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2012-09-17 09:14:07 PM  

Nadie_AZ: eddiesocket: Coco LaFemme: I truly want to believe this is the moment that doomed his campaign. Of course, he's had so many of those the last few months, it's been hard to keep track.

The link says there are more clips from the speech to come. Bwa ha ha ha ha......

I saw that. Apparently they are worse than this. I'm curious to know if it is just hype or not.


Yeah, I guess it could go either way. They either released the "money shot" today and are trying to get more hits in the coming days, or this is just the tease. I hope it's the latter.
 
2012-09-17 09:14:25 PM  

impaler: Shrugging Atlas: I'm not sure I see how the two remarks are the same thing though. To me you've got the Mexican comment which really has no parallel with Obama's guns/religion comment. Then you've got the fact he's claiming 47% of Obama supporters think of themselves as victims and entitled to government handouts. I'm not sure how I see that really comparing to the 'clinging to their guns and religion' thing. Maybe it's there and I'm missing it though.

GOP response to Obama's "cling to guns and religion" statement: "You bet your arse we do!"


He wasn't claiming 47% of Obama voters think of themselves as victims. He was saying 96% of Obama voters think of themselves as victims. If Obama said that 96% of Republicans were racists or 96% clung to guns and religion, or 96% wanted to see people starve, die from treatable health disease or died outside in the, well, you'd have yourself a shiatstorm. Clearly, the above only applies to 90% of Republicans.

jk
 
2012-09-17 09:14:51 PM  

skullkrusher: Kome: skullkrusher: Bloody William: Nabb1: "A government that has the power to give you something has the power to take it away." - Thomas Jefferson. If you can provide yourself with the necessities in life, you have no right to demand others do so for you.

"The poor who have neither property, friends, nor strength to
labor, are boarded in the houses of good farmers, to whom a
stipulated sum is annually paid. To those who are able to help
themselves a little, or have friends from whom they derive some
succor, inadequate however to their full maintenance,
supplementary aids are given which enable them to live
comfortably in their own houses, or in the houses of their
friends."

-Thomas Jefferson. Notes on Virginia, 1782.

you dropped something

"Vagabonds without visible property or vocation, are placed in work houses, where they are well clothed, fed, lodged, and made to labor."

the end of your quote

So they are provided clothing, food, housing, AND a job? Awesome! Where do we sign up?

your nearest workhouse. You're supposed to hate those


Why am I supposed to hate those?
 
2012-09-17 09:15:24 PM  
This is so bad, the trolls have apparently given up.

Or they won't receive their talking points until tomorrow morning.
 
2012-09-17 09:15:29 PM  

Paul Baumer: Mrtraveler01: Shrugging Atlas: Jesus it's the top story on BBC's website.

I can't remember. Was Obama's "Clinging to guns and religion" comment the top story on the BBC website when it broke? Because NPR and other media outlets are basically saying this is Romney's version of that.

Ryan said the same thing already. BSABVR is apparently a campaign slogan now. Statements like Romney's are going to hurt him far more than the "gun and religion" comment ever did Obama - between Romneys refusal to give any policy specificity, and to even show what he pays in taxes, these quotes fit around the neck of the public Mitt persona to a "T"


I caught the right-wing talkers while I was fighting traffic on the way home tonight. Basically they're trying to dismiss this because this incident happened in the past and that we should be focusing on the Middle East and why we need to swing our dick harder at it (I'm paraphrasing of course).

But they really think that people side with the GOP on this issue. Talk about delusional.
 
2012-09-17 09:15:38 PM  

RexTalionis: Look, I don't like defending Romney, but I don't really see the big deal about this. He's a candidate running an election with an extremely polarised populace. Of course he's going to denigrate the voters of the other side.

You really think that the Obama campaign doesn't think that a good portion of Romney's base is a bunch of racist whackjobs, either?


Yeah its such a great strategy to insult half the voting population.

Obama has been saying over and over how he will work with Republicans.
Romney just pretty much said fark them, fark them all..

I can see how the Romney voters have been going into overdrive trying to defend this. This not only could sink him but could sink the GOP in the house and senate elections. Nice try though!
 
2012-09-17 09:15:44 PM  

Kome: skullkrusher: Kome: skullkrusher: Bloody William: Nabb1: "A government that has the power to give you something has the power to take it away." - Thomas Jefferson. If you can provide yourself with the necessities in life, you have no right to demand others do so for you.

"The poor who have neither property, friends, nor strength to
labor, are boarded in the houses of good farmers, to whom a
stipulated sum is annually paid. To those who are able to help
themselves a little, or have friends from whom they derive some
succor, inadequate however to their full maintenance,
supplementary aids are given which enable them to live
comfortably in their own houses, or in the houses of their
friends."

-Thomas Jefferson. Notes on Virginia, 1782.

you dropped something

"Vagabonds without visible property or vocation, are placed in work houses, where they are well clothed, fed, lodged, and made to labor."

the end of your quote

So they are provided clothing, food, housing, AND a job? Awesome! Where do we sign up?

your nearest workhouse. You're supposed to hate those

Why am I supposed to hate those?


I dunno, you're the lefty. You tell me. Something about making people work being mean, I think
 
2012-09-17 09:15:47 PM  
What can I say? Mitchell Romney has done it again. He has proven without a shadow of a doubt that he is the chosen son of Friedrich Nietzsche, Edgar J. Wittgenstein, and Glenn Beck combined. He is willing to say things behind closed doors that ordinary men would not be willing to say in public. You can judge the intelligence of a decision by how much liberals hate it, and this is the most intelligent thing Mitchell Romney has done during the campaign. What a hero. Thank you, Mitt. Thank you for loving America.
 
2012-09-17 09:15:52 PM  
Can you imagine the gall of some Americans thinking that all Americans deserve health care!? My god, what would Jesus think!

Oh right, Republicans have Social Darwin Jesus who believes you should just shoot the poor or let the lazy bastards die of cancer because they deserve it. And if you work all your life but get injured and lose your health insurance or your insurance won't cover enough to keep you from going bankrupt, well FARK YOU. You didn't work hard enough all your life, ya lazy bastard.

Well, unless you think one of your friends could make some profit off of the sick and dying. They we'll had you a voucher to give to him. You'll still have to pay on your own enough to go bankrupt or die trying, by my friend over there will make a healthy profit off of it.
 
2012-09-17 09:15:54 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Shrugging Atlas: Jesus it's the top story on BBC's website.

I can't remember. Was Obama's "Clinging to guns and religion" comment the top story on the BBC website when it broke? Because NPR and other media outlets are basically saying this is Romney's version of that.


This is waaaay beyond Obama's comment. Romney's shiatting on half the electorate in a truly sickening way.
 
2012-09-17 09:16:41 PM  

shower_in_my_socks: This is so bad, the trolls have apparently given up.

Or they won't receive their talking points until tomorrow morning.


Some of them have moved over to the WND thread to post pictures of dead Americans.
 
2012-09-17 09:17:01 PM  

burning_bridge: We'll fix it without you, like we always do.


Same shiat you've been saying since 1964. Can you give us some idea when you'll finally get it right?

LOL

beakerxf: (Somalia)


There's always one.
 
2012-09-17 09:17:08 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Fundraiser was at this guy's Boca Raton home in May.


Say no more.
 
2012-09-17 09:17:30 PM  
The sad fact is you could grab almost any hardcore republican off the street, force them to listen to this and it would make absolutely no difference. Living your life in a constant state of contradiction has its consequences. I just don't want to be forced to suffer them.
 
2012-09-17 09:17:37 PM  
When rape seems to be the better choice for a talking point, you may be doing it wrong.
 
2012-09-17 09:17:58 PM  
Eh, Obama never stops with the class warfare.

Romney should do the same.
 
2012-09-17 09:18:34 PM  

Lost Thought 00: beakerxf: when they provide too much for their citizens (Iraq right before the second US war)

Well, that's a new one. Usually people bring up England or Sweden or maybe even Communist Russia when making that example. I never would have picked pre-war Iraq as the example of Socialism gone too far


There were a couple books that discussed the barriers to the rebuilding efforts. One barrier was that workers were paid by the government whether they did their job or not. So water treatment facilities and power plants hadn't been maintained for years.

Hussein used handouts to keep the populace complacent and it was effective.
 
2012-09-17 09:18:37 PM  

themeaningoflifeisnot: Mrtraveler01: Shrugging Atlas: Jesus it's the top story on BBC's website.

I can't remember. Was Obama's "Clinging to guns and religion" comment the top story on the BBC website when it broke? Because NPR and other media outlets are basically saying this is Romney's version of that.

This is waaaay beyond Obama's comment. Romney's shiatting on half the electorate in a truly sickening way.


yeah, BO was only talking about Pennsylvania. Who gives a fark about Pennsylvania?
 
2012-09-17 09:18:58 PM  

skullkrusher: Kome: skullkrusher: Kome: skullkrusher: Bloody William: Nabb1: "A government that has the power to give you something has the power to take it away." - Thomas Jefferson. If you can provide yourself with the necessities in life, you have no right to demand others do so for you.

"The poor who have neither property, friends, nor strength to
labor, are boarded in the houses of good farmers, to whom a
stipulated sum is annually paid. To those who are able to help
themselves a little, or have friends from whom they derive some
succor, inadequate however to their full maintenance,
supplementary aids are given which enable them to live
comfortably in their own houses, or in the houses of their
friends."

-Thomas Jefferson. Notes on Virginia, 1782.

you dropped something

"Vagabonds without visible property or vocation, are placed in work houses, where they are well clothed, fed, lodged, and made to labor."

the end of your quote

So they are provided clothing, food, housing, AND a job? Awesome! Where do we sign up?

your nearest workhouse. You're supposed to hate those

Why am I supposed to hate those?

I dunno, you're the lefty. You tell me. Something about making people work being mean, I think


Two things. First, I'm a lefty? News to me. I always thought I was conservative. Second, why would I think making people work is mean even if I was a lefty? That doesn't seem like either a conservative OR a liberal position. Some shades of libertarian, possibly, but not conservative or liberal.
 
2012-09-17 09:19:58 PM  

Silly Jesus: This may just change my vote. He'd have it locked up if he was this honest publicly, but at least he speaks the open and honest truth at some point in time...

If he says this in a public speech I'll be all his.


Losers gonna lose. Be of the body.
 
2012-09-17 09:20:19 PM  

skullkrusher: your nearest workhouse. You're supposed to hate those


You mean the way prison is supposed to be horrible so that people don't ever want to go back? Because that is so much better than providing job training and treatment for substance abuse.
 
2012-09-17 09:20:41 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Fundraiser was at this guy's Boca Raton home in May.

Say no more.


I'm surprised it wasn't at Versailles.
 
2012-09-17 09:21:09 PM  

Kome: Two things. First, I'm a lefty? News to me. I always thought I was conservative. Second, why would I think making people work is mean even if I was a lefty? That doesn't seem like either a conservative OR a liberal position. Some shades of libertarian, possibly, but not conservative or liberal.


I don't know why making people work for their public support is mean. In fact, I think it's a wonderful idea, if possible.
 
2012-09-17 09:21:30 PM  
The overwhelming majority of voters who back President Barack Obama do so because they are "dependent on government" and "believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing,"


Ladies and gentlemen... the guy calls the truth out and he gets roasted for it.

More at 11 (& 7am, & 8am, & 9am, & noon, and tomorrow)
 
2012-09-17 09:21:51 PM  
FTFA: There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what," Romney says in one clip. "All right -- there are 47 percent who are with him, who are dependent on government, who believe that, that they are victims, who believe that government has the responsibility to care for them. Who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing."

Out of those 47 percent, how many are Koch-sucking teatards who'll vote for Rmoney because B. Hussein Osama is a ni*BONG* and they hates them feelthy queers?
 
2012-09-17 09:21:59 PM  

cchris_39: Eh, Obama never stops with the class warfare.

Romney should do the same.


It's only class warfare when the Democrats do it!
 
2012-09-17 09:22:18 PM  

spongeboob: skullkrusher: your nearest workhouse. You're supposed to hate those

You mean the way prison is supposed to be horrible so that people don't ever want to go back? Because that is so much better than providing job training and treatment for substance abuse.


since I have no idea wtf you're talking about or what I said has to do with substance abuse treatment, I can't say whether I mean it that way or not.
 
2012-09-17 09:22:19 PM  

skullkrusher: I don't know why making people work for their public support is mean. In fact, I think it's a wonderful idea, if possible.


Some sort of "earned income tax credit" or "work for welfare" system...

Wait. That's exactly what we have.
 
2012-09-17 09:22:27 PM  

dehehn: Which Republicans went on to say meant Obama had just said all the people who won't vote for him are racist whackjobs.


Republicans went on to say that, but that's a gross distortion of what Obama said and meant. Regardless of everything else, he was talking about people in small towns in the Midwest and not GOP voters in general.

Here we have Romney saying that all of Obama's voters view themselves as victims who want the government to take care of them.

This is not the same.
 
2012-09-17 09:22:27 PM  

skullkrusher: Kome: Two things. First, I'm a lefty? News to me. I always thought I was conservative. Second, why would I think making people work is mean even if I was a lefty? That doesn't seem like either a conservative OR a liberal position. Some shades of libertarian, possibly, but not conservative or liberal.

I don't know why making people work for their public support is mean. In fact, I think it's a wonderful idea, if possible.


So does just about every liberal and conservative I've ever met. Why then did you say that would make me supposed to hate work houses?
 
2012-09-17 09:22:47 PM  

HAMMERTOE: Nothing is going to change.

Politicians on both sides of the aisle keep declaring "War" on the effects, but nobody does a damn thing about the causes. War on Poverty, War on Drugs, War on Terrorism- these are all wars on the side- effects of the real problem: the predatory program of exploitation by the rich. Exploitation of natural resources, (with the accompanying meddling in the governments in the Middle East,) THAT'S where your problem in terrorism really comes from. Exploitation of human resources, with the attendant lack of any hopes for the future-THERE'S the cause of your poverty and drug use. But any real measures to help the little guy get ahead- that's "Class Warfare and "socialism". The rich are on top of the heap, and they plan to stay there. The "American Dream" is a threat to them, for it represents their supplantment by somebody else at the top of the pecking order.


^THIS
 
2012-09-17 09:22:53 PM  

Mrtraveler01: cchris_39: Eh, Obama never stops with the class warfare.

Romney should do the same.

It's only never class warfare when the Democrats do it!


FTFY
 
2012-09-17 09:23:00 PM  

RyogaM: He wasn't claiming 47% of Obama voters think of themselves as victims. He was saying 96% of Obama voters think of themselves as victims. If Obama said that 96% of Republicans were racists or 96% clung to guns and religion, or 96% wanted to see people starve, die from treatable health disease or died outside in the, well, you'd have yourself a shiatstorm. Clearly, the above only applies to 90% of Republicans.

jk


It's worse than that, though. Romney's premise wasn't just "Obama voters." It was "the 47% of voters who don't pay taxes," who he assumes will vote for Obama. Romney truly believes that 47% of the electorate are worthless pieces of shiat living high off the government hog, and that it's his job to stop them.
 
2012-09-17 09:23:12 PM  

Glenford: It's now on the front page on CNN, CBS and ABC news websites.


Well of course it is. They need to push Obama in there

 
2012-09-17 09:23:28 PM  

Glenford: It's now on the front page on CNN, CBS and ABC news websites.


Well, the Fox News web site has a big picture of angry mooslims on its front page... but nothing about the Romney story.

/Shocked, shocked
 
2012-09-17 09:23:44 PM  
What about the people who work full-time yet still qualify for assistance like food stamps and/or Medicade because their pay is so low they qualify? Are they lazy and wanting a handout? Or are they hard working Americans trying to survive? Is this the fault of President Obama or the "job creators" who have record cash reserves yet their workers income remains stagnant because the tax cuts failed to trickle down further than their own bonuses, Swiss bank accounts, and tax shelters inthe Cayman Islands?

I do not agree that the Republican economic plan is the solution. To take public sector employees and lower their wages to that of private sector employees, who make so little they qualify for public assistance, is not a solution to cutting "government waste". Taking away that assistance and then raising their taxes in order to pay for a millionaire tax cut isn't a good way to reduce the number of people on public assistance. Making the working class desperate enough they will work for 3rd world wages is not an acceptable way to create jobs.
 
2012-09-17 09:23:51 PM  

Kome: skullkrusher: Kome: Two things. First, I'm a lefty? News to me. I always thought I was conservative. Second, why would I think making people work is mean even if I was a lefty? That doesn't seem like either a conservative OR a liberal position. Some shades of libertarian, possibly, but not conservative or liberal.

I don't know why making people work for their public support is mean. In fact, I think it's a wonderful idea, if possible.

So does just about every liberal and conservative I've ever met. Why then did you say that would make me supposed to hate work houses?


cuz I thought you were one of them. My apologies
 
2012-09-17 09:24:15 PM  

GAT_00: Is this where we pretend 'people who live off the government' only means minorities on food stamps and doesn't include the 40 million people on Social Security and Medicare, many of whom survive solely on those programs and vote Republican, or the defense contractors and the thousands who work for them who wouldn't have jobs without massive government funding, who also vote Republican?


THIS
 
2012-09-17 09:24:31 PM  

impaler: skullkrusher: I don't know why making people work for their public support is mean. In fact, I think it's a wonderful idea, if possible.

Some sort of "earned income tax credit" or "work for welfare" system...

Wait. That's exactly what we have.


nothing even close to what we have.
 
2012-09-17 09:24:40 PM  
I wonder what percent of that 47% think they pay income taxes?

That reminds me of our favorite dentist.
growlersoftware.com
 
2012-09-17 09:24:48 PM  

vegasj: The overwhelming majority of voters who back President Barack Obama do so because they are "dependent on government" and "believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing,"


Ladies and gentlemen... the guy calls the truth out and he gets roasted for it.

More at 11 (& 7am, & 8am, & 9am, & noon, and tomorrow)


Fark you. I work for a living and provide myself with those things. I also pay a greater percentage of income tax than that moocher Romney.
 
2012-09-17 09:24:56 PM  
Leave it to Dancin_In_Anson to defend the indefensible.

/Shut down welfare ...
//... and the red states will crumble.
 
2012-09-17 09:24:58 PM  

JudgeSmails: Mrtraveler01: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Fundraiser was at this guy's Boca Raton home in May.

Say no more.

I'm surprised it wasn't at Versailles.


Ha.

Seems like everyone in Boca Raton is an asshole with facts like these:


According to MessageLabs (an email security vendor), Boca Raton is the "spam capital of the world", being the source of a significant proportion of all spam generated worldwide, not surprising given the area's appeal, the personal fortunes of typical spammers, and the area's notorious past as a favorite of organized crime. According to the Miami Herald, the city has a long history of involvement in confidence tricks. Richard C. Breeden, former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission chairman, once called the city "the only coastal city in Florida where there are more sharks on land than in the water".[citation needed] In the keynote address to a computer security conference on June 8, 2004, Bruce Sterling described the city as the "Capone-Chicago of cyber fraud".

On July 22, 2004, Boca Raton resident Scott Levine was charged with the largest computer crime indictment in United States history. Federal prosecutors allege that Levine unlawfully accessed Acxiom, a database of consumer data, to steal detailed personal information of millions of people.


In other words the kind of city you would expect a Republican fundraiser to take place in
 
2012-09-17 09:24:59 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: "There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what," Romney says in one clip. "All right -- there are 47 percent who are with him, who are dependent on government, who believe that, that they are victims, who believe that government has the responsibility to care for them. Who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing."

I am part of the 47% and I am not dependent on the government for anything besides roads, public schools, fire department, police etc.

I don't need housing, food or health care provided from the government.

Does Romney truly believe that EVERYONE who votes for Obama is on the dole?


Me too. I pay for these things. I will vote for Obama to prevent a free loader like Mitt Romney getting any where near the White House. 47k tax credit for a farking dancing horse. Free loader indeed. Between me and Mitt Romney there's only one free loader and I don't have a bloody dancing horse.
 
2012-09-17 09:26:01 PM  

Bawdy George: Glenford: It's now on the front page on CNN, CBS and ABC news websites.

Well, the Fox News web site has a big picture of angry mooslims on its front page... but nothing about the Romney story.

/Shocked, shocked


The sad thing is that Fox News really does think the Republicans have the upper hand in the foreign policy debate.
 
2012-09-17 09:26:21 PM  

themeaningoflifeisnot: RyogaM: He wasn't claiming 47% of Obama voters think of themselves as victims. He was saying 96% of Obama voters think of themselves as victims. If Obama said that 96% of Republicans were racists or 96% clung to guns and religion, or 96% wanted to see people starve, die from treatable health disease or died outside in the, well, you'd have yourself a shiatstorm. Clearly, the above only applies to 90% of Republicans.

jk

It's worse than that, though. Romney's premise wasn't just "Obama voters." It was "the 47% of voters who don't pay taxes," who he assumes will vote for Obama. Romney truly believes that 47% of the electorate are worthless pieces of shiat living high off the government hog, and that it's his job to stop them.


56% of those who don't pay income tax are retired. Obama voters?
 
2012-09-17 09:27:04 PM  

skullkrusher: Kome: skullkrusher: Kome: Two things. First, I'm a lefty? News to me. I always thought I was conservative. Second, why would I think making people work is mean even if I was a lefty? That doesn't seem like either a conservative OR a liberal position. Some shades of libertarian, possibly, but not conservative or liberal.

I don't know why making people work for their public support is mean. In fact, I think it's a wonderful idea, if possible.

So does just about every liberal and conservative I've ever met. Why then did you say that would make me supposed to hate work houses?

cuz I thought you were one of them. My apologies


One of whom? Why did you think I was one of them?
 
2012-09-17 09:27:27 PM  

Kome: skullkrusher: Bloody William: Nabb1: "A government that has the power to give you something has the power to take it away." - Thomas Jefferson. If you can provide yourself with the necessities in life, you have no right to demand others do so for you.

"The poor who have neither property, friends, nor strength to
labor, are boarded in the houses of good farmers, to whom a
stipulated sum is annually paid. To those who are able to help
themselves a little, or have friends from whom they derive some
succor, inadequate however to their full maintenance,
supplementary aids are given which enable them to live
comfortably in their own houses, or in the houses of their
friends."

-Thomas Jefferson. Notes on Virginia, 1782.

you dropped something

"Vagabonds without visible property or vocation, are placed in work houses, where they are well clothed, fed, lodged, and made to labor."

the end of your quote

So they are provided clothing, food, housing, AND a job? Awesome! Where do we sign up?


But don't answer yet! You may qualify for our fabulous Plantation program! With warmer weather and a select group of participants, this could be your work house dream come true! Send a likeness of yourself to...
 
2012-09-17 09:27:32 PM  

skullkrusher: impaler: skullkrusher: I don't know why making people work for their public support is mean. In fact, I think it's a wonderful idea, if possible.

Some sort of "earned income tax credit" or "work for welfare" system...

Wait. That's exactly what we have.

nothing even close to what we have.


Except it's exactly what we have. Well, except for children getting food stamps - the mooches.
 
2012-09-17 09:28:04 PM  
So if you give 1/3 or a 1/4 of your life's income you aren't suppose to get anything for it?

fark YOU ROMNEY!

farking douchebag would have you work for free, give your earning to his war buddies so they can have the world enslaved with them at the top for generations to come, you know, just like the rest of human history.

People have not changed, they are shiat, you are either a tyrant that enslaves his fellow man, or a simpleton that admires and submits to said tyrants.
 
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