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SolRo - 2012-01-06

Wooo, maybe we can get one of the loonies beat romney

baleen - 2012-01-06


Walker - 2012-01-06


Walker - 2012-01-06

Oops. Meant mormons, but I guess it still sort of works.

Toenails - 2012-01-07

Here's my stars, keep up the misspellings.

Caminante Nocturno - 2012-01-06

I once knew a guy who was a total Romneycon. He had loads of Romney hentai on his hard drive, and would often fantasize about Romney calling him "Oneechan".

The term "Romney" is, of course, derived from the Nabokov novel Romneyta.

Sanest Man Alive - 2012-01-07

I'd be more interested/horrified to see a convention of Romney fans to discuss their favorite Romneys, have Romney fighting tournaments, sing along to popular Romney theme songs, and of course, show off lots of elaborate Romney cosplay.

Pillager - 2012-01-07

I can't wait to see how Tampa turns out...

joelkazoo - 2012-01-07

Not directed at this video directly:

Why is "flip-flopping" considered a bad thing? Things constantly change on a day-to-day basis, and what works today will not necessarily work tomorrow. Or, "BOB!" forbid, someone points out a flaw in their logic which results in them consciously changing their mind for the better? Why is this bad?

That said, Ron Paul is a racist fucktard, but then, so is everyone in the Republican party.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-01-07

They're tearing each other apart like piranha. It's so awesome.

Bort - 2012-01-07

There's flip-flopping to curry favor with the public, and then there's being fact-driven. Republicans in particular have been through this process of unnatural selection where the more binary and absolute the stance, the better. It shouldn't be hard for conservatives to say "In general, I believe businesses should be able to turn customers away if they so choose, but I make a big exception for the Civil Rights Act, which finally managed to end a century of oppression," and yet they're all afraid to come right out and say it.

pastorofmuppets - 2012-01-07

Probably to avoid pissing off the part of their constituency that hates the Civil Rights Act.

cognitivedissonance - 2012-01-07

His first name is actually "Willard". He doesn't use it because of the obvious cinematic association with somebody who hangs out with parasitical vermin and uses them to wreak vengeance on those who slight him.

godot - 2012-01-07

The reporter intended the anecdote that opened part four of the Boston Globe's profile of Mitt Romney to illustrate, as the story said, "emotion-free crisis management": Father deals with minor but gross incident during a 1983 family vacation, and saves the day. But the details of the event are more than unseemly they may, in fact, be illegal.

The incident: dog excrement found on the roof and windows of the Romney station wagon. How it got there: Romney strapped a dog carrier with the family dog Seamus, an Irish Setter, in it to the roof of the family station wagon for a twelve hour drive from Boston to Ontario, which the family apparently completed, despite Seamus's rather visceral protest.

Write in Seamus in your Republican primary.

Hooker - 2012-01-07

Excellent trailer. Very much looking forward to the documentary.

MissLadyArtemis - 2014-03-23

I love Ron Paul. Not for President. For this.

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