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2012-07-31 05:13:02 PM  
The scary obvious truth is that Romney hasn't been making gaffes; he's been saying the ridiculous things that the far right believes in order to shed his Northeast liberal image.

FIFY
 
2012-07-31 05:14:22 PM  

Muk_Man: The scary obvious truth is that Romney hasn't been making gaffes; he's been saying the ridiculous things that the far right believes in order to shed his Northeast liberal image.

FIFY


Opps, fail the first time.
 
2012-07-31 05:15:42 PM  
In '08, a friend from college deleted my on Facebook because I voted for Obama. "He's a Marxist ideologue who is going to destroy America and confiscate all guns."

Should I wait until 2016 to start farking with him or should I start in November?
 
2012-07-31 05:16:08 PM  

Weaver95: yup - that was Limbaugh's theme for his opening 20 min rant - that Romney is winning, that what Romney is saying is what 'every real amurikan' believes is true.

I honestly don't know if I should laugh or cry.


Laugh that Limbaugh believes it, cry that half of the rest of the country believes it too.
 
2012-07-31 05:16:28 PM  

Serious Black: You should check out The Age of American Unreason by Susan Jacoby. It's one of the most depressing books I've ever read, but it's a phenomenal read nonetheless.


It's a really important book -- Anti-Intellectualism In American Life was in desperate need of a refresh -- but she goes off the rails when she starts talking about Neil Armstrong's first words on the moon.

/christ, how could they have let that thing go to print when a simple check on Snopes would have shown she was blatantly wrong
//and then how can I take her seriously for the rest of the book given that it's supposed to be about NOT ENGAGING IN THAT SORT OF SLOPPY THINKING
 
2012-07-31 05:16:55 PM  
Duh. Every time he or a staff member has mentioned the Soviet Union, it's not a slip of the tongue. They're telling stupid far right-wingers exactly what they want to hear. Same with saying Israeli culture is superior to Palestinian culture and that's why they have more money. Those people actually believe that.
 
2012-07-31 05:17:24 PM  
obama is actually well liked by americans
its just a few critics are loud yellers so its hard to hear over their yelling
 
2012-07-31 05:24:53 PM  
Well, the dumbass teabaggers pretty much have no choice at this time.

What are they gonna do? Draft Palin?
 
2012-07-31 05:27:35 PM  

tricycleracer: In '08, a friend from college deleted my on Facebook because I voted for Obama. "He's a Marxist ideologue who is going to destroy America and confiscate all guns."

Should I wait until 2016 to start farking with him or should I start in November?


The sooner the better. It's not like it's going to matter. He now believes that Obama is still going to destroy America and take all of our guns, but Obama was clever and he decided to do those two things in his second term instead of his first in an effort to fool all of us. But HE isn't fooled. No sir.

And when Obama doesn't destroy America and take our guns from us in the second term, he will believe that the GOP stopped him from doing so, and that's why he'll be voting Republican in 2016. To reward them for their diligence against the liberal horde.

But then again, he might wise up. He might come to the conclusion that the Republican Party is just completely bonkers and will stop thinking those ridiculous things. It happened to me.
 
2012-07-31 05:27:57 PM  

Jim.Casy: Coco LaFemme: Titt Romney (a British friend of mine took to calling him that after his rousing soujourn to England)

If you anagram the name Mitt Romney you end up with Mr. Money Tit

/stolen from someone on Fark, dont remember who, sorry!



Also:

Not My Merit;
Men Trim Toy (relevant to Israel trip);
I My Torment (relevant to entire campaign);
Into My Term (wishful thinking);
Not I My Term (more like it);
 
2012-07-31 05:28:20 PM  
Romneys too liberal for the GOP

what a mess of a party

time for a third party system USA
 
2012-07-31 05:29:31 PM  

Serious Black: mrshowrules: Citrate1007: The scary truth is that a failed public education system and an unethical 4th branch of the government (media) has resulted in segments of the population that are not fit to make intelligent decisions for the rest of us. These folks tend to be the extremes on both sides of the isle, but at least the left views the dirty hippies gen Y folks as slackers and don't elevate them to the upper echelons of the political party.

Both those are symptoms of American anti-intellectualism which is real source of America's problems. Americans are neither dumb nor particularly ignorant, but no country in the world has so many people actually proud of their ignorance and so distrustful of real knowledge.

/Canadian. Just as dumb and ignorant but take no pride in it.

You should check out The Age of American Unreason by Susan Jacoby. It's one of the most depressing books I've ever read, but it's a phenomenal read nonetheless.


Wasn't it just a couple of months when Texas was actually trying to ban critical thinking as part of school curriculum?
 
2012-07-31 05:30:26 PM  

mrshowrules: Serious Black: mrshowrules: Citrate1007: The scary truth is that a failed public education system and an unethical 4th branch of the government (media) has resulted in segments of the population that are not fit to make intelligent decisions for the rest of us. These folks tend to be the extremes on both sides of the isle, but at least the left views the dirty hippies gen Y folks as slackers and don't elevate them to the upper echelons of the political party.

Both those are symptoms of American anti-intellectualism which is real source of America's problems. Americans are neither dumb nor particularly ignorant, but no country in the world has so many people actually proud of their ignorance and so distrustful of real knowledge.

/Canadian. Just as dumb and ignorant but take no pride in it.

You should check out The Age of American Unreason by Susan Jacoby. It's one of the most depressing books I've ever read, but it's a phenomenal read nonetheless.

Wasn't it just a couple of months when Texas was actually trying to ban critical thinking as part of school curriculum?


Nah, that was just a plank in the Texas Republican Party platform. It's still in there, AFAIK.
 
2012-07-31 05:32:01 PM  

qorkfiend: mrshowrules: Serious Black: mrshowrules: Citrate1007: The scary truth is that a failed public education system and an unethical 4th branch of the government (media) has resulted in segments of the population that are not fit to make intelligent decisions for the rest of us. These folks tend to be the extremes on both sides of the isle, but at least the left views the dirty hippies gen Y folks as slackers and don't elevate them to the upper echelons of the political party.

Both those are symptoms of American anti-intellectualism which is real source of America's problems. Americans are neither dumb nor particularly ignorant, but no country in the world has so many people actually proud of their ignorance and so distrustful of real knowledge.

/Canadian. Just as dumb and ignorant but take no pride in it.

You should check out The Age of American Unreason by Susan Jacoby. It's one of the most depressing books I've ever read, but it's a phenomenal read nonetheless.

Wasn't it just a couple of months when Texas was actually trying to ban critical thinking as part of school curriculum?

Nah, that was just a plank in the Texas Republican Party platform. It's still in there, AFAIK.


Yes, it is. The platform is official and binding, so they can't remove it until 2016. That's going to leave a mark.

/I say 2024 is when Texas starts to turn blue from pissing off the Hispanics
 
2012-07-31 05:38:20 PM  

FlashHarry: these people are truly insane.



And will have the full power of Corporate Media behind them in November.

Global Corporate Socialism.

Enjoy
 
2012-07-31 05:40:19 PM  
[wry smile for Expolaris]

I love Buzz, there's something so kidlike about him when he gets the silly on, even when the silly is so completely...silly.
 
2012-07-31 05:57:25 PM  

lysdexic: shiat, Texas is still arguing over the 2010 census and redistricting.


Kentucky with its divided legislature had its redistricting thrown out by the state Supreme Court and will try again after 2012. Redistricting is a crap fest everywhere, regardless of who is in power.
 
2012-07-31 06:02:55 PM  

Calmamity: Lando Lincoln: Some Bass Playing Guy: The thing that kills me is that NONE of the people who I know who claim to support Romney can articulate much in the way of why they think Romney is a good choice.

Because if they say, "Look, Obama is just a bad President in my opinion and I want him gone and I don't care who replaces him as long as it's a Republican" will make them sound like morons, and they know it.

Although this is, in fact, the case.

It's not all racism. The people who identify with the Republicans have been completely brainwashed by Fox News to believe that anyone with a D after their name is evil. They believe this no matter what the D actually does and how it affects them personally versus what happens to their lives and country when the Republicans get in power.

It is baffling and sad.

Also, the racism.


It is about the same mentality as racism....some bigotry and some blanket-statements about opponents. Frankly, whether it is bigotry against black people or democrats, it is still the same narrow-minded mentality.
 
2012-07-31 06:11:52 PM  

ParallelUniverseParking: You mean he did that to impress Americans who would vote for Romney anyway...because their only other option would be to vote for "nazi-socialist Kenyan antichrist President Obama" which would never happen? And in the meantime he accepted alienating less conservative swing voters, who would actually matter, with his behavior?

Doesn't sound like a good strategy to me.


Well, this is the party that help select Palin to be VP last time; you know, to ensure that their +16 vote count over Obama in Oklahoma would become +40. Which never made much sense at the time; if you are picking a woman (with the idea of picking up disgruntled Hillary voters) you are probably better off with a woman that's a bit closer aligned to Hillary than Palin.

It's sort of The Art of How Not To Wage War by whoever the opposite is of Sun Tsu.
 
2012-07-31 06:16:22 PM  

mrshowrules: Citrate1007: The scary truth is that a failed public education system and an unethical 4th branch of the government (media) has resulted in segments of the population that are not fit to make intelligent decisions for the rest of us. These folks tend to be the extremes on both sides of the isle, but at least the left views the dirty hippies gen Y folks as slackers and don't elevate them to the upper echelons of the political party.

Both those are symptoms of American anti-intellectualism which is real source of America's problems. Americans are neither dumb nor particularly ignorant, but no country in the world has so many people actually proud of their ignorance and so distrustful of real knowledge.

/Canadian. Just as dumb and ignorant but take no pride in it.


There was a time when the term "know nothing" was used as a taunt against xenophobic ignoramouses. The same taunt couldn't be used today. Its targets would regard it as a compliment.

Link

You have to scroll down the the bottom to see where it was used as a taunt.
 
2012-07-31 06:16:35 PM  
This just in... Romney dares to disagree with liberals and continues to be guilty of the crime of being rich while Republican.

But in the case of his stance with Israel he's done the most unforgivable thing you can ever do to liberals...

Highlight why they are wrong publicly.
 
2012-07-31 06:21:53 PM  

randomjsa: This just in... Romney dares to disagree with liberals and continues to be guilty of the crime of being rich while Republican.

But in the case of his stance with Israel he's done the most unforgivable thing you can ever do to liberals...

Highlight why they are wrong publicly.


Nobody cares about your poor wittle persecution, randomjsa/libbynomore2/stewmadness.
If you never come down off the cross, how do you expect Jesus to get up there?
 
2012-07-31 06:28:05 PM  
To bad it's independents and moderates, who generally aren't fond of people "saying ridiculous things", are the folks he needs to win over... Not the regressive assholes that were going to vote his plutocratic ass anyway.

Never mind that he, at best, looked like a complete amateur on his little "Ugly American World Tour".
 
2012-07-31 06:28:19 PM  

randomjsa: This just in... Romney dares to disagree with liberals


And economic experts.

And scientific experts.

And rational people.

But as long as he's disagreeing with libs, then he must be right about SOMETHING.
 
2012-07-31 06:31:25 PM  
Oh, so like Sarah Palin, only blatantly dishonest? I see this going over well.
 
2012-07-31 06:35:57 PM  

ontariolightning: Romneys too liberal for the GOP

what a mess of a party

time for a third party system USA


Why not just vote Democratic?
 
2012-07-31 06:43:16 PM  

ParallelUniverseParking: You mean he did that to impress Americans who would vote for Romney anyway...because their only other option would be to vote for "nazi-socialist Kenyan antichrist President Obama" which would never happen? And in the meantime he accepted alienating less conservative swing voters, who would actually matter, with his behavior?

Doesn't sound like a good strategy to me.


redpillreport.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-07-31 06:53:32 PM  

bugontherug: mrshowrules: Citrate1007: The scary truth is that a failed public education system and an unethical 4th branch of the government (media) has resulted in segments of the population that are not fit to make intelligent decisions for the rest of us. These folks tend to be the extremes on both sides of the isle, but at least the left views the dirty hippies gen Y folks as slackers and don't elevate them to the upper echelons of the political party.

Both those are symptoms of American anti-intellectualism which is real source of America's problems. Americans are neither dumb nor particularly ignorant, but no country in the world has so many people actually proud of their ignorance and so distrustful of real knowledge.

/Canadian. Just as dumb and ignorant but take no pride in it.

There was a time when the term "know nothing" was used as a taunt against xenophobic ignoramouses. The same taunt couldn't be used today. Its targets would regard it as a compliment.

Link

You have to scroll down the the bottom to see where it was used as a taunt.


The US is the only country in the world where you can start by saying "Well, I don't anything about (insert subject here)..." and proceed to comment on that subject and you would have more credibility than starting with "I studied this subject" or "I have a degree on this subject" or "I wrote a book on this subject". The latter intros will just get you ignored before you state your position.
 
2012-07-31 07:04:10 PM  

snowshovel: ParallelUniverseParking: You mean he did that to impress Americans who would vote for Romney anyway...because their only other option would be to vote for "nazi-socialist Kenyan antichrist President Obama" which would never happen? And in the meantime he accepted alienating less conservative swing voters, who would actually matter, with his behavior?

Doesn't sound like a good strategy to me.

Well, this is the party that help select Palin to be VP last time; you know, to ensure that their +16 vote count over Obama in Oklahoma would become +40. Which never made much sense at the time; if you are picking a woman (with the idea of picking up disgruntled Hillary voters) you are probably better off with a woman that's a bit closer aligned to Hillary than Palin.

It's sort of The Art of How Not To Wage War by whoever the opposite is of Sun Tsu.


That would be General Snu Snu.

/His mind is willing but his flesh is spongy and bruised.
 
2012-07-31 07:23:32 PM  
This plan is so crazy it just might work.

sfw.chanarchive.org
 
2012-07-31 07:30:52 PM  

Ed Finnerty: Hey boss! We got another good ideyar fer yer campaign!

[dtdstudios.com image 800x450]


[idiocracy.jpg]

That image get's funnier every time I see it.... lol Bain got added! I think we should make a few more suggestions in this thread to improve it...

I'd be happy to do the photoshopping if anyone has good suggestions...
 
2012-07-31 07:42:28 PM  

Some Bass Playing Guy: I'm beginning to wonder if these alleged "gaffes" are really just carefully scripted to pander to the far right. It's not really a secret that teabaggers aren't exactly in Romney's camp. And anything he can say to appeal to their narrow world view can't hurt.

The thing that kills me is that NONE of the people who I know who claim to support Romney can articulate much in the way of why they think Romney is a good choice. Almost all of it centers around getting Obama out of office because Obama's policies are (among other things) driving us into the poorhouse.


But if you ask what's so different, you get weird answers about how not to pay attention to what Romney has actually done in the past but to what he says he'll do. These are not informed voters, they're worse than uninformed voters because they have zero priorities, zero convictions, zero plans for this country beyond 'my team has to win'.

This is the dark side of straight ticket voters, as long as their 'team' wins, it doesn't matter what their team does or does not do in office. It just matters that their 'team' wins.

/straight party voting can't be banned soon enough
 
2012-07-31 07:44:05 PM  
So he's just preaching to the converted, huh?

I knew we had reached peak derp in this country.
 
2012-07-31 07:48:38 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Titt Romney (a British friend of mine took to calling him that after his rousing soujourn to England) is a human windsock. He says what he says because it appeals in that moment, to the people he's talking to. When he was in MA, he was the New England Republican, which is basically a Democrat that leans center-right. Now that he's running for the Big Chair, he's the Fundie Dream, even though they hate Mormons and don't trust him as far as they could throw him, wishing instead someone like Santorum or Bachmann had got the nomination.

So yeah, he's saying this shiat because the people he's pandering to believe it with all their pea-pickin' little hearts. What he doesn't understand, and what Barack Obama had to learn, was the same thing Bill Clinton figured out; you campaign from the left (or right), but you govern from the center. Mitt Romney is physically and mentally incapable of doing that, because it would require having to work with the Democrats, which he's loathe to do, and he'd lose any support from the electorate he'd gained through winning the election. Also, it would require him to lock down definitive stances on things, and as we've seen, he can't do that either.


Your British friend is so on the money it hurts.

As for definitive stances, that's where looking at what a person does over what a person says matters. It used to be that simple. But folks have a way of denying what is in front of their eyes. A great many of the folks who do so with Romney tell themselves that they'll hold his feet to the fire after he's elected. Fat fking chance. What's insulting, though, is not what Romney has done in the past... it's that, like Peter, he's willing to deny, deny, deny!

A real leader would say 'well, yeah, and this is why and this is why its great and this is the direction the party should go in'. But who knows if Romney even believed all that shiat he did while he was governor? Maybe he was bullshiatting, saying what folks wanted to hear, doing what folks wanted him to do because that was what was going to be popular, even then.

I'll be the only thing he believes in is that he has to live up to whatever bullshiat Mormon prophecies have been whispered in his ear all this time. And even then, does he even really want the job, or is it just resume padding for a dude like him?
 
2012-07-31 07:53:36 PM  

ontariolightning: obama is actually well liked by americans
its just a few critics are loud yellers so its hard to hear over their yelling


depends on which americans. i know a couple who get so red in the face, you'd think they'd just seen someone rape their child, if you mention Obama's name....

i don't know how they're voting this November. i can't even depend on the christians voting for christians aspect because (surprise) mormons aren't christian............. if a mormon suddenly gets a christian vote for being 'christian'... yeah, that'll let me know what's really going on in some of these folks heads, who self-identify as christian.
 
2012-07-31 07:59:34 PM  

randomjsa: This just in... Those weak, wimpy, milquetoast Liberals made me cry again. What evil, heartless brutes!

 
2012-07-31 08:11:41 PM  

verbaltoxin: So he's just preaching to the converted, huh?

I knew we had reached peak derp in this country.


There are vast territories of unexploited derp in the US.
 
2012-07-31 08:17:39 PM  

ExperianScaresCthulhu: i know a couple who get so red in the face


What kills me, and by that I mean laughter out loud, is how willingly these same folks put anti-0bama bumper stickers above their truck nutz. I saw a little Toyota Tacoma today with a bumper sticker on it. There was an image of Obama with the "O" symbol. The text read "Does this ass make my truck look big?"

Um, no bro, you're still driving a small foreign truck.
 
2012-07-31 08:36:45 PM  

ontariolightning: I meant Romney will lose to Obama by a 10 % spread


Tap the brakes, buddy. Mormons don't spread 10% of anything.
 
2012-07-31 08:46:49 PM  
"Palestinian" culture is messed up. Their politics is hopeless corrupt and whose main parties are little more than crime syndicates that openly use assassination. violence, bribery, and extortion. They propagandize their children to be suicide bombers and rely on foreign aid and propaganda.

Romney was right, and THAT is his sin - to tell truth to power.
 
2012-07-31 09:10:59 PM  
i192.photobucket.com
 
2012-07-31 09:12:45 PM  

LargeCanine: "Palestinian" culture is messed up. Their politics is hopeless corrupt and whose main parties are little more than crime syndicates that openly use assassination. violence, bribery, and extortion. They propagandize their children to be suicide bombers and rely on foreign aid and propaganda.

Romney was right, and THAT is his sin - to tell truth to power.


I know Canis Noir, and you sir are no Canis Noir...
 
2012-07-31 09:21:55 PM  

Some Bass Playing Guy: I'm beginning to wonder if these alleged "gaffes" are really just carefully scripted to pander to the far right. It's not really a secret that teabaggers aren't exactly in Romney's camp. And anything he can say to appeal to their narrow world view can't hurt.

The thing that kills me is that NONE of the people who I know who claim to support Romney can articulate much in the way of why they think Romney is a good choice. Almost all of it centers around getting Obama out of office because Obama's policies are (among other things) driving us into the poorhouse.


Nobody is that good. He demonstrates again and again his complete inability to just say something positive about ANYTHING. Offered a cookie: "Heh heh those look like 7-11 cookies!" Asked about how Britain is doing with the Olympics: "Bok! Bok bok bok bok!" When the correct response would have been "They're doing very well. The Olympics are a wonderful event."

He's stupid. He sounds as socially inept as my semi-autistic nephew, the difference being Kyle is TRYING to learn how to function in social situations.
 
2012-07-31 09:27:38 PM  

Weaver95: yup - that was Limbaugh's theme for his opening 20 min rant - that Romney is winning, that what Romney is saying is what 'every real amurikan' believes is true.

I honestly don't know if I should laugh or cry.


Just supports my theory that America will never truly be free until the republican VOTERS are wiped off the face of the Earth.

The weasels running for office by spewing this outrageous crap are just playing it for the base (a few actually beleive it, but it's mostly a show).

It's the mouthbreathing goons you see on the street who gobble up this sh*t and goosestep around as if being a republican means they're the New Master Race that are the ones you gotta curbstomp.
 
2012-07-31 09:28:48 PM  

FlashHarry: these people are truly insane.


"Insane" is when you hear voices coming from your salad dressing.

These creeps are just plain evil.
 
2012-07-31 09:37:16 PM  
4.bp.blogspot.com


Hows it going eh? My name is Stephen Harper, the supreme leader of Alberta and newest raquetball partner to China. Let me be clear, I am a big deal so when I say Romney is a fine fella, you can take that to the bank. Let me be clear, when I say take that to the bank, I mean to the bank of Canada, the safest bank in the whole world that has spared Canada, my conservative utoptia of a vicious recession the rest of the world has fallen into thanks to my governments stingy policies. My good friend Romney knows this too well, he's a frequent guest to the bank of Canada. If hes my good friend he should be yours too because my
name is Stephen Harper, and I am a big deal.

-thumbs up-
 
2012-07-31 09:45:13 PM  

ontariolightning: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 350x440]


Hows it going eh? My name is Stephen Harper, the supreme leader of Alberta and newest raquetball partner to China. Let me be clear, I am a big deal so when I say Romney is a fine fella, you can take that to the bank. Let me be clear, when I say take that to the bank, I mean to the bank of Canada, the safest bank in the whole world that has spared Canada, my conservative utoptia of a vicious recession the rest of the world has fallen into thanks to my governments stingy policies. My good friend Romney knows this too well, he's a frequent guest to the bank of Canada. If hes my good friend he should be yours too because my
name is Stephen Harper, and I am a big deal.

-thumbs up-


Everytime I see that picture I feel as if I'm about to get molested.
 
2012-07-31 09:55:05 PM  

Shrugging Atlas: ontariolightning: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 350x440]


Hows it going eh? My name is Stephen Harper, the supreme leader of Alberta and newest raquetball partner to China. Let me be clear, I am a big deal so when I say Romney is a fine fella, you can take that to the bank. Let me be clear, when I say take that to the bank, I mean to the bank of Canada, the safest bank in the whole world that has spared Canada, my conservative utoptia of a vicious recession the rest of the world has fallen into thanks to my governments stingy policies. My good friend Romney knows this too well, he's a frequent guest to the bank of Canada. If hes my good friend he should be yours too because my
name is Stephen Harper, and I am a big deal.

-thumbs up-

Everytime I see that picture I feel as if I'm about to get molested.


what about this one? do you feel raped?

media.greenradio.topscms.com
 
2012-07-31 10:36:40 PM  
Saying what you believe: true to your principles.
Called on saying what you believe: oops, gaffe.
 
2012-07-31 10:49:42 PM  
TV's Vinnie 2012-07-31 09:27:38 PM

Weaver95: yup - that was Limbaugh's theme for his opening 20 min rant - that Romney is winning, that what Romney is saying is what 'every real amurikan' believes is true.

I honestly don't know if I should laugh or cry.


Just supports my theory that America will never truly be free until the republican VOTERS are wiped off the face of the Earth.

The weasels running for office by spewing this outrageous crap are just playing it for the base (a few actually beleive it, but it's mostly a show).

It's the mouthbreathing goons you see on the street who gobble up this sh*t and goosestep around as if being a republican means they're the New Master Race that are the ones you gotta curbstomp.


it only hurts when I laugh.

i.imgur.com
 
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