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2012-10-12 09:53:08 AM  

Cletus C.: CPennypacker: Why can't conservatives admit defeat? When our guy loses, we admit it. We complain and whine. We try to rationalize the reason he lost. We try to find the silver lining in his performance. We may even be mad at the moderator for not doing his job (i disagree). But we admit he lost.

Suck it up. Ryan got his ass handed to him. You don't get a tie just because your opponent made faces at your BS.

I can understand how you might think Biden won. You needed it desperately.

But for the small percentage of voters out there who actually aren't deep in that trench or the other it's hard to imagine them coming to the conclusion they liked the angry old man better.


As opposed to the snarky, petulant, question and fact dodging young guy? I thought Ryan came off as really wormy. He admitted that Romney's campaign effectively agrees with Obama administrations policies for Syria, Iran and Afghanistan, and he lost points on medicare, SS, and taxes. You can give him a point for Libya if it makes you feel better. We'll call the rest of the subjects draws. Biden 6 Ryan 1.
 
2012-10-12 09:54:10 AM  

Fart_Machine: Cletus C.: CPennypacker: Why can't conservatives admit defeat? When our guy loses, we admit it. We complain and whine. We try to rationalize the reason he lost. We try to find the silver lining in his performance. We may even be mad at the moderator for not doing his job (i disagree). But we admit he lost.

Suck it up. Ryan got his ass handed to him. You don't get a tie just because your opponent made faces at your BS.

I can understand how you might think Biden won. You needed it desperately.

But for the small percentage of voters out there who actually aren't deep in that trench or the other it's hard to imagine them coming to the conclusion they liked the angry old man better.

That's a pretty big projector you've got there.


Just ignore him. Makes life around here so much better.
 
2012-10-12 09:54:18 AM  

RedT: [timethemoment.files.wordpress.com image 326x489]

I showed my husband the Time Mag Ryan workout pictorial and he commented "When I look at those picutres I imagine Ryan with a Shake-a-weight."

/And here I am outta brain-bleach.


I imagine Ryan leaving the gym and taking his "wicked cool" Mustang to Honey Shakers "cuz they got good wings".

But then when I see him all suited up and talking, I just start the countdown until the gay sex scandal.
 
2012-10-12 09:54:18 AM  

Uchiha_Cycliste: Likewise, are they too stupid to recognize Romney and Ryan's lies for what they are? Or do they simply not care?

Probably, if you forced people to really think about it , they would admit most of those things. But when one side is telling you exactly what you want to hear it's ...

But... but.. just 4 years ago we were facing possibly the worst financial disaster this country has ever seen and we just narrowly avoided it. Supposedly these folks were negatively affected by that and claim they don't want that to happen again. Don't they care about how that happened and how to prevent it? I just don't understand it. Do I just think too much?


In the past week I have had two people tell me that they really don't know what is going on, so they "have to" take what the candidates say at face value.

/and I hear that Bill gates will give you a free computer if you forward this comment in an email!
 
2012-10-12 09:54:41 AM  

karmaceutical: The hilarious thing about all this is that right now there are millions of angry Conservatives tuning into to Rushbo so they can hear about how wrong it is for someone to be so belligerent and disrespectful.


I loled

/that was your intent, right?
 
2012-10-12 09:55:05 AM  
So I guess the spin today is that Biden was just too disrespectful. My question for people that think that: How respectful is it to lie through your teeth 90% of the time your lips are moving? As far as I'm concerned Ryan was disrespecting the entire audience with the constant BS.
 
2012-10-12 09:55:15 AM  
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2012-10-12 09:55:45 AM  
I think the most telling part of the debate was how Ryan fled from any given talking point as soon as it was disputed.
 
2012-10-12 09:56:13 AM  
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2012-10-12 09:56:23 AM  
They looked pretty relaxed to me.

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2012-10-12 09:57:31 AM  

Uchiha_Cycliste: Likewise, are they too stupid to recognize Romney and Ryan's lies for what they are? Or do they simply not care?


Romney is taller than Obama so he looked more presidential. That's all they needed to know.
 
2012-10-12 09:58:25 AM  
Part of me was wishing the Biden would be a little more cool under the collar towards Ryan. The other 99% of me was practically gleeful that he kept bashing Ryan and getting pissed that he kept up with the same talking points (i.e. lies). It was great seeing them called out. Biden handled Ryan like he was a pernicious teenager.

A favorite was when Ryan was bashing the administration for not sending more Marines to Libya, and Biden coming back with how Ryan voted to defund security for Embassies. Another was when Ryan was trying to say how the current admin wasn't doing enough in Syria and then got schooled on how adults handle the situation. "but.. but... you gave Putin veto power in the UN!" The fark? How can he not know how the UN has operated in all of its existence? These guys are tools.
 
2012-10-12 09:58:47 AM  
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So when they make an HBO movie about this election, Ryan will be played by Adam Sandler?
 
2012-10-12 09:59:55 AM  

NotSoup: karmaceutical: The hilarious thing about all this is that right now there are millions of angry Conservatives tuning into to Rushbo so they can hear about how wrong it is for someone to be so belligerent and disrespectful.

I loled

/that was your intent, right?


Yes, but I usually assume that no one is reading. Thanks!
 
2012-10-12 10:00:08 AM  

Graffito: Uchiha_Cycliste: Likewise, are they too stupid to recognize Romney and Ryan's lies for what they are? Or do they simply not care?

Romney is taller than Obama so he looked more presidential. That's all they needed to know.


Plus, he looked more, ahhhhh, how you say...um....well, you know.....he was just...uh....he looked a....ahh....he didn't.....you know, er.....he didn't um.....look so....um..."socialist?"
 
2012-10-12 10:00:33 AM  

RedT: Uchiha_Cycliste: Likewise, are they too stupid to recognize Romney and Ryan's lies for what they are? Or do they simply not care?

Probably, if you forced people to really think about it , they would admit most of those things. But when one side is telling you exactly what you want to hear it's ...

But... but.. just 4 years ago we were facing possibly the worst financial disaster this country has ever seen and we just narrowly avoided it. Supposedly these folks were negatively affected by that and claim they don't want that to happen again. Don't they care about how that happened and how to prevent it? I just don't understand it. Do I just think too much?

In the past week I have had two people tell me that they really don't know what is going on, so they "have to" take what the candidates say at face value.

/and I hear that Bill gates will give you a free computer if you forward this comment in an email!


Jesus Christ....

\And it's 8 emails ;)
 
2012-10-12 10:00:39 AM  

Carn: I thought Ryan came off as really wormy. He admitted that Romney's campaign effectively agrees with Obama administrations policies for Syria, Iran and Afghanistan, and he lost points on medicare, SS, and taxes. You can give him a point for Libya if it makes you feel better.


He doesn't even get a point on Libya. His main complaint about Obama's handling was that there was an ignored report that requested more embassy security. When Biden pointed out that said report never made it to the White House and that Ryan's own plan cut significant amounts of embassy security, Ryan rolled over and went back to "We are witnessing the crumbling of the Obama foreign policy!"
 
2012-10-12 10:01:10 AM  

Philip Francis Queeg: [timethemoment.files.wordpress.com image 326x489]
So when they make an HBO movie about this election, Ryan will be played by Adam Sandler?


The face is more Ryan Stiles.

i14.tinypic.com
 
2012-10-12 10:01:33 AM  

Graffito: Uchiha_Cycliste: Likewise, are they too stupid to recognize Romney and Ryan's lies for what they are? Or do they simply not care?

Romney is taller than Obama so he looked more presidential. That's all they needed to know.


I hate the GOP and their sheep. Our country has so much potential if we could just stop fighting and stop trying to screw everyone but the millionaires.
 
2012-10-12 10:03:08 AM  

sprawl15: I think the most telling part of the debate was how Ryan fled from any given talking point as soon as it was disputed.


From what I heard on the radio afterword the most telling part of the debate was that Ryan was lying about the Iranian nuclear threat they are going to lie us into another war if they get elected.
 
2012-10-12 10:03:23 AM  
I thought this debate was run very well, the mod did a great job.
I think it helps having the mod right at the table with the guys, it's harder to ignore her that way.

I thought Ryan did a fair job, he hit all the points he likely planned on hitting and came off pretty well.
He, like Mitt, likes to talk about what their plan will do, without talking about how it will be done, and this debate illustrated that problem much better than the last one. Of course, that wont sink in to the Fox crowd, but that's no shocker.

I thought Joe did a great job, the VP has more room to be bold I think, and Joe did it right.
He was right on top of every point Ryan was making and he didn't let the BS (much of the same BS that Mitt spewed) go by without calling it BS, or mularkey whatever...

I did think Joe could have dialed down the mugging a bit, that's just ammo for Fox and Friends to use at their low info crowd...but, I understand where the urge to make a 'that's buuuuulllllllsheeeeeiiiit' face comes from.

I hope Obama took notes and shows up to his next debate with some fire in his belly. Obama needs to make his case clear in the middle of Mitt's shifting positions and vague BS.
 
2012-10-12 10:03:50 AM  

Cletus C.: CPennypacker: Why can't conservatives admit defeat? When our guy loses, we admit it. We complain and whine. We try to rationalize the reason he lost. We try to find the silver lining in his performance. We may even be mad at the moderator for not doing his job (i disagree). But we admit he lost.

Suck it up. Ryan got his ass handed to him. You don't get a tie just because your opponent made faces at your BS.

I can understand how you might think Biden won. You needed it desperately.

But for the small percentage of voters out there who actually aren't deep in that trench or the other it's hard to imagine them coming to the conclusion they liked the angry old man better.


Pretty sure the reaction among undecided voters was 50% Biden, 31% Ryan, and 19% tie. So you might want to work on your imagining there, chief.
 
2012-10-12 10:04:05 AM  
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2012-10-12 10:04:07 AM  
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2012-10-12 10:04:12 AM  

Gunther: PanicMan: I was addicted to CNN in the late 90s to early 2000s. They had solid reporting, informative opinion shows, and were really focused on substance over style. But after 9/11 they just changed. More opinion, more flash, less substance. I completely burned out on TV news shortly after that, so I'm not sure if it was a steady slide after that or a sudden drop, but every time I come across CNN I'm completely disgusted. They even get basic facts wrong (like the current day of the week).

Fox started beating them in the ratings. They responded by becoming Fox-lite.

Al Jazeera and (to a lesser extent) BBC World News are about the only channels left that manage to get any real reporting done. So of course they're both attacked as puppets of the left-wing.


I know. I hate that I can't get news on any of the 24 hour news channels.
 
2012-10-12 10:04:35 AM  

dinch: Another was when Ryan was trying to say how the current admin wasn't doing enough in Syria and then got schooled on how adults handle the situation. "but.. but... you gave Putin veto power in the UN!" The fark? How can he not know how the UN has operated in all of its existence? These guys are tools.


Yeah, that was insane. He complained that the security council was a thing and said using it was a mistake in a situation where we didn't actually use it.

See, I think Ryan is a lot smarter than he presented, but he's being run by the Romney campaign who want him to stay delightfully off any given message...leaving him with shiatall but vague attacks. I mean, he farking built several budgets, he at least knows the material, and he was unable to give a single tax break that he'd eliminate. He was best used by the GOP as That One Asshole who could sit down and vomit out the piles of numbers for the rest of the GOP to wallow in. By putting him in the forefront, it cuts that advantage off at the knees; the Ryan pick is an absolutely abysmal strategic move.
 
2012-10-12 10:04:45 AM  

sprawl15: Carn: I thought Ryan came off as really wormy. He admitted that Romney's campaign effectively agrees with Obama administrations policies for Syria, Iran and Afghanistan, and he lost points on medicare, SS, and taxes. You can give him a point for Libya if it makes you feel better.

He doesn't even get a point on Libya. His main complaint about Obama's handling was that there was an ignored report that requested more embassy security. When Biden pointed out that said report never made it to the White House and that Ryan's own plan cut significant amounts of embassy security, Ryan rolled over and went back to "We are witnessing the crumbling of the Obama foreign policy!"


Ok. Also, I forgot that Biden did a much better job explaining his stance on abortion. Ryan finally admitted that they want legislation to outlaw it, which I haven't heard spoken out loud by them before.
 
2012-10-12 10:06:07 AM  

CPennypacker: Biden interrupts, take charge, has the last word every time, is assertive, and tells the truth, clear tie.


"We didn't know they wanted extra security." Yeah, full of truth.
 
2012-10-12 10:07:23 AM  
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2012-10-12 10:07:39 AM  

Headso: sprawl15: I think the most telling part of the debate was how Ryan fled from any given talking point as soon as it was disputed.

From what I heard on the radio afterword the most telling part of the debate was that Ryan was lying about the Iranian nuclear threat they are going to lie us into another war if they get elected.


That was weird. There was a very odd discussion between the two; it started off relatively sane where Ryan was arguing that Iran has progressed towards a bomb and Biden was arguing that Iran is more isolated than they've ever been. Then it got weird, when Biden started going down a rabbit hole where he started off saying that there are certain things they need in addition to fissile material to make a bomb (which is true) but ended up sounding like if Iran had fissile material it wouldn't matter unless they had those bomb parts. Instead of Ryan pressing, though, he fell back on the argument of "Iran is four years closer to a bomb than they were four years ago". OK, time flows normally in Iran. Thanks, Ryan.
 
2012-10-12 10:07:43 AM  

Fart_Machine: Cletus C.: CPennypacker: Why can't conservatives admit defeat? When our guy loses, we admit it. We complain and whine. We try to rationalize the reason he lost. We try to find the silver lining in his performance. We may even be mad at the moderator for not doing his job (i disagree). But we admit he lost.

Suck it up. Ryan got his ass handed to him. You don't get a tie just because your opponent made faces at your BS.

I can understand how you might think Biden won. You needed it desperately.

But for the small percentage of voters out there who actually aren't deep in that trench or the other it's hard to imagine them coming to the conclusion they liked the angry old man better.

That's a pretty big projector you've got there.


That's all you got? OK then.
 
2012-10-12 10:08:51 AM  

I alone am best: CPennypacker: Biden interrupts, take charge, has the last word every time, is assertive, and tells the truth, clear tie.

"We didn't know they wanted extra security." Yeah, full of truth.


Yeah . . .
 
2012-10-12 10:09:25 AM  

sprawl15: dinch: Another was when Ryan was trying to say how the current admin wasn't doing enough in Syria and then got schooled on how adults handle the situation. "but.. but... you gave Putin veto power in the UN!" The fark? How can he not know how the UN has operated in all of its existence? These guys are tools.

Yeah, that was insane. He complained that the security council was a thing and said using it was a mistake in a situation where we didn't actually use it.

See, I think Ryan is a lot smarter than he presented, but he's being run by the Romney campaign who want him to stay delightfully off any given message...leaving him with shiatall but vague attacks. I mean, he farking built several budgets, he at least knows the material, and he was unable to give a single tax break that he'd eliminate. He was best used by the GOP as That One Asshole who could sit down and vomit out the piles of numbers for the rest of the GOP to wallow in. By putting him in the forefront, it cuts that advantage off at the knees; the Ryan pick is an absolutely abysmal strategic move.


I forget who said it, and I believe it was originally about Newt Gingrich, but "Paul Ryan is only a 'wonk' because he sounds like a smart person to dumb people".

A 'wonk' would know that Heritage and AEI are not "nonpartisan". A 'wonk' would know what the farking UN Security Council is, and who the permanent members are. A 'wonk' would know that projecting 8% economic growth (recession or no) is like wishing for a nine-way with Janeway. A 'wonk' studies a plan and can articulate it beyond what the words on the page are, and Ryan could do neither.
 
2012-10-12 10:09:27 AM  

sprawl15: OK, time flows normally in Iran. Thanks, Ryan.


Hasn't Iran been three years from a bomb for like the last 17 years?
 
2012-10-12 10:09:46 AM  
ALrighty, I'm frustrated with my countrymen and (potential) representatives. I'm going to go mountain bike for a few hours TTYall at 10 or 11.
 
2012-10-12 10:10:05 AM  

sprawl15: Headso: sprawl15: I think the most telling part of the debate was how Ryan fled from any given talking point as soon as it was disputed.

From what I heard on the radio afterword the most telling part of the debate was that Ryan was lying about the Iranian nuclear threat they are going to lie us into another war if they get elected.

That was weird. There was a very odd discussion between the two; it started off relatively sane where Ryan was arguing that Iran has progressed towards a bomb and Biden was arguing that Iran is more isolated than they've ever been. Then it got weird, when Biden started going down a rabbit hole where he started off saying that there are certain things they need in addition to fissile material to make a bomb (which is true) but ended up sounding like if Iran had fissile material it wouldn't matter unless they had those bomb parts. Instead of Ryan pressing, though, he fell back on the argument of "Iran is four years closer to a bomb than they were four years ago". OK, time flows normally in Iran. Thanks, Ryan.


It's the same exact argument that Bibi has used every time I've seen him interviewed: "Iran is four years closer than they were four years ago."

Yet somehow they're always six months away from a complete bomb.
 
2012-10-12 10:10:15 AM  

sprawl15: Instead of Ryan pressing, though, he fell back on the argument of "Iran is four years closer to a bomb than they were four years ago". OK, time flows normally in Iran. Thanks, Ryan.


I laughed at that too. He may as well have said "Every single one of us is four years closer to death than we were before this administration took office."
 
2012-10-12 10:10:18 AM  

Cyxneo: [i.imgur.com image 799x1051]


That's photoshopped. There is no way a news organization would have that as news. It just isn't possible.

*checks Fox News*

Well, I'll be damned.
 
2012-10-12 10:10:42 AM  

Headso: sprawl15: I think the most telling part of the debate was how Ryan fled from any given talking point as soon as it was disputed.

From what I heard on the radio afterword the most telling part of the debate was that Ryan was lying about the Iranian nuclear threat they are going to lie us into another war if they get elected.


Ryan got destroyed on Iran. Biden even got him to admit that Netanyahu is exaggerating the progress of its nuclear capability. That one floored me. I'm betting Romney fielded some very, very pissed off calls from Adelson that night.
 
2012-10-12 10:10:47 AM  

NeoCortex42: So I guess the spin today is that Biden was just too disrespectful. My question for people that think that: How respectful is it to lie through your teeth 90% of the time your lips are moving? As far as I'm concerned Ryan was disrespecting the entire audience with the constant BS.


I expect the President to act Presidential. I expect the VP to be able to act as the President's bulldog when need be and call out BS.

Amazing how those that beat their chest and crowed that Romney beat Obama now have their panties in a twist because Mean Old Joe beat up on poor defenseless Eddie.
 
2012-10-12 10:11:58 AM  

Sock Ruh Tease: [i.imgur.com image 320x960]


Joe: You're a better debater than Palin was.
Paul: Well, thank you, Joe.
Joe: Just kidding. Palin had tits.
Paul: :(
 
2012-10-12 10:12:26 AM  

Buffalo77: [sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 403x403]


You sound angry.
 
2012-10-12 10:12:35 AM  
I'm curious why the Democrats are so afraid of the word 'lie'. Joe couldn't even say tell the truth, had to throw the Malarkey word out there. Some unspoken political code? Because I would be saying lie a lot if I were talking to Ryan.

As for everyone calling Romney a robot, look at Ryan. That's a face of practiced emotions like a sociopath. Romney is just out of touch as a wealthy person, I think he has empathy and emotion. Ryan looks like he's faking every emotion.
 
2012-10-12 10:12:53 AM  

I alone am best: CPennypacker: Biden interrupts, take charge, has the last word every time, is assertive, and tells the truth, clear tie.

"We didn't know they wanted extra security." Yeah, full of truth.


The requests for security didn't go up more than 2-3 levels above the embassy and even if they did and we reinforced Bengahzi, it wouldn't have helped. The attack was so large and obviously conducted with inside information that it simply would have added to our body count.
 
2012-10-12 10:12:58 AM  

sprawl15: Headso: sprawl15: I think the most telling part of the debate was how Ryan fled from any given talking point as soon as it was disputed.

From what I heard on the radio afterword the most telling part of the debate was that Ryan was lying about the Iranian nuclear threat they are going to lie us into another war if they get elected.

That was weird. There was a very odd discussion between the two; it started off relatively sane where Ryan was arguing that Iran has progressed towards a bomb and Biden was arguing that Iran is more isolated than they've ever been. Then it got weird, when Biden started going down a rabbit hole where he started off saying that there are certain things they need in addition to fissile material to make a bomb (which is true) but ended up sounding like if Iran had fissile material it wouldn't matter unless they had those bomb parts. Instead of Ryan pressing, though, he fell back on the argument of "Iran is four years closer to a bomb than they were four years ago". OK, time flows normally in Iran. Thanks, Ryan.


the line I heard on the radio that i found scary from Ryan was he said something like 4 years ago Iran had enough nuclear material to make 1 bomb (untrue) and now they have enough to make 5 (untrue). It totally reminded me of the race to go to war with Iraq.
 
2012-10-12 10:13:00 AM  

NeoCortex42: So I guess the spin today is that Biden was just too disrespectful. My question for people that think that: How respectful is it to lie through your teeth 90% of the time your lips are moving? As far as I'm concerned Ryan was disrespecting the entire audience with the constant BS.


he even tried to use that snipped quote from Obama's 2008 acceptance speech (the part Ryan used in bold):

...I know there are those who dismiss such beliefs as happy talk. They claim that our insistence on something larger, something firmer, and more honest in our public life is just a Trojan horse for higher taxes and the abandonment of traditional values.

And that's to be expected, because if you don't have any fresh ideas, then you use stale tactics to scare voters.

If you don't have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as someone people should run from. You make a big election about small things.

And you know what? It's worked before, because it feeds into the cynicism we all have about government. When Washington doesn't work, all its promises seem empty. If your hopes have been dashed again and again, then it's best to stop hoping and settle for what you already know.

I get it. I realize that I am not the likeliest candidate for this office. I don't fit the typical pedigree, and I haven't spent my career in the halls of Washington.

But I stand before you tonight because all across America something is stirring. What the naysayers don't understand is that this election has never been about me; it's about you...




I've seen low info morons passing this quote around as though Obama was confessing to using these tactics when in fact he's obviously referring to his opponents tactics. How lame do you have to be to snip quotes like that and then try to pass them off as something else in the middle of a live debate?

you know why Ryan does this? because he knows the average Fox viewer will take his misleading and frankly insulting bait and swallow it whole. Without any consideration for the truth.

I'd be insulted if I thought he was talking that weak BS at me.
 
2012-10-12 10:14:09 AM  

sprawl15: Headso: sprawl15: I think the most telling part of the debate was how Ryan fled from any given talking point as soon as it was disputed.

From what I heard on the radio afterword the most telling part of the debate was that Ryan was lying about the Iranian nuclear threat they are going to lie us into another war if they get elected.

That was weird. There was a very odd discussion between the two; it started off relatively sane where Ryan was arguing that Iran has progressed towards a bomb and Biden was arguing that Iran is more isolated than they've ever been. Then it got weird, when Biden started going down a rabbit hole where he started off saying that there are certain things they need in addition to fissile material to make a bomb (which is true) but ended up sounding like if Iran had fissile material it wouldn't matter unless they had those bomb parts. Instead of Ryan pressing, though, he fell back on the argument of "Iran is four years closer to a bomb than they were four years ago". OK, time flows normally in Iran. Thanks, Ryan.


I'm glad Joe said everyone needs to calm down on the Iran panic. Yes it's something to watch and be aware of, it's not something worth going to war over tomorrow.
 
2012-10-12 10:14:50 AM  

EyeballKid: Graffito: Uchiha_Cycliste: Likewise, are they too stupid to recognize Romney and Ryan's lies for what they are? Or do they simply not care?

Romney is taller than Obama so he looked more presidential. That's all they needed to know.

Plus, he looked more, ahhhhh, how you say...um....well, you know.....he was just...uh....he looked a....ahh....he didn't.....you know, er.....he didn't um.....look so....um..."socialist?"


black exactly.
 
2012-10-12 10:16:01 AM  

Petey4335:

As a Wisconsinite who lives outside of Ryan's constituency, but works in it, I've watched him over the years. When he is not talking, watch the smile on his face. It is forced and completely artificial.. He's gotten very good at it over the years.


You mean, like this?

blogs.roanoke.com

I love how Bad Lip Reading portrays Rmoney's laugh. Kinda like a braying horse.
 
2012-10-12 10:16:48 AM  

NeoCortex42: It's the same exact argument that Bibi has used every time I've seen him interviewed: "Iran is four years closer than they were four years ago."

Yet somehow they're always six months away from a complete bomb.


Netanyahu has been talking about these dangers for 15 years now and says he continues to do so now because the hour is getting late.

Link

He has been pushing this since about the time Google was started. Coincidence? Absolutely yes!
 
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