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(Uproxx)   10 (not entirely batsh*t crazy) famous musicians you'd be surprised to learn are probably voting for Mitt Romney   (uproxx.com) divider line 369
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2012-09-05 10:49:09 PM

gweilo8888: DingleberryMoose: I specifically stated income taxes, and did so clearly. Sales and property taxes aren't federal taxes, and this is a discussion of a federal election. Bringing them into the discussion is disingenuous. Compare apples to apples.

And did so in response to my post, which was in itself in response to somebody making intentionally misleading claims that nearly half the country actually pays *no* tax, and instead gets given refunds without paying tax.

Now, which would you claim to be the more accurate characterization?

* Half the country pays zero tax and gets refunds, thereby getting money they shouldn't be entitled to?
* The whole country pays a significant amount of tax, just half of it makes those payments mostly in the form of payroll tax, and state / local taxation?

If you're honest, the answer is number two, which means your snark was irrelevant to the topic at hand. If you are claiming number one is more accurate, you are being deliberately disingenuous, and I can only see one reason you'd do that. (Well, two I guess: you might just have been brainwashed by somebody who knows they're paying less than their fair share.)


Neither is completely accurate, there isn't room to do so without a wall of text and subtlety of understanding unusual to this forum. Mine is more so relative to the topic at hand. The post to which you responded was obviously very inaccurate. I'm truly serious about loving the idea of a flat tax.
 
2012-09-06 12:17:04 AM
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not enough duff
 
2012-09-06 12:21:10 AM
Smart patriotic people who love the United States will vote for Romney.

The dumb, the damaged, the idiots and evil will vote for Obama
 
2012-09-06 01:17:41 AM
They are probably voting against Obama, not for Romney. Anyone that votes for Obama should have their citizenship revoked.
 
2012-09-06 01:27:52 AM
 
2012-09-06 01:30:07 AM

Don't Troll Me Bro!: What the fark is that? That doesn't even look human.


That right there is the textbook definition of the uncanny valley. I don't know what it is, but its farking scary.
 
2012-09-06 02:01:48 AM
Actually, I am not surprised.
 
2012-09-06 02:14:28 AM

The Southern Dandy: jj325: I'm very surprised to learn that Johnny Ramone will be voting for Romney

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Apparently, you don't know much about Johnny Ramone. He's always been a conservative.


The only good conservative punk rocker is a dead one. With all due respect to his memory, fark Johnny Ramone. His GOP-loving ass should have played country music instead.

/oh wait, he only knew 3 chords
//oh wait, that would've been no problem
///johnny ramone's prostate was a democrat
 
2012-09-06 05:43:09 AM

Don't Troll Me Bro!: What the fark is that? That doesn't even look human.
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Well within the uncanny valley, isn't she?
 
2012-09-06 06:14:55 AM

Oldiron_79: Dee Snider of Twisted Sister is also a republican, as is Dave Mustaine of Megadeth and pre sell out Metallica. Alice Cooper doesn't always support a particular party, but he supported McSame/Failin over Nobama back in '08


Dee Snider voted for Obama in 2008 and Alice Cooper is apolitical but he did make a joke about voting for Bush in 2004 because of all the douchey musicians who were pulling for Kerry. James Hetfield is also apolitical, though I have no idea how the rest of Metallica feels. Basically the GOP is left with the pissy cocker spaniel from Megadeth who will probably write in a Santorum vote.
 
2012-09-06 07:36:53 AM
I am shocked that people are allowed to have their own opinions.
 
2012-09-06 08:28:33 AM
Not a single one of those musicians shocked me that they might vote for Romney.
 
2012-09-06 10:26:48 AM
thamike: Oldiron_79: Dee Snider of Twisted Sister is also a republican, as is Dave Mustaine of Megadeth and pre sell out Metallica. Alice Cooper doesn't always support a particular party, but he supported McSame/Failin over Nobama back in '08

Dee Snider voted for Obama in 2008 and Alice Cooper is apolitical but he did make a joke about voting for Bush in 2004 because of all the douchey musicians who were pulling for Kerry. James Hetfield is also apolitical, though I have no idea how the rest of Metallica feels. Basically the GOP is left with the pissy cocker spaniel from Megadeth who will probably write in a Santorum vote.


Well Dee supported Bush both times even if he did allegedly go for Obama in '08. I didn't mention Hetfeld one way or the other I don't know why you dragged him into this
 
2012-09-06 10:34:33 AM

Oldiron_79: thamike: Oldiron_79: Dee Snider of Twisted Sister is also a republican, as is Dave Mustaine of Megadeth and pre sell out Metallica. Alice Cooper doesn't always support a particular party, but he supported McSame/Failin over Nobama back in '08

Dee Snider voted for Obama in 2008 and Alice Cooper is apolitical but he did make a joke about voting for Bush in 2004 because of all the douchey musicians who were pulling for Kerry. James Hetfield is also apolitical, though I have no idea how the rest of Metallica feels. Basically the GOP is left with the pissy cocker spaniel from Megadeth who will probably write in a Santorum vote.

Well Dee supported Bush both times even if he did allegedly go for Obama in '08. I didn't mention Hetfeld one way or the other I don't know why you dragged him into this


Who in Metallica were you talking about, then? Their bass player?
 
2012-09-06 10:37:40 AM

EVERYBODY PANIC: Johnson: I don't understand why the ones that say they are Libertarian are not endorsing Gary Johnson?

Gary Johnson is not Libertarian. Not in any measurable way. Those pesky Libertarians are quite serious about their own party line, and Gary doesn't walk it.


If I had a dime every time I've heard this one... The problem with Libertarians is each one thinks he is the only one who understands what a Real True Libertarian is. There are almost as many different types of Libertarians as there are Libertarians. See also: Baptists.
 
2012-09-06 11:05:49 AM

browntimmy: Oldiron_79: thamike: Oldiron_79: Dee Snider of Twisted Sister is also a republican, as is Dave Mustaine of Megadeth and pre sell out Metallica. Alice Cooper doesn't always support a particular party, but he supported McSame/Failin over Nobama back in '08

Dee Snider voted for Obama in 2008 and Alice Cooper is apolitical but he did make a joke about voting for Bush in 2004 because of all the douchey musicians who were pulling for Kerry. James Hetfield is also apolitical, though I have no idea how the rest of Metallica feels. Basically the GOP is left with the pissy cocker spaniel from Megadeth who will probably write in a Santorum vote.

Well Dee supported Bush both times even if he did allegedly go for Obama in '08. I didn't mention Hetfeld one way or the other I don't know why you dragged him into this

Who in Metallica were you talking about, then? Their bass player?


Read his post.
 
2012-09-06 11:46:49 AM

umad: browntimmy: Oldiron_79: thamike: Oldiron_79: Dee Snider of Twisted Sister is also a republican, as is Dave Mustaine of Megadeth and pre sell out Metallica. Alice Cooper doesn't always support a particular party, but he supported McSame/Failin over Nobama back in '08

Dee Snider voted for Obama in 2008 and Alice Cooper is apolitical but he did make a joke about voting for Bush in 2004 because of all the douchey musicians who were pulling for Kerry. James Hetfield is also apolitical, though I have no idea how the rest of Metallica feels. Basically the GOP is left with the pissy cocker spaniel from Megadeth who will probably write in a Santorum vote.

Well Dee supported Bush both times even if he did allegedly go for Obama in '08. I didn't mention Hetfeld one way or the other I don't know why you dragged him into this

Who in Metallica were you talking about, then? Their bass player?

Read his post.


Ah, I imagined a comma being in there. Plus the fact that he was fired before their first album came out and don't usually associate him with the band. Whoops.
 
2012-09-06 08:37:14 PM
If they do it won't surprise me, typical republican, "I got mine, Fark you"
 
2012-09-06 11:17:52 PM
"Sometimes when I find myself in a life conundrum, I ask myself 'What the fark would Hilary Duff tell me to do right now?'" -Fark's favorite comedian, Dane Cook

/none of them surprised me- a bunch of old farks and rich people who don't give a shiat about anyone but themselves
 
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