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2012-10-02 08:18:45 PM

Nadie_AZ: Wow. Ouch. Reheated, even.

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I just love the melted swirl of chocolate gracing the plate. It really classes-up the dessert.
 
2012-10-02 08:32:35 PM

Brick-House: I don't want to alarm you libtards, well actually I do, but it sounds like obummer is going to have his race card returned to him tonight. 

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You need to stop dabbling in haberdashery.
 
2012-10-02 08:36:37 PM

NateGrey: tgregory: What about the Obama that was against the Patriot Act, against spying, for closing Guantanamo, for ending our influence overseas, for reducing the national debt? Will he be there, too?

I bet your pining for the days of Bush.


If I'm against the Patriot Act, against our military presence in over 100 foreign bases, against an increasing national debt, etc... why would I be pining for Bush?

If you're against those things, as well, there's no way you can have disliked Bush for his policies in his term and then turn around and support Obama for continuing those policies.

"He can't vote against it right now." "It had to be done." "He's not going to use those 30,000 drones over the US skies in a bad way." "Him signing the NDAA doesn't mean he'll do wrong with it."

Similar excuses people gave for Bush in his term, but Democrats still took to the streets and compared him to Hitler. Where are those protests now? Why can't people break from party to go "Wait. Obama is actually really shiatty."

Until people realize that it's not left versus right, but tyranny versus freedom, we're going to keep going in this downward spiral we've been in for decades.
 
2012-10-02 08:38:13 PM
"I say po-tay-to and I say po-tah-to, I say to-may-to and I say to-mah-to..."

wakingupnow.com
 
2012-10-02 09:07:43 PM
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2012-10-02 09:37:20 PM

tgregory: NateGrey: tgregory: What about the Obama that was against the Patriot Act, against spying, for closing Guantanamo, for ending our influence overseas, for reducing the national debt? Will he be there, too?

I bet your pining for the days of Bush.

If I'm against the Patriot Act, against our military presence in over 100 foreign bases, against an increasing national debt, etc... why would I be pining for Bush?

If you're against those things, as well, there's no way you can have disliked Bush for his policies in his term and then turn around and support Obama for continuing those policies.

"He can't vote against it right now." "It had to be done." "He's not going to use those 30,000 drones over the US skies in a bad way." "Him signing the NDAA doesn't mean he'll do wrong with it."

Similar excuses people gave for Bush in his term, but Democrats still took to the streets and compared him to Hitler. Where are those protests now? Why can't people break from party to go "Wait. Obama is actually really shiatty."

Until people realize that it's not left versus right, but tyranny versus freedom, we're going to keep going in this downward spiral we've been in for decades.


I suggest you do a google search about bush and your past posts.

You have no credibility.
 
2012-10-02 09:42:01 PM
What will please me very much is for Mittens to have an Eric Gordon-esq (a-la Billy Madison) meltdown during tomorrow night's debate. Minus the attempted assassination of course.
 
2012-10-02 09:59:52 PM
Oh, that is SO droll.
 
2012-10-02 10:00:50 PM

tgregory: NateGrey: tgregory: What about the Obama that was against the Patriot Act, against spying, for closing Guantanamo, for ending our influence overseas, for reducing the national debt? Will he be there, too?

I bet your pining for the days of Bush.

If I'm against the Patriot Act, against our military presence in over 100 foreign bases, against an increasing national debt, etc... why would I be pining for Bush?

If you're against those things, as well, there's no way you can have disliked Bush for his policies in his term and then turn around and support Obama for continuing those policies.

"He can't vote against it right now." "It had to be done." "He's not going to use those 30,000 drones over the US skies in a bad way." "Him signing the NDAA doesn't mean he'll do wrong with it."

Similar excuses people gave for Bush in his term, but Democrats still took to the streets and compared him to Hitler. Where are those protests now? Why can't people break from party to go "Wait. Obama is actually really shiatty."

Until people realize that it's not left versus right, but tyranny versus freedom, we're going to keep going in this downward spiral we've been in for decades.


I think he's shiat, but he's still better than every other alternative out there. And yes, I have looked at that fool Johnson.

/Green party doesn't stand a chance sadly. And I'm too much a pragmatist to fall for the "make your vote a statement" stupidity: it is. I vote for Obama because, while I don't like some of what he's done, I both like other bits and REALLY don't like much of what the most likely winner (sans Obama) would do, so fark off.
//That's the problem with first-to-the-post rather than a tiered vote: it forces people to do political calculus like this, rather than actually voting for who we want.
 
2012-10-02 10:09:28 PM
For awhile now I have been referring to Obama as that m-word in the white house, m-word meaning marxist. After watching the tapes of him from 2007, I think I may be one letter off and now am going to refer to him as that L-word I white house. L for Lier.

I am so tired of obummer, I would be willing to bring back Jimmy Carter, although we would get more leadership out of Ronald Reagan cold in the ground than we will ever get out of obummer.
 
2012-10-02 10:12:39 PM
Looking in a mirror

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2012-10-02 10:30:07 PM

Brick-House: For awhile now I have been referring to Obama as that m-word in the white house, m-word meaning marxist. After watching the tapes of him from 2007, I think I may be one letter off and now am going to refer to him as that L-word I white house. L for Lier.

I am so tired of obummer, I would be willing to bring back Jimmy Carter, although we would get more leadership out of Ronald Reagan cold in the ground than we will ever get out of obummer.


I am surprised Mitt Romney is conservative enough for you, considering he would be a democrat in the south. You know he is just paying lip service to you and he won't be repealing Obamacare at all. Also he'll probably raise taxes on all Americans, since basic math dictates him to if he is actually serious about lowering the deficit, let alone the actual debt.
 
2012-10-02 11:18:26 PM

Brick-House: L for Lier.


:-|
 
2012-10-03 01:07:28 AM

Brick-House: After watching the tapes of him from 2007


Why didn't you watch them in 2007 like the rest of us?
 
2012-10-03 01:21:01 AM

Masso: Incredible headline, subby

/clap


Thanks! *takes a bow*
 
2012-10-03 05:26:41 AM
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2012-10-03 06:19:25 AM

star_topology: Posted in the wrong thread earlier...

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/Vote for Pizza, Hamburgers, Doughnuts, and Jock Straps in 2012


This has got to be one of the best banner signs I've ever seen. I love how Eastern Energy only went "banrupt". I guess spelling it correctly a seventh time was just asking too much.
 
2012-10-03 12:06:09 PM

Geotpf: sprawl15: coeyagi: ManRay: Put Gary Johnson up there for some real contrast.

Sigh. You mean that whining f*ck who thinks there's a monopoly of the political parties? Unhindered free market, Gary, isn't that what you want you dumb f*ck?

Gary demands payment in gold for all speaking events.

Or pot. I think he would accept MJ as payment. He's like the definition of a stereotypical Libertarian-a pothead who hates taxes.

/yeah, yeah, he took it for pain due to a handgliding accident, whatever


So Acapulco Gold then

/yes I have a lawn and you should amscray
 
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