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(Fox News)   Relax, there are no black UN helicopters coming to take over America. But we've written this book about all the SYMBOLIC black helicopters that the Obama-backed UN cabal is going to use to destroy this nation's freedom, so let us tell you of those   (foxnews.com) divider line 165
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2012-10-09 12:33:43 PM
This is so far beyon any reason whatsoevar that I must stand and call SHENANIGANS!

This has got to be disinformation by the Dems.
Even the current crop of what passes for Republicans is not this stupid.



///what? nevermind
 
2012-10-09 12:35:59 PM

bigworld2000: Republicans would gain a whole slew of new adherents in this country if somehow they toned down the crazy a bit. The birtherist, United Nations-fearing, gay-hating, gun pron loving schtick gets them some followers, but how many "normal" people does it scare away?


Just playin' the base.
/and, yes, they are
//how low can the lowest common denominator go and still steal breathe?
 
2012-10-09 12:36:15 PM

Rapmaster2000: OldManDownDRoad: Ah, I was wondering when those would return. Way back in the days of Clinton, the black helicopter crowd was my intro to the nuttiness of the species nuttus internetus, otherwise known as the 'net loon.

It's good to see them back!

I too, miss the black helicopters. I also enjoyed that the markings on the back of street signs are to tell the UN tanks where to go.

The 90s are back!


That was my favorite.

I envisioned columns of tanks stopping every few miles so someone could get out and check the back of a highway sign.

"Shiat! I guess we should have turned left."
 
2012-10-09 12:36:21 PM
Faddy: Thanks for putting that together, I figured most of these must have a grain of truth that got wildly distorted somewhere along the way.
 
2012-10-09 12:42:15 PM

John_David_Stutts: My all time favorite was the couple at a gun show trying to convince me the UN secret invasion map was printed on the back of a Kix cereal box, disguised as a kid's game. Yeah, really.


Yeah, the truly evil conspiracies have a compulsion to put hints out there.

As opposed to, you know, just handing out farking maps to their minions.
 
2012-10-09 12:43:17 PM
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2012-10-09 12:44:14 PM

PirateKing: Smelly Pirate Hooker: Man, I wish I'd gotten in on the "frighten the rubes for fun and profit" racket early on. I'd be sitting pretty on a pile of cash now, just like Ailes, Limbaugh, Coulter, etc. It's so farking easy, it's just like doing Mad Libs (which sounds like an awesome book title, BTW).

_________________ is _____________ America so that he/she and his/her cronies can fulfill their plan to ________________ all of us for their ultimate goal: ______________________.

Skeletor is warbling America so that he/she and his/her cronies can fulfill their plan to Simonize all of us for their ultimate goal: free buffalo wings

You're right, this is fun!


Has Fox News heard about this?

Obama is truly nefarious. I don't even know what simonizing is, and I'm scared shiatless of it now.
 
2012-10-09 12:45:41 PM

OldManDownDRoad: Ah, I was wondering when those would return. Way back in the days of Clinton, the black helicopter crowd was my intro to the nuttiness of the species nuttus internetus, otherwise known as the 'net loon.


Especially funny that Dick Morris was a friend and adviser to Clinton.
 
2012-10-09 12:46:38 PM

rufus-t-firefly: Rapmaster2000: OldManDownDRoad: Ah, I was wondering when those would return. Way back in the days of Clinton, the black helicopter crowd was my intro to the nuttiness of the species nuttus internetus, otherwise known as the 'net loon.

It's good to see them back!

I too, miss the black helicopters. I also enjoyed that the markings on the back of street signs are to tell the UN tanks where to go.

The 90s are back!

That was my favorite.

I envisioned columns of tanks stopping every few miles so someone could get out and check the back of a highway sign.

"Shiat! I guess we should have turned left."


Yea, thrilling, at 2mpg, just where ya gonna go?

/thinking of the WWII POWs that "escaped" from camps in central Minnesota
//lucky ones found a farm to resurrender

///USA is one big Mofo. Furriners just can't grasp it until experienced
 
2012-10-09 12:50:47 PM

rufus-t-firefly: Rapmaster2000: OldManDownDRoad: Ah, I was wondering when those would return. Way back in the days of Clinton, the black helicopter crowd was my intro to the nuttiness of the species nuttus internetus, otherwise known as the 'net loon.

It's good to see them back!

I too, miss the black helicopters. I also enjoyed that the markings on the back of street signs are to tell the UN tanks where to go.

The 90s are back!

That was my favorite.

I envisioned columns of tanks stopping every few miles so someone could get out and check the back of a highway sign.

"Shiat! I guess we should have turned left."


thereyouare.org
 
2012-10-09 12:55:33 PM
I'm really tempted to become a Republican commentator. It seems like easy money.
 
2012-10-09 12:57:45 PM

Arn_Dee: TFA: A global tobacco tax with the funds to flow to the World Health Organization (WHO).

Totally misread this as global taco tax.


Qdoba for lunch it is!
 
2012-10-09 12:58:35 PM

BullBearMS: We don't need UN helicopters. We have US Corporations silencing free speech without any sort of need for due process.


"Copyright Infringement" = "Free Speech"?

Who knew?

(Full disclosure: 22-year US Copyright Office employee) 

"Lack of complete access to a single means of communication" = "Censorship", too, huh?

Someone should spread the word about this! You know, write a letter, make a call, publish a newsletter or something!
 
2012-10-09 12:59:10 PM
The next Jebus needs to be a physics major, not a freakin' carpenter.

/or math, or chemistry, or, or any damned real dicipline
 
2012-10-09 01:02:27 PM
[whatthef*ckamireading.jpg]

Maybe all those FEMA camps that Obama's been building should be converted into psychiatric hospitals. There sure are a lot of people out there who really, really need shock therapy. (And there will be more after he wins re-election...)
 
2012-10-09 01:02:33 PM
Meanwhile, that one guy who watches MSNBC told me that Romney heats his mansion with illegal immigrants.
 
2012-10-09 01:03:05 PM

Rascal King: That was a fascinating piece of the effects of schizophrenia.


The 'smart' and 'funny' buttons, I miss them so.
 
2012-10-09 01:04:04 PM

John_David_Stutts: My all time favorite was the couple at a gun show trying to convince me the UN secret invasion map was printed on the back of a Kix cereal box, disguised as a kid's game. Yeah, really.


I had to Google that, and I was flabbergasted to see that that was a real thing. Apparently, it sprang from the mind of one John Trochmann, a leader of the "Militia of Montana" group. It seems the map in the game supposedly outlined the ten regional US control zones that would be used in the invasion. That. Is. Freaking. Wild.
 
2012-10-09 01:06:41 PM

tommydee: Meanwhile, that one guy who watches MSNBC told me that Romney heats his mansion with illegal immigrants.


Yeah, bring that up.

Link

During last night's Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nev., former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney admitted that a lawn company he had used hired illegal immigrants and that when he found out he told the company it could not have illegal aliens working on his property because he was running for office.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry brought the issue up during the debate. "You stood here in front of the American people and did not tell the truth that you had illegals working on your property," Perry said, "and the newspaper came to you and brought it to your attention, and you still, a year later, had those individuals working for you.

"The idea that you can sit here and talk about any of us having an immigration issue is beyond me," said Perry. "I've got a strong policy, I've always been against amnesty. You, on the other hand, were for amnesty."

Romney responded: "Okay. You wrote an op-ed in the newspaper saying you were open to amnesty. That's number one. Number two, we hired a lawn company to mow our lawn, and they had illegal immigrants that were working there. And when that was pointed out to us we let them go. And we went to them and said--"

"A year later?" Perry interrupted.


"You have a problem with allowing someone to finish speaking," said Romney. "And I'd suggest that if you want to become president of the United States, you have got to let both people speak. So first, let me speak.

"So we went to the company," Romney continued, "and we said: Look, you can't have any illegals working on our property. I'm running for office, for Pete's sake, I can't have illegals. It turns out that once again they hired someone who had falsified their documents, had documents, and therefore we fired them."
 
2012-10-09 01:06:44 PM

Five Tails of Fury: [whatthef*ckamireading.jpg]

Maybe all those FEMA camps that Obama's been building should be converted into psychiatric hospitals. There sure are a lot of people out there who really, really need shock therapy. (And there will be more after he wins re-election...)


Naa, my experience has been it just slows them down a while.
Lobotomy is underrated.
Remember Election 2016 starts Nov 7.
 
2012-10-09 01:14:38 PM

tommydee: Especially funny that Dick Morris was a friend and adviser to Clinton.


Bolded the operative word for ya.

If you'll recall, Clinton fired the treacherous bastard and cut him out of his life.

That's what you do to folks who profess to be friends, but are just using you for personal gain.

This is hardly a situation unique to the Clintons, you know.

Who's that guy, you know, he wrote about this sort of thing a while back, um, Willie... They called him "The Shakes", and he wrote about false friends seeking their own ends, you know, guys like, umm, Iago, Brutus, and let's see, two chicks not named Regan...

"When she says your behavior is heinous, kick her right in the Coriolanus!"

And who's that other guy, was in the church, had a band named after him?

ecards.livenation.com

But yeah, but this is the first time this sort of thing has happened...
 
2012-10-09 01:20:53 PM

rufus-t-firefly: Yeah, bring that up.


Thanks Ms. Maddow!

Off to get popcorn for the vice presidential debate. That's going to be epic.
 
2012-10-09 01:21:44 PM
Laugh your ass of, but if you waste all your ire on the stalking horse, you forget that Governors, and Congresscritters are fighting to get elected by you forgetting they are Republiocans, the Party of De Nile.

Have faith, the GOP did not used to be this way. Just been hijacked and misdirected of late.
Complete implosion is the only way to clean house.
/git er dun!
 
2012-10-09 01:25:43 PM

CornerPocket: In one regard, it's fun, and quite justifiable, to disparage the U.N. This could be done in a strongly worded letter. It's an almost completely useless bureaucracy, even if it does have six organs. (The jokes write themselves, folks) On the other hand, it's collecting approx. $7.7 billion this year from the U.S., so it really ain't that funny.  You could actually fix some bridges and etc. with that kind of money.


But Lou Dobbs said that $7.7 billion is only 0.0008% of our budget, so it would be a waste of time to try to save that money.
 
2012-10-09 01:27:59 PM

Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: CornerPocket: In one regard, it's fun, and quite justifiable, to disparage the U.N. This could be done in a strongly worded letter. It's an almost completely useless bureaucracy, even if it does have six organs. (The jokes write themselves, folks) On the other hand, it's collecting approx. $7.7 billion this year from the U.S., so it really ain't that funny.  You could actually fix some bridges and etc. with that kind of money.

But Lou Dobbs said that $7.7 billion is only 0.0008% of our budget, so it would be a waste of time to try to save that money.


BBBut, BBB, B Big Bird,,,
 
2012-10-09 01:32:44 PM

pag1107: [i0.kym-cdn.com image 640x480]


Really? You don't wear a tinfoil hat? F*ck, I wear a tinfoil hat to protect my tinfoil hat.

Crazy? Nope...you're just gullible as is anyone else here who "trusts" the government. Personally, I've stopped drinking the kool-aid. So say it after me: "I trust and want the federal government to be my parent and regulate everything I eat, drink, purchase, drive, wear, or any other conduct or behaviour I might engage in. Oh and I too feel like our nation should apologize for being the U.S. in every way to all countries." Good.

I don't trust a damn thing the government does. If all the Democrats chide the Republicans for wanting to be the "world police" and step into any war, civil or not, but they DO want the U.S. government to f*cking bankroll the entire world.
 
2012-10-09 01:35:20 PM

mootmah: Now they're just making shiat up.


And your evidence is what, exactly? Wishes? Fear?

Citations, please!
 
2012-10-09 01:38:34 PM

bigworld2000: Republicans would gain a whole slew of new adherents in this country if somehow they toned down the crazy a bit. The birtherist, United Nations-fearing, gay-hating, gun pron loving schtick gets them some followers, but how many "normal" people does it scare away?


Fox News was created by the NWO so that they could easily identify who to put in the FEMA camps. Oh, that's funny... you thought converting cable tv to digital was for the clear picture! Ha ha ha!
 
2012-10-09 01:46:47 PM

DaCaptain19: pag1107: [i0.kym-cdn.com image 640x480]

Really? You don't wear a tinfoil hat? F*ck, I wear a tinfoil hat to protect my tinfoil hat.

Crazy? Nope...you're just gullible as is anyone else here who "trusts" the government. Personally, I've stopped drinking the kool-aid. So say it after me: "I trust and want the federal government to be my parent and regulate everything I eat, drink, purchase, drive, wear, or any other conduct or behaviour I might engage in. Oh and I too feel like our nation should apologize for being the U.S. in every way to all countries." Good.

I don't trust a damn thing the government does. If all the Democrats chide the Republicans for wanting to be the "world police" and step into any war, civil or not, but they DO want the U.S. government to f*cking bankroll the entire world.


replace 'government', 'federal government', 'U.S. government' and 'nation' with 'corporation' or 'corporations' or global multi-nationals... rinse, repeat...
 
2012-10-09 01:47:09 PM

Deucednuisance: tommydee: Especially funny that Dick Morris was a friend and adviser to Clinton.

Bolded the operative word for ya.[..]


Whoa... touchy.
 
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2012-10-09 01:48:43 PM

rufus-t-firefly: Rapmaster2000: OldManDownDRoad: Ah, I was wondering when those would return. Way back in the days of Clinton, the black helicopter crowd was my intro to the nuttiness of the species nuttus internetus, otherwise known as the 'net loon.

It's good to see them back!

I too, miss the black helicopters. I also enjoyed that the markings on the back of street signs are to tell the UN tanks where to go.

The 90s are back!

That was my favorite.

I envisioned columns of tanks stopping every few miles so someone could get out and check the back of a highway sign.

"Shiat! I guess we should have turned left."


I thought they put the markings on the backs of signs because the invaders would be driving on the "wrong" side of the road like they do back home...?

/Crazy people are crazy...
 
2012-10-09 01:57:31 PM

mootmah: Now they're just making shiat up.


zipmeme.com


lol, had never GIS'd for Alex Jones meme. Made my day.
 
2012-10-09 01:59:59 PM

davidphogan: I'm really tempted to become a Republican commentator. It seems like easy money.


It's kind of a soul-seller job. Got to deal with the own crap coming out of your mouth and that chance you'll drive someone to blow up a politician's office in the name of liberty.
 
2012-10-09 02:06:37 PM
By Dick Morris

*pphhhfffttt*
 
2012-10-09 02:07:23 PM

BHShaman: Can we stop calling it FoxNews now

and call it what it really is.

FoxCommentarypropaganda that would make Joseph Goebbels proud.

 
2012-10-09 02:09:06 PM
Not surprisingly, the book is published by Harper Collins, a subsidiary of NewsCorp, parent of Fox News. Isn't this interesting how this all works.
 
2012-10-09 02:14:37 PM

CornerPocket: In one regard, it's fun, and quite justifiable, to disparage the U.N. This could be done in a strongly worded letter. It's an almost completely useless bureaucracy, even if it does have six organs. (The jokes write themselves, folks) On the other hand, it's collecting approx. $7.7 billion this year from the U.S., so it really ain't that funny.  You could actually fix some bridges and etc. with that kind of money.


Apparently they don't write themselves, as you apparently had to have others write them for you.
 
2012-10-09 02:22:29 PM

ifarkthereforiam: propaganda that would make Joseph Goebbels proud.


Translation: anything I don't agree with is like Nazi propaganda.

Snort.
 
2012-10-09 02:34:24 PM
A UN-imposed tax on billionaires all over the world. And don't delude yourself for a moment that it is only the 1600 current billionaires who will be hit. Once the precedent of a UN tax on US citizens is approved, it will gradually grow downwards to cover more and more Americans. Again the funds will go to the UN.

No, don't delude yourself. Let me do it for you. 1600 billionaires looking for a place to hide. Makes 'em easier to kill and eat.
 
2012-10-09 02:51:38 PM

runwiz: Not surprisingly, the book is published by Harper Collins, a subsidiary of NewsCorp, parent of Fox News. Isn't this interesting how this all works.


Par for the course for Paux News.
 
2012-10-09 02:58:02 PM
Morris is a loony with an agenda of his very own.

But lets not let the truth get in the way of a good work of fiction.
 
2012-10-09 03:00:05 PM

tommydee: ifarkthereforiam: propaganda that would make Joseph Goebbels proud.

Translation: anything I don't agree with is like Nazi propaganda.

Snort.


The statement was hyperbolic, certainly, but do you really consider the worst thing that can be legitimately said about this article is that we "don't agree with it?"

Seriously?
 
2012-10-09 03:14:13 PM

Hickory-smoked: The statement was hyperbolic, certainly, but do you really consider the worst thing that can be legitimately said about this article is that we "don't agree with it?"

Seriously?



You mean since it was an opinion piece?
 
2012-10-09 03:14:41 PM
That has got to be one of the most reckless things I've ever seen out of any new agency, even Fox. That's just... utterly incredible.
 
2012-10-09 03:54:02 PM
i292.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-09 04:11:46 PM

tommydee: ifarkthereforiam: propaganda that would make Joseph Goebbels proud.

Translation: anything I don't agree with is like Nazi propaganda.

Snort.


It goes far beyond simple disagreement. Unless you agree with outright lies.
 
2012-10-09 04:12:28 PM

OldManDownDRoad: rufus-t-firefly: Rapmaster2000: OldManDownDRoad: Ah, I was wondering when those would return. Way back in the days of Clinton, the black helicopter crowd was my intro to the nuttiness of the species nuttus internetus, otherwise known as the 'net loon.

It's good to see them back!

I too, miss the black helicopters. I also enjoyed that the markings on the back of street signs are to tell the UN tanks where to go.

The 90s are back!

That was my favorite.

I envisioned columns of tanks stopping every few miles so someone could get out and check the back of a highway sign.

"Shiat! I guess we should have turned left."

[thereyouare.org image 400x337]


Just wondering, but couldn't they get to where they're going by reading the information on....gee, I don't know....Maybe the FRONT of street signs?
 
2012-10-09 04:15:27 PM

ifarkthereforiam: It goes far beyond simple disagreement. Unless you agree with outright lies.


Dude: it's an opinion piece. Care to go after all those?
 
2012-10-09 04:28:50 PM

tommydee: ifarkthereforiam: It goes far beyond simple disagreement. Unless you agree with outright lies.

Dude: it's an opinion piece. Care to go after all those?


"In second term, Obama will allow UN to tax Americans"

That's not a statement of opinion.
 
2012-10-09 04:40:54 PM

Hickory-smoked: That's not a statement of opinion.


Do you also think professional wrestling is real? Did anyone on the planet (besides maybe you) fail to notice that Morris' screed was in the OPINION section? You should, like, read more and stuff.
 
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