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Desc:Only now with the advent of Potato Day has tyranny come to our shores
Category:News & Politics, Horror
Tags:Jon Stewart, Daily Show, republicans, Barack Obama, butthurt
Submitted:RockBolt
Date:04/08/09
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zatojones - 2009-04-08
We've always known conservatives are the whiniest bunch of sandy vaginas in the world. Hell they even complained about how stifled they were when they had complete control of every aspect of the government. But now that they're no longer in power the weeping gets fucking REAL.
IrishWhiskey - 2009-04-08
When some principal calls St Patrick's Day "Potato Day", it's clear evidence of an insidious conspiracy to create a tyranny that makes Stalin look like Ghandi.

When the President declares himself above the rule of law, grants himself powers to wiretap, torture, and detain indefinitely without any checks on his power, then you better shut up and support it, or you hate democracy.

pastorofmuppets - 2009-04-08
I voted for Obama and I consider some of his policies and statements to be a step in a positive direction. But he's possibly *worse* than Bush on the wiretapping front, because he made a campaign promise and reversed it (during the campaign, even) and his DoJ is going to continue to defend the telcos.

IrishWhiskey - 2009-04-10
Bush also promised limited government powers (in 1999 anyway), but point well taken. Heck, if the conservatives want to actually fight tyranny by secret surveillance, torture, and executive powers, I'd even be willing to join them in teabaging people.

Xenocide - 2009-04-08
John McCain was barely holding back the flood of crazy during the election. Now that he's gone, the GOP is free to turn into a Saturday morning cartoon. One of the crappier ones, possibly from the creator of Laverne and Shirley Join the Army.
IrishWhiskey - 2009-04-08
On Fox News the other day, I saw an anchor tear in Obama about his trip to Europe. He said Obama was insulting America, acting weak, and pulling a 'Dixie Chicks'.

Think about that. He levels vicious personal insults at the President because the President is like those women the conservatives attacked, censored, and charged with treason for the crime of... insulting the President.


EvilHomer - 2009-04-08
You know, none of this nonsense would be happening if Ron Paul had of won.

Louis Armstrong - 2009-04-08
They really need to buy those plates. After all there is a limited supply! Support the economy!
pressed peanut sweepings - 2009-04-08
You know, last year was the International Year of the Potato. This is clear evidence that the Potato Lobby has overthrown the Reptilian Brotherhood.
mashedtater - 2009-04-08
Things don't bode well for the space pope.

Kumquatxop - 2009-04-08
Last 10 seconds are great
Jefka - 2009-04-08
Nobody does cognitive dissonance quite like conservatives.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-04-08
Growing up being saturated with this bullshit in the Clinton era has given an entire generation the natural ability to recognize it and call it out for what it is.
Nikon - 2009-04-08
I hope you are right, Nocturno-san.

Nikon - 2009-04-08
I loved this clip. I wish there was a weepy_vagina tag for it, though.
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