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2012-08-31 03:41:45 PM
8 votes:
Psst. He's trying to scare dems into voting. They should be scared and vote.
2012-08-31 03:46:19 PM
5 votes:

CPennypacker: Psst. He's trying to scare dems Americans into voting. They should be scared and vote.


If every eligible American voted, there would be no chance of a Romney Presidency.

Which is, of course, why there are so many Republican-led voter disenfranchisement policies in place.
2012-08-31 02:53:52 PM
5 votes:
So suddenly conservatives care about what Moore says?
2012-08-31 04:53:57 PM
4 votes:

CPennypacker: Psst. He's trying to scare dems into voting. They should be scared and vote.


He could easily be right. There have been more crazy gaps that have been closed and overcome.

Every pro Obama person seems convinced that Obama is going to win. That alone should scare the Democrats. People that say "I'm voting, I always vote, I'm voting for Obama" have a good chance of sitting on the couch (who will know?) because they *know* Obama is going to win.

Look at the Republicans. They are in arms (as usual). They are preparing and circling their wagons getting ready to give it their best. What he says makes a lot of sense.. if you were just watching the election and got to vote on your cellphone Obama would win, hands down. But this isn't how elections are held and I can already see all the signs that Dems aren't going to turn out like Reps are.

hubris kills and the Dems have plenty. They don't want to believe this man that the Republicans hated in their primaries... that wonderbread and wonder jr. who are holding an axe over medicare's head... could possibly beat Obama. But they can and it's becoming more and more likely that they will.

The lies have been steady and gobbled up. The doubts about R&R are getting thinner and thinner. And the money.... they have SO MUCH MONEY over Obama, and money wins elections. Undecided voters are the stupidest people on the planet (and a demographic that usually turns out in high numbers) and they will be barraged with pro-Romney rhetoric between now and November

you think you've lost faith in your nation just looking at the nutjob Republicans?
wait until the depression that hits when your watching the map light up and realize Democrats didn't even turn out to hand Obama his 'guaranteed win'.

4.bp.blogspot.com
2012-08-31 03:41:21 PM
4 votes:
Moore is just trying to light a fire under progressives who still are harumphing that Obama dare kill enemies of the US without asking first and didn't hang Dick Cheney from the Washington Monument.

or he's gone stupid, that's entirely a possibility too.
2012-08-31 02:49:31 PM
4 votes:
Auto-playing piece of shiat, huck you fluff po.
2012-08-31 04:24:53 PM
3 votes:

WombatControl: Mitt Romney said "fark it" to all of them. He didn't appear wooden last night. He didn't walk away from Bain.


This is the scariest part. The man doesn't need to run away from his obviously detrimental past. People don't CARE. They don't care the man is a crook and a liar.

And yes, money is a BIG pusher. May I remind you peeps...

XKCD style office run
2012-08-31 03:43:50 PM
3 votes:
That's crap. It's not how many that vote, it's who counts the votes.
2012-08-31 03:43:10 PM
3 votes:
Romney himself doesn't bother me politically. He's a standard say/do anything guy who won't do to much good/bad for the country. I don't like him personally and he has a face that my fist wants to meet for some reason though.

It's the other Republicans that worry me, some of them haven't 'gone rogue' they've left the farking planet. I'd be ok with the crazy turned up to 11, but some of these people have go to ludicrous speed.
2012-08-31 03:42:37 PM
3 votes:
To assume that the other side are just a bunch of ignoramuses who are supported by people who believe that Adam and Eve rode on dinosaurs 6,000 years ago is to completely misjudge the opposition.

I don't care much about michael moore, but he's right about this. People would do well to avoid any sense of security looking at electoral college maps or Nate Silver's predictions.
2012-08-31 11:36:41 PM
2 votes:

MindStalker: The My Little Pony Killer: He's fear-mongering. Probably has another film coming up.

Fear-mongering, yes, he is using your fear to convense you to vote and not just assume its in the bag. This type of fear pushing in neccesary, as too many would stay at home and Romney just might win.


Even if it is a done deal for Obama, I'm still going to go out and vote anyway. I WANT to take part in extending a collective middle-finger to the face of every teabagger, Randroid, plutocrat, rightard, and supply-side jaggoff out there.
2012-08-31 09:00:06 PM
2 votes:

dervish16108: The 2016 democratic front-runner would likely be New York's Andrew Cuomo, the Koch-funded conservative who's been cutting social safety nets since he got into office. He'll make Obama look like Bernie Sanders.

I think by 2020, the democratic party will have politicians on par with Gingrich (regardless of whether they win or lose the next few elections), and the republicans will have reached new rightward limits reminiscent of a banana republic.


I'd rather see that go the other way. After Romney loses this election, the GOP frontrunners for 2016 could be people like Rubio and Huntsman. That would give the Democrats a chance to pull back to the left, maybe bringing in some of the Green Party types. Or let the Democrats become a centrist party, and hope for a combination of young Hollywood donors, college professors, and social media to propel the Green Party into an actual left-wing influence.

Cause if this whole "two right-wing parties" thing keeps up, the rest of the world is going to leave us in the dust.
2012-08-31 05:06:20 PM
2 votes:
A Romney Administration will go after Internet pr0n and make the enforcement of television "decency" regulations a priority. Vote Obama.

//It may be that simple.
BOZ
2012-08-31 04:46:53 PM
2 votes:

vygramul: karmaceutical: vygramul: Walker: Who cares what he says, he's fat!

/Typical Republican response to anything Michael Moore says

To be fair, it's what Democrats like to say about Chris Christie. Being fat evokes an equal-opportunity ad-hominem.

Moore is, however, a douche.

Bless your heart...

Not sure what you mean by that.


It's a southern thing meaning: you sure are a stupid farking idiot, but I'll be polite about how I say it
2012-08-31 04:46:38 PM
2 votes:

vygramul: karmaceutical: vygramul: Walker: Who cares what he says, he's fat!

/Typical Republican response to anything Michael Moore says

To be fair, it's what Democrats like to say about Chris Christie. Being fat evokes an equal-opportunity ad-hominem.

Moore is, however, a douche.

Bless your heart...

Not sure what you mean by that.


It seems to be a nice southern way of saying you are dumb as fark.
2012-08-31 04:13:44 PM
2 votes:

hutchkc: Romney himself doesn't bother me politically. He's a standard say/do anything guy who won't do to much good/bad for the country. I don't like him personally and he has a face that my fist wants to meet for some reason though.

It's the other Republicans that worry me, some of them haven't 'gone rogue' they've left the farking planet. I'd be ok with the crazy turned up to 11, but some of these people have go to ludicrous speed.


I felt that way about W. I was really, really wrong.
2012-08-31 04:02:21 PM
2 votes:
fark, now I'm forced to agree with something that socialist bastard said...

Romney is going to win, and not just because he's outraising Obama and has more cash on hand. He's going to win because Obama's whole strategy was based around making voters afraid of Romney. All this summer I've heard about how robotic Romney is, how he can't dare talk about Bain, how he's so out-of-touch, all the usual left-wing Obama Approved® talking points.

Mitt Romney said "fark it" to all of them. He didn't appear wooden last night. He didn't walk away from Bain. He showed a hell of a lot more life in him than I've ever seen from the guy. If that Mitt Romney shows up in the debates, it might not be that close.

And here's the thing: poll after poll shows that Obama is stuck right around 47% of the vote. I don't expect he'll get less than that-this won't be a blowout like 1980 or 1984. But the thing is that Obama rarely polls above that level. All Romney needs to do in a race this tight is pull a majority of the remaning undecided voters.

And if you're not in Obama's camp already, I don't think you're going to be be pursuaded after four years of constant speeches and fawning media attention. The people on the fence are not people likely to vote for the President, they're people who will either vote for Romney or stay home in November. And then it just comes out to base turnout, and that benefits the GOP. Obama is not going to get the same turnout he got in 2008, and the composition of the electorate is not going to look like 2008. What we're going to see is an electorate much more like 2010 or 2004 then 2008. And that's not good news for Obama.

Watching the polls, Obama's only up .5% in the RCP average. Labor Day will mess with polling, so I don't expect to see a huge shift in momentum. But if after the DNC the race is still tied, I expect Romney will win.

Watch the swing state polls too - those start reverting to the national mean about this time. Now Romney can start spending his campaign war chest in earnest.

All Romney has to do is cut that bio video from last night into a series of ads and run them in the swing states. Obama's scaremongering doesn't play well, and if the DNC plays out like I think it will, it's possible Obama's numbers might actually go down.

I've predicted that we would start to see the race shifting after the conventions - so far, that's looking like the way it will play out.

Oh wait, this is Fark, we're all supposed to believe that Dear Leader will win 72 states and at least 158% of the vote...
2012-08-31 03:52:27 PM
2 votes:
As a far left liberal I want to like Moore, but he just comes off as assholish to me. Bowling for Columbine was good but after, meh............

He says some stupid flame worthy stuff sometimes and sometimes he gets it right, but he isn't someone that should be speaking for anyone else.
2012-08-31 03:49:58 PM
2 votes:

Decillion: Thing is... The Republicans probably wouldn't mind losing. When they have something to complain about/hate, the money/ratings come rolling in.

If they won, then they would actually have to come up with some ideas.


ohwaityoureserious.jpg

I mean, unless stripping people of civil rights and expanding military spending to keep the debt ballooning count as ideas.
2012-08-31 03:46:25 PM
2 votes:
mommy, the fat man is scaring me. Make him fly, mommy! Make him fly!
2012-08-31 03:43:01 PM
2 votes:
He's concerned about all that billionaire money that Citizens United allowed into the election.
2012-08-31 03:38:10 PM
2 votes:

twobux: Still not believing it. Electoral-vote.com still shows President Obama up 332-206. But if Romney picks up Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and North Carolina from Obama in '08, it's 269-269. Romney-Biden, baby!


I don't believe in demonic girls climbing out of wells to be real either but I though the "The Ring" was scary. When Moore says we should get use to the term "President Romney" I shat myself.
2012-08-31 03:05:46 PM
2 votes:

violentsalvation: Auto-playing piece of shiat, huck you fluff po.


And this is why I never click on HuffPo links anymore.

Also, what are we supposed to practice? Not laughing uncontrollably after saying it?
2012-08-31 02:44:37 PM
2 votes:
He's fear-mongering. Probably has another film coming up.
2012-08-31 11:48:31 PM
1 votes:

TV's Vinnie: Even if it is a done deal for Obama, I'm still going to go out and vote anyway. I WANT to take part in extending a collective middle-finger to the face of every teabagger, Randroid, plutocrat, rightard, and supply-side jaggoff out there.


I'm in Texas and therefore my vote means nothing (thanks, electoral college), but I'm voting just so I can tell any Teahadists who approach me outside the polls to go fark themselves.

And I'm tempted to, if Obama wins, go around town that night pasting signs of his grinning face everywhere accompanied by the caption "U MAD?"
2012-08-31 06:56:03 PM
1 votes:

dervish16108: saintstryfe: Moore is just trying to light a fire under progressives who still are harumphing that Obama dare kill enemies of the US without asking first and didn't hang Dick Cheney from the Washington Monument.

Nice strawman. Virtually everyone who identifies as "progressive" (too afraid to say the word liberal?) will vote democrat no matter what. President Obama could abolish medicare, and they'll still vote for him, just so long as republicans not only pledge to abolish medicare, but force grandmothers to shine the shoes of 1%ers.


Have you missed all the whining about how Obama failed to do any of a number of unconstitutional things to circumvent the Republican abuse of the legislative process? I mean, I agree they're going to show up for him when push comes to shove, but their biggest grievance these past four years seems to be that he didn't want to be "their" Bush.
2012-08-31 06:33:55 PM
1 votes:

coeyagi: Phil Moskowitz: You're all kind of screwed up people without a real basis in reality. Who do you turn to?

What are you on about?

//are you here for drugs?
///I don't know why I'm here. What are you here for?
//// drugs.


You're on the brink of electing a corporatist president. Do you have any clue what that is?
2012-08-31 05:59:45 PM
1 votes:

Mrtraveler01: WombatControl: Romney is going to win, and not just because he's outraising Obama and has more cash on hand. He's going to win because Obama's whole strategy was based around making voters afraid of Romney. All this summer I've heard about how robotic Romney is, how he can't dare talk about Bain, how he's so out-of-touch, all the usual left-wing Obama Approved® talking points.

Mitt Romney said "fark it" to all of them. He didn't appear wooden last night. He didn't walk away from Bain. He showed a hell of a lot more life in him than I've ever seen from the guy. If that Mitt Romney shows up in the debates, it might not be that close.

Yeah, he said a lot of pretty things but no concrete plan of action.


"I have a plan that will create 8 million jobs"

Oh yeah...well I have a plan that will create 10 million jobs. Beat that Romney!


And in which country will you create those jobs, Mr. Romney?
2012-08-31 05:58:10 PM
1 votes:

WombatControl: Romney is going to win, and not just because he's outraising Obama and has more cash on hand. He's going to win because Obama's whole strategy was based around making voters afraid of Romney. All this summer I've heard about how robotic Romney is, how he can't dare talk about Bain, how he's so out-of-touch, all the usual left-wing Obama Approved® talking points.

Mitt Romney said "fark it" to all of them. He didn't appear wooden last night. He didn't walk away from Bain. He showed a hell of a lot more life in him than I've ever seen from the guy. If that Mitt Romney shows up in the debates, it might not be that close.


Yeah, he said a lot of pretty things but no concrete plan of action.


"I have a plan that will create 8 million jobs"

Oh yeah...well I have a plan that will create 10 million jobs. Beat that Romney!
2012-08-31 05:15:19 PM
1 votes:

whidbey: IntertubeUser: A Romney Administration will go after Internet pr0n and make the enforcement of television "decency" regulations a priority. Vote Obama.

//It may be that simple.

Only if you can really say with a straight face that 51% of this country buys into that kind of puritanism. I can't.


Technically, you only need 51% of the 40% of Americans who vote.
2012-08-31 05:14:48 PM
1 votes:

whidbey: IntertubeUser: A Romney Administration will go after Internet pr0n and make the enforcement of television "decency" regulations a priority. Vote Obama.

//It may be that simple.

Only if you can really say with a straight face that 51% of this country buys into that kind of puritanism. I can't.


Do you really think that 51% of Americans were that bothered by Janet Jackson's boob? Do you think that every law and regulation on the books is supported by +51% of Americans?

This election is the Theocrats vs. the sane, rational rest of us.

If Romney wins, start stocking up on Sears catalogs.
2012-08-31 05:03:08 PM
1 votes:

Cat Food Sandwiches: I love the way the Libtards whine about how Rmoney is going to outspend Obama. If BO hadn't outspent McCain 3 to 1, we'd all be saying President Mac.


You betcha!

*wink*
2012-08-31 04:52:17 PM
1 votes:

vygramul: karmaceutical: vygramul: karmaceutical: vygramul: Walker: Who cares what he says, he's fat!

/Typical Republican response to anything Michael Moore says

To be fair, it's what Democrats like to say about Chris Christie. Being fat evokes an equal-opportunity ad-hominem.

Moore is, however, a douche.

Bless your heart...

Not sure what you mean by that.

You'll get there. Keep trying!

You sound concerned.


FWIW, Moore usually annoys me. But aside from the sideshow, he does make some pertinent points that nobody else in the mainstream is. They don't even dare. If that's being a "douche," so what?

Do you think he should be nicer about some of hard unpleasant truths in this country?
2012-08-31 04:51:25 PM
1 votes:

WombatControl: They said that we would cut $716 from Medicare - that's A) not going to happen


Why not?
2012-08-31 04:50:30 PM
1 votes:

WombatControl: I know how the CBO works.


You sure about that? From that link:

"What Blahous calls "double counting" is actually the "unified budget process," an accounting method that considers the spending and revenues of the entire federal budget over a 10 year period and the way Congress keeps track of its dollars. It's the same math that the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) relied on to conclude in 2010 that the law "would produce a net reduction in federal deficits of $143 billion over the 2010-2019 period as result of changes in direct spending and revenues."
2012-08-31 04:45:22 PM
1 votes:
I can recall people saying "no way can Bush get re-elected" a lot around here too.

never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups

especially when the have all the billionaires,a good portion of the media and religious zealotry behind them
2012-08-31 04:40:45 PM
1 votes:
I prefer The Schrödinger's President.
if romney wins simply on the fact that he gets fistfulls of cash in comparison to obamas fundraising, this country is off the farking cliff.
especially after he gets hung out to dry in the debates.
he took a 4 point dip FROM HIS OWN CONVENTION. spend yer way out of nate silver predictions, i dare you.
2012-08-31 04:39:43 PM
1 votes:

Serious Black: tinyarena: "I think people should start to practice the words 'President Romney.'

Okay, let's give it a try:
President Etch-a-Sketch
Hmmm,,,nope
President Vulture Capitalist
Damn, not even close
President Right Wing Reactionary
Oh now COME ON!
President Off-Shoring

Dang! This is harder than I thought!

President Schrödinger?


www.bitlogic.com
2012-08-31 04:38:26 PM
1 votes:

WombatControl: themindiswatching: WombatControl: They know that programs like Medicare won't be around for much longer

Affordable Care Act helped extend Medicare's solvency by 12 years

Yes, I know, let's make Medicare more solvent! How, you ask? We'll cut $716 billion from Medicare.* Oh, but don't worry, those are good cuts.

*Never mind the fact that we're gonig to count those cuts twice, spending them to bolster the CBO score for ObamaCare while at the same time pretending that the $716 billion is going back into the Medicare trust fund. Because through the magic of bullshiat we can make $1 into $2!


You're a good little soldier, yes you are!
2012-08-31 04:38:08 PM
1 votes:

WombatControl:

Watching the polls, Obama's only up .5% in the RCP average. Labor Day will mess with polling, so I don't expect to see a huge shift in momentum. But if after the DNC the race is still tied, I expect Romney will win.


RCP average? The people that weight 2 week old, 1 day old, RV and LV polls exactly the same, regardless of pollster or previous accuracy? You are gonna have to clap a LOT harder than that if you want Tinkerbell to live.

4 years of Fox, hundreds of millions of dollars in attack ads, and a nominee who at one point or another has agreed with every political position evar, and your captain of industry still can't muster a lead against an admitted cocaine using african american presiding over a painfully slow recovery. Dude if you can't even pull ahead now, with all the horrible things that Obama has apparently done that should be clear to the dullest observer,nothing short of a nuclear war is going to change that over the next 60 days.
2012-08-31 04:38:03 PM
1 votes:

Mike Chewbacca: WombatControl: Yes, I know, let's make Medicare more solvent! How, you ask? We'll cut $716 billion from Medicare.* Oh, but don't worry, those are good cuts.

Uh, yeah, they're spending cuts.


And last I checked, the GOP was big on spending cuts, especially in government.
2012-08-31 04:32:24 PM
1 votes:

The My Little Pony Killer: WombatControl: He's going to win because Obama's whole strategy was based around making voters afraid of Romney.

Is today Backwards Day?


Nope... different kind of day...

24fpsmoviereviews.files.wordpress.com
2012-08-31 04:31:18 PM
1 votes:
I think this is a legitimate concern. The lesson of the Wisconsin recall election was "outspend your opponent 8-to-1 and you will win." Expect a deluge of Romney ads in the waning days of the election. I can only hope that Obama is holding something truly damning in reserve, and that Romney will blurt out something truly unbelievable, which he has a tendency to do. The trick is to get him in front of an audience exactly 50% normal and 50% Teabagger. In his uncontrollable need to pander to both sides simultaenously, he might come out with something good, like "One of the most important lessons I learned during my days as the Zodiac Killer..."
2012-08-31 04:30:50 PM
1 votes:
Michael Moore threads draw righty-trolls like shiat draws flies - he's the kind of "librul" they can relate to.
2012-08-31 04:29:19 PM
1 votes:

Cat Food Sandwiches: the Libtards


Oh that's really going to get you taken seriously.

Good job.
2012-08-31 04:25:46 PM
1 votes:

WombatControl: They know that programs like Medicare won't be around for much longer


Affordable Care Act helped extend Medicare's solvency by 12 years
2012-08-31 04:19:31 PM
1 votes:

skykid: Sure Michael I'll just leave this here for you.

[farm9.staticflickr.com image 197x500]


That's like posting the point spread before a big game. It might show who should win. Doesn't show who will win
2012-08-31 04:18:49 PM
1 votes:

hutchkc: Romney himself doesn't bother me politically. He's a standard say/do anything guy who won't do to much good/bad for the country. I don't like him personally and he has a face that my fist wants to meet for some reason though.

It's the other Republicans that worry me, some of them haven't 'gone rogue' they've left the farking planet. I'd be ok with the crazy turned up to 11, but some of these people have go to ludicrous speed.


That's exactly the problem though. If a GOP-controlled Congress sent Mitt Romney a bill that, say, completely abolished Medicare, or doubled national defense spending, or cutting taxes so much that they couldn't balance the budget no matter what, do you think he's going to veto those things? Or is he going to sign the bill? Grover Norquist has already stated that he just wants Mitt Romney to sign what Congress puts in front of him.
2012-08-31 04:17:26 PM
1 votes:

tricycleracer: Can we all agree as a nation that Michael Moore is a waste of space?


No.

In fact, pretty sure you're in the minority here. You mad?
2012-08-31 04:15:53 PM
1 votes:

WombatControl: He's going to win because Obama's whole strategy was based around making voters afraid of Romney.


He's the one who'll sign the bill to end Medicare. Why shouldn't they be afraid of him?
2012-08-31 04:11:26 PM
1 votes:

WombatControl: He's going to win because Obama's whole strategy was based around making voters afraid of Romney.


Is today Backwards Day?
2012-08-31 04:10:20 PM
1 votes:

ClintonKun: Didn't more of the "base" watch Honey Boo Boo than Romney's acceptance speech? I don't think many of them can muster up enough enthusiasm for Romney to bother voting for him.


That's not indicative of enthusiasm. The base is used to seeing Romney flail around the English language like an ostrich fighting a nasal parasite, and they're probably tired of hearing about it, too. They're gonna vote for him. So they tune out to avoid being exposed to anything that might make them feel worse about voting for him, and tune into that Boo Boo crap to make them feel better about themselves. It's a win win.
2012-08-31 04:01:55 PM
1 votes:

Virtual Pariah: CPennypacker: Psst. He's trying to scare dems into voting. They should be scared and vote.

+1


+1
2012-08-31 04:01:46 PM
1 votes:
Tactic: Scare Base Into Action

I don't necessarily disagree with the over all sentiment that turn-out will largely determine this election, and the more to get the left and left-leaning sorts into the game and actually OUT there to vote, the better.

/Republicans are doing the exact same thing
2012-08-31 04:01:40 PM
1 votes:
Can we all agree as a nation that Michael Moore is a waste of space?
2012-08-31 04:00:01 PM
1 votes:
Citizens United.
That is all.
2012-08-31 03:58:40 PM
1 votes:

ModernPrimitive01: As a far left liberal I want to like Moore, but he just comes off as assholish to me. Bowling for Columbine was good but after, meh............

He says some stupid flame worthy stuff sometimes and sometimes he gets it right, but he isn't someone that should be speaking for anyone else.


He plays fast and loose with stats but his movies are faithful to the truth IMHO. Plus they are entertaining. For instance, I thought the way he represented Canadian health care in Sicko to be perfectly consistent with my own knowledge and experience.
2012-08-31 03:57:44 PM
1 votes:

VitruvianMonkey: Ah yes, because when I think of reasonable, well-thought-out political analysis, I think of Michael Moore.


...and then click on the Fark politics tab.
2012-08-31 03:56:30 PM
1 votes:

CPennypacker: Psst. He's trying to scare dems into voting. They should be scared and vote.


+1
2012-08-31 03:56:06 PM
1 votes:
So if I read that right, Moore is saying that it matters which side gets the most people out to vote. This is shocking news!
2012-08-31 03:53:27 PM
1 votes:
I tried, but I threw up in my mouth before I could say the whole thing.
2012-08-31 03:44:56 PM
1 votes:
With former UT Gov Leavitt spearheading the transition team picks, and stacking it with Mormons, we will be not be saying "White House Cabinet" but "White House Quorum."
Now THAT scares the shiat out of me.
2012-08-31 03:44:32 PM
1 votes:
Didn't more of the "base" watch Honey Boo Boo than Romney's acceptance speech? I don't think many of them can muster up enough enthusiasm for Romney to bother voting for him. Nevertheless, the Dems shouldn't be caught with their pants down thinking they can't lose.
2012-08-31 03:39:54 PM
1 votes:

MaudlinMutantMollusk: So suddenly conservatives care about what Moore says?

2012-08-31 03:37:30 PM
1 votes:

cameroncrazy1984: violentsalvation: Auto-playing piece of shiat, huck you fluff po.

And this is why I never click on HuffPo links anymore.

Also, what are we supposed to practice? Not laughing uncontrollably after saying it?


I think we're supposed to get used to it, kind of like getting used to the Cubs losing every year.
2012-08-31 03:11:08 PM
1 votes:
I have heard it said that this gentleman is excessively corpulent and the result of an out of wedlock union. It also seems that he is widely believed to be composed of an inordinate proportion of bovine excrement.
2012-08-31 02:27:46 PM
1 votes:
Who cares what he says, he's fat!

/Typical Republican response to anything Michael Moore says
 
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