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2012-09-11 07:28:55 AM
Yup. Either the Secret Service guys were sound asleep on this or it was carefully planned and scheduled in advance.

Love the way Republicans tend to see the world in terms of false either/or dichotomies.

Reports say the guy asked if it was cool to hug the POTUS and got the thumbs up.

It's not that difficult to understand.

"Unannounced" =/= "Unscheduled", btw.

Closest the article comes to backing up the "What the media forgot to mention is that Scott Van Duzer reportedly visited the White House in June" is an article citing a confirmed meeting between Pizza man and the US Surgeon General and this...

The four youth riders hope word of the trip spreads to the White House.

"President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, we're coming to see you," said Ken Pruitt Unit member Cody Hatt, 14. "First Lady Michelle is big on health and if she sees we're trying to promote awareness in our generation, she might get involved."


Guess he forgot to mention that part...

Look I realize Rtards feel the need to spin every possible thing Obama says and does into a negative somehow but there are some times when they need to realize they are just making idiots out of themselves in the process.

This would be one of those times.
 
2012-09-11 07:45:16 AM
There certainly is a lot of outrage butthurt in the comments.
 
2012-09-11 07:53:48 AM

Krymson Tyde: There certainly is a lot of outrage butthurt in the comments.


Seems that Republicans can't handle that Obama acts like One Of Us, while Romney acts like ONE OF US *beep*
 
2012-09-11 07:58:27 AM
Time to bow to Sarah Palin, Empress of the Galaxy
 
2012-09-11 08:18:58 AM
Gay pizza-man affair. Hawt.
 
2012-09-11 08:38:48 AM
i28.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-11 08:48:41 AM
much aderp about nothing
 
2012-09-11 08:51:45 AM
This is Obama's Waterloo
 
2012-09-11 08:52:08 AM
Sarah Palin is automatically president and Obama has to hug a real mama grizzly.
 
2012-09-11 08:54:18 AM
Does anybody give a damn?

No, wait, small correction there:

Does anybody with an IQ higher than their shoe size give a damn?
 
2012-09-11 08:54:27 AM
Isn't it funny how this pizza store owner supports Obama, but "Papa" John Schnatter complains that his cafetera-pizzas-gone-wild with buttery butter-like butter sauce will have to cost an extra 15 cents each, although he can somehow afford to give away 2 million pizzas? It's like one political party is friendlier to small business or something.

#ScumbagSchnatter
 
2012-09-11 08:55:23 AM
The Obama campaign specifically said that they stopped at his pizza shop because of his work with charity. I've read the article, I'm not seeing any proof that Scott Van Duzer met with the President,where is it?
 
2012-09-11 08:56:08 AM
Looks like I need to add "Pizza" to the cloud....

farm6.staticflickr.com
 
2012-09-11 08:57:04 AM
The president's wife is a middle-aged woman growing increasingly concerned about her family's dietary health, but occasionally her husband sneaks a beer or two and some junk food in on a thin excuse or in secret, and occasionally she breaks down and allows a pizza.

This is the kind of monstrous, inhuman family dynamic that makes this family so out-of-touch and unble to relate to how normal families work. Clearly such a web of lies and deception would never exist in a proper (white) american family.

//Poe's law disclaimer: I am, in fact, being sarcastic. These stories about the Obamas' dietary habits contrasting them with Michelle's stand for healthy food have only reinforced my sneaking suspicion that the first family is secretly my family uprooted from the '90s with a melanin-increasing time machine. They're so middle-class and generic American whitebread that it actually _hurts_. I bet Obama's favorite dessert is actually literally apple pie.
 
2012-09-11 08:57:11 AM
Obama:

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Romney:

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2012-09-11 08:57:32 AM
Republicans cannot comprehend why anyone would want to hug the president. Be on the lookout for extremely awkward staged Romney hug photo op.
 
2012-09-11 09:01:25 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: much aderp about nothing


*golf clap*
 
2012-09-11 09:02:15 AM

CPennypacker: Republicans cannot comprehend why anyone would want to hug the president. Be on the lookout for extremely awkward staged Romney hug photo op.


That sounds dangerous. Given that his human emotion simulation subroutine could bug-out again and he could accidentally apply full pressure with his robotic arms, which of course could cause the death of the person being hugged.
 
2012-09-11 09:02:31 AM
Bring back the Taft-Hartley Act - "...the first law barring unions and corporations from making independent expenditures in support of or opposition to federal candidates." I suppose all of that is now obsolete in light of the Citizens United decision.

These days it's a free-for-all and any bozo with a business and an axe to grind can now put his livelihood on the line to promote whatever two-party schmuck he likes. Well, old pizza guy is playing in a rough game now. If he loses customers, surely he anticipated the possible consequences of his very public advocacy. Maybe if Obama wins he can get a couple million in federal grants to provide pizzas to the Democratic Party. I guess that's where all of this is going: Open, flagrant corruption. Businesses paying elected officials openly in exchange for federal largesse. Good Luck, Pizza Guy.
 
2012-09-11 09:03:20 AM
CPennypacker: Republicans cannot comprehend why anyone would want to hug the president. Be on the lookout for extremely awkward staged Romney hug photo op.

Within days.
 
2012-09-11 09:05:56 AM

Krymson Tyde: There certainly is a lot of outrage butthurt in the comments.


Probably from the same people who said that bakery owner who refused to let Biden visit was a hero...hell, they probably also believed his claim that the secret service thanked him for telling Biden to fark off.
 
2012-09-11 09:06:30 AM
Argh, html fail.
 
2012-09-11 09:06:31 AM

cc_rider: [i28.photobucket.com image 342x398]


i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-11 09:07:08 AM

shastacola: The Obama campaign specifically said that they stopped at his pizza shop because of his work with charity. I've read the article, I'm not seeing any proof that Scott Van Duzer met with the President,where is it?


Even if he had met the president, I'm not seeing the issue. The only way I'd side-eye the whole episode is if the Obama campaign told dude to give him a bear hug for a photo op, and according to the guy he was the one who approached the SS with his intentions. I'm a cynic, but I can't see them asking dude to bear hug the president.
 
2012-09-11 09:07:13 AM

canyoneer: Bring back the Taft-Hartley Act - "...the first law barring unions and corporations from making independent expenditures in support of or opposition to federal candidates." I suppose all of that is now obsolete in light of the Citizens United decision. These days it's a free-for-all and any bozo with a business and an axe to grind can now put his livelihood on the line to promote whatever two-party schmuck he likes. Well, old pizza guy is playing in a rough game now. If he loses customers, surely he anticipated the possible consequences of his very public advocacy. Maybe if Obama wins he can get a couple million in federal grants to provide pizzas to the Democratic Party. I guess that's where all of this is going: Open, flagrant corruption. Businesses paying elected officials openly in exchange for federal largesse. Good Luck, Pizza Guy.


Does the nurse know that you've escaped from your special jacket?
 
2012-09-11 09:07:25 AM

CPennypacker: Republicans cannot comprehend why anyone would want to hug the president. Be on the lookout for extremely awkward staged Romney hug photo op.


Dude's gonna hug a horse
 
2012-09-11 09:07:55 AM
I was driving through Scottsdale the other day and saw that some local sushi joint had put up a pro-Obama sign at an intersection - at Hayden and Mcdonald, I think. I can't believe how stupid that is, especially in the Valley of the Sun. Business owners are stupid to openly declare a political preference. Why would you want to alienate some percentage of your customer base? Not to mention that it should be illegal.
 
2012-09-11 09:08:20 AM
I really don't care. President, photo-op, nothing to get huffy about.

Having said that, anyone who thought this was spontaneous and not pre-approved by the SS is not using their critical thinking skills.
 
2012-09-11 09:08:59 AM

EyeballKid: Isn't it funny how this pizza store owner supports Obama, but "Papa" John Schnatter complains that his cafetera-pizzas-gone-wild with buttery butter-like butter sauce will have to cost an extra 15 cents each, although he can somehow afford to give away 2 million pizzas? It's like one political party is friendlier to small business or something.

#ScumbagSchnatter


In a competition between Jimmy of Jimmy Johns, John Schnatter of Papa Johns, and Bob Parson's of GoDaddy....who is the biggest tool?
 
2012-09-11 09:09:30 AM

jakomo002: CPennypacker: Republicans cannot comprehend why anyone would want to hug the president. Be on the lookout for extremely awkward staged Romney hug photo op.

Within days.


ww1.hdnux.com

The saggy flesh of meatbags triggers the discomfort subroutine..
 
2012-09-11 09:09:38 AM

canyoneer: Bring back the Taft-Hartley Act - "...the first law barring unions and corporations from making independent expenditures in support of or opposition to federal candidates." I suppose all of that is now obsolete in light of the Citizens United decision.

These days it's a free-for-all and any bozo with a business and an axe to grind can now put his livelihood on the line to promote whatever two-party schmuck he likes. Well, old pizza guy is playing in a rough game now. If he loses customers, surely he anticipated the possible consequences of his very public advocacy. Maybe if Obama wins he can get a couple million in federal grants to provide pizzas to the Democratic Party. I guess that's where all of this is going: Open, flagrant corruption. Businesses paying elected officials openly in exchange for federal largesse. Good Luck, Pizza Guy.


... he runs a charity dedicated to giving blood and helping his community, and the president of the United States recognized him for it. How the sweet merciful fark is that different from any other fluff piece with a politician and a philanthropist?

This is the worst sort of "Look at that biatch eating those crackers like she owns the place." Absolutely nothing can be seen as neutral, as long as someone is involved that a side hates. It's not even just "Oh, it's the usual political grandstanding so a politician can look good next to a good citizen." It's "Motherfarker hugged the president who recognized his achievements in charity? BURN HIM!"
 
2012-09-11 09:11:56 AM

Expolaris: In a competition between Jimmy of Jimmy Johns, John Schnatter of Papa Johns, and Bob Parson's of GoDaddy....who is the biggest tool?


I'm partial living in Louisville, I'd say Schnatter. He makes a shiat product and I suspect he expects locals to buy from him nonetheless since he helped bankroll the local college football stadium. And his pizza is complete and utter shiat.
 
2012-09-11 09:13:41 AM
There goes 0bama again, palling around with great human beings.
 
2012-09-11 09:14:33 AM
Liberals declaring a political boycott of rush, komen, etc is declared a glaring example of democracy and free speech by fark. Conservatives do the same? Evil, vile, etc.

Fark liberals, intellectually dishonest since forever.
 
2012-09-11 09:18:17 AM

MyRandomName: Liberals declaring a political boycott of rush, komen, etc is declared a glaring example of democracy and free speech by fark. Conservatives do the same? Evil, vile, etc.

Fark liberals, intellectually dishonest since forever.


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2012-09-11 09:18:47 AM
images.tvrage.com

When does this part of the campaign start?
 
2012-09-11 09:20:09 AM

Bloody William: ... he runs a charity dedicated to giving blood and helping his community, and the president of the United States recognized him for it. How the sweet merciful fark is that different from any other fluff piece with a politician and a philanthropist? This is the worst sort of "Look at that biatch eating those crackers like she owns the place." Absolutely nothing can be seen as neutral, as long as someone is involved that a side hates. It's not even just "Oh, it's the usual political grandstanding so a politician can look good next to a good citizen." It's "Motherfarker hugged the president who recognized his achievements in charity? BURN HIM!"


No, this was a campaign event for Obama - a calculated piece of political advertisement designed to further Obama's chances at winning the election. And this pizza guy offered up his business as a venue for this political advertisement. Pizza Guy has now put his business on the line by openly using it to endorse a certain candidate. That used to be illegal, and it should still be illegal - whether the business is Global Tetrahedron Corporation or Pipsqueak Pizza Parlor of Strip Mall, Alabama (or wherever this is).

This all reminds me of the story of the frog in the saucepan...how the frog didn't notice he was being boiled because the water wasn't boiling at first. That's exactly what's happened with political corruption in the USA: It has creeped up on us bit-by-bit over the decades, and now open corruption and bribery are considered normal and have even been normalized in the law. And people just can't figure out what happened and why the politicians work exclusively for the banks and corporations. Pizza Guy here probably figures if it works for the big boys, he may as well get in on the action, too.

At any rate, this sort of thing should be illegal, like it used to be. Businesses should be prohibited from any sort of political advocacy, but I guess that's all water under the bridge now.
 
2012-09-11 09:22:54 AM

canyoneer: [THE CIA IS IN MY BRAIN]


Haven't posted in a decade + Balls-to-the-wall insanity right out of the gate = Hello, Mr Troll Alt.
 
2012-09-11 09:23:00 AM
I've really come to dislike a lot of people in this country over the last decade or so...

We're a nation of petty, mean-spirited, ignorant shiat-stirrers.
 
2012-09-11 09:23:25 AM

canyoneer: Bloody William: ... he runs a charity dedicated to giving blood and helping his community, and the president of the United States recognized him for it. How the sweet merciful fark is that different from any other fluff piece with a politician and a philanthropist? This is the worst sort of "Look at that biatch eating those crackers like she owns the place." Absolutely nothing can be seen as neutral, as long as someone is involved that a side hates. It's not even just "Oh, it's the usual political grandstanding so a politician can look good next to a good citizen." It's "Motherfarker hugged the president who recognized his achievements in charity? BURN HIM!"

No, this was a campaign event for Obama - a calculated piece of political advertisement designed to further Obama's chances at winning the election. And this pizza guy offered up his business as a venue for this political advertisement. Pizza Guy has now put his business on the line by openly using it to endorse a certain candidate. That used to be illegal, and it should still be illegal - whether the business is Global Tetrahedron Corporation or Pipsqueak Pizza Parlor of Strip Mall, Alabama (or wherever this is).

This all reminds me of the story of the frog in the saucepan...how the frog didn't notice he was being boiled because the water wasn't boiling at first. That's exactly what's happened with political corruption in the USA: It has creeped up on us bit-by-bit over the decades, and now open corruption and bribery are considered normal and have even been normalized in the law. And people just can't figure out what happened and why the politicians work exclusively for the banks and corporations. Pizza Guy here probably figures if it works for the big boys, he may as well get in on the action, too.

At any rate, this sort of thing should be illegal, like it used to be. Businesses should be prohibited from any sort of political advocacy, but I guess that's all water under the bridge now.


It wasn't a venue for a stump speech. He wasn't holding a fundraiser. Obama was doing textbook political grandstanding with a charity head. Like politicians have done since politicians existed. How is this suddenly a justification for a boycott or backlash?

"That candidate shook his hand and kissed her baby! CUT OFF THE HAND AND BURN THE BABY!"
 
2012-09-11 09:23:50 AM

canyoneer: At any rate, this sort of thing should be illegal, like it used to be. Businesses should be prohibited from any sort of political advocacy, but I guess that's all water under the bridge now.


media1.policymic.com
"You're welcome," say 5 out of 9 people.
 
2012-09-11 09:24:50 AM

imontheinternet: The saggy flesh of meatbags triggers the discomfort subroutine..


No, no, man. Think like a Rovian.

Hugging a baby? Everyone does that on the political trail. What Romney needs is to one-up the President and hug a minority small business owner too, but someone with a physical disability. Preferably a veteran. A good wheelchair hug to a quadripalegic Hispanic ex-soldier small business owner who has to manuever his wheelchair around with a little red, white and blue blower tube, and when Romney hugs him a single tear wells up in his eyes.
 
2012-09-11 09:28:54 AM

MyRandomName: Liberals declaring a political boycott of rush, komen, etc is declared a glaring example of democracy and free speech by fark. Conservatives do the same? Evil, vile, etc.

Fark liberals, intellectually dishonest since forever.


Rush slanders liberals on a national radio show and Komen tried to pull funding from PP for strictly political reasons.

This guy sells pizza.

You're right, they're all the same.
 
2012-09-11 09:34:01 AM

EyeballKid: "You're welcome," say 5 out of 9 people.


Yes, we have the most chicken-sh*t SCOTUS in history right now...and that's saying a lot. In the last six or seven years, it's decided that governments can condemn private property in order to award it to another private party, has decided that corporations and other businesses can spend unlimited money to influence elections, and has decided that the federal government may now compel private citizens to do business with a selected group of financial corporations. IOW, government is now officially and legally for hire to the highest bidder.

some people say a man is made outta mud
a poor man's made outta muscle and blood
muscle and blood and skin and bones
a mind that's a-weak and a back that's strong

you load sixteen tons, what do you get
another day older and deeper in debt
saint peter don't you call me 'cause i can't go
i owe my soul to the company store
 
2012-09-11 09:36:58 AM

domino324: MyRandomName: Liberals declaring a political boycott of rush, komen, etc is declared a glaring example of democracy and free speech by fark. Conservatives do the same? Evil, vile, etc.

Fark liberals, intellectually dishonest since forever.

Rush slanders liberals on a national radio show and Komen tried to pull funding from PP for strictly political reasons.

This guy sells pizza.

You're right, they're all the same.


And great charity work. The people Republicans decide to boycott tells me a lot about the Republican party these days.
 
2012-09-11 09:43:19 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: canyoneer: [THE CIA IS IN MY BRAIN]

Haven't posted in a decade + Balls-to-the-wall insanity right out of the gate = Hello, Mr Troll Alt.


Oh he is no troll. Ask him about how oil prices hit $25 in 2008 as per his prediction.
 
2012-09-11 09:45:29 AM

canyoneer: EyeballKid: "You're welcome," say 5 out of 9 people.

Yes, we have the most chicken-sh*t SCOTUS in history right now...and that's saying a lot. In the last six or seven years, it's decided that governments can condemn private property in order to award it to another private party, has decided that corporations and other businesses can spend unlimited money to influence elections, and has decided that the federal government may now compel private citizens to do business with a selected group of financial corporations. IOW, government is now officially and legally for hire to the highest bidder.

some people say a man is made outta mud
a poor man's made outta muscle and blood
muscle and blood and skin and bones
a mind that's a-weak and a back that's strong

you load sixteen tons, what do you get
another day older and deeper in debt
saint peter don't you call me 'cause i can't go
i owe my soul to the company store


Other than the great desert vista pics, this is the best thing you've ever posted.

Why do you have to be such a nut most of the time?
 
2012-09-11 09:51:50 AM
He just hugged Anderson Cooper this morning...this should piss a few more idiots off.
 
2012-09-11 09:52:49 AM
What a surprise. After trying to marginalized successful business owners, 0bama gets one to hug him and say that he likes him.
 
2012-09-11 09:53:28 AM

canyoneer: Well, old pizza guy is playing in a rough game now. If he loses customers, surely he anticipated the possible consequences of his very public advocacy. Maybe if Obama wins he can get a couple million in federal grants to provide pizzas to the Democratic Party. I guess that's where all of this is going: Open, flagrant corruption. Businesses paying elected officials openly in exchange for federal largesse. Good Luck, Pizza Guy.


Yes, truly it is Big McLargehuge's endorsement of the President that broke the corruption dam.

Why didn't we heed you earlier, cassanndraeer?
 
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