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So rightwing that I broke the Political Compass!
Rockingham
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« on: November 24, 2012, 11:33:41 am »

I don't think we can help them. These are people who can't even get themselves a job, who rallied en masse behind Obama to the point of possibly stealing the election through voter fraud, who are frankly dysfunctional. What help can be given that might fix them?
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So rightwing that I broke the Political Compass!
Rockingham
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« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2012, 12:11:40 pm »

I don't think we can help them. These are people who can't even get themselves a job, who rallied en masse behind Obama to the point of possibly stealing the election through voter fraud, who are frankly dysfunctional. What help can be given that might fix them?

Over 60 million people can't get a job? Huh

Ah, who am I kiddng? Go troll elsewhere, punk.
Well the ones with jobs are actually paying income taxes, yet are [insert here] enough to vote for the party that's wasting them and wants to raise them even further. How the hell are we going to reach them?
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So rightwing that I broke the Political Compass!
Rockingham
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« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2012, 07:58:03 pm »

I don't think we can help them. These are people who can't even get themselves a job, who rallied en masse behind Obama to the point of possibly stealing the election through voter fraud, who are frankly dysfunctional. What help can be given that might fix them?

Over 60 million people can't get a job? Huh

Ah, who am I kiddng? Go troll elsewhere, punk.
Well the ones with jobs are actually paying income taxes, yet are [insert here] enough to vote for the party that's wasting them and wants to raise them even further. How the hell are we going to reach them?
In line with your confession elsewhere of being a troll simply parodying the far right, cool it now.
Not a "troll", a parody.

It wasn't "trolling", because I expected people would realize I was a parody the moment I adopted that blooming "Romney'll will win Rassachussetts" handle. I proceeded to make my posts more and more absurd the expectation that people would eventually realize(to your credit your one of the ones who eventually did).

A troll's modus operandi is to try and convince people that he is serious, the exact opposite of what I did.
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