|joelkazoo - 2009-12-23 |
"multiple copyright violations" needs to become an active tag.
|mon666ster - 2009-12-23 |
I love that this is taped off television. The redneck couldn't even shell out to make his point without TV-PG warnings and ads for upcoming TV shows.
|freedoom - 2009-12-23 |
2 Men, an elf, a dwarf, 4 hobbits and a wizard walk into a bar.
The elf says "I'll have a sex on the beach"
|Zarathustra00 - 2009-12-23 |
THIS IS WHAT REPUBLICANS ACTUALLY BELIEVE.
I was so busy laughing at "the great stink eye of Obama" that I almost missed the TNT onscreen plugs that they were too lazy to fully crop out.
|Crucifried - 2009-12-23 |
YEEEEEHAW! WE GON KILL US SOME ORC NIGNOGS FER LIBUTTY!
|StanleyPain - 2009-12-23 |
This is so fucking terrible I can't think of anything to say other than this.
Influence Device TIMR
you should check out the rest of the videos "LimBORGtrek" has made - this one was probably the LEAST STUPID.
|Udderdude - 2009-12-23 |
This was a pretty good movie.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2009-12-23 |
I found it funny when the GOP made a film for one of their D.C. wank-fests during the '04 elections. They used doctored clips from "Star Wars" to re-tell the movie with the Democrats as the Empire (with Hillary as Darth Vader).
#1, it was a massive violation of copyright, and #2, they were kind of clueless about the whole thing: They were in charge. They held all three branches of government. How does that make the minority party the Empire?
The same way fundies screech "CHRISTIAN OPPRESSION!", when a majority of US religious people are Christians. Okay, maybe not their paticular brand of crazy fundy Christianity, but whatever.
|Lurchi - 2009-12-23 |
more GOP/dork action:
Congratulations to Captain Picard! [Mike Potemra]
Palace sources say Patrick Stewart is about to be knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. It turns out he is an avid supporter of Britain’s Labour party; his support must be especially welcome in this, one of Labour’s darker hours. Coincidentally, I have over the past couple of months been watching DVDs of Star Trek: The Next Generation, a show I missed completely in its run of 1987 to 1994; and I confess myself amazed that so many conservatives are fond of it. Its messages are unabashedly liberal ones of the early post-Cold War era – peace, tolerance, due process, progress (as opposed to skepticism about human perfectibility). I asked an NR colleague about it, and he speculated that the show’s appeal for conservatives lay largely in the toughness of the main character: Jean-Luc Picard was a moral hardass where the Captain Kirk of the earlier show was more of an easygoing, cheerful swashbuckler. I think there’s something to that: Patrick Stewart did indeed create, in that character, a believable and compelling portrait of ethical uprightness.
(National Review Online)
|petep - 2009-12-23 |
i like that sauron is obama but gandalf is just gandalf
|dbtng - 2009-12-23 |
Not evil; barely funny.
me not understand
|Glenn or Glennda - 2009-12-23 |
After yesterday's weepy teabagger, and the "Open wide, lib'rals!" guy, the bar for stupidity has been raised. I'll give it a three.
|Man Who Fights Like Woman - 2009-12-23 |
Spread the wealth, suckers.
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-12-24 |
Bilbo Baggins! I am no petty conjurer of yet more tax-and-spend liberal cronyism!
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-12-30 |
Because standing in a field and holding a sign was also too much work.
|oogaBooga - 2010-02-27 |
|woodenbandman - 2011-05-26 |
I wonder if the south will ever realize that "spreading the wealth" includes them in the "people getting wealth" category.
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