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    1. Six impossible things by breakfast does not include imagining morons protests.

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    2. how is a redneck like a-riding dick?

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    3. This is quite excellent indeed.

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    4. They were much funnier when they referred to themselves as Teabaggers.

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    5. Its true, in 2012 one of the main campaign issues Obama is going to run on is enslaving the white race. Now I am hearing that a lot of pollsters think this could be a little controversal even for the democratic base, not to mention swing voters. I can tell you this being enslaved does not appeal much to mainstreet (though labor unions might be split), and think of the hit wall street would take if large segment of their workface was now in chains? Still it might be a better coherent political stragety then the one in 2010.

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    6. I lol’d. Why didn’t someone do this sooner?

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    7. Erg Jesus send me sky patience *crawls through tar-thick stupid*

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    8. And they can’t figure out why people think they’re racists……..

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    9. When libs have nothing to say to prove their point, they cry ‘racist’. It’s the preferred fall back option that frankly, is running out of steam.
      Say what you want about The Tea Party, but we’ll see who gets the laugh laugh in 13 weeks.

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      • Unemployed whites complaining about receiving unemployment un-ironically?

        Probably not them, but they have no long term memories. It’s why they get so scared every time there’s a Swine Flu, Avian Flu, Y2k, what have you…

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      • “who gets the laugh laugh in 13 weeks”
        You’re so retarded, you stutter while typing.

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      • Politics are dumb. It is just as dumb for them to call teabaggers racists as it is for the teabaggers and other conservatives to say the Obama administration is socialist. It shows a misunderstanding of socialist principles. It gets even worse when they call them socialists AND communists at the same time.

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        • To say the Obama admin is socialist is to say a tadpole is a frog: it may not be a frog now, but if you leave it alone and let it grow it will be. Redistribution of wealth, cooperative business ownership, government assisted programs are just a few things that are already happening now and will expand if we let the tadpole grow. Get it?

          And why not call it socialist/communist when they share the same traits? Square is a rectangle but rect is not a square.

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          • These types of programs have been in American society for more than a century. The name calling is just dumb politics, just like it has always been.

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            • Yeah and furthermore it all depends on whose definitions they are. If Obama were a politician in Europe, we would consider him slightly right wing at best.

              “And why not call it socialist/communist when they share the same traits? Square is a rectangle but rect is not a square.”

              Probably for the same reasons why you wouldn’t compare the right wing to Nazis. It’s an exaggeration, address what people are doing, not what they could be doing.

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          • Yeah, damn those government funded programs. Police forces, fire departments, public roads, who needs ’em!

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            • I thought your roads were paid for with the toll money. At least in CA they are.

              Police and firefighters could be paid with less than a half of a half of a percent of the current tax dollars in America.

              Socialist programs are not necessities. Its everything above that people try to say are necessities. Health care while necessary is not something Americans have ever been entitled to and the worst thing to do from a business perspective is take more from your consumers for a product they are polarized on the validity of.

              I know this place is a stomping ground for bleeding hearts but eventually reality forces people to use their brains.

              Have a never ending debate if you’d like. I believe that’s one of the more important parts of neoconservative politics which was of course a term coined at the university of Chicago where a certain someone who runs a certain country went to school.

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            • Our history does show that we think health insurance is extremely important. So much so that most people take pay cuts to have good insurance. So far, we’ve worked it through employment, our employer subsidizes our health insurance, generally paying 1/2 to 2/3 of cost. It helps because employers can get it at a reduced cost because they guarantee that their employees will use that insurance. That gives them the ability to lower overall salary costs. It works for the employees because they can get insurance at an affordable price (which is generally 1/3 of what they’d pay on their own). It’s worth giving up a bit of salary for guaranteed health insurance (can’t be turned down due to chronic illness or age, etc…).
              This worked fine for decades, but it’s gotten so bulky and regulation so haphazard that it’s currently untenable. But still, people expect affordable health insurance and even through employer paid insurance, too many things aren’t covered. I have two separate insurance policies and still pay out $1000+ per month for my various health needs. It just kept gradually rising over a few years. So, now I pay more for my insurance and get less.

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          • He’s right.

            Your country isn’t designed for it either. You can’t casually shift from capitalist to socialist.

            You guys in the states can simply not afford to make a transition into a whole new political spectrum. It doesn’t work and shouldn’t be attempted.

            All I see are examples of other places where there are social programs. If you want them and already know where those places are then just go there. Come here. Whatever.

            Find me another example of a country with the kind of free market America gets.

            There are no shortage of options for the people who want the hand outs. Where will the people who just want to take care of themselves go? I don’t need the government to take care of me and yes I am healthy but I could also afford health insurance especially if it meant saving a few grand a month in taxes.

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      • “When libs have nothing to say to prove their point, they cry ‘racist’.” Yes, yes, and conservatives brush off everything by crying “socialist!”.

        It’s not all libs or all cons doing these things. Just the idiots among them. Get over it, both sides have a bunch of vocal idiots that make the rest of them look bad.

        Of course, the cries aren’t always off base. Like in the case illustrated in the picture above. There’s no way you can reasonably deny that racism is present there.

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        • There’s racism present everywhere. Its just a hot button term some people still whip out to try and attack an argument they usually don’t have any other way to attack.

          Set aside what you think of the people.

          What do you think of the policies?

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    10. If tea partiers weren’t racist fuckwads then this guy would be a bloody heap in a ditch with the sign sticking out of his own ass.

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