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orificespace - 2011-12-27

That firewall effect goes on way too long each time. Feels like his graphics are smoldering out of control.

orificespace - 2011-12-27

Also. Has ANY republican ever tried to argue their side without using Smug Mode? Is this the only way they can do it?

Spit Spingola - 2011-12-27

From the title I was expecting him to defend these shitty Republican presidential candidates since it's "a voter's guide" but instead he just launches into over-the-top defensive sarcasm. Calling Republicans fascists is unfair because Occupy Wall Street are fascists.

I'd replace the racist/fascist/greedy venn diagram with one big circle that just says FUCKING ASSHOLES.

MissLadyArtemis - 2012-09-12

Your diagram is more fitting than is. You get my stars.

Spit Spingola - 2011-12-27


Monkey Napoleon - 2011-12-27

The more I see, the more I believe there is no such thing as an intelligent, intellectually honest republican.

The slavery shit, specifically at the end is MINDBLOWING. The not so subtle indictment of welfare as a minority based system to buy votes... just, champion.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-12-28

You have to remember that these guys are pretty much as clued into real life as the nobility of a middle-ages royal court whose ideas about how to sway the masses come from old black-and-white propaganda films from WWII. Add to this a sense of entitlement not seen since the last time someone advocated the Divine Right of Kings with a straight face, and you've got today's GOP.

Binro the Heretic - 2011-12-27

It's not enough that they have more money and power. They will not be satisfied until they are loved and admired as well.

They just can't understand why we don't adore them and will mock us until we do.

Xenocide - 2011-12-27


charmlessman - 2011-12-27

My favorite part is the one where he's absolutely wrong about everything he says.

Riskbreaker - 2011-12-28

To sum up this video: "NO U!"

memedumpster - 2011-12-28

Goddammit, Stanislov Petrov, why didn't you just push the fucking button?

Toenails - 2011-12-28

Free food, housing, and medical care for voting once a day every two years? Those diabolical slave-owning Democrats!

Which is, of course, exactly what you'd expect from asshole racists that take tax-payer money and spend it on social programs in an act of so-called "generosity".

Robin Kestrel - 2011-12-28

Bill Whittle is an editor/producer for Andrew Breitbart's "Big Government" site. He's also a birther. Oh, and he likes to make fun of Michael Moore for being fat.

He can't write for shit, he can't construct an argument without immediately resorting to strawmen and ad hominem, and he has a poor command of English for someone that works in media and wants to appear intelligent.

Everyone knows about "us Republicans", Bill, not everyone knows about "we Republicans." 17 seconds in, and it just goes down the side of Mt. Stupid from there. Trying sooooo hard to appear smart. Look at my Venn diagrams and my tie-less suit jacket and graying temples! Look how smug I am!

joelkazoo - 2011-12-28

He sounds like Kermit on Quaaludes.

TimbolinoBilchard - 2011-12-28

I'm not one to call something retarded, but this guy's logic is RETARDED!!!

Facism was mostly about being buddy-buddy with the corporations to control society. And the original Republicans, like Ronald Reagan, would have no place in today's Republican party.

Bort - 2011-12-29

Ugh. I think you mean that faScism is a form of corporatism, which does NOT mean being buddy-buddy with corporations. Corporatism is a system of social arrangement that the Pope of all people came up with in the late 1800s, as an alternate way of dealing with the issues and disorder that the labor movement was stirring up. Under corporatism -- the Latin root "corpor" meaning "body" -- you treat society as a body, and its various organs (labor, business, agriculture, religion, education, etc) each have a role to play for the proper functioning of society.

Nations such as Sweden and Norway employ a form of corporatism where labor has a seat at the governing table, and the result is a society with many personal liberties and a working class that is well-treated. But fascism is clearly a form of corporatism as well, and under fascism, corporations are under the firm control of government, same as everybody else, for the benefit of those in power. In neither case do corporations have any advantage over any other organ of society.

One of the top ten things I can't stand about Huffington Post is that the locals really really want to use a big word to slam corrupt politicians, and their go-to word is "corporatist". That's about as bad as Teabaggers calling every politician they don't like a socialist ... actually it's worse, in that Teabaggers have at least a vague idea of what "socialist" means.

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