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Desc:He also mentions something about Saddam...
Category:News & Politics, Crime
Tags:hardball, Saddam Hussein, Ari Fleischer, deluded, How dare you!
Submitted:kamlem
Date:03/12/09
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Comment count is 44
Wytze! - 2009-03-12
I am the Ari Fleischer! King of the Douches!
Dinkin Flicka - 2009-03-12
Bark bark bark!

Lots of memos missed by that Ari Fleischer...
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-03-12
Yeah, Obama will get on that Hallmark note right away Ari.
CornOnTheCabre - 2009-03-12
I totally agree. After we killed Saddam Hussein, we removed any possibility of him orchestrating a terrorist attack against America. Seems like perfectly sound logic to me, guys.
takewithfood - 2009-03-12
Not just "a" terrorist attack, but ANOTHER. He implies Saddam Hussein was behind 9/11 (at 1:09).

dgraham - 2009-08-30
What about the fact that Mr. Hardball has nothing to say to him about that? I'm at least as pissed about that fact as that Ari said something so stupid in the first place.

I guess, I expected him to be an asshole douche and to continue spewing lies, but for a reporter to ignore and act like it's OK just perpetuates shit.

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-03-12
Moments of lucidity must, now and again, creep into their minds. Those moments must be like Hell.
allcaps - 2009-03-12
Why do people ask the press guy anything? They're always the person with the least capacity for independent thought in the country. That's their job description. Even that little fat guy that turned against Bush could only parrot "shocking revelations" that everyone on the planet had before him.
rustedmutt - 2009-03-12
If Ari Fleischer was a jellybean, he'd be one of those goddamn faux-buttered-popcorn nuggets that infest every single bag of assorted Jelly Bellies I've ever bought.

Go fuck yourself, Ari.
B. Weed - 2009-03-12
The Jelly Belly people claim that popcorn flavor is one of their best sellers. God help us.

joelkazoo - 2009-04-16
Hey, I *LIKE* the buttered popcorn Jelly Belly jelly bean! If we're going to call Ari a Jelly Belly, I vote for Plum.

Cap'n Profan!ty - 2009-03-12
Of course, the anthrax attacks don't count as "terrorism."
Cena_mark - 2009-03-12
Those were domestic terrorism. Like the Oklahoma City Bombing, which happened under Clinton's watch.

allcaps - 2009-03-12
Domestic terrorism doesn't count. Terrorism that happens to our allies doesn't count. Terrorism that happens to us in other countries doesn't count. Terrorism that happens in the forest to brown people can't be heard. There's a lot of exceptions being applied here.

Cena_mark - 2009-03-12
Being a liberal must be like the film "Groundhog Day." You wake up in the morning and everyday is Sept 10 2001.

Stog - 2009-03-12
Every day during the Bush administration was Bush being trapped in a perpetual cycle of fucking things up. It was like a more progressive and ignorant Groundhog Day.

CornOnTheCabre - 2009-03-12
BING!

KnowFuture - 2009-03-12
OMG TEH NINE ELEVAN CHANGED EVERYTHING

RomancingTrain - 2009-03-12
You're making even less sense than usual Cena, is it really that hard to stay in character this long?

Randroid - 2009-03-12
Thanks, Punxsutawney Phil, for telling us how much more winter we can expect.

Louis Armstrong - 2009-03-12
Being a conservative must be like sticking your dick in an electric socket, and calling it great after all of your friends have told you its better then pussy.

Cena_mark - 2009-03-12
All I'm saying is that the Bush presidency wasn't a "total failure" as you put it. You guys don't even know why, but its just a "total failure" cause Obama, or Keith Olbermann just said so.
The tax cuts were one of his successes. Unlike Obama George Bush knows that to save a struggling economy you have to give money to people with the power to stimulate the economy. The tax cuts worked and held off the Clinton recession and the 911 recession. Liberals just hated the tax cuts cause they are jealous of the rich. I'm not rich, but I'm smart enough to know when they do well so do the poor.
Bush kept America secure. Radical Islam did wage war on the U.S. and Bush kept us safe. Whether or not you like the war in Iraq it did distract the terrorists, and kept them busy there so they weren't blowing up Americans here.

zatojones - 2009-03-12
We have to give money to one specific segment of the economy or another? Take your class warfare elsewhere, Cena.

HURF BLURF DUH - 2009-03-12
"I'm not rich, but I'm smart enough to know when they do well so do the poor."

Really? Then how do you explain the last twenty eight years? The rich have been doing fucking fantastic ever since Reagan. How have the poor been doing in all that time?

This sentence shows how incredibly well mark understands the role he's playing. Only someone who truly gets the depth to which the lower economic half of America has been duped could write that sentence.

Louis Armstrong - 2009-03-12
Cena, go and fuck your electical socket straw man.

The fuck just said Saddam caused 9/11.

Thats the outrage at this clip.

You are about as sharp as a circle.

Camonk - 2009-03-12
Why do you people keep doing this
Why do you keep allowing this happen
Cena_Mark happened on our watch

simon666 - 2009-03-12
Cena, technically if you are going to "define" something with quotes you must then actually "explain what you meant." "Total failure" is still begging to be explained.

Senator_Unger - 2009-03-12
Damnit Baleen, are you doing to do this all through Obama's presidency?

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2009-03-12
Billy Buttsex part II.

Ghoul - 2009-03-12
Forgive me if I am stating the obvious, but Cena_Mark is playing you all of you for fools.

Cena has set up a character that is so obsessed with pro-wrestling, that he feels the need to relate it to most of his real world interactions. In the case of PoeTV, Cena_Mark was exposed to an over abundance of "blind" liberal thought, and as a result sought to play the role of the "Heel" to balance things out.

"Cena_Mark" is truly exceptional performance art from the mind of an absolute mad man.




Cleaner82 - 2009-03-12
Oh my god he is the PoETV heel! I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT!!! Layers upon layers...

Keefu - 2009-03-12
Cena_mark is not performance art, he's a fat white dude from the South.

Bring back Billy Buttsex.

Cena_mark - 2009-03-12
Keefu: Fat? I'm a buck 85 of muscle. You wouldn't say that to my face.

zatojones - 2009-03-12
we've all seen you. you're a chubber

Keefu - 2009-03-14
Chubby_mark

Glenn or Glennda - 2009-12-11
Three things I distinctly remember are

1. Republicans voting a tax cut to "stimulate the economy."

2. The Fed raising interest rates at about the same time, which is traditionally done to slow the economy.

3. The rise in interest rates leading to a bump in foreclosures.

All at about the same time.

Now, the traditional argument is that tax cuts lead to investment, and that's supposed to be good for the economy, but one of the things that caused the credit crisis is lots and lots of money looking for a place to invest. That's why the standards got lower and lower. There was more money out there than investments.

Spit Spingola - 2009-03-12
Ari Fleischer's words hit my brain like several blunt objects.
Cheese - 2009-04-07
Or perhaps like a couple of fully loaded jet airliners?

kwash - 2009-10-25
5, for not seeing that one coming.

Udderdude - 2009-03-12
lol america
Billie_Joe_Buttfuck - 2009-03-12
Jesus ignorant christ.
Xenocide - 2009-03-12
It's true, though. Saddam Hussein did not strike again. Especially since he did not strike at all in the first place. So for that to happen he would have to strike twice, I guess.
Wombles - 2009-11-21
Saddam exists in several spaces and times; he is an ephemeral, malevolent force of evil, forever threatening our nation.

Do not underestimate the Butcher of Baghdad.

Glenn or Glennda - 2009-12-11
Why does he do that? When he was press secretary, he had no choice but to lie, but now he's deliberately coming on TV to lie. Hoping for a job in the Palin administration?
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