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(NBC News)   More Republicans criticizing Boehner for daring to consider closing tax loopholes   (nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com) divider line 157
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2012-12-05 10:47:37 AM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: CygnusDarius: YodaBlues: CygnusDarius: YodaBlues: Wow, not only has the list grown but we've added citation's too. Handy.

Can we weaponize it against trolls and Fark IndependentsTM?.

Maybe, their shields can't repel firepower of the Derpitude.

Well, the Fark Independents doesn't consider a small one-man fact to be any threat, or they'd have a tighter defense. An analysis of the plans provided by mrshowrules has demonstrated a weakness in their arguments. But the approach will not be easy. You are required to maneuver straight down their derp and skim the herp to this point. The target area is only eight years wide. It's the George W. Bush term, right below Obama's first term. The term leads directly to the Reagan Cult. A precise hit will start a chain reaction which should destroy their talking points. Only a precise hit will set off a chain reaction. The Cult is fact-shielded, so you'll have to use proton torpedoes.

That's impossible, even with a computer.

(seriously, we've all got computers and we've been trying like hell but we haven't made a dent)


It's not impossible. Nate Silver used to bullseye polls in his T-16 back home, they're not much bigger than two terms.
 
2012-12-05 11:27:53 AM  
Went to bed right after posting last night. Did not know I would have so may replies.

For the record most links were from Brittany Spear's Speculum, Coeyagi and others. I will scan this thread for additional links and I will maintain a copy in my Fark profile.
 
2012-12-05 11:48:04 AM  

Supes: Britney Spear's Speculum: how the LOPCATGOPATA got linkified

The question is, how can we help finish off links in the list? mrshowrules doesn't have an e-mail address in his profile, and I don't want to research too many of the missing items unless I know it won't be lost in the Fark abyss.

Here's a start though:
Fox Polling - http://www.fark.com/comments/7351773
The Associated Press - http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/11/17/ap-turns-heads-devoting-rep orters-palin-book-fact-check/
Astrophysicists - http://www.fark.com/comments/7361454/

I'll do some more once we confirm mrshowrules is watching...


Entered. Thanks. I will submit a new list shortly.
 
2012-12-05 12:07:14 PM  
List of People Conspiring Against the GOP, and therefore, America (LOPCATGOPATA for short):

Liberals Link
Democrats Link
Socialists Link
Community Organizers Link
Geologists Link
Biologists Link
Meteorologists Link
Climatologists Link
Atheists Link
Muslims Link
Jews Link
Satan Link
ABC Link
NBC Link
CNN Link
CBS Link
PBS Link
All of cable news except FNC
The New York Times
The LA Times
The Washington Post
The Associated Press Link
Reuters
BBC
The Guardian
Black People
Mexicans
Human Rights Activists
SCOTUS
Europe
Movie Industry
Television Industry
Environmentalists
ACLU
The United Nations
Labor Unions Link
Colleges
Teachers (including kindergarten teachers) Link
Professors
ACORN Link
Planned Parenthood Link
National Endowment for the Arts Link
Fashion Industry Link
Gays
Judges Link
NPR Link
Paleontologists
Astrophysicists Link
Museums (*except Creationism Museum)
WHO
WTO
Inflated tires Link
The Honolulu Advertiser Link
The Star Bulletin Link
Teletubbies Link
Sponge Bob and Patrick Link
Nobel Prize Committee Link
US Census Bureau Link
NOAA Link
Sesame Street Link
Comic Books Link
Little Green Footballs Link
Video Games Link
The Bible Link
CBO Link
Bruce Springsteen Link
Pennies Link
The Theory of Relativity Link
Comedy Central Link
Young People
whatever the hell a Justin Beiber is Link
Small Business Owners Link
Math Link
CPAC Link
Navy SEALs Link
The Economist
The Muppets Link
Iowa Republicans
Low-Flow Toilets Link
Breast Cancer Screenings Link
Chrysler Link
Clint Eastwood. Link
Robert Deniro Link
Tom Hanks Link
Glenn Frey Link
Norman Rockwell Link
James Cameron Link
Dr. Seus
Nuns Link
Supreme Court Justice John Roberts Link
Jonathan Krohn at age 17 Link
Fact Checkers Link
Australia Link
Mitt Romney
Rasmussen
Fox News
Lockheed Martin Link
Bureau of Labor Statistics Link
Paul Ryan Link
Debate moderators Link
Ben Stein Link
Soup kitchens Link
Chris Christie Link
Nate Silver (FiveThirtyEight.com) Link
Fox Polling Link
US Postal Service
Associated Press
Hurricanes Link
Susan Collins Link
Lisa Murkowski Link
Dean Heller Link
Mark Kirk Link
Lindsey Graham Link
Governor Bobby Jindal Link
General Petreaus Link
Saxby Chambliss Link
God Link
Girl Scouts Link
Boston Tea Party Link
Vegetables Link
American Indians Link
John Boehner Link
Rainbows Link
SimCity Link
Bono Link
Bono Impersonators Link
Brookings Institution Link
Tax Policy Centre Link
Dogs Link
Pollsters Link

Fark Link Contributors: Britney Spears, Coeyagi, Bobette, Jaytkay, Guidette Frankentits and Supes
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2012-12-05 12:10:12 PM  

Silverstaff: The modern GOP was a hideous chimera, a coalition forged 30 years ago as an unholy alliance between three separate factions:

1. The Religious Right. Those Christian fundamentalists who want an Evangelical Christian theocracy in the USA. They want Islam banned, and Christianity as the state religion of the USA. Banning abortion is priority #1 for these people as an ideological litmus test and a first step in their plan. Remember the book the Handmaid's Tale? Yeah, that's what these folks really want.

2. The Pseudo-Libertarians/Pseudo-Objectivists: Two somewhat overlapping factions I'm listing as one because they're so similar. They want the Federal government virtually dismantled. They want everything privatized, and Federal taxes virtually eliminated. Some do it out of pure ideological worship of Ayn Rand, others do it out of this idea that "Big Government" is somehow inherently evil. They want lower taxes, fewer/no regulations, and much smaller government, either so their own companies can make big profits or so they can live their lives without having anybody tell them what to do.

3. Warhawks. More like chickenhawks. They are built on the idea that aggressive foreign policy, zealous patriotism and blind loyalty to the stars and stripes is the way to go. Wave the flag and play some Lee Greenwood music and they'll do whatever you say as long as it involves blowing up brown people. Most of them have never served, even if many of them had the chance. They'll go along with anything if they think it involves blowing up Muslims, distrusting Mexicans and talking about how great America is. They are deathly afraid of "communism" and "socialism" since they grew up in the Cold War and were indoctrinated to think ...


+1.

/and farkied. Good on ya.
 
2012-12-05 01:56:23 PM  

Minarets: mrshowrules: List of People Conspiring Against the GOP, and therefore, America (LOPCATGOPATA for short):


Oh joy it has links now!


So....force them to not take their tax breaks to full term?
 
2012-12-05 08:26:17 PM  

mrshowrules: List of People Conspiring Against the GOP, and therefore, America (LOPCATGOPATA for short):

Liberals Link
Democrats Link
Socialists Link
Community Organizers Link
Geologists Link
Biologists Link
Meteorologists Link
Climatologists Link
Atheists Link
Muslims Link
Jews Link
Satan Link
ABC Link
NBC Link
CNN Link
CBS Link
PBS Link
All of cable news except FNC
The New York Times
The LA Times
The Washington Post
The Associated Press Link
Reuters
BBC
The Guardian
Black People
Mexicans
Human Rights Activists
SCOTUS
Europe
Movie Industry
Television Industry
Environmentalists
ACLU
The United Nations
Labor Unions Link
Colleges
Teachers (including kindergarten teachers) Link
Professors
ACORN Link
Planned Parenthood Link
National Endowment for the Arts Link
Fashion Industry Link
Gays
Judges Link
NPR Link
Paleontologists
Astrophysicists Link
Museums (*except Creationism Museum)
WHO
WTO
Inflated tires Link
The Honolulu Advertiser Link
The Star Bulletin Link
Teletubbies Link
Sponge Bob and Patrick Link
Nobel Prize Committee Link
US Census Bureau Link
NOAA Link
Sesame Street Link
Comic Books Link
Little Green Footballs Link
Video Games Link
The Bible Link
CBO Link
Bruce Springsteen Link
Pennies Link
The Theory of Relativity Link
Comedy Central Link
Young People
whatever the hell a Justin Beiber is Link
Small Business Owners Link
Math Link
CPAC Link
Navy SEALs Link
The Economist
The Muppets Link
Iowa Republicans
Low-Flow Toilets Link
Breast Cancer Screenings Link
Chrysler Link
Clint Eastwood. Link
Robert Deniro Link
Tom Hanks Link
Glenn Frey Link
Norman Rockwell Link
James Cameron Link
Dr. Seus
Nuns Link
Supreme Court Justice John Roberts Link
Jonathan Krohn at age 17 Link
Fact Checkers Link
Australia Link
Mitt Romney
Rasmussen
Fox News
Lockheed Martin Link
Bureau of Labor Statistics Link
Paul Ryan Link
Debate moderators Link
Ben Stein Link
Soup kitchens Link
Chris Christie Link
Nate Silver (FiveThirtyEight.com) Link
Fox Polling Link
US Postal Service
Associated Press
Hurricanes Link ...


I didn't know this was still kicking around I created it during the 2008 election and have some of the entries cited. I'll add more from here to keep it maintained.
 
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