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(Salon)   Noted political wizard Ted Nugent lays out his list of 5 groups who should not be able to vote. Before you snicker, wait until you see the asploding heads of farkers upset that they agree with three of them   (salon.com) divider line 36
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2013-07-06 08:20:22 AM
14 votes:
I will respectfully listen to Ted Nugent when he opines on the most effective methods to get an overweight fortysomething Flying J waitress to give one a mediocre, disinterested handy in the back of a carbon-monoxide-leaking tour bus.

Other than that? STFU
2013-07-06 11:27:07 AM
6 votes:
1. Ted Nugent
2. Ted Nugent's family
3. People who like Ted Nugent
4. The families of people who like Ted Nugent
5. Ted Nugent
2013-07-06 09:03:39 AM
6 votes:

Aarontology: Mr. Coffee Nerves: There was a great photo from a teabagger rally at the PA Capitol building -- a guy dressed as a Hessian mercenary soldier and carrying a "Taxation Without Representation" sign talking...to his elected State Senator.

A Hessian? Seriously? hahahahahahha


Say what you will about the mercenary ways of Hessian soldiers, dude, but at least it was an ethos.
2013-07-06 12:18:18 PM
4 votes:

Therion: Mawson of the Antarctic: The main gripe I have with the Tea Party is that Powdered Wigs are cool, I would totally rock one, but everyone will think I'm a Teaheadist now. Damn them.

Bastards ruined Gadsden flags and tricorne hats, too.


I thought they made the flag even better

0.tqn.com
2013-07-06 08:54:36 AM
4 votes:

Aarontology: hubiestubert: Aarontology: Also, let's point out that tea party darling Ted Nugent is literally advocating taxation without representation.

Why let a little thing like the raison d'être for their movement get in the way of a gut level reaction from a pants befouling chickenhawk?

Based on the conversations I've had, most of them seem to understand taxation without representation to mean they are entitled to have legislators with whom they agree.


There was a great photo from a teabagger rally at the PA Capitol building -- a guy dressed as a Hessian mercenary soldier and carrying a "Taxation Without Representation" sign talking...to his elected State Senator.

It could be the official poster for the Festival of Cognitive Dissonance
2013-07-06 11:50:05 AM
3 votes:
i1284.photobucket.com
2013-07-06 10:04:19 PM
2 votes:
Veterans? But service was supposed to guarantee citizenship!
2013-07-06 04:10:30 PM
2 votes:

Candy Colored Clown: The Green Intern: "Center-right" and "Calligula-right."

That received a hearty guffaw from me.

/American
//Texan to be precise
///fark Rick Perry, Louis Gohmert, Steve Stockman, Ron Paul, Sam Johnson, etc. etc.
////Too many farks to give


Caligula was pretty liberal in the area of sex. And the breaking of the glass ceiling for animals in administrative positions.
2013-07-06 02:37:19 PM
2 votes:

TalenLee: I'll go one worse. Voting should be compulsory.

"Oh, the infrastructure couldn't handle that."

Good. Now you have a reason to make your voting infrastructure good.

"Many people will vote without being informed."

You think they don't know? In the 2012 election, the majority of likely Republican voters thought Barack Obama had been born in Kenya, in Ohio. That's mental.

"It's a form of tyranny."

God, Americans and their love of calling basic interactions with society tyranny. Seatbelts are tyranny, road laws are tyranny. You don't get to spend that nickel, because you were busy blowing it  when suggesting you guys stop hogging all the IPs was a form of tyranny.

"If you do this, you'll have a lot of people voting who weren't before, and who's to say we want them?"

You want them to have to vote. If they have to vote, there will be at least one week every two years where they have to give a shiat about politics, and then, microcosmically, you will start them towards paying attention.

"It'll never work."

Yes, it won't work, because this is America, the home of the free and the land of the brave, where there is no system so awful, so nonfunctional and so downright deleritous to governance, liberty and human dignity, that they won't resist maintaining it as it is forever, because Founders And Freedom And Also.

/blah blah blah Talen
//nobody cares
///Australian, not even drunk


So very much this.  I'd like a system that opened up a wider field, so we didn't have to choose between "Center-right" and "Calligula-right."  Because the level of denial that springs from "Because Jesus" is on par with "Ordered the army to the sea and told them to start stabbing because fark Neptune."

/American
//Iowan to be precise
///fark Steve King with a rabid polar bear
2013-07-06 12:11:13 PM
2 votes:
I don't think any of those groups he lists should be prevented from voting.

Lionel Mandrake: 1. Ted Nugent
2. Ted Nugent's family
3. People who like Ted Nugent
4. The families of people who like Ted Nugent
5. Ted Nugent


There's a list I can support, though.
2013-07-06 11:52:50 AM
2 votes:
The main gripe I have with the Tea Party is that Powdered Wigs are cool, I would totally rock one, but everyone will think I'm a Teaheadist now. Damn them.
2013-07-06 11:34:25 AM
2 votes:

Speaker2Animals: Aarontology: Speaker2Animals: Aarontology: Also, let's point out that tea party darling Ted Nugent is literally advocating taxation without representation.

Let's also point you, like subby, fails at reading comprehension.

As long as these people he's biatching about are paying one penny in taxes, whether it's from sales, gas, property, income, Social Security, Medicare, or any of the other myriad taxes and fees that are imposed by governments, the revocation of their right to vote puts them under a system of taxation without representation.

He had nothing to do with that list of five groups. It's called "satire." Read again.




Ah, we're going with the "A right-winger got caught saying something racist, sexist, homophobic, or just plain stupid, so let's say it's 'satire' the libs don't get" defense here.
2013-07-06 09:20:59 AM
2 votes:

Aarontology: Mr. Coffee Nerves: There was a great photo from a teabagger rally at the PA Capitol building -- a guy dressed as a Hessian mercenary soldier and carrying a "Taxation Without Representation" sign talking...to his elected State Senator.

A Hessian? Seriously? hahahahahahha


I'm hoping it was a case of "everyone shows up in blue coats, so I'll look sharp in this green one" but I suspect it may have been "Well, I already fap to 'Soldier of Fortune,' so..."
2013-07-07 12:47:42 PM
1 votes:

GeneralJim: I'm not a fan of Republicans, but history is what it is...


Apparently you cleared yours.
2013-07-06 11:55:09 PM
1 votes:
New Ted Nugent Cologne Tested On 'Every Goddamn Animal We Could Find'

ALPENA, MI-Ted Nugent held a press conference Monday to unveil his new signature fragrance "Heartland," which the veteran rocker touted as the most extensively tested cologne in history. "We tested that sumbiatch on ferrets, weasels, deer, elk, squirrels, bison, trout, crickets, gibbons, iguanas, donkeys, capybaras, koalas, hyenas, penguins, woodpeckers-every goddamn animal we could find," Nugent said. "And, just to be extra-certain it was safe for consumer use, we injected it into a kitten's bloodstream, sprayed it on otters with open wounds that we inflicted, and forced cows to drink it through their nose. We also squirted it in a duck's eyes. Then we ran out of cologne and just started punching the duck." The cologne, now available in stores, features an ivory bottle stopper and comes in a genuine tiger-skin pouch.
2013-07-06 11:14:18 PM
1 votes:

Gyrfalcon: HighOnCraic: andrewagill: Lionel Mandrake: 1. Ted Nugent
2. Ted Nugent's family
3. People who like Ted Nugent
4. The families of people who like Ted Nugent
5. Ted Nugent

You said Ted Nugent twice.

Maybe he likes Ted Nugent.

Nobody likes Ted Nugent.


Sorry, I was going for the not so obscure "Blazing Saddles" joke.
2013-07-06 03:31:44 PM
1 votes:

SevenizGud: TANF does not just reward people for being parasites, it actively creates the environment best suited to produce large numbers of career criminals.


TANF teaches people to become Wall Street speculators?
2013-07-06 02:56:50 PM
1 votes:
6. People who shiat their pants on purpose.
2013-07-06 01:53:28 PM
1 votes:

cman: You do realize that the Republican party was the driving factor for universal suffrage, do you not?


That was then, this is now, Ponyboy.
2013-07-06 01:46:14 PM
1 votes:

The My Little Pony Killer: Mangoose: man who wants an abortion

Should probably have just kept it in his pants.


that should be a fortune cookie or something.

And listen. I am pro choice. Do as you wish. But don't pretend that there's only one party involved. Because if it is "her body, her choice?", Why is it that what comes out of it isn't "her baby, her problem"
2013-07-06 01:25:31 PM
1 votes:

cman: Brian_of_Nazareth: thamike: Brian_of_Nazareth: I'm firmly of the opinion that every citizen of appropriate age should be allowed to vote unless they are otherwise held to be mentally incompetent.

I feel the same way, on a much more give or take level, about gun ownership.

I have a very different opinion on that one.  I'm Canadian, we don't have an explicit right to keep and bear arms and I'm good with it.  Seems to have worked out for us.  You guys seem mostly comfortable with where you're at, so please carry-on.

Not completely sure why gun rights comments so commonly show up in any thread related to other rights.

Cheers.

Its about political polarization.

We will use any opportunity we can to bash the other side politically. The conversation could be about liposuction and you bet your ass someone will use it to bash someone else.


Will liposuction be covered under Obummercare?

/did I do that right?
2013-07-06 01:23:00 PM
1 votes:

CokeBear: Brian_of_Nazareth: I'm firmly of the opinion that every citizen of appropriate age should be allowed to vote unless they are otherwise held to be mentally incompetent.


Why do you want to deny conservatives Palin Americans the right to vote?


I like this question better.  I don't actually want to deny them the vote, I just wanted the cheap shot at the Nuge.  I have a personal belief that the purpose of life on this planet is to entertain me.  You guys are doing an admirable job, but sometimes a bit of spice is all the difference.

Cheers.
2013-07-06 01:14:11 PM
1 votes:

Sgt Otter: "Hello, friends, Sen. Strom Thurmond here.  If you're not familiar with me, I ran in 1948 as the candidate for The Segregation Party, and I even frequently peppered my stump speeches with the N-Bomb.  Even though I hated Truman for integrating the U.S. Army, I ran for Senate as a Democrat.  Now, in 1964, Democratic President LBJ, working with a coalition of Republicans and Northern Democrats in Congress, passed the Civil Rights Act.  I tried to filibuster that damn thing for a record-setting 24 hours, but eventually even my racist-ass got tired.

Shortly after, I switched my party affiliation to Republican.  Which was, I assure you, is nothing more than a coincidence.  Honest, smelly, red-skin, drunk-off-their-heathen-ass Injun."


I have no idea why, but I read that in Troy McClure's voice.
2013-07-06 01:01:00 PM
1 votes:

yelmrog: thamike: cman: Are you serious?

You have to earn the right to ask this question without receiving immediate peals of laughter, Mr. I Slept Through the Southern Strategy Section of the Color-My-Lunch Menu at Cracker Barrel.

The Southern Strategy does not exist to anyone on the right these days.  It never happened. The GOP has always been the party of freedom.  Always.

We have always been at war blah blah blah...


www.sciway.net

"Hello, friends, Sen. Strom Thurmond here.  If you're not familiar with me, I ran in 1948 as the candidate for The Segregation Party, and I even frequently peppered my stump speeches with the N-Bomb.  Even though I hated Truman for integrating the U.S. Army, I ran for Senate as a Democrat.  Now, in 1964, Democratic President LBJ, working with a coalition of Republicans and Northern Democrats in Congress, passed the Civil Rights Act.  I tried to filibuster that damn thing for a record-setting 24 hours, but eventually even my racist-ass got tired.

Shortly after, I switched my party affiliation to Republican.  Which was, I assure you, is nothing more than a coincidence.  Honest, smelly, red-skin, drunk-off-their-heathen-ass Injun."
2013-07-06 12:43:44 PM
1 votes:

thamike: cman: Are you serious?

You have to earn the right to ask this question without receiving immediate peals of laughter, Mr. I Slept Through the Southern Strategy Section of the Color-My-Lunch Menu at Cracker Barrel.


The Southern Strategy does not exist to anyone on the right these days.  It never happened. The GOP has always been the party of freedom.  Always.

We have always been at war blah blah blah...
2013-07-06 12:41:10 PM
1 votes:

dericwater: I would say that Bush 1 is the only modern Republican who hasn't totally wrecked the country. Eisenhower was a democrat recruited by the GOP to give political life support to Nixon.


Stop it.
2013-07-06 12:39:42 PM
1 votes:

cman: Are you serious?


You have to earn the right to ask this question without receiving immediate peals of laughter, Mr. I Slept Through the Southern Strategy Section of the Color-My-Lunch Menu at Cracker Barrel.
2013-07-06 12:30:56 PM
1 votes:

shamanwest: Ahhh....good to see you're back to being a shill.


... back?
2013-07-06 12:29:40 PM
1 votes:
Nobody on welfare should vote?  So nobody who collects Social Security or makes use of Medicare?

Well, there goes the GOP...
2013-07-06 12:07:51 PM
1 votes:
Nugent's words:  Let's also stop the insanity by suspending the right to vote of any American who is on welfare. Once they get off welfare and are self-sustaining, they get their right to vote restored. No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

So, dickless here is advocating for completely disenfranchising the poor.

Can we please, please, please stop posting the nonsense of a pedophile, pants-shiatting draft dodger?
2013-07-06 12:04:14 PM
1 votes:
6. Illiterates, like Subby.
2013-07-06 11:57:48 AM
1 votes:
Nuget, eh? Isn't he dead or in jail or something?
2013-07-06 09:24:21 AM
1 votes:

jake_lex: So I doubt many of them passed civics.


Or elementary school English.

/what's the highest form of patriotic? poster, I'm looking at you
2013-07-06 09:23:11 AM
1 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Aarontology: Mr. Coffee Nerves: There was a great photo from a teabagger rally at the PA Capitol building -- a guy dressed as a Hessian mercenary soldier and carrying a "Taxation Without Representation" sign talking...to his elected State Senator.

A Hessian? Seriously? hahahahahahha

I'm hoping it was a case of "everyone shows up in blue coats, so I'll look sharp in this green one" but I suspect it may have been "Well, I already fap to 'Soldier of Fortune,' so..."


Well, you are talking about the movement that gave us this gem:

policygrinder.com

So I doubt many of them passed civics.
2013-07-06 08:56:02 AM
1 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: There was a great photo from a teabagger rally at the PA Capitol building -- a guy dressed as a Hessian mercenary soldier and carrying a "Taxation Without Representation" sign talking...to his elected State Senator.


A Hessian? Seriously? hahahahahahha
2013-07-06 08:23:24 AM
1 votes:

Aarontology: Also, let's point out that tea party darling Ted Nugent is literally advocating taxation without representation.


Why let a little thing like the raison d'être for their movement get in the way of a gut level reaction from a pants befouling chickenhawk?
 
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