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(Yahoo)   Contrasting the GOP with the democrats, who, he says "haven't had a new idea since the Studebaker" Sen McConnell lays out the visionary Republican agenda for this Congress, which is to try to repeal Obamacare..for the 72nd time   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 83
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2013-03-15 02:11:16 PM
"In order to demonstrate how hip and with it the modern Republican Party's ideas are, I'm going to make what I assume is a topical joke about a company that hasn't existed in 57 years."
 
2013-03-15 02:14:58 PM
"In order to show how tough our party is, I'm gonna make our Speaker cry like the biatch he is"

/no one puts Boehner in the corner
 
2013-03-15 02:21:32 PM
We'll post that right next to your vow to make Obama a one term president, you turle-faced coprophage
 
2013-03-15 02:25:33 PM
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is vowing to repeal President Barack Obama's sweeping health care law.

just make sure that you call voters stupid first. oh, sorry - 'low information' I believe is the currently accepted terminology.  Don't forget 'lazy' either.  voters LOVE it when you call them lazy!

that's a sure fire WIN for the GOP next election cycle.
 
2013-03-15 02:26:13 PM
"rerun of 'The Golden Girls.'"


  encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com

Starring (from left to right): Lindsay Graham as Blanche Devereaux , John McCain as Dorothy Zbornak, Lamar Alexander as Rose Nylund, and Jeff Flake as Sophia Petrillo.
 
2013-03-15 02:28:44 PM
Subby, here's a bit of trivia for you:  Chicken Soup for the Soul was rejected 140 times before it was published. Then it went on to become a great literary collection that has inspired hundreds of millions of people around the world. Sometimes, failing and trying again is simply part of a long, difficult road to success. If you want to know more about long, difficult roads, read some Robert Frost. Robert Frost was obsessed with roads. I mean, he wrote about roads all the time. He wrote this one poem, I think it was called Road in the Woods or something, and it was about this guy in the woods on a road and there was a fork. Not the kind you eat with, but like an intersection. And what he did was take the road that nobody else was taking. The back road, you know? Because the back road might be longer and not as well paved, but it gives you a better understanding of the countryside and so builds character. Also, you're more likely to get into an accident on the main road, because there's more people there to run into. Robert Frost knew this, and I think it's clear that Senator McConnell knows this, too. And we should respect him for it, just like we respect Robert Frost.
 
2013-03-15 02:30:40 PM
Turtle and Boner should arm wrassle over Fartbamacare.
 
2013-03-15 02:31:14 PM
He's right -- the Republican Party has a lot of ideas.  Like Obamacare.
 
2013-03-15 02:31:22 PM
What's a Studebaker?

Sounds kinda gay.

//NTTAWWT
 
2013-03-15 02:32:18 PM
LESS REGULATION! LOWER TAXES!
 
2013-03-15 02:33:00 PM
The cognitive dissonance is staggering.
 
2013-03-15 02:34:25 PM
"Again?"

"Nothin' up my sleeve... PRESTO!"
 
2013-03-15 02:36:12 PM
I'm surprised he didn't reference "dancing the jitterbug" while he was at it.
 
2013-03-15 02:36:21 PM
These Democrat rubes haven't had a new idea since Gina Lollobrigida lost her gorgeous gams!  Get on the trolley, Dems!
 
2013-03-15 02:37:47 PM
Oh, look, more projection. The Republicans don't know how to do anything but project.
 
2013-03-15 02:37:47 PM

Pocket Ninja: Subby, here's a bit of trivia for you:  Chicken Soup for the Soul was rejected 140 times before it was published. Then it went on to become a great literary collection that has inspired hundreds of millions of people around the world. Sometimes, failing and trying again is simply part of a long, difficult road to success. If you want to know more about long, difficult roads, read some Robert Frost. Robert Frost was obsessed with roads. I mean, he wrote about roads all the time. He wrote this one poem, I think it was called Road in the Woods or something, and it was about this guy in the woods on a road and there was a fork. Not the kind you eat with, but like an intersection. And what he did was take the road that nobody else was taking. The back road, you know? Because the back road might be longer and not as well paved, but it gives you a better understanding of the countryside and so builds character. Also, you're more likely to get into an accident on the main road, because there's more people there to run into. Robert Frost knew this, and I think it's clear that Senator McConnell knows this, too. And we should respect him for it, just like we respect Robert Frost.


even for you, that was a masterpiece
 
2013-03-15 02:40:23 PM

Pocket Ninja: Subby, here's a bit of trivia for you:  Chicken Soup for the Soul was rejected 140 times before it was published. Then it went on to become a great literary collection that has inspired hundreds of millions of people around the world. Sometimes, failing and trying again is simply part of a long, difficult road to success. If you want to know more about long, difficult roads, read some Robert Frost. Robert Frost was obsessed with roads. I mean, he wrote about roads all the time. He wrote this one poem, I think it was called Road in the Woods or something, and it was about this guy in the woods on a road and there was a fork. Not the kind you eat with, but like an intersection. And what he did was take the road that nobody else was taking. The back road, you know? Because the back road might be longer and not as well paved, but it gives you a better understanding of the countryside and so builds character. Also, you're more likely to get into an accident on the main road, because there's more people there to run into. Robert Frost knew this, and I think it's clear that Senator McConnell knows this, too. And we should respect him for it, just like we respect Robert Frost.


I hope your writing for the new star wars movie.
 
2013-03-15 02:41:06 PM
I guess he didn't get the memo from Boehner.
 
2013-03-15 02:41:06 PM
Mitch McConnell - His #1 Priority is Now Making You Believe He's Not Projecting.
 
2013-03-15 02:41:20 PM

Kittypie070: Turtle and Boner should arm wrassle over Fartbamacare.


they should mash the tips of their dicks together until they both simultaneously orgasm and whoever has the weaker "stream" is man pregnant
 
2013-03-15 02:41:28 PM

Rapmaster2000: These Democrat rubes haven't had a new idea since Gina Lollobrigida lost her gorgeous gams!  Get on the trolley, Dems!


Hokey smokes! Voters are gonna give those mugwump Democrats the ol' 23 skiddo after they see the the Republican's are real corkers and their ideas are the cat's pajamas
 
2013-03-15 02:42:13 PM
o.onionstatic.com
 
2013-03-15 02:44:19 PM
They're trying to repeal a new idea they democrats passed. So...
 
2013-03-15 02:44:34 PM

Pocket Ninja: Subby, here's a bit of trivia for you:  Chicken Soup for the Soul was rejected 140 times before it was published. Then it went on to become a great literary collection that has inspired hundreds of millions of people around the world. Sometimes, failing and trying again is simply part of a long, difficult road to success. If you want to know more about long, difficult roads, read some Robert Frost. Robert Frost was obsessed with roads. I mean, he wrote about roads all the time. He wrote this one poem, I think it was called Road in the Woods or something, and it was about this guy in the woods on a road and there was a fork. Not the kind you eat with, but like an intersection. And what he did was take the road that nobody else was taking. The back road, you know? Because the back road might be longer and not as well paved, but it gives you a better understanding of the countryside and so builds character. Also, you're more likely to get into an accident on the main road, because there's more people there to run into. Robert Frost knew this, and I think it's clear that Senator McConnell knows this, too. And we should respect him for it, just like we respect Robert Frost.


We, who are about to laugh, salute you.
 
2013-03-15 02:44:58 PM

Jackson Herring: Kittypie070: Turtle and Boner should arm wrassle over Fartbamacare.

they should mash the tips of their dicks together until they both simultaneously orgasm and whoever has the weaker "stream" is man pregnant


[runs out of thread screaming]
 
2013-03-15 02:45:24 PM
"Don't tell me Democrats are the party of the future," he said, "when their presidential ticket looks like a rerun of the Golden Girls."

People effin loved the Golden Girls.

So when are you going to prevent yourself, and McCain, and all those other old bastards from representing the GOP?

"Every single Republican voted to defund Obamacare." The crowd loudly applauded. "Anybody who thinks we have moved beyond it is dead wrong."

Yea, why move on to things like job creation, when we still haven't taken health care away from poor people without jobs?
 
2013-03-15 02:46:16 PM

Car_Ramrod: People effin loved the Golden Girls.


glden girls are actually still awesome, hth
 
2013-03-15 02:47:34 PM
Weaver95:

just make sure that you call voters stupid first. oh, sorry - 'low information' I believe is the currently accepted terminology.  Don't forget 'lazy' either.  voters LOVE it when you call them lazy!

that's a sure fire WIN for the GOP next election cycle.


The GOP ran on a platform of:

"Hey asshole! Yeah, I'm talking to you Mr so-called Hard Working American. You're lazy and dumb and deserve to be poor because you're a good for nothing waste of space. Now get of your fat and ugly ass and vote for the guy with (R) next to his ne so we can go about stripping of whatever you have left to give it to your betters. Oh, and by the way, your mom's a whore"

And they still got a little under half the vote...
 
2013-03-15 02:47:46 PM

Pocket Ninja: Subby, here's a bit of trivia for you:  Chicken Soup for the Soul was rejected 140 times before it was published. Then it went on to become a great literary collection that has inspired hundreds of millions of people around the world. Sometimes, failing and trying again is simply part of a long, difficult road to success. If you want to know more about long, difficult roads, read some Robert Frost. Robert Frost was obsessed with roads. I mean, he wrote about roads all the time. He wrote this one poem, I think it was called Road in the Woods or something, and it was about this guy in the woods on a road and there was a fork. Not the kind you eat with, but like an intersection. And what he did was take the road that nobody else was taking. The back road, you know? Because the back road might be longer and not as well paved, but it gives you a better understanding of the countryside and so builds character. Also, you're more likely to get into an accident on the main road, because there's more people there to run into. Robert Frost knew this, and I think it's clear that Senator McConnell knows this, too. And we should respect him for it, just like we respect Robert Frost.


PN strikes again!
 
2013-03-15 02:48:09 PM

Pocket Ninja: Subby, here's a bit of trivia for you:  Chicken Soup for the Soul was rejected 140 times before it was published. Then it went on to become a great literary collection that has inspired hundreds of millions of people around the world. Sometimes, failing and trying again is simply part of a long, difficult road to success. If you want to know more about long, difficult roads, read some Robert Frost. Robert Frost was obsessed with roads. I mean, he wrote about roads all the time. He wrote this one poem, I think it was called Road in the Woods or something, and it was about this guy in the woods on a road and there was a fork. Not the kind you eat with, but like an intersection. And what he did was take the road that nobody else was taking. The back road, you know? Because the back road might be longer and not as well paved, but it gives you a better understanding of the countryside and so builds character. Also, you're more likely to get into an accident on the main road, because there's more people there to run into. Robert Frost knew this, and I think it's clear that Senator McConnell knows this, too. And we should respect him for it, just like we respect Robert Frost.


I think my brain just flipped over.
 
2013-03-15 02:48:12 PM

Pocket Ninja: Subby, here's a bit of trivia for you:  Chicken Soup for the Soul was rejected 140 times before it was published. Then it went on to become a great literary collection that has inspired hundreds of millions of people around the world. Sometimes, failing and trying again is simply part of a long, difficult road to success. If you want to know more about long, difficult roads, read some Robert Frost. Robert Frost was obsessed with roads. I mean, he wrote about roads all the time. He wrote this one poem, I think it was called Road in the Woods or something, and it was about this guy in the woods on a road and there was a fork. Not the kind you eat with, but like an intersection. And what he did was take the road that nobody else was taking. The back road, you know? Because the back road might be longer and not as well paved, but it gives you a better understanding of the countryside and so builds character. Also, you're more likely to get into an accident on the main road, because there's more people there to run into. Robert Frost knew this, and I think it's clear that Senator McConnell knows this, too. And we should respect him for it, just like we respect Robert Frost.


Sometimes I read something by someone I've favorited and I wonder why I favorited them in the first place.  Not you.  You re-earn your favorite status every time you post.
 
2013-03-15 02:48:27 PM

Kittypie070: Turtle and Boner should arm wrassle over Fartbamacare.


Look, It's Come Down To This: Either I Have To Murder John Boehner Or He Has To Murder Me
By Barack Obama
 
2013-03-15 02:49:11 PM

Jackson Herring: Car_Ramrod: People effin loved the Golden Girls.

glden girls are actually still awesome, hth


Yea, I meant to change that to loved/love, but I clicked "add comment" too quickly. Bah.
 
2013-03-15 02:50:26 PM
They... They just don't get it, do they?
 
2013-03-15 02:52:03 PM

keylock71: They... They just don't get it, do they?


What, you don't think saying "Democrats don't have any new ideas; my new idea is to try to undo a new Democratic idea for the 137th time" makes sense?
 
2013-03-15 02:52:40 PM
i.chzbgr.com
 
2013-03-15 02:52:59 PM

Jackson Herring: Kittypie070: Turtle and Boner should arm wrassle over Fartbamacare.

they should mash the tips of their dicks together until they both simultaneously orgasm and whoever has the weaker "stream" is man pregnant


Oh my god, I'm dying here...
 
2013-03-15 02:55:02 PM
Those are the most sane comments I've ever seen on a yahoo article.

Also, FTFC:
Zaphod: McConnell looks like he was weened on a dill pickle

I have no idea what that means, but I'm in love with it.
 
2013-03-15 02:59:21 PM

Rapmaster2000: [o.onionstatic.com image 850x595]


Is...  Is that photoshopped?  WTF is that even supposed to be about?
 
2013-03-15 03:00:24 PM

un4gvn666: Jackson Herring: Kittypie070: Turtle and Boner should arm wrassle over Fartbamacare.

they should mash the tips of their dicks together until they both simultaneously orgasm and whoever has the weaker "stream" is man pregnant

Oh my god, I'm dying here...


today you learned how conservative congressmen are conceived

tmyk
===*
 
2013-03-15 03:02:09 PM

Car_Ramrod: "Don't tell me Democrats are the party of the future," he said, "when their presidential ticket looks like a rerun of the Golden Girls."

People effin loved the Golden Girls.

So when are you going to prevent yourself, and McCain, and all those other old bastards from representing the GOP?

"Every single Republican voted to defund Obamacare." The crowd loudly applauded. "Anybody who thinks we have moved beyond it is dead wrong."

Yea, why move on to things like job creation, when we still haven't taken health care away from poor people without jobs?


I guess he didn't get Boehner's memo.
 
2013-03-15 03:02:57 PM
Do the Democrats have something like CPAC?

It just seems odd they need this yearly pep rally.
 
2013-03-15 03:03:29 PM

The RIchest Man in Babylon: Those are the most sane comments I've ever seen on a yahoo article.

Also, FTFC:
Zaphod: McConnell looks like he was weened on a dill pickle

I have no idea what that means, but I'm in love with it.


Me either and me too
 
2013-03-15 03:04:41 PM
Now let me be perfectly clear:
When you are in front of your peers
you should be able
to bring to the table
more than "We don't need new ideas."

Clicky
 
2013-03-15 03:12:38 PM

Satanic_Hamster: Rapmaster2000: [o.onionstatic.com image 850x595]

Is...  Is that photoshopped?  WTF is that even supposed to be about?


I took it to mean that even "sophisticated adults", who expect be taken seriously by others, will sometimes do things that are not serious and, in fact, downright farking stupid (like printing out e-mails), and that young people, who have ever-changing habits towards technology, will still be criticized by those "sophisticated adults" as not serious, or "following a fad" that those adults don't even understand.

But I don't know what I'm talking about half the time anyways.
 
2013-03-15 03:15:17 PM

meat0918: Do the Democrats have something like CPAC?

It just seems odd they need this yearly pep rally.


The Gathering of the Juggalos, maybe?

Nothing could possibly top the stupid of CPAC.encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
 
2013-03-15 03:16:09 PM

vernonFL: meat0918: Do the Democrats have something like CPAC?

It just seems odd they need this yearly pep rally.

The Gathering of the Juggalos, maybe?

Nothing could possibly top the stupid of CPAC.[encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com image 275x183]


bronycon
 
2013-03-15 03:18:48 PM

Jackson Herring: today you learned how conservative congressmen are conceived


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH
 
2013-03-15 03:22:31 PM
He finished by saying "23 Skiddoo, Obama", and did a mic drop before leaving the stage to the sounds of 2 Live Crew's "Banned in the USA".
 
2013-03-15 03:24:18 PM
Mustard Gas! Zeppelins!
 
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