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2010-12-19 11:46:24
Hopey the Clown strikes a pose... Well, this explains where the dillusion came from.
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2009-03-27 08:12:45
super niggar
2008-11-07 11:53:18
i do know about freedom and oppurtunity and not much about pigs, but i do know i am glad to all hell i am not in the USA anymore!!!!
2008-08-11 06:28:41
No, you've been calling the democratic candidate an ass, rather than trying to prove how your choice is any better...
2008-08-11 06:24:42
I question your judgement for deciding to vote for a candidate based on trivial issues like whether or not he wears a flag pin on his lapels rather than by his position regarding such important things like the economy, how the U.S. should deal with the legacy of Bush's war in Iraq, and how can we act in the future to diminish or prevent terroristic violence around the world.
2008-08-10 23:14:10
Didn't call you a pig or an ass,but I do know the difference and I know which end is which!
2008-08-10 21:55:02
exactly what the left-wing is doing, but does it in a dishonest, decitful and underhanded way. IF YOU could see thru all the smoke and mirrors maybe you would begin to understand, but then again I doubt you would! Love it all you want but history will prove the truth.
2008-08-10 21:51:27
I really question his integrity for not placing his hand on his heart for the national anthem being played, removal of the American flag on his campaign jet and not wearing an American flag pin on his lapel.
2008-08-10 18:46:30
I love it...that's classic right-wing rhetoric, Emanuel.. no need for analysis of policies or discussion of issues..just call your opponents asses and pigs and try to make people fearful of the future.
2008-08-10 13:48:42
I apologize for that last remark cause I just realized that no one can teach a pig to sing!
2008-08-10 13:45:31
Remove your blinders and see this Democrat for what he truly is. If you would take the time to learn the FACTS instead of going on blind faith you just might see what is going on, but I doubt you will until it's too late. Enjoy your kool-aid while you can. You obviously don't have any faith in America and the fact that we are the greatest nation of all. If America is so bad then why do so many people from other nations want to come here? Freedom and opportunity--stupid!
2008-08-10 10:07:47
If you're fearful of the future, as Emanuel seems to be, you shouldn't vote for Obama..if you're comfortable with the way things have gone in the US for the past several years, you shouldn't vote for Obama..if you're willing to courageously embrace the future and the possibility of a better, fairer, and more decent society in this nation, then get yer butt out there and VOTE for this man in November !!!
2008-08-10 09:03:50
Give it up patito, you don't even know that both ends of a jackass is still a democrat because the democrats sold out to the Liberal Agenda without realizing that they did. A Republican may have an ass but a Democrat is an Ass. If you knew the real meaning of "change" that NObama has in store for America, you would change your views. I don't agree with Bush 100% but I do believe in America and what she stands for !!!!
2008-08-09 19:10:55
What's really interesting and somewhat ironic about the present political campaign is that nearly all the people bad-mouthing Obama are folks who thought George Bush would make a fine president. We know how that turned out !
2008-08-09 11:43:43
NObama couldn't even be a blackhead on Supermans Ass!!
2008-08-09 08:53:13
Pure unadulterated blind bullshit! These racist persist in concocting lies, and in character assassination because they have no facts to back up their prejudices. And I take it that anti-American remarks are just, like, bad? To right wing apologists, any statement that puts the US in a bad light is Anti-American and therefore . . . uh . . . like, wrong! Try shutting off Faux Noise for a while; some brain function may be restored. Is it anti-American to say that the US has been responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of people over the last 50 years? It happens to be true, but because it conflicts with the PC myth of American exceptionalism, it is an unacceptable statement.
2008-06-18 13:34:12
Just say McPain. McPain. McPain.
2008-06-18 13:32:00
You are so right. The teachings of the religious right prevert the Bible. How Republicans allow the likes of Jerry Farwell and Pat Robertson to lead them is strange to me.
2008-06-18 10:52:06
Just say NObama!
2008-03-23 19:40:01
He may have to start wearing his underwear on the outside like the original.
2008-03-22 14:42:03
There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do do not want to lose their jobs. ---- Booker T Washington I am afraid that there is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don't want the patient to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public. ---- Booker T Washington
2008-03-22 14:33:13
Obama's Mideast Gaffe >From the Chicago Tribune: [Barack] Obama teased [John] McCain, a supporter of the war, for a mix-up in the Middle East Tuesday in which the Arizona senator said several times that Iran was providing support to al Qaeda in Iraq, one of the Sunni insurgent groups there. . . . "Just yesterday, we heard Sen. McCain confuse Sunni and Shia, Iran and al Qaeda," Obama said. "Maybe that is why he voted to go to war with a country that had no al Qaeda ties. Maybe that is why he completely fails to understand that the war in Iraq has done more to embolden America's enemies than any strategic choice that we have made in decades." Since Obama is going around teasing McCain, we thought we should not let an Obama "gaffe," from his "major speech on race," go unremarked. In describing the comments of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright that he found unacceptable, Obama said this: "They expressed a profoundly distorted view of this country--a view that sees white racism as endemic, and that elevates what is wrong with America above all that we know is right with America, a view that sees the conflicts in the Middle East as rooted primarily in the actions of stalwart allies like Israel, instead of emanating from the perverse and hateful ideologies of radical Islam." To characterize the conflicts in the Middle East as "emanating from the perverse and hateful ideologies of radical Islam" is only a partial truth. In fact, Arab states have sought Israel's destruction since its creation; and many of Israel's enemies over the years--Nasser's Egypt, Assad's Syria, Saddam Hussein's Iraq, Yasser Arafat's PLO--have adhered to secular ideologies.
2008-03-22 14:32:50
Obama's Mideast Gaffe >From the Chicago Tribune: [Barack] Obama teased [John] McCain, a supporter of the war, for a mix-up in the Middle East Tuesday in which the Arizona senator said several times that Iran was providing support to al Qaeda in Iraq, one of the Sunni insurgent groups there. . . . "Just yesterday, we heard Sen. McCain confuse Sunni and Shia, Iran and al Qaeda," Obama said. "Maybe that is why he voted to go to war with a country that had no al Qaeda ties. Maybe that is why he completely fails to understand that the war in Iraq has done more to embolden America's enemies than any strategic choice that we have made in decades." Since Obama is going around teasing McCain, we thought we should not let an Obama "gaffe," from his "major speech on race," go unremarked. In describing the comments of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright that he found unacceptable, Obama said this: "They expressed a profoundly distorted view of this country--a view that sees white racism as endemic, and that elevates what is wrong with America above all that we know is right with America, a view that sees the conflicts in the Middle East as rooted primarily in the actions of stalwart allies like Israel, instead of emanating from the perverse and hateful ideologies of radical Islam." To characterize the conflicts in the Middle East as "emanating from the perverse and hateful ideologies of radical Islam" is only a partial truth. In fact, Arab states have sought Israel's destruction since its creation; and many of Israel's enemies over the years--Nasser's Egypt, Assad's Syria, Saddam Hussein's Iraq, Yasser Arafat's PLO--have adhered to secular ideologies.
2008-03-22 14:30:59
This man willingly submitted himself and his children to constant teaching of an evil racist pastor. The man glorified and justified hatred of other races and perverted the Bible to do it. Here is the latest on him: ---- "Sen. Barack Obama's Chicago church reprinted a manifesto by Hamas that defended terrorism as legitimate resistance, refused to recognize the right of Israel to exist and compared the terror group's official charter – which calls for the murder of Jews – to America's Declaration of Independence. The Hamas piece was published on the "Pastor's Page" of the Trinity United Church of Christ newsletter reserved for Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr., who makes regular anti-American, anti-Israel remarks."
2008-03-22 11:52:29
Anything will be betterthan what we've had the lat 7 years..Willie Nelson, Howdy Doody or Rex the Wonder Horse would be an improvement
2008-03-22 10:31:58
He is too Dhimmi friendly.
2008-03-22 10:07:33
He thinks he is..