|jangbones - 2012-10-03 |
Also pretty old
|fulakarp - 2012-10-03 |
Doesn't get really evil until 3:17. Pretty pointless exercise though.
|Maru - 2012-10-03 |
Good stuff. Very restrained.
|The Mothership - 2012-10-03 |
47% for Mitt.
|Chocolate Jesus - 2012-10-03 |
To be fair, a lot of these people thought this was the line to spit in a poor persons mouth.
|FABIO - 2012-10-03 |
Is there some Obama iPhone handout joke I missed?
Lucille Bluth at 1:25?
You obviously don't read the Drudge Report.
"The video is drawing attention to the government program — Lifeline — as a national debate unfolds on entitlements and the growing percentage of Americans who pay no income taxes and get a long menu of government benefits"
People who receive more from the government than they pay in taxes. At the national level we call these "red states" and "Exxon".
Focusing only on the poor's income tax payments (while ignoring sales, state, city, usage, payroll, etc. tax burdens) is like saying the homeless guy is better off because he gets free soup at a shelter versus a rich guy being forced to buy dinner at Ruth's Chris.
|delicatessen - 2012-10-03 |
Submitter name synergy.
|Hooker - 2012-10-03 |
By far the worst part of this is the weak jokes. If you can't think of anything witty, stfu. I believe this is a Twain quote, in fact.
yeah, I didn't get like 80% of the "jokes" they were throwing around.
"Hail Caesar" WTF?
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-10-03 |
My stars are for the 19 year old that thinks he has enough money in his pockets that someone would try to take.
|Macho Nacho - 2012-10-03 |
Awkward political jokes made by awkward white people.
|Louis Armstrong - 2012-10-03 |
Hail Caesar! (sarcastic)
Vote for Nero!
|Nikon - 2012-10-03 |
|Screwtape - 2012-10-03 |
I expected a lot of this, same as '08 outside Palin Rallies.
What caught me completely off guard was the guy with the "47%" for Mitt. That's like a super crazy insane-o form of cognitive dissonance.
|chumbucket - 2012-10-03 |
the joke parade
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-10-03 |
These are people that would actually go to a rally. They're already stupid just for showing up.
|FABIO - 2012-10-03 |
I've been to quite a few political gatherings for both parties, and they're always the same.
Republican: A surface air of smiles and bluster built on an undercurrent of xenophobia and bile. The ever present uneasy feeling that they'll all pull a pod people scream if they discover you're not one of them.
Democrat: Tired and weary, but an atmosphere of genuinely wanting to make things better. Always tired though.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2013-02-18 |
I'll bet it's a lot easier to watch this now that you know they've all lost.
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