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2012-07-19 11:20:03 AM
Prosperity gospel!
 
2012-07-19 11:20:03 AM
We get it, he's black.
 
2012-07-19 11:20:06 AM
More proof that the The Dark Knight is just an allegory for the 2008 election.
 
2012-07-19 11:21:46 AM
Against superpacs until WE get a million.
 
2012-07-19 11:21:50 AM
So the black man so full of himself he plays God on-screen, donates to the black man so full of himself he plays God to the American people. Good job libs, way to stay in touch with the American people.
 
2012-07-19 11:22:34 AM
(In my best impression)

And now I give you, Ladies and Gentlemen, the President of the United States.
 
2012-07-19 11:22:39 AM
Titty sprinkles.
 
2012-07-19 11:22:40 AM
I'll always remember him as Easy Reader from The Electric Company.
 
2012-07-19 11:23:09 AM

Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.


Give it up. Everyone is against them, and everyone will use them until they go away.
 
2012-07-19 11:23:12 AM

EvilBillGates: So the black man so full of himself he plays God on-screen, donates to the black man so full of himself he plays God to the American people. Good job libs, way to stay in touch with the American people.


He also hosts a science show where they talk about the big bang and evolution. He is obviously evil he believes in science.
 
2012-07-19 11:23:23 AM
So we're up to 197 contributors.
 
2012-07-19 11:24:22 AM
Also I thought George Burns was dead.
 
2012-07-19 11:24:27 AM

Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.


Yes, let's not take any money from SuperPAC's, lose the election, and never ever get a chance to reverse that awful decision.

BRILLANT!!!!
 
2012-07-19 11:24:46 AM

IlGreven: So we're up to 197 contributors.


What is the party line breakdown on that? I can only assume, but I'd like to be able to have some facts for troll beatdowns.
 
2012-07-19 11:25:24 AM

Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.


It would be literally illegal for Obama to try and stop this
 
2012-07-19 11:26:29 AM

Lost Thought 00: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

It would be literally illegal for Obama to try and stop this


Winter is cumming on that dude's face with this argument.
 
2012-07-19 11:26:29 AM
"Let me tell you something my friend. Hope is a dangerous thing. Hope can drive a man insane."
 
2012-07-19 11:26:52 AM
zalmanvelvel.com

you got a problem with that?
 
2012-07-19 11:27:02 AM
I totally read that in Morgan Freeman's voice.
 
2012-07-19 11:27:28 AM
I guess we all probably read the linked statement in Morgan Freeman's voice, eh?
 
2012-07-19 11:28:08 AM
Chris Nolan, Conservative Right Winger or Liberal Enabler?

TDK and TKDR: Conservative Patriot Act Citizen Spying Stop-Terrorism-by-All-Means

TDK and TKDR Actors: Giving to Liberal Causes.

And..... go!
 
2012-07-19 11:28:53 AM
O'er the land of the free
And the home of the $$$.
 
2012-07-19 11:30:13 AM

EvilBillGates: So the black man so full of himself he plays God on-screen, donates to the black man so full of himself he plays God to the American people. Good job libs, way to stay in touch with the American people.


img34.imageshack.us
 
2012-07-19 11:30:43 AM

Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.


Nope. Still for the laws to be changed. Not like right wingers like you who say they are fine but then complain like you are doing now when the other side does it. Believe it or not others are not partisan hypocrites like you.
 
2012-07-19 11:30:54 AM
gretachristina.typepad.com
 
2012-07-19 11:31:10 AM

Fart_Machine: I'll always remember him as Easy Reader from The Electric Company.


Me, too. He was Shaft for the preschool set: the coolest man we'd ever seen on TV or in movies. (Although a challenger to the title appeared in the form of Don Cornelius when I started watching Soul Train a year or two later.)
 
2012-07-19 11:32:02 AM
This is crap. I have been assured by many many right-wingers that God is Republican; fully in favor of the poor being punished, children starving and giving a free ride to the rich for no other reason than they're rich.
 
2012-07-19 11:32:18 AM

MithrandirBooga: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Yes, let's not take any money from SuperPAC's, lose the election, and never ever get a chance to reverse that awful decision.

BRILLANT!!!!


If you people you put into office got there with superpacs, why would they legislate against them? Not only are you asking them to behave hypocritically, but to do so in contradiction of there own best interests. Where are you gonna find enough people to stick by that position long enough to shift the supreme court?
 
2012-07-19 11:33:43 AM
He also has a rap sheet in Maine I believe...
 
2012-07-19 11:34:17 AM
Let the smear campaign against Freedman begin!
 
2012-07-19 11:34:26 AM
"President Obama has done a remarkable job in terrible circumstances. He has ended combat operations in Iraq, put in place sensible reforms of Wall Street, saved the auto industry and protected the healthcare of every American with a preexisting condition. He has recognized the full equality of all our brothers and sisters and placed impressive, accomplished women on the Supreme Court. In return for this he is being targeted by hundreds of millions of dollars in special-interest money. I for one am proud to lend my voice - and support - to those who defend him."

I totally read that in Morgan Freeman's voice.

/+1,000,000 Mr Freeman.
 
2012-07-19 11:35:52 AM

Corvus: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Nope. Still for the laws to be changed. Not like right wingers like you who say they are fine but then complain like you are doing now when the other side does it. Believe it or not others are not partisan hypocrites like you.


Psst, I think citizens united was retarded and am down around -9,-7 on The Political Compass.
 
2012-07-19 11:36:54 AM
upload.wikimedia.org

Who was I supposed to endorse, the lunatic warmongers?

I mean, I love everybody, but medamn, people. Get it together.
 
2012-07-19 11:37:14 AM

mab1823: I totally read that in Morgan Freeman's voice.


discgolfguru: I guess we all probably read the linked statement in Morgan Freeman's voice, eh?


Double D'oh.

/It's the risk you take trying to be first with the joke without RTFC first.
 
2012-07-19 11:37:52 AM

Ned Stark: Corvus: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Nope. Still for the laws to be changed. Not like right wingers like you who say they are fine but then complain like you are doing now when the other side does it. Believe it or not others are not partisan hypocrites like you.

Psst, I think citizens united was retarded and am down around -9,-7 on The Political Compass.


Then why this snarky comment? EVERYONE on both sides hates it since everyone has been burned by it. But you wait until the Dems use it to pipe up. Curious, dontcha think?

"No Harry, the more I think about it, it's not curious at all."
 
2012-07-19 11:38:01 AM

quatchi: "President Obama has done a remarkable job in terrible circumstances. He has ended combat operations in Iraq, put in place sensible reforms of Wall Street, saved the auto industry and protected the healthcare of every American with a preexisting condition. He has recognized the full equality of all our brothers and sisters and placed impressive, accomplished women on the Supreme Court. In return for this he is being targeted by hundreds of millions of dollars in special-interest money. I for one am proud to lend my voice - and support - to those who defend him."

I totally read that in Morgan Freeman's voice.

/+1,000,000 Mr Freeman.


I'd like to say Obama fought the good fight and the Republicans let him be...


/What God wants
//God gets
///God help us all.
 
2012-07-19 11:38:14 AM
We did a play in acting class by Paddy Chayefsky called "Gideon", and I played the part of God, in "Gideon". It was typecasting. It was method acting, so two weeks beforehand, I started to live the part offstage, y'know. I really came on God-like, there, I was really fabulous, I put on a blue suit, I took taxi cabs all over New York. I tipped big, 'cause He would have. I got into a fight with a guy, and I forgave him. It's true. Some guy hit my fender and I said unto him...I said, "Be fruitful and multiply", but not in those words.

/It helps if you read that in Woody Allen's voice.
 
2012-07-19 11:38:15 AM

imontheinternet: medamn


[somuchwin]
 
2012-07-19 11:38:40 AM
I'm reminded of my good friend Andy Dufresne back at Shawshank Prison. As I recall, he was trying to manage a word-of-mouth campaign for a local candidate wanting to improve conditions for prisoners. Unfortunately word got around to the opposing candidate, and so it was that Andy made the acquaintance of a bullqueer they called the Super-PACker.

Oh, Andy. That was the longest night of his life.

/get busy livin or get busy dyin
//thank you very kindly
 
2012-07-19 11:39:55 AM
i262.photobucket.com
 
2012-07-19 11:40:15 AM
titty sprinkles
 
2012-07-19 11:41:08 AM
I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.
 
2012-07-19 11:42:17 AM
The irony is Thor donated $1 million to Crossroads America.
 
2012-07-19 11:42:48 AM

imontheinternet: [upload.wikimedia.org image 300x233]

Who was I supposed to endorse, the lunatic warmongers?

I mean, I love everybody, but medamn, people. Get it together.


*snerk*
 
2012-07-19 11:43:05 AM
kunochan.com

What does God need with a Super PAC?
 
2012-07-19 11:43:28 AM
Now thats more like it Mr Wayne Freeman.
 
2012-07-19 11:43:29 AM
suvudu.com

Where all of this is going.
 
2012-07-19 11:44:25 AM

coeyagi: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Give it up. Everyone is against them, and everyone will use them until they go away.


So they are like Lawyers?
 
2012-07-19 11:46:00 AM

jst3p: coeyagi: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Give it up. Everyone is against them, and everyone will use them until they go away.

So they are like Lawyers?


Marty McFly: [Reading the newspaper from 2015] "Within two hours of his arrest, Martin McFly Jr. was tried, convicted and sentenced to fifteen years in the state penitentiary."? Within two hours?
Doc: The justice system works swiftly in the future now that they've abolished all lawyers."

Ugh, thank God, only 3 more years.
 
2012-07-19 11:46:36 AM

bmongar: Let the smear campaign against Freedman begin!


Obama locks up the step-granddaughter dater demographic! Obama: is he hard enough on step-incest? Coming up next on Fox News!!!!

/now watch this commercial about buying gold
 
2012-07-19 11:46:58 AM

NateGrey: Now thats more like it Mr Wayne Freeman.


And yes... it [he] does come in black. [we get it]
 
2012-07-19 11:48:05 AM

Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.


No matter how shiatty the band is, you still have to pay the cover charge to get in.
 
2012-07-19 11:50:47 AM
so... pro-obama superpacs will have something like $10 million and pro-rmoney superpacs will have something like $1 billion.

yeah, that's fair.
 
2012-07-19 11:50:49 AM

KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.


Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven
 
2012-07-19 11:50:53 AM
Thought it was going to be Lemmy.
And I don't even listen to Motorhead.
 
2012-07-19 11:51:04 AM

EvilBillGates: So the black man so full of himself he plays God on-screen, donates to the black man so full of himself he plays God to the American people. Good job libs, way to stay in touch with the American people.


Don't worry. He's old, so he'll soon be burning in Hell right alongside Andy Griffith.
 
2012-07-19 11:51:32 AM

jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven


I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.
 
2012-07-19 11:52:56 AM

sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.


He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction
 
2012-07-19 11:53:45 AM
mimg.ugo.com
 
2012-07-19 11:53:58 AM

jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction


He was ok in I Am Legend.
 
2012-07-19 11:53:59 AM

FlashHarry: so... pro-obama superpacs will have something like $10 million and pro-rmoney superpacs will have something like $1 billion.

yeah, that's fair.


If Romney loses this election, do you think Sheldon Adelson will lose his shiat. Like, promise-to-murder people lose his shiat?

A $100 million bet on less than 2-1 odds is a pretty shiatty bet.

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-07-19 11:54:22 AM

FlashHarry: so... pro-obama superpacs will have something like $10 million and pro-rmoney superpacs will have something like $1 billion.

yeah, that's fair.


Was there a Fark thread about the Supreme Court overturning the Montana campaign finance law? Because that was messed up.

"Montana's attorney general claimed that the 1912 Corrupt Practices Act should stand as proof that the court's argument had already been proven wrong over 100 years earlier, when the state's mining billionaires blatantly bought off state legislators to further their interests."
 
2012-07-19 11:54:54 AM

coeyagi: Ned Stark: Corvus: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Nope. Still for the laws to be changed. Not like right wingers like you who say they are fine but then complain like you are doing now when the other side does it. Believe it or not others are not partisan hypocrites like you.

Psst, I think citizens united was retarded and am down around -9,-7 on The Political Compass.

Then why this snarky comment? EVERYONE on both sides hates it since everyone has been burned by it. But you wait until the Dems use it to pipe up. Curious, dontcha think?

"No Harry, the more I think about it, it's not curious at all."


Well, amongst the center-worshipers and liberals of the Democratic party there are lefties fit to be peeled off. And likely to end up a greenie or pinkie after.

There's Republicans to be peeled too but you just end up with a libertarian, so it would only be half credit.
 
2012-07-19 11:56:13 AM

coeyagi: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Give it up. Everyone is against them, and everyone will use them until they go away.


People with millions of dollars to donate aren't against them.
 
2012-07-19 11:57:49 AM

Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.


He was great on "I Spy" with Robert Culp.
 
2012-07-19 11:58:42 AM
Don't you mean Allah subby?
 
2012-07-19 11:58:51 AM

FuturePastNow: coeyagi: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Give it up. Everyone is against them, and everyone will use them until they go away.

People with millions of dollars to donate aren't against them.


Adelson quoted that he'd rather not do it, but if he can, he will.

And in the end, some millionaires are going to be out a shiat ton of money.

The only people in the end not getting burned are the ad agencies.
 
2012-07-19 11:59:45 AM
2.bp.blogspot.com

Will probably donate $1,000,001 to a SuperPAC just to prove his previous victory over God wasn't a fluke.
 
2012-07-19 12:00:04 PM

Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.


You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.
 
2012-07-19 12:01:38 PM

RumsfeldsReplacement: Don't you mean Allah subby?


Whatyoudidthereiseeit.jog

/I lol'd a little
 
2012-07-19 12:04:27 PM
I must admit I didn't think much of Andy Barack Obama first time I laid eyes on him; looked like a stiff breeze Republican would blow him over. That was my first impression of the man.
 
2012-07-19 12:07:41 PM

MithrandirBooga: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Yes, let's not take any money from SuperPAC's, lose the election, and never ever get a chance to reverse that awful decision.

BRILLANT!!!!


It worked for Buddy Roemer, didn't it?
 
2012-07-19 12:08:26 PM

Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.


Hey, your boys set the rules. He's just playing according to said rules.

Sucks to be you.
 
2012-07-19 12:08:26 PM

coeyagi: FlashHarry: so... pro-obama superpacs will have something like $10 million and pro-rmoney superpacs will have something like $1 billion.

yeah, that's fair.

If Romney loses this election, do you think Sheldon Adelson will lose his shiat. Like, promise-to-murder people lose his shiat?

A $100 million bet on less than 2-1 odds is a pretty shiatty bet.

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x225]


Adelson is so rich he won't care about a measly $100 million.

Rachel Maddow had this example on her show (don't know her source):

Sheldon Adelson is so rich that spending $10 million on a campaign contribution for him is the same as a person who earns $100,000 a year spending $40 bucks on a campaign contribution.

///bad at math. could this be true?
 
2012-07-19 12:09:30 PM

jst3p: Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.

You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.


That's nothing. He was like 70 when he beefed up like crazy for the role in The Green Mile.
 
2012-07-19 12:09:47 PM

EvilBillGates: So the black man so full of himself he plays God on-screen, donates to the black man so full of himself he plays God to the American people. Good job libs, way to stay in touch with the American people.


This from the guy who supports the hundred-millionaire who has no basis of how an ordinary American lives and works.
 
2012-07-19 12:10:26 PM
Plus, here's a cool fact. He also played the role of the mouse in that movie.
 
2012-07-19 12:11:42 PM

jakomo002: jst3p: Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.

You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.

That's nothing. He was like 70 when he beefed up like crazy for the role in The Green Mile.


OK, but it is hard to top his ability to play a white man dressing up like a black man in Soul Man.
 
2012-07-19 12:12:37 PM
www.bearotic.com

/hot
 
2012-07-19 12:12:54 PM
So does that mean the election is now a battle of God vs. Jesus?
 
2012-07-19 12:14:50 PM

jakomo002: jst3p: Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.

You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.

That's nothing. He was like 70 when he beefed up like crazy for the role in The Green Mile.


I'm sorry but nothing will ever redeem him for Leonard Part 6.
 
2012-07-19 12:16:08 PM

Hi! I can lick my own eyebrows: coeyagi: FlashHarry: so... pro-obama superpacs will have something like $10 million and pro-rmoney superpacs will have something like $1 billion.

yeah, that's fair.

If Romney loses this election, do you think Sheldon Adelson will lose his shiat. Like, promise-to-murder people lose his shiat?

A $100 million bet on less than 2-1 odds is a pretty shiatty bet.

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x225]

Adelson is so rich he won't care about a measly $100 million.

Rachel Maddow had this example on her show (don't know her source):

Sheldon Adelson is so rich that spending $10 million on a campaign contribution for him is the same as a person who earns $100,000 a year spending $40 bucks on a campaign contribution.

///bad at math. could this be true?


No, it's not. The confusion is wealth vs. income. Adelson is worth 2500 times that contribution. The hypothetical person's income is 2500 times that contribution. So that is actually less money for the income earner than it is for Adelson.

HOWEVER, the point sorta still stands that it is relatively inconsequential in THAT instance.

But we're actually talking about 1/250 of the guy's income, not 1/2500 if we are talking 100 million. So that's more like the income earner spending 400 dollars on a contribution, but really it's a lot more if we are comparing it to the guy's probably net wealth (we'll call it 750,000 for the sake of argument). In which case, it's more like 3000 dollars.

They need more people with basic math / economics skills over there at TRMS.
 
2012-07-19 12:16:55 PM

RumsfeldsReplacement: Don't you mean Allah subby?


meh - have you read the Old Testament? Jehovah would kick Allah's ass. God, Jesus, and whatever the fark the holy spirit is would also get their collective posteriors handed to them.

/now Shiva might be a different story
 
2012-07-19 12:17:20 PM

jakomo002: If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


He can't legally tell him to do that.
 
2012-07-19 12:17:21 PM

TheGogmagog: I'd like to say Obama fought the good fight and the Republicans let him be...


Well played. ^_^
 
2012-07-19 12:17:27 PM

Rwa2play: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Hey, your boys set the rules. He's just playing according to said rules.

Sucks to be you.


I've got boys?
 
2012-07-19 12:17:30 PM

jst3p: jakomo002: jst3p: Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.

You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.

That's nothing. He was like 70 when he beefed up like crazy for the role in The Green Mile.

OK, but it is hard to top his ability to play a white man dressing up like a black man in Soul Man.


Meh, it wasn't his best role, to be honest.

He was much better in the role of Marley. Not Bob Marley, the dog Marley. But you could totally tell by his eyes.
 
2012-07-19 12:18:55 PM

Lando Lincoln: He can't legally tell him to do that.


So he can get a SuperPAC to do it. Drop a couple of hints
 
2012-07-19 12:19:37 PM

jakomo002: jst3p: jakomo002: jst3p: Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.

You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.

That's nothing. He was like 70 when he beefed up like crazy for the role in The Green Mile.

OK, but it is hard to top his ability to play a white man dressing up like a black man in Soul Man.

Meh, it wasn't his best role, to be honest.

He was much better in the role of Marley. Not Bob Marley, the dog Marley. But you could totally tell by his eyes.


He was awesome in Big Momma's House, but I felt like he phoned it in for the sequel.
 
2012-07-19 12:23:20 PM
25.media.tumblr.com

Success doesn't bring happiness. Only material stuff like money, cars and iPods can do that. And I've already got all that. So I have to find other ways to amuse myself."-Murdoc Niccals
 
2012-07-19 12:24:44 PM

Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.


Nope. Still against StupidPACs

/can't think of a better insult for those damned things. I'M SO ASHAMED!
 
2012-07-19 12:27:10 PM

Highroller48: jakomo002: jst3p: jakomo002: jst3p: Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.

You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.

That's nothing. He was like 70 when he beefed up like crazy for the role in The Green Mile.

OK, but it is hard to top his ability to play a white man dressing up like a black man in Soul Man.

Meh, it wasn't his best role, to be honest.

He was much better in the role of Marley. Not Bob Marley, the dog Marley. But you could totally tell by his eyes.

He was awesome in Big Momma's House, but I felt like he phoned it in for the sequel.


Wasn't he also in Outbreak?

www.councilforresponsiblegenetics.org
 
2012-07-19 12:27:51 PM

Highroller48: jakomo002: jst3p: jakomo002: jst3p: Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.

You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.

That's nothing. He was like 70 when he beefed up like crazy for the role in The Green Mile.

OK, but it is hard to top his ability to play a white man dressing up like a black man in Soul Man.

Meh, it wasn't his best role, to be honest.

He was much better in the role of Marley. Not Bob Marley, the dog Marley. But you could totally tell by his eyes.

He was awesome in Big Momma's House, but I felt like he phoned it in for the sequel.


He was kinda sleazy in "The Empire Strikes Back," but he redeemed himself in "Return of the Jedi."
 
2012-07-19 12:30:17 PM

AliceBToklasLives: RumsfeldsReplacement: Don't you mean Allah subby?

meh - have you read the Old Testament? Jehovah would kick Allah's ass. God, Jesus, and whatever the fark the holy spirit is would also get their collective posteriors handed to them.

/now Shiva might be a different story


None can compare to Sheogorath. He'll turn them into a cloud. Or a bad idea. Or maybe he'll just rip out their intestines and skip rope with 'em. Not a good sign if he's got out the Wabbajack pointed at ya.

/You know what would be a good sign though? "Free Sweetrolls"! Now really, who wouldn't want a free sweetroll?
 
2012-07-19 12:40:32 PM

King Something: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 320x221]

Will probably donate $1,000,001 to a SuperPAC just to prove his previous victory over God wasn't a fluke.


Are you sure you aren't thinking of Hammond?
 
2012-07-19 12:45:10 PM

HighOnCraic: Highroller48: jakomo002: jst3p: jakomo002: jst3p: Epoch_Zero: jst3p: sprawl15: jakomo002: KatjaMouse: I really hope he does a few ad spots for the Obama campaign.

Same here. He has a great fatherly tone, warm and trusting. He could singlehandedly swing a big bloc of voters to Obama, or at least get them not to vote for Romney.

I mean, he made me care about penguins.

If I was the Obama campaign I'd say, "Morgan, keep your million, we can really use you in a few TV ads. Maybe pair you up with Martin Freeman just to mix it up a bit".


/favourite roles for me are Red in Shawshank, and Brad Pitt's partner in Seven

I really liked him in The Matrix. He had some badass glasses.

He did a pretty good Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction

He was ok in I Am Legend.

You have to be impressed with his ability to play several roles in Nutty Professor II: The Klumps.

That's nothing. He was like 70 when he beefed up like crazy for the role in The Green Mile.

OK, but it is hard to top his ability to play a white man dressing up like a black man in Soul Man.

Meh, it wasn't his best role, to be honest.

He was much better in the role of Marley. Not Bob Marley, the dog Marley. But you could totally tell by his eyes.

He was awesome in Big Momma's House, but I felt like he phoned it in for the sequel.

He was kinda sleazy in "The Empire Strikes Back," but he redeemed himself in "Return of the Jedi."


I like him as Geoff on The Late Late Show. He does a great Matthew McConaughey impression
 
2012-07-19 12:46:46 PM
I could see why some of the voters took him for snobby. He had a quiet way about him. A walk and a talk that just wasn't normal around here. He strolled like a man in a park without a care or a worry in the world, like he had on an invisible coat that would shield him from derp. Yeah, I think it would be fair to say I liked Barack from the start.
 
2012-07-19 12:55:41 PM

EvilBillGates: So the black man so full of himself he plays God on-screen, donates to the black man so full of himself he plays God to the American people. Good job libs, way to stay in touch with the American people.


When you look at the $10mil that Adelson gave both Newt and Rmoney how in touch does that make you feel with the GOP candidates?
 
2012-07-19 12:57:48 PM

make me some tea: I could see why some of the voters took him for snobby. He had a quiet way about him. A walk and a talk that just wasn't normal around here. He strolled like a man in a park without a care or a worry in the world, like he had on an invisible coat that would shield him from derp. Yeah, I think it would be fair to say I liked Barack from the start.


This.

Since when did being serene and measured in your ways, exceptionally well-spoken, highly educated and proffessorial in your addresses about major issues become a BAD thing in a leader? Oh, wait...I forgot we're talking about REPUBLICANS. An educated and sophisitcated electorate is detrimental to an agenda that relies on the support of low-information voters. Anyone who dares excercise intelligence or pretend to konw more about a subject that the average voter is just being "eletist". Never mind. Carry on.
 
2012-07-19 01:01:55 PM

Fart_Machine: I'll always remember him as Easy Reader from The Electric Company.


At present rates it seems we only have a couple more years before the GOP come out against literacy, so he's a good fit there, too.
 
2012-07-19 01:04:28 PM

abb3w: Fart_Machine: I'll always remember him as Easy Reader from The Electric Company.

At present rates it seems we only have a couple more years before the GOP come out against literacy, so he's a good fit there, too.


See Santorum's comments about how not everyone needs to go to college. Most people can learn what they need from the bible.
 
2012-07-19 01:11:50 PM
Props on the headline Subby, I like... :-)
 
d3
2012-07-19 01:11:58 PM
We're through the wormhole here people!
 
2012-07-19 02:02:49 PM
God gives $1 million dollars to Obama's Super PAC

Can Obama get it from an automatic ATM machine?
 
2012-07-19 02:29:35 PM

EvilBillGates: So the black man so full of himself he plays God on-screen, donates to the black man so full of himself he plays God to the American people. Good job libs, way to stay in touch with the American people.

 
2012-07-19 02:34:06 PM

Highroller48: make me some tea: I could see why some of the voters took him for snobby. He had a quiet way about him. A walk and a talk that just wasn't normal around here. He strolled like a man in a park without a care or a worry in the world, like he had on an invisible coat that would shield him from derp. Yeah, I think it would be fair to say I liked Barack from the start.

This.

Since when did being serene and measured in your ways, exceptionally well-spoken, highly educated and proffessorial in your addresses about major issues become a BAD thing in a leader? Oh, wait...I forgot we're talking about REPUBLICANS. An educated and sophisitcated electorate is detrimental to an agenda that relies on the support of low-information voters. Anyone who dares excercise intelligence or pretend to konw more about a subject that the average voter is just being "eletist". Never mind. Carry on.


What's funny is that is a Morgan Freeman line from Shawshank Redemption. It fits though, doesn't it?
 
2012-07-19 02:36:54 PM
Headline: God gives $1 million dollars to Obama's Super PAC

I'll be impressed when he delivers the mail to Quirm while clad in a solid-gold suit and wing-ed hat, riding a half-mad horse.

/Obscure?
/Or was it Sto Lat? It's been too long since I read that book.
 
2012-07-19 02:47:20 PM

make me some tea:
What's funny is that is a Morgan Freeman line from Shawshank Redemption. It fits though, doesn't it?


Sure does.
 
2012-07-19 03:00:22 PM

make me some tea: Highroller48: make me some tea: I could see why some of the voters took him for snobby. He had a quiet way about him. A walk and a talk that just wasn't normal around here. He strolled like a man in a park without a care or a worry in the world, like he had on an invisible coat that would shield him from derp. Yeah, I think it would be fair to say I liked Barack from the start.

This.

Since when did being serene and measured in your ways, exceptionally well-spoken, highly educated and proffessorial in your addresses about major issues become a BAD thing in a leader? Oh, wait...I forgot we're talking about REPUBLICANS. An educated and sophisitcated electorate is detrimental to an agenda that relies on the support of low-information voters. Anyone who dares excercise intelligence or pretend to konw more about a subject that the average voter is just being "eletist". Never mind. Carry on.

What's funny is that is a Morgan Freeman line from Shawshank Redemption. It fits though, doesn't it?


Fun Fact: Stephen King is a closet liberal who wrote Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption so that people would identify Barack Obama with Andy Dufresne.
 
2012-07-19 03:08:46 PM

404 page not found: Fun Fact: Stephen King is a closet liberal who wrote Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption so that people would identify Barack Obama with Andy Dufresne.


IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW
 
2012-07-19 03:23:34 PM

make me some tea: 404 page not found: Fun Fact: Stephen King is a closet liberal who wrote Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption so that people would identify Barack Obama with Andy Dufresne.

IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW


1.bp.blogspot.com
MIND.BLOWN
 
2012-07-19 03:32:57 PM

coeyagi: FuturePastNow: coeyagi: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Give it up. Everyone is against them, and everyone will use them until they go away.

People with millions of dollars to donate aren't against them.

Adelson quoted that he'd rather not do it, but if he can, he will.

And in the end, some millionaires are going to be out a shiat ton of money.

The only people in the end not getting burned are the ad agencies.


So, if the lottery is the stupid tax, PACs are the rich stupid tax? I certainly hope everyone who has donated to Romney feels like a moron after he loses.
 
2012-07-19 03:35:41 PM

FuturePastNow: coeyagi: FuturePastNow: coeyagi: Ned Stark: Against superpacs until WE get a million.

Give it up. Everyone is against them, and everyone will use them until they go away.

People with millions of dollars to donate aren't against them.

Adelson quoted that he'd rather not do it, but if he can, he will.

And in the end, some millionaires are going to be out a shiat ton of money.

The only people in the end not getting burned are the ad agencies.

So, if the lottery is the stupid tax, PACs are the rich stupid tax? I certainly hope everyone who has donated to Romney feels like a moron after he loses.


Pretty much. Except you're going to win half the time, lose half the time (approx), so it's more like poker I guess, just have to bet big when the odds are in your favor. Over the long haul (4 or 5 presidential elections), you'll maybe break even.
 
2012-07-19 04:04:47 PM
fail.my.gd
 
2012-07-20 11:59:27 AM

coeyagi: [suvudu.com image 500x378]

Where all of this is going.


I see what you did there!
 
2012-07-20 12:01:51 PM
 
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