|memedumpster - 2011-02-08 |
The second guy who responded, hooooly shit.
|Smellvin - 2011-02-08 |
Firstly, the obligatory FUCK YOU, FRANK.
Secondly, why is it acceptable for a guy in Iowa to be talking about "what we want" with regards to a sovereign nation several thousand miles away? Shouldn't that be up to the Egyptians? If the Egyptians wanted to have a say in who our next Speaker of the House was, I would damn well hope there would be a little annoyance from our citizens.
Thats been almost every newscaster's/people ive talked to's stance on the entire issue recently. They only look at/ discuss how this will affect America's future and how it will impact American interests. Its insufferable. We have it too good in this country.
They dont give a fuck what happens as long as they get to shop at walmart at watch porn.
|KillerGazebo - 2011-02-08 |
"His religious belief is Liberalism, and that's the most intolerant religion of all. There's no room for wiggle in that."
Rodents of Unusual Size
Yeah, because liberals are always going after Hispanics, non Christians, Musli-oh shit wait
|Anaxagoras - 2011-02-08 |
Thanks to democracy, these people have the vote.
Can someone remind me why we are exporting this form of government?
|Shanghai Tippytap - 2011-02-08 |
i am cry
|rawelkij - 2011-02-08 |
These people have to be screened somehow. I find it hard to believe that every single one of them would toe the line on Fox's batshit insane viewpoints, even given how idiotic half of this country is. They are basically repeating everything Glenn Beck says.
did you miss the part about them all being registered republicans?
Frank Luntz is very well known for getting panels and polls to say exactly what he wants them to say. Pre-selection is, no doubt, a large part of that.
|phalsebob - 2011-02-08 |
Well, we know he's not Kenyan, because they have but one huge leg in the middle of their torsos, and their face in their stomachs.
|Mother_Puncher - 2011-02-08 |
I got up to the Muslim vote and stopped. I don't want to watch this smut. I don't want to watch a room full of racist cadavets parrot Glenn Beck like the dumb animals Fox News wants them to be. I'm mentally exhausted of birthers and Islamophobes to the point that I'll verbally rape the next person who I see that buys this shit. I live in the south and I hear this shit all the time from birthers to my stepdad preaching about how Obama wanted the oil spill to happen to stop off shore drilling so America becomes dependent on foreign oil even more so his Muslim people will get more money. I'm exhausted of this thinly veiled to blatant racism and half baked theories and people telling me I "don't think for myself" or "liberal brainwashing" when I offer a rebuttle to their claims. Sorry for whining and 5 stars for the evils of idiocy.
|poorwill - 2011-02-08 |
I want republicans in power. I want them to go further and further to the right and I want them to go unchallenged. Let them do what they want.
Wanna see a magic trick? I can make SOCIAL PROGRESS disappear.
There's always canada? Not for long there won't be always canada!
Upside to total nuclear annihilation: No more republicans. Starting to look pretty good now, right?
|TeenerTot - 2011-02-08 |
broke my brain
|fourthguy - 2011-02-08 |
|revdrew - 2011-02-08 |
"I want to emphasize: these are Republican caucus voters in Iowa."
Yeah, no shit.
|Slagathor - 2011-02-08 |
Actually, they have one good point. We (the Western world) does not need an Islamic Republic where Egypt used to be. That they have free elections is not enough. They have to support democracy and the sorts of freedoms essential for it to flourish. I don't give a shit if any of you think that's imperialistic. So fucking what.
Islam embraced Aristotle 900 years ago, therefore they should be counted as part of Western Civilization.
I won't ever apologize for asserting that people should live under liberal, rights protecting, secular democracies. That isn't the same as "looking out for American interests," but the conflation of the two in American foreign policy is the problem which has been causing so much trouble.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-02-08 |
the fat stupid shit at 1:45
|longwinded - 2011-02-08 |
frank luntz is his name
please fix the tags to properly record his reign of terror
|erection reset by queer - 2011-02-08 |
oh my fuck
|rev.dinosaur - 2011-02-08 |
Very funny, guys. Where's the real video?
|sosage - 2011-02-08 |
Just imagine if Obama had answered that last question with a straight up, Republican style "shootin from that there hip" yes or no. Imagine if Cheney and Palin were sitting in that seat right now answering that question.
5 stars for white republicans being angry at basic tact when someone is lobbed a loaded question.
|Bort - 2011-02-08 |
Was that supposed to be a "World of Warcraft" tag, or did unfortunate capitalization occur?
Since Reagan's 100th birthday is big news right now, it is only fitting that pro wrestling made its resurgence during Reagan's presidency, because wrestling fandom requires the same mental skill set as being an Iowa Republican. Just let yourself believe that the nutty characters paraded in front of you really are one-note faces or heels, love or hate them appropriately, and don't think about it too hard.
Is Frank Luntz trying to get the Republicans to distance themselves from their misinformed base? I can only imagine he's trying to chop away at the Tea Party's credibility, now that they've served their purpose. He can't go after the Tea Party directly, but going after things they believe might be a start.
It was supposed to just be "Wow." but that seems taken over by Warcraft.
Luntz has come out a few times telling Rs that this part of the party is some dangerous stuff. Wasn't it him who got excommunicated from The Corner for it?
|Braze - 2011-02-08 |
missing white people tag
|Banal Intercourse - 2011-02-08 |
"Do you realize the implication of what you're saying right now? You're saying that this focus group is fucking irrelevant."
I mean really. What's the headline supposed to be? "Republican Caucus Voters Unlikely to Vote for Obama Reelection" or "Republicans who believe Obama is a Muslim Have Interesting Ideas on Foreign Policy"?
|fulakarp - 2011-02-09 |
This shit raises my blood pressure.
|pastorofmuppets - 2011-02-09 |
For a minute I thought this was some sort of expose on how dumb Republicans are. But no... they're trying to change Obama's religion by a show of hands.
|Supahfly - 2011-02-09 |
U.S.A! U.S.A! U.S.A!
|Squeamish - 2011-02-09 |
Holy shit. Something snapped in my brain after watching this. I cannot believe that there are actually people who are this weak-willed, easily led, and/or fucking nuts but are allowed to be a part of society.
Whomever invented the "Obama is a Muslim" meme should try to get a job with an advertising company. He could make MILLIONS.
|chumbucket - 2011-02-09 |
What amazes me is that these are real people. Folks down the street from me talk like this all the time about our president. This confuses me to no end.
|fluffy - 2011-02-09 |
I opt to believe that this is from some weird satirical quasi-dystopian parallel universe, or is an extended clip from Demolition Man or something.
|Severian - 2011-02-09 |
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-02-10 |
So many morons, so little gas to pipe into the room.
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