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(Salon)   Sen. Jim Inhofe: "The tornado aid which my state desperately needs is completely different than the hurricane aid in NJ and NY I voted against, because greedy Northeasterners and pork and futhermore comma"   (salon.com) divider line 299
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2013-05-21 06:08:03 PM

theorellior: Called on your bullshiat, and you try to put it on me? I don't think so. In every post you've been smugly patting yourself and your locale on the back with being so much better than those East Coast liberals living in filth until the feds came to bail them out. FOAD, and EABOD while you're at it.


What you read into it is on you. Not me.

theorellior: Look, pardner, local efforts are fine and dandy, but the whole point of a disaster is that it's bigger than one community can deal with. That's what government is for--to concentrate capital and funds to a level unavailable by any individual entity. And, like it or not, United Equipment isn't gonna run their earth movers for long without some kind of help, either in money, fuel or relief. I'll gladly help them out with my tax dollars. Just make sure you're well out of the way so you don't accidentally receive any help from a liberal.


You better believe that people arn't going to do things for free for long. Never ask them to. What they did in those first few hours was the very definition of generosity! However there comes a point when the helpers go home and the generosity gives way to fatigue. That's when the professionals take over and the mass of the work gets done. But you don't need federal government for that. You have insurance and other what-nots to cover that cost.

And I was in a college town, I promise you liberals and conservatives were there in the mud together and we didn't give a flying fark about who voted for who and who liked donkeys more than elephants on that night.
 
2013-05-21 06:19:38 PM

JesusJuice: Republicans need to experience negative consequences to their douchebaggery.  I fully approve of Oklahoma tornado relief being blocked as punishment for Sandy.  If Republicans want politics to be a zero-sum game, that's how we have to play it.  To hell with all of them.


No. I will not let them drag me to their level. My dignity and self-respect are too precious to throw away to save a few dollars or make a point that will be lost on them anyway.
 
2013-05-21 06:21:35 PM

maxheck: JesusJuice:

The Why Not Guy: Muta: I sooooo hope someone puts does one of those anonymous filibusters on the bill just for the lolz.

No. People need that help right now. We're better than Republicans. Let's stay that way.

Republicans need to experience negative consequences to their douchebaggery. I fully approve of Oklahoma tornado relief being blocked as punishment for Sandy. If Republicans want politics to be a zero-sum game, that's how we have to play it. To hell with all of them.

I wouldn't go that far, but if it were entered into the congressional record ever after as the "Jim Inhoef is a hypocritcal slut Act" I wouldn't complain.


The people of Oklahoma elected the pols that blocked Sandy relief.  They deserve to suffer for it.

Again, to hell with all of them.
 
2013-05-21 06:23:37 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: You better believe that people arn't going to do things for free for long. Never ask them to.

You have insurance and other what-nots to cover that cost.


Have you ever waited for an insurance check in a disaster situation? People aren't going to do things for free for long (even if they have the ability or resources to do so), and that time will come to an end long before the insurance check arrives.
 
2013-05-21 06:25:41 PM

JesusJuice: The people of Oklahoma elected the pols that blocked Sandy relief. They deserve to suffer for it.


Maybe they do, but I don't care. I'm going to do the right thing anyway.
 
2013-05-21 06:31:31 PM

The Why Not Guy: JesusJuice: The people of Oklahoma elected the pols that blocked Sandy relief. They deserve to suffer for it.

Maybe they do, but I don't care. I'm going to do the right thing anyway.


You have a very narrow view of the "right thing."  I believe the right thing is to force them to empathize with the people they wronged by making them experience firsthand the pain they caused.  There need to be consequences for bad behavior to discourage that behavior in the future.  In the end, I believe this approach will produce more net good than disaster relief will.

The schadenfreude is just a side-benefit.
 
2013-05-21 06:31:35 PM
Looks like it's up to the blue states to step up and be better people than the Congresscritters from Oklahoma.

/not to mention being much better at basic Christianity.  You know: Charity, Compassion, Peace, etc.
//Also, you guys need to stop responding to Skullkrusher.  I know he's a troll, but seriously, I think he is becoming dangerously disconnected from reality.  Like Ted Nugent level of dangerously disconnected from reality.
 
2013-05-21 06:36:32 PM

skullkrusher: neversubmit: skullkrusher: neversubmit: skullkrusher: neversubmit: skullkrusher: Granny_Panties: Liberals: The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one.

Republicans: Me. It's all about me.

I'll go ahead and post this twice in one day...

first of all, that's vulcans. Second of all, strict utilitarianism is an abomination.

You are the one that brought strict utilitarianism in to it. Are you having an argument with yourself?

"The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or that one" is a absolutist statement. If you subscribe to that, I encourage you to donate both lungs, heart, kidneys, liver, eyes and skin post haste so that no time would be wasted in serving the needs of the many.

You point being that you don't know the meaning of an absolutist statement. I encourage you to look it up.

ab·so·lut·ism
n.1. a. A political theory holding that all power should be vested in one ruler or other authority.b. A form of government in which all power is vested in a single ruler or other authority.2. An absolute doctrine, principle, or standard.ab·so·luteadjective \ˈab-sə-ˌlüt, ˌab-sə-ˈ\Definition of ABSOLUTE1a : free from imperfection
...4: having no restriction, exception, or qualification no charge.

Yes I know you don't know what an absolutist statement is and now I know you don't know look stuff up. Were you trying to make some other point?

Absolutist statement. A statement without qualification. Why are you insisting on kicking your own ass here man?
Again:

ab·so·lut·ism  (
n.1. a. A political theory holding that all power should be vested in one ruler or other authority.b. A form of government in which all power is vested in a single ruler or other authority.2. An absolute doctrine, principle, or standard.Would you have preferred I'd said "absolutistic"? Is that the great internet victory you're going for?


Absolutism does not equal absolutist statement it's sad you can't tell thedifference. As for what I'm going for well that would entertainment which I got thanks to you. So, thank you!
 
2013-05-21 06:40:48 PM
I heard on Alex Jones that the tornado was a false flag operation.  Damn you Obama!
 
2013-05-21 06:40:58 PM
Well, apparently, commenting on the speed with which the GOP will come asking for aid from the Evil Federal Government is a delicate thing.  One should always be careful not to ask 'too soon'.
 
2013-05-21 06:44:54 PM

MisterRonbo: I heard on Alex Jones that the tornado was a false flag operation.  Damn you Obama!


Alex Jones is actually blaming it on a "weather machine".

Really:  http://www.salon.com/2013/05/21/alex_jones_admits_government_may_not_ h ave_caused_tornadoes/
 
2013-05-21 06:45:44 PM

MisterRonbo: I heard on Alex Jones that the tornado was a false flag operation.  Damn you Obama!


No, it was a real tornado alright. Just one that was directed to OK by Obama's weather control machines.
 
2013-05-21 06:47:16 PM

Zeppelininthesky: MisterRonbo: I heard on Alex Jones that the tornado was a false flag operation.  Damn you Obama!

Alex Jones is actually blaming it on a "weather machine".

Really:  http://www.salon.com/2013/05/21/alex_jones_admits_government_may_not_ h ave_caused_tornadoes/


Wrong article...

http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/05/21/alex-jones-explains-how-gover n ment-weather-weap/194167
 
2013-05-21 06:54:44 PM

SunsetLament: QUESTION: Are the Republicans packing the Oklahoma aid bill (that doesn't exist yet) with $60 billion of pork that has nothing to do with emergency disaster relief?


How about "how much are oil companies who lost nothing are going to get new drilling equipment and other kickbacks?" Look at this guy's record. He will try to shove as much as he can for oil companies, and very little for schools. He may even try to leave out the schools altogether. He's famous for trying to prevent testing for lead paint in schools and public housing.
 
2013-05-21 07:16:01 PM
Let them suffer.
 
2013-05-21 07:30:07 PM
I'm finally fully back on line.  Both of my Senators are rancid piss golems.  While they dick around in Washington, the people of Oklahoma are stepping up and taking care of business.  Fark both of assholes.
 
2013-05-21 07:39:24 PM
I'd be mad, but they need the money. Lets not punish the people who were effected.

/home flooded by hurricane sandy
//going to go through the house tomorrow to see what we can send out to help
///definitely toothbrushes. We received so many toothbrushes.
 
2013-05-21 07:46:40 PM

theorellior: The Stealth Hippopotamus: I'm not calling the people who need help moochers, that's you, I'm saying that local government in connection with average citizens are the primary and best way to handle these things.

Called on your bullshiat, and you try to put it on me? I don't think so. In every post you've been smugly patting yourself and your locale on the back with being so much better than those East Coast liberals living in filth until the feds came to bail them out. FOAD, and EABOD while you're at it.

Look, pardner, local efforts are fine and dandy, but the whole point of a disaster is that it's bigger than one community can deal with. That's what government is for--to concentrate capital and funds to a level unavailable by any individual entity. And, like it or not, United Equipment isn't gonna run their earth movers for long without some kind of help, either in money, fuel or relief. I'll gladly help them out with my tax dollars. Just make sure you're well out of the way so you don't accidentally receive any help from a liberal.


Don't forget that he also said that the responses to Katrina and Sandy were exactly the same.
 
2013-05-21 07:50:34 PM

5monkeys: I'd be mad, but they need the money. Lets not punish the people who were effected.

/home flooded by hurricane sandy
//going to go through the house tomorrow to see what we can send out to help
///definitely toothbrushes. We received so many toothbrushes.


Ok. But they should sign a pledge to stop voting for assholes who are against disaster relief. The hypocrisy is just mind boggling.
 
2013-05-21 08:07:18 PM

coeyagi: [pagead2.googlesyndication.com image 300x250]

The ad sense on this page is trolling us.  It's BIG GOVERNMENT AND BIG CAPITALISM!


I don't think adsense is a computer program. I've become convinced there's a live person with a really sick sense of humor posting each and every ad for these things. Cackling madly the while.
 
2013-05-21 08:07:57 PM

MrSteve007: One would think that in an area of the country dubbed "Tornado Alley" - that you guys would at least build elementary schools with basements or some form of a shelter, other than an interior hallway.

While folks lobby for gun legislation in this country in an attempt to prevent another Sandyhook - why aren't folks demanding a basic change to the way we design and build public schools - to prevent another Plaza Towers?

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/oh, that's right - demanding better building codes for public structures isn't nearly as sexy as "assault" weapons.


This may have been addressed, but I have to.

Did you miss Obama's entire campaign on building from the ground up, starting with infrastructure such as schools, roads and bridges?

I'm going to go ahead and assume you missed that and the part where the GOP countered that's all pork and wasteful, big government spending.
 
2013-05-21 08:13:33 PM
How dare he point out blindly allocating funds without a real measure of true costs is a stupid way to fund emergency management.  How dare he point out that the 99 tornado recovery was paid for in 4 different appropriation bills as actual costs emerge.  HOW DARE HE.

I'm sure a liberal can show me the math showing Sandy caused exactly 70 billion dollars in damage, that there will be no fraud/waste there.

Why do liberals think it has to be prepaid, why not get actual costs... then refund.  Shocking theory I know.
 
2013-05-21 08:17:04 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: theorellior: LOL. Don't stop believing.

So you don't remember the people getting pulled off the roofs in New Orleans or the people living in their own filth in New York?


I remember young volunteers delivering food to the elderly in high rise buildings while climbing pitch black stairwells to reach them. Not sure how they would have fixed the electrical grid or major metropolitan sewage systems. Just needed longer bootstraps?
 
2013-05-21 08:22:15 PM

theorellior: Can I just say that I'm gonna open my wallet for the poor farkers in Moore who got their houses razed by a giant wind lawnmower? Even though I live in Boston, the libbiest libby city that ever libbed a lib? And do you know why that is? BECAUSE IT'S THE FARKING UNITED STATES AND WE LOOK AFTER OUR OWN, MOTHERFARKER!

Fark these farksticks in the farking ass.


fark yeah dude. Right on!
 
2013-05-21 08:24:59 PM

lennavan: Rwa2play: What makes you think I haven't already done that with my driver's license?

He means right now.  Unless of course you think your personal needs outweigh the needs of 12 people currently waiting on organ transplants.  What kind of jackass are you?!


You think they're just 12?
 
2013-05-21 08:25:18 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: clambam: Really? So those businesses just gave away the tools and equipment, took the financial hit for the benefit of their neighbors? No? They got reimbursed by the federal government you say? Actually I doubt they did because I suspect you just made the whole story up. Because if you're going to be a greedy self-serving hypocrite, you might as well go whole hog and be a lying greedy self-serving hypocrite.

Project much?

I know it's hard to understand people helping other people. I know you believe that someone in the federal government has to take from someone to give to another. But when you have people trapped in a building and the local Ace Hardware has a load of shovels and pickaxes the math becomes very simple. The local Denny's throws up the doors and starts cooking eggs and hamburgers as fast as they can and generally people get down to work. Next thing you know tractor trailers full of baby formula, diapers and bottled water. It's really heart warming.


I'm not projecting. I'm calling you a liar. How 'bout them apples?
 
2013-05-21 08:27:24 PM

MyRandomName: Why do liberals think it has to be prepaid, why not get actual costs... then refund. Shocking theory I know.


If the money isn't all used would it not go back to the coffers, and if so then what's the difference? More importantly, why always wait for an actual disaster to make this point?
 
2013-05-21 08:48:49 PM

chuggernaught: Looks like it's up to the blue states to step up and be better people than the Congresscritters from Oklahoma.

/not to mention being much better at basic Christianity.  You know: Charity, Compassion, Peace, etc.
//Also, you guys need to stop responding to Skullkrusher.  I know he's a troll, but seriously, I think he is becoming dangerously disconnected from reality.  Like Ted Nugent level of dangerously disconnected from reality.


I know you don't care to elaborate because you're talking entirely out of yours ass so I just wanted to point out that you will cowardly decline to elaborate and if you do, your "explanation" will be a laughably dishonest characterization of what I've said that paints you as either an inveterate liar or an illiterate. Good luck.
 
2013-05-21 08:49:20 PM

Fissile: This is a great opportunity for New Jersey's senators to get even.  They should stand in front of the senate and say, "Despite the extremist and hateful attitudes of Oklahoma's senators directed at the people of the Northeast during their hour of need, we believe that all unfortunate people are deserving of help, so of course we will vote for a generous aid package for the victims of the recent Oklahoma tornado".

That'll teach 'em.

/Whom am I kidding?


It would be beautiful if they did that, and they should! But today's GOP has no heart, no soul and no conscience. Its a point a frikken pride with these people! Nothing but ego maniacs who if engulfed in flame and a democrat said they are on fire and tried to save them they would disagree and refuse to be saved by a lib.
And if they do what Ann Coulter wants and others want ( and they will ) the strategy of slash and burn during the elections. Meaning putting anyone whos a Republican in office no matter who they are or what they stand for as long as there is a (R) in front of their name and nowhere near the center, its only going to get worse.
 
2013-05-21 08:52:14 PM

neversubmit: ab·so·lut·ism (
n.1. a. A political theory holding that all power should be vested in one ruler or other authority.b. A form of government in which all power is vested in a single ruler or other authority.2. An absolute doctrine, principle, or standard.Would you have preferred I'd said "absolutistic"? Is that the great internet victory you're going for?

Absolutism does not equal absolutist statement it's sad you can't tell thedifference. As for what I'm going for well that would entertainment which I got thanks to you. So, thank you!


an absolutist statement. Again, would you have preferred it if I had said "absolutistic"? This is what you've found so entertaining? Let's be honest. You thought you were brighter than you are. You were gonna be the star - showing skullkrusher what's up... that didn't work out so you're just gonna pretend it did. Congrats. Now run along until next time you're feeling frisky
 
2013-05-21 08:58:49 PM

skullkrusher: neversubmit: ab·so·lut·ism (
n.1. a. A political theory holding that all power should be vested in one ruler or other authority.b. A form of government in which all power is vested in a single ruler or other authority.2. An absolute doctrine, principle, or standard.Would you have preferred I'd said "absolutistic"? Is that the great internet victory you're going for?

Absolutism does not equal absolutist statement it's sad you can't tell thedifference. As for what I'm going for well that would entertainment which I got thanks to you. So, thank you!

an absolutist statement. Again, would you have preferred it if I had said "absolutistic"? This is what you've found so entertaining? Let's be honest. You thought you were brighter than you are. You were gonna be the star - showing skullkrusher what's up... that didn't work out so you're just gonna pretend it did. Congrats. Now run along until next time you're feeling frisky


Did you just bold your own name while using it in the third person?

Awesome.
 
2013-05-21 09:02:48 PM

mpirooz: skullkrusher: neversubmit: ab·so·lut·ism (
n.1. a. A political theory holding that all power should be vested in one ruler or other authority.b. A form of government in which all power is vested in a single ruler or other authority.2. An absolute doctrine, principle, or standard.Would you have preferred I'd said "absolutistic"? Is that the great internet victory you're going for?

Absolutism does not equal absolutist statement it's sad you can't tell thedifference. As for what I'm going for well that would entertainment which I got thanks to you. So, thank you!

an absolutist statement. Again, would you have preferred it if I had said "absolutistic"? This is what you've found so entertaining? Let's be honest. You thought you were brighter than you are. You were gonna be the star - showing skullkrusher what's up... that didn't work out so you're just gonna pretend it did. Congrats. Now run along until next time you're feeling frisky

Did you just bold your own name while using it in the third person?

Awesome.


yeah, it's pretty common practice to bold handles. One's own or otherwise - it makes the posts easier to read. Is this outrageous too?
 
2013-05-21 09:07:21 PM

skullkrusher: yeah, it's pretty common practice to bold handles. One's own or otherwise - it makes the posts easier to read. Is this outrageous too?


Outrageously awesome. I kind of pictured Jesus from Lebowski after Walter pulls his gun in the bowling alley.

/your panties, let me unwind them.. they seem to be in a bunch
 
2013-05-21 09:09:02 PM

JesusJuice: I believe the right thing is to force them to empathize...

You realize we're talking about Republicans, right?

 
2013-05-21 09:09:45 PM

Jackson Herring: it's weird to see one's catchphrase turned into a headline


Aye Caramba?
Eat my shorts?
Don't have a cow, man?
 
2013-05-21 09:09:56 PM
1.media.collegehumor.cvcdn.com
 
2013-05-21 09:11:30 PM

mpirooz: skullkrusher: yeah, it's pretty common practice to bold handles. One's own or otherwise - it makes the posts easier to read. Is this outrageous too?

Outrageously awesome. I kind of pictured Jesus from Lebowski after Walter pulls his gun in the bowling alley.

/your panties, let me unwind them.. they seem to be in a bunch


you should see me eat crackers
 
2013-05-21 09:12:36 PM

The Why Not Guy: JesusJuice: I believe the right thing is to force them to empathize...

You realize we're talking about Republicans, right?


One of the symptoms of being a psychopath is the inability to emphasize with others . . .
 
2013-05-21 09:14:41 PM

mpirooz: MyRandomName: Why do liberals think it has to be prepaid, why not get actual costs... then refund. Shocking theory I know.

If the money isn't all used would it not go back to the coffers, and if so then what's the difference? More importantly, why always wait for an actual disaster to make this point?


Why does anyone think it's acceptable to use dead people and people in dire need to make political points? Why do we have this argument every single time there is a hurricane in the east or a tornado in the midwest or an earthquake on the coast? Just change the names of the politicians proclaiming the bulldoodoo, and it's SSDD.

Someday, we'll go back to being the same country and the same people again: Just Americans and not liberals/conservatives. I hope it won't be because we got invaded by the Russians or someone, or because society actually collapsed due to famine or disease. But I'm not holding my breath.
 
2013-05-21 09:20:49 PM

MyRandomName: How dare he point out blindly allocating funds without a real measure of true costs is a stupid way to fund emergency management.  How dare he point out that the 99 tornado recovery was paid for in 4 different appropriation bills as actual costs emerge.  HOW DARE HE.

I'm sure a liberal can show me the math showing Sandy caused exactly 70 billion dollars in damage, that there will be no fraud/waste there.

Why do liberals think it has to be prepaid, why not get actual costs... then refund.  Shocking theory I know.



You think that the costs were actually $70B? Like $70,000,000,000.00? That's hilarious.
 
2013-05-21 11:16:25 PM

clambam: The Stealth Hippopotamus: clambam: Really? So those businesses just gave away the tools and equipment, took the financial hit for the benefit of their neighbors? No? They got reimbursed by the federal government you say? Actually I doubt they did because I suspect you just made the whole story up. Because if you're going to be a greedy self-serving hypocrite, you might as well go whole hog and be a lying greedy self-serving hypocrite.

Project much?

I know it's hard to understand people helping other people. I know you believe that someone in the federal government has to take from someone to give to another. But when you have people trapped in a building and the local Ace Hardware has a load of shovels and pickaxes the math becomes very simple. The local Denny's throws up the doors and starts cooking eggs and hamburgers as fast as they can and generally people get down to work. Next thing you know tractor trailers full of baby formula, diapers and bottled water. It's really heart warming.

I'm not projecting. I'm calling you a liar. How 'bout them apples?


On what grounds are you calling me a liar?! Just because you wouldn't/couldn't do something like that doesn't mean I wouldn't.

Okies take care of each other
 
2013-05-21 11:40:58 PM
Maybe they can pray for help and magically it will show up.

No, they have rely on handouts again.  Red State complainers and leaches.

Clearly, the is no God; otherwise, these things wouldn't happen.  Just ask Pat Robertson.
 
2013-05-21 11:42:23 PM
Oooooh, hey, another Salon link which I won't be clicking on.  I'll just have to live somehow.
 
2013-05-22 01:20:58 AM
And the morons in Oklahoma and throughout the "heartland" who keep electing these shiatheads won't even consider the hypocrisy.
 
2013-05-22 01:41:08 AM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Okies take care of each other


So they don't need Federal aid then.
 
2013-05-22 01:57:26 AM
The Stealth Hippopotamus:

You better believe that people arn't going to do things for free for long. Never ask them to. What they did in those first few hours was the very definition of generosity! However there comes a point when the helpers go home and the generosity gives way to fatigue. That's when the professionals take over and the mass of the work gets done. But you don't need federal government for that. You have insurance and other what-nots to cover that cost.

Insurance isn't going to cover everything, nor will it cover what it deigns to in a timely manner.

Additionally, for some of the larger disasters, 9/11, Katrina, 2008/9 financial collapse, Sandy, etc., they cried poverty, in that if they had to pay out all claims they'd be ruined, quickly, so without the government assistance money, people wouldn't get everything owed to them anyway.  So, it's nice, when an insurance company is going to fight you tooth and nail to pay out anything, or claim you're not covered for an Act-of-God, etc., something those fine establishments sometimes do, to have something to fall back on, especially in a time where disaster fatigue has set in for most of the rest of the country, and your main concern is sheltering and feeding your family, and you're the only person that seems to have that concern.
 
2013-05-22 02:10:18 AM

clambam: The Stealth Hippopotamus: clambam: Really? So those businesses just gave away the tools and equipment, took the financial hit for the benefit of their neighbors? No? They got reimbursed by the federal government you say? Actually I doubt they did because I suspect you just made the whole story up. Because if you're going to be a greedy self-serving hypocrite, you might as well go whole hog and be a lying greedy self-serving hypocrite.

Project much?

I know it's hard to understand people helping other people. I know you believe that someone in the federal government has to take from someone to give to another. But when you have people trapped in a building and the local Ace Hardware has a load of shovels and pickaxes the math becomes very simple. The local Denny's throws up the doors and starts cooking eggs and hamburgers as fast as they can and generally people get down to work. Next thing you know tractor trailers full of baby formula, diapers and bottled water. It's really heart warming.

I'm not projecting. I'm calling you a liar. How 'bout them apples?


I know something in this screed is making me throw up, and it's not the Denny's cooking if you know what I mean.
 
2013-05-22 02:49:20 AM

Paul Baumer: The free market at work in the charitable works industry...

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 400x334]

http://www.debbieschlussel.com/6938/sean-hannitys-freedom-concert-sc am -only-7-of-charitys-money-went-to-injured-troops-kids-of-fallen-troops -g5s-g6s-for-vannity/



Oliver North is in a band? I figured he would have sold the instruments and then given the money to drug cartels.
 
2013-05-22 08:01:50 AM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: I know it's hard to understand people helping other people. I know you believe that someone in the federal government has to take from someone to give to another. But when you have people trapped in a building and the local Ace Hardware has a load of shovels and pickaxes the math becomes very simple. The local Denny's throws up the doors and starts cooking eggs and hamburgers as fast as they can and generally people get down to work. Next thing you know tractor trailers full of baby formula, diapers and bottled water. It's really heart warming.


I think I saw this commercial on TV.
It was Bobby Flay cooking at the Denny's wasn't it?
A black guy was driving the first tractor trailer...
 
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