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2012-10-04 02:19:38 PM

IrateShadow: wotthefark: The president is playing the long game. Always has, rope-a-dope. The more Rmoney talks the more lies present itself he even admits to lying in the debate about Tesla and other green co.s

Next debate: Obama brings up the fact that Rmoney admitted to lying so why should we believe anything he says.

Final Debate: Go for the knock-out.

I honestly don't thank that's what happened yesterday. Obama had a bad night. It happens to all of us, and hopefully he'll take it as a lesson for the next one.


He's never been a good debater. He's too cool and rational, and not much of a one on one scrapper.

Thankfully, debates are all but irrelevant in deciding modern Presidential elections.
 
2012-10-04 02:22:00 PM
because romney said he's going to cut taxes, expand the military, get rid of obamacare while magically balancing the budget? None of what Romney said is plausible. But hey, he won?
 
2012-10-04 02:22:41 PM

tenpoundsofcheese: His radio show is the 10th most listened to in the country.


So he doesn't get the big buy Cash For Gold advertising dollars like the big boys like Rush and Beck, and has to rely on the low tier colloidal silver snakeoil hucksters? Gotcha.
 
2012-10-04 02:25:36 PM

tenpoundsofcheese: gittlebass: the best part is that last week it was "you can't trust the polls, MSM liberal kool aid drinking media" today its "Look at the polls, Obama lost!!!"

trust the media when they agree with you, thats the GOP way!

No you are missing the points.

The polls oversample democrats.

So the poll that said that Romney won 65:25 that again oversampled democrats is news.


Shut up, Neal.
 
2012-10-04 02:25:51 PM
I postulate anyone can win a debate if they are allowed to lie for the entire debate after which they are given a complete pass on all those lies by those declaring he's the winner.


With that known, Obama should have been prepared with one whopping great lie that would have grabbed all the headlines. Shame on him.
 
2012-10-04 02:26:08 PM

pacified: because romney said he's going to cut taxes, expand the military, get rid of obamacare while magically balancing the budget? None of what Romney said is plausible. But hey, he won?


Nonono, he said he wouldn't cut taxes on the rich, he will simply cutting tax rates but will decrease deductions to the point that the rich are paying the same effective rate or more. These tax rate cuts will stimulate the economy by convincing Job Creators to hire more people while at the same time decreasing their take-home pay.

Simple, see?
 
2012-10-04 02:26:14 PM

chachi88: tenpoundsofcheese: Bedurndurn: What's a Neal Boortz?

His radio show is the 10th most listened to in the country.
He has had several books on the NYT top 10 list.

Gotcha Neal!


Ah, talk radio. If only I could I make a name for myself in a medium whose demographic either can't afford a car radio that is Bluetooth capable or can't figure out how to "hook up the Pandora to my car".
 
2012-10-04 02:26:57 PM

loveblondieo: I do like his dog though.

[si0.twimg.com image 400x336]


If you go to something like USAToday and look at the facebook profiles in the comments, there's something about right-wingers and their dogs. Empty-nesters I guess.
 
2012-10-04 02:27:24 PM
I will say this- It's easier to read Boortzo than it is to actually listen to him.

Bawacckkckhhhh Obama is a Markxksshghghghsist! (spits loogie)

Now, a wohhhhrd fruhhhm the Sowwomuhhn Bwoooghhhhdas jewuhhhhwersss (spits another one)
 
2012-10-04 02:28:30 PM

ManateeGag: Talk about spiking the football. Romney wins a debate and all the sudden it's "Obama was destroyed!" "Obama imploded!"

Wait for the standings at the end of the season, not just the first game.


Oh, give them their moment. It will make their boo boo faces at the end all the more poignant.
 
2012-10-04 02:28:39 PM
Neal Boortz @Talkmaster

Romney: "I got one!" Hans Solo "Don't get cocky!"


Hans Solo?
Hans?

wtf is this shiat?
 
2012-10-04 02:29:06 PM

Bonkthat_Again: NB: "Obama REFUSES to recognize that cutting tax rates usually leads to increased tax revenues. Why won't Romney hit this point? "

Uh...because that's not true. We had the Bush cuts, which Obama reluctantly extended. What do we have as a result?
Highest number of uber-rich people, companies holding on to record amount of cash...money not moving.

If Neal is here (or someone in agreement with him), PLEASE cite an example where supply-side economics works. Tell us when things "trickled down".
It's probably the biggest ruse in history, purported by the mega-wealthy.


i14.photobucket.com

It's science!
 
2012-10-04 02:29:17 PM

Grungehamster: pacified: because romney said he's going to cut taxes, expand the military, get rid of obamacare while magically balancing the budget? None of what Romney said is plausible. But hey, he won?

Nonono, he said he wouldn't cut taxes on the rich, he will simply cutting tax rates but will decrease deductions to the point that the rich are paying the same effective rate or more. These tax rate cuts will stimulate the economy by convincing Job Creators to hire more people while at the same time decreasing their take-home pay.

Simple, see?


Still waiting for an example of one of the deductions he is getting rid of. Just one.
 
2012-10-04 02:30:06 PM

InmanRoshi: tenpoundsofcheese: His radio show is the 10th most listened to in the country.

So he doesn't get the big buy Cash For Gold advertising dollars like the big boys like Rush and Beck, and has to rely on the low tier colloidal silver snakeoil hucksters? Gotcha.


Which reminds me! Ladies and gentleman, when was the last time you took a look at the siding on your house? Have you thought to yourself, I really need to get that replace but there's no way I can afford it on fixed income? Well have I got some good news for you....
 
2012-10-04 02:30:46 PM

xanadian: Bonkthat_Again: If Neal is here (or someone in agreement with him), PLEASE cite an example where supply-side economics works. Tell us when things "trickled down".

That's not the point. At least, not how I see it. Romney's "issues" were empty. But he DELIVERED the performance. It's like saying how "Lord of the Rings" didn't really mean anything because what happened in the movie was fiction.


That is exactly my take on it.

Romney:

Pro - Romney outperformed Obama due to the fact he seemed more in control of the debate.
Con - Romney said good things but provided no evidence to back it up.

Obama:

Pro - Provided solutions to problems (Regardless of how factual / possible the solutions are)

Con - Seemed preoccupied with exception of his second to last statement of the night.
Con - Let Romney control the debate.

Ultimately, Romney did significantly better than expected and Obama did not do nearly as well as he could have. Regardless of the facts the perception of victory went to Romney.
 
2012-10-04 02:30:54 PM

ManateeGag: Talk about spiking the football. Romney wins a debate and all the sudden it's "Obama was destroyed!" "Obama imploded!"

Wait for the standings at the end of the season, not just the first game.


It's even worse: The debates have all the meaning of preseason football. Without the risk for serious injury. 

Ask yourself this question: Is there any chance anyone who wasn't voting for Romney will after last night? Is there any chance anyone who was voting for Obama won't after last night? If so, anyone who switches is an even bigger moron than the "undecideds" who will likely stay home rather than try something different for a change (which, BTW, is exactly what the Republican-Democratic Electoral Machine wants.)
 
2012-10-04 02:31:15 PM

jst3p: Neal Boortz @Talkmaster

Romney: "I got one!" Hans Solo "Don't get cocky!"

Hans Solo?
Hans?

wtf is this shiat?


The Nordic cut, only available in Europe.
 
2012-10-04 02:32:00 PM

WizardofToast: IrateShadow: Isn't Boortz a libertarian and totally not a republican at all?

There are two kinds of libertarians. Libertarians and Republicans with Groucho glasses.


I listen to his show everyday and it is hard to categorize him at the moment. He is a libertarian on social issues...he is okay with doing away with the drug war, he thinks prostitution should be legalized, doesn't really care about gays getting married, and he doesn't like religious craziness but he seems republican with his fiscal opinions, that and he really hates Obama. He plans on retiring on Jan 19th or 20th, so I imagine we will get more crazy from him as he no longer cares about staying on the air. His motto this year is "Talking Dangerously".

Interestingly I have been listening to Neal Boortz, Rush, Hannity and Erik Erickson everyday for over a year, and I am still leaning toward Obama. I am trying give them a chance to convince me that Romney is better and that's where they fall short. All they talk about is how terrible Obama is, but they can't tell me why Romney would be better beyond "He is not Obama."

If Romney wants to win over the independents, he needs to start getting some facts, details and specifics on his plans.
 
2012-10-04 02:33:35 PM

jst3p: Neal Boortz @Talkmaster

Romney: "I got one!" Hans Solo "Don't get cocky!"

Hans Solo?
Hans?

wtf is this shiat?


upload.wikimedia.org

Hans Bethe's head is a bucket. Your argument is invalid.
 
2012-10-04 02:35:01 PM

Hyjamon: WizardofToast: IrateShadow: Isn't Boortz a libertarian and totally not a republican at all?

There are two kinds of libertarians. Libertarians and Republicans with Groucho glasses.

I listen to his show everyday and it is hard to categorize him at the moment. He is a libertarian on social issues...he is okay with doing away with the drug war, he thinks prostitution should be legalized, doesn't really care about gays getting married, and he doesn't like religious craziness but he seems republican with his fiscal opinions, that and he really hates Obama. He plans on retiring on Jan 19th or 20th, so I imagine we will get more crazy from him as he no longer cares about staying on the air. His motto this year is "Talking Dangerously".

Interestingly I have been listening to Neal Boortz, Rush, Hannity and Erik Erickson everyday for over a year, and I am still leaning toward Obama. I am trying give them a chance to convince me that Romney is better and that's where they fall short. All they talk about is how terrible Obama is, but they can't tell me why Romney would be better beyond "He is not Obama."

If Romney wants to win over the independents, he needs to start getting some facts, details and specifics on his plans.


Serious question, but why do you listen to talk radio? Are you locked in solitary in some prison and they only allow AM radios or something?
 
2012-10-04 02:35:04 PM

sweetmelissa31: [i194.photobucket.com image 510x86]

Oh haha, I get it. Obama is just like Mike Tyson. You see they are both black.


FWIW, Boortz was actually Holyfield's agent for a time.
 
2012-10-04 02:35:49 PM

Hyjamon: WizardofToast: IrateShadow: Isn't Boortz a libertarian and totally not a republican at all?

There are two kinds of libertarians. Libertarians and Republicans with Groucho glasses.

I listen to his show everyday and it is hard to categorize him at the moment. He is a libertarian on social issues...he is okay with doing away with the drug war, he thinks prostitution should be legalized, doesn't really care about gays getting married, and he doesn't like religious craziness but he seems republican with his fiscal opinions, that and he really hates Obama. He plans on retiring on Jan 19th or 20th, so I imagine we will get more crazy from him as he no longer cares about staying on the air. His motto this year is "Talking Dangerously".

Interestingly I have been listening to Neal Boortz, Rush, Hannity and Erik Erickson everyday for over a year, and I am still leaning toward Obama. I am trying give them a chance to convince me that Romney is better and that's where they fall short. All they talk about is how terrible Obama is, but they can't tell me why Romney would be better beyond "He is not Obama."

If Romney wants to win over the independents, he needs to start getting some facts, details and specifics on his plans.


Don't you get tired of listening to Boortz talk about how intelligent, hard-working, and honorable his audience is? Doesn't that just feel like a pander to attain your affection? I find it pathetic. I hate ass-kissers.
 
2012-10-04 02:36:15 PM

Hyjamon: He plans on retiring on Jan 19th or 20th, so I imagine we will get more crazy from him as he no longer cares about staying on the air. His motto this year is "Talking Dangerously".


Meh. Seems like he announces his retirement every 6 months.
 
2012-10-04 02:36:18 PM

MSFT: jst3p: Neal Boortz @Talkmaster

Romney: "I got one!" Hans Solo "Don't get cocky!"

Hans Solo?
Hans?

wtf is this shiat?

The Nordic cut, only available in Europe.


What Hans Solo might look like.

snl.jt.org
 
2012-10-04 02:38:08 PM

Rapmaster2000: Hyjamon: WizardofToast: IrateShadow: Isn't Boortz a libertarian and totally not a republican at all?

There are two kinds of libertarians. Libertarians and Republicans with Groucho glasses.

I listen to his show everyday and it is hard to categorize him at the moment. He is a libertarian on social issues...he is okay with doing away with the drug war, he thinks prostitution should be legalized, doesn't really care about gays getting married, and he doesn't like religious craziness but he seems republican with his fiscal opinions, that and he really hates Obama. He plans on retiring on Jan 19th or 20th, so I imagine we will get more crazy from him as he no longer cares about staying on the air. His motto this year is "Talking Dangerously".

Interestingly I have been listening to Neal Boortz, Rush, Hannity and Erik Erickson everyday for over a year, and I am still leaning toward Obama. I am trying give them a chance to convince me that Romney is better and that's where they fall short. All they talk about is how terrible Obama is, but they can't tell me why Romney would be better beyond "He is not Obama."

If Romney wants to win over the independents, he needs to start getting some facts, details and specifics on his plans.

Don't you get tired of listening to Boortz talk about how intelligent, hard-working, and honorable his audience is? Doesn't that just feel like a pander to attain your affection? I find it pathetic. I hate ass-kissers.


You're not really a prostitute if you don't suck your customer's dick once in a while.
 
2012-10-04 02:38:54 PM
The debate gave much needed life back into the Romney campaign. That is what's important here. Like it or not, The debate was suppose to be Obamas opportunity to finish him off, not to give Romney the opportunity to get back on his feet. Obama simply can't afford more nights like that.

Throughout the debate Romney was on the attack and was very focused, to the point, and confident, while Obama came across as a prof trying to give a lecture. Obama might know policies but Romney knows debate.
 
2012-10-04 02:40:27 PM

WizardofToast: IrateShadow: Isn't Boortz a libertarian and totally not a republican at all?

There are two kinds of libertarians. Libertarians and Republicans with Groucho glasses.


Now, see, based on their hit single "Doowutchyalike", I always had Humpty Hump of Digital Underground down as a libertarian.

t0.gstatic.com
 
2012-10-04 02:41:01 PM

BuckTurgidson: [i14.photobucket.com image 300x238]

It's science!


The worst kind of science.
 
2012-10-04 02:42:11 PM
Meh, let them have this moment. The last few months has been nothing but one Romney fark-up after another. This is pretty much obama's first stumble during the campaign.

//Gallup posted Obama's highest job approval rate in the last three years today.

//my anecdotal evidence among coworkers who barely follow this shiat said Obama seemed fine while Romney seemed sleazy.
 
2012-10-04 02:43:00 PM

Fallout Boy: Throughout the debate Romney was on the attack and was very focused, to the point, and confident, while Obama came across as a prof trying to give a lecture. Obama might know policies but Romney knows debate.


Pretty damned useful, considering how many debates presidents have to handle while in office.
 
2012-10-04 02:44:50 PM
i1078.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-04 02:46:01 PM

PanicMan: The worst kind of science.


There's nothing wrong with the Laffer curve, the problem is that Republicans refuse to believe that Y can ever be on the other side of X.
 
2012-10-04 02:48:46 PM

mpirooz: Ask anybody why Romney won or why Obama "imploded" and you won't get anything but bullshiat takes on "style" and the likes.

Ask them next what is more important to them, that a candidate tells them the truth or that they lie and attempt to look good doing it and you'll see that most people who are responding to an uneventful debate in any way other than "meh" are completely full of shiat.


The only thing that I'm getting from talking to people about the debates is that "Romney won it" and "if Romney is elected president then Sesame Street is canceled". I'm hearing the latter so much, that I wonder if it one of those cases where a joke metamorphosizes into what people actualy believe about a candidate.
 
2012-10-04 02:50:58 PM

BuckTurgidson: Bonkthat_Again: NB: "Obama REFUSES to recognize that cutting tax rates usually leads to increased tax revenues. Why won't Romney hit this point? "

Uh...because that's not true. We had the Bush cuts, which Obama reluctantly extended. What do we have as a result?
Highest number of uber-rich people, companies holding on to record amount of cash...money not moving.

If Neal is here (or someone in agreement with him), PLEASE cite an example where supply-side economics works. Tell us when things "trickled down".
It's probably the biggest ruse in history, purported by the mega-wealthy.



It's science!


FUN FACT: Laffer claimed the optimal point on the Laffer Curve wasn't optimal. He advocated that taxes be to the left of the peak because he felt that making sure taxes were low was more important than having the most efficient tax rate.

Also, it's worth noting that research as far back as James Malcomsom in the 1980's shows that you can find revenues increasing as taxation increases even at the 100% level which Laffer said must be 0% as no one would work. The Laffer curve works, but more as a first derivative of the relationship it claims to show: as you raise taxes the amount of additional revenues gained by the policy falls, since the income effect (the marginal value of additional income gained through working) overcomes the substitution effect (the value of leisure compared to lost income) in most cases, especially since an effective rate increase usually means that additional income is necessary to maintain your current standard of living.

And yes; that does support what I was joking about Mitt's argument last night was (if we raise taxes on the rich it will stimulate the economy), but considering Mitt's argument last night stands in contridiction to everything he said before I have to wonder if he's familiar with this argument.
 
2012-10-04 02:51:59 PM

Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: For a blah pers, you are extremely well-spoken.


I've used this meaningless online handle for over a decade and hadn't even thought about how it might be interpreted now. I . . . I think I'm having a funny aneurysm moment.
 
2012-10-04 02:57:13 PM

StRalphTheLiar: [i1078.photobucket.com image 242x682]


LOL, would +1 again
 
2012-10-04 03:02:21 PM

StRalphTheLiar: [i1078.photobucket.com image 242x682]


hahahahhahaha
 
2012-10-04 03:03:43 PM

Lenny_da_Hog: Fallout Boy: Throughout the debate Romney was on the attack and was very focused, to the point, and confident, while Obama came across as a prof trying to give a lecture. Obama might know policies but Romney knows debate.

Pretty damned useful, considering how many debates presidents have to handle while in office.


It's just the realities of politics. Obama can bring all the math and facts he wants into the debates. The voters are going to decide these debates on talking points, rhetoric, and how well they present themselves and their views.
 
2012-10-04 03:04:32 PM

StRalphTheLiar: [i1078.photobucket.com image 242x682]


I love you.
 
2012-10-04 03:04:43 PM

IrateShadow: I honestly don't thank that's what happened yesterday. Obama had a bad night. It happens to all of us, and hopefully he'll take it as a lesson for the next one.


To me, he seemed tired. I'm wondering if something happened that the general public doesn't know about yet, and he was up all night working on it. That would explain his underwhelming performance.
 
2012-10-04 03:06:08 PM

MSFT: Hyjamon: WizardofToast: IrateShadow: Isn't Boortz a libertarian and totally not a republican at all?

There are two kinds of libertarians. Libertarians and Republicans with Groucho glasses.

I listen to his show everyday and it is hard to categorize him at the moment. He is a libertarian on social issues...he is okay with doing away with the drug war, he thinks prostitution should be legalized, doesn't really care about gays getting married, and he doesn't like religious craziness but he seems republican with his fiscal opinions, that and he really hates Obama. He plans on retiring on Jan 19th or 20th, so I imagine we will get more crazy from him as he no longer cares about staying on the air. His motto this year is "Talking Dangerously".

Interestingly I have been listening to Neal Boortz, Rush, Hannity and Erik Erickson everyday for over a year, and I am still leaning toward Obama. I am trying give them a chance to convince me that Romney is better and that's where they fall short. All they talk about is how terrible Obama is, but they can't tell me why Romney would be better beyond "He is not Obama."

If Romney wants to win over the independents, he needs to start getting some facts, details and specifics on his plans.

Serious question, but why do you listen to talk radio? Are you locked in solitary in some prison and they only allow AM radios or something?


I live in the Atlanta area and I really only like rock music. That being said, there is not much to listen to and it seems like they play the same songs all the time when I do listen. I only have radio in my car, so XM/ipod/CD playlists aren't an option. And we just lost one rock station on top of it all (Project 961). I basically have talk radio on in my office all day as background noise. Also, I like to listen to talk when I am home cleaning or cooking in the kitchen. I know I can stream music from anywhere in the country and i do sometimes, but for some reason I just don't like music as much as I used to. This may also correlate to the fact I no longer smoke weed too. Not out of choice, just moved to a new area and I like my job and want to keep it. More afraid of drug laws than the drug itself.

I don't have many real-life friends to discuss politics/current events with, so talk radio and fark are about the only places I can "debate" topics. There is my wife but we agree on a lot of things which doesn't lead to debate just "yep, I agree"

/Also listen to Alex Jones for a good bit of entertainment/crazy
 
2012-10-04 03:08:32 PM

Bonkthat_Again: If Neal is here (or someone in agreement with him), PLEASE cite an example where supply-side economics works. Tell us when things "trickled down".
It's probably the biggest ruse in history, purported by the mega-wealthy.



www.dirtybutton.com
 
2012-10-04 03:10:47 PM

BuckTurgidson: It's science!


Okaaaaayy, If that's true, then why do we have the largest wealth distribution gap since the 30's?
 
2012-10-04 03:11:11 PM

herrDrFarkenstein: [25.media.tumblr.com image 576x549]

Wheaton got it right. Boortz, not so much.


right click + save
 
2012-10-04 03:11:59 PM

Rapmaster2000: Hyjamon: WizardofToast: IrateShadow: Isn't Boortz a libertarian and totally not a republican at all?
...

Don't you get tired of listening to Boortz talk about how intelligent, hard-working, and honorable his audience is? Doesn't that just feel like a pander to attain your affection? I find it pathetic. I hate ass-kissers.


All radio hosts seem to state that their audience is the most informed or that "they have the best listeners", so it doesn't bother me. I do like how he calls out black culture for what it is though and how the word "racist" is over used and losing all meaning.
 
2012-10-04 03:13:48 PM

pacified: Still waiting for an example of one of the deductions he is getting rid of. Just one.


www-deadline-com.vimg.net
"Hmmm... can't take out the dancing horse deduction, Ann'll kill me... Okay, how about the second home remodeling...no, I've got the car elevator going in... Or maybe the 401K deduction for investment income...Nope, I'll need the second yacht someday..."

mittromneycentral.com
"I've got it! The 'green energy' deduction! Solyndra left a bad taste in everyone's mouth, and God knows I'll never use green energy, so it's perfect!"
 
2012-10-04 03:13:49 PM

Hyjamon: MSFT: Hyjamon: WizardofToast: IrateShadow: Isn't Boortz a libertarian and totally not a republican at all?

There are two kinds of libertarians. Libertarians and Republicans with Groucho glasses.

I listen to his show everyday and it is hard to categorize him at the moment. He is a libertarian on social issues...he is okay with doing away with the drug war, he thinks prostitution should be legalized, doesn't really care about gays getting married, and he doesn't like religious craziness but he seems republican with his fiscal opinions, that and he really hates Obama. He plans on retiring on Jan 19th or 20th, so I imagine we will get more crazy from him as he no longer cares about staying on the air. His motto this year is "Talking Dangerously".

Interestingly I have been listening to Neal Boortz, Rush, Hannity and Erik Erickson everyday for over a year, and I am still leaning toward Obama. I am trying give them a chance to convince me that Romney is better and that's where they fall short. All they talk about is how terrible Obama is, but they can't tell me why Romney would be better beyond "He is not Obama."

If Romney wants to win over the independents, he needs to start getting some facts, details and specifics on his plans.

Serious question, but why do you listen to talk radio? Are you locked in solitary in some prison and they only allow AM radios or something?

I live in the Atlanta area and I really only like rock music. That being said, there is not much to listen to and it seems like they play the same songs all the time when I do listen. I only have radio in my car, so XM/ipod/CD playlists aren't an option. And we just lost one rock station on top of it all (Project 961). I basically have talk radio on in my office all day as background noise. Also, I like to listen to talk when I am home cleaning or cooking in the kitchen. I know I can stream music from anywhere in the country and i do sometimes, but for some reason I just don't like music a ...


Appreciate the detailed answer.

Can't help you with weed, but I can point you to a station here in Seattle that will rekindle your love for all music:
http://kexp.org/Default.aspx

Listen to them for a week or two and it'll open up some whole new worlds for you.
 
2012-10-04 03:16:33 PM

AnotherBluesStringer: Damn, all I use Twitter for is harassing Bobby Jindal. Then again, I'm trying to get him to block me. There's a bottle of Dom Perignon on the line.


And with that comment, you now have a new admirer uh, I mean fan stalker.
 
2012-10-04 03:16:38 PM
The scary thing is that the asshole gets to be president for another 4 months, and there's a lot of lame duck
damage he can do to the country. There will be no victory for America until Obama is behind bars.
 
2012-10-04 03:18:18 PM

Noam Chimpsky: The scary thing is that the asshole gets to be president for another 4 months, and there's a lot of lame duck
damage he can do to the country. There will be no victory for America until Obama is behind bars.


Concise, logical and well supported by known facts.
Thank you sir!
 
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