Garet Garrett: Look, if I get to redefine your words for you, I can prove that everything you say is a lie.
Garet Garrett: jso2897: EnviroDude: It's FAUX News and everything they say is a lie. So the article has to be a complete fabrication./ what I have learned on FARKWell, in the actual polls that matter (adjusted to EC vote) Obama still has a comfortable lead - but if the numbers get any softer (and they should, with the inevitable "convention bump"), you'll be seeing more pro-Obama stuff on faux news. Rupert doesn't want to lose his main meal ticket, you know.jso2897: EnviroDude: It's FAUX News and everything they say is a lie. So the article has to be a complete fabrication./ what I have learned on FARKWell, in the actual polls that matter (adjusted to EC vote) Obama still has a comfortable lead - but if the numbers get any softer (and they should, with the inevitable "convention bump"), you'll be seeing more pro-Obama stuff on faux news. Rupert doesn't want to lose his main meal ticket, you know.What's the European Community's voting pattern got to do with Presidential polling?
NotARocketScientist: Lsherm: Relatively Obscure: borg: Written by an openly gay Democrat.I for one can see how whether or not this writer is gay is a very important point to make. Thanks for driving that most important of points home for us.If you look her up, she's an activist for gay and liberal causes. Since the Republican platform isn't exactly gay or liberal friendly, it's a fair fact to note. It's no different than pointing out when someone from the Family Research Council writes an article against the Democratic platform.She's not a journalist, she's an advocate. There's nothing wrong with that, but context is key.Whether or not someone is gay is pertinent to whether or not facts are facts.In addition to being irrelevant to the story, who said that because someone advocates for gays, that they are openly gay? They could still be in the closet, or they could be someone who takes the 'liberty and justice for all' part of the pledge of allegiance seriously and is offended by the second class citizenship status we give gays./not gay but is offended by their treatment
Myrl_Redding: I like the slogan in the photo, "We can chance it."
jrw8778: Hrm...looks like opposite day. Guess I'm going to work naked.
PreMortem: Why no comments section on that page, I need a good scare/laugh.
itsfullofstars: Ryan's speech was my favorite part of the GOP convention, it was so theatrical:clicky clicky
s2s2s2: Garet Garrett: 2. The plant closed in May 2009. My records indicate that Obama had taken office by then. As Ryan says, take some responsibility, people.I did.During GM's 2008 annual shareholder meeting on June 3, 2008, CEO Rick Wagoner announced that the Janesville assembly plant would close by 2010, along with three other GM factories, and could close sooner if the market dictated.Decisions lead to actions.
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Hobodeluxe: [media.gazettextra.com image 700x408]"We need to maintain our competitive edge in a global by ensuring that plants like this one stay open for another hundred years, and shuttered factories re-open as new industries that promise new jobs. And we need to put more Americans to work doing jobs that need to be done right here in America."Barack Obama at the General Motors plant in Janesville, Wisconsin on February 13, 2008.
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