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(Breitbart.com)   2013: the year of conservative victories (except the shutdown, multiple gay marriage rulings, elections, or any Virginia state-wide race, but they got Phil back on Duck Dynasty, so I guess that's something)   (breitbart.com ) divider line
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2013-12-30 02:35:51 PM  
They got Obama to apologize for Obamacare. *drops mic*
 
2013-12-30 02:37:18 PM  
Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.
 
2013-12-30 02:39:14 PM  
So, from the picture in TFA, are they wanting to go back to the 13 original states?
 
2013-12-30 02:40:37 PM  

nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.


Hey, it was pretty surprising to Karl Rove.
 
2013-12-30 02:44:55 PM  

halfpastnvr: nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.

Hey, it was pretty surprising to Karl Rove.


I know that I'm not supposed to enjoy it, but that was one of the most delightful bits of schadenfreude I've ever experienced.
 
2013-12-30 02:45:45 PM  

nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.


I prefer the GOP to believe they did nothing wrong. The last thing I want Is for the republicans to start fixing their problems and winning elections!
 
2013-12-30 02:46:38 PM  

nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.


that's going to be their problem in 2016 too.  they will be convinced that their shiatty poll numbers have nothing to do with reality and, instead of adjusting their strategy to try to raise their numbers, they will keep on doing what they are doing and end up getting demolished.  Provided that the Democrats don't put up a shiatty candidate of their own.
 
2013-12-30 02:55:48 PM  

Weaver95: nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.

I prefer the GOP to believe they did nothing wrong. The last thing I want Is for the republicans to start fixing their problems and winning elections!


That's why I think this "Cuccinelli was a referendum on the Tea Party" thing is so great. He's not, but so long as they THINK he was, they'll think they can keep picking the kinds of candidates they've picked.
 
2013-12-30 02:57:42 PM  

halfpastnvr: nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.

Hey, it was pretty surprising to Karl Rove.


Totes! He is adorbs with his cray-cray.
 
2013-12-30 02:57:46 PM  
So, anything bad that happens as a result, the Republicans will take credit for it? Like Ted Cruz has taken credit for the government shutdown?
 
2013-12-30 02:58:03 PM  
surprising win, eh? not to anyone living outside the fox news bubble.
 
2013-12-30 02:58:44 PM  

Weaver95: nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.

I prefer the GOP to believe they did nothing wrong. The last thing I want Is for the republicans to start fixing their problems and winning elections!


I tend to agree, but I like having a second, competitive party. The GOP will continue moving to the center.
 
2013-12-30 02:59:47 PM  
I like how they count the NSA surveillance snafu as a conservative victory.  Right, because conservatives have been fighting to limit the scope of the country's anti-terrorism and intelligence-gathering for years.
 
2013-12-30 03:00:34 PM  
The ni-BONG is still in the White House, so none of these victories matter.
 
2013-12-30 03:00:57 PM  

Trivia Jockey: I like how they count the NSA surveillance snafu as a conservative victory.  Right, because conservatives have been fighting to limit the scope of the country's anti-terrorism and intelligence-gathering for years.


It has been many years since January of 2009, when something or other happened, I can't quite remember what.
 
2013-12-30 03:01:46 PM  
Um, hello? The Republican Party was able to successfully shift the entire paradigm of victory. In pre-2013 thinking, "victory" existed only a narrow, rigid premise, the sort of "with us or against us," "black vs. white" ideology that, ironically, liberals spent so much time and energy lambasting (perhaps rightfully) George W. Bush for exhibiting. What Republicans have learned and what we can hopefully learn from them is that victory is actually a study in a diversity, a multi-cultural and gender-neutral embodiment of everything that binds us together into one sparkling tapestry. For is it not possible to experience "victory" through loss, to take the lessons one learns from defeat and turn those into something even more valuable than some infantile check in the "win" column? Why, after all, must we be so obsessed with turning every element of our lives into some sport, into some meaningless contest? Why, I ask you? I hope, as should we all, that we can all take some inspiration from the GOP luminaries who this year rose above the petty acquisition of mindless trophies and tried to show us, through example, that the "I" in victory comes only after a "V." That's the same V you'll find in Values. The same V you'll find in Validity. The same V you'll find in Love.
 
2013-12-30 03:03:04 PM  

Phil McKraken: I tend to agree, but I like having a second, competitive party. The GOP will continue moving to the center.


When will they start?
 
2013-12-30 03:03:44 PM  

2013 political winners: assholes. Losers: poor, undocumented, jobless, gun victims, soldiers, glaciers, also everyone.

- George Zornick (@gzornick) December 30, 2013
 
2013-12-30 03:04:03 PM  
Between living in an echo chamber and their re-defining what a "real conservative" believes every week or so the GOP is getting smaller and smaller. I expect it to end up consisting of people who are members in good standing of the John Birch Society. We should, at that point, be able to drown them in a bathtub.
 
2013-12-30 03:05:22 PM  
lulz. History books are going to point to this decade as the high water mark for the Conservative movement that began in America around 1970something and was a distant memory by 2025. This is the end, y'all. Prepare your anuses. For penetration. Gay penetration. Big-dicked gay penetration.
 
2013-12-30 03:05:48 PM  
It's like reading a press release from Hitler's bunker.
 
2013-12-30 03:06:52 PM  

red5ish: Between living in an echo chamber and their re-defining what a "real conservative" believes


Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values".  Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.

I mean, I can make a good case for "taking care of the underprivileged" is a "traditional American value".  So who are these jackasses to define what it means?
 
2013-12-30 03:06:56 PM  

Phil McKraken: The GOP will continue moving to the center.


When did they start?
 
2013-12-30 03:07:21 PM  

Alphax: Phil McKraken: I tend to agree, but I like having a second, competitive party. The GOP will continue moving to the center.

When will they start?


It's like this:
When you drive on a belt-way (a circular highway around a city or metro area, for the unfamiliar), think of the "center" as a straight line down the middle. Driving along from the east-most corner, you're moving "toward" the center, and if you miss your exit, you've gotta go ALL THE WAY AROUND to catch it again.

They're just on the derp part of the circle; they'll be at the center in no time.

// but they don't realize they got off on the John Galt Expressway, where nobody can be bothered to do any maintenance
// so it's just billboards of "Coming Soon: MOAR REAGAN" as far as the eye can potato
 
2013-12-30 03:07:42 PM  
2013 Breitbart still dead, FTW!
 
2013-12-30 03:07:57 PM  

Trivia Jockey: I like how they count the NSA surveillance snafu as a conservative victory.  Right, because conservatives have been fighting to limit the scope of the country's anti-terrorism and intelligence-gathering for years.


Especially when it's being used on them, anyway.
 
2013-12-30 03:08:17 PM  

Phil McKraken: I tend to agree, but I like having a second, competitive party. The GOP will continue moving to the center.


/FTFY
//so close
 
2013-12-30 03:09:54 PM  

Serious Black: Phil McKraken: The GOP will continue moving to the center.

When did they start?


Hell, they overshot! You haven't heard of the marxist hell the US has become?
 
2013-12-30 03:15:18 PM  

Trivia Jockey: Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values". Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.


A friend of mine posted in FB today that whenever she hears the phrase "traditional marriage," she expects to be traded to an abusive landowner for a chest of coins and two milking goats.
 
2013-12-30 03:16:25 PM  

ManateeGag: Provided that the Democrats don't put up a shiatty candidate of their own.


Exactly. The Dems have always been masters of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
 
2013-12-30 03:17:11 PM  

Weaver95: nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.

I prefer the GOP to believe they did nothing wrong. The last thing I want Is for the republicans to start fixing their problems and winning elections!


On the surface I agree with you but if they fixed their problems I actually wouldn't mind them winning elections. Think about it. Right now their biggest problem is they've let the crazies turn them into the Christian Nationalist Party. If they were to fix that problem, dropkick all of the bigoted, reactionary, xenophobic wanks that only appeal to old scared white people, we'd be left with....Randian corporate shills...hmmm.

Okay, I see your point.
 
2013-12-30 03:17:49 PM  

nmrsnr: "Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)


The real victims of the Sandy Hook shooting were conservatives who were temporarily worried that Congress might do something to make their hobby slightly more annoying.

THANK GOD that Congress didn't ACTUALLY pass a law involving tougher background checks. That would be a national tragedy.
 
2013-12-30 03:18:27 PM  

lockers: halfpastnvr: nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.

Hey, it was pretty surprising to Karl Rove.

Totes! He is adorbs with his cray-cray.



Nicely done.
 
2013-12-30 03:18:37 PM  

theorellior: Trivia Jockey: Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values". Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.

A friend of mine posted in FB today that whenever she hears the phrase "traditional marriage," she expects to be traded to an abusive landowner who already has two wives for a chest of coins and two milking goats.


FTFYF.
 
2013-12-30 03:19:04 PM  

theorellior: Trivia Jockey: Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values". Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.

A friend of mine posted in FB today that whenever she hears the phrase "traditional marriage," she expects to be traded to an abusive landowner for a chest of coins and two milking goats.


A chest of coins and two goats? wow what a farking ego on her...
 
2013-12-30 03:21:48 PM  

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: It's like reading a press release from Hitler's bunker.


I'd kinda enjoy reading some subtitles where Adolf (angrily) explains how 2013 is a victory for Republicans.

/wayyy to lazy to cook one up myself.
 
2013-12-30 03:22:32 PM  

Headso: theorellior: Trivia Jockey: Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values". Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.

A friend of mine posted in FB today that whenever she hears the phrase "traditional marriage," she expects to be traded to an abusive landowner for a chest of coins and two milking goats.

A chest of coins and two goats? wow what a farking ego on her...


Are these male goats or female goats?   Female goats are pretty useful...

/for milk...
//yea...
 
2013-12-30 03:22:57 PM  

Headso: theorellior: Trivia Jockey: Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values". Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.

A friend of mine posted in FB today that whenever she hears the phrase "traditional marriage," she expects to be traded to an abusive landowner for a chest of coins and two milking goats.

A chest of coins and two goats? wow what a farking ego on her...


Maybe she's been precertified as having good birthing hips along with boobs and a butt that both defy gravity.
 
2013-12-30 03:23:24 PM  
We're getting close to legal weed, so that's pretty dope.
 
2013-12-30 03:24:34 PM  

Serious Black: Headso: theorellior: Trivia Jockey: Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values". Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.

A friend of mine posted in FB today that whenever she hears the phrase "traditional marriage," she expects to be traded to an abusive landowner for a chest of coins and two milking goats.

A chest of coins and two goats? wow what a farking ego on her...

Maybe she's been precertified as having good birthing hips along with boobs and a butt that both defy gravity.


well, we need pictures now...
 
2013-12-30 03:24:56 PM  
Obama was "systematically defeated by a conservative grass roots movement that diminished gun control and immigration reform while defeating a farm bill."

So apparently the NRA pumping millions of dollars in bribes (sorry, I mean, "campaign contributions") into the hands of Republican Senators is now a "grass roots movement."

And that defeated farm bill will likely mean more expensive dairy and meat projects, as well as ranchers in the northern plains going bankrupt because their cattle were wiped out by early snows this past year.  I hope all those bootstrappy patriots don't eat meat.  FLAWLESS VICTORY!
 
2013-12-30 03:27:13 PM  

fatassbastard: The Dems have always been masters of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.


The 2010 elections showed that the GOP is no slouch there, either.
 
2013-12-30 03:27:43 PM  

Phil McKraken: I tend to agree, but I like having a second, competitive party. The GOP will continue moving to the center.


The only way they'll accomplish that is by moving so far to the right they actually lap themselves.
 
2013-12-30 03:27:48 PM  

theorellior: Trivia Jockey: Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values". Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.

A friend of mine posted in FB today that whenever she hears the phrase "traditional marriage," she expects to be traded to an abusive landowner for a chest of coins and two milking goats.


I'm going to steal this.
 
2013-12-30 03:29:46 PM  
Speaking of Breitbart, the New Year is a good time to remind everyone once again that Big Hollywood is the funniest website on the internet.
 
2013-12-30 03:32:52 PM  
So, defeating a farm bill is a good thing with the GOP base? Spiffy.
 
2013-12-30 03:36:28 PM  

Headso: Serious Black: Headso: theorellior: Trivia Jockey: Kind of the same thing with "traditional American values". Those are whatever conservatives happen to believe in.

A friend of mine posted in FB today that whenever she hears the phrase "traditional marriage," she expects to be traded to an abusive landowner for a chest of coins and two milking goats.

A chest of coins and two goats? wow what a farking ego on her...

Maybe she's been precertified as having good birthing hips along with boobs and a butt that both defy gravity.

well, we need pictures now...


Seconded.  I have goats.  We could work out a deal depending.
 
2013-12-30 03:56:37 PM  

nmrsnr: Okay, now that I've actually clicked the link:

"Obama rode out of the 2012 election as the Emperor of the Planet, with his surprising electoral win over Romney and his wielding of the Newtown tragedy as a weapon against the 2nd amendment" (emphasis mine)

They still refuse to believe that their "unskewed" polls were total BS? They really live on a different planet.


ACORN and lesbosexuals stole the election.
 
2013-12-30 03:57:02 PM  
The Party of the Participation Trophy could NOT be more pleased with themselves!

/and their self-confidence shows it!
 
2013-12-30 04:00:59 PM  
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