|Menudo con queso |
A part of me is really happy that America has this.
A bigger part of me is happier that it's about 500 miles from my present location.
Is there a scooterfat version? Please let there be a scooterfat version!
This is exactly what I love and fear about the US.
What my Facebook news feed looked like yesterday.
Good gawd. This made it out of the hopper in about an hour. I think that's a record for any of my submissions. Never underestimate PoETV's fascination with hillbillies and rednecks.
Dear Mike Judge,
Please rotoscope this.
0:30 outta the way, flag! i'm expressing my self!
I'd like to thank him and all similar well-armed war-happy Americans for supporting the troops not by joining the Good Fight, but by tooling around on a gas hogging man-toy shooting a gun in to the air.
Cena, please give him a high five from me.
I'd like to, but I'm in the San Fran area.
Cena is stationed at Yerba Buena USCG Station! Or maybe the one near Lime Point. Is there still one in Vallejo? Whatever.
I'll be the guy flipping you off from the Golden Gate or a passing ferry boat. Keep an eye out.
Be careful when flipping off Coasties.
Holy shit Cena is in the same city as me
This is just
I don't even
I never thought I'd see this in a million years: Obama garnering the respect of rednecks. I can only imagine the crisis of the Palin camp right now.
She's replacing her neocon advisors with some with less neoconish tendencies.
From Yahoo News:
"A day after Osama bin Laden's death, Sarah Palin offered measured praise to President Obama for his role in approving the operation to kill the 9/11 mastermind, though she didn't once mention the Commander-in-Chief by name.
Speaking at a tribute to military veterans in Colorado, the former Alaska governor credited Obama's "decisive leadership" in the mission--referring to him as "the president."
But she notably praised former President George W. Bush by name, insisting he had laid the groundwork for the successful operation. "We thank President Bush for having made the right calls to set up this victory," she said, per the Denver Post.
The speech was noticeably less combative than recent remarks by Palin, in which she seemed to go out of her way to aggressively attack Obama's foreign policy as weak.
Last night, Palin didn't back down from that critique, but she espoused a more pragmatic foreign policy view than she has been known to voice in the past. While she has previously argued for an aggressive use of American force, Palin seemed to reverse course, arguing that a president should offer "clarity" and "clearly defined objectives" before engaging U.S. troops abroad.
Military action, she said, should be the "last resort."
"We can't fight every war," the former governor said. "We can't undo every injustice in the world. We don't go looking for dragons to slay."
There's a reason Palin sounds different. As Politico's Ben Smith reports this morning, she recently parted ways with GOP strategists Randy Scheunemann and Michael Goldfarb, a pair of neoconservatives who began working for Palin during the 2008 campaign. They were credited were crafting Palin's foreign policy message, which often embraced an aggressive use of force.
As Smith notes, Palin's new strategist, Peter Schweitzer, has been more skeptical on the use of troops and promoting democracy abroad--a view that appears to be coming through in the ex-governor's latest speeches."
Not shown : cardboard cutout of Obama now full of holes.
|Jet Bin Fever |
I'm feeling a strange mix of pride and shame.
There was no time for a take 2
He needs to be attacked by an ostrich followed by a random donkey excursion.
I think I've found my character theme for Saints Row 3.
He says in the comments that he's a liberal.
This sums up the past 10 years pretty succinctly.
|Macho Nacho |
Facebook quality video.
i'm kinda sad i couldn't get a good look at his "oops, almost shot the flag" face
Sometimes, I'm okay with the South.
holy shit, now I want to see redneck rocket launcher guy's celebration
This is actual footage fo Osama being shot.
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