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2014-05-04 03:08:44 PM
Subby, most people see "WND" as the link and don't even read the headline.  THAT's where you lose their attention.
 
2014-05-04 03:52:08 PM
 
2014-05-04 04:01:03 PM
"Look at what (Gov. Bobby) Jindal is doing in Louisiana on education"

Congratulations, they topped West Virginia, but still ranked worse than Mississippi & Arkansas.

"but limited government approaches lead to well-run governments and economic success, such as in North Dakota's energy production"

If only God placed oil fields under every state.
 
2014-05-04 04:01:29 PM
Took one for the team and read the article. It actually wasn't as derpy as I expected. Here's a summary:

Is America past the tipping point? In spite of a huge deficit, expanding federal powers, and badness the answer is nope. We need small decentralized platoons of families, churches and, other community groups to do stuff. There are various anecdotes sprinkled throughout. End of summary
 
2014-05-04 04:22:35 PM
The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

Slavery?
 
2014-05-04 04:24:21 PM
 The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

Getting Russia and Germany to devastate each other, then nuking Japan?
 
2014-05-04 04:38:02 PM

Sliding Carp: The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

Getting Russia and Germany to devastate each other, then nuking Japan?


No, no, no... It was by slaughtering untold numbers of natives, taking their land, then starting a war with a bordering country and taking half their territory.

I'm looking at you, Canada.  Nice piece of land, that British Columbia.  It'd be a shame if anything were to happen to it.
 
2014-05-04 04:48:56 PM

doyner: Sliding Carp: The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

Getting Russia and Germany to devastate each other, then nuking Japan?

No, no, no... It was by slaughtering untold numbers of natives, taking their land, then starting a war with a bordering country and taking half their territory.

I'm looking at you, Canada.  Nice piece of land, that British Columbia.  It'd be a shame if anything were to happen to it.


You can't invade Canada. All their native moose and beavers and polar bears will rise up and wreak havoc on the invading forces, just like in Avatar.
 
2014-05-04 04:49:06 PM

shanrick: http://assholeoftheday.us/search/jim+demint


Interesting website. Thank you for sharing.
 
2014-05-04 04:51:22 PM
With a national debt well north of $17 trillion

ctrl+f "military" = 0 results found
 
2014-05-04 04:55:11 PM
Yes, we have some great schools here in Louisiana, but not because of Jindal. He's farked up everything he's touched.
 
2014-05-04 04:56:17 PM
Jim Demint?  WND?

thepatronsaintofsuperheroes.files.wordpress.com

It's like there's no possible way I could click on that link and maintain my sanity.
 
2014-05-04 05:00:34 PM

Lionel Mandrake: The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

Slavery?


Win-win! We rise stronger than ever and blacks get to be better off again, "picking cotton and having a family life"!
 
2014-05-04 05:01:42 PM

LadySusan: Took one for the team and read the article. It actually wasn't as derpy as I expected. Here's a summary:

Is America past the tipping point? In spite of a huge deficit, expanding federal powers, and badness the answer is nope. We need small decentralized platoons of families, churches and, other community groups to do stuff. There are various anecdotes sprinkled throughout. End of summary


"I have had a book ghost written: buy it."
 
2014-05-04 05:12:23 PM
In his new book, "Falling In Love With America Again"

Republicans stopped loving America when she elected a black president.
 
2014-05-04 05:20:40 PM
Actually, subby, you lost me at "Heritage Foundation."
 
2014-05-04 05:21:08 PM

CorporatePerson: In his new book, "Falling In Love With America Again"

Republicans stopped loving America when she elected a black president.


They just want their country back.
 
2014-05-04 05:22:55 PM
15 comments into the thread and already 2 racist slurs and 1 blaming military spending for the cause of all our woes.
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1992 called, they want their playbook back.
 
2014-05-04 05:24:27 PM
No, we haven't past the tipping point, despite conservatives' attempts to drive this country straight over the cliff for our own good.
 
2014-05-04 05:26:26 PM

bobothemagnificent: 15 comments into the thread and already 2 racist slurs and 1 blaming military spending for the cause of all our woes.
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1992 called, they want their playbook back.


lolwut?
 
2014-05-04 05:26:27 PM

bobothemagnificent: and 1 blaming military spending for the cause of all our woes.


As we non-trolls know, there is absolutely zero waste and redundancies in the Defense budget, it's all in those other departments we don't like.

I got your back.
 
2014-05-04 05:28:37 PM

Lionel Mandrake: The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

Slavery?


Having the rest of the world bomb their industrial production to per-industrial levels again.
 
2014-05-04 05:29:37 PM

Lionel Mandrake: The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

Slavery?


Jesus.

We need moar Jesus
 
2014-05-04 05:30:12 PM

But Wait There's More: "but limited government approaches lead to well-run governments and economic success, such as in North Dakota's energy production"

If only God placed oil fields under every state.


Of course, the two big air bases are 'small government' contributions to the economy.  Only having one person for every 12 farking square miles limits government, too.
 
2014-05-04 05:34:52 PM

Mrtraveler01: bobothemagnificent: and 1 blaming military spending for the cause of all our woes.

As we non-trolls know, there is absolutely zero waste and redundancies in the Defense budget, it's all in those other departments we don't like.

I got your back.


I feel safer already.  Every department and program needs to have their budget cut.  We can start with all of the President's vacations.  Camp David is all he needs.  Then we can work our way up from there.   I'd love to figure out why a hammer costs 30,000 bucks and a toilet seat costs 50,000.  I'd also love to see how much fraud and corruption has caused the budget to asplode to its current derp level.  I have a feeling I know the answer, and I'm putting in for a couple miles of piano wire so I can start the hangings.
 
2014-05-04 05:39:39 PM
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Let's hear it for free enterprise and less government interference with industry. woo.
 
2014-05-04 05:42:10 PM
The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

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2014-05-04 05:42:31 PM
I read the article, and survived!... with my sanity undetectably unaltered.

Do I win a T-shirt or a hat?

(He's pimping a book)
 
2014-05-04 05:43:54 PM

Kittypie070: greatness


Yay! Greatness!
 
2014-05-04 05:45:12 PM

red5ish: LadySusan: Took one for the team and read the article. It actually wasn't as derpy as I expected. Here's a summary:

Is America past the tipping point? In spite of a huge deficit, expanding federal powers, and badness the answer is nope. We need small decentralized platoons of families, churches and, other community groups to do stuff. There are various anecdotes sprinkled throughout. End of summary

"I have had a book ghost written: buy it."


This. As soon as I saw WND, I knew there was a book being sold. The only surprise was how far into the article it was mentioned.
 
2014-05-04 05:47:51 PM

red5ish: [img.fark.net image 850x601]
Let's hear it for free enterprise and less government interference with industry. woo.


Oh *SNAP*. There go the talking points.
 
2014-05-04 05:48:10 PM
Sorry. I was distracted by that business plan for marketing JimDMints™ for cunnllingus afficionados.

everystockphoto.s3.amazonaws.com
 
2014-05-04 05:49:55 PM

bobothemagnificent: I'd love to figure out why a hammer costs 30,000 bucks and a toilet seat costs 50,000.


Speaking of the 1992 playbook...
 
2014-05-04 05:52:16 PM

red5ish: LadySusan: Took one for the team and read the article. It actually wasn't as derpy as I expected. Here's a summary:

Is America past the tipping point? In spite of a huge deficit, expanding federal powers, and badness the answer is nope. We need small decentralized platoons of families, churches and, other community groups to do stuff. There are various anecdotes sprinkled throughout. End of summary

"I have had a book ghost written: buy it."


Oh, yes, sorry! That was an important point. My summary sucks.
 
2014-05-04 05:53:09 PM

Aarontology: bobothemagnificent: I'd love to figure out why a hammer costs 30,000 bucks and a toilet seat costs 50,000.

Speaking of the 1992 playbook...


The best part, though, is just a few posts earlier he was whining about people objecting to military spending.
 
2014-05-04 05:55:07 PM

red5ish: [img.fark.net image 850x601]
Let's hear it for free enterprise and less government interference with industry. woo.


I don't hear the people of North Dakota complaining about their booming economy.  I'd also like to know how much oil was spilled.  Because if you're talking about a total of less than 100 gallons, over that big an area, you just made yourself look like a fool.
 
2014-05-04 05:58:16 PM

bobothemagnificent: red5ish: [img.fark.net image 850x601]
Let's hear it for free enterprise and less government interference with industry. woo.

I don't hear the people of North Dakota complaining about their booming economy.  I'd also like to know how much oil was spilled.  Because if you're talking about a total of less than 100 gallons, over that big an area, you just made yourself look like a fool.


I'm sorry you can't convince rational people to buy into your fossil fuel boondoggle. I really am.
 
2014-05-04 06:01:26 PM

bobothemagnificent: I don't hear the people of North Dakota complaining about their booming economy. I'd also like to know how much oil was spilled. Because if you're talking about a total of less than 100 gallons, over that big an area, you just made yourself look like a fool.


We are really getting all the waves of conservative trolls, now comes the special ed student

And here are some people complaining

https://www.propublica.org/article/the-other-fracking-north-dakotas- oi l-boom-brings-damage-along-with-prosperi

But it's only the environment, no big deal. As long as you have your lifted truck, tapout tshirts and hats, and beer money, you got yours.
 
2014-05-04 06:02:58 PM

Bob Robert: tapout tshirts and hats


Not yet I don't... ;-)
 
2014-05-04 06:05:34 PM
Wrong user name, just like I said a few days ago, when you trolls jump into multiple topics you can't keep up with who is trolling who.
 
2014-05-04 06:08:21 PM

bobothemagnificent: Mrtraveler01: bobothemagnificent: and 1 blaming military spending for the cause of all our woes.

As we non-trolls know, there is absolutely zero waste and redundancies in the Defense budget, it's all in those other departments we don't like.

I got your back.

I feel safer already.  Every department and program needs to have their budget cut.  We can start with all of the President's vacations.  Camp David is all he needs.  Then we can work our way up from there.   I'd love to figure out why a hammer costs 30,000 bucks and a toilet seat costs 50,000.  I'd also love to see how much fraud and corruption has caused the budget to asplode to its current derp level.  I have a feeling I know the answer, and I'm putting in for a couple miles of piano wire so I can start the hangings.


Given that you've never proven that you successfully can tie your shoes, much less know anything about anything, I highly doubt you know the answer to this one.
 
2014-05-04 06:10:22 PM

Bob Robert: bobothemagnificent: I don't hear the people of North Dakota complaining about their booming economy. I'd also like to know how much oil was spilled. Because if you're talking about a total of less than 100 gallons, over that big an area, you just made yourself look like a fool.

We are really getting all the waves of conservative trolls, now comes the special ed student

And here are some people complaining

https://www.propublica.org/article/the-other-fracking-north-dakotas- oi l-boom-brings-damage-along-with-prosperi

But it's only the environment, no big deal. As long as you have your lifted truck, tapout tshirts and hats, and beer money, you got yours.


Wait till the dinosaur juice runs out, and the folks who made a fortune all disappear for spots unknown - leaving behind environmental disaster and a whole bunch of homeless people.
 
2014-05-04 06:11:02 PM

Lionel Mandrake: The nation can rise stronger than ever simply by following the proven course that triggered greatness in the first place.

Slavery?


http://youtu.be/C0-FWweJLRc 

'Slavery is an ugly word, but welfare is an uglier one..'
 
2014-05-04 06:12:54 PM

BMulligan: Bob Robert: bobothemagnificent: I don't hear the people of North Dakota complaining about their booming economy. I'd also like to know how much oil was spilled. Because if you're talking about a total of less than 100 gallons, over that big an area, you just made yourself look like a fool.

We are really getting all the waves of conservative trolls, now comes the special ed student

And here are some people complaining

https://www.propublica.org/article/the-other-fracking-north-dakotas- oi l-boom-brings-damage-along-with-prosperi

But it's only the environment, no big deal. As long as you have your lifted truck, tapout tshirts and hats, and beer money, you got yours.

Wait till the dinosaur juice runs out, and the folks who made a fortune all disappear for spots unknown - leaving behind environmental disaster and a whole bunch of homeless people.


No worries. Coal and shale can always be turned into dinosaur juice.and we've got a lot of it--the MOST of it.. There will always be potential for millions of jobs so that people can buy their own homes.
 
2014-05-04 06:13:59 PM

Bob Robert: Wrong user name, just like I said a few days ago, when you trolls jump into multiple topics you can't keep up with who is trolling who.


Easy to do when they're all using the same talking points handed down by Rush "Dominican rent boys? WHERE?!!!" Limbaugh and Glenn "Zoo Keeper with a new gimmick" Beck
 
2014-05-04 06:15:21 PM

nijika: Jim Demint?  WND?

[thepatronsaintofsuperheroes.files.wordpress.com image 352x262]

It's like there's no possible way I could click on that link and maintain my sanity.


I always felt they smiled a lot for Vulcans. They don't teach Kolinahr to meta-Vulcans?
 
2014-05-04 06:16:57 PM

whidbey: BMulligan: Bob Robert: bobothemagnificent: I don't hear the people of North Dakota complaining about their booming economy. I'd also like to know how much oil was spilled. Because if you're talking about a total of less than 100 gallons, over that big an area, you just made yourself look like a fool.

We are really getting all the waves of conservative trolls, now comes the special ed student

And here are some people complaining

https://www.propublica.org/article/the-other-fracking-north-dakotas- oi l-boom-brings-damage-along-with-prosperi

But it's only the environment, no big deal. As long as you have your lifted truck, tapout tshirts and hats, and beer money, you got yours.

Wait till the dinosaur juice runs out, and the folks who made a fortune all disappear for spots unknown - leaving behind environmental disaster and a whole bunch of homeless people.

No worries. Coal and shale can always be turned into dinosaur juice.and we've got a lot of it--the MOST of it.. There will always be potential for millions of jobs so that people can buy their own homes.


What are we going to do for plastics once all the petroleum is gone though?
 
2014-05-04 06:18:51 PM
No mention of big money politics?

Because that's what has pushed us over the cliff.
 
2014-05-04 06:20:00 PM

Crotchrocket Slim: whidbey: BMulligan: Bob Robert: bobothemagnificent: I don't hear the people of North Dakota complaining about their booming economy. I'd also like to know how much oil was spilled. Because if you're talking about a total of less than 100 gallons, over that big an area, you just made yourself look like a fool.

We are really getting all the waves of conservative trolls, now comes the special ed student

And here are some people complaining

https://www.propublica.org/article/the-other-fracking-north-dakotas- oi l-boom-brings-damage-along-with-prosperi

But it's only the environment, no big deal. As long as you have your lifted truck, tapout tshirts and hats, and beer money, you got yours.

Wait till the dinosaur juice runs out, and the folks who made a fortune all disappear for spots unknown - leaving behind environmental disaster and a whole bunch of homeless people.

No worries. Coal and shale can always be turned into dinosaur juice.and we've got a lot of it--the MOST of it.. There will always be potential for millions of jobs so that people can buy their own homes.

What are we going to do for plastics once all the petroleum is gone though?


Oh we've got about 300 years of coal left. Not our problem, really.
Plus, plastics can be recycled--If it's absolutely necessary.
 
2014-05-04 06:22:20 PM
Oh, there's plenty of carbon lying around.

deadhomersociety.files.wordpress.com
 
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