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2012-09-28 10:32:56 PM

runwiz: I love Ann Coulter's debate technique. Things are facts because I declare them to be facts. Can't argue with that logic.


She wants to give conservatives credit for the civil rights movement. Difficulty: conservatives at the time denounced the civil rights movement as a Socialist plot (and to be honest, there were a lot of actual Socialists involved with the civil rights movement, like A. Phillip Randolph and Bayard Rustin). Further difficulty: Joe McCarthy is one of her heroes.

/You can't explain that.
 
2012-09-28 10:42:57 PM
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2012-09-28 10:43:26 PM

chumboobler: Why ask me? I'm Canadian.


Well, you seemed to know how things worked around here, so why not ask?

But you would be instantly sent to a health care death panel if you believe the fear mongering

No...actually I'm one of those godless Californian libruls who want to turn America into a communo-fascist Islamic caliphate and execute conservative Christians and send their kids to reeducation camp...or something like that
 
2012-09-28 10:50:33 PM
It's truly hilarious, albeit a little frightening, to listen to conservatives talk about how the Republicans were the big champions for blah folks. It ended with Roosevelt, you morons. The big Miz-zipi flood of the late 20's right before Hoover was elected in '28. The GOP abandoned the poor Southern blacks, and the Dems courted them. Then Truman integrated the armed forces in '48. Then Johnson signed the '64 civil rights act. Then Strom and all the boys headed for the GOP's big taint..er..tent...Southern Strategy a myth? I moved from the DC suburbs of NoVa to Raleigh in the late 80's. Jesse Helms campaign against Harvey Gant in 1990 was classic. The 'hands ad'. Oh...and then there was Willie Horton courtesy of Lee Atwater in '88 against Dukakis. Among hundreds, if not thousands of other examples, of course. Coulter is a typical conservative revisionist apologist. What she spouts is total crap.
 
2012-09-28 10:53:09 PM
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2012-09-28 10:53:37 PM
From the wiki machine...


The aftermath of the flood was one factor in the Great Migration of African-Americans to northern cities. During an era in which racism was commonplace, blacks built levees at gunpoint, starved in refugee camps and many were left to fend for themselves during the flood, while whites were rescued.[5] Previously, the move from the rural South to the Northern cities had virtually stopped. The flood waters began to recede in June 1927, but interracial relations continued to be strained. Hostilities had erupted between the races; a black man was shot by a white police officer when he refused to be conscripted to unload a relief boat.[6][7] As a result of displacements lasting up to six months, tens of thousands of local African-Americans moved to the big cities of the North, particularly Chicago; many thousands more followed in the following decades.[8]

The flood propelled Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, who was in charge of flood relief operations, into the national spotlight and set the stage for his election to the presidency, but indirectly contributed to his defeat four years later. The flood also aided Huey Long's election to the governorship of Louisiana in 1928.[9]:408-409, 477, 487 Hoover was much lauded for his masterful handling of the refugee camps, but later concerns over the treatment of blacks in those camps caused him to make promises to the African-American community which he later broke, losing the black vote in his reelection campaign.[9]:259-290, passim Several reports on the terrible situation in the refugee camps, including one by the Colored Advisory Commission by Robert Russa Moton, were kept out of the media at Hoover's request, with the pledge of further reforms for blacks after the presidential election. When he failed to deliver, Moton and other influential African-Americans helped to shift the allegiance of Black Americans from the Republican party to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Democrats.[9]:415

The flood resulted in a great cultural output as well, inspiring a great deal of folklore and folk music. Charlie Patton, Bessie Smith, Barbecue Bob, and many other blues musicians wrote songs about the flood. Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie's "When the Levee Breaks" was reworked by Led Zeppelin, and became one of that group's most famous songs. William Faulkner's short story "Old Man" (in the book If I Forget Thee Jerusalem) was about a prison break from Parchman Penitentiary during the flood. Several decades after the flood, Randy Newman wrote the song "Louisiana 1927," Zachary Richard wrote the song "Big River," and Eric Bibb wrote the song "Flood Water" about it.
 
2012-09-28 10:54:51 PM

Lionel Mandrake: chumboobler: Why ask me? I'm Canadian.

Well, you seemed to know how things worked around here, so why not ask?

But you would be instantly sent to a health care death panel if you believe the fear mongering

No...actually I'm one of those godless Californian libruls who want to turn America into a communo-fascist Islamic caliphate and execute conservative Christians and send their kids to reeducation camp...or something like that


That seems extreme to me. We are probably more politically aligned than we know but are being obtuse as a couple...
 
2012-09-28 11:03:31 PM

StewPie: It's truly hilarious, albeit a little frightening, to listen to conservatives talk about how the Republicans were the big champions for blah folks. It ended with Roosevelt, you morons. The big Miz-zipi flood of the late 20's right before Hoover was elected in '28. The GOP abandoned the poor Southern blacks, and the Dems courted them. Then Truman integrated the armed forces in '48. Then Johnson signed the '64 civil rights act. Then Strom and all the boys headed for the GOP's big taint..er..tent...Southern Strategy a myth? I moved from the DC suburbs of NoVa to Raleigh in the late 80's. Jesse Helms campaign against Harvey Gant in 1990 was classic. The 'hands ad'. Oh...and then there was Willie Horton courtesy of Lee Atwater in '88 against Dukakis. Among hundreds, if not thousands of other examples, of course. Coulter is a typical conservative revisionist apologist. What she spouts is total crap.


Here's the vote in 64 on the civil rights act broken down by party. I had no idea it looked like this.

By party
The original House version:[16]
Democratic Party: 152-96 (61-39%)
Republican Party: 138-34 (80-20%)
Cloture in the Senate:[17]
Democratic Party: 44-23 (66-34%)
Republican Party: 27-6 (82-18%)
The Senate version:[16]
Democratic Party: 46-21 (69-31%)
Republican Party: 27-6 (82-18%)
The Senate version, voted on by the House:[16]
Democratic Party: 153-91 (63-37%)
Republican Party: 136-35 (80-20%)
 
2012-09-28 11:05:45 PM

chumboobler: Lionel Mandrake: chumboobler: Why ask me? I'm Canadian.

Well, you seemed to know how things worked around here, so why not ask?

But you would be instantly sent to a health care death panel if you believe the fear mongering

No...actually I'm one of those godless Californian libruls who want to turn America into a communo-fascist Islamic caliphate and execute conservative Christians and send their kids to reeducation camp...or something like that

That seems extreme to me. We are probably more politically aligned than we know but are being obtuse as a couple...


Well, I've had so many FARK "conservatives" and teabaggers tell me that that's what liberals really believe, so I finally decided to accept it as true. I mean, that many people couldn't possibly be paranoid, ill-informed Rushbots, right?
 
2012-09-28 11:13:53 PM

Irregardless: StewPie: It's truly hilarious, albeit a little frightening, to listen to conservatives talk about how the Republicans were the big champions for blah folks. It ended with Roosevelt, you morons. The big Miz-zipi flood of the late 20's right before Hoover was elected in '28. The GOP abandoned the poor Southern blacks, and the Dems courted them. Then Truman integrated the armed forces in '48. Then Johnson signed the '64 civil rights act. Then Strom and all the boys headed for the GOP's big taint..er..tent...Southern Strategy a myth? I moved from the DC suburbs of NoVa to Raleigh in the late 80's. Jesse Helms campaign against Harvey Gant in 1990 was classic. The 'hands ad'. Oh...and then there was Willie Horton courtesy of Lee Atwater in '88 against Dukakis. Among hundreds, if not thousands of other examples, of course. Coulter is a typical conservative revisionist apologist. What she spouts is total crap.

Here's the vote in 64 on the civil rights act broken down by party. I had no idea it looked like this.

By party
The original House version:[16]
Democratic Party: 152-96 (61-39%)
Republican Party: 138-34 (80-20%)
Cloture in the Senate:[17]
Democratic Party: 44-23 (66-34%)
Republican Party: 27-6 (82-18%)
The Senate version:[16]
Democratic Party: 46-21 (69-31%)
Republican Party: 27-6 (82-18%)
The Senate version, voted on by the House:[16]
Democratic Party: 153-91 (63-37%)
Republican Party: 136-35 (80-20%)


Well, yeah. And drill down a bit to see who cast those negative votes in the Dem Party? My bet would be nearly 100 per cent Dixiecrats. The sad part being that those positive votes from the Republicans? Those folks would all be drummed out these days as RINO's.
 
2012-09-28 11:30:42 PM

MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.


Can you explain to me, from a conservative's perspective, why the concepts of guilt, shame, and apologizing are so repugnant and offensive? I'm not attacking you, btw. I'm genuinely curious to hear your thoughts.

Here's my own theory, and you can tell me if I'm way off base or close to home. I believe that conservatives view feelings of guilt and shame as a weakness, and apologizing as the ultimate weakness. And I believe that conservatives, in general, view liberals as weak people.

Would you say that's generally accurate?
 
2012-09-28 11:37:59 PM
Okay, I tried to watch it. I really did. This is all I saw.
 
2012-09-28 11:38:15 PM

HighOnCraic: runwiz: I love Ann Coulter's debate technique. Things are facts because I declare them to be facts. Can't argue with that logic.

She wants to give conservatives credit for the civil rights movement. Difficulty: conservatives at the time denounced the civil rights movement as a Socialist plot (and to be honest, there were a lot of actual Socialists involved with the civil rights movement, like A. Phillip Randolph and Bayard Rustin). Further difficulty: Joe McCarthy is one of her heroes.

/You can't explain that.


runwiz forgot the corollary to that rule: Things are facts because I declare them to be facts...AND things which I do not declare to be fact are therefore not factual.

Thus, your example wouldn't count because [fact] Conservatives were for the civil rights movement. [fact] Conservatives are not socialists. [inference] Anyone involved in the civil rights movement cannot have been a socialist. (rationale: Because they were conservatives) [conclusion] Randolph and Rustin were not socialists because they were involved in the civil rights movement.

Alternatively: Randolph and Rustin were not involved in the civil rights movement (your facts are wrong).
 
2012-09-28 11:40:42 PM

Stoker: I'd sure like Whoopie to run for President, she would have my vote.

It's time we had a comedian in the W-house, they just speak what's on theirs and everybody's minds.


I fail to see what having Whoopi Goldberg in the White House has to do with having a comedian in the White House.
 
2012-09-28 11:45:19 PM

StewPie: Irregardless: StewPie: It's truly hilarious, albeit a little frightening, to listen to conservatives talk about how the Republicans were the big champions for blah folks. It ended with Roosevelt, you morons. The big Miz-zipi flood of the late 20's right before Hoover was elected in '28. The GOP abandoned the poor Southern blacks, and the Dems courted them. Then Truman integrated the armed forces in '48. Then Johnson signed the '64 civil rights act. Then Strom and all the boys headed for the GOP's big taint..er..tent...Southern Strategy a myth? I moved from the DC suburbs of NoVa to Raleigh in the late 80's. Jesse Helms campaign against Harvey Gant in 1990 was classic. The 'hands ad'. Oh...and then there was Willie Horton courtesy of Lee Atwater in '88 against Dukakis. Among hundreds, if not thousands of other examples, of course. Coulter is a typical conservative revisionist apologist. What she spouts is total crap.

Here's the vote in 64 on the civil rights act broken down by party. I had no idea it looked like this.

By party
The original House version:[16]
Democratic Party: 152-96 (61-39%)
Republican Party: 138-34 (80-20%)
Cloture in the Senate:[17]
Democratic Party: 44-23 (66-34%)
Republican Party: 27-6 (82-18%)
The Senate version:[16]
Democratic Party: 46-21 (69-31%)
Republican Party: 27-6 (82-18%)
The Senate version, voted on by the House:[16]
Democratic Party: 153-91 (63-37%)
Republican Party: 136-35 (80-20%)

Well, yeah. And drill down a bit to see who cast those negative votes in the Dem Party? My bet would be nearly 100 per cent Dixiecrats. The sad part being that those positive votes from the Republicans? Those folks would all be drummed out these days as RINO's.





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No southern strategy,,,,,riiiggghhttt.
 
2012-09-28 11:50:49 PM
Blues_X:
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"Gives ussss the preciousss! Nassssty hobbitses!"
 
2012-09-28 11:50:57 PM
That was a video interpretation of any Fark Pol Tab thread.
 
2012-09-29 12:04:31 AM

Cubansaltyballs: Ok. I'll admit it. I'd f*ck Ann Coulter.

Why? She's just so full of anger and hatred I think it would be fun to blow a load in face and/or toss it in her ass for some surprise buttsecks.

You can judge me. I don't care. I would savage that ass and I would enjoy it.


Even if her schlong is bigger than yours?
 
2012-09-29 12:12:55 AM

Need Help Soonish: Noam Chimpsky: Exactly, and he's more popular than all the white male Democrats put together. So why are there so many white male Democrats in positions of power and why don't they move aside to make the party's politicians more representative of its demographics?

Cause politicians stay in office forever. As the old crusty white dudes die off, they will be replaced with a rainbow hue of awesome... Things like demographic shifts take time to work their way up. But the Dems are on it, no worries.


There is a solution for that. Republicans have been primarying their geezers for their reasons, Democrats can find candidates who are more representative of the party's demographics. It's disappointing that the old white male Democrat power can't be humble and step aside to make room for people who deserve their chance at power. And it's not like the white Democrats have done such a bang up job that we just can't live without their white awesomeness.

Besides, they aren't gonna convince me they give a damn about black unemployment when they are stealing a job that rightfully belongs to a black person.
 
2012-09-29 12:32:00 AM

Noam Chimpsky: Besides, they aren't gonna convince me they give a damn about black unemployment when they are stealing a job that rightfully belongs to a black person.


[thisiswhatdumblookslike.jpg]
 
2012-09-29 12:46:01 AM

jcooli09: Cubansaltyballs: Ok. I'll admit it. I'd f*ck Ann Coulter.

Why? She's just so full of anger and hatred I think it would be fun to blow a load in face and/or toss it in her ass for some surprise buttsecks.

You can judge me. I don't care. I would savage that ass and I would enjoy it.

Even if her schlong is bigger than yours?


I've got a pretty big cock. I won't get jealous.
 
2012-09-29 12:48:29 AM

chumboobler: While one party that is owned by rich white old dudes cries that a "mooselim" is running the country, the other party that is owned by rich old white dudes says we are for equality of all races..... as long as they live in a different neighborhood.


I've never seen this "as long as they live in a different neighborhood" idea promoted by Democrats out loud.

So your post fails the False Equivalence test.
 
2012-09-29 12:49:20 AM

StewPie: Well, yeah. And drill down a bit to see who cast those negative votes in the Dem Party? My bet would be nearly 100 per cent Dixiecrats.


Yup. It had very little, if anything, to do with party, and pretty much everything to do with region.

The original House version:
Southern Democrats: 7-87 (7-93%)
Southern Republicans: 0-10 (0-100%)
Northern Democrats: 145-9 (94-6%)
Northern Republicans: 138-24 (85-15%)
The Senate version:
Southern Democrats: 1-20 (5-95%)
Southern Republicans: 0-1 (0-100%)
Northern Democrats: 45-1 (98-2%)
Northern Republicans: 27-5 (84-16%)

form wiki
 
2012-09-29 12:49:29 AM
Ann Coulter explains mansplains how black people feel...to Whoopi Goldberg
 
2012-09-29 12:55:22 AM
For an encore, Rush Limbaugh tells George Takei how thin homosexual Asians feel?
 
2012-09-29 01:08:55 AM

Cubansaltyballs: Ok. I'll admit it. I'd f*ck Ann Coulter.

Why? She's just so full of anger and hatred I think it would be fun to blow a load in face and/or toss it in her ass for some surprise buttsecks.

You can judge me. I don't care. I would savage that ass and I would enjoy it.


YOu can have that man-ass. That biatch is nothing but ugly and nasty. Not one bit about that "thing" is attractive.

Yuck. Yuck. Yuck. You'd have nightmares having sex with that thing.
 
2012-09-29 01:10:27 AM

Ishidan: For an encore, Rush Limbaugh tells George Takei how thin homosexual Asians feel?


I would actually listen to that. Strictly for the kitsch value.

/oh my
 
2012-09-29 01:25:58 AM

Curse of the Goth Kids: Ishidan: For an encore, Rush Limbaugh tells George Takei how thin homosexual Asians feel?

I would actually listen to that. Strictly for the kitsch value.

/oh my


I've heard Rush Limbaugh is something of an expert on how thin Dominican boys feel...
 
2012-09-29 01:31:13 AM

vernonFL: Ann Coulter is a troll. The View is fertile fishing grounds for her attention whoring political performance art.


Pretty much this. I hope there are still people out there who take her seriously. This is pure performance for shock value and nothing more.
 
2012-09-29 02:03:42 AM
Nice... Never seen her on a show that wasn't hosted by a friendly. Usually when there is that much argument against her, O'Reilly or someone joins her in shouting down the person who dared to question her claims. You could tell she was in trouble about 10 seconds in, just by Whoopi's body language.

Who cares if it was just the chicks on The View? It's nice to see anyone pont out her fallacies, it doesn't have to be Walter Cronkite, as long as her biased lies are exposed.

And what would she do for a living if the word "liberal" hadn't been invented?
 
2012-09-29 02:04:23 AM

Cubansaltyballs: Ok. I'll admit it. I'd f*ck Ann Coulter.

Why? She's just so full of anger and hatred I think it would be fun to blow a load in face and/or toss it in her ass for some surprise buttsecks.

You can judge me. I don't care. I would savage that ass and I would enjoy it.


Good lord no, one of her elbows would probably sever an artery or something...
 
2012-09-29 02:05:54 AM

MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.


Dude, he's still not going to fark you.
 
2012-09-29 02:08:41 AM

scottydoesntknow: AdolfOliverPanties: am conflicted. I can't stand Whoppi or Whoppi. But Ann Coulter is putrescent bog beast.

I feel like I'm in ancient Greece watching harpies scream at a gorgon


I think libs an cons may have found some common ground here because I couldnt stand to watch this.
 
2012-09-29 02:14:09 AM

wotthefark: StewPie: Irregardless: StewPie: It's truly hilarious, albeit a little frightening, to listen to conservatives talk about how the Republicans were the big champions for blah folks. It ended with Roosevelt, you morons. The big Miz-zipi flood of the late 20's right before Hoover was elected in '28. The GOP abandoned the poor Southern blacks, and the Dems courted them. Then Truman integrated the armed forces in '48. Then Johnson signed the '64 civil rights act. Then Strom and all the boys headed for the GOP's big taint..er..tent...Southern Strategy a myth? I moved from the DC suburbs of NoVa to Raleigh in the late 80's. Jesse Helms campaign against Harvey Gant in 1990 was classic. The 'hands ad'. Oh...and then there was Willie Horton courtesy of Lee Atwater in '88 against Dukakis. Among hundreds, if not thousands of other examples, of course. Coulter is a typical conservative revisionist apologist. What she spouts is total crap.

Here's the vote in 64 on the civil rights act broken down by party. I had no idea it looked like this.

By party
The original House version:[16]
Democratic Party: 152-96 (61-39%)
Republican Party: 138-34 (80-20%)
Cloture in the Senate:[17]
Democratic Party: 44-23 (66-34%)
Republican Party: 27-6 (82-18%)
The Senate version:[16]
Democratic Party: 46-21 (69-31%)
Republican Party: 27-6 (82-18%)
The Senate version, voted on by the House:[16]
Democratic Party: 153-91 (63-37%)
Republican Party: 136-35 (80-20%)

Well, yeah. And drill down a bit to see who cast those negative votes in the Dem Party? My bet would be nearly 100 per cent Dixiecrats. The sad part being that those positive votes from the Republicans? Those folks would all be drummed out these days as RINO's.







No southern strategy,,,,,riiiggghhttt.


Southerners are moving right in part because Democrats have moved way left.

There is no Sam Nunn among the Democrats right now.
 
2012-09-29 02:19:12 AM

ThatGuyFromTheInternet: AdolfOliverPanties: I am conflicted. I can't stand Whoppi or Whoppi. But Ann Coulter is putrescent bog beast.

Is there a third option? Maybe a studio fire that takes them both out?

Points to Goldberg for tending bar on the Enterprise.


Minus all credibility for defending Polanski with that "rape rape" horseshiat.
 
2012-09-29 02:20:41 AM

Mikey1969: MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.

Dude, he's still not going to fark you.


He might...
 
2012-09-29 02:43:35 AM

rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.


But it's okay to worship Stewart, Colbert and Maher? Everything that comes out of their mouths is gospel? Alrighty, then.
 
2012-09-29 02:46:43 AM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

But it's okay to worship Stewart, Colbert and Maher? Everything that comes out of their mouths is gospel? Alrighty, then.


Worship?
 
2012-09-29 03:02:43 AM

Need Help Soonish: ExperianScaresCthulhu: a) Remember the sea of Viva Bush stickers from 2000 and 2004?

Im not seeing many Romney stickers are you ? And Im down south, where all the Hicks live. Still no Stickers O.o

ExperianScaresCthulhu: b) There are cultural difference between New Mexico's Spanish/Old Spain descendents, spanish-speaking Indians, and the mestizos who speak spanish but are not considered the 'purer' Old Spain spanish. Those differences used to be much more pronounced than they are now, but they are still there.

What exactly is you point? OF course there are differences... And they are ALL flocking to the DNC in droves, and who can blame them?

ExperianScaresCthulhu: c) The Republican governor is a hispanic woman who had no roots in the state, and whose commitment to the issues of the state were questioned due to the out of state interests backing her. She beat the anglo woman who had been an extremely loyal Democrat during her terms as lieutenant governor. The night of the election, the hispanic flavored hip hop station announced the results of the election.

The reaction ... it was the equivalent of if Colin Powell had won the Presidency, I'll put it that way. What does that say?

Susana Martinez won due to anti-Richardson backlash. Im a Dem, and strongly disliked Richardson. Still, what's that? ANOTHER Hispanic Democrat (Richardson) in a position of power? Hrmmmm...

And Martinez, while a Republican, governors from just the right of center fairly often. NM Republicans are often not strong in the Derp (Thank ALL the Gods for that one!)


Romney is an ABO (anybody but Obama) and a RINO. In spite of family roots in Mexico, that dude has done exactly zilch in the way of outreach in this state. There is no fire with Romney. HOWEVER, there are still shiatloads of Nobama stickers and the ilk. At least up here in Albuquerque. I don't live in the University area, so I don't know if there are a sea of Obama stickers, magnets (for the cowardly who fear scratches on their ride) and yard signs around Nob Hill.

As for the hicks, the hicks are everywhere. They just have spanish surnames. Or their mother has a spanish surname. I'm a transplant, so I'm still getting over mexican rednecks and half-mexican rednecks.

As for my point about the differences in spanish versus mexican versus tex-mexican versus other hispanic cultures, it was to illustrate why the one-size fits all pigeon-holing of Hispanics is beyond retarded. That's all. When the blogosphere treats hispanics like blacks, the ignorance is going to bite the wrong party on the ass. I'm just saying.

I don't know anything about flocking to the DNC. The question becomes 'why'. Since Anglos are also pissed off at the GOPe (otherwise, why Tea Partiers, Ron Paulians, Libertarians and Independents), that 'why' becomes important. This year the GOPe gave us Romney because it was his turn. What happens the year a charismatic Republican steps up to the plate, though? and one who not only doesn't ignore the various cultures of Hispania, but reaches out as if one of them? or is one of them?

Democrats need to work, and assume nothing. That's my message.

My point about Martinez versus Denish is............ Martinez was an outsider and a Republican. Richardson may have been a corrupt piece of shiat, but that doesn't mean Denish was (or was as corrupt). Denish did her time here. She had name recognition. She was a good Democrat. No name Susannah comes out of nowhere, but ........ like the charges Democrats laid against Greene in South Carolina .... she had a surname the same as 15 million residents of this state. Like one of the comments made on 106 that night, it was about time, right? (which makes no sense, except in the female sense, but anyway). Richardson backlash may have paved the way..................... but Democrats better look deeper.

So yeah, another Hispanic. But an historic Hispanic. Over Anglo girl.

As for Republicans not being as strong in the derp, most of us loved Johnson, yes :) But didn't Susannah got her ass in trouble with Democrats over her version of Education reform? C'est la vie.
 
2012-09-29 03:11:49 AM

Ishidan: For an encore, Rush Limbaugh tells George Takei how thin homosexual Asians feel?


when he's balls deep in one,
or when one's balls deep in him?
 
2012-09-29 03:24:18 AM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: Ishidan: For an encore, Rush Limbaugh tells George Takei how thin homosexual Asians feel?

when he's balls deep in one,
or when one's balls deep in him?


The DR isn't Asia.
 
2012-09-29 03:29:10 AM

Animatronik: because Democrats have moved way left.



How so? Obama and Clinton are and were very conservative Democrats. So was John Kerry. Al Gore was the closet thing to a "liberal" and only because of his views on global warming.
 
2012-09-29 03:37:28 AM
The Rude Pundit explains it all.

http://rudepundit.blogspot.com/search?q=coulter
 
2012-09-29 03:43:02 AM

intelligent comment below: Animatronik: because Democrats have moved way left.


How so? Obama and Clinton are and were very conservative Democrats. So was John Kerry. Al Gore was the closet thing to a "liberal" and only because of his views on global warming.


Don't bother. McCarthy is left to the current crop of righties.
 
2012-09-29 03:59:57 AM
That's true. Joe would drag Reagan before the HUAC

And on Coulter. I believe she's been passed around all the conservative circles.
 
2012-09-29 04:33:49 AM

Cubansaltyballs: Ok. I'll admit it. I'd f*ck Ann Coulter.

Why? She's just so full of anger and hatred I think it would be fun to blow a load in face and/or toss it in her ass for some surprise buttsecks.

You can judge me. I don't care. I would savage that ass and I would enjoy it.


Just for you: I farked Anne Coulter in the ass.

Also: Shut. the. fark. up.
 
2012-09-29 05:09:34 AM

Sabyen91: ExperianScaresCthulhu: rufus-t-firefly: Tumunga: Hmmmm. Upworthy link + whoopie = no clicky.

And liberals actually worship this broad.

Liberals might be entertained by some people, but we tend not to worship actors or elect them to office.

"OMG WHOOPI TALKED TO A CHAIR AND WAS MAGNIFICENT" is not something you're likely to hear a liberal say. We also wouldn't vote for some liberal B-List actor for governor or president - especially if they started out their career as a conservative.

But it's okay to worship Stewart, Colbert and Maher? Everything that comes out of their mouths is gospel? Alrighty, then.

Worship?


I didn't know Stewart, Colbert, or Maher were running for office, either. Are conservatives really so desperate now they make up pure shiat and then parade it around as the truth? When was the last time anyone "worshipped" Jon Stewart, or claimed he speaks God's Own Truth?
 
2012-09-29 05:54:59 AM

MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.


And doing so correctly.
and as usual... no one really has any facts or actual rebuttals to what she's saying.
Mainly... they just don't want to hear it & start insulting instead. (case in point.. every fark thread ever on Ann Coulter)
I'm not her biggest fan but the reactions to her "inconvenient truths" are quite amusing :)
 
2012-09-29 05:59:20 AM

VJStinger: Cubansaltyballs: Ok. I'll admit it. I'd f*ck Ann Coulter.

Why? She's just so full of anger and hatred I think it would be fun to blow a load in face and/or toss it in her ass for some surprise buttsecks.

You can judge me. I don't care. I would savage that ass and I would enjoy it.

Just for you: I farked Anne Coulter in the ass.


I haven't seen that in years. The line at the end; 'Thanks for not staring at my adam's apple.' still cracks me up.
 
2012-09-29 06:23:00 AM

stlbluez: MyRandomName: Liberals continue to demonstrate the declining reading levels shown in sat scores. Ann was talking about liberal guilt, namely white liberal guilt.

And doing so correctly.
and as usual... no one really has any facts or actual rebuttals to what she's saying.
Mainly... they just don't want to hear it & start insulting instead. (case in point.. every fark thread ever on Ann Coulter)
I'm not her biggest fan but the reactions to her "inconvenient truths" are quite amusing :)


Oh, please STFU.

This is the biatch that said of the wives of 9/11 victims that she'd never seen anyone enjoy the deaths of their husbands so much:

Link

This is the raging coont that said "My only regret with Timothy McVeigh is he did not go to the New York Times Building."

Link

She's an absolute shiatstain on humanity. She sees innocent people getting killed by terrorists as an opportunity to make money by writing incendiary screeds designed to pit Americans against each other.

If she'd been alive in 1941 she would have been writing articles about how liberals were to blame for Pearl Harbor.

She's a vile human being, and you think she's "amusing?". That says a lot about you.
 
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