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(The Wire)   Home Depot founder who compared Obama to Hitler, then apologized for comparing Obama to Hitler, now compares Obama to Hitler again   (thewire.com) divider line 283
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2014-05-19 03:43:47 PM  

DubtodaIll: whidbey: DubtodaIll: It's just silly how eager the left is to have Obama constantly be considered a victim of political slander even in cases where he is not being slandered.

So you're just going to ignore what's being pointed out to you in this thread.

M'kay.

There are plenty of cases where Obama is directly slandered to get frothy at the mouth over, this is not one of those cases.


So you're just going to give some stinking rich CEO of a corporation that doesn't pay taxes a free pass over comparing the Obama administration to Nazi Germany?

M'kay.
 
2014-05-19 03:44:18 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-05-19 03:44:34 PM  

whidbey: It'shiatlers all the way down...


drawception.com
 
2014-05-19 03:44:40 PM  
Meanwhile, Home Depot's stock is up roughly 270% since Obama took office.
 
2014-05-19 03:47:57 PM  
In all seriousness, my gut tells me that the majority of people in the US who have inherited fortunes in the 9 and 10 digit range are probably otherwise decent people who are just completely clueless as to how big the chasm is between them and everyone else - even the comfortably middle class.  

Most of them probably have enough good sense to quietly enjoy their lives without running around paranoid that someone somewhere might try to take something from them.  A lot of them probably recognize that if the government raised their taxes by 10% the massive gulf of wealth between them and everyone else would shrink the tiniest bit and the whole think would have no effect whatsoever on their lives.
 
2014-05-19 03:49:28 PM  

DeltaPunch: whidbey: It'shiatlers all the way down...

[drawception.com image 300x250]


Haha I didn't even notice the filterpwnage.
 
2014-05-19 03:50:45 PM  

CanisNoir: nitefallz: Do people really think the country's problems started with Obama?  Did everyone forget EVERYTHING prior to the 2008 election when that pretzel-choking doofus was around?

I don't think anyone's forgotten Bill Clintons presidency :)


You mean one of the best economies in modern history and a giant government surplus? Those bad times?
 
2014-05-19 03:53:11 PM  
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-05-19 03:53:20 PM  

whidbey: DubtodaIll: whidbey: DubtodaIll: It's just silly how eager the left is to have Obama constantly be considered a victim of political slander even in cases where he is not being slandered.

So you're just going to ignore what's being pointed out to you in this thread.

M'kay.

There are plenty of cases where Obama is directly slandered to get frothy at the mouth over, this is not one of those cases.

So you're just going to give some stinking rich CEO of a corporation that doesn't pay taxes a free pass over comparing the Obama administration to Nazi Germany?

M'kay.


Well yeah, his opinions about the political environment have no sway over my own.  But I do like how you admitted it's not a direct attack on Obama, even though you're being smarmy about it.
 
2014-05-19 03:55:19 PM  
A handy little guide to invoking Godwin's Law on someone:

Are they a genocidal warmonger: Yes or No?

Yes? Kindly elaborate further.

No? STFU.
 
2014-05-19 03:55:27 PM  

DubtodaIll: whidbey: DubtodaIll: whidbey: DubtodaIll: It's just silly how eager the left is to have Obama constantly be considered a victim of political slander even in cases where he is not being slandered.

So you're just going to ignore what's being pointed out to you in this thread.

M'kay.

There are plenty of cases where Obama is directly slandered to get frothy at the mouth over, this is not one of those cases.

So you're just going to give some stinking rich CEO of a corporation that doesn't pay taxes a free pass over comparing the Obama administration to Nazi Germany?

M'kay.

Well yeah, his opinions about the political environment have no sway over my own.  But I do like how you admitted it's not a direct attack on Obama, even though you're being smarmy about it.


It was a direct attack. I think you missed the part about Langone being too big of a chickenshiat to actually name names.

And you're going out of your way to downplay this. Why, exactly would you have sympathy for this shiatstain who make other privileged people look bad?
 
2014-05-19 03:56:02 PM  
You know who else liked to make home improvements?
 
2014-05-19 03:57:05 PM  

vpb: It's weird how much these guys hate Obama.  It's not like he has done anything radical really.  Democrats today are about like 1970's Republicans.

I guess the political spectrum has moved so far to the right that even what used to be moderate GOP policy is now "socialism".


Well they have a slight point but its not like I care much since I'm poor and the rich should be punished for being successful.

And I think you mean to say the dems of the 60s are closer to the Republicans now, the country is not remotely close to the far right. Its so far left even mentioning you're religious means you hate other people.

The fact medicinal marijuana is being discussed in places like Georgia shows how far the spectrum has shifted. If anyone would have dared suggested this in the 70s-80s they would have been beaten to death on the capital stairs by the Democrats then given to the Republicans for eating.

Far to the right my ass.
 
2014-05-19 03:57:08 PM  

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: You know who else liked to make home improvements?


You know who else had a depot to take you "home?"
 
2014-05-19 04:02:30 PM  

SuperNinjaToad: HD


SuperNinjaToad: Marcus Aurelius: This is nothing compared to what he's done to Home Depot.  It should be criminal.

huh? what did he do to HD? As a consumer I like HD. Don;t know anything about the internal politics but then again I shouldn't.

Now Menard's on the the other hand is not very user friendly fro the shopper.


Don't know if this guy is responsible, but home depot quality has gone to shiat.  Well - gone further to shiat.  They used to be the hardware store equivalent to Walmart.  Now it's closer to K-Mart.  In particular, their hardware is crap in my experience - bolts with deformed threads, terrible selection, and even worse stock if you're looking for anything the least bit unusual (metric), paper thin washers.  Plus the usual complaints about customer service - either nonexistent, or incompetent to the point of dangerous.  Had to interrupt an HD guy once who was telling a customer that he should just put a bigger breaker in his panel, and that would solve the tripping problem.

On the other hand, Ace is fantastic for hardware ... it just may take you an hour to find it in the huge selection and it's not cheap.  If you need it cheap, Big R has the relatively common stuff by the pound.
 
2014-05-19 04:04:11 PM  
I did Nazi that coming.
 
2014-05-19 04:06:34 PM  

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: You know who else liked to make home improvements?


static.tvgcdn.net
These guys?
 
2014-05-19 04:08:02 PM  

Pocket Ninja: 22. Another power number, the one related to the Master Builder. And, a number with twice the value of Hitler's 11, which was itself a doubling of Barack Obama's public persona value, one. 1, 11, 22.

Do you see a pattern emerging?


... so... what you're saying is if the wookie don't fit, you mus acquit?
 
2014-05-19 04:11:34 PM  

Zombies ate my neighbors: Pocket Ninja: 22. Another power number, the one related to the Master Builder. And, a number with twice the value of Hitler's 11, which was itself a doubling of Barack Obama's public persona value, one. 1, 11, 22.

Do you see a pattern emerging?

... so... what you're saying is if the wookie don't fit, you mus acquit?


I suggest a new strategy-- let the wookie win.

Also just noticing PocketNinja has Bush going up to 11.
 
2014-05-19 04:11:36 PM  
They just hate Obama because they think he is a home despot.
 
2014-05-19 04:12:47 PM  

whidbey: DubtodaIll: whidbey: DubtodaIll: whidbey: DubtodaIll: It's just silly how eager the left is to have Obama constantly be considered a victim of political slander even in cases where he is not being slandered.

So you're just going to ignore what's being pointed out to you in this thread.

M'kay.

There are plenty of cases where Obama is directly slandered to get frothy at the mouth over, this is not one of those cases.

So you're just going to give some stinking rich CEO of a corporation that doesn't pay taxes a free pass over comparing the Obama administration to Nazi Germany?

M'kay.

Well yeah, his opinions about the political environment have no sway over my own.  But I do like how you admitted it's not a direct attack on Obama, even though you're being smarmy about it.

It was a direct attack. I think you missed the part about Langone being too big of a chickenshiat to actually name names.

And you're going out of your way to downplay this. Why, exactly would you have sympathy for this shiatstain who make other privileged people look bad?


It wasn't a direct attack.  It doesn't just become a direct attack because someone says it was.  All I'm commenting on is what the guy actually said and what he contained in his non-apologies.  I do not have any sympathy for anyone who tries to use Nazi-referencing analogies to justify any position.  It's inaccurate and in poor taste.  If you want to make believe that he's this awful person who loves to grind poor people into powder then snuff them up his nose then feel free to do so but don't expect me to take you seriously when you do it.  The point I'm making is that liberals turn every bit of anything against the democrats into an attack on Obama, which is not the case in this instance regardless of how much you want to believe it to be so.   Why do you have such vitriol for someone whom you've never met, will never meet, and probably knew nothing about before this event?  It's clear he's being held out simply as an object to rile the electorate and this event offers little substance to any serious discussion.
 
2014-05-19 04:13:38 PM  
Obitler is only about 90% a hitler. Hitler and the original Bolsheviks were the most pure Marxists. Marx wasn't really concerned about importing communism like Trotsky and Obama. And then there is an element of crony capitalism with Obitler.
 
2014-05-19 04:16:42 PM  
Never pull a godwin, it's asinine.

In his defense, no where did he compare Obama to Hitler.  But if you are gonna bring up Nazi Germany and their political ideologies, you gotta pay the moron tax.
 
2014-05-19 04:16:55 PM  

IvyLady: In all seriousness, my gut tells me that the majority of people in the US who have inherited fortunes in the 9 and 10 digit range are probably otherwise decent people who are just completely clueless as to how big the chasm is between them and everyone else - even the comfortably middle class.  

Most of them probably have enough good sense to quietly enjoy their lives without running around paranoid that someone somewhere might try to take something from them.  A lot of them probably recognize that if the government raised their taxes by 10% the massive gulf of wealth between them and everyone else would shrink the tiniest bit and the whole think would have no effect whatsoever on their lives.


Do you think that the gap would decrease because that extra 10% would make you richer? You're wrong. The gulf would marginally decrease because you would be making them poorer. That's not a good solution.
 
2014-05-19 04:18:17 PM  

DubtodaIll: It wasn't a direct attack.  It doesn't just become a direct attack because someone says it was.


Actually, you're the only here who is saying it wasn't.

If you want to make believe that he's this awful person who loves to grind poor people into powder then snuff them up his nose then feel free to do so but don't expect me to take you seriously when you do it. The point I'm making is that liberals turn every bit of anything against the democrats into an attack on Obama, which is not the case in this instance regardless of how much you want to believe it to be so.

So you're not even going to admit the guy is a total shiatbag making inane comparisons. M'kay.

Why do you have such vitriol for someone whom you've never met, will never meet, and probably knew nothing about before this event?

I have "vitriol" for any 1%-er who talks shiat like this. And so should you.

It's clear he's being held out simply as an object to rile the electorate and this event offers little substance to any serious discussion.

More like you simply don't like the results of the discussion and want to turn this into a non-issue.
 
2014-05-19 04:19:33 PM  

vpb: It's weird how much these guys hate Obama.  It's not like he has done anything radical really.  Democrats today are about like 1970's Republicans.

I guess the political spectrum has moved so far to the right that even what used to be moderate GOP policy is now "socialism".


This. It's amusing.
 
2014-05-19 04:20:16 PM  

CanisNoir: The gulf would marginally decrease because you would be making them poorer. That's not a good solution.


So rich people who could eat at the fanciest restaurants they want, buy another car/house/boat/etc would be "made poorer" because their tax rate went up 10%.

Nice bit of logic there.
 
2014-05-19 04:23:13 PM  

whidbey: DubtodaIll: It wasn't a direct attack.  It doesn't just become a direct attack because someone says it was.

Actually, you're the only here who is saying it wasn't.

If you want to make believe that he's this awful person who loves to grind poor people into powder then snuff them up his nose then feel free to do so but don't expect me to take you seriously when you do it. The point I'm making is that liberals turn every bit of anything against the democrats into an attack on Obama, which is not the case in this instance regardless of how much you want to believe it to be so.

So you're not even going to admit the guy is a total shiatbag making inane comparisons. M'kay.

Why do you have such vitriol for someone whom you've never met, will never meet, and probably knew nothing about before this event?

I have "vitriol" for any 1%-er who talks shiat like this. And so should you.

It's clear he's being held out simply as an object to rile the electorate and this event offers little substance to any serious discussion.

More like you simply don't like the results of the discussion and want to turn this into a non-issue.


Ok, so instead of actually engaging the article you just try anger me or something in a point by point dissection of the points you think you can win on and ignore everything else I'm saying.  Geez man, get a hobby.  No I don't hold hate in my heart for every 1%er.  I've never had one stop me from pursuing any of my goals, therefore, they are irrelevant in my life.  You can make up whatever demons you want about why your life isn't as good as someone else's or whatever but you would be better served if you concentrated on yourself and the efforts you can make to better your own life than worry yourself over the actions of others.
 
2014-05-19 04:26:38 PM  

DubtodaIll: Ok, so instead of actually engaging the article you just try anger me or something in a point by point dissection of the points you think you can win on and ignore everything else I'm saying.  Geez man, get a hobby.  No I don't hold hate in my heart for every 1%er.


I don't either. Some get it and give back to their communities, others, like Langone, talk shiat that deserves condemnation.

 I've never had one stop me from pursuing any of my goals, therefore, they are irrelevant in my life.  You can make up whatever demons you want about why your life isn't as good as someone else's or whatever but you would be better served if you concentrated on yourself and the efforts you can make to better your own life than worry yourself over the actions of others.

You are either confusing my responses to mean something else, or you are deflecting from the actual topic.

My objection is to this shiatbag comparing this administration to Nazi Germany for the reasons I've already related to you several times now.
 
2014-05-19 04:26:55 PM  

TV's Vinnie: Back in the 30's, what did they compare Hitler to?


I think Atilla the Hun was the former gold standard fro evil prior to Adolph;s arrival, now ask yourself this: How did you graphically depict someone having a brilliant idea prior to Edison's invention of the lightbulb?
 
2014-05-19 04:30:30 PM  
Lowe's hates Muslims, Home Depot founder is crazy, where the fark am I supposed to buy a wrench? Wal-mart?
 
2014-05-19 04:37:57 PM  
Subby was successful hookin 'em on this one.
 
2014-05-19 05:08:33 PM  

moothemagiccow: Lowe's hates Muslims, Home Depot founder is crazy, where the fark am I supposed to buy a wrench? Wal-mart?


SAVE BIG MONEY AT MENARDS
 
2014-05-19 05:15:40 PM  

CanisNoir: IvyLady: In all seriousness, my gut tells me that the majority of people in the US who have inherited fortunes in the 9 and 10 digit range are probably otherwise decent people who are just completely clueless as to how big the chasm is between them and everyone else - even the comfortably middle class.  

Most of them probably have enough good sense to quietly enjoy their lives without running around paranoid that someone somewhere might try to take something from them.  A lot of them probably recognize that if the government raised their taxes by 10% the massive gulf of wealth between them and everyone else would shrink the tiniest bit and the whole think would have no effect whatsoever on their lives.

Do you think that the gap would decrease because that extra 10% would make you richer? You're wrong. The gulf would marginally decrease because you would be making them poorer. That's not a good solution.


This is my point.  I wasn't advocating anything, let alone a 10% tax increase.  I merely pointed out that even a (gasp!) whopping (gasp!) 10% tax increase doesn't appreciably affect lifestyle or the accumulation of wealth for these folks and I'm sure that most of them understand that.  

So take a breath and calm down.  No one was advocating a tax increase on people you have never and will never know that will have no effect whatsoever on their lives.
 
2014-05-19 05:22:20 PM  

whidbey: TV's Vinnie: Back in the 30's, what did they compare Hitler to?

I dunno. They didn't have the Internet back then.


If I recall correctly it would have been the pharaohs.
 
2014-05-19 05:38:20 PM  

whidbey: CanisNoir: The gulf would marginally decrease because you would be making them poorer. That's not a good solution.

So rich people who could eat at the fanciest restaurants they want, buy another car/house/boat/etc would be "made poorer" because their tax rate went up 10%.

Nice bit of logic there.


So your saying that paying more in taxes doesn't mean you have less? Are you high?
 
2014-05-19 05:40:53 PM  

CanisNoir: whidbey: CanisNoir: The gulf would marginally decrease because you would be making them poorer. That's not a good solution.

So rich people who could eat at the fanciest restaurants they want, buy another car/house/boat/etc would be "made poorer" because their tax rate went up 10%.

Nice bit of logic there.

So your saying that paying more in taxes doesn't mean you have less? Are you high?


You are debating a salad bar.
 
2014-05-19 05:44:51 PM  

Magorn: TV's Vinnie: Back in the 30's, what did they compare Hitler to?

I think Atilla the Hun was the former gold standard fro evil prior to Adolph;s arrival,


Nah, Woodrow Wilson.
 
2014-05-19 05:46:30 PM  

CanisNoir: whidbey: CanisNoir: The gulf would marginally decrease because you would be making them poorer. That's not a good solution.

So rich people who could eat at the fanciest restaurants they want, buy another car/house/boat/etc would be "made poorer" because their tax rate went up 10%.

Nice bit of logic there.

So your saying that paying more in taxes doesn't mean you have less? Are you high?


You're high to think that they still wouldn't be rich. Hell we had a 90% tax rate once and they stayed rich.

I can never understand why someone who touts himself as "middle class" would stick up for such an incredible economic disparity. They don't owe you anything.
 
2014-05-19 05:47:33 PM  

The_Forensicator: You are debating a salad bar.


Translation: I have no arguments of my own, I tried them and they failed miserably. I have no intention of making a real point here.
 
2014-05-19 05:54:47 PM  

IvyLady: CanisNoir: IvyLady: In all seriousness, my gut tells me that the majority of people in the US who have inherited fortunes in the 9 and 10 digit range are probably otherwise decent people who are just completely clueless as to how big the chasm is between them and everyone else - even the comfortably middle class.  

Most of them probably have enough good sense to quietly enjoy their lives without running around paranoid that someone somewhere might try to take something from them.  A lot of them probably recognize that if the government raised their taxes by 10% the massive gulf of wealth between them and everyone else would shrink the tiniest bit and the whole think would have no effect whatsoever on their lives.

Do you think that the gap would decrease because that extra 10% would make you richer? You're wrong. The gulf would marginally decrease because you would be making them poorer. That's not a good solution.

This is my point.  I wasn't advocating anything, let alone a 10% tax increase.  I merely pointed out that even a (gasp!) whopping (gasp!) 10% tax increase doesn't appreciably affect lifestyle or the accumulation of wealth for these folks and I'm sure that most of them understand that.  

So take a breath and calm down.  No one was advocating a tax increase on people you have never and will never know that will have no effect whatsoever on their lives.


I'm not paniced; my point was that people claiming that the rich need to pay more taxes to decrease wealth disparity is really just about punishing success because that wont make poor people richer, just rich people poorer. We need a real solution, not class warfare.
 
2014-05-19 05:55:54 PM  

Ball Sack Obama: Oh, please... nary a week went by during Bush's time if office where someone wasn't comparing him to Hitler.

Your outrage is noted.


I thought they were calling him the antichrist weekly.

And while no, Obama is not Hitler--or even remotely in the same universe--the point about democratically elected leaders becoming tyrannical despots who do Very Bad Things(TM) is well made. Putin was elected in 2000, 2004, and 2012. Saddam Hussein was "elected" by referendum in 2002 (not sure it counts when there's only one candidate...), and it's not hard to go through history and note where people make stupid choices and elect bad leaders--because anyone who stands for election to be the leader of a country has got some ego and power issues to begin with (if you think you're the person to run a nation and want to have that kind of power, you are most likely singularly unqualified to do so).

Where Lanzone really misses the mark though is that the Nazi party was elected to positions in government, but only had about 1/3 or so of the government at the time. Hitler was actually appointed to his position, if memory serves... which pretty much tells us all we need to know about why appointing our federal judges and heads of government agencies is a Very Bad Idea(TM). :D
 
2014-05-19 05:55:59 PM  
Compare him to Hitler?  No.  Aside from the whole sociopathic kill the Jews thing, Hitler had competent help.  Our President doesn't even have that.  I think a better comparison would be:
img.fark.net
Because at least the President killed Bin Laden...which is kind of like making the trains run on time.  Sort of.  Oh screw it...here's the real comparison:
img.fark.net
 
2014-05-19 06:01:14 PM  

bobothemagnificent: Compare him to Hitler?  No.  Aside from the whole sociopathic kill the Jews thing, Hitler had competent help.  Our President doesn't even have that.  I think a better comparison would be:
[img.fark.net image 185x273]
Because at least the President killed Bin Laden...which is kind of like making the trains run on time.  Sort of.  Oh screw it...here's the real comparison:
[img.fark.net image 300x206]


...you just compared him to a dead teenage king. Ouch.


Also, another dead leader (Benazhir Bhutto) would like a word on the bin Laden matter...

/not sure who's telling the truth on that one, but it wouldn't surprise me to learn it's not our government.
 
2014-05-19 06:04:16 PM  

CanisNoir: IvyLady: CanisNoir: IvyLady: In all seriousness, my gut tells me that the majority of people in the US who have inherited fortunes in the 9 and 10 digit range are probably otherwise decent people who are just completely clueless as to how big the chasm is between them and everyone else - even the comfortably middle class.  

Most of them probably have enough good sense to quietly enjoy their lives without running around paranoid that someone somewhere might try to take something from them.  A lot of them probably recognize that if the government raised their taxes by 10% the massive gulf of wealth between them and everyone else would shrink the tiniest bit and the whole think would have no effect whatsoever on their lives.

Do you think that the gap would decrease because that extra 10% would make you richer? You're wrong. The gulf would marginally decrease because you would be making them poorer. That's not a good solution.

This is my point.  I wasn't advocating anything, let alone a 10% tax increase.  I merely pointed out that even a (gasp!) whopping (gasp!) 10% tax increase doesn't appreciably affect lifestyle or the accumulation of wealth for these folks and I'm sure that most of them understand that.  

So take a breath and calm down.  No one was advocating a tax increase on people you have never and will never know that will have no effect whatsoever on their lives.

I'm not paniced; my point was that people claiming that the rich need to pay more taxes to decrease wealth disparity is really just about punishing success because that wont make poor people richer, just rich people poorer. We need a real solution, not class warfare.


This is fascinating.  Again, I wasn't actually "advocating that the rich need to pay more taxes to decrease wealth disparity."  First, my syntax isn't that bad.  Second, (and for the third time), I never advocated any tax increase.  I used a tax increase as an illustrative example of a different concept altogether.
 
2014-05-19 06:12:14 PM  

Pocket Ninja: Is this conclusive? No. But it is a beginning. It is a beginning of a pattern, a pattern that, if true, could signify something terrible indeed. We must find these patterns, shed the light of truth on them, before all is lost.


Or, just turn the calculator upside down.  It spells a word.
 
2014-05-19 06:15:49 PM  

TV's Vinnie: Back in the 30's, what did they compare Hitler to?


Charlie Chaplin I shait you not.

Marcus Aurelius: The help in my local store was given surliness injections, and in store services have gone away. I used to be able to get tiles cut at Home Depot. I tried last year and the guy in the tile department insisted they had never cut tile, and if I wanted a tile cut, I could, maybe "go find a contractor like everyone else, you moron".


I haven't been able stand shopping at Home Depot because the employees all seem 'unhappy'

So I shop at Loews and Orchard Supply Hardware. At OSH I see the same people working there year in year out.
 
2014-05-19 06:18:10 PM  

trappedspirit: Pocket Ninja: Is this conclusive? No. But it is a beginning. It is a beginning of a pattern, a pattern that, if true, could signify something terrible indeed. We must find these patterns, shed the light of truth on them, before all is lost.

Or, just turn the calculator upside down.  It spells a word.


7734...7734...7734...7734...7734...7734...7734...7734...7734...7734.. .
 
2014-05-19 06:28:45 PM  

Cdr.Murdock: Whidbey claims that pointing out that they did this to Bush basically on a weekly basis is somehow an apology for the Bush years.


I know you remember it like that, but your memory is deceiving you.
 
2014-05-19 06:30:34 PM  

knobmaker: Cdr.Murdock: Whidbey claims that pointing out that they did this to Bush basically on a weekly basis is somehow an apology for the Bush years.

I know you remember it like that, but your memory is deceiving you.


Also I didn't claim anything of the sort. Must have been another login I took out the woodshed.
 
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