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2015-11-17 9:52:02 PM  

udhq: Aetre: Three down. That's not surprising, and neither is Jindal specifically. But that all 3 to quit so far are governors? That Perry, Jindal, and Walker are out before Paul, Santorum, and Huckabee?

Gotta admit, I wouldn't have put the odds on that streak.

At this point, when there are 10+ candidates, it's more about fundraising than actual support, and I'll be damned if those fundies aren't good for a buck here and there.


Oh yeah. The fundraising and the new campaign rules are the main reasons that most of these clowns persist. Most of them (except Trump, not sure) were only running to get that sweet sweet campaign donation money that they could convert later.  $$$ cha ching!
 
2015-11-17 9:53:25 PM  

BSABSVR: All the candidates who quit have said that God told them to run. So is God a giant liar, are there many gods or are the candidates hearing voices?


they all said god told them to run so they did but to be fair not one of them said he promised them they would win. No one is a liar in this case.
 
2015-11-17 9:53:39 PM  

silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101


Tard fight!
 
2015-11-17 9:56:03 PM  

KarmicDisaster: silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101

Tard fight!


What?

/ Are you looking for an opponent?
 
2015-11-17 9:57:49 PM  

silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101


Oh for fark's sake
 
2015-11-17 9:58:50 PM  

qorkfiend: silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101

Oh for fark's sake


Not even trying to hide it any more.
 
2015-11-17 9:59:01 PM  

Zerochance: This always comes up in every Jindal thread.

I'm a naturalized immigrant, and like Jindal, I was raised in the deep South.  I anglicized my name because I thought it would make life a little easier for myself, which twenty years ago, was very much the case.  I am very proud of my heritage, but when you're a Latino kid in the deep south, you have to be pragmatic, and going by an American name (which is actually a direct English translation of my Spanish name) definitely helped me break down barriers.  I firmly believe that and I don't hold it against Jindal for doing the same.  My siblings all did it, as did many of my cousins and other Hispanic acquaintances.  It's very common within first and second-generation Hispanic immigrants, actually.

Even Obama went by "Barry" in his college years (which is widely mocked by Republicans), so even though he did end up using his birth name for his political life, he anglicized his name for many years, probably out of a similar need to fit in.  Nothing uncommon about that.

So, I'll give ole' Bobby a free pass for not going by his Indian name.

What I do find absolutely farking hilarious is that portrait of his where his skin is several shades lighter.  Motherfarker, we know what you look like, and that ain't it.  That's fair game.  Rip him for that.


Sorry, born in Houma, Louisiana, lived there til I was 12, moved to New Orleans, college in Thibodaux, with a Colombian father, who went to the same college as I did in the 60s right off the boat from Colombia, neither of us had a problem.  Bobby changed his name and religeon to suck politics dick.  Funny how I never had any problems fitting in.
 
2015-11-17 9:59:40 PM  

ScaryBottles: This farking idiot will be lucky to keep his current bullshiat job.

Seriously what the fark made him or Ben Carson for that matter, think that the GOP would ever nominate a brown dude?


They HAVE to be delusional, ignorant, or paid by party bosses to run so that the party doesn't look racist. My money is on the last one.
 
2015-11-17 10:05:39 PM  
I'm astonished at the open racism in this thread. There are too many Indian "jokes" to even list, and I'll bet most of the subbies thought they were being wildly funny and not at all racist. Think again.

Indian-Americans are pissing off white folks by working harder at school and taking college places the white folks thought they owned.  Get used to it. They really are smarter than you, and they and their parents made huge sacrifices to get their kids an education. Isn't that the American dream?

There are a lot of things you can say against Bobby Jindal, but the fact that he westernized his first name is not one of them. Quit with the Pijush jokes.  A child cannot choose his name. He was by all accounts a lousy governor and had no chance of making it in the primaries. Joke about that, if you will. But this flood of racism is something I did not expect here.
 
2015-11-17 10:05:42 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: [s3-origin-images.politico.com image 605x328]

Obama: "I've done pretty well in my political career using my birth name. You ought to give that a try next time, Piyush."


My mom would beat me with a heavy stick if I shed the name she gave me in order to advance my career. She would prolly refuse to ever address me as the new name as well.
 
2015-11-17 10:06:12 PM  

silly season: KarmicDisaster: silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101

Tard fight!

What?

/ Are you looking for an opponent?


Apparently. Sorry.
 
2015-11-17 10:06:35 PM  

WillJM8528: ScaryBottles: This farking idiot will be lucky to keep his current bullshiat job.

Seriously what the fark made him or Ben Carson for that matter, think that the GOP would ever nominate a brown dude?

They HAVE to be delusional, ignorant, or paid by party bosses to run so that the party doesn't look racist. My money is on the last one.


I could buy that of Rubio but have you gotten a gander at the creepy depressing farking cave Tom Carson lives in?

Until I saw that shiat I assumed Neurosurgeon was a high salary profession. If they've been handing him cash he hasn't spent any on improving his living conditions.
 
2015-11-17 10:08:45 PM  

sillydragon: qorkfiend: silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101

Oh for fark's sake

Not even trying to hide it any more.


And he pretends to want to take an oath to uphold the constitution while saying insanely unconstitutional shiat like that without a hint of cognitive dissonance.  Not a twinge.
 
2015-11-17 10:08:59 PM  

sillydragon: qorkfiend: silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101

Oh for fark's sake

Not even trying to hide it any more.


Our imaginary sky wizard is better than your imaginary sky wizard!

Uh Uh, Ours is better than yours!

Ad infinitum,  ad nauseam
 
2015-11-17 10:11:05 PM  

ElizaDoolittle: I'm astonished at the open racism in this thread. There are too many Indian "jokes" to even list, and I'll bet most of the subbies thought they were being wildly funny and not at all racist. Think again.

Indian-Americans are pissing off white folks by working harder at school and taking college places the white folks thought they owned.  Get used to it. They really are smarter than you, and they and their parents made huge sacrifices to get their kids an education. Isn't that the American dream?

There are a lot of things you can say against Bobby Jindal, but the fact that he westernized his first name is not one of them. Quit with the Pijush jokes.  A child cannot choose his name. He was by all accounts a lousy governor and had no chance of making it in the primaries. Joke about that, if you will. But this flood of racism is something I did not expect here.


So I know you think you're joking, but "they" are literally biatching about how the Chinese Tiger Moms are making white kids commit suicide, and so maybe we ought to expel the Tiger Mom types.
 
2015-11-17 10:11:47 PM  

ElizaDoolittle: I'm astonished at the open racism in this thread. There are too many Indian "jokes" to even list, and I'll bet most of the subbies thought they were being wildly funny and not at all racist. Think again.

Indian-Americans are pissing off white folks by working harder at school and taking college places the white folks thought they owned.  Get used to it. They really are smarter than you, and they and their parents made huge sacrifices to get their kids an education. Isn't that the American dream?

There are a lot of things you can say against Bobby Jindal, but the fact that he westernized his first name is not one of them. Quit with the Pijush jokes.  A child cannot choose his name. He was by all accounts a lousy governor and had no chance of making it in the primaries. Joke about that, if you will. But this flood of racism is something I did not expect here.


^ You could have at least spelled it properly.

Nice form, though.
 
2015-11-17 10:13:00 PM  

KarmicDisaster: silly season: KarmicDisaster: silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101

Tard fight!

What?

/ Are you looking for an opponent?

Apparently. Sorry.


'S Ok. Been there too!
 
2015-11-17 10:14:20 PM  

Charninja: maram500: Holy farkballs. Finally, he's going to come back to Louisiana and actually govern!

No, wait. The opposite of that.

(We're set to decide the next governor on Saturday, and Jindal is still running around on a perpetual campaign/book tour, as he has been for the past three years. That farker has less than three months left "in office" and yet we won't see him but maybe for some sort of War on Christmas crap in the middle of December for a single day. That piece of shiat is so bad I'm packing my stuff up because if David "Diaper shiatter" Vitter is elected Saturday, I'm moving. I will farking walk to a better state than Louisiana if I have to.)

Mississippi, Arkansas, or Texas?


Believe it or not, Mississippi isn't as bad as Louisiana. ;(
 
2015-11-17 10:15:15 PM  

ElizaDoolittle: I'm astonished at the open racism in this thread. There are too many Indian "jokes" to even list, and I'll bet most of the subbies thought they were being wildly funny and not at all racist. Think again.

Indian-Americans are pissing off white folks by working harder at school and taking college places the white folks thought they owned.  Get used to it. They really are smarter than you, and they and their parents made huge sacrifices to get their kids an education. Isn't that the American dream?

There are a lot of things you can say against Bobby Jindal, but the fact that he westernized his first name is not one of them. Quit with the Pijush jokes.  A child cannot choose his name. He was by all accounts a lousy governor and had no chance of making it in the primaries. Joke about that, if you will. But this flood of racism is something I did not expect here.

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2015-11-17 10:19:43 PM  

Zerochance: This always comes up in every Jindal thread.

I'm a naturalized immigrant, and like Jindal, I was raised in the deep South.  I anglicized my name because I thought it would make life a little easier for myself, which twenty years ago, was very much the case.  I am very proud of my heritage, but when you're a Latino kid in the deep south, you have to be pragmatic, and going by an American name (which is actually a direct English translation of my Spanish name) definitely helped me break down barriers.  I firmly believe that and I don't hold it against Jindal for doing the same.  My siblings all did it, as did many of my cousins and other Hispanic acquaintances.  It's very common within first and second-generation Hispanic immigrants, actually.

Even Obama went by "Barry" in his college years (which is widely mocked by Republicans), so even though he did end up using his birth name for his political life, he anglicized his name for many years, probably out of a similar need to fit in.  Nothing uncommon about that.

So, I'll give ole' Bobby a free pass for not going by his Indian name.

What I do find absolutely farking hilarious is that portrait of his where his skin is several shades lighter.  Motherfarker, we know what you look like, and that ain't it.  That's fair game.  Rip him for that.


In all fairness, he never commissioned that picture. It was a gift from a supporter. It wasn't his official portrait.
 
2015-11-17 10:20:12 PM  

BMulligan: I'm not inclined to trust a discussion of how certain Christians might think from someone who has apparently never heard of the Trinity. Dude, I've been an atheist for 40 years, and even I know that in Christian thought Jesus and God the Father (and the Holy Spirit too, for that matter) are one and the same while also separate and individual. That's the mystery of the Trinity, and a bedrock tenet of the faith.


Then you're aparently ignorant of Christian History and the theology involved and the varying sects and what they might believe. Not my fault, though I'm not surprised an atheist doesn't spend thier time learning the historys and theologies of various religions.

/Hint: One of the first "heretical" discussions in the Christian Church was whether or not Mary gave birth to a human or a god.
 
2015-11-17 10:23:55 PM  

Zerochance: This always comes up in every Jindal thread.

I'm a naturalized immigrant, and like Jindal, I was raised in the deep South.  I anglicized my name because I thought it would make life a little easier for myself, which twenty years ago, was very much the case.  I am very proud of my heritage, but when you're a Latino kid in the deep south, you have to be pragmatic, and going by an American name (which is actually a direct English translation of my Spanish name) definitely helped me break down barriers.  I firmly believe that and I don't hold it against Jindal for doing the same.  My siblings all did it, as did many of my cousins and other Hispanic acquaintances.  It's very common within first and second-generation Hispanic immigrants, actually.

Even Obama went by "Barry" in his college years (which is widely mocked by Republicans), so even though he did end up using his birth name for his political life, he anglicized his name for many years, probably out of a similar need to fit in.  Nothing uncommon about that.

So, I'll give ole' Bobby a free pass for not going by his Indian name.

What I do find absolutely farking hilarious is that portrait of his where his skin is several shades lighter.  Motherfarker, we know what you look like, and that ain't it.  That's fair game.  Rip him for that.


Agreed on both counts.  Be proud of your glorious skin color, but certainly change your name if nobody who's going to call you for an interview knows how to pronounce it. They'll mostly feel awkward, not racist. It is too easy to pass on a resume where you think you will be embarrassed to ask, well, could you please repeat that about ten times so I don't fark it up?  And say it again?

I think the situation has changed a great deal in the last ten years. Remember when customer service agents in India used to use Anglo names? For the last several years, when I contact Amazon customer service by chat, I usually get a normal Indian first name - which is greek to me.  It hasn't been a problem.
 
2015-11-17 10:24:05 PM  

AeAe: Soup4Bonnie: Who gets his .9%, you think?

[img.fark.net image 850x627]

++
Really, from that list, everyone from Bush on down should quit.


That .9% is nothing more than error margin and Jindal himself.
 
2015-11-17 10:25:15 PM  

silly season: KarmicDisaster: silly season: KarmicDisaster: silly season: qorkfiend: BSABSVR: Don't worry evangelicals, smart very serious candidate John Kasich has promoted the idea of fighting Isis by creating a government department of spreading the gospel of Jesus.

What? He didn't say that.

http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101

Tard fight!

What?

/ Are you looking for an opponent?

Apparently. Sorry.

'S Ok. Been there too!


It's time for me to stop posting tm
 
2015-11-17 10:26:52 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: Zerochance: This always comes up in every Jindal thread.

I'm a naturalized immigrant, and like Jindal, I was raised in the deep South.  I anglicized my name because I thought it would make life a little easier for myself, which twenty years ago, was very much the case.  I am very proud of my heritage, but when you're a Latino kid in the deep south, you have to be pragmatic, and going by an American name (which is actually a direct English translation of my Spanish name) definitely helped me break down barriers.  I firmly believe that and I don't hold it against Jindal for doing the same.  My siblings all did it, as did many of my cousins and other Hispanic acquaintances.  It's very common within first and second-generation Hispanic immigrants, actually.

Even Obama went by "Barry" in his college years (which is widely mocked by Republicans), so even though he did end up using his birth name for his political life, he anglicized his name for many years, probably out of a similar need to fit in.  Nothing uncommon about that.

So, I'll give ole' Bobby a free pass for not going by his Indian name.

What I do find absolutely farking hilarious is that portrait of his where his skin is several shades lighter.  Motherfarker, we know what you look like, and that ain't it.  That's fair game.  Rip him for that.

In all fairness, he never commissioned that picture. It was a gift from a supporter. It wasn't his official portrait.


I think, in all fairness, that should have been mentioned earlier in the thread.  Shame on the supporter.
 
2015-11-17 10:30:03 PM  
Damn it all, now I want naan.
 
2015-11-17 10:31:48 PM  

RI_Red: ElizaDoolittle: I'm astonished at the open racism in this thread. There are too many Indian "jokes" to even list, and I'll bet most of the subbies thought they were being wildly funny and not at all racist. Think again.

Indian-Americans are pissing off white folks by working harder at school and taking college places the white folks thought they owned.  Get used to it. They really are smarter than you, and they and their parents made huge sacrifices to get their kids an education. Isn't that the American dream?

There are a lot of things you can say against Bobby Jindal, but the fact that he westernized his first name is not one of them. Quit with the Pijush jokes.  A child cannot choose his name. He was by all accounts a lousy governor and had no chance of making it in the primaries. Joke about that, if you will. But this flood of racism is something I did not expect here.

^ You could have at least spelled it properly.

Nice form, though.


I could indeed have spelled it properly.
 
2015-11-17 10:32:42 PM  

meyerkev: Though Rubio's magic sword powered by the Anti-christ is apparently working.

http://slatestarcodex.com/2015/11/16/hardball-questions-for-the-next-debate/


Thank you for this
 
2015-11-17 10:35:17 PM  

ElizaDoolittle: Darth_Lukecash: Zerochance: This always comes up in every Jindal thread.

I'm a naturalized immigrant, and like Jindal, I was raised in the deep South.  I anglicized my name because I thought it would make life a little easier for myself, which twenty years ago, was very much the case.  I am very proud of my heritage, but when you're a Latino kid in the deep south, you have to be pragmatic, and going by an American name (which is actually a direct English translation of my Spanish name) definitely helped me break down barriers.  I firmly believe that and I don't hold it against Jindal for doing the same.  My siblings all did it, as did many of my cousins and other Hispanic acquaintances.  It's very common within first and second-generation Hispanic immigrants, actually.

Even Obama went by "Barry" in his college years (which is widely mocked by Republicans), so even though he did end up using his birth name for his political life, he anglicized his name for many years, probably out of a similar need to fit in.  Nothing uncommon about that.

So, I'll give ole' Bobby a free pass for not going by his Indian name.

What I do find absolutely farking hilarious is that portrait of his where his skin is several shades lighter.  Motherfarker, we know what you look like, and that ain't it.  That's fair game.  Rip him for that.

In all fairness, he never commissioned that picture. It was a gift from a supporter. It wasn't his official portrait.

I think, in all fairness, that should have been mentioned earlier in the thread.  Shame on the supporter.


Before you two break your arms patting yourself on the back you do know that that painting hangs in his office right?

Its not like he saw it politely thanked the person then stahsed it in his farking garage or something. So enough about poor put upon Saint Piyush already.
 
2015-11-17 10:35:21 PM  

whatisaidwas: So how do you translate Zerochance into Spanish?
*looks it up*
Ceroposibilidades
Yes, that would be a difficult name to have in the deep South.


That's beautiful. Ceroposibilidades Martinez. A star is born.

WillJM8528: My mom would beat me with a heavy stick if I shed the name she gave me in order to advance my career. She would prolly refuse to ever address me as the new name as well.


I don't think there's anything wrong with that. use whatever name you like, whatever sounds good. Especially if you're a politician, a popularity contest if there ever was one. One of the few things that doesn't really matter is what name they go by.

/But of course it would be a huge political issue if everyone changed their names.
 
2015-11-17 10:44:21 PM  
meyerkev: ElizaDoolittle: I'm astonished at the open racism in this thread. There are too many Indian "jokes" to even list, and I'll bet most of the subbies thought they were being wildly funny and not at all racist. Think again.

Indian-Americans are pissing off white folks by working harder at school and taking college places the white folks thought they owned.  Get used to it. They really are smarter than you, and they and their parents made huge sacrifices to get their kids an education. Isn't that the American dream?

There are a lot of things you can say against Bobby Jindal, but the fact that he westernized his first name is not one of them. Quit with the Pijush jokes.  A child cannot choose his name. He was by all accounts a lousy governor and had no chance of making it in the primaries. Joke about that, if you will. But this flood of racism is something I did not expect here.

So I know you think you're joking, but "they" are literally biatching about how the Chinese Tiger Moms are making white kids commit suicide, and so maybe we ought to expel the Tiger Mom types.

I wasn't joking. Where did you get that idea?  I was protesting.
 
2015-11-17 10:44:27 PM  
284 comments?  That is more attention than Bobby has received the entire time he was "running for president..."
 
2015-11-17 10:47:40 PM  
You know Barry Husssein Obama never did? Try to perform an exorcism.

You know what else he never did? Literally shovel sand against the ocean.

I come not to mock Piyush for being of Asian descent, but for being a moron, which really goes against stereotypes if you think about it.
 
2015-11-17 10:49:04 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: Chupacabra Sandwich: Bith Set Me Up: "Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.

Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.

When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.

I'm  beginning to think this account is a bot.

Sorry if I annoy you writing that frequently, but it's rather relevant.


I'm honetly considering putting you on ignore.
 
2015-11-17 10:51:10 PM  

ElizaDoolittle: Darth_Lukecash: Zerochance: This always comes up in every Jindal thread.

I'm a naturalized immigrant, and like Jindal, I was raised in the deep South.  I anglicized my name because I thought it would make life a little easier for myself, which twenty years ago, was very much the case.  I am very proud of my heritage, but when you're a Latino kid in the deep south, you have to be pragmatic, and going by an American name (which is actually a direct English translation of my Spanish name) definitely helped me break down barriers.  I firmly believe that and I don't hold it against Jindal for doing the same.  My siblings all did it, as did many of my cousins and other Hispanic acquaintances.  It's very common within first and second-generation Hispanic immigrants, actually.

Even Obama went by "Barry" in his college years (which is widely mocked by Republicans), so even though he did end up using his birth name for his political life, he anglicized his name for many years, probably out of a similar need to fit in.  Nothing uncommon about that.

So, I'll give ole' Bobby a free pass for not going by his Indian name.

What I do find absolutely farking hilarious is that portrait of his where his skin is several shades lighter.  Motherfarker, we know what you look like, and that ain't it.  That's fair game.  Rip him for that.

In all fairness, he never commissioned that picture. It was a gift from a supporter. It wasn't his official portrait.

I think, in all fairness, that should have been mentioned earlier in the thread.  Shame on the supporter.


Would have, but I just got here.

Chances are the painter never had a model  with someone of Indian heritage, and just went with what they knew.
 
2015-11-17 10:52:04 PM  

bubbadave1056: But...didn't GOD tell him to run for President, just like he told Scott Walker, etc.?  He'd better pray that GOD doesn't push the "smite" button on him!


God may have told him to run, but he did not tell him that he would win.

"Let me give you a little inside information about God. God likes to watch. He's a prankster. Think about it. He gives man instincts. He gives you this extraordinary gift, and then what does He do, I swear for His own amusement, his own private, cosmic gag reel, He sets the rules in opposition. It's the goof of all time. Look but don't touch. Touch, but don't taste. Taste, don't swallow. Ahaha. And while you're jumpin' from one foot to the next, what is he doing? He's laughin' His sick, f%$^#in' ass off! He's a tight-ass! He's a SADIST! "
 
2015-11-17 10:52:46 PM  

KarmicDisaster: "Bobby Jindal Was Running For President? "

Oh, You probably knew him as Piyush Jindal.


I get him confused with Dinesh D'Souza....
 
2015-11-17 10:53:06 PM  

MFAWG: You know Barry Husssein Obama never did? Try to perform an exorcism.

You know what else he never did? Literally shovel sand against the ocean.

I come not to mock Piyush for being of Asian descent, but for being a moron, which really goes against stereotypes if you think about it.


We aren't mocking him for being Indian, we're mocking him for trying to pretend he isn't Indian.

That's the reason he did shiat like performing exorcisms, since that apparently appeals to teabaggers.
 
2015-11-17 10:54:08 PM  
It was kind of off-putting that his campaign song was "Rock You Like a Hurricane."
 
2015-11-17 10:54:29 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: Bith Set Me Up: Chupacabra Sandwich: Bith Set Me Up: "Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.

Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.

When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.

I'm  beginning to think this account is a bot.

Sorry if I annoy you writing that frequently, but it's rather relevant.

I'm honetly considering putting you on ignore.


I'm deeply sorry about that. I have been trying to cut down on stock responses.
 
2015-11-17 10:55:32 PM  

The First Four Black Sabbath Albums: It was kind of off-putting that his campaign song was "Rock You Like a Hurricane."


He should have used 'Eruption'.
 
2015-11-17 10:56:21 PM  

bubbadave1056: But...didn't GOD tell him to run for President, just like he told Scott Walker, etc.?  He'd better pray that GOD doesn't push the "smite" button on him!


God also told Pat Robertson who was going to "win" the Presidency, for what it's worth.
 
2015-11-17 10:59:22 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: Bith Set Me Up: Chupacabra Sandwich: Bith Set Me Up: "Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.

Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.

When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.

I'm  beginning to think this account is a bot.

Sorry if I annoy you writing that frequently, but it's rather relevant.

I'm honetly considering putting you on ignore.


And it stings more coming from you, since I frequently enjoy your posts.
 
2015-11-17 10:59:40 PM  
"Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.

Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.

When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.

/from memory
 
2015-11-17 11:00:54 PM  

whatisaidwas: "Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.

Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.

When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.

/from memory


That's unfair to batshiat.
 
2015-11-17 11:02:50 PM  

whatisaidwas: "Bobby" Jindal embodies the modern GOP's concept of "diversity": Non-WASPs are welcome as long as they don't talk about their non-WASP background, and even then, teabaggers won't give a shiat about them.

Democrats: Come as you are.
Republicans: Come as we are. Better yet, don't come at all.

When Democrats saw a man called Barack Hussein Obama and went "Okay, we'll give him a chance." When Republicans saw Obama, they went batshiat crazy.

/from memory


I get it, I'm too lazy writing shiat.
 
2015-11-17 11:03:43 PM  
In before the thread devolves into the typical partisan pissing match
 
2015-11-17 11:04:44 PM  

RI_Red: jst3p: AeAe: Soup4Bonnie: Who gets his .9%, you think?

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Really, from that list, everyone from Bush on down should quit.

And the two at the top really don't stand a chance of the GoP giving them the big chair, so really it comes down to Cruz and Rubio. I see Rubio getting the nom.

Nom? For Rubio it's more of a 'glug,' amirite?


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In idiocricy "not sure" used water (like from the toilet) to solve the problems. Rubio is "not sure"!
 
2015-11-17 11:05:47 PM  

trappedspirit: In before the thread devolves into the typical partisan pissing match


Typical lib comment
 
2015-11-17 11:07:55 PM  

Antimatter: Kasich came out in favor of a new government agency to push 'judeo christian values' around the world, basically shredding the first amendment.  Any hope he had of looking moderate died today.


He's never been a moderate.

As gov., he signed into law a bill that required doctors to shove a dildo inside women for no medical reason and without their consent.  Frankly, he's a rapist.
 
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