|Smellvin - 2008-01-05 |
This should knock him down a few points in NH.
Also, that mass of white hair behind McCain is Joe Lieberman, his possible running mate.
|jangbones - 2008-01-05 |
The funny part is...McCain is the most palatable Republican candidate right now. Ewww...
No, he isn't. Huckabee is. Huck is a fucking loon, but at least he is not 100% likely to start world war 3 by bombing Iran. I think that's his appeal, he's pretty much the only guy not saying "let's bomb everyone until they love us".
I don't know, I kind of agree. I would vote for McCain in a heartbeat if he didn't have such absurd views on the war.
Huckabee recently reiterated his belief that AIDS victims should be "quarantined" based on his belief it can be spread through casual contact.
He is aware that scientists say otherwise, but given that those people are the same ones who disagree with him about evolution being fake and the earth not being 6,000 years old, he has little respect for their opinion.
McCain actually has a fair chance at the nomination this time, thanks to a dismal GOP field and the fact that the Republican bigwigs hate Huckabee (he says we have a Christian responsibility to help the poor? Destroy the traitor!) and are already pulling out the stops to derail him.
So McCain might get the nod, at which point comments like this will sink his national campaign. There's also a picture of him and Bush happily eating birthday cake together the day after Katrina hit (and another day before either of them did anything about it) that's bound to resurface sooner or later.
Not that we aren't aware of your homophobic views, Mr Buttsex, sir, but there is a slight difference between "not fawning over" someone and "locking them away from the rest of society".
|minimalist - 2008-01-05 |
Five stars for the bearded guy's reaction. That would be mine, too.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-01-05 |
I'd rather spend the next hundred years in Iraq than admit our mistake!
|kingarthur - 2008-01-05 |
The prospect of the republicans winning the next election is enough to make me religious. Brrrrr.
|yeahjim - 2008-01-05 |
Make it a thousand! A million! Goddamn, I'm tough!
Also, double Gitmo! No, triple it! Then, clone it! A gitmo in every pot!
I should be Nine-Eleven President of the United Nine-Eleven States, because I was mayor of Nine-Eleven during Nine-Eleven. Nine-Eleven.
|IrishWhiskey - 2008-01-05 |
Guess how many soldiers were killed by post-war insurgent forces in Korea and Japan?
Guess how many in Iraq?
Over 3,000 and counting.
Well in Japan we predicted an impossible invasion due to the Japanese belief the Emperor was a God and they would die to defend their homeland. In Iraq we predicted we would be greeted as liberators. So who knows.
Well, clearly the answer is: we should have dropped a couple nukes on Iraq first. I'm just saying, we did it to Japan, and look how well our reconstruction worked!
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to watch some more videos of tied-up Japanese men being hit in the crotch by volleyballs.
|Syd Midnight - 2008-01-08 |
Now every time I see the McCain banner ad on P_N that says " million to study the DNA of bears?" I think "Make it a hundred!"
|baleen - 2008-01-08 |
Wow you mean the United States is redeploying their military after the cold war fucking hell that's nuts.
Did you even watch the video at all?
|Pillager - 2008-02-05 |
We're spending 8-10 billion a month in Iraq.
Do the repubs expect us to keep this up during a recession?
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