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Phrost
24th June 09, 07:04 PM
I posted this on my blog (http://phrost.com) yesterday.

http://www.phrost.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/dnc-terminator.jpg

A large man approaches the front door to a house in the suburbs and rings the doorbell. It’s answered by a middle-aged woman with a polite, but confused look.

“Are you Sarah Connor Palin?”, the man in sunglasses asks with a thick accent.

“Yes”, she responds, and immediately notices a small, red dot moving up her shirt towards her forehead.

Bang.

Now fortunately the Democratic National Committee doesn’t have a time machine or bodybuilding cyborgs. But as the saying goes, “there’s no time like the present”, and the DNC or their proxies are already on the hunt to pre-emptively “terminate” any potential opponent for the 2012 election. Their squad of Terminators obviously isn’t going around with firearms, smashing through walls and doors to get their prey. The target isn’t the actual members of the Republican opposition, it’s those individuals’ credibility which has been marked for termination. And in the interest of reserving Obama’s stay in the White House for another four years, this political machine feels no pain, no mercy, and absolutely will not stop until that credibility is dead.

Since shortly after the election, this squad of robots has been out in full force, running down a list which began with (and continues to include) Sarah Palin, moved on to young and popular Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, and now includes the fiscal conservative Governor of South Carolina, Mark Sanford.

All three individuals share the potential for a successful run at the oval office in 2012, and all three have been subject to the kind of vitriol that would earn a Republican all sorts of lovely labels including “sexist”, “racist”, “bigot”, among other things. Governor Sanford had no doubt triggered all kinds of warning alarms in DNCNet when he displayed inexcuseable gall by daring to close his mouth when the federal government attempted to cram $700 Million of national taxpayer’s money down his throat.

So what is the weapon being wielded against Mr. Sanford in this case?

He went for a walk.

Literally.

The Governor of the state of South Carolina took a few days off to go enjoy the natural beauty of the state he governs and hike the Appalachian Trail.

And for this, he’s been accused of everything from having a screw loose to having a secret gay tryst with Rush Limbaugh.

I personally don’t care either way about all of this. I just want to document it so that when my descendants wistfully ponder “the good old days when things were simpler”, this may be around to let them know that ultimately, shit never really changes.

Although they probably won’t get the Terminator reference by then.

G-Off
24th June 09, 07:08 PM
Going for a walk is TOTALLY the same thing as flying to Argentina to cheat on your wife.

Q083__hpGTI

Some conspiracy theory, eh?

Zendetta
24th June 09, 07:26 PM
Phrost, you idiot.

Sanford went to Argentina to bang some caramel hottie that was not his wife. It was another in a long line of hypocritical "family values" Republicans that milk the puritanical obsessions of low-brow america despite the fact that they themselves have the libidinal restraint of Clinton in a viagra factory.

Jindal turned out to be Bush-league at best and Palin is a right-wing sex symbol that just happens to be a total dolt who's idea of sex ed is a shotgun wedding.

Yes, the Democrats have finally gotten the hang of go-for-the-jugular, Karl Rove style politics (Thanks to Rahmbo) but the reason the republican party is imploding is that they built their house on a very shaky, bigotted, hypocritical foundation.

Those chickens have come home to roost. Take that garbage off your blog asap.

Stick
24th June 09, 07:30 PM
Yeah, the DNC with its nefarious ability to make the Republican party humiliate itself at every turn: god like.

I hope you posted this in a sort of self deprecating "ha ha, there's a shoe in my mouth regarding Sanford", but I'm afraid I may hope in vane.

socratic
24th June 09, 07:37 PM
You can't make this shit up, ladies and gentlemen.

elipson
24th June 09, 08:54 PM
Ha!

Because Palin REALLY is a threat to the Obama campaign!

I think after watching her finish off the McCain campaign, we don't have to worry about her being a serious contender.

But then again.... two terms of Dubya...

HappyOldGuy
24th June 09, 09:05 PM
I would blow Karl Rove for a chance to see a Palin versus Obama presidential debate in 2012. And barack would be right there double teaming him with me. That's a fucking dream contest for the dems.

Also Phrost, If you think Bill Maher is a democrat hit robot, you are dumber than I think you are.

Sun Wukong
24th June 09, 09:12 PM
...

I literally laughed out loud over this. Fact checking is your friend, not your enemy.

By the way, Bill Maher, is a well known Libertarian.

Holy crap dude, you so need to get shit from an information source other than NRA news letters.

Phrost
24th June 09, 09:33 PM
I wrote it before his press conference.

Hooray for reading comprehension.

Sun Wukong
24th June 09, 09:49 PM
I wrote it before his press conference.

Hooray for reading comprehension.

Yeah, yeah, you wrote it before his press conference, but it doesn't mean you were any less gullible to believe that he was just taking an innocent stroll somewhere without telling his family, his co-workers or even the Lt. Governor where he was going; not to mention, HE'S A GOVERNOR, they don't just fucking disappear for days.

But I see what you are saying, taking a walk for three days "somewhere in the Appalachian Trail" without any communication with anyone in his family or in the government about where or when exactly he was going to do it was totally plausible for a major member of the executive branch of government.

Yeah, that Bill Maher is such a democrat snake for ridiculing that cover story.

Spade: The Real Snake
24th June 09, 10:45 PM
Pix of hot nude Argenlatina and he still gets my vote.

nihilist
25th June 09, 12:09 AM
"I did have sex with that woman, not once, several."

WarPhalange
25th June 09, 01:09 AM
Phrost, you have good intentions, but your efforts are misplaced. You've been shown time and time again that your party likes to have its feet in its mouth. The solution isn't to defend these people. Your best option is to drop them like a hot rock. Your second best option is to catch Dems doing this shit.

Sun Wukong
25th June 09, 02:28 AM
The Governor of the state of South Carolina took a few days off to go enjoy the natural beauty of the state he governs and hike the Appalachian Trail.

I'm sorry, I had to quote the best part. Oh, that poor Sanford. I bet he saw some nice peaks and valleys there. nudge nudge, wink wink. know what I mean eh, know what i mean?

ona-RhLfRfc

Plasma
25th June 09, 06:45 AM
Ha!

Because Palin REALLY is a threat to the Obama campaign!

I think after watching her finish off the McCain campaign, we don't have to worry about her being a serious contender.

But then again.... two terms of Dubya...


She isn't, she will turn into Dole during the '96 campaign. The Republicans will realize they have zero chance to win the '12 election like they had zero chance of defeating Clinton in '96 so they will throw a fodder candidate to get destroyed and save the "real" candidate for '16 when the Republicans have a chance again.

Shawarma
25th June 09, 06:56 AM
Who the hell SHOULD the Republicans run in 2012? Seriously, unless Obama gets caught raping white babies on national TV or something, it doesn't look like he has anything to fear from the current crop of godbotherers and uncharismatic idiots.

Ajamil
25th June 09, 08:01 AM
Not even a year gone by...

Can't we try to run the country for a bit first?

Phrost
25th June 09, 08:09 AM
Can't we try to run the country for a bit first?

That was kind of the point. Obviously I'm going to redact part of the article based on recent information.

But it's become apparent that anyone who pops up as a potential candidate for the repugnicans in 2012 is getting hammered, regardless of whether or not they deserve it.

It's a new low in American political discourse.

Ajamil
25th June 09, 08:16 AM
No, I mean can we deal with the country and not worry about who will run - whether scouting potential candidates or destroying them.

If it wasn't a silly declaration due to lack of knowledge and most likely near impossible, I would vow to not vote for anyone who was planning a campaign before the winter of 2010.

Scrapper
25th June 09, 08:35 AM
No honest person can stomach the election process.

Ergo...No honest person will ever be president.

Until the process changes...it will ever be a case of "Which asshole offends me the least."

billy sol hurok
25th June 09, 08:43 AM
That was kind of the point. Obviously I'm going to redact part of the article based on recent information.

Awwww, and spoil the fun?

(I seriously thought you were kidding in the op for a minute . . .)


But it's become apparent that anyone who pops up as a potential candidate for the repugnicans in 2012 is getting hammered, regardless of whether or not they deserve it.

But they all deserve it, always.


It's a new low in American political discourse.

Stick around until the media stop giving B.O. softball questions, constant puff pieces and nonstop tongue-baths. Even Maher is getting embarrassed.

nifoc
25th June 09, 09:14 AM
How is this a "new" low? I may not get all the american news here in Sweden, but to me they don't seem to have hit the level that the repubs have been playing at for several years. Am I missing something?

Stick
25th June 09, 10:39 AM
It's only a "new low" when it's being done to your side.

GOP political rhetoric has been putrid for decades: family values, greed is good, fear. Is it the other side's fault that they are finally reaping what they've sown?

When you bill yourself as the "moral" candidate and are caught in an utterly hypocritical "immoral" position, you will look worse than if you not claimed to be the champion of the values you just admitted to abandoning. The GOP has sold itself to religious voters as the more pious, righteous party never mind the fact that they're not, and now it's getting them into a wee bit of shit.

Also, Palin has no business running for high office. tThe woman has failed under public scrutiny and holds values and beliefs inconssistant with the modern world- 5,000 years old indeed. It's not the media's fault when they point a video camera at an idiot and they end up with footage of idiocy.

HappyOldGuy
25th June 09, 11:00 AM
It's a new low in American political discourse.
They all deserved it!

Palin is a hypocritical bible thumper with the intellectual depth of a piece of toilet paper who single handedly handed the last election to Obama. Tindal isn't that bad, and he probably still has a future, but his first time on the big stage he fucked up horribly, and now we've got a guy who can't even sneak off to a hotel like a normal douche to get his winkie winked by a woman who isn't his wife.

And yet somehow in Phrosts fever dreams, this is evidence of a grand democratic conspiracy to keep the white man down.

HappyOldGuy
25th June 09, 11:16 AM
A little tool for your republican politicoes.

http://somethingpositive.net/sp06242009.gif

Zendetta
25th June 09, 11:42 AM
It's a new low in American political discourse.

Ninja, Please. Tell it to Gary Hart, huh?

The last time the Dems had someone in the Whitehouse, the Republicans threw everything they had at obstructing the president, right down to squandering millions of taxpayer dollars trying to prosecute a presidential blowjob.

Frankly, the Democrats would be FOOLS to not adopt the same Machiavellian mindset.

And they have a major advantage right now, because the Republican Brand rests on a puritanical, holier-than-thou attitude regarding "moral issues" (fucking L-O-L) to mobilize their retarded, bible-thumping base. And nothing draws the American Taliban to the voting booth like the *snicker* "Defense of Marriage" - which is a hard postition to support if you are banging some broad who isn't your wife.

Or some dude...

A powerful leader getting a little pussy on the side would barely raise an eyebrow in a faggy country like France, but the Right has very succesfully divided our country down the middle with "moral values" wedge issues.

These jokers absolutely deserve to be hoist on their own petard. Fuck them and the whore they rode in on.

Phrost
25th June 09, 12:04 PM
Some of you are missing the point; this is pre-emptive. There's a difference between digging up dirt on actual candidates, and going out of the way to discredit people even before they become candidates.

And for the record, I don't have a side in this. It's just that the Democrats are the ones using these tactics at the moment.

I am not a Republican.

Dagon Akujin
25th June 09, 12:14 PM
But it's become apparent that anyone who pops up as a potential candidate for the repugnicans in 2012 is getting hammered, regardless of whether or not they deserve it.

It's a new low in American political discourse.

And I thought the new low was when Palin turned a joke about getting "knocked up" into a joke about rape, and then basically said that David Letterman was a pedophile.


I mean, that seemed a little bit lower than anything else I'm used to from the Nazicans.

Stick
25th June 09, 12:18 PM
"I am by no means a supporter of the people to whom I provide support!"
-Phrost

HappyOldGuy
25th June 09, 12:28 PM
Some of you are missing the point; this is pre-emptive. There's a difference between digging up dirt on actual candidates, and going out of the way to discredit people even before they become candidates.

And for the record, I don't have a side in this. It's just that the Democrats are the ones using these tactics at the moment.

I am not a Republican.

We aren't missing the point. You don't have one. There is a disconnected series of blatant public gaffes by republican candidates and you are inventing some kind of conspiracy around it.

Or do you think that the republicans secretly snuck in and used mind control drugs on Blagojevich, Edwards, and Spitzer?

WarPhalange
25th June 09, 12:43 PM
I'm sure Democrats have the same rate of cheating on their spouses and turning out to love the cock. The difference is they don't portray themselves to be *above* cheating, and they outright support gay people. So when the former happens, it's bad for them, but not really hypocritical. Certainly not any worse than your average person. And in the latter case, nobody even bats an eyebrow.

The fact is that Republicans set themselves this arbitrary standard and claim to be "better" than the Democrats because of it. That's what makes them look like fools when it turns out they can't meet their own standards. Also, Phrost, I'm not 100% sure, but I think you don't really care about the gay marriage issue, right? So in that case, if it turned out that you were gay, it wouldn't mean a damn thing, because you never claimed that it was a bad thing. So there are plenty of Republicans (since apparently you're not one?) in the same boat as you that wouldn't look bad for turning out to be gay, or if they were pro sex-ed, that their kids turned out to be having sex.

Secondly, I don't get what you mean by attacking people before they are candidates. If a Republican mayor who is a staunch opponent of gays and gay rights turns out to be ass-pregnant, it doesn't matter if he ever wanted to run for President or not. It's still something hilariously hypocritical that deserves to be thrown right in the face of the entire party.

nifoc
25th June 09, 12:53 PM
Some of you are missing the point; this is pre-emptive. There's a difference between digging up dirt on actual candidates, and going out of the way to discredit people even before they become candidates.

Could you please explain how the media doing what the media usually seems to do best (dig up relatively unimportant, but sometimes funny, dirt), on a public figure, any public figure, is some form of conspiracy to destroy the repubs?

This is not a pre-emtive strike, this is what the media always does if they get dirt on someone. They point at it so people can laugh, and the more "moral" the person in question had portrayed himself as and the more "immoral" the dirt, the funnier it is. Or are you suggesting that the media ignore dirt on public figures that aren't running for president? The guy holds public office for fucks sake, of course the media will print any dirt they have on the guy.

Ajamil
25th June 09, 12:56 PM
I think the point Phrost was getting at is that this wasn't the media, but the opposing political party.

No problems if the media wants to go digging around, but (and I don't know if it's true) if the Dems are wasting time trying to weaken Repub candidates THREE YEARS before the election, that should get a yellow card on the field.

So - what do have as evidence that this was the Dems and not the media?

WarPhalange
25th June 09, 02:30 PM
No problems if the media wants to go digging around, but (and I don't know if it's true) if the Dems are wasting time trying to weaken Repub candidates THREE YEARS before the election, that should get a yellow card on the field.

Pfft, it's not like they have anything else to do. Fix the country? Please. That's so boring!

Barricading themselves in whatever the hell that Congress voting room deely is called, putting their fingers in their ears and going "LALALALAL!" just so that they don't have to face the fact that they might not be invincible is sooo much more fun!

jubei33
25th June 09, 05:26 PM
well it's like this: if I portrayed myself as this bastion of rational objectivity and got caught basing my opinions in a biased manner, I'd expect to be hung out to dry.

this guy's no different.

WarPhalange
25th June 09, 05:51 PM
Who, Phrost?

Sun Wukong
25th June 09, 05:55 PM
That was kind of the point. Obviously I'm going to redact part of the article based on recent information.

But it's become apparent that anyone who pops up as a potential candidate for the repugnicans in 2012 is getting hammered, regardless of whether or not they deserve it.

It's a new low in American political discourse.


Did you just not watch the news for the last 20 years or what?

24 hour cable news is a new thing to you I guess.

I see you are also pointedly ignoring that this kind of skewering is going in both directions and has been going in both directions for a very long time.

Additionally, I don't know why, but I like the phrase Repugnicans. It's just catchy and sounds right.

WarPhalange
25th June 09, 06:02 PM
Or do you think that the republicans secretly snuck in and used mind control drugs on Blagojevich, Edwards, and Spitzer?

The problem with these cases is that Republicans just aren't that funny. All I ever heard about those three cases was serious discussion. The GOPs don't have anything equivalent to The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, or even Bill Maher.

Hell, the left made fun of Blagojevich. The GOPs are just too tense. They need to relax a bit and learn to have fun. That's kind of their platform, though, not having any fun. No sex, no pot, no nudity or violence on TV (but the overly protective Dems support that, too, I guess). "Fun" isn't in their vocabulary.

They're like the fat kid that everybody makes fun of, but who can't make any retorts, and if he does ever get an opportunity to strike back, he squanders it by being an annoying little ass about it instead of playing it cool and maybe even making some friends in th eprocess.

Dagon Akujin
25th June 09, 06:05 PM
^^^^^^If I remember correctly, that phrase came from conservative talk-show hosts to use on Republican politicians who were not far-right enough. See, it just goes to prove that the Nazicans do it to themselves too.

Here are some things that might make you a "repugnican" or equally a "rePUBEican". Things like:

Not wanting to go to war all the time against everybody.
Not wanting to torture foreigners.
Not wanting to place everybody in jail.
Not wanting the death penalty for everybody.
Not wanting to everybody to own a fully-automatic handgun.
Not wanting taxes to be lowered to 0 (at least for the richest 'Merercans).
Not wanting to shout repeatedly that the U.S.A. is the best and can do whatever it wants.
Not wanting to bend all the rules and have free reign the moment your party gets in control.
Not wanting to competely stall congress to a standstill the moment Democrats get a majority.
Not wanting to refuse all compromise and label anyone against you (or your party) a traitor and a hater of American values.

Zendetta
25th June 09, 06:52 PM
The GOPs are just too tense. They need to relax a bit and learn to have fun. That's kind of their platform, though, not having any fun. No sex, no pot, no nudity or violence on TV (but the overly protective Dems support that, too, I guess).

You are right about everything but the violence. Turns out that Jeebus is totally OK with showing kids blood and guts, just not boobs.

WarPhalange
25th June 09, 06:54 PM
Ahh, gotcha.

Zendetta
25th June 09, 09:24 PM
BWAHAHAHAHAHA!

FAUXNews story on this "accidentally" lists Sandford as a Democrat!!!

http://mediamatters.org/blog/200906240026

WarPhalange
25th June 09, 09:46 PM
Not the first time, either.

FriendlyFire
26th June 09, 12:33 AM
Bobby Jindal has it 2012. Counter the first black president with the first indian president. Also, the whole he slept with a prostitute back in the day thing is not a big deal. It probably helps make him seem more like average joe, connect with the people you know? At least he payed the girl... (shot at clinton)

Edit: To be clear, by 'it' I mean the nomination not the election. Honestly, Jindal is the best shot the republicans have by far, though it is still not a very good one. Obama will most likely get 4 more years. Actually, they might just sacrifice Palin or someone to save Jindal for 2016. I doubt they will though.

Ajamil
26th June 09, 12:43 AM
Pfft. There won't be a 2016 election. After November, the world ends, remember?

FriendlyFire
26th June 09, 01:16 AM
Pfft. There won't be a 2016 election. After November, the world ends, remember?
I just saw the previews to that movie too! Just slips my mind some times.

PS. It is december 21

Ajamil
26th June 09, 01:42 AM
Oh I know. As part of a fringe cult, I got to hear just about every prophecy and conspiracy theory out there. If you look up on it, the Mayan calender doesn't end on that day, it resets. Thinking the world will end 12/21/12 is like thinking the world will end at midnight because that's when the numbers on the clock stop.

elipson
26th June 09, 01:50 AM
Oh I know. As part of a fringe cult, I got to hear just about every prophecy and conspiracy theory out there. If you look up on it, the Mayan calender doesn't end on that day, it resets. Thinking the world will end 12/21/12 is like thinking the world will end at midnight because that's when the numbers on the clock stop.

Well that would be a shitty premise to a movie. You're fired.

WarPhalange
26th June 09, 01:58 AM
Oh I know. As part of a fringe cult, I got to hear just about every prophecy and conspiracy theory out there. If you look up on it, the Mayan calender doesn't end on that day, it resets. Thinking the world will end 12/21/12 is like thinking the world will end at midnight because that's when the numbers on the clock stop.

Wasn't that the whole premise behind the Y2K scare?

socratic
26th June 09, 06:24 AM
That was kind of the point. Obviously I'm going to redact part of the article based on recent information.

But it's become apparent that anyone who pops up as a potential candidate for the repugnicans in 2012 is getting hammered, regardless of whether or not they deserve it.

It's a new low in American political discourse.

Are you shitting me? I think Watergate is a bit lower than a mere mud-throwing campaign, don't you think? And if it isn't... wow, you Americans (pre-emptive fix'd, republicans) are pussies.

Maybe it's because I'm actually not secretly gay [lol, republicans are gay, geddit?], but I don't know how anyone could find Sarah Palin attractive. Seriously. She's MILF minus the ILF.

Shawarma
26th June 09, 06:39 AM
Politically speaking, Jindal has one major thing going against him: He is FUCKING ugly.

This really matters, although it shouldn't. It pick Palin to beat him any day of the week.

Scrapper
26th June 09, 07:38 AM
Our system is so broken. I am really ready for the post-apocalyptic wasteland. I have been playing Fallout 3 a lot and I believe I have everything I need.

1. Jeep
2. Leather motorcycle jacket
3. Facial hair
4. Perpetually empty "thousand yard" stare.
5. Large caliber handguns that I have almost no ability to find ammo for
6. All 3 seasons of "Survivorman" memorized


Yup...I should be good. Fuck all y'all.

Lohff
26th June 09, 10:20 AM
The return of Quetzalcoatl in 2012, I'm telling you. I'm cutting a baby's heart out just to ensure I have the appropriate sacrifice ready. Aztecs, FTW.

Ajamil
26th June 09, 10:50 AM
Man can I derail or what.

Anyway, mudslinging and devious tactics have been in politics since there were populations. Hell, even chimps have it - except their slinging is literal, and they don't use mud.

The question is when does it become so much political drama that the government process is overshadowed, and the population has to step in?

Phrost
26th June 09, 11:14 AM
Yes, but going after people just because they might run for president is pretty fucking low.

I don't remember anyone carving holes into Obama's ass 5 minutes after he gave his speech at the 2004 DNC convention.

HappyOldGuy
26th June 09, 11:18 AM
Yes, but going after people just because they might run for president is pretty fucking low.

I don't remember anyone carving holes into Obama's ass 5 minutes after he gave his speech at the 2004 DNC convention.

Your ability to ignore inconvenient facts is a joy to behold.

Shawarma
26th June 09, 11:43 AM
Well, nobody thought the nigger would win, did they?

Cullion
26th June 09, 01:26 PM
Your American politicians just don't do personal depravity properly like ours do.

Shawarma
26th June 09, 01:52 PM
I dunno, last SCANDALOUS headline I saw was about some MP watching porn on his gubermint expense account. Pretty tame, compared to the American meth-snorting assfucking godbotherers, Oval Office dicksucking and dropping napalm on women and children.

Cullion
26th June 09, 02:11 PM
The scandal wasn't the porn, it was charging us for the porn.

Remember though, we've had dudes commit suicide by auto-erotic asphyxiation or get caught giving blow-jobs to strangers in public parks amongst our politicians.

Zendetta
26th June 09, 02:58 PM
I gotta say, our bible thumping, ass-fucking evangelicals definitely give your pasty Eton-schooled sodomite aristocracy a run for their money.

HappyOldGuy
26th June 09, 03:21 PM
The scandal wasn't the porn, it was charging us for the porn.

Remember though, we've had dudes commit suicide by auto-erotic asphyxiation or get caught giving blow-jobs to strangers in public parks amongst our politicians.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Craig

Sun Wukong
26th June 09, 03:25 PM
The scandal wasn't the porn, it was charging us for the porn.

Remember though, we've had dudes commit suicide by auto-erotic asphyxiation or get caught giving blow-jobs to strangers in public parks amongst our politicians.

UK politician involved in "dogging"? You'd think that would have made bigger news.

Edit: on second thought, you guys are Europeans, we all expect you to be godless sex crazed heathens with no sexual morals. Just as you can clearly expect us to be self righteous, holier than thou cunts willing to kill women and children with 2000 lb bombs for political brownie points.

WarPhalange
26th June 09, 03:42 PM
Well, nobody thought the nigger would win, did they?

Yeah I know, who thought people would vote for a Muslim named "Hussein"? I thought we've had enough of Hussein.

Sun Wukong
26th June 09, 03:44 PM
Yes, but going after people just because they might run for president is pretty fucking low.

I don't remember anyone carving holes into Obama's ass 5 minutes after he gave his speech at the 2004 DNC convention.

BTW, the Obama is a SECRET Muslim game started in 2004 BEFORE the DNC convention. Don't believe me?

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1189687/posts





"I feel sad having to expose Barack Obama," says Martin, "but the man is a complete fraud. The truth is going to surprise, and disappoint, and outrage many people who were drawn to him. He has lied to the American people, and he has sought to misrepresent his own heritage.

"Obama's life story is vastly different from the one he portrays. My point: if he will lie about his mother and father, what else is he lying about? Can we expect 'bimbo eruptions?'


"Fiction: Obama stated in his Convention speech: 'My father ... grew up herding goats.' The 'goat herder' claim has been repeated endlessly. It is a lie. Fact: Obama's grandfather, Hussein Onyango Obama was a prominent and wealthy farmer. His son, Obama's father, was a child of privilege, not privation. He was an outstanding student, not a herdsman.


"Fiction: Obama was given an 'African' name. Fact: Obama is a Muslim who has concealed his religion. I am a strong supporter of the Muslim community, and I believe Muslims have been scapegoated. Obama has a great opportunity to be forthright. Instead, he has treated his Muslim heritage as a dark secret. His grandfather was named 'Hussein.' That is an Arabic-Muslim, not African, name. Hussein was a devout Muslim and named his son, Barack Senior, 'Baraka.' Baraka is an Arabic word meaning 'blessed.' Baraka comes out of the Koran and Arabic, not Africa.


"Barack Senior was also a devoted Muslim, and also chose a Muslim name for his son, our own Barack Obama, Junior. Again, his name was an Arabic and Koranic.


Obama has spent a lifetime running from his family heritage and religious heritage. Would his father have given his son a Koranic name if the father was not a devout Muslim? Obama's stepfather was also a Muslim. Obama will be the first Muslim-heritage senator; he should be proud of that fact. There is nothing to be ashamed of in any of the three great Abrahamic religions.


"Fiction: Obama Senior was a harmless student 'immigrant' who came to the United States only to study. Fact: Obama was part of one of the most corrupt and violent organizations in Africa: the Kenyatta regime. Obama's father ran back to Kenya soon after the British left. It is likely Obama's father had Mau Mau sympathies or connections, or he would not have been welcomed into the murderous inner circle of rapists, murderers, and arsonists. I believe Obama's secret shame at his family history of rape, murder and arson is what actualizes him. Our research is not yet complete. We are seeking to examine British colonial records. Our investigation to date has drawn on information on three continents.


"And what about Obama's beloved Kenyan brothers and sisters? None of his family was invited to Boston to share his prominence. Are his relatives being kept in the closet? Where are they? More secrecy, more prevarication.


"It is time for Barack Obama to stop presenting a fantasy to the American people. We are forgiving and many would still support him. It may well be that his concealment is meant to endanger Israel. His Muslim religion would obviously raise serious questions in many Jewish circles where Obama now enjoys support," Martin states.


"Our investigation is continuing. In he meantime, Crown Books should stop selling Obama's novelization of his life. We have asked Crown to do that. Obama is living a lie."



Please compare that ridiculous tirade up there to late night jokes about kidnapping coyotes in order to fuck them on a moonlit night in the Appalachian Trail. Which one is filled with venom and malicious intent, and which one is a joke at your expense after you drop some ridiculous cover story about "going hiking" for 3 days.

Now, excuse me for a second.

HOW THE FUCK DID YOU NOT SEE THIS SHIT BEFORE NOW COMING FROM ALL SIDES? It's like you just woke up and looked outside and said, Holy shit... the sky is BLUE??!?!?! Call NASA!! Call the NSA!!! Call anybody, this blue shit air shiznitz is fucking crazy up in here.

FickleFingerOfFate
26th June 09, 04:01 PM
This thread DELIVERS!

Cullion
26th June 09, 04:21 PM
I gotta say, our bible thumping, ass-fucking evangelicals definitely give your pasty Eton-schooled sodomite aristocracy a run for their money.

Neither of the cases I mentioned was from an especially upper-class background.

Etonians don't get caught.

Cullion
26th June 09, 04:24 PM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Craig

Ron Davies was our man. He got caught at a homosexual cruising spot near a motorway service station by a paparrazo a while after the first incident and claimed that he'd been 'looking for Badgers'.

There was an unsubstantiated rumour that he'd also once been caught by police taking Bukkake from multiple strangers whilst wearing a woman's dress in a public park.

Phrost
26th June 09, 04:25 PM
Bah, I stand corrected. I'm not so attached to any ideology that I cling to it in spite of the facts.

This is nothing new, same old shit. Hooray.

WarPhalange
26th June 09, 04:28 PM
Bah, I stand corrected. I'm not so attached to any ideology that I cling to it in spite of the facts.

Good for you. That is the difference between you and the sheep on both sides of the political spectrum.

Zendetta
26th June 09, 04:29 PM
Bah, I stand corrected. I'm not so attached to any ideology that I cling to it in spite of the facts.

This is nothing new, same old shit. Hooray.

Tapout beats a broken arm, thats for sure!


My biggest (current) concern over related Obama-Rama happenings is how he (allegedly) gave power to the FEDERAL RESERVE to basically keelhaul any company whose failure could "endanger the economy". That is not a good development, imo.

short version:
how do fascism?

Has anyone heard about this?

Sun Wukong
26th June 09, 04:30 PM
heh heh, Thread WINNER. right here. i'm not too proud to gloat or to admit it. in many ways, i'm a very, very small man. a small man indeed.

Sun Wukong
26th June 09, 04:32 PM
Tapout beats a broken arm, thats for sure!


My biggest (current) concern over related Obama-Rama happenings is how he (allegedly) gave power to the FEDERAL RESERVE to basically keelhaul any company whose failure could "endanger the economy". That is not a good development, imo.

short version:
how do fascism?

Has anyone heard about this?


6JPcimrnXGA

Zendetta
26th June 09, 04:33 PM
LOL, nice one.

Cullion
26th June 09, 04:38 PM
The thing is Phrost, the Republican mainstream isn't any closer to being Libertarian than many Democrats. Look how they treated Ron Paul.

Sun Wukong
26th June 09, 04:45 PM
Cullion's pretty much spot on this assessment. It's time the face the facts here: the Republican party is NOT financially conservative anymore.

That all ended a long time ago.

They have continually rejected anything resembling conservative economic policy. They may pay it lip service, but when it comes to actually applying it they fail utterly and completely while throwing up a smoke screen of confusion about what defines right-wing economic policy.

Cullion
26th June 09, 04:49 PM
Cullion's pretty much spot on this assessment. It's time the face the facts here: the Republican party is NOT financially conservative anymore.

That all ended a long time ago.

They're much further away than the Democrats from being Libertarians on a lot of social issues too.

Neoconservative Republicans believe in high state spending, especially on military adventurism and oppressive police state bureacracy. They just prefer to fund it with debt and inflation rather than income-based taxation.

Zendetta
26th June 09, 04:53 PM
Theoretically, this should be a great time for Libertarians to step up and start mattering.

But first, we must kill Glen Beck.

HappyOldGuy
26th June 09, 05:11 PM
I think libertarians are the perfect minority party. Their assumption basically is, "don't do it" for all values of it, and they have no nasty social baggage.

If you have one party on the gas and another on the brakes, then the van of state is less likely to hit the guardrail at 85mph.

Cullion
26th June 09, 05:30 PM
They're a bit more activist than that in terms of the long standing institutions many of them would like to dismantle or at least have much more open public oversight of.

HappyOldGuy
26th June 09, 05:56 PM
They're a bit more activist than that in terms of the long standing institutions many of them would like to dismantle or at least have much more open public oversight of.

Hence minority.

Zendetta
26th June 09, 06:00 PM
But really though: we gotta kill Glen Beck.

HappyOldGuy
26th June 09, 06:05 PM
But really though: we gotta kill Glen Beck.

If Lou Dobbs get's caught in the crossfire, that would also be groovy, but Glen Beck must die.

Zendetta
26th June 09, 06:18 PM
Mixed feelings about that, just because Beck's heart is mostly in the right place, he's just highly vocal and highly retarded. A good clean shot to the back of the skull seems about right.

Wheras Dobbs really needs to get gutshot and staked over and antnest.

elipson
26th June 09, 06:29 PM
But first, we must kill Glen Beck.

Finally something we can all agree on.

Sun Wukong
26th June 09, 06:47 PM
Agreed, the Republican party charter needs to be re-written. It's policies need to be redesigned much more in line with Libertarian ideology. Unfortunately, that leaves a very key social demographic out in the cold.

People like these guys:

http://strangeherring.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/rush-limbaugh.jpg

http://secondpagemedia.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/o_reilly_doing_it_wrong.jpg

http://www.expose-the-war-profiteers.org/CIA/lawsuits/case_files/plame_files/karl_rove.jpg

http://www.rotten.com/library/bio/religion/televangelists/pat-robertson/pat_robertson_700_club.jpg

http://dummidumbwit.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/dick-cheney.jpg

These are the rockstars of the Republican Party. They get all the positive press from the conservative media outlets. They are never successfully argued against within their party. They will never let classical, Austrian, Friedmanite... or even Keynesian economic rules override their political interests. Simply put, they do not care for carefully researched academic economic theories, they only care about winning arguments in the public arena and fulfilling their political agenda.

socratic
27th June 09, 07:09 AM
Tapout beats a broken arm, thats for sure!


My biggest (current) concern over related Obama-Rama happenings is how he (allegedly) gave power to the FEDERAL RESERVE to basically keelhaul any company whose failure could "endanger the economy". That is not a good development, imo.

Fun fact! If the government is searching your bank account and finds precious metals and/or weapons they can SEIZE THEM AT WILL. Thank you, Patriot Act.

jubei33
27th June 09, 07:26 AM
I think to counter some of these issues we should incorporate ourselves into a conglomerate, that way we can have limited liability and governments can suck our dicks. The democratic will of the people, ha, fuck them seriously. You want me to pay taxes, follow environmental regulations, pitch in? : fuck you, I've been drinking and the PR office will have bunnies and babies reaching for my ass by monday. NO A-count-a-bil-ity. now get my a coffee

jubei33
27th June 09, 07:26 AM
I think to counter some of these issues we should incorporate ourselves into a conglomerate, that way we can have limited liability and governments can suck our dicks. The democratic will of the people, ha, fuck them seriously. You want me to pay taxes, follow environmental regulations, pitch in? : fuck you, I've been drinking and the PR office will have bunnies and babies reaching for my ass by monday. NO A-count-a-bil-ity. now get me a coffee

Dagon Akujin
27th June 09, 10:06 AM
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1189687/posts




His grandfather was named 'Hussein.' That is an Arabic-Muslim, not African, name. Hussein was a devout Muslim and named his son, Barack Senior, 'Baraka.' Baraka is an Arabic word meaning 'blessed.' Baraka comes out of the Koran and Arabic, not Africa.




http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3070/2878215169_cabea327a2.jpg
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3181/2296936122_95d27ecbb7.jpg
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3082/2884801647_4c58d32e42.jpg
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3031/3002570097_d1e724e87d.jpg
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3233/3002584661_f77e37db16.jpg

Cullion
27th June 09, 10:24 AM
<pics of some militaristic authoritarian chickenhawks>

These are the rockstars of the Republican Party. They get all the positive press from the conservative media outlets. They are never successfully argued against within their party. They will never let classical, Austrian, Friedmanite... or even Keynesian economic rules override their political interests. Simply put, they do not care for carefully researched academic economic theories, they only care about winning arguments in the public arena and fulfilling their political agenda.

It's not just about economics though remember. The one Republican in recent times who argued against them in public was also talking about ending imperial ambitions for moral as well as financial reasons. He argued on Bill Maher's show about how immoral it was to stop sick people from smoking homegrown if it made them feel better etc..

Libertarians aren't just 'old time fiscal conservatives', that's just one expression of what they believe in.

Ajamil
27th June 09, 10:42 AM
John McKano fucking rocks! Too bad Hillary could never pass for Sonya Blade or we'd have some battles to line up.

Dagon Akujin
27th June 09, 06:02 PM
John McKano fucking rocks! Too bad Hillary could never pass for Sonya Blade or we'd have some battles to line up.


Don't forget about Putana. Or was it Paleena (http://www.flickr.com/photos/leopat/2965002746/)?


http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3146/2910604478_b3b193b9ff.jpg

Ajamil
28th June 09, 04:51 PM
Don't forget about Putana. Or was it Paleena (http://www.flickr.com/photos/leopat/2965002746/)?

Do you mean Putana, the witch that tried killing Krishna by breast-feeding him poison, or a mix between Vladimir Putin and Kitana?

TheLordHumungus
15th July 09, 12:07 AM
Finally something we can all agree on.

Yeah. Holy Shit! Even I agree with that. WTF?!

theotherserge
15th July 09, 12:35 AM
If Lou Dobbs get's caught in the crossfire, that would also be groovy, but Glen Beck must die.
Isn't Lou Dobbs already dead? How can something that sucks away all of the oxygen around it still thrive?

(nice necro, huh?)

TheLordHumungus
15th July 09, 02:27 AM
Nah, I necro'ed it first. Practice your dark arts harder.

theotherserge
16th July 09, 12:27 AM
^ *pouts/sulks*