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(Snopes)   No, the Obamas did not send a plane with just Bo to Maine. Now that that is settled, we can get back to important things... What's George Zimmerman been up to?   (snopes.com) divider line 20
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2013-08-13 07:16:40 AM  
10 votes:
Still better than the Romneys, who would have strapped the dog to the roof of the plane.
2013-08-13 07:20:29 AM  
5 votes:
George Zimmerman drove Bo up to Maine, stopping only to cure cancer along the way.
2013-08-13 07:49:42 AM  
4 votes:

cman: CarnySaur: I heard that they put the original Bo to sleep because he knew too much, and replaced him with another dog.

I was told Bo was gonna release some damning whistleblowing evidence on Barack, so he had the NSA sacrifice Bo to honor our Reptilian overlords


No, Bo's alive and well.  He did blow the whistle on a lot of shady stuff, but nobody else could hear it...
2013-08-13 07:50:39 AM  
3 votes:
This is worse than when Prezidook Hogtits Fartbanger introduced John to Yoko.
2013-08-13 07:23:53 AM  
3 votes:
I heard that they put the original Bo to sleep because he knew too much, and replaced him with another dog.
2013-08-13 10:12:28 AM  
2 votes:
I heard Zimmerman was changing his name to Ben Gazi, so the administration will quit talking about him.
2013-08-13 07:08:53 AM  
2 votes:
I love that Republicans have been starting these types of rumors since 1944.
2013-08-13 01:22:51 PM  
1 votes:

frepnog: Is this like J4T loonies saying that Zimmerman disobeyed the police dispatcher who said "we don't need you to do that" by leaving out the part where he said "ok" and then stopped running?


No, it's like folks thinking that watching and reading everything about a murder trial where one of only two participants is unable to participate because, you know, they're dead makes those same folks magically omniscient, capable of speaking with exact authority as to why poor old George Zimmerman was just defending himself from an angry, giant, drug-dealing maniac of a teenager.
2013-08-13 11:49:26 AM  
1 votes:

Satan's Bunny Slippers: dumbobruni: notto: no_dice: Karac: RevRaven: IlGreven: Those two sentences are contradictory. The second shows you do not get what he was saying, else you'd agree with Snopes' assessment.

Nope, I totally get it. He helped sponsor and pass funding that allowed the Internet to move from the hands of government to the private sector, which allowed for our modern Internet to come to be. However, that is quite different from "creating the Internet" as he said on CNN, wherein he was hoping to capitalize on people believing he helped create as in engineer the Internet. That part, the "creating the Internet" part, he did say. There's no way around it.

So you admit that without Al Gore the internet would not exist as it does today - that he played some part in bringing it about.  However, you're taking issue with something he didn't actually say, something only you heard - that he was the only person going around the country running wires and setting up routers.

This seems to be a common theme with conservatives - arguing not about what someone actually said or did, but instead about something only you heard from the voices in your head.  That's how we get a debate over whether Obama called Benghazi terrorism or whether 'acts of terror' in a Benghazi speech meant only other incidents.  It's how we get Ron Paul debating a actor in blackface.  It's how Clint Eastwood gets standing ovations for debating a chair.

Can anyone give me the technical name for this habit?  Because it seems to be quite common with conservatives and I'd like a proper noun for it.

Borderline retardation?

Bachmannized.

Getting Triggy With It.

Palinology


"Watching the Neighborhood"
2013-08-13 11:22:49 AM  
1 votes:
2013-08-13 10:13:10 AM  
1 votes:

Arkanaut: Neighborhood Watch: ManateeGag: Does this bullshiat story come up every time the family travels?


As long as the Obamas (and especially Moochelle) keep demanding 'sacrifice' from everyone, yes - yes it is.

Hi George!


Reads more like Lennie to me.

bks9.books.google.com
2013-08-13 09:48:05 AM  
1 votes:

dumbobruni: notto: no_dice: Karac: RevRaven: IlGreven: Those two sentences are contradictory. The second shows you do not get what he was saying, else you'd agree with Snopes' assessment.

Nope, I totally get it. He helped sponsor and pass funding that allowed the Internet to move from the hands of government to the private sector, which allowed for our modern Internet to come to be. However, that is quite different from "creating the Internet" as he said on CNN, wherein he was hoping to capitalize on people believing he helped create as in engineer the Internet. That part, the "creating the Internet" part, he did say. There's no way around it.

So you admit that without Al Gore the internet would not exist as it does today - that he played some part in bringing it about.  However, you're taking issue with something he didn't actually say, something only you heard - that he was the only person going around the country running wires and setting up routers.

This seems to be a common theme with conservatives - arguing not about what someone actually said or did, but instead about something only you heard from the voices in your head.  That's how we get a debate over whether Obama called Benghazi terrorism or whether 'acts of terror' in a Benghazi speech meant only other incidents.  It's how we get Ron Paul debating a actor in blackface.  It's how Clint Eastwood gets standing ovations for debating a chair.

Can anyone give me the technical name for this habit?  Because it seems to be quite common with conservatives and I'd like a proper noun for it.

Borderline retardation?

Bachmannized.

Getting Triggy With It.


Palinology
2013-08-13 09:20:01 AM  
1 votes:

Neighborhood Watch: Moochelle


Your post would be much more convincing if you referred to the First Lady as "The M00ch".

/shut up and PASS THE bacon!
2013-08-13 09:19:16 AM  
1 votes:

Karac: RevRaven: IlGreven: Those two sentences are contradictory. The second shows you do not get what he was saying, else you'd agree with Snopes' assessment.

Nope, I totally get it. He helped sponsor and pass funding that allowed the Internet to move from the hands of government to the private sector, which allowed for our modern Internet to come to be. However, that is quite different from "creating the Internet" as he said on CNN, wherein he was hoping to capitalize on people believing he helped create as in engineer the Internet. That part, the "creating the Internet" part, he did say. There's no way around it.

So you admit that without Al Gore the internet would not exist as it does today - that he played some part in bringing it about.  However, you're taking issue with something he didn't actually say, something only you heard - that he was the only person going around the country running wires and setting up routers.

This seems to be a common theme with conservatives - arguing not about what someone actually said or did, but instead about something only you heard from the voices in your head.  That's how we get a debate over whether Obama called Benghazi terrorism or whether 'acts of terror' in a Benghazi speech meant only other incidents.  It's how we get Ron Paul debating a actor in blackface.  It's how Clint Eastwood gets standing ovations for debating a chair.

Can anyone give me the technical name for this habit?  Because it seems to be quite common with conservatives and I'd like a proper noun for it.


Borderline retardation?
2013-08-13 08:58:53 AM  
1 votes:

evilmrsock: Therefore, it stands to reason that Bo flies regularly on a chartered Sopwith Camel, dog-fighting the Red Baron in an attempt to show Obama as anti-communist.


I'd actually watch this cartoon.
2013-08-13 08:38:53 AM  
1 votes:

Satan's Bunny Slippers: wait, I thought this was about the dog.  What does Al have to do with it all?

geez, the derp can't even stay on topic anymore.


You don't understand. Al Gore didn't actually claim to invent the internet. Therefore, it stands to reason that Bo flies regularly on a chartered Sopwith Camel, dog-fighting the Red Baron in an attempt to show Obama as anti-communist. But see, we never SAID he was a communist! He's a socialist! And that's where it all falls apart!
2013-08-13 08:38:52 AM  
1 votes:

dr_blasto: How spectacularly droll.



No, what's 'droll' is Moochelle claiming 'Barack isn't going to let you live the way you used to live'.  And our precious little king saying that 'other countries aren't going to put up with us driving big cars and keeping our thermostats where we want them'.

It's the same hypocritical bullsh*t with all limousine liberals (especially Gore).  Remember Streisand lecturing Americans about hanging clotheslines instead of using electricity to dry clothes?  Do you see any clotheslines behind her beachfront mansion?

The Obamas are greedily scooping up all the 'reparations' they can grab between somber speeches about the need for personal sacrifice and how much 'ordinary' Americans are suffering.  That's why nobody listens to our 'royal family' anymore.
2013-08-13 07:52:56 AM  
1 votes:

Muta: The Snopes is run by the Democratic Party George Soros.


Ooga booga.
2013-08-13 07:35:24 AM  
1 votes:
Boxing lessons? Krav mcgruff? Buying Jordans?
2013-08-13 06:43:59 AM  
1 votes:
Well, I guess we move the goalposts, then:

Obama is a terrible dog owner for not having his dog travel with his adopted Family the Obamas
 
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