|SolRo - 2013-05-31 |
Talking-Point-O-Tron vs Scripted Fembot
I WAS HIRED TO BE HOT AND CHEW BUBBLEGUM, AND I'M ALL OUT OF BUBBLEGUM.
i was going to keep hating on Kelly but then I watched that bloated weasel faced shitstain talk and i guess there are worse things than megygygygygn kelly
|zerdzer - 2013-05-31 |
could anybody come up with a more disgusting cast of characters than those three?
instead of this silly squabbling, they should talk about this http://en.wikip edia.org/wiki/Feminization_of_poverty
"could anybody come up with a more disgusting cast of characters than those three?"
yes, and they're all fox news employees or regular guests.
|ashtar. - 2013-06-01 |
I have intense levels of lovehate for Megyn Kelly. I would be willing to headbutt fight the other males for a chance to mate with her.
|Mother_Puncher - 2013-06-01 |
"And it's hurting our children."
You can tag that along to any bullshit and it will work. Unless those words are Christianity, capitalism or punishing your children.
And so basically this republican douchebag is basically saying he blames the quality of life for kids of gay couples more on income
|fermun - 2013-06-01 |
Megyn Kelly is really good about defending issues that would potentially effect Megyn Kelly.
Jet Bin Fever
You mean affect, not effect. Just fyi, not trying to be a jerk... its just a common mistake that you can benefit on papers and stuff by not making!
Rodents of Unusual Size
Without hypocrisy to grease those gears she would just shut down and her search for a heart would be forever unfulfilled.
|Xenocide - 2013-06-01 |
"We are looking at a society where change is an absolute hallmark."
Also known as EVERY SOCIETY EVER SINCE THE BEGINNING OF TIME.
Lou laid out the cause of the modern conservative's perpetual misery in stark detail. Being opposed to change itself is like being opposed to the sun going down once a day.
Playing devil's advocate here a little: I don't think (rational) conservatives actually hate CHANGE, just how it's implemented, i.e., whether it occurs "naturally" due to social changes or whether those in power try to force change (i.e., social engineering). The LGBT movement deserves all the credit for changing people's social attitudes in the last few decades, thereby allowing legislation to progress more or less smoothly. If gay marriage had been pushed through much more abruptly in, say, the 1990s, the resistance would probably have been much more irrational, powerful, and violent (like what we're seeing in France right now).
Sorry not "naturally" but just that legislation follows social change and not the other way around.
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-06-01 |
I really hate when they regurgitate the "b-but in the animal kingdom" statements as proof.
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