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(WorldNetDaily)   Single frame of Glenn Beck dunking Obama bobble-head in enormous jar of urine while standing in front of his chalkboard-full-o-crazy wonderfully illustrates Beck's current psychosis level... As for the art: Meh, derivative   (wnd.com) divider line 249
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2012-11-28 06:39:55 PM

PsiChick: Well, I actually found it fairly childishly disrespectful, since his intended meaning was clear, but then again I also found the Piss Christ childishly disrespectful. Beck gets a slightly higher score for 'childish' thanks to the bobblehead, but they're both idiots.


In defense of Piss Christ, Serrano created his work as a protest of the Catholic Church's positions on homosexuality at the height of the AIDS crises. It helps to know that Serrano is Spanish (a heavily Catholic country, where the church had strong ties with the then fascist government) and gay.

Serrano's work operates on many levels. If you don't know the story behind it, it's is a really beautiful image -- this ethereal crucifx suspended in a hazy glow of gold and crimson. That's where Beck's hack job really falls down. There is no challenge to Beck's work, because the resulting product is not beautiful.

If you know how he (Serrano) achieved the effect -- shooting through a mix of blood, urine and water -- then it presents a far deeper challenge. It challenges the viewer to ask which does more harm to the image of Christ in the popular conception, to suspend a crucifix is bodily fluids, or to use Christ as a cover for the politics of homophobia (which, at the time, were directly contributing to the spread of the AIDS epidemic, re: Silence = Death, etc.).

It's funny, but Serrano's Piss Christ -- which became a media sensation in 1989, when I was 13 -- is what got me interested in the fine arts in the first place, and was the first time I became aware of art as more than mere decoration. So thanks Jesse Helms!
 
2012-11-28 06:43:54 PM
Oh, and it's worth noting that Andres Serrano is himself a Catholic. So it's not like he was disrespecting an icon from someone else's religion.
 
2012-11-28 06:49:09 PM
Wait, I made a mistake. Serrano is American, with Afro-carribean ancestry. He is Catholic.
 
2012-11-28 06:51:36 PM

skepticultist: In defense of Piss Christ, Serrano created his work as a protest of the Catholic Church's positions on homosexuality at the height of the AIDS crises. It helps to know that Serrano is Spanish (a heavily Catholic country, where the church had strong ties with the then fascist government) and gay.


I, for one, did not know any of that. That puts an entirely different spin on it.
 
2012-11-28 06:56:02 PM

skepticultist: PsiChick: Well, I actually found it fairly childishly disrespectful, since his intended meaning was clear, but then again I also found the Piss Christ childishly disrespectful. Beck gets a slightly higher score for 'childish' thanks to the bobblehead, but they're both idiots.

In defense of Piss Christ, Serrano created his work as a protest of the Catholic Church's positions on homosexuality at the height of the AIDS crises. It helps to know that Serrano is Spanish (a heavily Catholic country, where the church had strong ties with the then fascist government) and gay.

Serrano's work operates on many levels. If you don't know the story behind it, it's is a really beautiful image -- this ethereal crucifx suspended in a hazy glow of gold and crimson. That's where Beck's hack job really falls down. There is no challenge to Beck's work, because the resulting product is not beautiful.

If you know how he (Serrano) achieved the effect -- shooting through a mix of blood, urine and water -- then it presents a far deeper challenge. It challenges the viewer to ask which does more harm to the image of Christ in the popular conception, to suspend a crucifix is bodily fluids, or to use Christ as a cover for the politics of homophobia (which, at the time, were directly contributing to the spread of the AIDS epidemic, re: Silence = Death, etc.).

It's funny, but Serrano's Piss Christ -- which became a media sensation in 1989, when I was 13 -- is what got me interested in the fine arts in the first place, and was the first time I became aware of art as more than mere decoration. So thanks Jesse Helms!


It's certainly a noble goal, but I work in literature, and a huge part of having formatting rules here is that it spurs creativity. Writing a sonnet or haiku provides a pressure that free-form doesn't. So as much as I applaud the goals, I just think using urine was maybe the wrong metaphor there. Blood and water, for example, would have had very different nuances than adding urine; urine sort of cheapens it, and I think it was very much a bad idea to break that rule specifically.

A lot of art is breaking rules, but how you do it can turn into whether or not it's good.

/Generally, pissing on something sends a very different message than I think Serrano should have conveyed.
 
2012-11-28 06:57:18 PM

PsiChick:
It actually really is, and if it were tinged blue I think it would be really beautiful. And, y'know, not urine, since someone with blue urine needs to see a doctor instead of making art.


You mean it's not supposed to be blue? TV commercials have been lying to me all these years?
Yikes.
 
2012-11-28 07:04:44 PM

Gato Blanco: I think the best part about this whole fiasco is the fact that Glenn Beck put it up for auction on EBay for charity. The entire premise of the Obama in Pee Pee is, as was said, to "point out the hypocrisy" of liberals, who he assumes were going to cry like babies because "Dear Leader" was placed in a jar of piss, much like how Christians reacted to Piss Christ (and those durn durty libbies told them to get over it.)

Cue thirty minutes later-- EBay removed the object from sales because the EBay policy states body fluids cannot be sold.

Guess what? Glenn Beck and his ilk are now throwing a screaming shiatfest because they're offended that it was taken down. No, really, they are horrified that EBay wouldn't make an exception in their policy to get back at Fartbongo. Now, they're crying like babies because EBay didn't treat them like special children.

If this isn't the most deliciously ironic backfiring, I'm not sure what is.


Well, this just went from "Meh" to farking hilarious in short time. Never thought I'd see conservatives whine because they can't bid for urine on ebay. Link

Clearly, the real victims here are those who understand neither actual art nor actual outrage. Urine idiot, Mr. Beck.
 
2012-11-28 07:06:46 PM

Dansker: PsiChick:
It actually really is, and if it were tinged blue I think it would be really beautiful. And, y'know, not urine, since someone with blue urine needs to see a doctor instead of making art.

You mean it's not supposed to be blue? TV commercials have been lying to me all these years?
Yikes.


If you watch any commercials for women's sanitary products, once a month, Windex comes out of our vaginas. I've never understood the point of that. We can see blood and gore on the news, but a Tampax or Kotex commercial can't use red liquid to demonstrate its products' usage?
 
2012-11-28 07:07:03 PM

Dansker: PsiChick:
It actually really is, and if it were tinged blue I think it would be really beautiful. And, y'know, not urine, since someone with blue urine needs to see a doctor instead of making art.

You mean it's not supposed to be blue? TV commercials have been lying to me all these years?
Yikes.


No, that's just period blood.
 
2012-11-28 07:13:01 PM

CapeFearCadaver: Rapmaster2000: I do wonder if Glenn Beck likes to have his diaper changed by a stern German nurse.

I can completely seeing that being on his his kinks. Thumb in mouth, crying, behind fed his ba-ba...


I don't know if you saw what you did there, but I did.
 
2012-11-28 07:19:03 PM

Coco LaFemme: Dansker: PsiChick:
It actually really is, and if it were tinged blue I think it would be really beautiful. And, y'know, not urine, since someone with blue urine needs to see a doctor instead of making art.

You mean it's not supposed to be blue? TV commercials have been lying to me all these years?
Yikes.

If you watch any commercials for women's sanitary products, once a month, Windex comes out of our vaginas.


And to this day I wish I hadn't freaked out and called an ambulance for my girlfriend, the night I learned the truth about that...
 
2012-11-28 07:21:38 PM

PsiChick: Dansker: PsiChick:
It actually really is, and if it were tinged blue I think it would be really beautiful. And, y'know, not urine, since someone with blue urine needs to see a doctor instead of making art.

You mean it's not supposed to be blue? TV commercials have been lying to me all these years?
Yikes.

No, that's just period blood.


Forget it. The lie is over!
 
2012-11-28 07:36:06 PM

PsiChick: It's certainly a noble goal, but I work in literature, and a huge part of having formatting rules here is that it spurs creativity. Writing a sonnet or haiku provides a pressure that free-form doesn't. So as much as I applaud the goals, I just think using urine was maybe the wrong metaphor there. Blood and water, for example, would have had very different nuances ...


Well, I'll admit I'm pretty biased -- I absolutely love aggressively challenging art. I mean, Marco Evaristti's "Helena" is my favorite installation piece ever, so that gives you an idea of where I'm coming from.

I think with Serrano's work you really have to make the effort to see the work without thinking about how the art was made. Because the work itself is beautiful, and features all of the hallmarks of romanticism -- soft light, glowing colors, mystical imagery. But as soon as you start thinking about the elements he uses -- blood, urine, semen, breast milk -- you're no longer dealing with the image qua the image, but rather your own subjective feelings about those elements. And that's the challenge of Serrano's work, it forces you to ask if you can separate the image from the process of creating the image, which in turn raises hard questions about bias and subjectivity.

By combining bodily fluids with religious iconography, Serrano pushes these questions even further, as the subjective feelings we have about those elements tend to be very different from the feelings we have about piss, blood and semen. It's easy to dismiss Serrano's work as childish and disrespectful, but I would suggest that it is the visceral reaction to the elements of its creation that is childish. After all, to appreciate Serrano's work for its inherent beauty, one has to be able to detach oneself from the immature "eew gross!" reaction to the elements of creation.

The question of whether it is disrespectful is far more contentious. Is it disrespectful to challenge institutions of authority? Serrano used bodily fluids to produce beautiful and haunting images of religious iconography. Is that disrespect? If God is everywhere, then isn't God necessarily in blood, piss and semen? If that is the case, then how can suspending a crucifix in urine -- where God already exists! - be disrespectful?

There are no right answers to these questions, but the questions are there in the art. That's how we know it's art, because it challenges us in ways that Dogs Playing Poker never will.
 
2012-11-28 07:39:15 PM

skepticultist: PsiChick: It's certainly a noble goal, but I work in literature, and a huge part of having formatting rules here is that it spurs creativity. Writing a sonnet or haiku provides a pressure that free-form doesn't. So as much as I applaud the goals, I just think using urine was maybe the wrong metaphor there. Blood and water, for example, would have had very different nuances ...

Well, I'll admit I'm pretty biased -- I absolutely love aggressively challenging art. I mean, Marco Evaristti's "Helena" is my favorite installation piece ever, so that gives you an idea of where I'm coming from.

I think with Serrano's work you really have to make the effort to see the work without thinking about how the art was made. Because the work itself is beautiful, and features all of the hallmarks of romanticism -- soft light, glowing colors, mystical imagery. But as soon as you start thinking about the elements he uses -- blood, urine, semen, breast milk -- you're no longer dealing with the image qua the image, but rather your own subjective feelings about those elements. And that's the challenge of Serrano's work, it forces you to ask if you can separate the image from the process of creating the image, which in turn raises hard questions about bias and subjectivity.

By combining bodily fluids with religious iconography, Serrano pushes these questions even further, as the subjective feelings we have about those elements tend to be very different from the feelings we have about piss, blood and semen. It's easy to dismiss Serrano's work as childish and disrespectful, but I would suggest that it is the visceral reaction to the elements of its creation that is childish. After all, to appreciate Serrano's work for its inherent beauty, one has to be able to detach oneself from the immature "eew gross!" reaction to the elements of creation.

The question of whether it is disrespectful is far more contentious. Is it disrespectful to challenge institutions of authority? Serrano use ...


Fair enough. My only problem is if he was intentionally trying to get a rise out of people; beyond that, it's a great interpretation, and I very much like it, even if it's not mine. :)
 
2012-11-28 07:45:00 PM
*yawn*

You're going to have to troll harder than that, Glen. Ann Coulter's nutsack provokes more liberal outrage than that.
 
2012-11-28 07:53:18 PM
Whose urine was it? Looks like he was saving it up for a few days.
 
2012-11-28 08:10:33 PM

rynthetyn: I'm still convinced that Glenn Beck is simply trolling. He used to routinely troll his listeners back when he was the afternoon drive time guy in Tampa, and when he wasn't trolling he'd always be a sane and reasonable conservative. This is the kind of stuff he'd do to troll too.


I have to agree. The few times I've seen him drop the act and say something serious, he's been surprisingly well-informed and well-spoken. Either he lost his damn mind somewhere, or he's well aware he's going off the deep and and just decided to see just how far he can push it.
 
2012-11-28 08:18:46 PM

theknuckler_33: The artist is still alive and was back in the news in the last couple of months because the pisschrist was back on display in some cities MOMA. Beck was also responding to Jammie Fox who called President Obama "Our Lord and Savior" the other night.
Becks planned worked he getting the at the attention he seeks which is why he makes about 6 million dollars a month and we don't.

Is it just me, or did it seem pretty obvious that Jamie Foxx was trolling conservatives when he said that? I was pretty sure I saw a smirk on his face as he was saying that.



And as usual, some clueless conservatives took the bait. Especially a raging Republitroll on another forum I regularly post on.Here's a brief rundown of how the whole thing went down:

Republitroll: "I could see this coming and expect it will get even more radical. Jamie Foxx calls Obama God, Lord and Savior. The crazy love affair continues. What's next?"

Forum member: "Only four more years of being scared by a black president, [Republitroll]. And didn't you know? Jamie Foxx is Obama's John the Baptist.

Republitroll: "No one ever called Reagan their God, Savior and Lord -- it's new territory.Ya'll can say now that you're not atheists in the religion of Obama."

Me: "You got us there, [Republitroll]. I pray in the direction of the White House at least 5 times a day, and plan to make a pilgrimage to Obama's true birth place in Kenya next year. I wish to meet him someday and kiss his feet in hopes that he will heal my legs so that I can walk again.

Unfortunately, no matter how many times I pray to him for you, he can't heal your everlasting butthurt. Some things are beyond even his power."
 
2012-11-28 09:47:50 PM

Dansker: PsiChick:
But maybe it really was different back then, in which case...well, it's still childish with that meaning, but it would depend more on the artist and his\her background.

The late '80s were kinda weird, yeah, but all I really know about the artist is that he was a photographer, so maybe he was just facinated by the effect of light through different coloured fluids.
Personally I've never been entirely convinced it was actually urine, but you have to admit that the colours are beautiful. It's a striking image even without the title.


Precisely. I happen to find it strikingly beautiful in a strange sort of way, and that despite the fact that I'm from a Christian tradition that doesn't believe in any images of Christ. I think it's powerful precisely because it's this cheap plastic crucifix in urine that at the same time produces such a hauntingly beautiful image. That juxtaposition speaks to me at a visceral level, and despite the fact that I don't particularly believe in producing images of Christ and am supposedly supposed to be offended by the idea of a crucifix in urine, I'm drawn to the work.
 
2012-11-28 11:41:56 PM

Slowdog: There was one aspect of that case from 1990 that always troubled the detectives- the victim's bladder had been emptied.


+1000000 x 10^10000000
 
2012-11-28 11:57:48 PM

cc_rider: Urine idiot, Mr. Beck.


Oh god that's perfect.
 
2012-11-29 12:02:29 AM
I could make a Glenn Beck bobble head in poo.
 
2012-11-29 12:03:53 AM

lennavan: Glenn Beck used to have various non-political radio shows where he was a shock jock who did things including mocking his co-hosts wife's miscarriage on air to get ratings.

So I for one am shocked this guy ended up dunking a bobblehead of the POTUS in pee for attention.


Not just mocking the rival host's wife's miscarriage on air, he actually called her up to mock her about her miscarriage on air.

"The animosity between Beck and Kelly continued to deepen. When Beck and Hattrick produced a local version of Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" for Halloween - a recurring motif in Beck's life and career - Kelly told a local reporter that the bit was a stupid rip-off of a syndicated gag. The slight outraged Beck, who got his revenge with what may rank as one of the cruelest bits in the history of morning radio. "A couple days after Kelly's wife, Terry, had a miscarriage, Beck called her live on the air and says, 'We hear you had a miscarriage,' " remembers Brad Miller, a former Y95 DJ and Clear Channel programmer. "When Terry said, 'Yes,' Beck proceeded to joke about how Bruce [Kelly] apparently can't do anything right - about he can't even have a baby.""

http://www.salon.com/2009/09/22/glenn_beck_two/
 
2012-11-29 12:07:18 AM

sumida sublight: lennavan: Glenn Beck used to have various non-political radio shows where he was a shock jock who did things including mocking his co-hosts wife's miscarriage on air to get ratings.

So I for one am shocked this guy ended up dunking a bobblehead of the POTUS in pee for attention.

Not just mocking the rival host's wife's miscarriage on air, he actually called her up to mock her about her miscarriage on air.

"The animosity between Beck and Kelly continued to deepen. When Beck and Hattrick produced a local version of Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" for Halloween - a recurring motif in Beck's life and career - Kelly told a local reporter that the bit was a stupid rip-off of a syndicated gag. The slight outraged Beck, who got his revenge with what may rank as one of the cruelest bits in the history of morning radio. "A couple days after Kelly's wife, Terry, had a miscarriage, Beck called her live on the air and says, 'We hear you had a miscarriage,' " remembers Brad Miller, a former Y95 DJ and Clear Channel programmer. "When Terry said, 'Yes,' Beck proceeded to joke about how Bruce [Kelly] apparently can't do anything right - about he can't even have a baby.""

http://www.salon.com/2009/09/22/glenn_beck_two/



Seriously? This trash should have lost his license long ago.
 
2012-11-29 01:22:56 AM
I'd suggest tossing Beck to the crocodiles, but that would be cruel and unusual nourishment.
 
2012-11-29 02:08:09 AM
I tried to vote but they didn't have a "Beck is inconsequential as are his followers" selection.
 
2012-11-29 06:27:41 AM

cc_rider: Gato Blanco: I think the best part about this whole fiasco is the fact that Glenn Beck put it up for auction on EBay for charity. The entire premise of the Obama in Pee Pee is, as was said, to "point out the hypocrisy" of liberals, who he assumes were going to cry like babies because "Dear Leader" was placed in a jar of piss, much like how Christians reacted to Piss Christ (and those durn durty libbies told them to get over it.)

Cue thirty minutes later-- EBay removed the object from sales because the EBay policy states body fluids cannot be sold.

Guess what? Glenn Beck and his ilk are now throwing a screaming shiatfest because they're offended that it was taken down. No, really, they are horrified that EBay wouldn't make an exception in their policy to get back at Fartbongo. Now, they're crying like babies because EBay didn't treat them like special children.

If this isn't the most deliciously ironic backfiring, I'm not sure what is.

Well, this just went from "Meh" to farking hilarious in short time. Never thought I'd see conservatives whine because they can't bid for urine on ebay. Link

Clearly, the real victims here are those who understand neither actual art nor actual outrage. Urine idiot, Mr. Beck.


Well the bidding was up to at least $7200 before ebay took it down. Too bad, I was curious to see how much conservatives would pay for a mason jar full of piss.
 
2012-11-29 07:20:51 AM
They pay money to huge bags of piss and shiat, and then go vote for them. So this is a bargain.
 
2012-11-29 07:49:39 AM

omnibus_necanda_sunt: sumida sublight: lennavan: Glenn Beck used to have various non-political radio shows where he was a shock jock who did things including mocking his co-hosts wife's miscarriage on air to get ratings.

So I for one am shocked this guy ended up dunking a bobblehead of the POTUS in pee for attention.

Not just mocking the rival host's wife's miscarriage on air, he actually called her up to mock her about her miscarriage on air.

"The animosity between Beck and Kelly continued to deepen. When Beck and Hattrick produced a local version of Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" for Halloween - a recurring motif in Beck's life and career - Kelly told a local reporter that the bit was a stupid rip-off of a syndicated gag. The slight outraged Beck, who got his revenge with what may rank as one of the cruelest bits in the history of morning radio. "A couple days after Kelly's wife, Terry, had a miscarriage, Beck called her live on the air and says, 'We hear you had a miscarriage,' " remembers Brad Miller, a former Y95 DJ and Clear Channel programmer. "When Terry said, 'Yes,' Beck proceeded to joke about how Bruce [Kelly] apparently can't do anything right - about he can't even have a baby.""

http://www.salon.com/2009/09/22/glenn_beck_two/


Seriously? This trash should have lost his license long ago.


Don't worry. Glenn's mom killed herself, one of his kids came out overcooked, and now, he's going blind.
I think the Karmic debt is now paid.
 
2012-11-29 08:51:11 AM

rynthetyn:
Precisely. I happen to find it strikingly beautiful in a strange sort of way, and that despite the fact that I'm from a Christian tradition that doesn't believe in any images of Christ.


Just out of curiosity and general interest: Which tradition is that?
 
2012-11-29 08:55:04 AM
Also, thanks, everybody, for a surprisingly pleasant, interesting and informative thread. A civilized discussion about art interpretation and bodily fluids is not what I expected to find on the Pol tab last night.
 
2012-11-29 10:17:11 AM

stoli n coke: I think the Karmic debt is now paid.


Not nearly enough. Serious.
 
2012-11-29 10:45:05 AM

stoli n coke: Don't worry. Glenn's mom killed herself, one of his kids came out overcooked, and now, he's going blind.


Wha? Overcooked as in burnt flesh? Mentally retarded? Urban? Off to Wiki that...brb.
 
2012-11-29 12:41:47 PM

TopoGigo: stoli n coke: Don't worry. Glenn's mom killed herself, one of his kids came out overcooked, and now, he's going blind.

Wha? Overcooked as in burnt flesh? Mentally retarded? Urban? Off to Wiki that...brb.


One of his daughters has cerebral palsy but she's at least 23 and grew up with her mother and not Beck.
 
2012-11-29 05:42:04 PM
Hold on guys I think I found something.....

I found a large pic of Beck's insane blackboard!!
 
2012-11-29 06:03:33 PM
I'm running a copy of that Bech chalkboard pic through a little bit of image processing here.

I'll post the thing when I get done.
 
2012-11-29 06:29:00 PM
OK, I cropped it, sharpened it a little bit, and brightened the colours.

It's still way too big to poast at about 1.5 Mb, but here is linkypie

/Linkypie tested in preview, it workys.
 
2012-11-29 08:10:25 PM

Kittypie070: OK, I cropped it, sharpened it a little bit, and brightened the colours.

It's still way too big to poast at about 1.5 Mb, but here is linkypie. 

/Linkypie tested in preview, it workys.


It's...it's full of tard.
 
2012-11-29 08:35:44 PM

Kittypie070: Hold on guys I think I found something.....

I found a large pic of Beck's insane blackboard!!


OMG I love you!
 
2012-11-29 10:23:22 PM
I wish I was moar skilled at teh technical nerdshoop.

I wanted to sharpen up that smaller white chalk script-looking writing.

Enjoy, everyone!
 
2012-11-30 12:33:40 AM

Kittypie070: OK, I cropped it, sharpened it a little bit, and brightened the colours.

It's still way too big to poast at about 1.5 Mb, but here is linkypie. 

/Linkypie tested in preview, it workys.


I can't stop staring at it. It's... mesmerizing!
You're the best kitty ever! The only thing my cat ever brought me were dead animals. Well, mostly dead...
 
2012-11-30 12:54:16 AM
*tailquiver, purr*

[happiness]
 
2012-11-30 09:53:49 AM

Kittypie070: OK, I cropped it, sharpened it a little bit, and brightened the colours.

It's still way too big to poast at about 1.5 Mb, but here is linkypie. 

/Linkypie tested in preview, it workys.


Wow, it's like looking directly at schizophrenia without the schizophrenic!
 
2012-11-30 05:10:25 PM

Roy_G_Biv: [imageshack.us image 423x375]

OR

[img43.imageshack.us image 495x497] 


Can't decide which to put on my car. (After I get video security set up. Because I know the left has no respect for private property rights or the First Amendment, no matter how much they argue for them for themselves or those who antagonize their political enemies.)


Or you could be smart and not expose yourself to such risks because of your retarded ideas of how Democrats think.
 
2012-12-01 12:31:38 AM
Ahh yes.

Roy_G_Biv. Dear old Roy.

Look how unfailing his obedience is to his master, Glenn Beck.
 
2012-12-01 09:48:07 AM

Kittypie070: Ahh yes.

Roy_G_Biv. Dear old Roy.

Look how unfailing his obedience is to his master, Glenn Beck.


What? Where'd I say anything about Beck?

Oh, I see. I could only disrespect the Prophet Obama (PBUH) if I am a slave of Beck. I couldn't simply decide to do that on my own, based on my own opinion and/or from seeing how (much worse) folks like you behaved here during the Bush years.

imageshack.us
 
2012-12-01 10:07:38 AM

Keizer_Ghidorah:

Or you could be smart and not expose yourself to such risks because of your retarded ideas of how Democrats think.


Not sure what you were intending to say with that word salad. And I said "the left", not democrats.

It kind of sounds like the leftist equivalent of this:

imageshack.us
 
2012-12-01 01:03:58 PM
Roy_G_Biv 2012-11-30 09:20:47 AM
(deleted: Image swapped out for another)


imageshack.us


OR

imageshack.us


Can't decide which to put on my car. (After I get video security set up. Because I know the left has no respect for private property rights or the First Amendment, no matter how much they argue for them for themselves or those who antagonize their political enemies.)
 
2012-12-01 06:26:50 PM

Roy_G_Biv: Kittypie070: Ahh yes.

Roy_G_Biv. Dear old Roy.

Look how unfailing his obedience is to his master, Glenn Beck.

What? Where'd I say anything about Beck?

Oh, I see. I could only disrespect the Prophet Obama (PBUH) if I am a slave of Beck. I couldn't simply decide to do that on my own, based on my own opinion and/or from seeing how (much worse) folks like you behaved here during the Bush years.

[imageshack.us image 750x600]


Funny how only Republicans call Obama Prophet, Messiah, Anointed One, etc., and then project that onto Democrats. Didn't your God tell you not to worship anyone but him?

Roy_G_Biv: Keizer_Ghidorah:

Or you could be smart and not expose yourself to such risks because of your retarded ideas of how Democrats think.

Not sure what you were intending to say with that word salad. And I said "the left", not democrats.

It kind of sounds like the leftist equivalent of this:

[imageshack.us image 255x345]


Sorry you weren't intelligent enough to understand it, troll. If you need it condensed into a 4th-grade format, I feel pity for you.
 
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