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Discussion in 'Elections' started by Anthony, Nov 4, 2010.
If you can quote the Koran or Saul Alinsky, though, its a piece of cake...
Shit I say anyone quoting the Koran, Bible, Hindu Vedas, etc, should automatically be denied all medical rights.
Communist manifesto on the other hand, anything they want.
Comb tonight for Santorum if he bags Colorado too?
This edition of the GOP primaries is now officially the most hilarious cluster******** in the history of western civilization.
"There is a spectre haunting Europe. The Spectre of communism."
How is that?
As an aside, I had to read the Manifesto when in university for my "Occidential Civilization" class. As a joke on my parents, I used to prop it up on my bookshelf or leaving it lying in the living room if I knew they had friends coming over. For some reason they did not find the joke as funny as I did, especially after the first hundred times I did it.
i guess a lot of people will google Santorum now... oh, well....
Great night. One more step to the brokered convention.
I'm no longer rooting for a brokered convention. I'm rooting for 1860. TWO Conventions. That'd play amazing, right???
Love how the media keep trying to slap more lipstick on this pig of a Republican nomination process in an effort to make the November vote look like a horserace. On NRP this morning, I heard them describe the Republican race as "riveting."
******** no. The Cuban Missile Crisis was riveting. The Apollo Moon landing in 1969 was riveting. Watching the Berlin Wall come down, the Challenger explode, or the Twin Towers come down - for good or for tragedy - were riveting.
The 2011/12 Republican nomination process?
Not so much. Entertaining, yes. Jaw dropping, at times. A political freak show, unquestionably. Beyond my wildest dreams as a Democrat, without a doubt. But it's simply lacking the kind of gravitas necessary to call it riveting. Any more so than one could call Monty Python and Holy Grail riveting, or Seinfeld. Hugely entertaining, but hardly on-the-edge-of-my-seat-because-this-really-matters riveting.
Over and over and ********ing over again, we see the media furrow its collective brow over the latest GOP frontrunner: Bachmann, Cain, Perry, Gingrich, Romney, Santorum (who am I missing? I lost my official scorecard back in December). Treating each of these people as, well, modestly serious, presumably because, by default, a frontrunner of the Dem or GOP nomination process is serious, right?
And this morning I see a Yahoo piece (from ABC News, I think) that posits the question: Is Obama peaking too early? Jesus H Christ. The news has certainly turned nicely for the President in recent weeks. But the bulk of his peaking - so to speak - is due to the cannibalistic and wretched nature of the GOP nomination process. All Obama has really had to do during this entire train wreck is sit back and watch this group of psychos out crazy one another. He is, perhaps, the only person for whom what is happening could rightly be called riveting.
The collection of misfits, dullards and twits running for the Presidency on the GOP side deserves to be mocked and derided, not taken seriously. They belong among this crowd more than they belong among a group of meaningful presidential candidates:
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It's still a longshot, but I really hope Santorum gets the nomination. For better or worse, he does represent the core of the Republican Party. He's charismatic. He's more or less who he says he is.
And he'll lose big in November. When he does, it won't be because he wasn't conservative enough or because he can't go two days on the trail without committing a gaffe or because he's wooden. It'll be because his ideas are rejected by the electorate.
Yeah, I just got recruited to the local Death Panel. We're going through the Reagan Democrats first, so it'll be a while before we find a healthy liver.
Ladies and Germs, meet your new G.O.P. frontrunner:
Conservative, traditionalist, incredible track record, handsome, well-spoken-in-a-rakish-accent.... and extremely available.
I cannot believe this is real. But it is.
What's the problem? John 8:12 ain't your usual Hanukkah fare. Far from it!
That's gotta be one of the most patently moronic, and actually offensive mistakes I've seen in a long time. How stupid can these people be!
That's so wrong, it's awesome!
What? Don't tell me. Jews don't believe in the New Testament?
Just wait to see what he does for Eid al Adha
That would make sense. After all, a whole lot of Christians in this country are fixated on the Old testament.
Yeah, but it has driedels, so I don't see what all the fuss is about.
Well, that was from Team Santorum in South Carolina. Those yo-yos think Jews are just Republicans who live in Israel.
Is it just me, or do the driedels look like they are flipping you off?
It's not just you. That was my initial reaction, as well.
YES!! Exactly what I thought.
That is so hilarious.
Actually, Charleston is pretty proud of its long-established Jewish community.
EDIT: But I realize that Charleston isn't exactly Ground Zero for the SC GOP.
People often don't realize that before the Civil War the big Jewish populations in the USA were largely in the South.
And on the edit, yup.