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2012-07-15 03:26:03 PM  

Weaver95: DempseySR26: What was Obama doing in Pakistan for two years?

I hear the curry is to die for there.


No, Mr. Bond. The curry is to kill for.
 
2012-07-15 03:27:02 PM  

NeverDrunk23: I don't understand the ones who are MORE pissed off at the democrats than the republicans for the republicans' faults. Its like they handwave the GOP's antics with the whole 'Boy will be boys' attitude, almost excusing them while bringing down the pain on the democrats.


I think part of the problem is that for a very long time, Democrats seemed to be negotiating with themselves and ceding huge policy arguments to Republicans even before engaging with them.

Obama did this in the beginning, I suspect, because he thought Republicans would actually try to work with him to find some sort of common ground. So, his initial offer would contain a lot of what they had been claiming they wanted.

The Republicans seem to have taken this generosity and used it against the president and the Democrats. They took the Democrats first offer (which was usually heavily weighted toward Republican ideas) and proceeded to decry that offer as the liberalest liberal thing that had ever been libbed. Then, they proceeded to use that invented perspective to draw the Democrats ever further to the right.

It didn't have to be this way. But, it's my view that Obama was naive. Over the last year or so, the president has improved a great deal...but, he started out giving away far too much. And, the result hasn't been good for the country.
 
2012-07-15 03:29:01 PM  

TV's Vinnie: Solid Muldoon: That was a great ad, FOR Mitt Romney. People don't read. They don't get subtlety. All they will get from that ad is one minute of Mitt's talking points.

Terrible, terrible ad. Somebody should get fired.

You sound.......concerned.


It's a rock-solid principle of psychology that saying negative things about somebody damages you as much as it does them in the perception of the listener. And what you have here is an ad showing Mitt's face contorted in anger and hate saying spiteful, negative things... and the rebuttal coming from faceless cards and from Newt Gingrich.

That asymmetry is what makes this ad so effective. It's not about subtlety. It's not about reading and absorbing the meaning of the words in the frontal cortex. This ad goes straight to the amygdala, and the listener's amydala is telling them "that guy is threatening and dangerous".

Whoever is designing these ads for Obama really knows how to manipulate perceptions. And I mean that as a compliment.
 
2012-07-15 03:30:20 PM  

NeverDrunk23: Waxing_Chewbacca: It's a running theme from the left that feels POTUS abdomed them. I don't get it. It's like they don't understand that the President is a centrist with a crazy ass right wing House and a filibustering derp filled senate.

To be fair, Its understandable that they would be disappointed for not having a true left or left center president. I don't understand the ones who are MORE pissed off at the democrats than the republicans for the republicans' faults. Its like they handwave the GOP's antics with the whole 'Boy will be boys' attitude, almost excusing them while bringing down the pain on the democrats. Its like yelling at the fireman for not handling a massive fire perfectly while giving a pass to the still active arsonist.


I know it is common to believe Obama is right of center but I don't think that is true. I believe he is left of center. Unfortunately, with the Republicans being absolutely out of their minds and the Dems having a bevy of Southern and Western Blue Dogs nothing truly left is going to pass. I think Obama has done what he can. If liberals want to blame somebody they should blame themselves for not getting out and voting in 2010.
 
2012-07-15 03:30:21 PM  

eraser8: NeverDrunk23: I don't understand the ones who are MORE pissed off at the democrats than the republicans for the republicans' faults. Its like they handwave the GOP's antics with the whole 'Boy will be boys' attitude, almost excusing them while bringing down the pain on the democrats.

I think part of the problem is that for a very long time, Democrats seemed to be negotiating with themselves and ceding huge policy arguments to Republicans even before engaging with them.

Obama did this in the beginning, I suspect, because he thought Republicans would actually try to work with him to find some sort of common ground. So, his initial offer would contain a lot of what they had been claiming they wanted.

The Republicans seem to have taken this generosity and used it against the president and the Democrats. They took the Democrats first offer (which was usually heavily weighted toward Republican ideas) and proceeded to decry that offer as the liberalest liberal thing that had ever been libbed. Then, they proceeded to use that invented perspective to draw the Democrats ever further to the right.

It didn't have to be this way. But, it's my view that Obama was naive. Over the last year or so, the president has improved a great deal...but, he started out giving away far too much. And, the result hasn't been good for the country.


I don't know about naive. No one could have known the Rs were going to set about destroying the country in the hopes of regaining the white house. The obstructionism has been unprecedented.
 
2012-07-15 03:30:50 PM  
People here are assuming that the average GOP voter cares if Romney is proven to be a lair, tax dodger and greedy job killer, and if he runs the country like Bain. They don't. They just want to "get back" at the mythical "liberals" that Rush and FOX are constantly telling them about, whatever that takes. It is a big and easily manipulated block.
 
2012-07-15 03:31:39 PM  

Lenny_da_Hog: dericwater: The key point is that Romney wasn't even good enough to be McCain's VP, in lieu of Sarah Palin. I mean, had McCain picked to real top-notch running mate, then I can understand if Romney only made the short list but came up short. But coming up short against Palin is... dude, you suck.

No, it means they couldn't Rastafy him by 10% and name him Poochie as they could Palin. And she had bigger tits.

The GOP didn't care about anything more than marketing with the VP slot. They were pandering to people they know to be suckers, again hedging that they could make up for alienating the low-turnout middle if they appealed to the high-turnout fringe.

They were wrong this time, thank God. It was completely irresponsible of the GOP to allow a dullard Valley girl like Sarah anywhere near the keys to real power.


True enough. They're touting Condi Rice as possible VP candidate now. Black, female, relatively pretty (except for that gaping front teeth). It's to show voters that they're not racists or anti-women. If they're really smart, they'd nominate Pam Grier.

/Too bad Tamara Dobson's dead.
 
2012-07-15 03:32:51 PM  

eraser8: I think part of the problem is that for a very long time, Democrats seemed to be negotiating with themselves and ceding huge policy arguments to Republicans even before engaging with them.


Democrats negotiate with themselves because the Blue Dogs are pretty much Republicans. They aren't a solid block and the Ben Nelsons and Max Baucus's and Mary Landrieus took it upon themselves to flex their conservative muscles.
 
2012-07-15 03:33:29 PM  

KarmicDisaster: People here are assuming that the average GOP voter cares if Romney is proven to be a lair, tax dodger and greedy job killer, and if he runs the country like Bain. They don't. They just want to "get back" at the mythical "liberals" that Rush and FOX are constantly telling them about, whatever that takes. It is a big and easily manipulated block.


It's actually not all that big. If it were, Obama would not have won 2008.
 
2012-07-15 03:33:41 PM  

Graffito: doyner: He brings a demand for an apology, you bring clips of his derp. It's the Chicago way.

It's almost Daily Show-esque.


well TDS has been on hiatus for the last couple of weeks. maybe they decided to do some campaign work for Obama on the down low?
 
2012-07-15 03:34:46 PM  
Romney doesn't care about an apology.

They only called for one because they knew what the Obama reaction would be, and Obama would continue to look crazy desperate. He is.

People don't give a shiat about this anyway. I don't count the crazy desperate left wing crazy already in Obama's pocket as people. So, keep farking that chicken.
 
2012-07-15 03:34:46 PM  

dericwater: Lenny_da_Hog: dericwater: The key point is that Romney wasn't even good enough to be McCain's VP, in lieu of Sarah Palin. I mean, had McCain picked to real top-notch running mate, then I can understand if Romney only made the short list but came up short. But coming up short against Palin is... dude, you suck.

No, it means they couldn't Rastafy him by 10% and name him Poochie as they could Palin. And she had bigger tits.

The GOP didn't care about anything more than marketing with the VP slot. They were pandering to people they know to be suckers, again hedging that they could make up for alienating the low-turnout middle if they appealed to the high-turnout fringe.

They were wrong this time, thank God. It was completely irresponsible of the GOP to allow a dullard Valley girl like Sarah anywhere near the keys to real power.

True enough. They're touting Condi Rice as possible VP candidate now. Black, female, relatively pretty (except for that gaping front teeth). It's to show voters that they're not racists or anti-women. If they're really smart, they'd nominate Pam Grier.

/Too bad Tamara Dobson's dead.


Too bad Condi Rice is a war criminal. It's also too bad that a significant portion of the American population doesn't care about war crimes. (Ones that are committed by Americans, anyway.)
 
2012-07-15 03:36:46 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: Romney doesn't care about an apology.

They only called for one because they knew what the Obama reaction would be, and Obama would continue to look crazy desperate. He is.

People don't give a shiat about this anyway. I don't count the crazy desperate left wing crazy already in Obama's pocket as people. So, keep farking that chicken.


I funny'd your comment. I don't care if it is inadvertently funny; funny is funny.
 
2012-07-15 03:37:04 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: Romney doesn't care about an apology.

They only called for one because they knew what the Obama reaction would be, and Obama would continue to look crazy desperate. He is.

People don't give a shiat about this anyway. I don't count the crazy desperate left wing crazy already in Obama's pocket as people. So, keep farking that chicken.


That is lame and half-assed, even for you. I expect better from you. RJSA and others not so much. But you, you used to try.
 
2012-07-15 03:38:06 PM  

Sabyen91: NeverDrunk23: Waxing_Chewbacca: It's a running theme from the left that feels POTUS abdomed them. I don't get it. It's like they don't understand that the President is a centrist with a crazy ass right wing House and a filibustering derp filled senate.

To be fair, Its understandable that they would be disappointed for not having a true left or left center president. I don't understand the ones who are MORE pissed off at the democrats than the republicans for the republicans' faults. Its like they handwave the GOP's antics with the whole 'Boy will be boys' attitude, almost excusing them while bringing down the pain on the democrats. Its like yelling at the fireman for not handling a massive fire perfectly while giving a pass to the still active arsonist.

I know it is common to believe Obama is right of center but I don't think that is true. I believe he is left of center. Unfortunately, with the Republicans being absolutely out of their minds and the Dems having a bevy of Southern and Western Blue Dogs nothing truly left is going to pass. I think Obama has done what he can. If liberals want to blame somebody they should blame themselves for not getting out and voting in 2010.


Agreed. 2008 was a watershed year and the libs came out in force. Then they sat on their collected asses thinking that their job is done. It's a long term commitment. 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016 through to 2020, I think, before the ship can be safely claimed as being righted (no pun intended). You can't correct 30+ years of GOP destruction with one election cycle.
 
2012-07-15 03:38:39 PM  
Rmoney is a banker. I've worked for bankers for 12 years now, and can tell you that bankers are very very stupid, short-sighted greedy dishonest animals. All of them. My bank is shipping all IT and Operations overseas. farking bastards. These motherfarkers need to be hung from the highest trees, not get nominated for President!

Anybody else out there have experience with bankers thinking they can run an IT shop?
 
2012-07-15 03:39:44 PM  

KarmicDisaster: People here are assuming that the average GOP voter cares if Romney is proven to be a lair, tax dodger and greedy job killer, and if he runs the country like Bain. They don't. They just want to "get back" at the mythical "liberals" that Rush and FOX are constantly telling them about, whatever that takes. It is a big and easily manipulated block.


THIS *1000.

Politics, in general, has become a spectator sport with public policy itself as the ball. 40% on either side of any given election is going to back their horse regardless of what the candidates say. I do think this phenomenon is more acute with the right-wing, but it is a defining characteristic of how our discourse is handled overall.

It's also the reason why we only have two political parties, and many European countries have a number of political parties that goes well into double digits. Americans are wholly incapable of nuance when it comes to thinking about something as complex as civilization itself.
 
2012-07-15 03:40:01 PM  

KarmicDisaster: People here are assuming that the average GOP voter cares if Romney is proven to be a lair, tax dodger and greedy job killer, and if he runs the country like Bain. They don't. They just want to "get back" at the mythical "liberals" that Rush and FOX are constantly telling them about, whatever that takes. It is a big and easily manipulated block.


It may not matter if the average GOP voter cares or not. If the documents are incriminating enough, some DA either in MA or Utah or elsewhere is going to legitimately indict Romney and he has to step off the campaign.
 
2012-07-15 03:40:15 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: Romney doesn't care about an apology.


He doesn't care about Americans, either.
 
2012-07-15 03:42:13 PM  
What's brilliant about "Firms" isn't so much the way it mails home the irony of Romney murdering "America the Beautiful" with his toneless, tuneless voice on the soundtrack as info flashcards remind us of all the jobs Bain Capital shipped overseas and how much money Romney's stashed in tax havens such as Bermuda and the Cayman Islands, though it is a clever, damaging juxtaposition that takes Romney's chief asset as a candidate--his halo of executive achievement--and hangs it around his neck like a choke collar. Very Rovian, that.

No, what's genius is the initial transition between President Obama striding a few steps at the White House and cutting to Mitt making with song...the contrast between Obama's vocal and physical gravitas and Mitt's goofiness is hilarious, devastating, emasculating. It's like going from The Shawshank Redemption to Jerry Lewis in The Nutty Professor when the Buddy Love spell wears off, from Sidney Poitier in In the Heat of the Night to Fred MacMurray in Son of Flubber. And the fact that this ad is approved by Obama gives it much more authority and pow than if it were just something cooked up at the editing console by some bright operatives hoping the video would go YouTube viral. It's a smackdown from the man himself, not some Democratic front group, thus sending a much stronger message.

It's clear that the Obama campaign's strategy is to hit Romney hard early, define and diminish him in the public imagination with cartoon clarity, and send him into the Republican convention with a Dan Quayle deer-in-the-headlights look that conveys the unbearable lightness of completely lost.
-James Walcott Vanity Fair
 
2012-07-15 03:42:24 PM  

Lenny_da_Hog: barneyfifesbullet: Romney doesn't care about an apology.

He doesn't care about Americans, either.


That's probably why he won't hire Americans to care for his lawns.
 
2012-07-15 03:42:45 PM  

contrapunctus: KarmicDisaster: People here are assuming that the average GOP voter cares if Romney is proven to be a lair, tax dodger and greedy job killer, and if he runs the country like Bain. They don't. They just want to "get back" at the mythical "liberals" that Rush and FOX are constantly telling them about, whatever that takes. It is a big and easily manipulated block.

THIS *1000.

Politics, in general, has become a spectator sport with public policy itself as the ball. 40% on either side of any given election is going to back their horse regardless of what the candidates say. I do think this phenomenon is more acute with the right-wing, but it is a defining characteristic of how our discourse is handled overall.

It's also the reason why we only have two political parties, and many European countries have a number of political parties that goes well into double digits. Americans are wholly incapable of nuance when it comes to thinking about something as complex as civilization itself.


It's also because most European countries use a parliamentary system, which we don't do.
 
2012-07-15 03:48:07 PM  

dericwater:

It's also because most European countries use a parliamentary system, which we don't do.


That's a very good point.

But don't tell the average American that. SHHHH!!!!!

America represents the absolute peak of perfection. IN EVERYTHING!
 
2012-07-15 03:48:39 PM  

KarmicDisaster: People here are assuming that the average GOP voter cares if Romney is proven to be a lair, tax dodger and greedy job killer, and if he runs the country like Bain. They don't. They just want to "get back" at the mythical "liberals" that Rush and FOX are constantly telling them about, whatever that takes. It is a big and easily manipulated block.


yeah but there are always a number of those on either side that no matter what will vote their own party. this battle, as always, is for the middle. it's that middle 30% that you need to win a majority of.
 
2012-07-15 03:49:32 PM  

Lipo: If someone on Romney's staff actually said that he retired from Bain retroactively, Obama's camp needs to hammer the fark out of that one on the airwaves. It's really too bad that Obama is President right now, because were he not in office like Romney, he could publicly ask the Justice Dept. to look into the Bain Capital records and see if the law had been broken (by all appearances it has, even if only technically). As it is, Obama has to keep his mouth shut to avoid the appearance of trying to game the election while in office.


Why? The Republicans wouldn't even hesitate.
 
2012-07-15 03:51:20 PM  

sparkeyjames: Lipo: If someone on Romney's staff actually said that he retired from Bain retroactively, Obama's camp needs to hammer the fark out of that one on the airwaves. It's really too bad that Obama is President right now, because were he not in office like Romney, he could publicly ask the Justice Dept. to look into the Bain Capital records and see if the law had been broken (by all appearances it has, even if only technically). As it is, Obama has to keep his mouth shut to avoid the appearance of trying to game the election while in office.

Why? The Republicans wouldn't even hesitate.


yeah they're really good at political witch hunts.
 
2012-07-15 03:51:23 PM  

sparkeyjames: Lipo: If someone on Romney's staff actually said that he retired from Bain retroactively, Obama's camp needs to hammer the fark out of that one on the airwaves. It's really too bad that Obama is President right now, because were he not in office like Romney, he could publicly ask the Justice Dept. to look into the Bain Capital records and see if the law had been broken (by all appearances it has, even if only technically). As it is, Obama has to keep his mouth shut to avoid the appearance of trying to game the election while in office.

Why? The Republicans wouldn't even hesitate.


I just heard it on Meet the Press's podcast. The advisor said it. And I agree the Republicans have stopped at nothing. Nixon even ordered a break-in of the DNC headquarters, for goodness' sake. I would LOVE to have Romney testify for the SEC the same day as a rally.
 
2012-07-15 03:56:54 PM  

eraser8: It didn't have to be this way. But, it's my view that Obama was naive. Over the last year or so, the president has improved a great deal...but, he started out giving away far too much. And, the result hasn't been good for the country.


I wouldn't say naive. I think he made the rror of assuming that the right wouldn't cut their nose to spite the face just to stick it to the libs.

Or how f*cking insane they really are.

He made the error in thinking they weren't self-destructive.
 
2012-07-15 03:57:12 PM  
You know it's bad when even the trolls are speechless.

They're going crazy waiting for Rush to tell them what to say tomorrow.
 
2012-07-15 03:58:27 PM  

gimmegimme: sparkeyjames: Lipo: If someone on Romney's staff actually said that he retired from Bain retroactively, Obama's camp needs to hammer the fark out of that one on the airwaves. It's really too bad that Obama is President right now, because were he not in office like Romney, he could publicly ask the Justice Dept. to look into the Bain Capital records and see if the law had been broken (by all appearances it has, even if only technically). As it is, Obama has to keep his mouth shut to avoid the appearance of trying to game the election while in office.

Why? The Republicans wouldn't even hesitate.

I just heard it on Meet the Press's podcast. The advisor said it. And I agree the Republicans have stopped at nothing. Nixon even ordered a break-in of the DNC headquarters, for goodness' sake. I would LOVE to have Romney testify for the SEC the same day as a rally.


He would just combine the two.
SEC investigator: "Did you lie on your SEC or your FEC filings? Pick one"
Romney: "Obama has ruined this economy. There's too many people without jobs to answer questions like this."
 
2012-07-15 03:58:57 PM  

Hobodeluxe: No, what's genius is the initial transition between President Obama striding a few steps at the White House


I noticed that, too. Three seconds of slow-motion, sunshine confidence, followed by a weasely nasal rat.

I think that's the real point of it. People don't understand issues. They understand, "I don't like him. He makes me feel icky."

/fark marketers in the ass, even when they benefit my side, btw. I'd rather not have my future decided by who has the best marketing and advertising
 
2012-07-15 04:00:29 PM  
Obama campaign:

sitefling.com


Romney campaign:

sensuouscurmudgeon.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-07-15 04:01:12 PM  

dericwater: KarmicDisaster: People here are assuming that the average GOP voter cares if Romney is proven to be a lair, tax dodger and greedy job killer, and if he runs the country like Bain. They don't. They just want to "get back" at the mythical "liberals" that Rush and FOX are constantly telling them about, whatever that takes. It is a big and easily manipulated block.

It may not matter if the average GOP voter cares or not. If the documents are incriminating enough, some DA either in MA or Utah or elsewhere is going to legitimately indict Romney and he has to step off the campaign.


While I'd love to see a DA from MA take this ahole Rmoney out for a walk either on SEC stuff or , if he's telling the truth, lying to get on the ballot in MA it won't happen. It'll be too political and hurt Warrens chances against Brown. Rmoney screwed this state by slashing local aid to balance the budget, forcing cities and towns to raise taxes to pay for the drastic cuts. FARK you mittens.
 
2012-07-15 04:02:49 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: Romney doesn't care about an apology.

They only called for one because they knew what the Obama reaction would be, and Obama would continue to look crazy desperate. He is.

People don't give a shiat about this anyway. I don't count the crazy desperate left wing crazy already in Obama's pocket as people. So, keep farking that chicken.


You have totally missed the point. The point being that Rmoney is being a complete hypocrite.
Rmoney: Wah I've been attacked, Apologize! Meanwhile Rmoney makes several non true attack comments aimed at the President.
See how that works?
 
2012-07-15 04:03:17 PM  
farm4.static.flickr.com
Romney campaign ^_____________Obama campaign ^
 
2012-07-15 04:06:13 PM  

sparkeyjames: barneyfifesbullet: Romney doesn't care about an apology.

They only called for one because they knew what the Obama reaction would be, and Obama would continue to look crazy desperate. He is.

People don't give a shiat about this anyway. I don't count the crazy desperate left wing crazy already in Obama's pocket as people. So, keep farking that chicken.

You have totally missed the point. The point being that Rmoney is being a complete hypocrite.
Rmoney: Wah I've been attacked, Apologize! Meanwhile Rmoney makes several non true attack comments aimed at the President.
See how that works?


He's not missing the point. He's a troll.
 
2012-07-15 04:06:45 PM  

Lenny_da_Hog: I noticed that, too. Three seconds of slow-motion, sunshine confidence, followed by a weasely nasal rat.


it comes down to "who do you trust?" and Mitt's career is a cavalcade of contradictions. Remember the flip flops at the RNC in 04? Just imagine the Etch a Sketches at the DNC in 12.

and now Gilliespie comes out on the Sun talk shows and claims Mitt "retired retroactively" lol. Talk about flailing. WTF is retiring retroactively? Does the magic etch a sketch have that kind of power too?
 
2012-07-15 04:10:29 PM  
Well, we know Obama is a felon, deceitfully using a forged SS number, and then trying to pass off a forged birth certificate and being a known cocaine user. Where is the media on this? Oh yeah, they're busy collecting their payoffs from the DNC......
 
2012-07-15 04:10:46 PM  

sparkeyjames: Rmoney...Rmoney...Rmoney....


Anyone else think this is getting as old as 0bama?
 
2012-07-15 04:10:58 PM  

gimmegimme: [farm4.static.flickr.com image 500x373]
Romney campaign ^_____________Obama campaign ^


Even though it's kinda douchy, the dinosaur pic makes it full of win.
 
2012-07-15 04:11:44 PM  
FW: FW: FW: FW: FW:

tony41454: Well, we know Obama is a felon, deceitfully using a forged SS number, and then trying to pass off a forged birth certificate and being a known cocaine user. Where is the media on this? Oh yeah, they're busy collecting their payoffs from the DNC......


Love,
Grandpa
 
2012-07-15 04:11:49 PM  

tony41454: Well, we know Obama is a felon, deceitfully using a forged SS number, and then trying to pass off a forged birth certificate and being a known cocaine user. Where is the media on this? Oh yeah, they're busy collecting their payoffs from the DNC......


-10/10

There's nothing left but feathers now.

/I'm just hoping that you're really not this stupid and just trolling for both of our sakes
 
2012-07-15 04:13:05 PM  

tony41454: Well, we know Obama is a felon, deceitfully using a forged SS number, and then trying to pass off a forged birth certificate and being a known cocaine user. Where is the media on this? Oh yeah, they're busy collecting their payoffs from the DNC......


huh. another account that seems to have been long dormant and now reactivated.
 
2012-07-15 04:13:57 PM  

Lenny_da_Hog: sparkeyjames: Rmoney...Rmoney...Rmoney....

Anyone else think this is getting as old as 0bama?


I want the DNC to make use of it as a "typo" I'm am ad so I'll likely keep using it myself.
 
2012-07-15 04:14:14 PM  

Weaver95: tony41454: Well, we know Obama is a felon, deceitfully using a forged SS number, and then trying to pass off a forged birth certificate and being a known cocaine user. Where is the media on this? Oh yeah, they're busy collecting their payoffs from the DNC......

huh. another account that seems to have been long dormant and now reactivated.


Oh, he hits and runs once in awhile. It is usually something disgustingly vile.
 
2012-07-15 04:14:29 PM  
How many tonyrandomnumber alts are there?
 
2012-07-15 04:15:41 PM  

Goetz: How many tonyrandomnumber alts are there?


Wait, they're the same guy?
 
2012-07-15 04:16:57 PM  

farkityfarker: Romney seems to blink a lot.


He just had that installed.
 
2012-07-15 04:17:05 PM  

Lenny_da_Hog: FW: FW: FW: FW: FW:

tony41454: Well, we know Obama is a felon, deceitfully using a forged SS number, and then trying to pass off a forged birth certificate and being a known cocaine user. Where is the media on this? Oh yeah, they're busy collecting their payoffs from the DNC......

Love,
Grandpa


Ha! That was excellent sir. Well done.
 
2012-07-15 04:18:04 PM  

Weaver95: huh. another account that seems to have been long dormant and now reactivated.


No, he usually comes in at the end of the thread spewing his stupidity, never in the middle or after it goes green. Basically, he waits until a thread ran its course so most people have left, therefore there are much fewer people to counter his crap. Guess he's just a coward.
 
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