Barack Obama, our next President

"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ... Full Story
Auntblabby

Arvada, CO

#876346 Mar 19, 2013
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>The names of these corporations, not to mention the brands themselves, reflect the general intellectual level of those who consume their products. One has to 'wonder' why anyone would eat that pap.
JMO
Don't use "big" words you don't understand, dummy:

pap

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Pap also known as mieliepap in South Africa, is a traditional porridge / polenta made from mielie-meal (ground maize) and a staple food of the Bantu inhabitants ...

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soft food for infants or invalids, as bread soaked in water or milk. 2. an idea, talk, book, or the like, lacking substance or real value. Relevant Questions ...

“Seriously Misguided Democrat”

Since: Oct 12

Chicago Thugtown

#876347 Mar 19, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
lol
please don't blow me.
lol
The last time you were blown was when you were 10 by your Uncle Bob who was a teacher and Democrat Town Chairman.
Auntblabby

Arvada, CO

#876348 Mar 19, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
lol
please don't blow me.
lol
no problema, as yur dikless. lol lol
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#876349 Mar 19, 2013
A decade after the US-led invasion of Iraq, years of violence and disdain for the country's current political class fuel nostalgia for Saddam Hussein -- the man the foreign troops fought to oust.

Though accusations of ties to Saddam and his regime are used to tar politicians in Baghdad, residents of his hometown Tikrit express fondness for a man who, though responsible for ordering the deaths of countless Iraqis, is remembered for having imposed stability, which has long been missing.

"I will remain proud, and remember Saddam," said Khaled Jamal, a watch-seller in Tikrit. "Our country has not changed or developed in the past 10 years."

Along with his frustration over the slow pace of rebuilding -- many Iraqis, not just in Tikrit, suffer from poor provision of basic services and high unemployment -- Jamal also voiced another commonly-cited frustration: the apparent rise in sectarianism since Saddam's fall.

"There was no sectarianism, no Sunni and Shiite," Jamal said.

"But now, that is the first question you hear when you meet someone," he added, referring to queries over a person's province of origin, often used to find out their religious background.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/12/sadd...
Auntblabby

Arvada, CO

#876350 Mar 19, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
lol
please don't blow me.
lol
yur not going to give yur life in Obama's war with Iran?
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#876351 Mar 19, 2013
Auntblabby wrote:
<quoted text>
"Once near a Nineveh hotel Uday saw a pretty young girl no older than fifteen. He found her attractive and had her kidnapped. Uday raped the girl who lay silently and
then let her go, bruised and bleeding to stumble back to the hotel to find her parents.
“It turns out the girl had been deaf since birth,” remembers Latif.“She tried desperately to communicate what had happened to guests in the hotel lobby, but couldn’t make her hysterical, silent crying be understood.”
When Uday’s was informed he commanded his bodyguards to grab her again so she wouldn’t make trouble for him. They took her to the nearby forest and gang raped her before killing her and burying the body".
You rightwingers are turned on by that rape stuff, aren'tcha?
Sick in the head.
Hey, btw, speaking of rape, the victim in Ohio is being threatened.
Yep, good old Ammmuuuurrrican football players, think it's okay to have their way with a girl because she wore a skimpy top and shorts and was drunk. Clean up your own backyard first dummy
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#876352 Mar 19, 2013
Saddam was an international pariah by the time of the 2003 invasion, his subsequent capture in 2004 and execution in December 2006.

But in Tikrit, he is remembered far more fondly as a leader who fought for Iraq and was at the helm at a time when Iraqis enjoyed relative domestic stability, especially compared to the brutal violence that followed his ouster.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/12/sadd...
carol

Orlando, FL

#876353 Mar 19, 2013
Uday and Usay as children...

"Dad! I want to drill the holes in their heads today, Uday got do it yesterday!"

Does any of that even sound remotely likely, sweeties? After you've drilled one head, haven't you sorta drilled them all? What do you suppose the Romans on crucifiction duty were thinking when they got up in the morning...

"Well, les' see. I got a date with Sarah tonight an' dunna that wee lassie have some honkin' funbags on her! All I got to do is get through the day without gettin' any blood on the ol' uniform. Can't blame a girl for wantin' her man to be tidy."
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#876354 Mar 19, 2013
carol wrote:
C'mon... who do you think of when you hear horrible tales about dead babies being tossed out of nice, warm, clean incubators by the bogey man? Hmmmmmm?
jane
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#876355 Mar 19, 2013
Auntblabby wrote:
<quoted text>
The blood of these soldiers is on the bloody hands of Obama, as are the maimings. Every lost life there since he took over has been wasted. All of the maimings and amputations are his fault as well, a waste.
Where the hell is Code pink when you need them?
Where are the anti war protesters who hounded Bush for years?
Where's the LSM leading off the nightly news with the deaths of soldiers?
AWOl, they don't care one bit about dead and maimed soldiers when a democrat, a black democrat is in charge.
Code Pink? ask Rand Paul.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#876356 Mar 19, 2013
The case for $22-an-hour minimum wage

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/18/eliz...
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#876357 Mar 19, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
A decade after the US-led invasion of Iraq, years of violence and disdain for the country's current political class fuel nostalgia for Saddam Hussein -- the man the foreign troops fought to oust.
Though accusations of ties to Saddam and his regime are used to tar politicians in Baghdad, residents of his hometown Tikrit express fondness for a man who, though responsible for ordering the deaths of countless Iraqis, is remembered for having imposed stability, which has long been missing.
"I will remain proud, and remember Saddam," said Khaled Jamal, a watch-seller in Tikrit. "Our country has not changed or developed in the past 10 years."
Along with his frustration over the slow pace of rebuilding -- many Iraqis, not just in Tikrit, suffer from poor provision of basic services and high unemployment -- Jamal also voiced another commonly-cited frustration: the apparent rise in sectarianism since Saddam's fall.
"There was no sectarianism, no Sunni and Shiite," Jamal said.
"But now, that is the first question you hear when you meet someone," he added, referring to queries over a person's province of origin, often used to find out their religious background.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/12/sadd...
Guess it was supposed to be divide and conquer. Just did the dividing part by the Divider!
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#876359 Mar 19, 2013
Old Crazy Goober wrote:
<quoted text>
The last time you were blown was when you were 10 by your Uncle Bob who was a teacher and Democrat Town Chairman.
so how do you know Uncle Bob? hmmmmm?

but now that i think about it, i imagine old Aunt Flabby ain't got no teeth, so.....i would like to rephrase.
lily waxman raton fl

Pompano Beach, FL

#876360 Mar 19, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
You rightwingers are turned on by that rape stuff, aren'tcha?
Sick in the head.
Hey, btw, speaking of rape, the victim in Ohio is being threatened.
Yep, good old Ammmuuuurrrican football players, think it's okay to have their way with a girl because she wore a skimpy top and shorts and was drunk. Clean up your own backyard first dummy
lily loves the rape card...and girls who are drunk
carol

Orlando, FL

#876361 Mar 19, 2013
Once upon a time, Uday Hussein was driving around Baghdad and he saw a big bad wolf! "Halt!" said the wolf, "who do you think you are to drive around my town without my permission?" Uday had the wolf bound and gagged then he stuffed raisins and Mentos up his ass until his eyes bulged and then he made the wolf drink a giant bottle of Diet Coke! "BOOM" went the big bad wolf. Then Usay and Uday gathered up all the pieces and they ass-fucked the big bad wolf, spun him around, and then ass-fucked him again. The wolf's family stood helplessly by and wrung their paws, distraught that there was nothing they could do to help their fine and upstanding, if hairy, son.

The End
carol

Orlando, FL

#876362 Mar 19, 2013
Say, cracker, how do you know those schoolgirls you had Uday raping in YOUR story weren't leading him on or wearing revealing clothing?

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#876363 Mar 19, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
You nailed it; especially Tastykake, which could be Tastykaka, if you made a quick typo. Next time at the grocery, watch to see who buys it. Usually goes with the cases of Diet Coke!
Why do you stalk people at the grocery store?
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#876364 Mar 19, 2013
Auntblabby wrote:
<quoted text>
yur not going to give yur life in Obama's war with Iran?
i have the skills needed to fly a drone. i'm even thinking of contacting my Republican congresscritter to see if he can hook me up with one from one of his campaign contributors from the drone lobby.

so...what are you GPS coordinates?
Auntblabby

Arvada, CO

#876365 Mar 19, 2013
Think conservatives have troubles? Look at the left.

Posted by Jennifer Rubin on March 19, 2013 at 11:00

Conservatives have their problems these days, but these issues are actually mild compared to the really big problem at the core of liberal statism. Conservatives need to empathize, readjust some applications of conservatism and talk like regular people; liberalism however is flawed at its very core.

David Brooks puts it as succinctly as anyone when he writes that “the entire Democratic governing vision, from President Obama on down, is based on the notion that we can have a growing welfare state and pay for it by taxing the top 2 percent.” This is impossible, as he notes, since there are not enough rich people to pay for all of that and you wind up with negative “long-term changes in social norms, behavior and growth.” The alternative is to raise taxes on everyone, which makes liberalism more honest but politically unfeasible.

The gospel truth published in the leftist Washington Post.
Auntblabby

Arvada, CO

#876366 Mar 19, 2013
"liberalism works fine until you run out of other people's money"

Margaret Thatcher

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