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2012-10-17 04:20:04 PM

Weaver95: Limbaugh just accused the Candy of 'journalistic terrorism' against Romney. I can't make this shiat up. He's REALLY desperate today.


I wonder how long until the term "Rape" starts showing up...
 
2012-10-17 04:21:51 PM

Brubold: Actually now Romney gets to revisit the Libya situation again and this time he has quotes from Anderson Cooper, Politico, and even Crowley that back up his statement on the situation. Obama talked about how bad it was for Romney to try and score political points over the attack all while Obama was trying to paint a narrative that made him look blameless before the election.


No, not really. The way Obama framed the situation last night made Romney look like a complete dickwad for politicizing the deaths of four Americans. Does he really want to grab the shovel and pile on that one? Not to mention, bringing it up again will only reinforce how foolish he looked during the debates.
 
2012-10-17 04:22:07 PM

Chummer45: Did we know exactly what happened as the towers were falling on September 11?


Yes. We learned, within the first hour of the attacks, that even the most capricious of goats can capture a car thief and redeem themselves.
 
2012-10-17 04:22:49 PM

lordjupiter: If you're dumb enough to be "undecided" at this point there's probably nothing a moderator can do or say to sway you.


I heard a caller on NPR this morning that claimed to be undecided. She said she was waiting for the candidates to give more details on their economic plans before deciding. Since she wasn't getting that, she would fall back on the social issues because she knew their stance on those. She didn't say which direction she was leaning. Anyway, apparently that is a common feeling among "undecided" But I agree with you - if you have decided by now with as long as this campaign season has been....
 
2012-10-17 04:24:03 PM

Hebalo: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: 1. Energy Independence (it's implied)

P.S. Romney's Energy Independence plan is apparently "build more pipelines from Canada".


"Build more pipelines from Canada that actually reduce US oil supply, most notably our agricultural center", more like it.
 
2012-10-17 04:24:08 PM

riverwalk barfly: I heard a caller on NPR this morning that claimed to be undecided. She said she was waiting for the candidates to give more details on their economic plans before deciding. Since she wasn't getting that, she would fall back on the social issues because she knew their stance on those. She didn't say which direction she was leaning. Anyway, apparently that is a common feeling among "undecided" But I agree with you - if you have decided by now with as long as this campaign season has been....


Obama's plans are too full of numbers, and Romney's plans have no numbers. I want someone with just a few numbers. But I guess I can vote based on keeping Mexicans out if I can't have that.
 
2012-10-17 04:24:39 PM

Weaver95: Elandriel: Weaver95: catching the Limbaugh hour right now (@weaverXP if you want to join me) and it looks like the official GOP mantra on this debate loss is going to be 1. Romney won. 2. Obama lost badly and 3. MODERATORS omg moderators so many moderators!

This is exactly what they did in 2008. I hate that they simply cannot accept defeat, ever. There is NO grace and no effort on their part to be anything but rash and stubborn.

Rush is saying that the GOP won, that debates don't matter and that you are stupid if you think Obama beat Romney. Oh, and that debates don't matter, but Romney won and Obama was stuttering and sweating and failure incarnate...not that it mattered because MODERATORS and the lying, so many lies and none of it mattered but if it did matter than Romney won.

or something. Limbaugh is more than a bit incoherent today.


Limbaugh was coherent to begin with?

/He's like a bad rapper. You can't understand anything except the swearwords.
 
2012-10-17 04:39:18 PM

vrax: codergirl42: vrax: codergirl42: Weaver95: I think part of what I find so fascinating about the GOP these days is their absolute belief that they are right and everyone else is wrong. there is zero doubt among any of them. the Democrats watched the first debate and most of them admitted that hey, Romney came out ahead. the GOP tho - Romney got his ass kicked last night and today ALL the Republicans are saying Romney won. they can't admit their guy did poorly.

that's amazing to watch...the almost fanatical religious belief in their own cause. scary sometimes too but still fascinating.

My step sister is one of the die hard republican types but she did admit she thought Obama won the debate. She then proceeded to call the moderator biased.

Is she also adopted from a "special needs" family?

Not adopted but each of us have "special needs" siblings...

It's nice that you can look at one another that way. :)


Well on her side it's genetic, on my side it's environmental...
 
2012-10-17 04:40:01 PM

Zapruder: What he needed to say was,
"This was an act of terror. And by 'this' I mean the attack on Benghazi. It was an act of terror in Benghazi. It was a terrible act of terror in Benghazi that was an act of terror. Terror. Benghazi. Benghazi was under a terrorist attack when terrorists attacked Benghazi which was attacked by terror. Benghazi. Terror."


That's like every right wing broadcast, ever.
 
2012-10-17 04:43:54 PM

Lando Lincoln: He's serious. PhilHerup We shouldn't take him seriously, but he's serious Philherup.


ftfy

/internet dentist-like typing detected
 
2012-10-17 04:45:58 PM

Blowmonkey: Zapruder: What he needed to say was,
"This was an act of terror. And by 'this' I mean the attack on Benghazi. It was an act of terror in Benghazi. It was a terrible act of terror in Benghazi that was an act of terror. Terror. Benghazi. Benghazi was under a terrorist attack when terrorists attacked Benghazi which was attacked by terror. Benghazi. Terror."

That's like every right wing broadcast, ever.


Wasn't this a direct quote from a Very Special Episode of Hannity?
 
2012-10-17 04:48:45 PM

vrax: evoke: Four major debates and no moderator from Fox News or any other form of alternative news station/websites.

Please tell me that you don't seriously think that Fox News is some sort of "alternative news station"! The number one news (or "news") network is some minority underdog?! LMAO!


Yeah that's the thing I don't get about these conservatives when they whine about the "big bad Liberal media" and crow that FOX News is "#1".

Gee if your network is #1 why would you give a crap what the other networks are saying? And furthermore if you're network is #1 doesn't it make it part of that vaunted "Lamestream Media"?
 
2012-10-17 04:49:52 PM

sprawl15: the most capricious of goats


Aren't all goats infinitely capricious?
 
2012-10-17 04:53:18 PM

Hollie Maea: sprawl15: the most capricious of goats

Aren't all goats infinitely capricious?


Some are more infinite than others.
 
2012-10-17 05:08:45 PM

skullkrusher: James!: If your excuse for every failure is that the world is biased against you then maybe you're just farking wrong.

when did we start talking about black people?

/who said that??!


Well, if you want to talk about black people, we can start with the fact that the world, or at least the US job market, provably is biased against them.

/arrr threadjack
 
2012-10-17 05:20:23 PM

fruitloop: fark you guys! We're having a ladder and a glass of orange juice moderate the 3rd debate. Will that shut you assholes up?

/probably not


Definitely a no on the ladder, it obviously leans to the left.

images04.olx.com

/hot
 
2012-10-17 05:24:32 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Losers whine about the moderators


Winners go home and screw Michelle.
 
2012-10-17 05:26:18 PM

Blowmonkey: Brubold: Actually now Romney gets to revisit the Libya situation again and this time he has quotes from Anderson Cooper, Politico, and even Crowley that back up his statement on the situation. Obama talked about how bad it was for Romney to try and score political points over the attack all while Obama was trying to paint a narrative that made him look blameless before the election.

No, not really. The way Obama framed the situation last night made Romney look like a complete dickwad for politicizing the deaths of four Americans. Does he really want to grab the shovel and pile on that one? Not to mention, bringing it up again will only reinforce how foolish he looked during the debates.


I absolutely think Romney will bring it up in the foreign policy debate.

You have to remember that Republicans believe they are never wrong. They believe that the only reason they didn't score the point on Libya was because Candy was a meanie-head.

What else do they have? Greece? Arab Spring? Apology Tour? Iraq? The Obama administration's foreign policy has been remarkably successful. With the exception of Benghazi the Republicans have nothing.
 
2012-10-17 06:01:52 PM
Something something Fox News.

/derp
 
2012-10-17 06:07:11 PM
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2012-10-17 06:13:22 PM

sprawl15: Hollie Maea: sprawl15: the most capricious of goats

Aren't all goats infinitely capricious?

Some are more infinite than others.


Not to this guy...

i14.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-17 06:20:31 PM

Mitt Romneys Tax Return: Blowmonkey: Brubold: Actually now Romney gets to revisit the Libya situation again and this time he has quotes from Anderson Cooper, Politico, and even Crowley that back up his statement on the situation. Obama talked about how bad it was for Romney to try and score political points over the attack all while Obama was trying to paint a narrative that made him look blameless before the election.

No, not really. The way Obama framed the situation last night made Romney look like a complete dickwad for politicizing the deaths of four Americans. Does he really want to grab the shovel and pile on that one? Not to mention, bringing it up again will only reinforce how foolish he looked during the debates.

I absolutely think Romney will bring it up in the foreign policy debate.

You have to remember that Republicans believe they are never wrong. They believe that the only reason they didn't score the point on Libya was because Candy was a meanie-head.

What else do they have? Greece? Arab Spring? Apology Tour? Iraq? The Obama administration's foreign policy has been remarkably successful. With the exception of Benghazi the Republicans have nothing.



Which will allow Obama to remind people of Rmoneys smirking press conference and attempt to politicize a tragedy that the blame for which has already been accepted. Not a very bright move. Especially if widows of some of the ones killed go on and condemn the GOP for trying to take advantage.
 
2012-10-17 06:45:35 PM

sdd2000: Which will allow Obama to remind people of Rmoneys smirking press conference and attempt to politicize a tragedy that the blame for which has already been accepted. Not a very bright move. Especially if widows of some of the ones killed go on and condemn the GOP for trying to take advantage.


I agree with you that's it a bad idea, but that won't stop him.

The candidates don't always get to choose what they're going to talk about. The moderator is going to ask about Libya. What is Romney's response? Does he walk his remarks back? Apologize to Obama? Pivot to another subject? I think Romney's ego will prevent him from letting it go. He's going to want to "clarify his position."
 
2012-10-17 08:32:50 PM
I just love how the article forgoes the normal cleaning up that quotations always get in favor of making Crowly look like a stammering idiot. Dude, that's just how people talk in real life. Want me to start quoting Romney word for word and see what kind of bumbling jackass he looks like?

But you know it's pure partisan masturbation when comments on the article are disabled. You know the voices of dissent and skeptical dissatisfaction would permeate the page, so they just shut off conversation.

Stay classy, Fox.
 
2012-10-17 08:48:38 PM
Just wondering, in all 3 debates, the moderators are liberals.
Why no conservative moderators?
Even if there is no bias, it leaves the illusion that there is.
 
2012-10-17 09:58:12 PM

artthehypnotist: Just wondering, in all 3 debates, the moderators are liberals.
Why no conservative moderators?
Even if there is no bias, it leaves the illusion that there is.


5/10

A picture of a crying eagle would have raised your score.
 
2012-10-17 10:09:08 PM
Actually, that was a serious question.
In all the debates, the moderators lean liberal.
Why is that?
 
2012-10-17 10:29:47 PM

artthehypnotist: Actually, that was a serious question.
In all the debates, the moderators lean liberal.
Why is that?


The answer is "they don't".
 
2012-10-17 10:42:44 PM
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2012-10-18 12:39:58 AM

artthehypnotist: .............................


i hear ya, not one question bout where his real one true birth certificate is, or his social security number, or about rev wright, or how george soros and obama's body double were plotting the lybian attacks in hiding with saul alinksy because obama was too busy gay marrying global warming cult initiates and gave away free abortion certificates to be bothered to hand select the A team to prevent it from happening in the first place.
 
2012-10-18 01:07:31 AM
Fox is whining about (alleged) political bias?

They're really hilarious when they want to be.
 
2012-10-18 04:09:29 AM
This.

DRUDGE today reports that the Presidential Debate moderators representing PBS, CNN, CBS and ABC will be Jim Lehrer, Candy Crowley, Bob Schieffer and Martha Raddatz, respectively.
So, once again, we can look forward to softball questions lobbed toward President Obama, and "Have you stopped beating your wife yet?" -like questions fired at Governor Romney.
 

OK, how are they NOT all liberal moderators?
 
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