.


He won't.

Because only naive people think a world like that can exist. In reality, we realize that there are assholes in the world. And unless those assholes are kept in check, they will just take advantage of people and the people being taken advantage can do nothing about it since they've got very little to protect them.

People need to realize that we live in a SOCIETY and that we're all in this together. Unless you live in a shack in the Colorado mountains.

Actually, with the wildfires going on there, people are depending on (you guessed it), the government to put out those fires for them.
2012-07-01 12:35:06 PM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: How about living in a place where criminals are kept at bay, but the state leaves people alone to live and trade with each other in peace?


You mean fantasy?
2012-07-01 12:34:47 PM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: KiplingKat872: Lernaeus: Fluorescent Testicle: Lernaeus: Also, living my own f*cking life on my own f*cking terms is something I enjoy. At least, to the extent that I'm allowed by a paternalist state run by useless, skill-less people who have nothing to contribute outside of their worthless opinions on how other people should behave.

If you want to live in a libertarian paradise, I'd be happy to donate a one-way ticket to Somalia.

I'm not an anarchist.

I simply believe that the institution We the People entrust with a monopoly on military and police force should be confined to military and police activities, and not use that power to compell people to live according to the rules of pull-peddlers who either can't thrive on their own productive merits, or who can't mind their own goddamned business.

I don't understand how anyone can trust an institution whose ultimate argument is not reason, bu instead "we've got the guns and prisons; do as we say ... or else."

Because, in the end, anyone who refuses to participate in the PPACA and pay the tax penalties for that refusal is subject to the same fascist thug tactics the IRS uses to deal with other tax evaders: fines, forfeiture of personal assets, and/or imprisonment.

Your great political victory has been won at gunpoint.

Perhaps it's you who'd enjoy Somalia; there, you can get your way without the tedium of legislative process.

That last part just made no sense.

Our political victory has been won by the proper legislative process.

Did you never see the "I'm Just a Bill" School House Rock?

Those taxes you decry allow you to be online right now whining about taxes. If you want to live in a developed, first world nation and enjoy it's perks, like public education, safe streets, disease not running rampant through the populace, etc. you pay your dues.

Yes, I know how a bill becomes law. I also know that it's a bad idea to:

(A) Lie about the bill's contents;
(B) Defend it on grounds that aren't Constitutional, and in spite of a clearly spelled-out explanation of the cited clause by its author(s);
(C) Force the bill through legislation despite massive opposition;
(D) Call it a "budget" bill, when it's clearly not one;
(E) Make privileged people exempt from it; and
(F) Encourage it's signing by politicians who don't read it.

As for those "perks" of "developed, first world nation(s)", they can exist and be beneficial aspects of modern civilization without the state controlling them. And the "dues" one pays for them should be voluntarily purchased in an open marketplace full of multiple options.


And stop whining about "lied about it's contents," A. The GOP pulls that shiat all the times, including the "Death Panels!" campaign against this bill. B. The bill was avaible for everyone to read, and something this high profile, you can bet they read it.

As for "forcing it through," they got the votes. Boo farking hoo. That's the way it works.

And what "privilaged people" are exempt?
2012-07-01 12:32:19 PM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: Tell me, what can I expect if I (A) don't buy the state-mandated insurance plan, or any other one, and (B) refuse to pay the tax for not doing so, or (C) lie to the IRS about having insurance?


You get arrested.

But to say those are fascist thug tactics is an incredibly stupid thing to say even by libertarian standards.
2012-07-01 12:27:44 PM  
1 votes:

Supes: Bill Murray said I was weird: And republicans cheered.

My father had colon cancer, so this asshole can go fark himself with a broken bottle.

/He beat it too.

My dad is starting chemo for colon cancer on Tuesday. God willing he'll have the same good fortune yours did...


Best of luck to your dad. My mom beat colon cancer and I took care of her during chemo. A few words of advice. If he gets diarrhea from the chemo (I'm not sure everybody does) have him drink some Kefir everyday. That stuff was a life saver. It's great for replacing gut flora after the chemo kills it. Also, the chemo gave my mom arthritis (she never had it before) and a shot of apple cider vinegar in hot water everyday cleared it up. Again, best of luck.
2012-07-01 12:21:07 PM  
1 votes:

KiplingKat872: Those taxes you decry allow you to be online right now whining about taxes. If you want to live in a developed, first world nation and enjoy it's perks, like public education, safe streets, disease not running rampant through the populace, etc. you pay your dues.


I have to laugh whenever I see these "rugged individualist" types complaining about the government over the internet that was developed at the taxpayer-funded Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, using electricity from the grid that was subsidized in-part by taxes.
2012-07-01 12:14:29 PM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: Fluorescent Testicle: Lernaeus: Also, living my own f*cking life on my own f*cking terms is something I enjoy. At least, to the extent that I'm allowed by a paternalist state run by useless, skill-less people who have nothing to contribute outside of their worthless opinions on how other people should behave.

If you want to live in a libertarian paradise, I'd be happy to donate a one-way ticket to Somalia.

I'm not an anarchist.

I simply believe that the institution We the People entrust with a monopoly on military and police force should be confined to military and police activities, and not use that power to compell people to live according to the rules of pull-peddlers who either can't thrive on their own productive merits, or who can't mind their own goddamned business.

I don't understand how anyone can trust an institution whose ultimate argument is not reason, bu instead "we've got the guns and prisons; do as we say ... or else."

Because, in the end, anyone who refuses to participate in the PPACA and pay the tax penalties for that refusal is subject to the same fascist thug tactics the IRS uses to deal with other tax evaders: fines, forfeiture of personal assets, and/or imprisonment.

Your great political victory has been won at gunpoint.

Perhaps it's you who'd enjoy Somalia; there, you can get your way without the tedium of legislative process.


That last part just made no sense.

Our political victory has been won by the proper legislative process.

Did you never see the "I'm Just a Bill" School House Rock?

Those taxes you decry allow you to be online right now whining about taxes. If you want to live in a developed, first world nation and enjoy it's perks, like public education, safe streets, disease not running rampant through the populace, etc. you pay your dues.
2012-07-01 12:01:56 PM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: Look, the government is not some benevolent gathering of altruistic idealists seeking to make a better world for you and me by passing laws that are in our collective interests. That's the sales pitch, but you're buying a bill of goods.


It's also not an evil sinister entity that tries to control every aspect of our lives like the sales pitch that you're trying to sell to us as well.

Like others have said, you deal with government in your lives every day whether it's at the local, state, or federal level. So you can drop the BS, "I'm my own man, I don't depend on the government for nuthin' " narrative that the libertarians are always trying to push on us.

It's funny, but it gets old after a while debunking that all the time.
2012-07-01 11:01:13 AM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: Sabyen91: Lernaeus: I'm enjoying that liberals imply with the word "butthurt" that they've sponsored a legislative anal rape.

I guess in some ways, "no" does mean "yes" ...

You are dumb as a brick..

How?

Explain to me why I should be happy about getting forced to do something against my will.

Explain why I should trust the government to do this one thing right, despite the fact that everything else it does is corrupt.

Explain to me how they're totally telling the truth this time when they swear this program will remain affordable, despite the fact that every other "we swear, it'll only cost you a little!" promise made since 1913 has been broken, shredded, set on fire, and dissolved in acid.

You know who's dumb as a brick?

People that trust the government and believe what these non-entity politicians say; that's who.

Sabyen91: I am not sure how you enjoy anything

There are lots of things I enjoy. I like reading, playing in my band, making show posters, teaching music theory, building websites, watching cult movies, making pretty girls laugh, micro-brew beers, smart TV shows, designing music instruments and accessories, and so on.

Also, living my own f*cking life on my own f*cking terms is something I enjoy. At least, to the extent that I'm allowed by a paternalist state run by useless, skill-less people who have nothing to contribute outside of their worthless opinions on how other people should behave.


Trust the government to do what exactly?

This is not government run healthcare.
2012-07-01 11:00:40 AM  
1 votes:

KiplingKat872: hinten: What I find interesting is that this has been going on since 9/11. No, really. All the xenophobic, racist, pseudo-patriotic, marginalizing of otherness was right there.
All you Farkers now claiming to be superior to these mouth breathers were nowhere to be found back then.
Where were you when the majority of Americans voted for Bush? Twice?
Where were you when any voice expressing doubt about the general wisdom of the day was slapped down was called out?
Now, that the tide seems to be turning and the crazies are being marginalized and you are in the majority, you're suddenly tough enough and stand up to what has been going on for years. My, how tough we are.

I marched in two of the protests against the the invasion of Iraq, had a political blog, albeit one that did not get much attention, speaking out against the Bush administration, and apologized to people in other countries when we could not defeat the massive derpitude running rampant in this country in 2004.

So even by your self-righteous standards, which seem to bypass that whole "free speech" thing, I have earned the right to speak in favor of this ruling.

Just because you sat on your arse for eight years, that doesn't mean we all did.


I did the same. I was in the Peace Corps RIGHT after 9/11, realizing it was as important as everything else to let the world know that American people != American government.
2012-07-01 10:55:54 AM  
1 votes:

hinten: What I find interesting is that this has been going on since 9/11. No, really. All the xenophobic, racist, pseudo-patriotic, marginalizing of otherness was right there.
All you Farkers now claiming to be superior to these mouth breathers were nowhere to be found back then.
Where were you when the majority of Americans voted for Bush? Twice?
Where were you when any voice expressing doubt about the general wisdom of the day was slapped down was called out?
Now, that the tide seems to be turning and the crazies are being marginalized and you are in the majority, you're suddenly tough enough and stand up to what has been going on for years. My, how tough we are.


I marched in two of the protests against the the invasion of Iraq, had a political blog, albeit one that did not get much attention, speaking out against the Bush administration, and apologized to people in other countries when we could not defeat the massive derpitude running rampant in this country in 2004.

So even by your self-righteous standards, which seem to bypass that whole "free speech" thing, I have earned the right to speak in favor of this ruling.

Just because you sat on your arse for eight years, that doesn't mean we all did.
2012-07-01 10:50:45 AM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: Explain why I should trust the government to do this one thing right, despite the fact that everything else it does is corrupt.


This 'fact', and many others you posted, are lies.
2012-07-01 09:09:07 AM  
1 votes:

Sabyen91: She is really dumb. It is cool she is honest with her handle.


TheCowardlyPartisan also works. Too terrified to ever call the tea party or GOP out and immediately runs under the 'Both sides are bad' cover.
2012-07-01 07:36:26 AM  
1 votes:

o5iiawah: Lionel Mandrake: It's truly incredible how much people who seemed just fine with Citizens United are freaking out. Poor people getting healthcare will destroy America, but unlimited money from anonymous sources is fine.

Fkn backward-ass retards.

Nobody "gets" healthcare as government owns no resources on its own. In order to provide healthcare to someone, government has to take it away from someone else. It only works if you raise the prices on the young and healthy to cover the already sick.


Medical treatment is a finite resource?

Is that really the argument we're going with now?
2012-07-01 07:05:42 AM  
1 votes:
I can promise you this nutjob is a Howie Carr listener (680 Boston). Carr could have written that screed. Off the chart hate speech.

I love the "code" they speak too. "WE'RE GONNA HAFTA WAIT 4 MONTHS TO SEE A DOCTOR NOW!" Oh, and why is that? Oh yea, because people who are now suffering & dying at home will be able to go to the doctor now.

But rush & howie and their ilk are always touting how good the health care system is, and that NOBODY is refused medical care in this country. If that were true, why are the doctor's offices going to be suddenly filled to the brim?

They scream about how now we are going to have "rationed" care.

NEWSFLASH!!! We have rationed care now. If you have insurance, you get care. If you don't, you can just stay home and die.

/funny how they aren't concerned with the trillion+ dollars we've wasted in the middle east, or the thousands of lives lost.
2012-07-01 05:05:33 AM  
1 votes:
I remember when Republicans were people who wanted the same things as anyone else* - peace, prosperity, freedom, happiness - they just disagreed about the best way to achieve those goals. You could have a rational discussion with a Republican, and even if you disagreed you didn't feel the need to wash your hands (or check your wallet) when you were done.

Those days are gone. Republicans are lunatics, and the exceptions are few and far between enough to ignore.

* I also remember Michael Jackson's original nose

P.S. I have to admit his apology is far more gracious and sincere than I expected.
2012-07-01 01:49:02 AM  
1 votes:
Thank god we have people like this to remind us how classless the president is.
2012-07-01 12:51:02 AM  
1 votes:

Lernaeus: I'm enjoying that liberals imply with the word "butthurt" that they've sponsored a legislative anal rape.

I guess in some ways, "no" does mean "yes" ...


Jeez...everything always comes down to anal rape for you guys, doesn't it?
2012-07-01 12:41:13 AM  
1 votes:
images.betterworldbooks.com

Mercer?
2012-07-01 12:23:54 AM  
1 votes:
So "epilepsy meds" is the new "booze?"

I'm just trying to keep up.
2012-07-01 12:13:55 AM  
1 votes:

Guntram Shatterhand: He probably got a call from the Party, telling him to shut the fark up because he'll lose his cherry job.


I'm almost willing to bet that the New Hampshire Tea Party Chairman job is a volunteer position. But I could be wrong.
2012-07-01 12:05:47 AM  
1 votes:
I do not get these people, these tea baggers. The have to be certifiably insane to say such things.
2012-07-01 12:04:21 AM  
1 votes:

Hobodeluxe: Relatively Obscure: Well, it's not the worst political apology I've read, anyway.

I'm guessing his lawyer typed that up for him ...


I was thinking that same thing - his "true feelings" were more along the lines of, "ohshiat ohshiat ohshiat, please don't arrest me and send me to Gitmo as a terrorist..."
2012-06-30 11:58:25 PM  
1 votes:

Relatively Obscure: He deleted his old post and replaced it with this:

At this time I am publicly retracting the statements I made concerning the Supreme Court in the wake of their verdict regarding health care.
I am retracting them because they do not reflect my true feelings about the Supreme Court Justices. They were made in the heat of the moment fueled by anger and frustration. I vented my anger without thinking and the result were hurtful remarks which I didn't believe then and don't believe now. I do not wish anything bad on the Supreme Court Justices or anyone else and never have. I deeply regret my inability to properly convey my frustration or control my anger. My behavior was wrong and inexcusable. I take 100% responsibility for my actions and realize I am accountable for them.
I believe the Supreme Court's verdict was incorrect and will bestow excessive taxation and hardship to millions of Americans but instead of explaining why they were wrong, I through my thoughtless statements, provided fodder for those who oppose the Tea Party. My words were mine alone and in no way representative of the Tea Party. I deeply regret that my actions will be used to attack individuals who work so hard to ensure that the values of the framers of the constitution continue to be adhered to and followed. The members of the Tea Party are thoughtful caring individuals I am sorry that my thoughtless words are being used to weave everyone one together but I am sure we will persevere because the Tea Party Message is consistent with the visions of the founders of our country.
This is my final statement on the issue. You can't unring a bell and I will move forward. I am humbled and have learned a valuable lesson. In the future I will use better judgment and will continue to work hard to preserve the values and principles of our constitution.

Michael Malzone
Merrimack NH


Well, it's not the worst political apology I've read, anyway.


I'm guessing his lawyer typed that up for him. Must've gotten a little call from the secret service.
2012-06-30 11:50:34 PM  
1 votes:

randomjsa: Oh are you making fun of the Tea Party again? How did that work out for you last time? A near record breaking defeat for Democrats nation wide you say?


How completely unsurprising. A teabagger wishes cancer on people and you go out of your way to defend him lthe hero you consider him to be for doing so. You are without a doubt one of the most hateful people on this site, and probably the biggest coward to boot.
2012-06-30 11:44:18 PM  
1 votes:
Fark these people.
2012-06-30 06:27:43 PM  
1 votes:

Chevello: So, I'm still a little lost here. Isn't the main thrust of the initiative (or bill or whatever it is) to require everyone to have health insurance? I'm sure there is plenty of extra stuff in there, and from one of the other threads, I know that there are some tax things too, but the main bit is the one that I'd like to ask you Farkers more knowledgeable about this than I am.

How would the supreme court's overturning of it have denied healthcare to anyone? I mean, is there a segment of the poplulation somewhere that gets told "No" at the ER or at the doctor's office (aside from payment issues at the Dr office)

How does the supreme court's upholding of it give healthcare to the poor (disadvantaged, underemployed whatever)? I haven't seen anything that said that now every poor homeless person will be able to get free checkups twice a year.

Third, where can one find what the real practical effects of this might be? I'm frankly a little tired of the "Obama just SAVED AMERICA!!!" from the left and the opposing "Obama just DESTROYED AMERICA!!!" from the right. Those are all that my searches seem to turn up. I'm not sure that reading the actual text of the bill would do more than confuse and annoy me just as much.

\I'm not the brightest bulb in this sack of hammers.
\\thanks, smart Farkers.


Well, it doesn't get EVERYBODY, obviously: It's not single-payer. What it DOES do is make insurance cheaper, keeps insurance companies from dropping you for bullshiat reasons, gets rid of "lifetime care limits", eliminates the "pre-existing condition" bullshiat, and mandates that everyonewho can afford it buy health insurance, or face a penalty. And that's the nutshell version. The full version would be a GWOT that I honestly don't have the entirety of, and I also don't have the patience to type in what I DO have.

Hell, read this reddit post for a GREAT explanation.
2012-06-30 06:02:51 PM  
1 votes:
Look, you teatards, I tolerated your shenanigans for the most part because I found you to be the loopy brethren of some backwoods hick-family. But this is beyond low for you. You actually believe it's immoral to give someone access to affordable healthcare? Really? What the hell is wrong with you? Most of you have access to Social Security and Medicare, both of which are government programs, but when the government wants to help those that aren't you to get similar access to health, you want to deny them? What part of your bible to you not understand? The whole helping your fellow man thing? You want to believe that you're a stand-up moral do gooder of justice, then grow a farking pair and actually support better access to basic health needs, not because you benefit from them but because it's the right thing to do.

Without this law, I'd be denied coverage (most likely) outside of MA because I have an increased risk of developing MS. And you bastards want to deny me the ability to live outside of my state because of that? Don't deny me the freedom to live and actually live a life outside the state where I can actually afford to see a doctor without selling off my first-born. So riddle me this, oh great moral compasses of our time, why should you deny us the right to affordable medical care when you'd get pissy if we did the same to you? What makes you better, more deserving people? Nothing? Then fark off you hover-round freeloaders

/white, straight, Liberal-moderate republican, upper middle class
//and you lot still piss me off
2012-06-30 05:36:02 PM  
1 votes:

ThrnPhl: The stupid...it hurts.

Also, fu.

/lost brother to pancreatic cancer

/just lost mom to pancan
/if only there were some kind of stake we could tie this guy to and then start a fire under it.
/He's a WITCH!
2012-06-30 05:12:03 PM  
1 votes:
It's truly incredible how much people who seemed just fine with Citizens United are freaking out. Poor people getting healthcare will destroy America, but unlimited money from anonymous sources is fine.

Fkn backward-ass retards.
2012-06-30 05:09:51 PM  
1 votes:
I like that this is going to go green right before the server outage and all the froth the trolls can come up with will have a lot of time to be stewed on, should be some gems just ready to paste out of notepad later when everybody is good and drunk
2012-06-30 05:01:17 PM  
1 votes:

eraser8: If you ask one of these people why, exactly, they're so upset, most won't be able to articulate anything that's, well, articulate.

The rest will babble on about things that are outright false.

These people simply cannot be reasoned with -- because reason has nothing whatever to do with their views and beliefs. And, that's scary because they're recruiting other weak minded people to their line of paranoia.

We're coming to a point where nearly half the country is completely misinformed and living in a near-constant state of paranoid delusion.


The good news is that they'll have affordable care when their hearts finally protest the spikes in pressure...
2012-06-30 04:14:57 PM  
1 votes:

TheDumbBlonde: Bontesla: TheDumbBlonde: Wishing cancer and organ failure on others isn't limited to one political party.

Y'know, when the Democrats reach GOP-levels of terribleness in a comparable number of instances then you can talk about how BSAB. Until then - STFU.

Well that was civil, and poor vocabulary in one post. I'm usually the one accomplishing that. Well done.


When you suggest that the behavior of Democrats are comparable to the behavior of Republicans and use this as an example - there is no particular need for discourse. You've shown a complete disregard for the facts. You've expressed that your contributions to the conversation will be rooted in fantasy.

Perhaps if you wanted to participate in a civil, adult conversation then you should have signaled that intent by appearing reasonable.

This isn't a BSAB issue. This is a miserable human being saying something miserable because SCOTUS didn't rule their way. There is absolutely no defense to be mounted for their behavior.

Instead of letting their behavior stand alone as something to be condemned, you wanted to interject in a way that distracts from the issue at hand. I'm not required to be civil.
2012-06-30 04:12:30 PM  
1 votes:
Oh, I know what MRSA is. That would be methacillin resistant staphococcus aureus. But, I think the only excuse for "mercer" is blatant ignorance.
2012-06-30 04:10:11 PM  
1 votes:

Relatively Obscure: MorrisBird: Mercer?

I saw that too. I looked it up, and apparently it is considered another name for MRSA used by some people. Probably by people like this dude, but it was listed in a few places.


I think you're right. Apparently, it's some sort of drug resistant bacterial infection. Nice touch on his part. I thought he meant these guys and got really confused.
2012-06-30 04:08:11 PM  
1 votes:

dahmers love zombie: mer·cer·ize (mûrs-rz)
tr.v. mer·cer·ized, mer·cer·iz·ing, mer·cer·iz·es
To treat (cotton thread) with sodium hydroxide so as to shrink the fiber and increase its luster and affinity for dye.

He was saying they should be splashed with lye. I personally think that's a threat of violence, and Facebook should probably be notified. And the Secret Service.

/not intended to be a factual statement


I found this on another website:

Mercer Staph infection is also described with phrases like "Staph Superbug" and "MRSA Staph infection. All of these phrases refer to the same infection and medical condition. Mercer, or MRSA is an infection with the bacteria Staph aureus that is resistant to many antibiotics and Mercer can be a very serious or life-threatening infection.

I had never heard of "mercer" before, but apparently the term is quite common in some areas.

/ya learn something new every day
//Damn Teabaggers
2012-06-30 04:02:22 PM  
1 votes:

Lorelle: born_yesterday: From what I understand, he's fairly certain God told him to do it. You know, because he's so righteous.

Oh, of course.

This puzzled me for a moment...

I hope the ( 5 supreme s) get colon cancer,and then get mercer after their treatment .

...until I read the comments. Apparently he meant MRSA.

/won't be surprised to see that on Teabagger protest signs in the future


mer·cer·ize (mûrs-rz)
tr.v. mer·cer·ized, mer·cer·iz·ing, mer·cer·iz·es
To treat (cotton thread) with sodium hydroxide so as to shrink the fiber and increase its luster and affinity for dye.


He was saying they should be splashed with lye. I personally think that's a threat of violence, and Facebook should probably be notified. And the Secret Service.

/not intended to be a factual statement
2012-06-30 03:56:00 PM  
1 votes:
From another article:



The short answer? It's because you're a farking dumbass that pissed away his time running for city council (and lost) and decided to waste more time being the head of the Teabag organization in NH.


I run into these types all of the time. People I've known for years. Inevitably, they ask how my business is doing and if I'm suffering "because of the economy". Honestly, it's almost like they wish for others to do worse.
2012-06-30 03:49:26 PM  
1 votes:

clancifer: TheDumbBlonde: Wishing cancer and organ failure on others isn't limited to one political party.

Hey look! Both sides are bad.


But which side should I vote for?
2012-06-30 03:49:07 PM  
1 votes:
Sometimes the people who most need a mental health evaluation and a lifetime supply of Thorazine just out themselves, and it's amazing. Thankfully with the Affordable Care Act, he'll get the help he so desperately needs.
2012-06-30 03:47:51 PM  
1 votes:

Lorelle: Doctor Funkenstein: Here's teh Merrimack Teabaggers' Facebook page...

The FB post that caused all the ruckus:

Today the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Obama care ,and the American people won`t do crap about it . I`am so angry today as I bust my balls working in the heat so I can buy butts for people on the dole . Now I have to buy farking health insurance for the illegals that Obama let in the other day .I hope the ( 5 supreme s) get colon cancer,and then get mercer after their treatment . I`am fed up with farking government scum bags stealing from hard working Americans . I`m done ,I`m done working ,I`m done paying my bills . Were is our free shiat asshole ! What I don`t get any cause what ????? Pussy fat soft Americans won`t do shiat as your sodomized by your government as long you got cable alls good right . Yah go ahead censor me . One hundred senators ,435 congressmen,one president,and 9 Supreme Court Justices is 545 people farking things up for 300 million .They are directly responsible ,legally,morally and individually for the problems of this country .We don`t write the tax code ,congress does .We don`t propose a federal budget ,the president does .We do not authorize appropriations , the house does .And now you want me to pay more for the problems YOU 545 people created .To my friends at Merrimack Tea ,I apologize for my language . I have never sworn on this forum before . To those 545 people who have ruined America and our way of live ,fark you with no apology .

Wow.

/and some people wonder why I call them Damn Teabaggers
//Damn Teabaggers


This person is considering running for congress.

Republicans, really, is this what you stand for now?
2012-06-30 03:38:45 PM  
1 votes:

TheDumbBlonde: Wishing cancer and organ failure on others isn't limited to one political party.


Y'know, when the Democrats reach GOP-levels of terribleness in a comparable number of instances then you can talk about how BSAB. Until then - STFU.
2012-06-30 03:37:55 PM  
1 votes:
i.qkme.me
2012-06-30 03:36:16 PM  
1 votes:
So much for being "pro-life," asshole.

Damn Teabaggers.
2012-06-30 03:30:35 PM  
1 votes:

TheDumbBlonde: Wishing cancer and organ failure on others isn't limited to one political party.


You're right. Which Democratic leaders do this again?

Oh wait. None of them.
2012-06-30 03:27:36 PM  
1 votes:
He's a Republican official. I think we should be shocked he was thinking THAT about man ass.
2012-06-30 03:13:24 PM  
1 votes:
Why colon cancer? It that where the Tea Party thinks higher-order thinking comes from?
2012-06-30 03:12:11 PM  
1 votes:
If it was pre-existing, at least he'd be covered now.
 
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