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« on: May 19, 2008, 10:16:22 pm »
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We might have one rather than just make a new thread for one frequently or whenever something extremely ridiculous is posted there.

I'll start it off with this:

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\Paul, great post. I wanted to tell you about my sister’s experience in Houston during a caucas in Spring, texas. She totally believes Bambi is the antichrist. She told me that she could feel evil when she walked thru the door at the elementary school she was voting in. She said it was feeling she could actually smell. I thought she was a little off, so we have never spoke about it again. My sister is very religious and practices the Jewish religion. She tells me she will not vote for Hillary unless O is not anywhere on the ticket because of what she felt at that caucas! There are alot of people that say he fits the mole exactly. I not one of those, I just believe he is somehow connected to the jihadists and will try to take this country over from the inside.

http://www.hillaryis44.org/?p=625#comments

The parts in bold being the most amusing when taken together.
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« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2008, 10:32:01 pm »
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HAHAHA they can't even spell Obambi right. F'in hilarious.
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« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2008, 10:40:35 pm »
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More evidence Obama is winning  more educated voters:

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i cannot believe sen byrd endorsed obama. i thought at elast he would eb behind hillary. tm says its bc fo the war and hill would be the nom by now if she voted against it. o has used the war on hill and it worked w/byrd. god the days get so damned depressing.
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« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2008, 10:44:15 pm »
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Eh, I know some people will criticize BRTD for this thread, but I think the site is funny.  It's like Fundies Say the Darndest Things website but without cynics doing the compiling.  That said, Obama supporters say just as stupid things, if not stupider. 

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I don’t care if every single super delegate comes out and swears on a stack of bibles that they’re supporting BO.

Unless I’m wrong, as I understand it NOTHING is official & binding until votes are cast in Denver. And there’s just no way on God’s green earth Hill can stop anywhere short of taking this to the convention,
by which time a very different picture of this race will have emerged.
Her first obligation is to her country, which needs her desperately. Her second is to her family & their lifelong work, and her third is to her supporters.

Couple funny things in that.


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Senator Byrd can change his vote in Denver, as can anyone. I understand that even pledged delegates can change their vote after the first round of voting! It not over yet.
If Gore endorses, hopefully he should listening to Operation Turn Down, he needs to realized the ladies are pist and we are a large part of electorate. Gore has an agenda that he wants pushed thru. There are alot of people that do not believe in Global warming!

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« Reply #4 on: May 19, 2008, 10:47:15 pm »
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What the hell is Operation Turn Down?
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« Reply #5 on: May 19, 2008, 11:02:34 pm »
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Eh, I know some people will criticize BRTD for this thread, but I think the site is funny.  It's like Fundies Say the Darndest Things

oh man, I just found some classic comedy upon revisiting that site:

Athiests as a Majority

This is what it would be like, if the majority of people were athiests.
ATHIEST KID: Mom, I'm going to go shag a hooker.
ATHIEST MOM: Okay, son.
ATHIEST KID: Afterwards, I'm going to go smoke pot with my friends, since it's "not addictive."
ATHIEST MOM: Okay, come home soon!

The athiest kid leaves the room. The father comes home from work several minutes later.

ATHIEST DAD: Hey!
ATHIEST MOM: Hi, honey! I'm pregnant again. I guess I'll just get another abortion, since "fetuses don't count as human life."
ATHIEST DAD: Okay, get as many abortions as you want!
ATHIEST MOM: Oh, and don't go in the bedroom.
ATHIEST DAD: Why not?
ATHIEST MOM: There are two gay men ing eachother in there.
ATHIEST DAD: Why are they here?
ATHIEST MOM: I wanted to watch them do it for awhile. They just aren't finished yet.
ATHIEST DAD: Okay, that's fine with me!

Suddenly, their neighbor runs into the house.

ATHIEST NEIGHBOR: Come quick, there's a Christian outside!
ATHIEST MOM: We'll be right there!

The athiest couple quickly put on a pair of black robes and hoods. They then exit the house, and run into the street, where a Christian is nailed to a large, wooden X. He is being burned alive. A crowd of athiests stand around him, all wearing black robes and hoods.

RANDOM ATHIEST: Damn you, Christian! We hate you! We claim to be tolerant of all religions. But we really hate your's! That's because we athiests are hypocritical like that! Die, Christian!

THE END

Scary, isn't it?

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« Reply #6 on: May 19, 2008, 11:52:40 pm »
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This is a quality thread. A+.
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« Reply #7 on: May 19, 2008, 11:58:52 pm »
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http://uselectionatlas.org/FORUM/index.php?topic=76149.0

Yeah. More fun.
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« Reply #8 on: May 20, 2008, 09:27:25 am »
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The site appears to make a big deal out of Clinton winning the West Virginia primary.

It doesn't really seem any different to me than Howard Dean winning the Vermont primary in 2004, after he had dropped out, or John Edwards winning the North Carolina caucus long after John Kerry had clinched enough delegates to have the nomination.
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« Reply #9 on: May 20, 2008, 09:40:09 am »
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The site appears to make a big deal out of Clinton winning the West Virginia primary.

That's because West Virginia marked the beginning of the end for Obama... somehow. Wink
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« Reply #10 on: May 20, 2008, 09:51:55 am »
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The site appears to make a big deal out of Clinton winning the West Virginia primary.

It doesn't really seem any different to me than Howard Dean winning the Vermont primary in 2004, after he had dropped out, or John Edwards winning the North Carolina caucus long after John Kerry had clinched enough delegates to have the nomination.

My favorite was how after Indiana and North Carolina they kept acting like Hillary's Indiana victory was the upset of the century and thus she needed to be the nominee now while completely ignoring NC altogether.
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« Reply #11 on: May 20, 2008, 08:54:00 pm »
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Not Hillaryis44, but a funny comment on the CNN Political Ticker:

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I am so mad at my democratic party. I guess Puerto Rico voters are more important than the millions of Florida democrats that voted. America seems more like a capitalistic–communist state now days. The guys with the money control everything and that is why America is so messed up.
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« Reply #12 on: May 20, 2008, 09:43:50 pm »
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what does '44' mean?
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« Reply #13 on: May 20, 2008, 09:46:28 pm »
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what does '44' mean?

44th President, i.e., the next one.
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« Reply #14 on: May 20, 2008, 10:01:35 pm »
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what does '44' mean?

44th President, i.e., the next one.

ah.  I figured it was half-Hitler.
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« Reply #15 on: June 06, 2008, 07:04:32 pm »
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http://www.hillaryis44.org/?p=649

Biggest hypocrites ever. They talk about Obama's "misogyny", and then attack him for "screaming 'Racist'"? Cheesy
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« Reply #16 on: June 06, 2008, 07:27:24 pm »
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The site appears to make a big deal out of Clinton winning the West Virginia primary.

It doesn't really seem any different to me than Howard Dean winning the Vermont primary in 2004, after he had dropped out, or John Edwards winning the North Carolina caucus long after John Kerry had clinched enough delegates to have the nomination.

My favorite was how after Indiana and North Carolina they kept acting like Hillary's Indiana victory was the upset of the century and thus she needed to be the nominee now while completely ignoring NC altogether.

Speaking of Indiana. From the PA primary onwards, the exit pollsters asked Democratic primary voters who they would vote for in a matchup between Clinton vs McCain and Obama vs McCain and I was intrigued by what I found:

First of all the total ballots cast were 1,278,268

1. Clinton 73% - McCain 16%. Of that 16%, 41% voted for Clinton in the primary. By my calculation, 0.41 x 0.16 = 0.0656 x 1,278,268 = 83,854 'bogus' votes for Clinton

2. Obama 71% - McCain 18%. Of that 18%, only 12% voted for Obama in the primary. By my calculation, 0.12 x 0.18 = 0.216 x 1,278,268 = 27,611 'bogus' votes for Obama

Given that Clinton beat Obama by 14,198 votes, I'm minded to say that 'Operation Chaos' enabled Clinton to win Indiana

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I don’t care at this point what John McCain did or did not do! He is the anti-Obama candidate. I believe most women will not think about anything in the voting booth except how much they hate Obama and his maniacs!
The only think I expect out of John McCain is that he is a true American and he loves this country as much as I do! So all those Obama people need to STFU, we will not vote for the fraud!!!!

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Everytime I hear dissing of Hillary the more I know I can pull a straight repug ticket.
Ophray can’t get me to vote for the fraudulent communist either!
I hope this and the other blogs will help us thru November to stay strong and not vote for any Dem!

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Well if you don’t vote you are giving Wafflehead the vote. A vote for McCain takes away 2 from him. I’ll do it and won’t even blink. Fu** them, this is WAR.

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this is tough for all of us. we’ve stood behind the most amazing candidate in our lifetime(s). that is something to be extremely proud of. history will prove us right.

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I think Hillary should just come out and tell the news organizations that she will not put up with their nasty record on women any longer. She should tell to stop all the BS or she will take this stolen election to the Supreme Court! There is just no reason for Msm to keep stirring the pot. They need to stop. We need to demand respect or we will get it from the courts.

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I work for a male chavenist, and I can tell you I am sick of being treated unfairly and Hillary needs to take a stand against the media, not only for herself, but for us too!
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Amen. As Susan B. Anthony said (and I will continue to post this).

“No self respecting woman should wish or work for the success of a party that ignores her.”


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You know the way I perceive Hillary is she is our “Martin Luther King”, I want her to stand up against the media and boys club! Everytime I hear a nasty statement about Hillary it hurts my heart and they may as well have said it about me.


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Are there any lawyers out there, that think, maybe a class action might be justified or possible against the networks for slander against women? Sexual harrassment?


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confloyd above: Hillary as our MLK. Yes. Completely. All you have to do is listen to or read her speech given at the congress in Bejiing. It’s a declaration of womens rights and human rights that will go down in the history books. When the last line is written, many years from now, Hillary will be remembered with the champions of Human Rights and WOmens Rights with Susan B Anthony, Eleanor Roosevelt and others. But we are still in the process of making this history. And this isn’t over till it’s over.


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Every time I encounter the young Obamabots, it reminds me of a book from the 1970s called “The Wave” that was made into an afterschool special. It’s based on a true story about a high school teacher who does an experiment to show his students how normal, everyday Germans became Nazis. He does this by forming an organization called The Third Wave and turning his classroom into its own version of Nazi Germany. All the kids, except a few, went along with it and didn’t even make the connection between The Wave and the Nazis.


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Hillary is my inspiration i work hard and she just gives me that lift everytime i see her speak..
but her speaking and asking her supporters to Unity my..under my left foot.I dont think so..whats so bad why cant she switch to independent?…it would be the best thing for her and US


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It is NO longer about Hillary. It’s about how to defeat the anti-America Obama. I will continue to respect Hillary and her decision, but frankly what she’ll say or do in the next few months will be irrelevant to me.
I’m not going to be blindsided by any politician, period.

This is about principal.


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Three little questions just occurred to me:

1. Did the Democratic National Committee commit fraud by failing to disclose to Senator Clinton’s supporters that they had rigged the nomination in favor of Obama before those supporters contributed amounts in excess of $200 million?

2. If so, then shouldn’t the DNC be required to make full financial restitution to those investors since it was the perpetrator of that fraud?

3. If the DNC perpetrated the fraud but is unable to make full financial restitution then shouldn’t the DNC be placed in bankruptcy and its assets liquidated in satisfaction of the debt?



So, to summarize it... Hillary Clinton is the women's Martin Luther King. This wasn't just a primary, it was a war over women's rights. Barack Obama is the male "chavenist" candidate in this war. And the media committed an act of sexual harassment by delcaring Obama the Demoratic nominee. All woman should vote for McCain in November, because the male "chavenist" candidate (a.k.a. Obambi / Wafflehead) needs to be stopped at all costs.
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« Reply #19 on: June 07, 2008, 08:08:04 am »
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As someone said before, I wonder how they'll feel if they help get McCain elected and Mccain then appoints a Supreme Court justice that overturns Roe v. Wade?

It'd be black humour, to say the least.
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« Reply #20 on: June 07, 2008, 08:54:24 am »
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http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=2777454

Something Awful did it first and better.
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« Reply #21 on: June 07, 2008, 09:18:43 am »
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As someone said before, I wonder how they'll feel if they help get McCain elected and Mccain then appoints a Supreme Court justice that overturns Roe v. Wade?

It'd be black humour, to say the least.

You're a chavenist too.
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« Reply #22 on: June 07, 2008, 09:25:43 am »
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As someone said before, I wonder how they'll feel if they help get McCain elected and Mccain then appoints a Supreme Court justice that overturns Roe v. Wade?

It'd be black humour, to say the least.

The Republicans would never actually do anything to seriously restrict/ban abortion because they want to keep it alive as an issue as long as possible.
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« Reply #23 on: June 08, 2008, 07:20:30 am »
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Hillary will still become president... it's all part of her secret plan:


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This year the Democratic Party outcome is veiled under a Grand Illusion. The media is even failing to see the possible outcome that I see. For months now, they have been spinning the tall tale that Hillary cannot win the bid for the presidency. All the while with great strength she has pushed forward. Today she did NOT concede she only SUSPENDED her campaign. Hillary has a PLAN A, B, C, and D ready for action. Hillary is only buying time.

I PREDICT:

=Hillary will not concede and drop out. Hillary is reserving her right keep her delegates so she can reverse her suspension and take her bid for Presidency all the way to theDemocratic National Convention in Denver August 25-28.

=My future vision remains the same, I see Hillary being sworn in.
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I don't get "wafflehead".
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