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February 24th, 2005 01:40 PM
voodoopug
quote:
Bloozehound wrote:



touchy touchy

when I was a kid I always wondered what would become of the crybabies on the playground who always lost at dodgeball and ran off crying accusing the others of cheating or saying the ball was broken or some other such nonsense, now I know, they grew up to become liberals



cant we all just get along?????


[Edited by voodoopug]
February 24th, 2005 02:27 PM
Ten Thousand Motels
quote:
voodoopug wrote:

cant we all just get along?????




Of course not! This IS Earth for crissakes.
February 24th, 2005 02:30 PM
voodoopug
quote:
Ten Thousand Motels wrote:


Of course not! This IS Earth for crissakes.



Does Bizarro jb live on earth??
February 24th, 2005 02:35 PM
Starbuck yes, ladies and gentlemen, the president is a #$@!ing moron. however, he does listen to the stones. his favorite stones tunes are as follows:

anybody seen my cheney?
have you seen my father, baby, standing in the shadows?
lies (with credit to lotzajizz)
low expectations

and the ever popular 'iraq and a hard place'



February 24th, 2005 02:37 PM
voodoopug
quote:
Starbuck wrote:
yes, ladies and gentlemen, the president is a #$@!ing moron. however, he does listen to the stones. his favorite stones tunes are as follows:

anybody seen my cheney?
have you seen my father, baby, standing in the shadows?
lies (with credit to lotzajizz)
low expectations

and the ever popular 'iraq and a hard place'







allow me to duck while the W supporters read this....lol
February 24th, 2005 03:37 PM
FPM C10 Supporting him's one thing. That's anyone's perogative, as it is mine to detest and deride him. Trying to say he's cool (his favorite album is Beggar's Banquet??) or smart (it actually IS pronounced "nukulur") is quite another.


[Edited by FPM C10]
February 24th, 2005 03:45 PM
Joey
I am CONVINCED that " Deep Throat " is NOT a single individual but rather a composite of sources .

However , the " Deep Throat " device DID sell lots of books / movies so I applaud its introduction into the national psyche .

" Deep Throat is supposedly ' very sick ' Ronnie "

Joey Woodward

.............................................
[ Edited by Joshy ]


[Edited by Joey]
February 24th, 2005 03:52 PM
FPM C10 Great post, Joseph! Thanks!
February 24th, 2005 04:04 PM
Joey
quote:
FPM C10 wrote:
Great post, Joseph! Thanks!





" When the President Talks to GOD " !!!!!!

" When the president talks to God
Are the conversations brief or long?
Does he ask to rape our women’s' rights
And send poor farm kids off to die?
Does God suggest an oil hike
When the president talks to God?

When the president talks to God
Are the consonants all hard or soft?
Is he resolute all down the line?
Is every issue black or white?
Does what God say ever change his mind
When the president talks to God?

When the president talks to God
Does he fake that drawl or merely nod?
Agree which convicts should be killed?
Where prisons should be built and filled?
Which voter fraud must be concealed
When the president talks to God?

When the president talks to God
I wonder which one plays the better cop
We should find some jobs. the ghetto's broke
No, they're lazy, George, I say we don't
Just give 'em more liquor stores and dirty coke
That's what God recommends

When the president talks to God
Do they drink near beer and go play golf
While they pick which countries to invade
Which Muslim souls still can be saved?
I guess god just calls a spade a spade
When the president talks to God

When the president talks to God
Does he ever think that maybe he's not?
That that voice is just inside his head
When he kneels next to the presidential bed
Does he ever smell his own bullshit
When the president talks to God?

I doubt it

I doubt it......."

http://www.plyrics.com/lyrics/brighteyes/whenthepresidenttalkstogod.html
February 24th, 2005 04:05 PM
voodoopug
quote:
Joey wrote:



" When the President Talks to GOD " !!!!!!

" When the president talks to God
Are the conversations brief or long?
Does he ask to rape our women’s' rights
And send poor farm kids off to die?
Does God suggest an oil hike
When the president talks to God?

When the president talks to God
Are the consonants all hard or soft?
Is he resolute all down the line?
Is every issue black or white?
Does what God say ever change his mind
When the president talks to God?

When the president talks to God
Does he fake that drawl or merely nod?
Agree which convicts should be killed?
Where prisons should be built and filled?
Which voter fraud must be concealed
When the president talks to God?

When the president talks to God
I wonder which one plays the better cop
We should find some jobs. the ghetto's broke
No, they're lazy, George, I say we don't
Just give 'em more liquor stores and dirty coke
That's what God recommends

When the president talks to God
Do they drink near beer and go play golf
While they pick which countries to invade
Which Muslim souls still can be saved?
I guess god just calls a spade a spade
When the president talks to God

When the president talks to God
Does he ever think that maybe he's not?
That that voice is just inside his head
When he kneels next to the presidential bed
Does he ever smell his own bullshit
When the president talks to God?

I doubt it

I doubt it......."

http://www.plyrics.com/lyrics/brighteyes/whenthepresidenttalkstogod.html




strangely similar to Blinded by Rainbows!
February 24th, 2005 04:36 PM
Scottfree
quote:
Bloozehound wrote:



touchy touchy

when I was a kid I always wondered what would become of the crybabies on the playground who always lost at dodgeball and ran off crying accusing the others of cheating or saying the ball was broken or some other such nonsense, now I know, they grew up to become liberals



Best post ever, particularly the part about the ball was broken....
[Edited by Scottfree]
February 24th, 2005 04:40 PM
sirmoonie
quote:
FPM C10 wrote:
Supporting him's one thing. That's anyone's perogative, as it is mine to detest and deride him. Trying to say he's cool (his favorite album is Beggar's Banquet??) or smart (it actually IS pronounced "nukulur") is quite another.


[Edited by FPM C10]

quote:
FPM C10 wrote:
Supporting him's one thing. That's anyone's perogative, as it is mine to detest and deride him. Trying to say he's cool (his favorite album is Beggar's Banquet??) or smart (it actually IS pronounced "nukulur") is quite another.



Voting for him because you feel compelled to for various party or religious reasons is one thing. Intelligent people cast ballots for lousy candidates all the time.

Defending this dope as if any mention of the fact that he pretty much sucks at his job somehow amounts to a personal attack on one's god or family members is quite another. Its downright geeky. Its the definition of a "Bush geek."

Not even at the top of my Reagan infatuation -- a President so superior to George Walker Bush III that its with great hesitation that I put their names in the same sentence -- did I defend every single move he made as if it all came pissing down from Olympus.

I don't really have anything personal against Bush - seems like decent guy, and it seems like he tries to expand past the behaviors associated with his sheltered upbringing, and his selfish early adulthood. He likes his daughters, his wife, his parents, America, all that stuff.

Nay, its the hard-bang fans, the Bush geeks that scurry around throwing broad hyperbole at narrow issues and dramatic instances at the broad policy questions just to pimp some dopey guy because he had an "(R)" next to his name, that just make you forget to shake at the urinal.
February 24th, 2005 04:57 PM
FPM C10 That's just the thing...he DOESN'T seem like a decent guy to me. He seems like the kind of guy I hated in high school, hated at college, and that I would hate today if I met him at work or at a bar or anywhere. But that doesn't really matter much - I doubt I'd like Mick if I worked with him either.

The sad thing in this thread is that with all the nastiness my offhanded suggestion that Exile on Main Street should become the national anthem has been totally ignored. Think about it! How great would that be? Every ball game, everyone stands up as the first riff of "Rocks Off" shred the air, and everyone sings along to the entire album! Well, I don't actually go to ball games - ever since that traumatic incident at the playground when that bully broke the ball, I haven't been able to bring myself to venture near any sporting event.

(psst- I don't hang here much, moonie...is scottfree serious about that being the best post ever, or was that a sly bit of sarcasm? I couldn't tell.)
February 24th, 2005 05:11 PM
voodoopug
quote:
FPM C10 wrote:
That's just the thing...he DOESN'T seem like a decent guy to me. He seems like the kind of guy I hated in high school, hated at college, and that I would hate today if I met him at work or at a bar or anywhere. But that doesn't really matter much - I doubt I'd like Mick if I worked with him either.

The sad thing in this thread is that with all the nastiness my offhanded suggestion that Exile on Main Street should become the national anthem has been totally ignored. Think about it! How great would that be? Every ball game, everyone stands up as the first riff of "Rocks Off" shred the air, and everyone sings along to the entire album! Well, I don't actually go to ball games - ever since that traumatic incident at the playground when that bully broke the ball, I haven't been able to bring myself to venture near any sporting event.

(psst- I don't hang here much, moonie...is scottfree serious about that being the best post ever, or was that a sly bit of sarcasm? I couldn't tell.)



it was a fantastic post

FYI: This is the described broken dodgeball:

February 24th, 2005 05:15 PM
lotsajizz
quote:
Bloozehound wrote:
gawd damn

will these lil bitch crybabies ever cease



gawd damn...will these Jesusfreak fascisti swine ever cease destroying America and creating Amerika?
February 24th, 2005 05:16 PM
kath i just love betty bowers, don't you??
February 24th, 2005 05:19 PM
voodoopug
quote:
kath wrote:
i just love betty bowers, don't you??



this whole thread disgusts me.

February 24th, 2005 05:25 PM
stonedinaustralia
quote:
FPM C10 wrote:

The sad thing in this thread is that with all the nastiness my offhanded suggestion that Exile on Main Street should become the national anthem has been totally ignored. Think about it! How great would that be?



well i think it's brilliant and i'm not even from the States

February 24th, 2005 05:26 PM
voodoopug
quote:
stonedinaustralia wrote:


well i think it's brilliant and i'm not even from the States





the highlight of the entire thread
February 24th, 2005 05:50 PM
Poplar
quote:
FPM C10 wrote:

It wasn't a football game we lost, it was our country.





February 24th, 2005 05:56 PM
Dan
quote:
FPM C10 wrote:


Fuck NO, asswipe. It wasn't a football game we lost, it was our country.



I hate to be the one to break it to you but It was lost a long long long time ago.
February 24th, 2005 05:57 PM
Dan
quote:
Ten Thousand Motels wrote:


I'm not a liberal and still don't like Bush. I don't know what he is but he sure ain't no conservative.



I am shocked someone else finally gets it. I no longer feel like the lone voice in the wilderness.
February 24th, 2005 07:45 PM
telecaster
quote:
Poplar wrote:








Poplar keep up the good work. Watching the loony left squeal is priceless

History is flushing them down like one of joeys "deposits"
and they don't know what to do. It's over for them

Keep it up bro
[Edited by telecaster]
February 24th, 2005 10:52 PM
Poplar
Thanks tele. most days i can ignore them, but sometimes they just need to be called out.

those precious little faces say it all.

February 24th, 2005 11:19 PM
Starbuck poplar, tele and the rest:

i am a looney liberal, as looney as they come, and i can admit that we lost this election fair and square. i have to admit, too, that john kerry would have made a forgettable president. not a horrible one, but a forgettable one. its a fair assessment.

however, you have to admit that dubya is the most devisive prez we've had in our lifetimes (i'm too young to remember nixon, mind you, being a child of the late 70s, early 80s). what we have -on both sides of the aisle- is a complete lack of good leadership. you'd think that in a nation of 280 million people we'd be able to come up with somebody better than bush v kerry.
February 25th, 2005 12:43 AM
glencar Bush is no more divisive than Clintoon was. Nixon was less divisive actually because back then, the mainstream media had MUCH more power than today. When they decided Nixon was persona non grata, he tanked. They clearly don't like Bush yet despite their best attempts, other voices are now heard & enough people supported Bush to get him reelected. I think saying Kerry would have been forgettable is hopeful at best. He was an incompetent boob & one Jimmy Fucking Carter in a lifetime is enough. Despite what you & FPM might think, not all Dubya supporters agree with everything that he proposes. His stance on illegal immigration is pretty shitty. His first term was unbelievable in how much we spent. And borrowed. But Kerry would have spent more & taxed certain folks more. The Dems are in trouble for at least another few years. I'm glad but that doesn't mean I will support everything the GOP does.
February 25th, 2005 01:47 AM
Dan
quote:
glencar wrote:
Bush is no more divisive than Clintoon was. Nixon was less divisive actually because back then, the mainstream media had MUCH more power than today. When they decided Nixon was persona non grata, he tanked. They clearly don't like Bush yet despite their best attempts, other voices are now heard & enough people supported Bush to get him reelected. I think saying Kerry would have been forgettable is hopeful at best. He was an incompetent boob & one Jimmy Fucking Carter in a lifetime is enough. Despite what you & FPM might think, not all Dubya supporters agree with everything that he proposes. His stance on illegal immigration is pretty shitty. His first term was unbelievable in how much we spent. And borrowed. But Kerry would have spent more & taxed certain folks more. The Dems are in trouble for at least another few years. I'm glad but that doesn't mean I will support everything the GOP does.



1. As much as Nixon didn't like the media, he is responsible for his downfall

2. You are right that not all supporters agree with everything. In my case, he kinda crossed the line though where I had enough problems with him I couldnt consider myself a supporter anymore.

3. Actually in retrospect, a Kerry president might have been better than a Bush presidency and nothing like a Carter presidency for one simple reason - an overwhelming Republican majority in Congress. With 55 Republican senators, he wouldnt be raising taxes on anybody. Also an added bonus would be congress waking up and forcing the President to hold spending down much like during the 90s. Personally I am firm believer in gridlock and the government that governs best governs least and all that. Of course those potential scenarios weren't enough to make me vote for a Democrat but they were never far from my mind the past few years.
February 25th, 2005 02:16 AM
Poplar
quote:
Dan wrote:
Personally I am firm believer in gridlock and the government that governs best governs least and all that. Of course those potential scenarios weren't enough to make me vote for a Democrat but they were never far from my mind the past few years.



agreed, brutha. spending is out of control, and if its not stopped we're fucked.

obviously i'm a W guy in the big picture respect. that said; I'm pro-choice, in favor of decriminalizing drugs, support equal rights for same-sex couples, and i support environmental efforts (the human element in global warming, however, is a crock). but am i gonna vote Libertarian? wish i could, but it ain't a reality. i think there are a lot of peoeple out there like me who just feel now is no time for a pansy like Kerry... thus the W win. You don't like W - cool, i understand .. but these nincompoops who want to equate Bush with Hitler, etc. i'm telling ya - those people are the ones that are "lost," not our country. i mean really, do people even know who Hitler was any more? anyone wasting their breath (or their Photoshop time) making a comparison deserves to be laughed at.

February 25th, 2005 05:54 AM
lotsajizz
quote:
Poplar wrote:


agreed, brutha. spending is out of control, and if its not stopped we're fucked.

obviously i'm a W guy in the big picture respect. that said; I'm pro-choice, in favor of decriminalizing drugs, support equal rights for same-sex couples, and i support environmental efforts .....






W's party has no place for such dissenting opinions
February 25th, 2005 08:34 AM
sirmoonie George Walker Bush III is a dope, he sucks dick at his job, and I can prove both of those obvious facts.

Oh shit! Now, I'm a liberal! Me, John McCain, Bob Barr, Newt Gingrich, Pat Buchanan, Colin Powell, Reverend Sun Young Moon, Sasquatch, we're all goddam liberals now! Loony liberals in fact!

Oh my god! What to do? What to do? Think man, think. There's got to be a way.....wait, I know!

YYYYYYAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYY for George Walker Bush III!!!!!

Hoooooorayyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!! YYYAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!

Oh yeah? Well he won! HAH! YAYYYYYY!!!!

YYAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!! Freedom! Liberty!!!! Both of thems is good!!!! YAYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!

America!!!! George Walker Bush III!!!!!!

Yay!
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