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  1. Actually hadn’t read those till now Eric, but thanks– excellent stuff!

    “While it’s always weird central in Berkeley, now there’s a malaise in the air…”

  2. That is hilarious! I’m surprised that they didn’t stop! And where is the bottle of Jack for the shot glass?

  3. Naw, it just means Obama’s stimulus package is not working and people are getting desperate

  4. You remembered the plate this time. 😉

  5. LMAO! As I walk the mean streets of Chicago, I pass many little shops that still have Obama shirts, caps and other items in their windows. Now and then I spot some on sale, priced to move. I should get photos of that, eh? Keep up the great work!

    • Steve T
    • Posted October 7, 2009 at 11:39 pm
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    Is that Alex Lane, without the puny-pony tail-??

    I have both observed and read about, the number of Obama bumper stickers that have (interestingly) disappeared from most of the cars that used to proudly display them.

    Even in neighborhoods around some large metropolitan areas, where I once saw lots & lots of ‘Hope-e-Change’ (aka: sh-t for brains mentality) bumper stickers, most all these are gone-!!

    Gee whiz,… what happened-?
    Did the welfare-witch who pronounced to ‘the messiah’ her “need” for a new kitchen, car, [and a life-time supply of booze],… did she finally realize the entitlement gravy-train was not there to kiss her butt-?

    Seven+ months into his administration, Obama is already becoming a laughing-stock, a walking joke, a buffoon-!

    Yes-!! I laughed my ass silly – the very moment the IOC dumped Chicago in the FIRST round of balloting,… and that was about 30 minutes before Rush began his radio show, having lots of fun with the subject-!

    Keep an eye open for the increase of more grey hair salting the sides of Obama’s head… and Michele making more foolish petty-liar statements similar to her ‘sitting on her daddy’s lap’, watching Carl Lewis win gold (when she was 20 years old).

    A delicious and revealing part of Obama’s character;
    In forty-one (41) speeches, Obama has mentioned himself 1,198 times (… 1,121 “I”s and just 77 “me”s.).

    In the 1990’s, I kept count of the extreme number of times Clinton did this… another narcissist punk-!

    For those of you inclined, I encourage you to reference FM 22-100, Leadership manual.
    Being a government document, you can find it as a free pdf download from the web, if you look enough).

    By no coincidence, the MBA programs at all the leading ‘Ivy League’ universities were designed around the contents of THIS document (per Gen McCaffery, as the Deputy Post Commander of Ft Benning, 1986, teaching one of my Infantry Officer classes).

    This manual clearly defines and demonstrates how character & integrity are at the core of effective leadership.

    A simple overview of the contents of the first chapter, any honest person can see that Obama, Clinton, Carter, are/ were miserable, pathetically failed flunkies, grossly unqualified to be President.
    Note: this is a non-partisan document.

    [Zack – I have the pdf file of this manual – if you want/care to make it easily available to those interested, I will send it to you (yes, I know you have many other priorities)].

    How inconvenient for liberals however, facts frequently are that way-!

    Sadly, even though it is at the expense of the security of our Republic, I love watching the putrid character of these two ACORN-like thugs (Barack & Michelle) getting exposed-!

    • GeekNerd
    • Posted October 8, 2009 at 8:13 am
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    I saw O’Bama commemorative plates for $19.95 each, and I thought, “That’s a lot of money for a clay pigeon… Pull!… BANG!”

    Oops, Strike that! Tell the FBI I only meant shooting the PLATE! I was O’Bama to LIVE to be 100 years old (in Levenworth, but ALIVE)!

  6. Vegas: Terrific follow-up idea, courtesy of you, with Devon and Allison pulling over to yardsale-shop among the broken dreams. As diehard lefties they’ll be boosting Obama right to the bitter end of his one-term debacle.

    The “bottle of Jack” you search for is by my side as I read the headlines daily.

    Chuck: But ‘desperate’ doesn’t jive well with ‘dream.’ As I understood the Obama/Oprah vision for us, all were to be happy in a New America in which hardship was part of the past. Seems like ’employment’ should have been part of that mix.

    Yes, Jeffersonian, I did manage to squeeze in the Official Obama Plate this time; I think it’s the same one lots of now-unemployed Obama supporters will be eating their dogfood out of.

    Tom: Great to hear of your “priced-to-move’ Obama souvenir sightings, particularly since you cover the Chicago area where all such trash might have been expected to hang onto its glamour awhile. We should all check your site for possible future photo-postings, they’d be a joy to behold.

    Steve T.: I think that Leadership manual would be most useful to have, thanks for the offer. And yes, I too celebrated the Obama failure in Copenhagen and am proud to have done so. He is, as any clearsighted person can glean from his extremism at nearly every turn, a menace to this country; anything that takes him down a peg & helps clear the haze from the minds of the zombiefied smitten, is to be hailed.

  7. GeekNerd: Great material, thanks for the laughs. I’m not a marksman or gun collector but your scenario does tempt one to take up a new hobby.

  8. You’re right about the Jack. Vodka would be more appropriate for the dejected socialist, not a made in the USA legend like Gentleman Jack. My apologies!

    • Steve T
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 3:20 am
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    You have another reason to illustrate Diversity barfing her guts out-!

    [Note: Before reading further, SOMEONE GET THE AIR-SICK BAGS-!!!!]

    It just broke on all the ‘news crawlers’, that Obama has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize;

    “….,President Obama wins the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize for ‘his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples,…”

    However, a blood thirsty tyrant like Yasser Arafat won a Nobel, sleazy totally-compromised reprobates like Al Gore and Jimmy Carter did too.

    What a bunch of twisted, Euro-trash morons, who populate that committee-!

    Perhaps the price of Alex’s Obama trinkets just went up-?!??

    …and Devon & Allison can ‘share’ a mutual lesbo joy-gasm together.

  9. It may indeed raise the asking price for Obama trinkets a bit, Steve T., but far more dramatic is the sudden devaluation of the Nobel prize. As of this morning they are worth less than a plugged nickel.

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 8:06 am
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    My respect for the NPP ended with Yasser Arafat. As far as I’m concerned these whack jobs can posthumously give one to Che Guevara, value is the same. Nothing. This may be the consolation prize for not getting the Olympics.

    Don’t you have to actually DO SOMETHING scientific? What has he done that was “peaceful”?

    • Manuel Calavera
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 9:03 am
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    Oh yes, Al Gore. How dare he criticize carbon output when HE HIMSELF is made of carbon.

    I’m glad Obama got the peace prize. I agree he hasn’t really done anything for it YET, other than not being Bush…. but it IS worth it to see the “Right” freak out over it.

    • GeekNerd
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 9:05 am
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    They gave O’Bama the Nobel Peace Prize? For what? Instigating civil war in Honduras? Ignoring the coming nuclear war coming out of Iran? Ignoring the requests for more troops to end the war in Afganistan?

    This is more puzzling than them giving it to Arafat, or NOT giving it to Ronald Reagan for ending the Cold War.

  10. Ikabod: Remember, all leftist values are feelings-based, with little or nothing to do with substance or accomplishment. That Obama’s administration has witnessed nothing but a ramping up of global hostilities means nothing; that he has “talked peace” means everything. France and others were outraged at his suppression, during his U.N. speech, of the fact of a newly uncovered Irani nuke facility; but leftists and other Nobel types will have been comforted by his dishonesty and disingenuousness in that speech because it made nice and talked in squishy terms of Worldwide Peace, man.

    The quintessential Nobel laureate type, at this point in the Nobel organization’s devolution, would be Neville Chamberlain. Though profoundly abetting the precipitation of WWII and the Holocaust through his naivetee, he nevertheless brought well-meaning, peaceloving words back from his meeting with Herr Hitler.

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 10:18 am
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    “but it IS worth it to see the “Right” freak out over it.” Imagine the complete liberal meltdown had Rush Limbaugh won the Nobel Peace prize last year. The streets would have been drenched in blood. Liberals would be pulling their own head off., dailykos, ANSWER, would be in a panic. Calls for boycotting of Norwegian goods and services. “Oh the Humanity!”

    Yeah, I think conservatives are more in “WTF?” mode than a general freak out.

    • wootabega
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 10:35 am
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    “Ronald Reagan for ending the Cold War”

    … What?

    • Manuel Calavera
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 10:53 am
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    (re: Reagan) I agree, what? And Rush didn’t have a chance. He was nominated, and I just went “huh?”

    And, yes. The “Right” is freaking out. Just take a look at Freerepublic. A sample thread . I’m not gonna find more, because I find the navigation of their site horrendous at best.

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 1:22 pm
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    I get it, more left wing historical revisionism. I assume that the Japanese where just getting ready to sue for unconditional surrender before we dropped the two bombs? There was no bloodbath after the fall of Saigon. Peaceful activism and a few bong hits was all it took to bring about the end cold war. Reagan was happened to be President at the time.

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 1:31 pm
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    Please, please be honest with us. NPP going to Rush Limbaugh would have brought street demonstrations and calls for the stripping of the award. The NPP is an award that is highly regarded by left. You guys would have fell onto the floor in the fetal position with abject fear that the world was coming to an end. My Neo-lib sister n law was in tears when she heard about the nomination. Sorry I’ll stand by my own limited qualitative research assessment.

    • Ken
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 1:47 pm
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    “Reagan was happened to be President at the time.”

    If you changed “was” to “just” you would be correct, for once in your life.

    “My Neo-lib sister n law was in tears when she heard about the nomination.”

    Instead, we get to watch Cons whine endlessly about non-issues. So basically, nothing has changed.

    • wootabega
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 2:00 pm
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    “Reagan was happened to be President at the time.”

    Ah, I wish I could live in a blissfully ignorant world where Ronald Reagan was actually as great as a lot of conservatives say he was and grammar is nonexistent.

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 2:15 pm
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    So grammar is the best response, you going to have to come up with a little more proof than just announcements and liberal boilerplate responses. If my points here are incorrect well then educate me. “Ah, I wish I could live in a blissfully ignorant world where Ronald Reagan was actually as great as a lot of conservatives say he was and grammar is nonexistent.”


    • ikabod
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 2:46 pm
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    If only Carter had finished his beloved Presidency!

    If only Mondale had won!

    If only Michael Dukakis won!

    Oh we would have been such better shape right now.

    If only Che Guevara was still alive!

    I can see it all now, Soviets would have bestowed to us peace!, friendship!, and would have pulled out of Afghanistan earlier. Saddam would have stayed out of Kuwait. There would have been no terrorism during the peaceful 90’s. There would have been no genocide in Rwanda. If only we weren’t so damned stupid, unilaterally disarmed and just trusted the liberals. You Betcha!

    • Ken
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 4:31 pm
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    “would have pulled out of Afghanistan earlier”

    Reagan’s involvement in Afghanistan sure worked out well for the US in the long term, didn’t it? Those “freedom fighters” gave us a nice pyrotechnic show in New York to show their appreciation for all Reagan did for them, right?

    Why can’t Republicans understand that actions have both short- and long-term consequences?

  11. Yea and Jimmy Carters involvement in Iran was a stroke of genius let me tell you.

    At least Regan was supporting the people who were fighting the USSR. The enemy of my enemy and all that.

    • Ken
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 5:36 pm
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    “At least Regan was supporting the people who blew up the WTC.”

    Now who’s “palling around with terrorists”?

    “The enemy of my enemy is my friend” is an idiotic justification for any action. Reagan is proof of that.

    • Steve T
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 5:37 pm
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    You have NO idea of what Pres. Reagan did to help collapse the (former) Soviet Union.
    His efforts were 180 degree’s from the mush-brain, panty-waist appeasement idiocy of J. Carter.

    Behind ‘the scenes’, Reagan caused the price of gold and oil to drop (BOTH these were critical to funding the Soviet military).

    And – he lead the build-up of key US military capabilities. The Strategic Def. Initiative (aka ‘star wars’) scared the crap out of Gorbachev.
    …and the Soviets knew they could not keep up, and there hold on E. Europe crumbled.
    Down fell the Berlin wall-!

    Also – your co-opting the term “wing-nut”…?
    – You libs need to stop plagiarizing from us conservatives.
    That term originated from the term, ‘left-wing nuts’, to include ‘moon-bats’, to include ‘bed-wetting libs’, the ‘left-wing fever swamp’, and ‘drinking the [left-wing] cool-aid’ (yes, Jim Jones was a fanatic collectivist, leftist control freak).

    If you care to study the life and administration of Ronald Reagan, you will realize our country owes him a long debt of gratitude for his accomplishments.

    True, no administration has been without its mistakes, such as the after-math & consequences of how we departed Afghanistan. That country happens to be a very peculiar piece of geography with a very distinct history.
    Ther strong anti-Western Islamic ideology was not forseen.

    If you care to apply the concept of ‘lessons learned’, that should underscore why we need to reinforce our military, BHO should listen to his generals, and decisively defeat the Taliban & Al Quada there.

    As a former Infantry Officer, I happen to know what I am talking about.
    ALL we need is the will to do it.

    Also – your reference to “…a nice pyrotechnic show in New York” – that was the consequence of 8 years of a whimp-Clinton administration, the “wall” he put up between the CIA and the FBI.
    While getting “Lewinski’s”, he was treating threats to our national security as a ‘law enforcement problem’.
    Consequences for having a pot-smoking, coke-snorting, draft-dodger, narcissist, are significant.

    Ref: The Road to 911

    Blaming Reagan-? Very shallow & ignorant!

  12. Let’s be honest, if [something happened] you guys would [do something stupid] because [you are all stupid and on drugs]

    • Ken
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 5:45 pm
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    Sure, Bin Laden was definitely more upset over Clinton getting a blow job than over Reagan using the region as a pawn. That is entirely reasonable LOL. I see why you were infantry and not intelligence HURF DE DURF.

    • Ken
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 8:25 pm
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    “Let’s be honest, if [something happened] you guys would [do something stupid] because [you are all stupid and on drugs]”

    But it is so much easier to debate strawmen than it is to face reality.

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 9, 2009 at 11:50 pm
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    So the success of Clinton’s foreign policy was culminated by 9/11?

    I guess Clinton’s hands off approach for Rwanda worked well too.

    “The enemy of my enemy is my friend” is an idiotic justification for any action. Reagan is proof of that.” Ken, I’m sure Ho Chi Min would be more than in agreement with you.

    • Steve T
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 12:25 am
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    You like to insult our soldiers-?

    I would enjoy watching you stumble and blunder in your feeble attempts to try to get into ANY combat leadership position, starting with a junior team leader slot –
    …your humbling would be very, very entertaining.

    • Steve T
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 7:18 am
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    Really-? What ‘life experiences’ give rise to your higher wisdom-?

    Your opinion is very typical of an ignorant, arrogant, presumptuous, pusillanimous, up-start civilian liberal,…
    You have not a damn clue what it means to fight for the security of this Republic. I doubt you have ever put any ‘skin in the game’, when it came to anything greater than yourself,…nor do you appreciate what that means.

    You exist and spout your oral effluvia, in comfort and security, due to the sacrifices of thousands of men, far greater than you will ever be.

    You never did offer any candid perspective of what your underlying, philosophical ‘beef’ was with Pres. Ronald Reagan. You do enjoy cutting him down.

    Was it something like, he had NO sympathy, or Federal aid to give those twisted, disease-ridden perverts who gleefully sodomized one another, in all those San-Fran-Sissy bath houses, in the 70’s & 80’s-?

    Or – he strongly and proudly stood up to a communist threat-?

    • Ken
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 7:29 am
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    “You never did offer any candid perspective of what your underlying, philosophical ‘beef’ was with Pres. Ronald Reagan. You do enjoy cutting him down.”

    It makes you wing-nuts squirm.

  13. Also – man, saying not nice things about Reagan really brings out the angry bigotry. NICE!

    • Ken
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 8:40 am
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    *Doesn’t it, though?

  14. Wow, you are ignorant of your history aren’t you? The USSR was our enemy from about 1945 to 1991 and although were were never in an actual shooting war with the USSR we did get into conflicts with their proxies. You know Korea, Vietnam (where the dems stabbed them in the back by cutting off their military aid) etc? When the USSR invaded Afghanistan Reagan saw an opportunity to not only help the Afghan people but to bloody the nose of the USSR at the same time. And nobody can really see into the future.
    We were formerly the ally of the USSR to oppose Nazi Germany in WWII. It’s not because we loved the USSR but because we had common cause with them.

    You want to criticize Reagan? Have at it, but bring proof or you just play the fool.

    • Ken
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 10:46 am
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    You guys worship Reagan far more than anyone worships Obama.

    • Manuel Calavera
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 12:11 pm
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    Well if even one person worships Reagan… well hey look at that! You’re right Ken!

    • wootabega
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 1:06 pm
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    Why is it conservatives are so easily trolled?

    • Buzz Bannister
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 1:57 pm
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    Why is it Socialists/”Tools” are so easily fooled and used…and always angry. Always the same sad tired nonsense like angry third graders that are never satisfied.

    • Manuel Calavera
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 2:11 pm
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    I can’t speak for the other quote/unquote “left wing TROLLS” (wootabega, Ken, Chris E, etc.) But I’m pretty sure we’re all laughing at you guys, that or feeling sorry for ya. I doubt one of us is angry in the slightest Bee guy :3. (bees buzz, so your new name is now Bee guy. Thus it is written, so it shall be.)

    • Buzz Bannister
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 2:57 pm
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    …and your still a TOOL little man.

  15. Nuh uh! I think it is YOU who are the tool!

    Is your argumentation here fourth grade tactics, is that why you look down on third graders?

    • Methodistmin
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 3:41 pm
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    I think the souvenir fellow may be able to make a few bucks yet. Hecan now sell Obama Nobel Medal Souvenirs. ;^)

    And a little humor-because I think Obama winning the Nobel prize for nothing is freaking hilarious-A carol-“The First Nobel” by a clever blogger; I wish I had thought of it.

  16. “…Nobel, Nobel
    “Nobel, Nobel
    “Cause he’s The One and we’re under his spell…”

    Outstanding find, thanks Methodistmin. And a pretty good-natured lampoon, considering the utterly assinine and idealogical tenor of this idiotic Nobel committee gesture.

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 4:15 pm
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    The non-answers then to various failings of liberal/democrat must therefore mean that the trolls here are either:
    A. In agreement and are in support of their past gloriously failed presidents.

    B. Have no recollection of the past and therefore their historical reference started in 1981.

    I wonder now if gold plated knock off’s of Nobel peace price medals are going to become highly sought after “bling” for kids of all ages! Like any liberal out there, one does not have to “earn” anything. Trying is good enough. Its the thought that counts here.

    • Methodistmin
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 4:22 pm
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    When I first heard the news about Obama and the Nobel I thought it was a joke. That I was so annoyed by the idiocy of it I think I got slight headache because my blood pressure went up. After that, what with one conservative take on it after another-including “Other awards Obama has won” including Obama in a swimsuit as the winner for the “Sports Iluustrated” swimsuit edition-I laughed my head off. Humor is a gift from God. I’m going to need a lot of it to make it through the next 3.5 years of the Narcissist in Chief. Thanks for the way your amusing cartoons help to contribute to the lowering of my stress. :^)

    • Ken
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 4:31 pm
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    C. Find it funny watching you fools twitch.

  17. Fantastic point, Ikabod. The hollowness of this Nobel presentation echoes the modern phoniness of all things unearned and thus cheapened, from undeserved high grades in school to excessive allowances for kids.

    • Buzz Bannister
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 5:17 pm
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    Chrissy…wake up my friend you are far past arguing with, I have far better things to do with my time. I simply hope you and your ilk grow up and soon.

    • Manuel Calavera
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 5:30 pm
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    Then why did you even start Buzz m’boy? Don’t start what you can’t finish yknow. Bad work ethic, that.

    • Ken
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 5:40 pm
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    “Don’t start what you can’t finish”


    • Buzz Bannister
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 5:46 pm
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    I did finish…I finished YOU and you are just that blind to know it. You have been given gold stars every time you open your mouth and spew your nonsense. Finish?? Jeebus little men, I never even started…but have a nice life. See-ya!

    • Buzz Bannister
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 6:16 pm
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    If that level of sickness makes you happy Kenny Boy then again, that you for proving your moral immaturity.

    This is 30 seconds I’ll never get get back so I am outta here.

    • Ken
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 6:23 pm
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    “If that level of sickness”

    But movies always have happy endings, Buzz Lightyear.

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 6:53 pm
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    Your right Zack, I can only imagine what the koskids and other “progressives” think they are entitled too, simply because they exist. What we all need to realize however is that neo-libs, actually take themselves seriously. Again, the Nobel Peace Prize is not an entitlement. Now, however this has changed. Still, being in the company that includes Yassar Arafat (nobel peace prize winner), should not be taken as a compliment. I can only imagine now Castro and Che Guevara (posthumously) will soon be receiving his very shortly. Oh! We must forget Hugo Chavez!

    • John Steinsvold
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 6:54 pm
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    An Alternative to Capitalism?

    The following link, takes you to a “utopian” article, entitled “Home of the Brave?” which I wrote and appeared in the Athenaeum Library of Philosophy:

    John Steinsvold

    • Manuel Calavera
    • Posted October 10, 2009 at 9:08 pm
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    That’s not how it works Buzzy boy. You don’t “win” just because you say so. And you “started” when you started posting here, trying to argue Bucky boy.

    ikabod – why do you keep going back to that KOS talking point? I’ve been there once to read an article on something or other. Never been on their forums ever, no desire to. Or HuffPo if they have one. But you must be a Stormfronter or a Freeper if we’re KOS posters.

    And hey, on the Peace Prize. You’re basically saying Mother Teresa was a bad person in that same breath. Along with the 14th Dalai Lama, MLK Jr., Albert Schweitzer, Teddy Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson. Fairs fair after all. I’d say Obama is in good company, even though I, shockingly, agree he doesn’t deserve the prize. Yet at the very least. Maybe in the future. But now? The only good it’s doing is pissing you and the rest of the “Right” off.

    • MethodistMin
    • Posted October 11, 2009 at 1:18 am
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    Oh, it’s also pissing some people on the left off too, Manuel inluding people from The New Yorker, Huff Po, Time and The Washington Post, These are not noted “right” publications. Columnists from these sources are just a few who think it’s undeserved. Weston Kosava from Newsweek Magazine said, “No matter what you think of Obama, the man has done nothing to deserve it.”

    • ikabod
    • Posted October 11, 2009 at 3:09 am
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    No, Manuel thats not the point at all. At one time the NPP was an honor bestowed to people who actually deserve it. Thats, what I’m getting at. Of course I keep going back to dailykos, and although I will grant you that YOU may have only been there on a limited basis, a lot of the arguments here are seemingly lifted from the site. The NPP should be an honor, not a motivational award for the hopes that one will “continue” to perform positively. As for getting angry, I don’t allow things or people to piss me off. To me it was more of a joke, a bad joke.

    • thesecolorsdontrun
    • Posted October 13, 2009 at 1:00 pm
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    I’ll blame Regan for helping the Afghani people just enough to help Capitalism and not an iota more.

    “Wow guys great job dying fighting the bad guys in our place, so um, we’re not going to help you anymore.
    Hope you guys don’t end up mad at us or anything and wind up with a theocratic anti-western regime in 10 years, laters! -xoxo Ronnie <3"

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