or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › General › Current Events, Power and Money › Stupid political crap your friends post on facebook.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Stupid political crap your friends post on facebook. - Page 15

post #211 of 5454
shog[1].gifshog[1].gifshog[1].gifshog[1].gifshog[1].gif

Although they may also ask why you were trying to vote for President in 2010 and 2011
post #212 of 5454
I can vote in 2 other countries as well, not everyone's 4-year cycle is like America's teacha.gif

have you written a book ?

* * *

also, mordy, if I were to populate this thread with on-topic material I believe homeland security might intercept some of my poasts. only some, though.
post #213 of 5454
Quote:
Originally Posted by ChicagoRon View Post

Here is my response to that..
298

Jesus. This suit would be a violation of the Geneva Convention in Milan. I have a theory that libertarians are usually horribly dressed, because it's a belief that is obviously disinterested with agreeableness, and hence has little need to conform to such stifling standards as proper pant break. It's probably the darkest blemish on the libertarian movement.
post #214 of 5454
Quote:
Originally Posted by the shah View Post

I can vote in 2 other countries as well, not everyone's 4-year cycle is like America's teacha.gif
have you written a book ?
* * *
also, mordy, if I were to populate this thread with on-topic material I believe homeland security might intercept some of my poasts. only some, though.

As soon as Homeland Security found your B&S ads for mesh vests and white leather pants they deleted you from their watch list. I think you're in the clear.
post #215 of 5454
wait i never bought those to sell -___-

but i was tempted by both the Bless mesh vest and the white CCP perforated but they weren't leather just looked like it.

i can't tell if you knew this or made it up and were spot on anyway and what that says about me and more importantly what that says about you.

but it's not me they're after, they'd be after the nutjobs and tinfoil.gif s that forced my hand in closing FB. it's easier or rather more diplomatic than deleting a large contingent, I would think.
post #216 of 5454
Quote:
Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

I know you're just trolling but... there are many RP supporters who actually believe what you typed. And I'm not sure where it is coming from. W managed to win twice without any particular Ron Paul/libertarian backing so clearly, it can be done.
But on top of that, you're just too small a percentage to matter, sorry.
In 1988 Ron Paul had .5% of the vote in the general.
In 2008 Ron Paul had .8% percent of the delegates and 1.6% of the vote in the primary.
After four years of organizing and campaigning and outreach he is at a whopping 11.4% of the vote (with an even smaller share of the vote when its all said and done, guaranteed), 75% less than Mitt, and fewer victories than Newt. But, yeah, hey, sure, you're going to decide the general when you can't even win a single state in the primary and the only time you come close is when 50% of the candidates decide to not even contest the race. Whatever you have to tell yourself is fine.

This was a good post .
post #217 of 5454
Quote:
Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

Jesus. This suit would be a violation of the Geneva Convention in Milan. I have a theory that libertarians are usually horribly dressed, because it's a belief that is obviously disinterested with agreeableness, and hence has little need to conform to such stifling standards as proper pant break. It's probably the darkest blemish on the libertarian movement.

Wasn't it MLK who said we should judge men on the content of their character rather than the fit of their suits?
post #218 of 5454
Quote:
Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

You would think that if Paul supporters really understood his point of view, their default vote would go right, but it doesn't. They will vote Paul or Democrat.

Yep.
***


edinatlanta: You think Romney or Santorum would win the general if Paul supporters stayed home ? Really? We'll find out b/c that's exactly how this is going to play out. IMO Paul is going to Perot the shit out of the GOP.

But you are right, it's becoming more and more evident as time goes on that Libertarians are not welcome and have no place in the Republican party.
post #219 of 5454
Woman that I live with poasted this:

She fulfills almost every stereotype that libs make fun of republicans for. (Hardon for Reagan, what if Jesus was aborted? etc.)
post #220 of 5454
226
post #221 of 5454
Is that political? Because I don't think we are in any danger of Greece disappearing.
post #222 of 5454
Quote:
Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Is that political? Because I don't think we are in any danger of Greece disappearing.

Bearing in mind who posted it I'm more confident in it being about the EU than I am of myself being male.
post #223 of 5454
Quote:
Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Is that political? Because I don't think we are in any danger of Greece disappearing.

couldn't fit the "-AN UNION" with that emphatic font , you see
post #224 of 5454
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sir Humphrey Appleby View Post

226

The European Union with Greece is like a child printing bond certificates.
post #225 of 5454
The European Union with Greece at the moment is like an elderly man who lost his savings in an email scam and is now mooching unashamedly off his children, asking for holidays to tropical islands and sports cars whilst guilt tripping them with stories of how he used to feed them and cloth them.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Current Events, Power and Money
Styleforum › Forums › General › Current Events, Power and Money › Stupid political crap your friends post on facebook.