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2012-09-18 01:02:19 PM  

SkinnyHead: When we ground out our cigarettes in the hallway carpet or set our stereos so loud that the walls began to shake, we were resisting bourgeois society's stifling conventions. We weren't indifferent or careless or insecure. We were alienated.

The part where he and his Marxist buddies grind their cigarettes into the dorm hallway carpet because they felt alienated by "bourgeois society" is the most obnoxious. And the most telling.


Are you the same man you were when you went to col ... uh, I mean a year or two after you gradu ...

Never mind.
 
2012-09-18 01:03:40 PM  
i, barack obama, do solemny swear....


worst evar
 
2012-09-18 01:06:23 PM  

pontechango: SkinnyHead: Destroying property to get back at "bourgeois society" because you're full of anger, resentment, and sense of not-belonging sounds more like an antisocial personality disorder than just general coming-of-age angst.

Your attachment to carpeting in dorm hallways sounds like an antisocial personality disorder.


You people are really missing the point. The carpeting is just a metaphor for the capitalist utopia that is the United States, and Obama and friends' juvenile protest statement is just a PRECURSOR of his UNRELENTING MANIACAL OBSESSION to destroy it such that no stone rests on another.

How could anything be more plain and obvious??
 
2012-09-18 01:13:45 PM  
Okay, I read the quotes. Was I suppost to not like them or something?
 
2012-09-18 01:14:08 PM  

Epoch_Zero: canyoneer: No, you're a Marxist pedophile

Listen, this line is getting a bit old. Those who are afraid of pedophiles just need to grow up already.


This line isn't getting enough play in this thread. If brevity is the soul of wit, you just secured wit's place in the promised land.
 
2012-09-18 01:17:37 PM  
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SkinnyHead: Some want to destroy things because they're full of anger and resentment.

 
2012-09-18 01:21:15 PM  

bdub77: 25. "Sh*t, negro. That's all you had to say." - To Joe Biden on hearing about his win over McCain in 2008.

24. "I got my technique on Michelle all down cold. I don't be ticklin or nothin." - To HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

23. "I gotta get the taste of that Budweiser out of my mouth. Hand me some Colt 45. Sh*t's for real!" - On the bus after his latest beer tour.

22. "Bin Laden is dead. I killed him. I f*ckin went in there, strangled that muthaf*cka to death. Ain't no Seal Team Six, just Barack Hussein Obama. He dead. Now...any questions?" - To reporters upon returning to the US, presumably after killing Obama.

21. "Romney? You talkin bout Romney? Romney? We're sitting here, and I'm supposed to be the franchise president, and we're talking about Romney?"

20. "You took care of that birth certificate thing, right? My negros in Hawaii, that's what I'm talkin bout!" - To the leaders of the Hawaiian government.

19. "You know what I hate about white people? Shh...here comes Biden, dude thinks he one of us. Sup MAN!" - To Michelle Obama, January 2010.

18. "You know what, fark this shiat, let's drop some f*ckin cash on those mutherf*ckaz and go golfing. Make it rain!" - To Warren Buffet after discussing GM bailout.

17. "Where's my f*ckin teleprompter. Y'all know Barack Hussein can't speak without his m*therfarkin teleprompter. - To aides during a recent tour of the country.

16. "Michelle Bachmann. I wouldn't f*ck Michelle Bachmann with Rush Limbaugh's dick. B*tch is crazay." - To Senator Max Baucus.

15. "You know what. I changed my mind. Sure, why the f*ck not. They can find out how f*ckin weak that sh*t is on they own. Nothin civil about it." - To Joe Biden after debating gay marriage.

14. "Does Barack Obama have to choke a biatch?" - To Hillary Clinton, post debate early 2008.

13. "Let's pour one out for my homes. Yeah I know it's the Oval. Pour that sh*t all over the eagle. It's cryin." - Upon hearing the death of Chris Stevens.

12. "You know what I love ...


Oh m y god.
 
2012-09-18 01:25:12 PM  

pontechango: No, it's the very idea of spending on social programs that benefit the disabled, the poor, the elderly, military veterans, etc. that deeply bothers them. Not to mention any kind of regulations that might internalize the economic externalities that multinational corporations exploit, e.g. cheap labor and environmental regulatory arbitrage. They have demonstrated no problem whatsoever in blindly supporting their government in areas (Iraq War, hint, hint).


No offense intended, ponte, but you hang out in Baaa-stun, IIRC. How many of these run-of-the-mill conservatives do you know or have you met? Is your finger on the pulse, or are you just regurgitating stereotypes for effect? Furthermore, explain to me how all of this stuff about multinational corporations, internalizing economic externalities, exploitation, and environmental arbitrage does not apply equally to the Democratic Party, which people of your stripe religiously support. Seriously, when it comes to cognitive dissonance, Democrat voters seem completely oblivious to the corrupt corporate whore nature of their chosen party. It's like any evidence of this simply cannot permeate the Democratic voter's brain, and they reflexively blame all the ills of the world on those gol-danged evil Republicans, while pretending that thieving Democrats are as pure as the driven snow. It's a fascinating but repulsive spectacle, like watching a dog eat its own vomit.

As to the Iraq War, it was enthusiastically supported by 70% of Americans back in March of 2003, and was voted for by a substantial number of Democratic Congressmen, including a majority of Democratic Senators. But now all of those facts have disappeared down the memory hole, and you can't find a single Democrat alive in America who was not a prescient and vociferous opponent of the Iraq War, curiously enough. Where did they all go? Did they get kidnapped by aliens or sail off into the Bermuda Triangle? How to explain this odd phenomenon? Meanwhile, the debacle in Afghanistan grinds on and our Democratic President continues to rain down Hellfire missiles on mud villages in Waziristan, for inscrutable reasons.
 
2012-09-18 01:29:30 PM  

canyoneer: As to the Iraq War, it was enthusiastically supported by 70% of Americans back in March of 2003, and was voted for by a substantial number of Democratic Congressmen, including a majority of Democratic Senators. But now all of those facts have disappeared down the memory hole, and you can't find a single Democrat alive in America who was not a prescient and vociferous opponent of the Iraq War, curiously enough. Where did they all go? Did they get kidnapped by aliens or sail off into the Bermuda Triangle? How to explain this odd phenomenon?


Here's a hint: They were lied to. We were lied to. Only, you like lies, so long as they agree with the voices in your head.
 
2012-09-18 01:34:50 PM  

omnibus_necanda_sunt: Wait a tic. I'll grab the quotes so they don't get any traffic.



Thanks.
Your courtesy and generosity of spirit is appreciated.
 
2012-09-18 01:42:07 PM  

canyoneer: But now all of those facts have disappeared down the memory hole,


Wait, are you talking about the support for the war, or the reasoning for the war. Because you used the word "facts" when referring to Iraq. It confused me there for a minute.


canyoneer: Meanwhile, the debacle in Afghanistan grinds on and our Democratic President continues to rain down Hellfire missiles on mud villages in Waziristan, for inscrutable reasons.


What inscrutable reasons may look like:
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www.historycommons.org
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i.telegraph.co.uk
www.csmonitor.com
 
2012-09-18 01:47:55 PM  

canyoneer: Furthermore, explain to me how all of this stuff about multinational corporations, internalizing economic externalities, exploitation, and environmental arbitrage does not apply equally to the Democratic Party, which people of your stripe religiously support.


Umm.. what is the Democratic equivalent to the Mariana clause in the Republican Party Platform? Who is the Republican equivalent to Al Gore or Elizabeth Warren? Come on, man. You can't be THAT stupid.

canyoneer: How to explain this odd phenomenon?


http://intelligence.senate.gov/080605/phase2a.pdf

[The Bush Administration] repeatedly presented intelligence as fact when in reality it was unsubstantiated, contradicted, or even non-existent. As a result, the American people were led to believe that the threat from Iraq was much greater than actually existed.
 
2012-09-18 01:49:17 PM  

omnibus_necanda_sunt:
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1) ...


Thank you, good sir. you saved me defiling my monitor with a THall page.

Trotting those out as the more obnoxious quotes from Fartbongo is hilarious. That's the worst they could find?

It looks like an ad FOR Obama, especially next to Willard's ongoing tarsophalangeal target practice.
 
2012-09-18 01:52:58 PM  

canyoneer: It's a fascinating but repulsive spectacle, like watching a dog eat its own vomit.


Or like watching your tortured, cynical exercises of drawing equivalences between Democratic and Republican politicians because Democratic policies aren't pro-Social Darwin/Malthusian enough for you.
 
2012-09-18 01:57:39 PM  

EyeballKid: Here's a hint: They were lied to. We were lied to. Only, you like lies, so long as they agree with the voices in your head.


Oh, la-dee-dah. Anyone who believed that sh*t about Iraq being a big threat to the United States wanted to believe the lie. What you have proposed is that public opinion is unreliable and shouldn't be factored in to any decision, and that the sharks in Congress were fooled...by the New York Times. Well, I happen to be a 30 percenter in this case, and none of it fooled me. I guess maybe I'm a real smart guy, eh? Smarter than dozens and dozens of top, top men in the Democratic Party, evidently. Were you taken in like a hayseed by a carnival barker at the county fair, Kid? Well, if that's the case, your opinion is worth squat.
 
2012-09-18 02:02:02 PM  

canyoneer: EyeballKid: Here's a hint: They were lied to. We were lied to. Only, you like lies, so long as they agree with the voices in your head.

Oh, la-dee-dah. Anyone who believed that sh*t about Iraq being a big threat to the United States wanted to believe the lie. What you have proposed is that public opinion is unreliable and shouldn't be factored in to any decision, and that the sharks in Congress were fooled...by the New York Times. Well, I happen to be a 30 percenter in this case, and none of it fooled me. I guess maybe I'm a real smart guy, eh? Smarter than dozens and dozens of top, top men in the Democratic Party, evidently. Were you taken in like a hayseed by a carnival barker at the county fair, Kid? Well, if that's the case, your opinion is worth squat.


Gosh. If it's possible that my naivete and my trusting nature resulted in the Iraq war -- not to mention what I was wearing at the time, I must have looked like I wanted it something bad -- it seems you should have put me on ignore. Oh well, at least one of us has learned something today. Adios, dickbag.
 
2012-09-18 02:05:01 PM  

Epoch_Zero: What inscrutable reasons may look like: [i2.cdn.turner.com image 640x360] [www.historycommons.org image 272x257] [assets.nydailynews.com image 485x364] [i.telegraph.co.uk image 620x387] [www.csmonitor.com image 600x400]


So bombing these people will discourage them from engaging terrorism, eh? Well, what do you know? I aways assumed bombing people would piss them off, but you learn something new every day, as the old saying goes. I'm a bit confused, though. I was assured in one of these Fark forums just the other day that we should ban people from expressing any low opinion of Islam or Mohammed because it might provoke these fellows to engage in terrorism. Something about "fighting words." So, let me make sure I'm following the logic: Movies lampooning Mohammed should be banned, but bombing Muslims will stop terrorism. Right? Am I following your line of reasoning here?
 
2012-09-18 02:07:18 PM  

canyoneer: EyeballKid: Here's a hint: They were lied to. We were lied to. Only, you like lies, so long as they agree with the voices in your head.

Oh, la-dee-dah. Anyone who believed that sh*t about Iraq being a big threat to the United States wanted to believe the lie. What you have proposed is that public opinion is unreliable and shouldn't be factored in to any decision, and that the sharks in Congress were fooled...by the New York Times. Well, I happen to be a 30 percenter in this case, and none of it fooled me. I guess maybe I'm a real smart guy, eh? Smarter than dozens and dozens of top, top men in the Democratic Party, evidently. Were you taken in like a hayseed by a carnival barker at the county fair, Kid? Well, if that's the case, your opinion is worth squat.


Yes. People like Max Cleland stood up (metaphorically. Maxie's legs don't work so good anymore, having been blown off in Vietnam while Saxby Chambliss farted audibly and called it an education) and said "This is wrong, we shouldn't do this." And then true patriots like Saxby Chambliss said "Max Cleland is a pussy traitor who wants the terrorists to win."

They were going to get their war, Democrats voting in favor or no. Let's look at the vote totals, shall we?
House: Republicans 215-6 (2 not voting), Democrats 82-126 (1 not voting; plus Independent Bernie Sanders for 127 against).
Senate: Republicans 48-1 (plus Jeffords voting against makes 2 nays), Democrats 29-21.

Beside the fact that the October vote authorized the use of force. It didn't require it. Perhaps Congressmen believed Bush when he said that force was the last option on the table, to be used for emergencies only.
 
2012-09-18 02:10:12 PM  
Because what we really need is a President who grew up with magic underwear and a silver spoon whose only real indiscretions financial and tax related.
 
2012-09-18 02:10:30 PM  

canyoneer: Epoch_Zero: What inscrutable reasons may look like: [i2.cdn.turner.com image 640x360] [www.historycommons.org image 272x257] [assets.nydailynews.com image 485x364] [i.telegraph.co.uk image 620x387] [www.csmonitor.com image 600x400]

So bombing these people will discourage them from engaging terrorism, eh? Well, what do you know? I aways assumed bombing people would piss them off, but you learn something new every day, as the old saying goes. I'm a bit confused, though. I was assured in one of these Fark forums just the other day that we should ban people from expressing any low opinion of Islam or Mohammed because it might provoke these fellows to engage in terrorism. Something about "fighting words." So, let me make sure I'm following the logic: Movies lampooning Mohammed should be banned, but bombing Muslims will stop terrorism. Right? Am I following your line of reasoning here?


You're getting straw, just, everywhere.
 
2012-09-18 02:12:30 PM  

pontechango: Umm.. what is the Democratic equivalent to the Mariana clause in the Republican Party Platform? Who is the Republican equivalent to Al Gore or Elizabeth Warren? Come on, man. You can't be THAT stupid.


Who runs Obama's Treasury Department? A bunch of Goldman Sachs executives, playing the usual game of musical chairs. Come on, man. You can't be THAT stupid.

Oh, and BTW: I don't give two sh*ts about who might be a Republican equivalent to Al Gore or the sweet old Cherokee school marm up in Massachussetts, because neither of them impress me at all, and any Republican equivalent to them would leave me just as unimpressed. You see, I am not inspired by politicians and their insincere, two-faced bullsh*t. That's for the hayseeds.
 
2012-09-18 02:14:14 PM  
25) Liberal feel-good talking point
24) Socialist propaganda
23) I don't like whites
22) Wealthy people are bad (see #24)
21) Self-important douchenozzleness

/etc
//etc
 
2012-09-18 02:15:48 PM  

canyoneer: You see, I am not inspired by politicians and their insincere, two-faced bullsh*t. That's for the hayseeds.


Now watch me consistently argue against one philosophy while defending another.Because I am an Independent, and do not wish to create joinder with any party!
 
2012-09-18 02:18:15 PM  

canyoneer: Well, I happen to be a 30 percenter in this case, and none of it fooled me. I guess maybe I'm a real smart guy, eh? Smarter than dozens and dozens of top, top men in the Democratic Party, evidently. Were you taken in like a hayseed by a carnival barker at the county fair, Kid? Well, if that's the case, your opinion is worth squat.


And yet a lot of prominent Democrats were publicly skeptical about the authorization to use force: Howard Dean, Robert Byrd, and, yes, Barack Obama.

The only thing the Republicans have that's equivalent is their red-headed step-child, Ron Paul.

Beside the fact that the October vote authorized the use of force. It didn't require it. Perhaps Congressmen believed Bush when he said that force was the last option on the table, to be used for emergencies only.

Not to mention:
In a devastating passage, Rycroft added: "In other words, if for some reason [such as a French or Russian veto] there were no second resolution agreed ... we and the US would take action."

The Downing Street letter is particularly significant considering the government's repeated emphasis in public at the time on the need for UN approval before any invasion of Iraq.
 
2012-09-18 02:22:50 PM  
1) "You got into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing's replaced them. And they fell through the Clinton Administration, and the Bush Administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not. And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations." --Barack Obama

talk about context geez... they LITERALLY don't understand what he says....
 
2012-09-18 02:24:49 PM  

omnibus_necanda_sunt: Wait a tic. I'll grab the quotes so they don't get any traffic.


Thanks. Whenever I click on Clownhall, I end up regretting it.
 
2012-09-18 02:31:26 PM  

canyoneer: Oh, and BTW: I don't give two sh*ts about who might be a Republican equivalent to Al Gore or the sweet old Cherokee school marm up in Massachussetts, because neither of them impress me at all, and any Republican equivalent to them would leave me just as unimpressed. You see, I am not inspired by politicians and their insincere, two-faced bullsh*t. That's for the hayseeds.


Yeah, I know won't be "impressed" until Ted Kaczynski/Pat Buchanan runs on the Unity Party ticket.

But what I did was provide you with two exemplary Democratic politicians who have specifically campaigned on internalizing labor and environmental market externalities, since you scoffed at the idea that Democrats were any different than Republicans in that respect. Maybe the hayseeds got that, even if you didn't.
 
2012-09-18 02:32:52 PM  

Epoch_Zero:
You're getting straw, just, everywhere.


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2012-09-18 02:32:53 PM  

Virulency: antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment


Funny how that part got lost and now it's all clinging to "guns and religion".
 
2012-09-18 02:32:57 PM  

Jackson Herring: Philip Francis Queeg: Why do this guy's idiotic lists keep getting greenlit?

Because making fun of John Hawkins, professional Fat Blogger, is hilarious?


List of ladies I have made sweet love to:

1. Shaqueefka the Queefing Prostitute
 
2012-09-18 02:36:25 PM  

Paris1127: Better list:
[i.huffpost.com image 650x819]


Hey! I got all the answers right, without cheating!

///Way too much Simpsons on at my house....
 
2012-09-18 02:37:49 PM  

sweetmelissa31: Jackson Herring: Philip Francis Queeg: Why do this guy's idiotic lists keep getting greenlit?

Because making fun of John Hawkins, professional Fat Blogger, is hilarious?

List of ladies I have made sweet love to:

1. Shaqueefka the Queefing Prostitute


pics?
 
2012-09-18 02:45:10 PM  

RedT: Cuchulane: 1. "There are 47 percent of the people who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it."
2. "I'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives."
3. "Middle income is between $200,000 and $250,000 a year."
4. "I'm not familiar, precisely, with exactly what I said, but I stand by what I said, whatever it was."
5. "PETA is not happy that my dog likes fresh air."
6. "We should double Guantanamo!"
7. "I'm happy to learn that after I speak you're going to hear from Ann Coulter. That's a good thing. I think it's important to get the views of moderates."

Oh, wait.. not Romney?

I don't follow NASCAR as closely as some of the most ardent fans, but I have some great friends who are NASCAR team owners.

I like those fancy raincoats you bought, really sprung for the big bucks.

'I hope people understand this, your friends who like Obamacare, you remind them of this, if they want more stuff from government tell them to go vote for the other guy - more free stuff. But don't forget nothing is really free.

Don't try to stop the foreclosure process. Let it run its course and hit the bottom.

I like being able to fire people who provide services to me.

I should tell my story. I'm also unemployed.

An apology for America's values is never the right course. ... The statement that came from the administration was -- was a statement which is akin to apology and I think was a -- a severe miscalculation.

5 minutes later . . .
And the idea of using something that some people consider sacred and then parading that out in a negative way is simply inappropriate and wrong. And I wish people wouldn't do it.


'My sons are all adults and they've made decisions about their careers and they've chosen not to serve in the military and active duty and I respect their decisio ...


And......."Let Detroit Go Bankrupt."
 
2012-09-18 02:49:40 PM  

Virulency: 1) "You got into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing's replaced them. And they fell through the Clinton Administration, and the Bush Administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not. And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations." --Barack Obama

talk about context geez... they LITERALLY don't understand what he says....


See also: you didn't build that.
 
2012-09-18 03:21:50 PM  

Epoch_Zero: Now watch me consistently argue against one philosophy while defending another.Because I am an Independent, and do not wish to create joinder with any party!


You will note I do not argue against a philosophy, but rather against a party which sometimes espouses a certain philosophy while conducting a very different business-as-usual. I'm not swayed by what the Democratic Party says, but I do watch what it actually does, which is consistently Republican-lite. Many of you guys are impressed by the party's extremists, who rarely influence actual policy and law-making. You see, I abhor lies and hypocrisy. Just as the compassionate Christianity of the Republicans is a sham to sway the hayseeds, so is the compassionate humanism of the Democrats. So, we have the Obama Treasury Department run by the very Wall Street bankers who are vilified in Democratic stump speeches, and lobbyists writing legislation (see Exelon) while Democrats decry the supposed cozy relationship between "big business" and the Republicans. Me, I'm a pragmatist, not a conservative or a liberal. Obviously, we have some very objective, real-world problems in this country, and it is plain that the same corrupt private political parties and individuals who have caused these problems by selling government to the highest bidder are unlikely to do much, if anything, to reform a system which is making them wealthy. If you want to sit here and claim that Democrats aren't corrupt and aren't getting rich in this rigged game, you're either an on-the-take operative yourself or you're just a fool.
 
2012-09-18 03:32:48 PM  

Mikey1969: I had already clicked without seeing the 'Townhall' part


Let me guess, stoned again?
 
2012-09-18 03:34:15 PM  

canyoneer: Epoch_Zero: Now watch me consistently argue against one philosophy while defending another.Because I am an Independent, and do not wish to create joinder with any party!

You will note [blah blah blah]


Noam Chomsky's smarter than your pompous, pseudo-pragmatist ass.
Choosing the lesser of two evils isn't a bad thing. The cliché makes it sound bad, but it's a good thing. You get less evil.
 
2012-09-18 03:44:30 PM  

bdub77: 25. "Sh*t, negro. That's all you had to say." - To Joe Biden on hearing about his win over McCain in 2008.

24. "I got my technique on Michelle all down cold. I don't be ticklin or nothin." - To HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

23. "I gotta get the taste of that Budweiser out of my mouth. Hand me some Colt 45. Sh*t's for real!" - On the bus after his latest beer tour.

22. "Bin Laden is dead. I killed him. I f*ckin went in there, strangled that muthaf*cka to death. Ain't no Seal Team Six, just Barack Hussein Obama. He dead. Now...any questions?" - To reporters upon returning to the US, presumably after killing Obama.

21. "Romney? You talkin bout Romney? Romney? We're sitting here, and I'm supposed to be the franchise president, and we're talking about Romney?"

20. "You took care of that birth certificate thing, right? My negros in Hawaii, that's what I'm talkin bout!" - To the leaders of the Hawaiian government.

19. "You know what I hate about white people? Shh...here comes Biden, dude thinks he one of us. Sup MAN!" - To Michelle Obama, January 2010.

18. "You know what, fark this shiat, let's drop some f*ckin cash on those mutherf*ckaz and go golfing. Make it rain!" - To Warren Buffet after discussing GM bailout.

17. "Where's my f*ckin teleprompter. Y'all know Barack Hussein can't speak without his m*therfarkin teleprompter. - To aides during a recent tour of the country.

16. "Michelle Bachmann. I wouldn't f*ck Michelle Bachmann with Rush Limbaugh's dick. B*tch is crazay." - To Senator Max Baucus.

15. "You know what. I changed my mind. Sure, why the f*ck not. They can find out how f*ckin weak that sh*t is on they own. Nothin civil about it." - To Joe Biden after debating gay marriage.

14. "Does Barack Obama have to choke a biatch?" - To Hillary Clinton, post debate early 2008.

13. "Let's pour one out for my homes. Yeah I know it's the Oval. Pour that sh*t all over the eagle. It's cryin." - Upon hearing the death of Chris Stevens.

12. "You know what I love ...


I imagine it's been said several times already, but I love you.
 
2012-09-18 03:51:18 PM  
media.townhall.com
 
2012-09-18 04:03:57 PM  

canyoneer: So, we have the Obama Treasury Department run by the very Wall Street bankers who are vilified in Democratic stump speeches, and lobbyists writing legislation (see Exelon) while Democrats decry the supposed cozy relationship between "big business" and the Republicans. Me, I'm a pragmatist, not a conservative or a liberal.


Pragmatists don't live in swing states and vote for candidates who will never win. Pragmatists understand that, whatever you may say about industry lobbyists authoring policy for Democrats, the Republican Party is a thousand times worse (see Hank Paulson, K Street Project, ExxonMobil, etc. etc.).
 
2012-09-18 06:04:57 PM  

Flaming Yawn: SkinnyHead: EyeballKid: SkinnyHead: The part where he and his Marxist buddies grind their cigarettes into the dorm hallway carpet because they felt alienated by "bourgeois society" is the most obnoxious. And the most telling.

Yeah. Kids in college do dumbs stuff. I'll alert the local media, you inform the clergy.

Why is he bragging about it? And it wasn't just dumb, it was malicious to put cigarette burns in the carpet just to get back at "bourgeois society." Makes people wonder whether he still wants to destroy things to get back at "bourgeois society."

B. Hussein Obama is systematically DESTROYING the United States and converting it to a post apocalyptic Shari'a/Stalinist wasteland and you're worried about CIGARETTE BURNS ON DORM HALL CARPET????

Um, time to WAKE UP, man.


Well, in all fairness, Cigarette Burns was a pretty farked-up movie.
 
2012-09-18 06:11:06 PM  
 
2012-09-18 06:16:26 PM  
Poe's Law or Fark infiltrator posting in theblaze comments (to an S.E.Cupp column)?

If Barack Hussein Obama wins, America is over. There WILL be civil war, because principled patriots won't just sit and watch as Obama death squads begin to commit genocide against conservatives. And there's no question that the Barack Hussein Obama Regime will follow the example of their fellow traveler, Mao Zedong, because they have proven, with their actions, that is precisely where they're headed.

I would say this is over the top, but probably 50% of the comments on that site literally repeat that "America is completely doomed unless Mitt Romney wins the election."

/hyperbole much?
 
2012-09-18 06:50:37 PM  

Flaming Yawn: Poe's Law or Fark infiltrator posting in theblaze comments (to an S.E.Cupp column)?

If Barack Hussein Obama wins, America is over. There WILL be civil war, because principled patriots won't just sit and watch as Obama death squads begin to commit genocide against conservatives. And there's no question that the Barack Hussein Obama Regime will follow the example of their fellow traveler, Mao Zedong, because they have proven, with their actions, that is precisely where they're headed.

I would say this is over the top, but probably 50% of the comments on that site literally repeat that "America is completely doomed unless Mitt Romney wins the election."

/hyperbole much?


Sounds like its real. Too calm for trolling.
 
2012-09-18 07:39:43 PM  
The 25 most obnoxious quotes from Mitt Romney == The most recent 25 quotes from Mitt Romney
 
2012-09-18 11:57:24 PM  
My favorite quote from 0bama is

"I hate... white people"
 
2012-09-18 11:59:20 PM  

SkinnyHead: Some want to destroy things because they're full of anger and resentment.



Right. And they join the military at 18 and the majority become uneducated hardcore conservatives and libertarian leaning
 
2012-09-19 11:22:48 AM  

BuckTurgidson: [media.townhall.com image 65x60]


Ack! I didn't realize it was this shiatstain. This guy is a pustule on a boil on a pimple on the ass of Rush Limpbaugh's cabana boy.

Not only is John Hawkins a herp-derp lunatic, he's not even good at it. His moronic ramblings make real herp-derpers look smart by comparison.
 
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