FW: Picture of the year!

Subject: FW: Picture of the year!

Subject: Fw: Picture of the year!

This is far too true to be funny.


November 6, 2012
If you voted for Obama in 2008 to prove you're not a racist,
then you'll have to vote for someone else in 2012...to prove
"you're not an idiot"


Anonymous said...

I wonder why people pass around this sort of nonsense. Do they believe it? Do they just hate Obama enough that any old smear is funny?

We've seen this one in several forms before.

Anonymous said...

This is far too true to be funny.

Well I suspose he is left handed, so there is at least a tiny shred of "truth" to this.

Looking at this, what proof do they have of any of it? In what ways has Obama curtailed any of these rights?

There have been no new guns restrictions passed.

Tea Party groups have been free to assemble for their shrieking moron fests and speak, broadcast, and print their many lies and whines without government interference.

There has been a strong spike in right wing terrorism, but all of those suspects have been treated fairly under the law. Are we supposed to feel sympathy for the arrested Hutari members, who had conspired to murder police officers and thankfully were stopped before their plan came to fruition? Did they not get due process of law? Were their 4th ammendment rights violated?

Anonymous said...

This kind of joke is hardly new.

When I was in law school, there was a bathroom stall that had the 4th Amendment written on it. Underneath it people wrote exceptions and case citations. For instance.

--even if the warrant is bogus (U.S. v. Leon)
-except in a car (Brendin v. California)


Valeyard said...

This is just nonsense. Obama has yet to pass the socialist reforms that he promised us and that the majority of people want.
Just keep believing in these capitalistic lies.

Gruaud said...

I am getting so tired of this. Again another troll makes a worthless attempt.
I believe we've commented on this one already many times.

Conservatives have long argued that Obama is rewriting the Bill of Rights.
We have no interest in a rewrite. We want it destroyed.
I'm glad that many Americans are waking up to this RW hypocritical BS. It's about time.

gruaud said...

Oh well, hey, fake-gruaud!

My awesomeness is inversely proportional to your posts. My god, how I BUG YOUR SHIT.

Lovin' it.

Hey RW trolls, answer how the Norway mass murderer was a RW fucking TOOL.

You lower the discourse and continue to spew your poison and, as always, a RW lunatic murders innocent people.

But the end justifies the means, eh, monsters?

Know why I always call you monsters?

Because you ARE monsters.

If this was Lord of the Rings, you assholes would be the orcs. Sad, but you willingly chose your side.

We're just waiting for a Gandalf.

Anonymous said...

I think you don't need a Gandalf, but you should take your pills.

I agree with the first Anonymous on this page.

Anonymous said...

First you should not just get rid of the Bill of Rights. I think you are way off base on that one.
The Bill of Rights are what protect most Americans.

More: Not all GOP are like the Norway mass murderer. Granted there are extremists in all organizations, but you should not generalize. I am worried about the increase in these types of groups.

gruaud said...

I respectfully disagree, anon.

The Gandalf I am referring to is a progressive leader with the stature of an FDR who will make things happen for the rest of us, and not just the filthy rich. Sadly, Obama ain't it, despite our hopes.

As for the taking medicine for the 9.9 on the fury-Richter scale, you might not have been paying attention for the last ten years or so, or you might be a tad upset, too.

But you agree with anon #1, and that is aces in my book. I'm not here to make friends, so your opinion of me means nothing to me as long as you understand what is happening and why this endless RW drivel is designed to divide and conquer the rest of us.

CharlieE said...

All of the following were prominent Republicans and Monsters.
-- July 2008: A gunman named Jim David Adkisson, agitated at how "liberals" are "destroying America," walks into a Unitarian Church and opens fire, killing two churchgoers and wounding four others.

-- October 2008: Two neo-Nazis are arrested in Tennessee in a plot to murder dozens of African-Americans, culminating in the assassination of President Obama.

-- December 2008: A pair of "Patriot" movement radicals -- the father-son team of Bruce and Joshua Turnidge, who wanted "to attack the political infrastructure" -- threaten a bank in Woodburn, Oregon, with a bomb in the hopes of extorting money that would end their financial difficulties, for which they blamed the government. Instead, the bomb goes off and kills two police officers. The men eventually are convicted and sentenced to death for the crime.

-- December 2008: In Belfast, Maine, police discover the makings of a nuclear "dirty bomb" in the basement of a white supremacist shot dead by his wife. The man, who was independently wealthy, reportedly was agitated about the election of President Obama and was crafting a plan to set off the bomb.

-- January 2009: A white supremacist named Keith Luke embarks on a killing rampage in Brockton, Mass., raping and wounding a black woman and killing her sister, then killing a homeless man before being captured by police as he is en route to a Jewish community center.

-- February 2009: A Marine named Kody Brittingham is arrested and charged with plotting to assassinate President Obama. Brittingham also collected white-supremacist material.

-- April 2009: A white supremacist named Richard Poplawski opens fire on three Pittsburgh police officers who come to his house on a domestic-violence call and kills all three, because he believed President Obama intended to take away the guns of white citizens like himself. Poplawski is currently awaiting trial.

-- April 2009: Another gunman in Okaloosa County, Florida, similarly fearful of Obama's purported gun-grabbing plans, kills two deputies when they come to arrest him in a domestic-violence matter, then is killed himself in a shootout with police.

-- May 2009: A "sovereign citizen" named Scott Roeder walks into a church in Wichita, Kansas, and assassinates abortion provider Dr. George Tiller.

-- June 2009: A Holocaust denier and right-wing tax protester named James Von Brunn opens fire at the Holocaust Museum, killing a security guard.

-- February 2010: An angry tax protester named Joseph Ray Stack flies an airplane into the building housing IRS offices in Austin, Texas. (Media are reluctant to label this one "domestic terrorism" too.)

-- March 2010: Seven militiamen from the Hutaree Militia in Michigan and Ohio are arrested and charged with plotting to assassinate local police officers with the intent of sparking a new civil war.

-- March 2010: An anti-government extremist named John Patrick Bedell walks into the Pentagon and opens fire, wounding two officers before he is himself shot dead.

-- May 2010: A "sovereign citizen" from Georgia is arrested in Tennessee and charged with plotting the violent takeover of a local county courthouse.

-- May 2010: A still-unidentified white man walks into a Jacksonville, Fla., mosque and sets it afire, simultaneously setting off a pipe bomb.

-- May 2010: Two "sovereign citizens" named Jerry and Joe Kane gun down two police officers who pull them over for a traffic violation, and then wound two more officers in a shootout in which both of them are eventually killed.

Not one Progressive.
This is why we need limits on you Republicans. Perhaps even a concentration camps. Government control is the only way to control you people.

Anonymous said...

We're just waiting for a Gandalf.

Frankly I'd settle for a few brave hobbits at this point.

Or maybe an unstoppable army of undead progressive voters.

Padre Mickey said...

I voted for Obama in 2008 to prove I wasn't a retard, which is why I will vote for him again in 2012.

Actually, I voted for him because he was the only sane choice. McCaine/Palin? puhLEEEZE!

Anonymous said...

At one time I thought the Jay Leno Jay Walking videos of ignorant Americans probably required many interviews to get just one stupid answer but after reading some of the Right Wing e-mails it’s evident you can make one video in a matter of minutes maybe even seconds at a Tea Party Rally.

Thx 4 Fish said...

A consuming rage, racist, classist, zenophobiac, paranoid and narcisistic, The Republican party has plenty to offer today's personality disordered soul. More than a political party, republicanism of today combines religious fundamentalism, fascist nationalism and 24/7 "entertainment" for the chronically humorless while still managing to be 100% justification for a wide range of antisocial attitudes otherwise known as the 7 deadly sins. I'm with you today gruaud I am royally sick of these twisted souls whose every moronic thought needs to be expressed loud as possible as though anyone really cares to hear yet another ditto headed opinion when Rush is already on my radio 3 TIMES A DAY!

Honus said...

the constitutional scholars that composed this e-mail are so astute that they apparently confused the ten "Amendments" that make up the Bill of Rights with the "Articles" of the basic Constitution.

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