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2012-11-02 07:59:53 PM

PonceAlyosha: czetie: Uh, those schlubbs. Good for them. Goddammitsomuch.

As a gay man, I enjoy being the stoner dude whom everyone eventually settles on, at least for a time.


I can't decide if that's sad or hot.
 
2012-11-02 08:01:46 PM

dericwater: MithrandirBooga: I got into an argument with a friend of a friend on facebook today. He was absolutely convinced that the Republicans fixed the recession, and it was the democrats that caused it.


After posting about a dozen things proving him completely wrong, he posted this as his closing argument:

"You can post all the graph's, reports, polls, surveys, and chart's in the world, but here's what I see daily. Less construction, less new homes, less new loans, higher fuel prices, higher grocery bills, higher heath care costs. Enjoy the cool aid. Your media is full of crap."

... I literally have no idea how to debate someone who admits that he has no interest in facts.

I completely agree. How does one argue against people who just do not see the same set of facts? It's one thing to debate what the facts indicate. It's another to completely deny the facts as presented.


I had a similar argument on FB with someone I went to high school with after last month's jobs numbers came out. He repeated the debunked claim that unemployment only dropped because people gave up looking for work. I pointed out the difference between the U4 and U6 numbers and he said "That proves nothing. I'm living it." I replied that it proved that he didn't know how to read the report. His final response: "You proved that my time is too valuable to deal with your lack of desire to seek real Truth."

Note that's the capital "T" truth.
 
2012-11-02 08:04:13 PM
As Republicans realize we will NOT be returning to a nostalgic version of our history that never actually existed except in the fevered dreams of some old, impotent white guys, the 7 stages of grief are becoming apparent.

First there was shock and denial. "Where's the birth certificate?"

Second the pain and guilt. "We are being punished for gay illegal alien abortions"

Now the anger and bargaining begins. "Unless we change course, we may well be looking at another recession"

Fourth, after the election depression will rear its ugly head.

Fifth, they will eventually come to terms with reality.

Sixth, they will try to get back in the game and become relevant again.

Seventh, Acceptance and Hope, they will realize that Universal Healthcare is NOT the worst thing that can happen to a country.

I would counsel patience for our fellow Americans as they work through their issues.

The rest of us will be getting on with our lives.
 
2012-11-02 08:06:07 PM
How do I feel about the teabagger House?

To the last, I grapple with thee;

From Hell's heart, I stab at thee;

For hate's sake, I spit my last breath at thee

/reward those clowns behavior with a vote? riiiiight
//I'd rather hump splintered balsa wood
 
2012-11-02 08:06:35 PM
Better leader than Romney:

i2.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-02 08:06:39 PM

DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.




This is what Liberals actually believe!!



/Yeah, we do.
 
2012-11-02 08:10:01 PM

Galileo's Daughter: Weigard: Via Infinito: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: abb3w: The Third Man: Jubeebee: DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: WI241TH: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

John Boehner?

Grover Norquist?

Mitch McConnell?

Karl Rove?

Sarah Palin?

Eric Cantor?

Michele Bachmann?

Newt Gingrich?

Steve King?

Richard Mourdock?

Allen West?

Ted Poe?

Darrell Issa?

Mike Turzai?

Chief?

McCloud?


Paul Ryan?
 
2012-11-02 08:12:49 PM

mrshowrules: Stages of GOP desperation:

To capture the desperation you have to take in all the stages:

1) lack of gloating or even veiled confidence (oddly polite comments like "it ain't over until it's over")
2) quietness (where are the usual suspects)
3) feigned indifference (It doesn't matter because of XYZ)
4) the crazy/hate/fear (conspiracy theories, racism and funny/insane twists in logic)
5) being a victim (expressing that a great wrong is happening)
6) clinging to a wildcard (some last minute development will save them)
7) false bravado (leaving the country, going off the grid, threatening revolution)
8) making lemonade with sour grapes (e.g., pretending they can take economic advantage of the country's fall into the abyss or "'I'm going to enjoy watching you Liberals XYZ").
9) looking to the future (2014)
10) ongoing bitter butthurt and lack of acceptance (see 2008-2012)

I would put this latest move around for with a focus on fear (Romney's in this case)


And I'll be sure to be carrying a copy of this post in my pocket on election day as I cast my "anti-vote" for no other purpose than the pleasure derived knowing that the author of this post's vote will be rendered null and void.
 
2012-11-02 08:15:31 PM

clowncar on fire: And I'll be sure to be carrying a copy of this post in my pocket on election day as I cast my "anti-vote" for no other purpose than the pleasure derived knowing that the author of this post's vote will be rendered null and void.


You jumped straight to number eight: 8) making lemonade with sour grapes (e.g., pretending they can take economic advantage of the country's fall into the abyss or "'I'm going to enjoy watching you Liberals XYZ").
 
2012-11-02 08:16:43 PM

czetie: Kimothy: When I read crap like this, I often wish the South would've been successful in their secession. Then we'd have the first world United States next to the failed experiment third world Confederate States. They'd probably be sick of their own shiat by now and attempting to make some progress. Instead, they are stuck trying to force on the rest of us their ass-backward theological, racial, and patriotic beliefs that achieve nothing but division, distress, and produce demagogues who pander to the fear of their under- and uneducated masses.

Seriously, do we still need these people in the 21st century?

I like to think that in a perfect world the loser of the Civil War had to keep the south, but in practice it would probably be more like China on our doorstep: a backward, repressive, totalitarian regime reliant on cheap labor providing shoddy products to our own underclass. Oh, and it's Border Problem would be its own people fleeing to the south for better living conditions and a more democratic government.

But even in real history, the South has always demanded -- and gotten -- disproportionate influence in the running of the US, from the very first constitutional congress. It's like the South is the hot but crazy girlfriend who makes insane demands and wants them RIGHT NOW and the North is the smart but schlubbish boyfriend who always gives in, partly because he's terrified of what crazy thing she might do next otherwise, and partly because she gives the best hummers he's ever had, and frankly he's not sure he'll ever get laid again in his life if he breaks up with her.

...OK, that metaphor may have gotten away from me towards the end, there.


Everybody, sing it loud!

"Nothing could be finer than to be in Carolina in the morrrrrrrrninngg..."
 
2012-11-02 08:20:39 PM

zenobia: Galileo's Daughter: Weigard: Via Infinito: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: abb3w: The Third Man: Jubeebee: DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: WI241TH: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

John Boehner?

Grover Norquist?

Mitch McConnell?

Karl Rove?

Sarah Palin?

Eric Cantor?

Michele Bachmann?

Newt Gingrich?

Steve King?

Richard Mourdock?

Allen West?

Ted Poe?

Darrell Issa?

Mike Turzai?

Chief?

McCloud?

Paul Ryan?


Dr. Scott!
 
2012-11-02 08:20:58 PM

jasimo: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: abb3w: The Third Man: Jubeebee: DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: WI241TH: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

John Boehner?

Grover Norquist?

Mitch McConnell?

Karl Rove?

Sarah Palin?

Eric Cantor?

Michele Bachmann?

Newt Gingrich?

Steve King?

Richard Mourdock?

Allen West?

Ted Poe?

Darrell Issa?

Let me just hand that list to my buddy, Jack. He's a repairman.


I'm pretty sure they're with The Otherness, so Jack's already on the job.
 
2012-11-02 08:21:08 PM
Lies Lies Lies, Rom-ney!

*ahem*

Are you farking kidding me, you asshat? Obama has been the partisan one not willing to compromise with the other side? ARE YOU farkING KIDDING ME?? *deep breaths*

Let's face it, no matter who wins we are in danger of another recession thanks to Congress and especially the House Republicans... if the economy crashes again it'll be blood on their hands and everyone who put them in office.
 
2012-11-02 08:22:50 PM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: clowncar on fire: And I'll be sure to be carrying a copy of this post in my pocket on election day as I cast my "anti-vote" for no other purpose than the pleasure derived knowing that the author of this post's vote will be rendered null and void.

You jumped straight to number eight: 8) making lemonade with sour grapes (e.g., pretending they can take economic advantage of the country's fall into the abyss or "'I'm going to enjoy watching you Liberals XYZ").


Nope. I just null and voided the vote of an asshat poster. Either they'll go all ballistic stupid and start frothing about republican derp gus teabaggery etc, or they will carefully think things out carefully before post inflamatory crap that has real consequences to themself.

Either way- i stand as judge, jury, and executioner.

Hopefully their vote has more meaning to them on the next go-round in four years.
 
2012-11-02 08:23:57 PM

sno man: Eddie Adams from Torrance: Sounds like he's suggesting that people vote the Democrats back into power in congress.

That how I'd call that. Kick those guys out of that House of yours and don't let them back in until they learn how to play well with others.
What an ass... Vote for me or my boys are going to take a baseball bat to the knees of the (world) economy. Wow.


What I find amazing is that Mitt has the nerve to threaten people if they don't vote for him. Doesn't that just suck? This reeks of the kid we all knew who would say, "I get to be team captain or I am taking my ball and going him." And not to mention that it reeks of desperation. I don't appreciate trying to hold my vote hostage like that. Screw you Mitt.
 
2012-11-02 08:24:16 PM

Elandriel: I wonder what "I don't have to worry about re-election" Obama is going to be like. Will he take a hard stance against these assholes, knowing they can't force him out? Will he use the bully pulpit? It would be a matter of remarkable ease to expose them after the election, peel back the layers hiding the truth of the matter -- that the GOP is intentionally hindering the economic recovery for political reasons.

But, he's pretty much a centrist, so that might be asking a bit much...


I fantasize about this Reid coming out on the Senate floor and cleaning Boehner's clock:

www.theboxinggem.com
 
2012-11-02 08:24:49 PM

clowncar on fire: Hopefully their vote has more meaning to them on the next go-round in four years.


Unless you live in the same state, your vote in no way cancels his out.
 
2012-11-02 08:25:13 PM
www.glaucoma-eye-info.com
Perhaps if we all pitched in to buy Mitch McConnell an upper row of teeth for his very own, he might be less of a d-bag in Washington.

/I doubt it, but one can hope.
 
2012-11-02 08:25:46 PM
Now I may be liberal as hell but I take Talking Point Memo with a grain of salt. They sometimes exaggerate and-

"You know that if the President is re-elected, he will still be unable to work with the people in Congress," Romney said. "He has ignored them, attacked them, blamed them. The debt ceiling will come up again, and shutdown and default will be threatened, chilling the economy."

...Okay, I want these people out and put on a pleasant canoe to a deserted island. With plenty of bitter coconut trees to live off of.
 
2012-11-02 08:27:00 PM

Heraclitus: As Republicans realize we will NOT be returning to a nostalgic version of our history that never actually existed except in the fevered dreams of some old, impotent white guys, the 7 stages of grief are becoming apparent.

First there was shock and denial. "Where's the birth certificate?"

Second the pain and guilt. "We are being punished for gay illegal alien abortions"

Now the anger and bargaining begins. "Unless we change course, we may well be looking at another recession"

Fourth, after the election depression will rear its ugly head.

Fifth, they will eventually come to terms with reality.

Sixth, they will try to get back in the game and become relevant again.

Seventh, Acceptance and Hope, they will realize that Universal Healthcare is NOT the worst thing that can happen to a country.

I would counsel patience for our fellow Americans as they work through their issues.

The rest of us will be getting on with our lives.


They're not going to work through the issues. For some of them, resentment is a career; for others it's a lifestyle. Either way they're stuck in it. But yeah, the rest of us to have to move on.
 
2012-11-02 08:27:49 PM

ghare: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: The United States does not negotiate with terrorists.

Ronald Reagan did.


IOKIYAR
 
2012-11-02 08:29:12 PM

jasimo: I'm still wondering why Obama didn't hammer him on that.



You know -- coming down to the wire -- I'm wondering why Romney wasn't hammered on a lot of things.

In Florida here he and the superPACS around him are just blowing up the airwaves with lies. There are counter ads but they pale in comparison. Gov. Scott proved you can buy the state with media and that's exactly what Rmoney is doing.


/still would love to see the state go blue despite this
//not getting my hopes up though
///the stat's got a Fark tag, after all
 
2012-11-02 08:29:59 PM

Arachnophobe: zenobia: Galileo's Daughter: Weigard: Via Infinito: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: abb3w: The Third Man: Jubeebee: DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: WI241TH: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

John Boehner?

Grover Norquist?

Mitch McConnell?

Karl Rove?

Sarah Palin?

Eric Cantor?

Michele Bachmann?

Newt Gingrich?

Steve King?

Richard Mourdock?

Allen West?

Ted Poe?

Darrell Issa?

Mike Turzai?

Chief?

McCloud?

Paul Ryan?

Dr. Scott!


Janet!
 
2012-11-02 08:32:00 PM

Cataholic: MrBallou: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

Maybe I'm begin hopelessly naive again, but it occurs to me that, if the reason the GOP House wanted to trash the economy to make Obama look bad was so he wouldn't be reelected, then, in his second term, they will not have that reason, since he can't run again anyway.

Instead, individual congressmen will be needing to make themselves look better for their own reelection bids starting in 2014. They'll also want to make the GOP look better in general to give the eventual Presidential nominee a better starting position.

What would be the incentive to keep being asshats, if they no longer need to destroy Obama?

There would be none. A re-elected Obama will have every incentive to be even more of an asshat to Congress than he has been. His sole purpose would be to destroy Republicans.


And that's bad because?
 
x23
2012-11-02 08:34:20 PM

RedPhoenix122: AirForceVet: Vote the GOP out of Congress into orbit

Not without a space shuttle.



a space shuttle is able to return to earth. we don't want that possibility.
 
2012-11-02 08:34:36 PM

Blowmonkey: Well that's the way to get votes. This is the last whimper of a dying campaign.

I swear, if barack hadn't done the most miserable job imaginable during the first debate this whole thing would have been over weeks ago.


I personally believe he deliberately went soft on Romney for the first debate because just a week prior GOP pundits were calling him pretentious, uppity, etc. All those words they like using on colored people who don't know their place.

If he was hard on Romney the GOP would have cried about how rude and overconfident he is. Lose-lose.
 
2012-11-02 08:37:35 PM

clowncar on fire: Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: clowncar on fire: And I'll be sure to be carrying a copy of this post in my pocket on election day as I cast my "anti-vote" for no other purpose than the pleasure derived knowing that the author of this post's vote will be rendered null and void.

You jumped straight to number eight: 8) making lemonade with sour grapes (e.g., pretending they can take economic advantage of the country's fall into the abyss or "'I'm going to enjoy watching you Liberals XYZ").

Nope. I just null and voided the vote of an asshat poster. Either they'll go all ballistic stupid and start frothing about republican derp gus teabaggery etc, or they will carefully think things out carefully before post inflamatory crap that has real consequences to themself.

Either way- i stand as judge, jury, and executioner.

Hopefully their vote has more meaning to them on the next go-round in four years.


I'm sure you live somewhere that you think you're vote will cancel some 'libs' vote and your being clever, but just know that your vote can't cancel the vote in my absentee ballot in Ohio, you know, a state that matters. Have a good one!
 
2012-11-02 08:39:09 PM

Cletus C.: Kuroshin: Cletus C.: MisterRonbo: Cletus C.: drewsclues: Cletus C.: If re-elected, I hope Obama makes some effort toward bipartisanship. This country will suffer if he does not.

Oh so passing the republicans own health care law wasn't good enough? Get your head out of your ass.

That really isn't the spirit of cooperation I was envisioning.

Funny how you talk about bipartisanship and cooperation, but only mention Obama needing to make some effort.

Because Republicans have already been making such efforts at bipartisan cooperation, right? All those filibusters are just their way of saying, "we want to make this relationship work!"

I was referring to my hope that a second term for Obama would bring with it his willingness to work with Republicans in Congress for the good of the country. Be a leader. Turn down the rhetoric. Of course the GOP would need to work with him, as well.

He has always done that. Hell, he has always given the Republicans everything they want, just to keep the ball rolling. He's the Great Capitulator. Obama has never played hardball or used partisan rhetoric to get his way.

So what you're suggesting is that he hasn't capitulated to the GOP enough?

Open your damn eyes. Either that, or just admit you're a GOP shill.

That is laughable. It needs to stop from both sides, I'm saying.


Citation and I'll take it back.

Obama has bent over backwards to appease the GOP in Congress. You're just trolling.
 
2012-11-02 08:39:21 PM
img24.imageshack.us
 
2012-11-02 08:39:56 PM

Cletus C.: If re-elected, I hope Obama makes some effort toward bipartisanship. This country will suffer if he does not.


Yes, he should negotiate more with the more liberal wing of the Democratic party. The GOP is no longer a legitimate party as far as policies go. So ignoring them is perfectly fine.
 
2012-11-02 08:40:48 PM

x23: RedPhoenix122: AirForceVet: Vote the GOP out of Congress into orbit

Not without a space shuttle.


a space shuttle is able to return to earth. we don't want that possibility.


But they don't have the best track record on returns. I'll take that risk, if it has the possibility of some...er...catastrophic failure.
 
2012-11-02 08:42:13 PM
There's two ways to avoid the end result Romney is foretelling.

One is to elect him to President. Suddenly everything will be light and sunshine, and Congress will meet with then-President Romney and get the economy working again.

(This is what some Republican voters truly believe, ignoring the anti-everything Teabaggers who only want to 'stop spending' 'no tax increase' nonsense and don't give a damn about anything else)

The other option is to elect rational, intelligent members of Congress rather than these idiot, racist, narcissistic, bigoted, hate-filled, nonsensical ones we've currently got. Elect Republican or Democrat, either one is fine, as long as the nutbag incumbent is replaced with someone who cares about the country more than what his party puppet masters want him to do.

Right now it is possible that the Democrats may gain up to 5 seats in the Senate (mainly due to the Republicans who just can't keep their mouths shut about rape). A sizable number of Teabaggers in the House are also threatened with expulsion, but I don't know how many is a realistic number. Hopefully the carnage among the far-right wing of the GOP may wake up the rest of them and they'll get back to work.

Naaahhh, I expect at least two more years of herp and derp from them...
 
2012-11-02 08:45:11 PM
This, sir, will NOT stand!
 
2012-11-02 08:48:29 PM

Torgo_of_Manos: neritz: thomps: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

you guys realize that all you are doing is sounding like some sort of hyperbolic hive-mind. and also you're probably signing yourselves up for some soon-to-be created republican gulag.

I already live in South Carolina

Hey...me too


Me three.m To make it even more depressing, I'm originally from Indiana. I still haven't decidred yet if SC is an improvement or not....
 
2012-11-02 08:50:51 PM

ravenlore: Better leader than Romney:

[i2.photobucket.com image 400x438]


Better leader then Romney:

www.wallsave.com
 
2012-11-02 08:51:22 PM

ravenlore: Arachnophobe: zenobia: Galileo's Daughter: Weigard: Via Infinito: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: abb3w: The Third Man: Jubeebee: DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: WI241TH: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

John Boehner?

Grover Norquist?

Mitch McConnell?

Karl Rove?

Sarah Palin?

Eric Cantor?

Michele Bachmann?

Newt Gingrich?

Steve King?

Richard Mourdock?

Allen West?

Ted Poe?

Darrell Issa?

Mike Turzai?

Chief?

McCloud?

Paul Ryan?

Dr. Scott!

Janet!


Brad!
 
2012-11-02 08:51:55 PM
Anyone who would vote for that contemptible asshole after he said that deserves prison.
 
2012-11-02 09:01:30 PM
Top of the world, ma!

i90.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-02 09:01:30 PM

clowncar on fire: Either way- i stand as judge, jury, and executioner.

Hopefully their vote has more meaning to them on the next go-round in four years.


Seriously, this made me laugh out loud. You're suck a farking 'tard. I mean honestly, and I'm still laughing, you're probably the dumbest motherfarker I've ever seen on Fark. Not the trolls, not the Republicans, not the rape apologists - you, you are the stupidest farker I've ever seen. God bless your impotent, child mind, you've brightened my day. Now, go run and wash up, scamp while I mark you as a favorite with an appropriate note.

/oh please! Don't steal my vote too! Bwhahahhahah!
 
2012-11-02 09:02:22 PM

AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.


img24.imageshack.us

/heh
 
2012-11-02 09:03:15 PM

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: The United States does not negotiate with terrorists.


"I think some of our members may have thought the default issue was a hostage you might take a chance at shooting," he said. "Most of us didn't think that. What we did learn is this - it's a hostage that's worth ransoming. "

upload.wikimedia.org

No, we don't negotiate with them, we elect them.
 
2012-11-02 09:04:44 PM

Im_Gumby: ravenlore: Arachnophobe: zenobia: Galileo's Daughter: Weigard: Via Infinito: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: abb3w: The Third Man: Jubeebee: DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: WI241TH: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

John Boehner?

Grover Norquist?

Mitch McConnell?

Karl Rove?

Sarah Palin?

Eric Cantor?

Michele Bachmann?

Newt Gingrich?

Steve King?

Richard Mourdock?

Allen West?

Ted Poe?

Darrell Issa?

Mike Turzai?

Chief?

McCloud?

Paul Ryan?

Dr. Scott!

Janet!

Brad!


Rocky!
 
2012-11-02 09:10:43 PM

firefly212: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: The United States does not negotiate with terrorists.

"I think some of our members may have thought the default issue was a hostage you might take a chance at shooting," he said. "Most of us didn't think that. What we did learn is this - it's a hostage that's worth ransoming. "

[upload.wikimedia.org image 220x279]

No, we don't negotiate with them, we elect them.


Yeah. This douche has been in the Senate longer than any of the others. And he's among the top 10 wealthiest ones too. People like him are the reason we need to have Congressional term limits.
 
2012-11-02 09:10:47 PM

dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?


it's not just political points. there are those who do such things to add more millions to the huge pile of millions they already have. they will put their fellow countrymen out of work, out of a home and children out of food so well-to-do investors may see a few pennies more on the bottom line.

i fear that as more people are not exposed to or give up on the concept of an all powerful entity and the belief of reward for goodness and punishment for evil even more colossal acts of dooshnozzle will prevail. and we the commoners will suffer greatly because of it.
 
2012-11-02 09:11:41 PM

firefly212: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: The United States does not negotiate with terrorists.

"I think some of our members may have thought the default issue was a hostage you might take a chance at shooting," he said. "Most of us didn't think that. What we did learn is this - it's a hostage that's worth ransoming. "

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No, we don't negotiate with them, we elect them.


Jesus, faces don't come more punchable than that.
 
2012-11-02 09:13:19 PM

firefly212: No, we don't negotiate with them, we elect them.


Not me. I don't vote for those bigots. You can elect that filth if you want. Then you are a bad person.

Why do you aspire to be like them? I can tell a Republican a mile away. They are frightened by words and then they shiat themselves and piss their own pants. You can always tell if someone is Republican. They smell like a Republican. Just like shiat.
 
2012-11-02 09:15:29 PM

Hagbardr: Im_Gumby: ravenlore: Arachnophobe: zenobia: Galileo's Daughter: Weigard: Via Infinito: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: abb3w: The Third Man: Jubeebee: DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: WI241TH: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

John Boehner?

Grover Norquist?

Mitch McConnell?

Karl Rove?

Sarah Palin?

Eric Cantor?

Michele Bachmann?

Newt Gingrich?

Steve King?

Richard Mourdock?

Allen West?

Ted Poe?

Darrell Issa?

Mike Turzai?

Chief?

McCloud?

Paul Ryan?

Dr. Scott!

Janet!

Brad!

Rocky!


Ugh!
 
2012-11-02 09:19:33 PM

AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.


This.

Also Romney you dumbfark people do not respond well to blackmail.
 
2012-11-02 09:20:54 PM

common sense is an oxymoron: Hagbardr: Im_Gumby: ravenlore: Arachnophobe: zenobia: Galileo's Daughter: Weigard: Via Infinito: Mitt Romneys Tax Return: abb3w: The Third Man: Jubeebee: DarwiOdrade: RedPhoenix122: doyner: Vodka Zombie: Lionel Mandrake: FlashHarry: AdolfOliverPanties: Today's GOP is the greatest threat the United States has ever faced.

Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: WI241TH: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: Nadie_AZ: RedPhoenix122: dickfreckle: Remember when politicians routinely compromised to get things done? Is "obstruction as a device to make the president look bad" now an official part of their stated platform? What sort of collassal douchenozzle must you be to actively harm the country in order to score political points?

John Boehner?

Grover Norquist?

Mitch McConnell?

Karl Rove?

Sarah Palin?

Eric Cantor?

Michele Bachmann?

Newt Gingrich?

Steve King?

Richard Mourdock?

Allen West?

Ted Poe?

Darrell Issa?

Mike Turzai?

Chief?

McCloud?

Paul Ryan?

Dr. Scott!

Janet!

Brad!

Rocky!

Ugh!


Slab Bulkhead
 
2012-11-02 09:26:27 PM
Republicans: the stupidest, most incompetent, wrong-headed crowd, who think they are the smartest, most capable, and always-right people on the planet. 

The worst combination of traits anyone could have.
 
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