Discussion in 'Community' started by GrandAdmiralJello, Nov 4, 2012.
Didn't that CPAC kid become a Democrat and vote for Obama?
his dad is a music producer from the eighties. soooooo... draw what conclusions you will
dude got shot in the face and went on to run for congress as the chosen successor of a woman took one in the dome piece and kept on tickin' so i guess what im saying is it seems an exercise in futility not to vote for a person like that. these southeastern arizona democrats just. keep. on. coming.
Became a Democrat, but I think he's still too young to vote
yah he wound up regretting that even sooner than i predicted. at least kory shore's still parroting crazy ****
That's hilarious. stupid, but hilarious nonetheless.
combination of the two most overused political cartoon metaphors of the election season. good show.
of course neither of them is as annoying or prolific as the post election FISCAL CLIFF literal cliff
political cartoons are so awful
Christie visits SNL's Weekend Update.
I do not dislike CC, but I doubt I could vote for him unless the Dem against him was literally ******ed.
Gingrich: Romney's "gifts" comments are "nuts" and "insulting."
Oh that's rich coming Gingrich.
I like him, I appreciate how straightforward he is, but...yeah.
Certainly like how he told everyone to get "effed" once the storm hit. His state comes first, i liked that appeal about him.
I’m amazed –but not surprised- at how Republicans were either lock-step or curiously silent during the whole 47% thing, but have so very quickly turned on him now that he’s lost the election. Kinda like the (former) alpha of a pack.
Watching Romney's already faded star go to rust with his post election comments is just too much fun.
Could not have happened to a more deserving candidate.
The transition that wasn't.
Thank goodness for that.
Dude, you don't have to pretend, I can totally tell that you're not really a scientist.
Rubio has hung around with Mitt too much. The extremely-stupid and apparent pandering to evangelicals here is just too much.
Oh, and Lindsay Graham is the latest Republican to throw Mitt under the bus (or on top of the car)
"Multiple theories out there"
No, Mr Rubio, multiple hypotheses. Only one theory, and thats the big bang.
Yeah, maybe he should try taking an elementary school science course. My children can tell you the age of the Earth and briefly describe the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic eras.
The worst thing is that most Catholics believe in the Big Bang Theory, and the Church says there is nothing wrong with it.
Rubio is just shamelessly pandering to the evangelicals in Iowa.
It's also so stupid, that when asked about a scientific theory, he says it's controversial because theologians (not scientists) still dispute it. That does not make it one of the "great mysteries."
And I have no idea how he threw GDP into this. This entire thing is just so stupid on so many levels.
THE GOD HYPOTHESIS
is one of my favorite phrases along with THE FISCAL CLIFF
Cat takes third in Va, Senate Race.
For the record, I did not see his name on the ballot when I went to go vote.
"There are many theories" is coded language for "I don't want to say out loud that I don't accept established science." So is "teach both theories."