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2012-07-05 02:42:49 PM  

randomjsa:
If you want to see sexism, be a female that disagrees with a liberal, if you want to see racism, be a minority that disagrees with a liberal, and if you want to see homophobia be a homosexual that disagrees with a liberal.


I'm gonna respond just as I did with my aunt* yesterday - I only wish you were here so I could run circles around your lawn chairhoverround whilst screaming: AHHHHH, LIBERAL LIEBERAL LIBERAL LIEBERAL OOGA BOOGA (repeat ad nauseam)

*she was mad when I mentioned I go to the john when they play god bless america after take me out to the ball game at the ballpark, thereby perverting both songs. ugh.
 
2012-07-05 02:43:32 PM  

Boudica's War Tampon: [i449.photobucket.com image 640x338]

Fark ate my pic of the tough women. Sorry.


Are you sure the one on the right didn't eat it?
 
2012-07-05 02:44:29 PM  

czei: Rush has a point. You know what the first thing women did when they got the vote? Outlawed alcohol. The woman's suffrage movement was closely tied to the prohibition movement.

Woman's Christian Temperance Union


[winningateverything.com image 567x600]


I have always wondered if that sign is intended as a threat or as a promise.
 
2012-07-05 02:45:58 PM  

skullkrusher: Zerochance: ModernPrimitive01: I was talking to one of my coworkers the other day and she said she and her husband always vote but since she doesn't follow politics she just votes however he tells her to. I replied, "that's really unfair. why does he get two votes and I only get one?" She walked away

I'm always amazed to see this kind of thinking still around. Especially when it comes from unlikely places. I briefly dated a girl I'm still good friends with who is intelligent, well educated and pretty sensible by every standard. As a matter of fact, she is currently in Romania as a Fulbright recipient. Votes straight-ticket Republican, solely because her dad wants her to.

Blew my mind.

There's a practical aspect to it. If one spouse doesn't follow politics while the other does, it makes sense for the more informed one to explain which policies of which candidate are best for their family, values, etc. The less informed spouse has an equal stake in the outcome, why should he or she not look to the other spouse for guidance. There's a fine line between telling someone how to vote and advising them on which candidate is most in tune with his or her interests but the line exists.


My ex-wife asked me how to vote for the last two elections, but I wouldn't have been comfortable with that if I didn't already know that we had a ton of shared political beliefs.
 
2012-07-05 02:46:05 PM  
Once again GOP, the brilliance of your drug addict hero who goes on underage prostitution vacations always continues to amaze us!
 
2012-07-05 02:46:09 PM  
Simple solution. Pass state laws that require women to be rape wanded before they can vote. Also, young people, minorities, and gays. Guaranteed Republican supermajority.
 
2012-07-05 02:46:13 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: What a wonderful life his current wife has made for herself. Not only did she marry a misogynistic arrogant asswipe, but she apparently actually has sex with him.


cdn.overclock.net

 
2012-07-05 02:48:20 PM  

SisterMaryElephant: randomjsa:
If you want to see sexism, be a female that disagrees with a liberal, if you want to see racism, be a minority that disagrees with a liberal, and if you want to see homophobia be a homosexual that disagrees with a liberal.

I'm gonna respond just as I did with my aunt* yesterday - I only wish you were here so I could run circles around your lawn chairhoverround whilst screaming: AHHHHH, LIBERAL LIEBERAL LIBERAL LIEBERAL OOGA BOOGA (repeat ad nauseam)

*she was mad when I mentioned I go to the john when they play god bless america after take me out to the ball game at the ballpark, thereby perverting both songs. ugh.


Didn't you get the memo?

It's now perfectly fine to be a patriot who does nothing. Just fly a flag. Support the troops with yellow ribbons. Sing the national anthem and wear t-shirts with red-white-blue Eagles on them.

You don't actually have to do anything for your country. You just have to pretend that:

a) we're the greatest country in the world.
b) you care about your down-on-luck neighbors as you sell them down the river for a tax break

I guess if the definition of a successful life is to blithely go through existence unchallenged by thinking you are the greatest while doing nothing to achieve such a lauded status, we have multi-millions of successful folk thus perhaps actually earning us the simultaneous titles of "greatest country on Earth" and "most delusional country on Earth".
 
2012-07-05 02:48:55 PM  

Serious Black: skullkrusher: Zerochance: ModernPrimitive01: I was talking to one of my coworkers the other day and she said she and her husband always vote but since she doesn't follow politics she just votes however he tells her to. I replied, "that's really unfair. why does he get two votes and I only get one?" She walked away

I'm always amazed to see this kind of thinking still around. Especially when it comes from unlikely places. I briefly dated a girl I'm still good friends with who is intelligent, well educated and pretty sensible by every standard. As a matter of fact, she is currently in Romania as a Fulbright recipient. Votes straight-ticket Republican, solely because her dad wants her to.

Blew my mind.

There's a practical aspect to it. If one spouse doesn't follow politics while the other does, it makes sense for the more informed one to explain which policies of which candidate are best for their family, values, etc. The less informed spouse has an equal stake in the outcome, why should he or she not look to the other spouse for guidance. There's a fine line between telling someone how to vote and advising them on which candidate is most in tune with his or her interests but the line exists.

My ex-wife asked me how to vote for the last two elections, but I wouldn't have been comfortable with that if I didn't already know that we had a ton of shared political beliefs.


my wife is a registered Republican though she doesn't follow politics too closely (which probably explains her continued registration in addition to her preference to vote in primaries). I have explained to her the deal this election. She is not voting for Romney. Not because I "told" her not to but because she agrees that he does not represent what is in the best interest of our family or our values as a result of our talks.
 
2012-07-05 02:49:34 PM  

Arkanaut: randomjsa: Alternately 'all old white Christian men'? Really subby? Tell me what it's like to be a bigot...

I'm glad you're standing up for all the old white Christian men who advocate for equal rights for women and for easy access to contraception and abortion. Men like David Souter, who have done so much to advance rights for women in this country. Thank you speaking up for heroes like him.


Yes, thank you. Women ned to learn their place.

Link
 
2012-07-05 02:49:37 PM  

FTFA:

"Ehhh, I can do one better than that. When WOMEN got the right to vote is when it all went downhill. Because that's when votes started being cast with emotion and uh, maternal instincts that government ought to reflect ......."


Limbaugh is right in that women on average can be more concerned with certain issues than men. In particular they are more empathetic in protecting the "innocent" or "defenseless".

For example, one ill-advised law was Prohibition which was largely advocated for by women because poor working men who has shiatty dangerous jobs would often get drunk and take out their frustration with a good beating on their innocent wives, children, and pets. At the time is was ok to regard women as the victims here but not their husbands so the only solution was to ban alcohol rather than to concentrate on making the husbands' jobs less awful.

Another bit of bad progressive women's legislation was the White Slave Act which was mainly the result of female hysteria fueled by reading lurid dime novels.

So Rush is right that women have caused some bad laws. But before he ejects women from politics he should realize that they are often the main support on the right for many of the "family value" issues where innocent blastocytes, children, girls, and old people need to be protected from abortionists, homosexuals, pornographers, drug dealers, and death panels.
 
2012-07-05 02:49:49 PM  

Karac: AdolfOliverPanties: What a wonderful life his current wife has made for herself. Not only did she marry a misogynistic arrogant asswipe, but she apparently actually has sex with him.

I'm sure the former Mrs. Limbaughs took her aside one afternoon before the wedding and gave her some good advice.

"Lie backTurn over and think of alimony"


FTFY
 
2012-07-05 02:49:50 PM  

regindyn: What was Zakaria's premise? I've heard rumblings about eliminating direct election, but I've never heard a reason behind it.


He didn't specifically advocate it, at least in the book, but brought it up about the marketization of politics, how every issue is put before the public and then our representatives blow in those winds.

He also in the same section talks of how politics and primaries used to be advanced in backroom deals where politicians and party bosses would make choices, but now, again it is the public 'in' on everything.

It's an interesting read.. I got through about 90% of it. I don't know if he ever came to any real conclusions about the US system, but the main premise of the book is you need to have institutions that respect rights and property in place long before you just let people vote... see Egypt.
 
2012-07-05 02:49:51 PM  

sweetmelissa31: AdolfOliverPanties: What a wonderful life his current wife has made for herself. Not only did she marry a misogynistic arrogant asswipe, but she apparently actually has sex with him.

I don't know.. she can barely hold back a vomit when he's just kissing her.

[www.morethings.com image 347x420]



He's a billionaire. To a certain type of woman he's pretty hot.

Whores come in all price ranges.
 
2012-07-05 02:49:54 PM  

skullkrusher: Zerochance: ModernPrimitive01: I was talking to one of my coworkers the other day and she said she and her husband always vote but since she doesn't follow politics she just votes however he tells her to. I replied, "that's really unfair. why does he get two votes and I only get one?" She walked away

I'm always amazed to see this kind of thinking still around. Especially when it comes from unlikely places. I briefly dated a girl I'm still good friends with who is intelligent, well educated and pretty sensible by every standard. As a matter of fact, she is currently in Romania as a Fulbright recipient. Votes straight-ticket Republican, solely because her dad wants her to.

Blew my mind.

There's a practical aspect to it. If one spouse doesn't follow politics while the other does, it makes sense for the more informed one to explain which policies of which candidate are best for their family, values, etc. The less informed spouse has an equal stake in the outcome, why should he or she not look to the other spouse for guidance. There's a fine line between telling someone how to vote and advising them on which candidate is most in tune with his or her interests but the line exists.


I hope you listen to your wife carefully when she explains it to you.
 
2012-07-05 02:50:01 PM  

Serious Black: skullkrusher: Zerochance: ModernPrimitive01: I was talking to one of my coworkers the other day and she said she and her husband always vote but since she doesn't follow politics she just votes however he tells her to. I replied, "that's really unfair. why does he get two votes and I only get one?" She walked away

I'm always amazed to see this kind of thinking still around. Especially when it comes from unlikely places. I briefly dated a girl I'm still good friends with who is intelligent, well educated and pretty sensible by every standard. As a matter of fact, she is currently in Romania as a Fulbright recipient. Votes straight-ticket Republican, solely because her dad wants her to.

Blew my mind.

There's a practical aspect to it. If one spouse doesn't follow politics while the other does, it makes sense for the more informed one to explain which policies of which candidate are best for their family, values, etc. The less informed spouse has an equal stake in the outcome, why should he or she not look to the other spouse for guidance. There's a fine line between telling someone how to vote and advising them on which candidate is most in tune with his or her interests but the line exists.

My ex-wife asked me how to vote for the last two elections, but I wouldn't have been comfortable with that if I didn't already know that we had a ton of shared political beliefs.


I guess some people must get married to people they don't trust or think are idiots.

My wife knows what my political views are, she knows I am well informed on them. If they are issues she thinks we are similar on she uses how I vote as a guide. If it's something she thinks she has differences than me she looks into and votes appropriately.
 
2012-07-05 02:52:28 PM  

skullkrusher: NateGrey: randomjsa: derp

You posted the exact post in Fluke threads.

Get new material please, the elections are coming up and your trolling will be needed.

/vote Republican

you left out that bleeding edge material.


boourns.cjb.net

lol, how was that tax argument working out in the other thread?
 
2012-07-05 02:53:30 PM  
If you listen to and agree with Rush you are not part of the problem, you ARE the problem...
 
2012-07-05 02:53:45 PM  

Magorn: freep-diving


Classic
 
2012-07-05 02:54:51 PM  

HairBolus: FTFA: "Ehhh, I can do one better than that. When WOMEN got the right to vote is when it all went downhill. Because that's when votes started being cast with emotion and uh, maternal instincts that government ought to reflect ......."

Limbaugh is right in that women on average can be more concerned with certain issues than men. In particular they are more empathetic in protecting the "innocent" or "defenseless".

For example, one ill-advised law was Prohibition which was largely advocated for by women because poor working men who has shiatty dangerous jobs would often get drunk and take out their frustration with a good beating on their innocent wives, children, and pets. At the time is was ok to regard women as the victims here but not their husbands so the only solution was to ban alcohol rather than to concentrate on making the husbands' jobs less awful.

Another bit of bad progressive women's legislation was the White Slave Act which was mainly the result of female hysteria fueled by reading lurid dime novels.

So Rush is right that women have caused some bad laws. But before he ejects women from politics he should realize that they are often the main support on the right for many of the "family value" issues where innocent blastocytes, children, girls, and old people need to be protected from abortionists, homosexuals, pornographers, drug dealers, and death panels.


The motivations behind Prohibition are more complex then that. There was also a spark of anti-German racism due to WW1, and the KKK pushed for it so blacks couldn't drink anymore.

/Ken Burns' Prohibition documentary was fascinating.
 
2012-07-05 02:55:52 PM  
In oxycontin veritas.
 
2012-07-05 02:56:47 PM  
the way i see it, women are good for just two things... well, three if they take it up the butt.
 
2012-07-05 02:56:52 PM  

NateGrey: Noam Chimpsky: I've been saying this for years. Women are dependent by nature and this country was founded on independence, so it's absolute insanity to let them vote. Exceptions to the rule are meaningless in a democracy.

Why troll to the extreme? You are better being subtle.

Try again please.


I'll double down. Automobiles, airplanes and electricity would have never been allowed if women had the right to vote at the time those things started. Them things are dangerous and there would have been politicians who saw the road to power by playing to those fears.
 
2012-07-05 02:57:35 PM  

EnviroDude: It wasn't the woman's vote that killed the country. It was the election of US Senators (as opposed to them being appointed by the state governments) and the implementation of the US Federal reserve.

/white, male, Christian, old fart


Jesus couldn't possible like it when you say something utterly idiotic and then claim to stand with him.
 
2012-07-05 02:58:19 PM  
Rush is Wright! Jeremiah, that is.
 
2012-07-05 02:58:52 PM  

colon_pow: the way i see it, women are good for just two things... well, three if they take it up the butt.


Your mother should be so proud of you, being a Republican and having that kind of thinking.

My condolences to her.

Noam Chimpsky: NateGrey: Noam Chimpsky: I've been saying this for years. Women are dependent by nature and this country was founded on independence, so it's absolute insanity to let them vote. Exceptions to the rule are meaningless in a democracy.

Why troll to the extreme? You are better being subtle.

Try again please.

I'll double down. Automobiles, airplanes and electricity would have never been allowed if women had the right to vote at the time those things started. Them things are dangerous and there would have been politicians who saw the road to power by playing to those fears.


wat
 
2012-07-05 02:59:08 PM  

NateGrey: skullkrusher: NateGrey: randomjsa: derp

You posted the exact post in Fluke threads.

Get new material please, the elections are coming up and your trolling will be needed.

/vote Republican

you left out that bleeding edge material.

[boourns.cjb.net image 269x200]

lol, how was that tax argument working out in the other thread?


He loves to White Knight for Rush. -- Oh sorry, coincidentally attacking those attacking Rush.

Because you know most people hop into threads of people they don't care about to attack those saying bad things about said person.
 
2012-07-05 02:59:08 PM  
I see Fark's resident post-and-run hatemonger, randomjsa, has gone out of his way yet again to proclaim the hatred republicans possess for everyone who disagrees with them as justified. Its a sad state for a person when they let hatred control their life like he does each and every day.
 
2012-07-05 02:59:27 PM  
well to be fair, the first thing women did when they could vote was ban alchohol
 
2012-07-05 02:59:42 PM  

NateGrey: skullkrusher: NateGrey: randomjsa: derp

You posted the exact post in Fluke threads.

Get new material please, the elections are coming up and your trolling will be needed.

/vote Republican

you left out that bleeding edge material.

[boourns.cjb.net image 269x200]

lol, how was that tax argument working out in the other thread?


no one is mad. You're not funny though. Does that make you mad? I mean, you clearly are desperate to be the ha-ha guy. It's just not working out for ya.

/vote Republican
 
2012-07-05 03:00:57 PM  

Bill Murray said I was weird: I see Fark's resident post-and-run hatemonger, randomjsa, has gone out of his way yet again to proclaim the hatred republicans possess for everyone who disagrees with them as justified. Its a sad state for a person when they let hatred control their life like he does each and every day.


That's what much of the GOP is about. People who fear change in their lives and turning that into hate to groups that they feel are causing those changes like immigrants, gays and women.
 
2012-07-05 03:01:04 PM  

Bill Murray said I was weird: I see Fark's resident post-and-run hatemonger, randomjsa, has gone out of his way yet again to proclaim the hatred republicans possess for everyone who disagrees with them as justified. Its a sad state for a person when they let hatred control their life like he does each and every day.


But...but...libs do it too!

/and that makes it justified somehow...
 
2012-07-05 03:01:14 PM  

Corvus: NateGrey: skullkrusher: NateGrey: randomjsa: derp

You posted the exact post in Fluke threads.

Get new material please, the elections are coming up and your trolling will be needed.

/vote Republican

you left out that bleeding edge material.

[boourns.cjb.net image 269x200]

lol, how was that tax argument working out in the other thread?

He loves to White Knight for Rush. -- Oh sorry, coincidentally attacking those attacking Rush.

Because you know most people hop into threads of people they don't care about to attack those saying bad things about said person.


Rush Limbaugh is a douchebag. He said what he meant here. Incidentally, you and Nate Gray are also douchebags. Nate Gray is a troll. Your excuse is paint chips. Rush's douchebaggery does not impact yours nor yours, his.
 
2012-07-05 03:02:47 PM  

Noam Chimpsky: NateGrey: Noam Chimpsky: I've been saying this for years. Women are dependent by nature and this country was founded on independence, so it's absolute insanity to let them vote. Exceptions to the rule are meaningless in a democracy.

Why troll to the extreme? You are better being subtle.

Try again please.

I'll double down. Automobiles, airplanes and electricity would have never been allowed if women had the right to vote at the time those things started. Them things are dangerous and there would have been politicians who saw the road to power by playing to those fears.


I think you just.... downed. Like this guy:

zimmermanbrad.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-07-05 03:04:19 PM  

lazyguineapig33: well to be fair, the first thing women did when they could vote was ban alchohol


Actually no.

Prohibition was instituted with ratification of the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution on January 16, 1919, which prohibited the "...manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States..."

The Nineteenth Amendment (Amendment XIX) to the United States Constitution prohibits any United States citizen to be denied the right to vote based on sex. It was ratified on August 18, 1920.


Prohibition was passed before women voted.
 
2012-07-05 03:04:29 PM  

Death Eats a Cracker: I'm surprised we aren't seeing more attempts from the Right to raise the voting age.


That is essentially what they are trying to do with local voting restrictions that require you to have lived at your residential address for a certain amount of time prior to election day in order to be eligible to cast a ballot; it has the effect of preventing students from voting either where they go to school (they aren't "residents") or in their hometown (they've been living somewhere else). It doesn't affect all young people, only the ones going to college, but that's the group the GOP would most like to see disenfranchised.
 
2012-07-05 03:04:37 PM  

skullkrusher: no one is mad. You're not funny though. Does that make you mad? I mean, you clearly are desperate to be the ha-ha guy. It's just not working out for ya.

/vote Republican

skullkrusher: Rush Limbaugh is a douchebag. He said what he meant here. Incidentally, you and Nate Gray are also douchebags. Nate Gray is a troll.


lol yeah you are not mad at all!

Can you try to be a little more civilized? You have been name calling since 9 AM this morning. You dont want to get a heart attack and have a 0bamacare death panel put you to sleep now do you?

You should really learn how to use the ignore feature. It also hides replies.
 
2012-07-05 03:04:48 PM  

skullkrusher: Corvus: NateGrey: skullkrusher: NateGrey: randomjsa: derp

You posted the exact post in Fluke threads.

Get new material please, the elections are coming up and your trolling will be needed.

/vote Republican

you left out that bleeding edge material.

[boourns.cjb.net image 269x200]

lol, how was that tax argument working out in the other thread?

He loves to White Knight for Rush. -- Oh sorry, coincidentally attacking those attacking Rush.

Because you know most people hop into threads of people they don't care about to attack those saying bad things about said person.

Rush Limbaugh is a douchebag. He said what he meant here. Incidentally, you and Nate Gray are also douchebags. Nate Gray is a troll. Your excuse is paint chips. Rush's douchebaggery does not impact yours nor yours, his.


I am glad this thread has degenerated into name calling and opinions masquerading as fact.

//on both sides, bro, both sides
///this however does not negate the simple truth that is now timeless -vote Republican
 
2012-07-05 03:05:30 PM  

Corvus: Bill Murray said I was weird: I see Fark's resident post-and-run hatemonger, randomjsa, has gone out of his way yet again to proclaim the hatred republicans possess for everyone who disagrees with them as justified. Its a sad state for a person when they let hatred control their life like he does each and every day.

That's what much of the GOP is about. People who fear change in their lives and turning that into hate to groups that they feel are causing those changes like immigrants, gays and women.


Just gonna ignore the huge blatant generalization that is in the headline, huh?

Old white christian men are gonna getcha! BOO!
 
2012-07-05 03:05:36 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: Boudica's War Tampon: [i449.photobucket.com image 640x338]

Fark ate my pic of the tough women. Sorry.

Are you sure the one on the right didn't eat it?


If she did, it was just a tender morsel.
 
2012-07-05 03:06:02 PM  
Let's make this as simple as we can. Each person will get one vote for each million dollars of his net worth. And by person, I mean white male.
 
2012-07-05 03:06:46 PM  

coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: NateGrey: Noam Chimpsky: I've been saying this for years. Women are dependent by nature and this country was founded on independence, so it's absolute insanity to let them vote. Exceptions to the rule are meaningless in a democracy.

Why troll to the extreme? You are better being subtle.

Try again please.

I'll double down. Automobiles, airplanes and electricity would have never been allowed if women had the right to vote at the time those things started. Them things are dangerous and there would have been politicians who saw the road to power by playing to those fears.

I think you just.... downed. Like this guy:

[zimmermanbrad.files.wordpress.com image 499x376]


So your only possible response to his argument is to not try any rebuttal but just call him a retard. Standard Liberal Procedure.
 
2012-07-05 03:06:57 PM  

Corvus: lazyguineapig33: well to be fair, the first thing women did when they could vote was ban alchohol

Actually no.

Prohibition was instituted with ratification of the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution on January 16, 1919, which prohibited the "...manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States..."

The Nineteenth Amendment (Amendment XIX) to the United States Constitution prohibits any United States citizen to be denied the right to vote based on sex. It was ratified on August 18, 1920.

Prohibition was passed before many women could vote.


FTFM before some pedantic twit, starts attacking it.
 
2012-07-05 03:07:10 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: miso


what dimension do you come from where women's primary judgement of a man is not the number on his paycheck?
 
2012-07-05 03:07:40 PM  

beta_plus: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: NateGrey: Noam Chimpsky: I've been saying this for years. Women are dependent by nature and this country was founded on independence, so it's absolute insanity to let them vote. Exceptions to the rule are meaningless in a democracy.

Why troll to the extreme? You are better being subtle.

Try again please.

I'll double down. Automobiles, airplanes and electricity would have never been allowed if women had the right to vote at the time those things started. Them things are dangerous and there would have been politicians who saw the road to power by playing to those fears.

I think you just.... downed. Like this guy:

[zimmermanbrad.files.wordpress.com image 499x376]

So your only possible response to his argument is to not try any rebuttal but just call him a retard. Standard Liberal Procedure.


Do you actually think his response deserved to be treated seriously?
 
2012-07-05 03:08:32 PM  

halfof33: Corvus: Bill Murray said I was weird: I see Fark's resident post-and-run hatemonger, randomjsa, has gone out of his way yet again to proclaim the hatred republicans possess for everyone who disagrees with them as justified. Its a sad state for a person when they let hatred control their life like he does each and every day.

That's what much of the GOP is about. People who fear change in their lives and turning that into hate to groups that they feel are causing those changes like immigrants, gays and women.

Just gonna ignore the huge blatant generalization that is in the headline, huh?

Old white christian men are gonna getcha! BOO!


Ignore it as it has no bearing on the point I made, yes.
 
2012-07-05 03:08:44 PM  
Feeding the trolls doesn't make them go away. Also, writing an inflammatory article about an inflammatory radio show host responding to an inflammatory caller isn't the most useful thing in the world.
 
2012-07-05 03:08:44 PM  

lazyguineapig33: AdolfOliverPanties: miso

what dimension do you come from where women's primary judgement of a man is not the number on his paycheck?


2012
 
2012-07-05 03:08:50 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: What a wonderful life his current wife has made for herself. Not only did she marry a misogynistic arrogant asswipe, but she apparently actually has sex with him.


If he really did get it on with a Dominican boy, or has any suppressed homosexual desires whatsoever, then I would have to imagine that women are, in fact, completely useless to him.
 
2012-07-05 03:09:14 PM  

beta_plus: coeyagi: Noam Chimpsky: NateGrey: Noam Chimpsky: I've been saying this for years. Women are dependent by nature and this country was founded on independence, so it's absolute insanity to let them vote. Exceptions to the rule are meaningless in a democracy.

Why troll to the extreme? You are better being subtle.

Try again please.

I'll double down. Automobiles, airplanes and electricity would have never been allowed if women had the right to vote at the time those things started. Them things are dangerous and there would have been politicians who saw the road to power by playing to those fears.

I think you just.... downed. Like this guy:

[zimmermanbrad.files.wordpress.com image 499x376]

So your only possible response to his argument is to not try any rebuttal but just call him a retard. Standard Liberal Procedure.


Yes those stupid libs should be defending the right for Woman to vote and prove Republican talking points wrong.

Its the 1920s again...to a Republican.
 
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