redqueenmeg: PanicMan: Gay casinos for Maryland!Can you win gay people there?
badaboom: TV's Vinnie: I hope you republicans all had your bungholes waxed today. You're gonna be on all 4's by 10PM for sure.I'm just curious how many liberals subscribe to this line of thinking. Given that the electorate is about 50/50 do you truly believe this about half your fellow Americans? Why so much hatred? Does anyone else here support what TV Vinnie thinks? Or is he an outlier?
/ First World problems.
JusticeandIndependence: ModernPrimitive01: I'm predicting Obama will take an early lead tomorrow. Until all the Republicans get off work. -Tim TebowTim Tebow? Does he know how old this joke is?
AngryPoet: RONPAUL is on CNN talking about how "status quo" both candidates are...As I told a friend of mine that is a Paulite....as long as he keeps that R beside his name, Fark him!....//Walking around saying you hate Coke while wearing their logo on your shirt gives you the credibility of diarrhea talking about making firm bowel movements...
ManateeGag: why is Fox so butthurt over the Obama mural?
llachlan: qorkfiend: llachlan: Call me naive, but your Supreme Court has pretty much done the right thing on the big issues, irrespective of who sits on the bench. So there's that.That doesn't mean it always will, especially if the balance is shifted significantly (and there are four Justices over age 70). The worst civil rights abuses in American history - with possibly the sole exception of Japanese internment - have all been sanctioned by the Supreme Court. The Court may get it right, eventually, but it took them almost 100 years to undo "separate but equal".This isn't really my wheelhouse, so I'm going to ask this as an honest question - do you think that the fact we live in the information age might shorten the those time spans? I actually think that given the state of the world, and the pace that history usually marches at, that 100 years was fairly short (and yes, I know that in human terms, it was a long painful time, that's not what I meant). Here's an example from Canada: In 1992 the Canadian Military repealed 1967s (CFAO) 19-20, Sexual Deviation - Investigation, Medical Investigation and Disposal by 2004 a lot of provinces had marriage or marriage-like rights on the books, and less than 15 years later (in 2005) Paul Martin signed the bill legalizing gay marriage. You guys went the other way - you had marriage first then the repeal of Don't ask, Don't tell. Contrast this with say, Suffrage, which took a lot longer and seems like even more of a no brainer. It just seems to me that the ball rolls faster now.I just have faith that you guys are not going to jump back into the middle ages - I think that a lot of the prominence of theocracy is a result of fear over the economy, people are scared and clinging to a life raft they understand (it reminds me of the prevalence of environmental mutated monster horror movies in the 70s, and of movies like the Amityville Horror, in which the scary part wasn't the ghosts but the money disappearing and stuff - when people are ...
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verbaltoxin: verbaltoxin: moss covered three handled family gredunzas for Gary Johnson.GAAAAAAHHHH!! ONE SHORT?!!! FFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
PanicMan: redqueenmeg: PanicMan: Gay casinos for Maryland!Can you win gay people there?Those are the two main ballot questions. Gay marriage and another casino.
Sliding Carp: HMS_Blinkin: JohnnyC: zappaisfrank: JohnnyC: With any luck... today we repeal the Emergency Manager bullshiat that Snyder did here in Michigan. Proposal 1 here in Michigan is essentially, "Do you want the Governor to keep undermining Democracy?"I voted this morning and voted NO on all the proposals except the two collective bargaining ones.Fark Snyder..I want him neutered so his last two years are nothing but exercises in floundering.Why did you vote no against the Renewable energy requirement increase? I'm voting: 1:N, 2:Y, 3:Y, 4:Y, 5:N, 6:N on our proposals.Michigander here, and I voted the same as you on the proposals. Also, +1 for the black guy.Any feel for how the new bridge prop is going to go? Stuff I've read makes it sound scary close.For the next election, can you guys put up a proposal to let every citizen kick every one of the thug POS Maroun's right square in the nuts?
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The Great EZE: AngryPoet: RONPAUL is on CNN talking about how "status quo" both candidates are...As I told a friend of mine that is a Paulite....as long as he keeps that R beside his name, Fark him!....//Walking around saying you hate Coke while wearing their logo on your shirt gives you the credibility of diarrhea talking about making firm bowel movements...Should be pointed out that Gary Johnson's no better. He and his supporters claim he hates Coke but try to forget that he applied for a job at Coke, didn't get hired, and had to settle for a position at Tab.
badaboom: Given that the electorate is about 50/50
Herbie555: Corvus: Serious what the hell is up with polling places in other states. In CA, i've lived in BFE, suburbs and the city and each of those at most i've waited 15 mins but usually like 5 mins.What's wrong with these places that have hour long lines?Yeah, I was thinking of writing a complementary letter to my county's Registrar of Voters - on my short 8 mile commute between home and work, I passed no fewer than 10 polling stations. There's literally one for every little "subdivision" in my particular part of the 'burbs. Even on foot, I doubt I'd ever be more than 10 minutes from a polling station today./And we even had limited early voting - took advantage since wife is working a business conference downtown today.//I'm early voting from now on, was awesome.
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Grand_Moff_Joseph: verbaltoxin: verbaltoxin: moss covered three handled family gredunzas for Gary Johnson.GAAAAAAHHHH!! ONE SHORT?!!! FFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUULook at the bright side - you're Mr. Gredunza in the bank now!
d23: [i891.photobucket.com image 720x960]TILT DOWN! Damn you...
Kittypie070: Ahhh....I, um........Have to get my street clothes on and get my ass outta here.Greedy cats and cheese crackers, ya know.See ya later, folks.[i.imgur.com image 371x541]The streets will run Republican Red, huh?Don't they comprehend what they were saying? Don't they!?
skullkrusher: d23: [i891.photobucket.com image 720x960]TILT DOWN! Damn you...that's a Farker's daughter dude, have at least a LITTLE class
verbaltoxin: Grand_Moff_Joseph: verbaltoxin: verbaltoxin: moss covered three handled family gredunzas for Gary Johnson.GAAAAAAHHHH!! ONE SHORT?!!! FFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUULook at the bright side - you're Mr. Gredunza in the bank now!I can only laugh at those odds. That has happened twice today.Anyway how's the voting going in my old stomping grounds?
notShryke: coeyagi: Father_Jack: coeyagi: Nurglitch: I hope my candidate wins, and the candidate of the opposing party loses. I anticipate quite the reaction on their part when they lose, too!I hope the GOP implodes. I hope they rape and murder children to prove that they're rapists and murderers.Eggs, crack, omelet.theres a good politico link in the politics tab at the moment talking about the brewing civil war in the republican party, irrespective of the winner of todays election.Yeah, saw that. It's unlikely, just wishful thinking.There are too many people who identify with the brand, and the brand doesn't stand for anything but "my whole family is GOP so I'm GOP" anymore.You're projecting.
Thigvald the Big-Balled: Wondering why Romney's in Pittsburgh this morning--trying to provide cover for the PA SoS' comments that his job is to deliver PA for Romney? Make it look as if his campaigning paid off there, if it's close enough to rig?
HighOnCraic: [cache.gawker.com image 640x360]Anyone who takes Gary Johnson seriously after his fake debate with an Obama impersonator should be mocked relentlessly.On Thursday night, the sometimes-shirtless Stossel and his pal, Mustache, invited Brown and former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson onto their tv show to participate in a pretend debate. It was all such good, clean fun! Ha. But as this clip from Media Matters for America shows, Johnson seems to have taken the whole thing far too seriously-even knocking his head on his podium a few times to indicate frustration with the Fauxbama:LinkHow could anyone vote for a candidate who's willing to do something so silly to get attention?/Ron Paul fans, I'm also looking in your direction.Link
bdub77: I voted for skink's daughter today with my comments redacted.
NateGrey: If Romney wins, now matters are worse.
CeroX: Cletus C.: CeroX:So vote Republican?You know, i'll go ahead and bite, even though i know yous trollin' if only to expand the message...No... The idea is to stop pretending the president is the all-powerful wizard and start replacing the parts that matter... you want libertarians in the whitehouse, make sure the libertarian has some support... Get at least 33% in the house and the senate...The president isn't Rambo, he can't take on the house and the senate by himself, they will chew him up and eat him alive... and thehistory books would show a 3rd party president without support of 3rd party support to be the most ineffective president in history...Right now, when it comes to the president, either vote against the party you hate the most, or don't vote president, focus your attention, money, and campaigning where it truly matters: congress
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