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2012-08-25 04:58:31 AM
Anyone read the comments section? Wow. Congress isn't the only place where stupid grows.
 
2012-08-25 04:59:50 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: Shadowknight: Especially right now. I just got back home to Spain after taking the kids back to the States for the summer to visit family in Michigan, and I'm still on day 1.5 of trying to switch my schedule back to the European timezone. It's not going well.

See, at least you have a reason. Mine is "Woke up at 4 pm." :P


Well I'm up at 4am feeding a baby, so I feel your pain. Not to mention the fact that auto-correct hates me. Had I not re-read my post, It happily translated "kool-aid" to "kook-aid". Though, and second thought they later is funnier, truer, and more along the lines of what I'm thinking.

Apple must have put a psychic reader in the latest Safari. LOL
 
2012-08-25 05:02:19 AM

SwingDancer: Anyone read the comments section? Wow. Congress isn't the only place where stupid grows.


(reads one) That's quite enough.
 
2012-08-25 05:05:19 AM

Gyrfalcon: Fluorescent Testicle: Gyrfalcon: Ultranationalism is an ugly word, Fawkes. Just the little brother of fascism, and we're seeing how it gets going.

Agreed. They already remind of a miniature Nazi party.

/Apologies for the Godwin so early in the thread.
//Is it really a Godwin when some of them are already on record as saying they want to start a civil war?

It's not a Godwin--it's a genuine threat. They are one major crisis and one charismatic leader away from a Reichstag fire; and god knows they are pushing the crisis as hard and often as they possibly can. Luckily, their leaders are not personable enough yet to give us a genuine fascist movement; but it's a very fine line we're treading.


In a way we are lucky that the GOP leaders of today are mostly so batshiat insane they don't have mass appeal, still to many people with common sense in this country. Unfortunately if their war on public education continues it will not always be like that.

Like I said in another thread, they are trying to tear town the society and institutions we created as a democratic republic of the people, by the people, and for the people in order to rebuild society into their twisted view of some sort of corporate thocracy with a "job creator"/"laborer" caste system.
 
2012-08-25 05:07:10 AM

Goodfella: "Barton cited the Almighty in questioning energy from wind turbines. Careful, he warned, "wind is God's way of balancing heat." Clean energy, he said, "would slow the winds down" and thus could make it hotter. You never know."

Yeah, Joe, I do know. You are a farking moron.

""You can't regulate God!" Barton barked at the House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, in the midst of discussion on measures to curb global warming."

This guy is deciding public policy?


Barton is from Texas's 6th district. That's got significant overlap with the East Texas patent troll district, chosen because the population there is a bunch of desiccated, parochial know-nothings (and Allen. I deal professionally with people from Allen, and they seem to be okay).
 
2012-08-25 05:07:11 AM

heavymetal: Gyrfalcon: Fluorescent Testicle: Gyrfalcon: Ultranationalism is an ugly word, Fawkes. Just the little brother of fascism, and we're seeing how it gets going.

Agreed. They already remind of a miniature Nazi party.

/Apologies for the Godwin so early in the thread.
//Is it really a Godwin when some of them are already on record as saying they want to start a civil war?

It's not a Godwin--it's a genuine threat. They are one major crisis and one charismatic leader away from a Reichstag fire; and god knows they are pushing the crisis as hard and often as they possibly can. Luckily, their leaders are not personable enough yet to give us a genuine fascist movement; but it's a very fine line we're treading.

In a way we are lucky that the GOP leaders of today are mostly so batshiat insane they don't have mass appeal, still to too many people with common sense in this country. Unfortunately if their war on public education continues it will not always be like that.

Like I said in another thread, they are trying to tear town the society and institutions we created as a democratic republic of the people, by the people, and for the people in order to rebuild society into their twisted view of some sort of corporate thocracy with a "job creator"/"laborer" caste system.


/ FTFM
 
2012-08-25 05:07:16 AM

MisterTweak: Speaker2Animals: Sick works for me. I think back to the Republicans of my youth (1950s and '60s) and while I didn't always agree with them, they sure as hell were a lot more intelligent than the wingnuts running the GOP these days.

Truth. We used to make fun of the USSR and East Germany because in batshiat countries like those, you were expected to hold certain fictions as being true, and would basically lose your rights of citizenship if you dared to question pravda (or Pravda).

How the hell did we end up further off into crazyland than them??


When your rhetoric started depending more on emotional manipulation than facts.
 
2012-08-25 05:07:28 AM
The scary part is they've got enough positions of power. Both in government and in media. Willful ignorance is now an acceptable state of being. Many consider kookery as legitimate as science.

Fark! Even the history and science channels now have shows about bigfoot, magic healing crystals, and jesus history shows.

Apparently it's okay to be stupid and ignorant because that way nobody will mistake you for an elitist.
 
2012-08-25 05:07:52 AM
This really does say it all.
 
2012-08-25 05:09:59 AM
Your country is doomed.

DOOMED!!!
 
2012-08-25 05:11:57 AM

Max Awesome: Your country is doomed.

DOOMED!!!


It's going to be such a fun ride.
 
2012-08-25 05:14:14 AM
The sad part- the utterly farking terrifying part- is these people will be two miles from my house in a few days. I hope this hurricane gets stronger. It may be the only thing that saves us. The way the local cops are beating their chests and talking about the threat of 'anarchists' makes me really queesy. This convention will not end well.
 
2012-08-25 05:14:26 AM

robohobo: Max Awesome: Your country is doomed.

DOOMED!!!

It's going to be such a fun ride.


Not so sure about that. Now an apocalyptic deadland of abandoned buildings and empty towns could be refreshing, but the getting there is certain to be rather difficult.
 
2012-08-25 05:16:44 AM

redsquid: The sad part- the utterly farking terrifying part- is these people will be two miles from my house in a few days. I hope this hurricane gets stronger. It may be the only thing that saves us. The way the local cops are beating their chests and talking about the threat of 'anarchists' makes me really queesy. This convention will not end well.


Maybe we could fly in a few guests from that country that had the ebola outbreak a couple weeks ago. I hate to sacrifice the strippers, but we know they'd be a great infection vector for all these "family values" types.
 
2012-08-25 05:17:36 AM

Agent Smiths Laugh: robohobo: Max Awesome: Your country is doomed.

DOOMED!!!

It's going to be such a fun ride.

Not so sure about that. Now an apocalyptic deadland of abandoned buildings and empty towns could be refreshing, but the getting there is certain to be rather difficult.


Should I start stocking up on Nuka Cola caps now?
 
2012-08-25 05:18:01 AM

MagSeven: Wow. I'm more agnostic than atheist, but I still can't believe there are people that believe in a book written second, third, well multi-handed, by ancient people and still think it can dictate how modern people live. believe the book if you choose, but realize there are people out there who won't believe in some ancient text just because, If these people subscribe to these biblical theories and morals rather than all the social and technological advances made in the past 2000 years or so....seriously, it's like me finding a cave painting and telling you that you can't mow your lawn on odd numbered Saturdays because it's wrong. Seriously. God spoke to me. Let that shiat grow on the first! I guess I just wish people believed in what they wanted, but didn't force it on the general public for the sole reason of "this is what this book told me to believe."


It's worse than that. There's a belief among many that the Bible is both literal and infallible. The problem being there are inconsistencies in the Bible.
 
2012-08-25 05:24:05 AM

Bontesla: MagSeven: Wow. I'm more agnostic than atheist, but I still can't believe there are people that believe in a book written second, third, well multi-handed, by ancient people and still think it can dictate how modern people live. believe the book if you choose, but realize there are people out there who won't believe in some ancient text just because, If these people subscribe to these biblical theories and morals rather than all the social and technological advances made in the past 2000 years or so....seriously, it's like me finding a cave painting and telling you that you can't mow your lawn on odd numbered Saturdays because it's wrong. Seriously. God spoke to me. Let that shiat grow on the first! I guess I just wish people believed in what they wanted, but didn't force it on the general public for the sole reason of "this is what this book told me to believe."

It's worse than that. There's a belief among many that the Bible is both literal and infallible. The problem being there are inconsistencies in the Bible.


You're forgetting that they LOVE that there's inconsistencies, because that means they get to cherry-pick the bits and pieces they want to follow.
 
2012-08-25 05:27:24 AM

Arumat: Agent Smiths Laugh: robohobo: Max Awesome: Your country is doomed.

DOOMED!!!

It's going to be such a fun ride.

Not so sure about that. Now an apocalyptic deadland of abandoned buildings and empty towns could be refreshing, but the getting there is certain to be rather difficult.

Should I start stocking up on Nuka Cola caps now?


Yes. Make the star ones into a necklace and I'll meet you near Nipton.
 
2012-08-25 05:27:39 AM

Bontesla: MagSeven: Wow. I'm more agnostic than atheist, but I still can't believe there are people that believe in a book written second, third, well multi-handed, by ancient people and still think it can dictate how modern people live. believe the book if you choose, but realize there are people out there who won't believe in some ancient text just because, If these people subscribe to these biblical theories and morals rather than all the social and technological advances made in the past 2000 years or so....seriously, it's like me finding a cave painting and telling you that you can't mow your lawn on odd numbered Saturdays because it's wrong. Seriously. God spoke to me. Let that shiat grow on the first! I guess I just wish people believed in what they wanted, but didn't force it on the general public for the sole reason of "this is what this book told me to believe."

It's worse than that. There's a belief among many that the Bible is both literal and infallible. The problem being there are inconsistencies in the Bible.


My unicorn would disagree with that but he's in the belly of a whale right now.
 
2012-08-25 05:27:43 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: Shadowknight: Especially right now. I just got back home to Spain after taking the kids back to the States for the summer to visit family in Michigan, and I'm still on day 1.5 of trying to switch my schedule back to the European timezone. It's not going well.

See, at least you have a reason. Mine is "Woke up at 4 pm." :P


This was my first week back to work since April. This is also the week that we integrated our two foster dogs with our three pet dogs. And this is the week my husband returned to college.

I came home at 8pm from work and crashed. Now I'm up. No coffee :/
 
2012-08-25 05:27:49 AM

Arumat: Bontesla: MagSeven: Wow. I'm more agnostic than atheist, but I still can't believe there are people that believe in a book written second, third, well multi-handed, by ancient people and still think it can dictate how modern people live. believe the book if you choose, but realize there are people out there who won't believe in some ancient text just because, If these people subscribe to these biblical theories and morals rather than all the social and technological advances made in the past 2000 years or so....seriously, it's like me finding a cave painting and telling you that you can't mow your lawn on odd numbered Saturdays because it's wrong. Seriously. God spoke to me. Let that shiat grow on the first! I guess I just wish people believed in what they wanted, but didn't force it on the general public for the sole reason of "this is what this book told me to believe."

It's worse than that. There's a belief among many that the Bible is both literal and infallible. The problem being there are inconsistencies in the Bible.

You're forgetting that they LOVE that there's inconsistencies, because that means they get to cherry-pick the bits and pieces they want to follow.


Ya beat me to it. Those inconsistencies are just the loopholes they love.
 
2012-08-25 05:47:33 AM
Read 3 comments. Returning to bed. The stupidity is toxic.
 
2012-08-25 05:53:01 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: optikeye: [graphics8.nytimes.com image 533x326]

It's not just Reagan - he certainly started it, but the true nosedive into the bowels of insanity didn't start until the Tea Party began.


You are forgetting President Cowboy, and his proud ignorance
 
2012-08-25 06:03:52 AM
 
2012-08-25 06:06:30 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: optikeye: [graphics8.nytimes.com image 533x326]

It's not just Reagan - he certainly started it, but the true nosedive into the bowels of insanity didn't start until the Tea Party began.


The Tea Party was the harvest. The Southern strategy plowed the field and Reagan/Falwell planted the seeds. Check Bachmann's bio. These idiots didn't come out of nowhere.
 
2012-08-25 06:07:02 AM

publikenemy: Link


But Obama is so great that his jobs czar is voting for Romney. I submitted this yesterday with the laughable thought that it may get greenlit. I should've known better. Nothing critical of Obama can get greenlit on fark
 
2012-08-25 06:10:27 AM

publikenemy: publikenemy: Link

But Obama is so great that his jobs czar is voting for Romney. I submitted this yesterday with the laughable thought that it may get greenlit. I should've known better. Nothing critical of Obama can get greenlit on fark


If you're going to lie so obviously, who will bother clicking your link?
 
2012-08-25 06:12:42 AM
Which is worse, them or the vermin who support them? GOPers are a disgusting menace.
 
2012-08-25 06:17:02 AM

robohobo: Max Awesome: Your country is doomed.

DOOMED!!!

It's going to be such a fun ride.


First thing I thought of

youtube cartoon safe for work.
 
2012-08-25 06:17:23 AM
*reading comments* Lots of focus on GOP stupidity and corruption, which granted is at an all time high, but little to say about the stupidity and corruption of their counterparts. Let's be fair here, ALL politicians share the stupid gene it would seem. Partisanism... *sigh* kinda pointless when NONE of them are on your side. It's like... high school nerds taking sides with either the football players or the hockey players with little regard to the fact that they're getting stuffed in a locker either way.
 
2012-08-25 06:18:52 AM

batcookie: *reading comments* Lots of focus on GOP stupidity and corruption, which granted is at an all time high, but little to say about the stupidity and corruption of their counterparts. Let's be fair here, ALL politicians share the stupid gene it would seem. Partisanism... *sigh* kinda pointless when NONE of them are on your side. It's like... high school nerds taking sides with either the football players or the hockey players with little regard to the fact that they're getting stuffed in a locker either way.


Calling both sides bad is defensive mechanism to protect the evil acts of the GOP.

Don't do it.
 
2012-08-25 06:19:26 AM

batcookie: *reading comments* Lots of focus on GOP stupidity and corruption, which granted is at an all time high, but little to say about the stupidity and corruption of their counterparts. Let's be fair here, ALL politicians share the stupid gene it would seem. Partisanism... *sigh* kinda pointless when NONE of them are on your side. It's like... high school nerds taking sides with either the football players or the hockey players with little regard to the fact that they're getting stuffed in a locker either way.


Both sides are bad, you say?
 
2012-08-25 06:19:54 AM

Alphax: publikenemy: publikenemy: Link

But Obama is so great that his jobs czar is voting for Romney. I submitted this yesterday with the laughable thought that it may get greenlit. I should've known better. Nothing critical of Obama can get greenlit on fark

If you're going to lie so obviously, who will bother clicking your link?


What is it I'm lying about? Maybe I should search Fark for some headlines critical of the pres. I could be wrong yes..I may stand corrected, but I can't recall any. I voted for Obama, but now I won't. Just like the CEO of GE. Why is that so bad? Problem is, I don't like Romney either.
 
2012-08-25 06:22:46 AM

publikenemy: What is it I'm lying about? Maybe I should search Fark for some headlines critical of the pres. I could be wrong yes..I may stand corrected, but I can't recall any.


I'm not playing that game.
 
2012-08-25 06:22:52 AM

Agent Smiths Laugh: robohobo: Max Awesome: Your country is doomed.

DOOMED!!!

It's going to be such a fun ride.

Not so sure about that. Now an apocalyptic deadland of abandoned buildings and empty towns could be refreshing, but the getting there is certain to be rather difficult.


Use fast travel!
 
2012-08-25 06:23:40 AM
How did they not include NC Rep Virginia Foxx, Chair of the Subcommittee on Higher Education, who has called for ZERO federal funding for education.....

"There are no Americans who don't have healthcare. Everybody in this country has access to healthcare."

"I believe we have more to fear from the potential of that bill passing than we do from any terrorist right now in any country." (referring to the Affordable Care Act).
 
2012-08-25 06:25:28 AM

Alphax: batcookie: *reading comments* Lots of focus on GOP stupidity and corruption, which granted is at an all time high, but little to say about the stupidity and corruption of their counterparts. Let's be fair here, ALL politicians share the stupid gene it would seem. Partisanism... *sigh* kinda pointless when NONE of them are on your side. It's like... high school nerds taking sides with either the football players or the hockey players with little regard to the fact that they're getting stuffed in a locker either way.

Calling both sides bad is defensive mechanism to protect the evil acts of the GOP.

Don't do it.


I'm not GOP, I actually dislike republicans more than democrats. However, as a psychologist who studies the human brain and knows power's effects on it, as well as the effects of being so isolated from reality inside their little capitol building on their ability to think critically and realistically... Yes, both sides ARE bad. Because they're human.
 
2012-08-25 06:27:17 AM

batcookie: Alphax: batcookie: *reading comments* Lots of focus on GOP stupidity and corruption, which granted is at an all time high, but little to say about the stupidity and corruption of their counterparts. Let's be fair here, ALL politicians share the stupid gene it would seem. Partisanism... *sigh* kinda pointless when NONE of them are on your side. It's like... high school nerds taking sides with either the football players or the hockey players with little regard to the fact that they're getting stuffed in a locker either way.

Calling both sides bad is defensive mechanism to protect the evil acts of the GOP.

Don't do it.

I'm not GOP, I actually dislike republicans more than democrats. However, as a psychologist who studies the human brain and knows power's effects on it, as well as the effects of being so isolated from reality inside their little capitol building on their ability to think critically and realistically... Yes, both sides ARE bad. Because they're human.


Stop that. It's like saying that jaywalking is a crime, and gencide is a crime, so both are bad. It's intellectually dishonest.
 
2012-08-25 06:28:14 AM

publikenemy: Alphax: publikenemy: publikenemy: Link

But Obama is so great that his jobs czar is voting for Romney. I submitted this yesterday with the laughable thought that it may get greenlit. I should've known better. Nothing critical of Obama can get greenlit on fark

If you're going to lie so obviously, who will bother clicking your link?

What is it I'm lying about? Maybe I should search Fark for some headlines critical of the pres. I could be wrong yes..I may stand corrected, but I can't recall any. I voted for Obama, but now I won't. Just like the CEO of GE. Why is that so bad? Problem is, I don't like Romney either.


Even your own link says it's not confirmed...and it's from a Fox-tard originally. Even when they're telling the truth...they're lying.
So, stop helping them.
 
2012-08-25 06:28:56 AM

batcookie: I'm not GOP, I actually dislike republicans more than democrats. However, as a psychologist who studies the human brain and knows power's effects on it, as well as the effects of being so isolated from reality inside their little capitol building on their ability to think critically and realistically... Yes, both sides ARE bad. Because they're human.


The problem is that we're talking about "Imperfect" versus "Actively destructive."
 
2012-08-25 06:31:34 AM

publikenemy: Alphax: publikenemy: publikenemy: Link

But Obama is so great that his jobs czar is voting for Romney. I submitted this yesterday with the laughable thought that it may get greenlit. I should've known better. Nothing critical of Obama can get greenlit on fark


That's from March. That's an eternity in an election year.
 
2012-08-25 06:32:08 AM

Alphax: batcookie: Alphax: batcookie: *reading comments* Lots of focus on GOP stupidity and corruption, which granted is at an all time high, but little to say about the stupidity and corruption of their counterparts. Let's be fair here, ALL politicians share the stupid gene it would seem. Partisanism... *sigh* kinda pointless when NONE of them are on your side. It's like... high school nerds taking sides with either the football players or the hockey players with little regard to the fact that they're getting stuffed in a locker either way.

Calling both sides bad is defensive mechanism to protect the evil acts of the GOP.

Don't do it.

I'm not GOP, I actually dislike republicans more than democrats. However, as a psychologist who studies the human brain and knows power's effects on it, as well as the effects of being so isolated from reality inside their little capitol building on their ability to think critically and realistically... Yes, both sides ARE bad. Because they're human.

Stop that. It's like saying that jaywalking is a crime, and gencide is a crime, so both are bad. It's intellectually dishonest.


Fluorescent Testicle: batcookie: I'm not GOP, I actually dislike republicans more than democrats. However, as a psychologist who studies the human brain and knows power's effects on it, as well as the effects of being so isolated from reality inside their little capitol building on their ability to think critically and realistically... Yes, both sides ARE bad. Because they're human.

The problem is that we're talking about "Imperfect" versus "Actively destructive."



Hyperbole. We all put way too much stock in the side we think is "the correct side." Humans are humans, and they all act pretty much the same. The differences are in approach, but the results are never good when humans are involved. I'm not saying these crazies aren't dangerous, what I'm saying is the alternatives are far from a picnic. The obvious solution would be to vote for neither and end this ridiculous two party system for good.
 
2012-08-25 06:33:46 AM

batcookie: Hyperbole. We all put way too much stock in the side we think is "the correct side."


No, it's NOT hyperbole. That's the problem.
 
2012-08-25 06:37:32 AM
Oh there's plenty of crazy to go around.

images.politico.com

3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-08-25 06:40:37 AM

batcookie: Alphax: batcookie: Alphax: batcookie: *reading comments* Lots of focus on GOP stupidity and corruption, which granted is at an all time high, but little to say about the stupidity and corruption of their counterparts. Let's be fair here, ALL politicians share the stupid gene it would seem. Partisanism... *sigh* kinda pointless when NONE of them are on your side. It's like... high school nerds taking sides with either the football players or the hockey players with little regard to the fact that they're getting stuffed in a locker either way.

Calling both sides bad is defensive mechanism to protect the evil acts of the GOP.

Don't do it.

I'm not GOP, I actually dislike republicans more than democrats. However, as a psychologist who studies the human brain and knows power's effects on it, as well as the effects of being so isolated from reality inside their little capitol building on their ability to think critically and realistically... Yes, both sides ARE bad. Because they're human.

Stop that. It's like saying that jaywalking is a crime, and gencide is a crime, so both are bad. It's intellectually dishonest.

Fluorescent Testicle: batcookie: I'm not GOP, I actually dislike republicans more than democrats. However, as a psychologist who studies the human brain and knows power's effects on it, as well as the effects of being so isolated from reality inside their little capitol building on their ability to think critically and realistically... Yes, both sides ARE bad. Because they're human.

The problem is that we're talking about "Imperfect" versus "Actively destructive."


Hyperbole. We all put way too much stock in the side we think is "the correct side." Humans are humans, and they all act pretty much the same. The differences are in approach, but the results are never good when humans are involved. I'm not saying these crazies aren't dangerous, what I'm saying is the alternatives are far from a picnic. The obvious solution would be to vote for neither and end t ...


Problem is multi- and one-party systems are often worse. Or did you have a different idea in mind?
 
2012-08-25 06:41:15 AM
In dealing with Congress (or any other governmental body) it's always a good thing to remember the immortal words of former President Harry S. Truman, who said "The 'C' students run the world." Truer words were never spoken. Give 'em hell, Harry.

www.visitingdc.com
 
2012-08-25 06:42:47 AM
I want to mention before this goes to Global Thermonuclear levels of Derp, that this is probably the only comment thread on Fark in the Politics that i've been able to sit through without much desire to bash my head into shiat.

That being said, the state of our politics have been generally sad for a while, but now-a-days they're doing a great job of scaring the hell out of me. When do we split the country in half between the two so we can move on with our lives, let the jesus folks be with jesus, and the rest of us be with technology, science, and our god damn dinosaur fossils?
 
2012-08-25 06:43:41 AM

PunGent:

Even your own link says it's not confirmed...and it's from a Fox-tard originally. Even when they're telling the truth...they're lying.
So, stop helping them.


Ya well, apparently this news has been out for a while now, and Immelt hasn't denied it..as he most certainly would if he was still in Obamas camp.
 
2012-08-25 06:55:58 AM

cameroncrazy1984: I think The Newsroom might have shamed some people into doing some actual journalism!


This is actual journalism? its an opinion piece. I think you see it as art because he is spouting crap you want to hear.

/ just because someone knows differently than you do does not automatically mean they know less than you do.
 
2012-08-25 06:59:35 AM
Instead of "both sides bad" just post a list comparable to the article, examples included.

Cuz otherwise ya got nothin' and can just STFU.

There's the Guam guy, right? And Biden, he runs his mouth some, huh?

Should be easy.
 
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