|sjohnson301 - 2011-05-31 |
From wiki: Obama is a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, where he was the president of the Harvard Law Review. He then served as a professor at the University of Chicago Law School for twelve years—as a Lecturer from 1992 to 1996, and as a Senior Lecturer from 1996 to 2004—teaching constitutional law.
Palin, Bush, and Quayle....maybe graduated college with a little help?
No... W has a Masters degree.
Well... sorta. I suppose an MBA counts.
Heheh. Just kidding.
Yo neckfat, it is YOU that is dumb. Game, set and match cocksucker.
|StanleyPain - 2011-05-31 |
Actually, Dan Quayle's numerous gaffs and stupid quotes would fill an entire book, it wasn't just the potatoe thing. He was a phenomenally unqualified man to be vice president and barely had a grasp on any aspect of world politics. A few misspoken things do not brand a politician an idiot for life and for his entire legacy....it takes a special brand of ineptitude to do that.
in discussing an upcoming trip to Latin America, Quayle said he needed to brush up on his Latin
he may have been serious
|spikestoyiu - 2011-05-31 |
This guy sure does like DAN QUAYLE.
The only politician he is capable of relating to.
|Xenocide - 2011-05-31 |
Clearly having to rely on those cards in the first place was a sign of Quayle's superior intelligence.
|Eroticus E - 2011-05-31 |
Standard deviation! Maybe two!
As a standard deviate, I take offense at that characterization!
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2011-05-31 |
I don't cotton to lectures on intelligence from a man who speaks English with that accent, pardner. Stick to discussing farm prices, or rabbit season, or college football, or whatever.
|Chalkdust - 2011-05-31 |
can't we all just admit that Barack Obama is too black to be president?
|Cena_mark - 2011-05-31 |
Barack Obama has gotten a free pass from the media so all the mistakes he's made get ignored whereas if Bush made the same mistakes he'd have been torn apart. I can't believe you libs still won't admit the media took Obama by the hand and walked him across the street to the white house.
Like the media tore him apart when they were kissing his ass from 9/11/2001-2003?
Also; WHO KILLED OSAMA, BIATCH?!
Well you can't have it both ways. Either he's an effete intellectual, or he is an idiot. The former is the new Republican propaganda. The latter is the new Democratic propaganda. 50 years ago, it was the reverse. Something for you to think about on that long ocean voyage up north, where you will be gay married to Joe the plumber and be forced to slave on Barack Obama's Latte drilling operation off the coast of Alaska.
Except this guy mentioned 50% of Obama's gaffes in this video and he only listed like 4 things.
By this time in his first term Bush had amassed about 4 gaffes every week, at least.
I don't think anyone can say with a straight face that they think Obama would ever try to give Angela Merkel a back rub in front of cameras.
When Bush did it, most people weren't even surprised.
Solro: Obama got Osama with years of Bush era intelligence, including intel from GITMO. Good thing he didn't shut it down like he promised.
I don't know how the media treated him back then but in 2008 they were his best friend.
I'm not saying he's an idiot. What I'm saying is that all politicians make mistakes and flubs, but Obama gets a pass from the media whereas the media would destroy the other politicians for similar flubs.
Cena: Really? Is this the same Bush who, after saying he wanted Osama 'dead or alive,' disbanded the CIA's Bin Laden unit in 2006?
And if you still think that the war in Iraq was a fine idea, I do hope you're giving credit to the military that Clinton left for Bush to play with.
As for the media being kind to Obama, you could've fooled me; he gets criticized on just about every blog, news site and newscast I see, though if you're a Fox News fan, you're used to 'criticism' taking the form of calling someone a communist, a traitor, a terrorist-lover, etc. rather than saying things like "I think X in his bill needs to be Y, and he shouldn't be letting interest Z insert Q language into legislation" and so on. The Bush years were pretty much "don't say anything bad about the special needs president" followed by "if you say anything bad about what Bush is doing, you're a traitor and won't be allowed into any press events," the latter policy continuing pretty much through the time he left office.
|oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2011-05-31 |
Now the ball's in Obama's court.
|erection reset by queer - 2011-06-01 |
|Sudan no1 - 2011-06-01 |
Needs a Slagathor tag.
|Maru - 2012-03-17 |
Poor man's Tucker Carlson, which is saying something.
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