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blech

Princeton, WV

#23548 Aug 22, 2013
Dictionary of retardism..

abstinence-only sex education -(n.) Ignorance-only sex education.

alternative energy sources -(n.) New locations to drill for gas and oil.

bankruptcy -(n.) A punishable crime when committed by poor people but not
corporations.

"burning bush" -(n.) A biblical allusion to the response of the President
of the United States when asked a question by a journalist who has not
been paid to inquire.

Cheney, Dick -(n.) The greater of two evils.

China -(n.) See Wal-Mart.

class warfare -(n.) Any attempt to raise the minimum wage.

climate change -(n.) The blessed day when the blue states are swallowed by
the oceans.

compassionate conservatism -(n.) Poignant concern for the very wealthy.

creationism -(n.) Pseudoscience that claims George W. Bush's resemblance
to a chimpanzee is totally coincidental.

DeLay, Tom -(n.) 1. Past tense of De Lie. 2. Patronage saint.

democracy -(n.) A product so extensively exported that the domestic supply
is depleted.
blech

Princeton, WV

#23549 Aug 22, 2013
dittohead -(n.) An Oxy(contin)moro(n).

energy independence -(n.) The caribou witness relocation program.

extraordinary rendition -(n.) Outsourcing torture.

faith -(n.) The stubborn belief that God approves of Republican moral
values despite the preponderance of textual evidence to the contrary.

Fox News -(fict.) Faux news.

free markets -(n.) Halliburton no-bid contracts at taxpayer expense.

girly men -(n.) Males who do not grope women inappropriately.

God -(n.) Senior presidential adviser.

growth -(n.) 1. The justification for tax cuts for the rich. 2. What
happens to the national debt when Republicans cut taxes on the rich.

habeas corpus -(n.) Archaic.(Lat.) Legal term no longer in use (See
Patriot Act).

healthy forest -(n.) No tree left behind.

homelandism -(n.) A neologism for love of the Homeland Security State, as
in "My Homeland,'tis of thee, sweet security state of liberty...".

honesty -(n.) Lies told in simple declarative sentences--e.g., "Freedom is
on the march."
blech

Princeton, WV

#23550 Aug 22, 2013
House of Representatives -(n.) Exclusive club; entry fee $1 million to $5
million (See Senate).

laziness -(n.) When the poor are not working.

leisure time -(n.) When the wealthy are not working.

liberal(s)-(n.) Followers of the Antichrist.

Miller, Zell -(n.) The man who shot and killed Alexander Hamilton after a
particularly tough interview on "Hardball."

neoconservatives -(n.) Nerds with Napoleonic complexes.

9/11 -(n.) Tragedy used to justify any administrative policy, especially
if unrelated (See Deficit, Iraq War).

No Child Left Behind - riff. 1.(v.) There are always jobs in the military.
2.(n.) The rapture.

ownership society -(n.) A civilization where 1 percent of the population
controls 90 percent of the wealth.

Patriot Act -(n.) 1. The pre-emptive strike on American freedoms to
prevent the terrorists from destroying them first. 2. The elimination
of one of the reasons why they hate us.

pro-life -(adj.) Valuing human life up until birth.

Senate -(n.) Exclusive club; entry fee $10 million to $30 millio(n).

simplify -(v.) To cut the taxes of Republican donors.

staying the course -(interj.) Slang. Saying and doing the same stupid
thing over and over, regardless of the result.
blech

Princeton, WV

#23551 Aug 22, 2013
stuff happens -(interj.) Slang. Donald Rumsfeld as master historia(n).

voter fraud -(n.) A significant minority turnout.

Wal-Mart -(n.) The nation-state, future tense.

water -(n.) Arsenic storage device.

woman -(n.) 1. Person who can be trusted to bear a child but can't be
trusted to decide whether or not she wishes to have the child. 2. Person
who must have all decisions regarding her reproductive functions made by
men with whom she wouldn't want to have sex in the first place.

“Of Course I Can”

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#23552 Aug 22, 2013
Well that's awkward:

Colin Powell spoke out forcefully Thursday against a sweeping new voting law in North Carolina, arguing that Republicans should be courting minority voters rather than driving them away from the polls.

"I want to see policies that encourage every American to vote, not make it more difficult to vote," the former secretary of state said in a speech at Raleigh, N.C., according to The News & Observer.

Powell added, "It immediately turns off a voting block the Republican Party needs. These kinds of actions do not build on the base. It just turns people away."

Powell's remarks were even more notable given North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's (R) presence at the CEO Forum in Raleigh.

McCrory (R) signed the voting bill passed by the GOP-controlled legislature with little fanfare earlier this month. The law, slated to take effect in 2016, will require government-issued photo IDs at the polls while shortening the early voting period in the state. Democrats and groups such as the NAACP and the ACLU have criticized the law for its punitive effects on minority and young voters. McCrory spoke before Powell at the event.

North Carolina's Democratic senator, Kay Hagan, has called on Attorney General Eric Holder to review the law and a survey from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling showed that half of Tar Heel State voters are opposed to the measure.

http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/c...

“what are you talking about you”

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Since: Mar 11

schlappington, by god

#23553 Aug 22, 2013

wear do thems fynds thems voyturs?
frig my lifes
Captain Obvious

Clawson, MI

#23554 Aug 22, 2013
Why are people still voting? WV's are stupid and let their children eat doo doo. I saw the news piece. That is nasty. WV is nasty.

“what are you talking about you”

Level 8

Since: Mar 11

schlappington, by god

#23555 Aug 22, 2013
howz that hope & chaynge werkin owt four yuns?
http://kdvr.com/2013/08/21/study-welfare-pays...
frig my lifes

“what it is, is what it is!”

Since: Jun 13

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#23556 Aug 22, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
And TeaPublitards wonder why the rest of the world makes fun of them....

Check this out. 1/3 of the TeaTards in Louisiana blame Obama for the fact that the government didn't help them when hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana.

"If this doesn’t terrify you about the amount of misinformation and sheer ignorance in this country, I’m not sure what will. A recent poll done by Public Policy Polling found that 29% of respondents in Louisiana blamed President Obama for the poor response following Hurricane Katrina."

http://www.forwardprogressives.com/new-poll-s...

LOL.

By the way, for the TeaTards here....Obama wasn't president in 2005 when Katrina hit.
Those idiots down there will complain until the cows come home because all they want is somebody else to take care of them. What is the percentage of blacks vs whites in Southern La?

“what it is, is what it is!”

Since: Jun 13

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#23557 Aug 22, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>It's not an opinion. It's mathematics. One billion animals multiplied by two minutes each equals two billion minutes. It takes 1,901 years for one billion minutes to elapse, so at two minutes each, it'll take 3,802 years to load the animals. That makes it impossible (he'd still be doing it), which makes the story bullshit.
Not really. Because you are stupid. Do you have fun licking the window on the short bus. If you want to complain about a stupid religion complain about that stupid Muslim crap.

“what it is, is what it is!”

Since: Jun 13

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#23558 Aug 22, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
<quoted text>Why won't you answer my question? If you would just answer the question, you would have your answer. Now, let's try this one more time:

Where is Obama sending troops to right now? Where is he bringing troops home from?

I know you won't answer the question, but I'll keep asking it. You answer that question and we'll have the answer.

Libya? Don't you mean Syria?

Yeah, we're not falling for that bullshit. The second Obama sent troops to Syria, republicans would start bitching just like they did when we joined the NATO forces in Libya.

Now, just answer those two questions up there and we'll put an end to this little manufactured controversy.
Your an idiot. Grow up stupid.

“what it is, is what it is!”

Since: Jun 13

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#23559 Aug 22, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
<quoted text>Incentive?

Your party is fighting to LOWER the minimum wage and you want to talk about incentive to get off welfare?

LMAO. You can't possibly be serious.
No actually we want to put leaches like you back to work and stop receiving that government check.

“what it is, is what it is!”

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#23560 Aug 22, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
Well that's awkward:

Colin Powell spoke out forcefully Thursday against a sweeping new voting law in North Carolina, arguing that Republicans should be courting minority voters rather than driving them away from the polls.

"I want to see policies that encourage every American to vote, not make it more difficult to vote," the former secretary of state said in a speech at Raleigh, N.C., according to The News & Observer.

Powell added, "It immediately turns off a voting block the Republican Party needs. These kinds of actions do not build on the base. It just turns people away."

Powell's remarks were even more notable given North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's (R) presence at the CEO Forum in Raleigh.

McCrory (R) signed the voting bill — passed by the GOP-controlled legislature — with little fanfare earlier this month. The law, slated to take effect in 2016, will require government-issued photo IDs at the polls while shortening the early voting period in the state. Democrats and groups such as the NAACP and the ACLU have criticized the law for its punitive effects on minority and young voters. McCrory spoke before Powell at the event.

North Carolina's Democratic senator, Kay Hagan, has called on Attorney General Eric Holder to review the law and a survey from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling showed that half of Tar Heel State voters are opposed to the measure.

http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/c...
Why would republicans listen to that moron? He is a RINO and doesn't care a damn thing about the Republican Party.

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Since: Aug 13

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#23561 Aug 22, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Sure we do. It's working. Premium rates are climbing at much lower rates than they did in the early 2000s under Bush, health care exchanges are getting 30-40 percent more customers than expected and MILLIONS of Americans are already reaping the benefits from outlawing pre-existing condition exclusions, and college students across the country have insurance because parents are able to keep them on their insurance policies.
Lets wait and see how it turns out we will not know until it goes in effect

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Since: May 13

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#23562 Aug 22, 2013
Harve Wall Banger wrote:
<quoted text>
Not really. Because you are stupid. Do you have fun licking the window on the short bus. If you want to complain about a stupid religion complain about that stupid Muslim crap.
I do. They're both the same, intertwined bullshit fairy tale used to dupe the stupid. Needless to say, you're in the club.

“what are you talking about you”

Level 8

Since: Mar 11

schlappington, by god

#23563 Aug 22, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
I do. They're both the same, intertwined bullshit fairy tale used to dupe the stupid. Needless to say, you're in the club.
yuns mayks perfuckt cents!
http://download.lardlad.com/sounds/season4/wh...
frig my lifes

“Of Course I Can”

Level 9

Since: Sep 08

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#23564 Aug 22, 2013
About the same as inbred hillbillies vs. retards in WV.
Harve Wall Banger wrote:
<quoted text>
Those idiots down there will complain until the cows come home because all they want is somebody else to take care of them. What is the percentage of blacks vs whites in Southern La?

“Of Course I Can”

Level 9

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#23565 Aug 22, 2013
Nobody expects republitards to listen to anybody. I think he was just saying it to show how ignorant hillbillies are.
Harve Wall Banger wrote:
<quoted text>
Why would republicans listen to that moron? He is a RINO and doesn't care a damn thing about the Republican Party.
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“what it is, is what it is!”

Since: Jun 13

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#23567 Aug 22, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>I do. They're both the same, intertwined bullshit fairy tale used to dupe the stupid. Needless to say, you're in the club.
I want to see people like you go and talk crap about the Muslim religion over in Iran. I wonder how long you would get to keep your head. No you just like blathering on about Christians. What a bigot.

“what it is, is what it is!”

Since: Jun 13

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#23568 Aug 22, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
<quoted text>Nobody expects republitards to listen to anybody. I think he was just saying it to show how ignorant hillbillies are.
It takes a turd like you to point that out. How's that finger doing after wiping that ass without toilet paper, turd?

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