TeenerTot - 2012-10-09 HAW! That button expresses my beliefs for me, freeing me from the chore of forming sentences myself! Uh-hyuck!
joelkazoo - 2012-10-09 That Network quote is taken out of context so often it's not even funny. We're not supposed to agree with Howard Beale, we're supposed to pity him as a man who's gone off the deep end, and shun the network for willingly putting a mentally disabled man on the air for the sake of ratings.
The Townleybomb - 2012-10-09 I keep getting ads for this on facebook, and I click them every time they come up. I figure I've cost this rube a good 20 bucks in the past week alone.
Grandmaster Funk - 2012-10-09 Right wing "humor." How did I know it was just going to be an uncomplimentary nickname and a bunch of shouted catchphrases juxtaposed with no structure or coherence (and certainly no joke structure or humorous conceit anywhere in sight).
I mean, is the button supposed to play Obama quotes or be a bullshit detector?
Old_Zircon - 2012-10-09 This reminds me of a talking statue of bush that was out during his second campaign. They got a pretty convincing impersonator to do it but some of the things it said go back at least to Dan Quayle.
Rudy - 2012-10-09 It reminded me of the Krazy Bill Clinton wristwatch that ran backwards because... well, it ran backwards because he was a bad president or something, I don't know. But it was hilarious!
memedumpster - 2012-10-09 This reminds me of the button the USSR should have pushed in the 80's.
Blue - 2012-10-09 Did this guy just create a novelty product attacking the president that doesn't invoke any race related stereotypes?
Oh, no he didn't.
StanleyPain - 2012-10-09 The deluxe version probably has something in there like monkey eeks and ooks or something.