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#110 - beatrixkiddo (10/18/2012) [-]
Sometimes I want to shout it in a big crowded restaurant
Sometimes I want to shout it in a big crowded restaurant
#58 - yuknowherpderp (10/18/2012) [-]
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#34 - mayedh (10/17/2012) [-]
“As a ***** who says ***** a lot… THAT ***** says ***** ALL THE TIME”
User avatar #100 to #84 - cyberdemon (10/18/2012) [-]
it doesnt last very long for fat people
#52 - lolkill (10/18/2012) [-]
wot ore thom noggers do-ong hore?
#96 - forevertrombone (10/18/2012) [-]
When Obama and Romney got into that argument last night, I was waiting for Obama's inner black man to come out and beat the 			****		 out of Romney and steal his wallet.
When Obama and Romney got into that argument last night, I was waiting for Obama's inner black man to come out and beat the **** out of Romney and steal his wallet.
User avatar #130 to #96 - grubbah (10/18/2012) [-]
You were waiting for him to have a ****** moment?
User avatar #89 - asaltmint (10/18/2012) [-]
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User avatar #111 - baditch (10/18/2012) [-]
I'm not even that racist, and it's my favorite word.
#19 - messerschmidto (10/17/2012) [-]
I honestly like Romney.
He has a good plan to fix what matters: the economy.

You guys just hate him because family guy told you to.

Want to feel better about Obama?
Go look up "George Bush looks like a monkey"
Hur dur Republicans suck Democrats r sooo gr8 Obama 4 ever
User avatar #42 to #19 - ronyx (10/17/2012) [-]
So republicans = good
Democrats = bad?
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#129 to #19 - Rascal (10/18/2012) [-]
http://www.romneytaxplan. com/

He has no plan. Only pandering and talking points.
User avatar #132 to #129 - messerschmidto (10/18/2012) [-]
You honestly consider that to be a valid argument?
So this is what liberals do with all that tax money.
User avatar #69 to #19 - pianoasis (10/18/2012) [-]
Why should obama's comment about george bush in any way affect his plans for the economy?
Be realistic instead of searching for illogical ways to criticize obama's efficieny as a president
User avatar #158 to #69 - alexwise (10/18/2012) [-]
for relz guys
#27 to #19 - Rascal (10/17/2012) [-]
whats romneys plan?
User avatar #28 to #27 - messerschmidto (10/17/2012) [-]
He would cut down useless spending on expanding the size of the government.
He would cut taxes not only for the rich, but for all classes.
He would remove the pressure on the economy, giving it the chance to build itself, as it has shown itself able to do many ties over.
User avatar #31 to #28 - demandsgayversion (10/17/2012) [-]
BUT THE SOCIAL ISSUES!
User avatar #29 to #28 - taylordurden (10/17/2012) [-]
obama wants to save 500 billion from the military
those who earn 1000 dollar will get the economy going with their 2-5 dollar more/month
what do you mean with removing the pressure?
User avatar #30 to #29 - messerschmidto (10/17/2012) [-]
And do you know where that money goes?
It goes straight into the pockets of 19 year old who got knocked up by some college Jock.
They are the "suffering middle class".
They have no reason to get a job; they can live for free until they die, while their children lay around disregarded, in low grade public schools. They turn into the delinquents that fill the world today.

Why work when Obama makes the employed and hardworking "greedy upper class" pay for your Iphone 5 and your Abercrombie shirts and your food?

Do you see why I like Romney now, who wants us to work for ourselves?
User avatar #32 to #30 - taylordurden (10/17/2012) [-]
here in germany we have a 10 time more extended and expensive welfare system and yet we stand best in the EU

and still you didn't answer my questions

how will romneys policy get the economy going?
how does he want to get rid of americas main problem the poverty and the rising of poor and uneducated people?
and what does he mean with taking the pressure off the economy?
User avatar #45 to #32 - YeYouKnoMe (10/17/2012) [-]
lol uneducated, most of the uneducated are the people who choose not to go to school and celebrities that get payed for being a retard. I mean almost everyone in MY highschool which is roughly 2000-3000 students and we will all graduate.
User avatar #37 to #30 - ienjoyrofling (10/17/2012) [-]
All of those are VERY good points, our welfare system (and many other systems..) are severely ****** up. But the 'suffering middle class' includes my cousin, who, gets no child support (maybe 100 dollars every 3 months) from a dead-beat dad who left after he heard he got her pregnant. Without the food stamps she got she would've had to put up her daughter for adoption and that child would go through life with no parents, and many other issues (mental) that orphanages cause. I know that more people that don't need it get it, and those that do need it get less, but getting rid of it or altering it too much can get the folk who NEED it off of it. Does Shaniqua need it for her 9 kids she keeps having and having? No. But she knows she'll get it, so why not? But it'd be a shame if some person made enough money to not be on the list, but the child cost crippled them so poorly that they can't support themselves or their child.
User avatar #38 to #37 - notafakeaccount (10/17/2012) [-]
why does shaniqua with her 9 kids dont need it but your cousin does?
User avatar #39 to #38 - ienjoyrofling (10/17/2012) [-]
I worded that poorly, so sorry! What I should say is that she had one kid, and saw more meant mo' money, so she kept at it. My cousin deserved it because her family basically disowned her and she was building her way up earning more money, getting a nicer place, and had sex with some dude who got her preggers. Should she have done it? **** no, but she's uber-prolife which annoyed me, so she kept her. I'm kind of glad she did though, her daughter is very cute and when I babysit I can't ever get mad at her because she's pretty wonderful. And she wouldn't be here if her mom (my cousin) didn't get the food stamps she did. Which was enough to feed her child, and the money she made from work still went to feed herself and clothes and the like.
User avatar #43 to #28 - YeYouKnoMe (10/17/2012) [-]
he won't cut taxes for the middle class lol, he's a republican and he's just focused on making money for himself.
User avatar #47 to #28 - Icedangel (10/17/2012) [-]
I'm not saying I'm an economic expert. Or siding with either side of this debate.

But Sweden has a tax rate of just under 50% taxes for citizen taxing and about 15% for corporate taxing.. Their Poverty rate is about 16.4%

Meanwhile, the US has just below 30% for personal tax rates, and near 40 for corporate.
And the us has a poverty rate of 24.4...

And in fact, our most bountiful times have been with higher tax rates... So I really don't think cutting taxes will help anyone... Things in the US are so expensive cause we have a ******* of taxes on businesses. They have to pay more to have jobs here.

Us worker in IA: 7.25 an hour. Plus they tax the company, and all the other perks we demand.

US worker in India: 5 cents a day.

It's a lot easier to keep prices down when you have to pay more.. But Americans go around screaming about how expensive things are when it's their own government pretty much keeping jobs out..

For ***** Sake. Build A bear flies bears to the US to sew on the tag that says 'MADE IN THE USA' and the price instantly triples.
User avatar #48 to #47 - Icedangel (10/17/2012) [-]
Wow, I just go some things mixed up. Haha.

US workers aren't in India. And it's easier to keep prices down when you pay less on labor!

bit scrabbled today, sorry.
User avatar #70 to #47 - pianoasis (10/18/2012) [-]
All of the Scandinavian countries have amazing economies and cultures, its badass up there
User avatar #107 to #19 - newfalcon (10/18/2012) [-]
That is an opinion, but the economy is not the only thing that matters.
I don't like his views on social issues. Hitler could be amazing at economics and business but I still wouldn't vote for him.

Also I don't recall him actually saying any specifics for his plan.
#35 to #19 - hurrdurka (10/17/2012) [-]
Ahahahha! man I cannot stop laughing that people actually put time into making them!!!!

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User avatar #49 to #35 - messerschmidto (10/18/2012) [-]
Voila, your average argument against Republicans.
#21 to #19 - orendil (10/17/2012) [-]
I agree with you man. But expect a ton of red thumbs as a majority on this site are Democrats who don't look up their facts. Hold your ground.
I agree with you man. But expect a ton of red thumbs as a majority on this site are Democrats who don't look up their facts. Hold your ground.
#23 to #21 - messerschmidto (10/17/2012) [-]
Always.    
My opinion will never be changed by those who base their opinions off of what the TV    
tells them to think.
Always.
My opinion will never be changed by those who base their opinions off of what the TV
tells them to think.
#24 to #23 - orendil (10/17/2012) [-]
Good man.
User avatar #36 to #23 - notafakeaccount (10/17/2012) [-]
'my opinion will never be changed'
yeah thats what well educated people say
looks like you are just one of 'those' even if you may not have you opinion from TV but from your higher middle class/higher class parents or the internet

you also just talk after someone and don't know more about the topic
User avatar #81 to #36 - Fgner (10/18/2012) [-]
It means he's researched his facts, he knows what he knows, and therefore his opinion is on solid ground, and won't be easily swayed. It means if people randomly spew **** at him for having his opinion, or try to convince him otherwise with false facts, he's not going to switch sides, because his opinion has a sound base.
#123 to #21 - stripeygreenhat (10/18/2012) [-]
Obama's economic plan is similar to the Clinton kim jongistration's policies, of which America was on a surplus. Yes, the taxes were higher but we had much greater job growth during his presidency than the kim jongistrations before it.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/07/politics/fact-check-clinton-jobs/index.html

The things Romney mentioned he wanted to cut-PBS, NPR, Planned Parenthood, are only a very small percent of the budget. A small percent which produces vast benefits for the community. For the small amount of money the goes into those minor programs, we see enough positive influence to make up for it tenfold. Thus, I think it's foolish for Romney to focus on those minor programs.

Besides, those programs being cut wouldn't nearly be enough to make up for the trillions of dollars lost on Romney's tax cuts. He hasn't specified other, much bigger programs to reform or cut back on and he needs to focus on those instead.
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#91 to #19 - conagheraxe (10/18/2012) [-]
I don't know how you interpreted this, but that woman's question to Mitt Romney at the last debate, "How are you any different from Bush" was completely irrelevant and rude to me. Someone could have just as easily asked Obama "How are you any different from Carter" but it seems like the fact that he's black has kept him safe from things like that.   
   
   
I can already hear the red sea crashing in around me.
I don't know how you interpreted this, but that woman's question to Mitt Romney at the last debate, "How are you any different from Bush" was completely irrelevant and rude to me. Someone could have just as easily asked Obama "How are you any different from Carter" but it seems like the fact that he's black has kept him safe from things like that.


I can already hear the red sea crashing in around me.
#108 to #19 - Schwarzenegger (10/18/2012) [-]
Look at all the angry democrats.
User avatar #122 to #108 - messerschmidto (10/18/2012) [-]
Tell me about it.
User avatar #54 to #19 - philliyoMLB (10/18/2012) [-]
The tweets I see on Twitter are so dumb and disguisting, I live in a highly black populated community and many of those kids are smart, they're just brainwashed by what their failed parents tell them and the media.
#67 to #19 - yukitora (10/18/2012) [-]
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#25 to #19 - threeonetwo (10/17/2012) [-]
I agree that Romney has a good plan, but i think that Obama's is better - it just makes more sense - strengthen the middle class. Also, Romney tries too hard to attack Obama's failures in his presidency. It's not like he would have done much better if he was in Obama's place.
User avatar #90 to #25 - Fgner (10/18/2012) [-]
First - Under Obama, the white middle class is being screwed left and right. The poor classes or the middle black class is promoted. Yes, I dare to say it's racist policy, because they are. If you read these bills, they literally say minorities get benefits that whites don't. Of course, a case that the supreme court is about to handle may change it so no laws can ever include racial exceptions again. And as a side fact, recently police officers have been retiring or quitting because they are getting orders not to arrest mintorities. Not sure the validity of their statements, but still.
Second - How does Obama's plan make more sense? Government gets it's money from the people. The stimulus packages cost every tax paying citizen about 6 thousand dollars (3 thousand per person, but only ~50% pay taxes). And the money went to companies like GM (which was going bankrupt for a reason. They then gave 30% of the company to the unions, which had never been done before. And the Unions aren't supposed to own the companies, because they promote screwing the company for the employees, and then 10% to CANADA. And then another 30% to THEMSELVES. And furthermore, because Government always sides with unions, that means that 60% of the votes are controlled by the union!), Solaris (Which not only went bankrupt, but destroyed every solar panel they made and didn't sell), and other companies that should NOT have gotten money. Then he tries to destroy the energy market, by not allowing the pipelines (which would have also provided jobs), raising the price of energy, and passing regulations through executive orders (which is an abuse of power) that screw us. You know, like that one that says that all American companies need to have an average car sold fuel efficiency of 56MPG by something like 2016. Which means virtually all auto companies will move out of America to avoid the dumbassery, and lose us jobs. And we don't even have a 56MPG car for the market yet!
User avatar #94 to #90 - Fgner (10/18/2012) [-]
But not only do they have to sell 56MPG cars, but they have have an average of 56MPG for all cars sold. So if you sell a pickup with 20MPG you have to sell another car with >100MPG. That's ******* insane.
Third - I've seen more Romney commercials promoting Romney's plans and ideas, than Obama's. And the ones of Obama's use blantant lies or "facts" that can't be backed up for about half of their data. Overall, though, I say they are both as bad when it comes to the commercials. And I live in a swing state, so YMMV.
Last - I'm sure he would have. Obama made terrible decisions.
User avatar #74 to #19 - retardedboss (10/18/2012) [-]
I don't dislike Romney because "family guy told me to". I don't like him because he has moral views that I don't agree with. Also, his economic plan is't so sound. He want's to cut taxes AND the deficit. It can be done, and has been done, but there is no evidence to show that cutting taxes is what made the economy grow. On top of all that he just seems like a bit of a cockbite. I mean he sounds like he knows what he's talking about, but I just don't trust his economic policy will work.

That being said, I'm not a HUGE fan of Obama either, but we really are choosing the lesser of two evils. not to say any of them are evil per se, but neither of them are all that great.

I hope you can either see where I'm coming from or at least respectfully disagree. When one person gets butthurt everyone has a bad time.
#177 to #19 - thessalonaki (10/18/2012) [-]
What plan?   
   
I haven't heard any sort of plan from Romney. Just puffed up rhetoric and 			********		. I don't like Obama, either. I don't think either of them are good candidates. Our two party system is 			******		. FUUUUUCKED. For extra emphasis, let me repeat a third time: FUUUUUUUUUUCKED 			******		 			******		   
   
It's either Republican or Democrat, or you may as well not have an opinion on anything. It seems to me like both candidates are saying, "Hey guys, lets just do these couple little things and everything will be alright!" But it wont. They act like fixing our country's state is something that can just be fixed with a few simple tweaks. But that wont happen. Our country is 			******		 in so many ways- economic, cultural, our prison population, and the sheer amount of idiots in our country.   
   
I respect your opinion, but I wholeheartedly disagree with you, and your opponents/ democrats. Also, you use a fairly glaring strawman in your argument: "You guys just hate him because family guy told you to." I highly doubt the validity of this statement.
What plan?

I haven't heard any sort of plan from Romney. Just puffed up rhetoric and ******** . I don't like Obama, either. I don't think either of them are good candidates. Our two party system is ****** . FUUUUUCKED. For extra emphasis, let me repeat a third time: FUUUUUUUUUUCKED ****** ******

It's either Republican or Democrat, or you may as well not have an opinion on anything. It seems to me like both candidates are saying, "Hey guys, lets just do these couple little things and everything will be alright!" But it wont. They act like fixing our country's state is something that can just be fixed with a few simple tweaks. But that wont happen. Our country is ****** in so many ways- economic, cultural, our prison population, and the sheer amount of idiots in our country.

I respect your opinion, but I wholeheartedly disagree with you, and your opponents/ democrats. Also, you use a fairly glaring strawman in your argument: "You guys just hate him because family guy told you to." I highly doubt the validity of this statement.

User avatar #53 to #19 - heartlessrobot (10/18/2012) [-]
I don't care for either, they both seem like idiots to me. But then again, all the intelligent people have learned to ignore politics.
User avatar #55 to #53 - messerschmidto (10/18/2012) [-]
That's the fad, isn't it?
I thought for a while that I'd like to be one of those who disregard politics.
But then I reconsidered, and realized that I wanted to get involved.
User avatar #56 to #55 - heartlessrobot (10/18/2012) [-]
I just said **** it. As long as nothing affects freedom of speech, gun rights, or anything I give a **** about, in a negative way, I won't do **** .
User avatar #75 to #19 - alexwise (10/18/2012) [-]
i understand your opinion but honestly i don't understand how a man like mitt romney could have any supporters other than shallow assholes that only care about his haircut and spray tan. He has a terrible plan for the economy and the only reason that Obama hasnt achieved everything he promised four years ago is that the majority of the senate are ignorant racist bigots who are to stubborn to pass any of his proposition. And one other thing how can anyone, Anyone, get behind a man who believes that native americans were a lost tribe of israelis and that joeseph smith met an angel who told him where to find the next testement but could only read WITH ******* STONES IN A HAT?
User avatar #92 to #19 - toosexyforyou (10/18/2012) [-]
He's supposed to run the country, not a company.
#97 to #92 - swimmerman (10/18/2012) [-]
Only a businessman will be able to manage finances and cut the deficit. Romney has a lot of experience running companies, and the monetary aspects of a government are quite similar in essence.
#101 to #97 - Rascal (10/18/2012) [-]
His experience includes gutting companies for all of their assets and firing all the employs. Come up with something that wasn't told you by a news organisation.
#137 to #101 - swimmerman (10/18/2012) [-]
None of the news organisations even say that, and I'm not even American! Haha a businessman will know how to use money well.
User avatar #150 to #97 - alexwise (10/18/2012) [-]
but as you know his way of making money was to salvage failing companies for scraps and then basically leave them to rot.
User avatar #80 to #17 - mynameisnotmike (10/18/2012) [-]
Just noticing this. The letters on the bottom thing almost spell out rustle.
#105 - corybufkin (10/18/2012) [-]
Snoop Doggs 4th reason for why hes not voting for romeny: He looks like he says " ****** " all the time.
<Pic is Romney explaing to a child what the million man march was.
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#1 - marcello (10/17/2012) [-]
It's almost like I haven't heard this 800 times in the last few months
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User avatar #148 - alexwise (10/18/2012) [-]
i think the only reasons people like romney is because hes white, male, christian, and belongs to a group of christians who excluded negroes th 70's and still exclude gays.
what a douche bag
User avatar #164 to #148 - thekeldog (10/18/2012) [-]
isnt he morman?
User avatar #165 to #164 - alexwise (10/18/2012) [-]
ya mormons did that
User avatar #181 to #148 - frankieforward (10/18/2012) [-]
It was legal in Missouri to shoot a Mormon on sight up to 1976. Lol the only reason i know is because I am one
User avatar #171 to #148 - daghost (10/18/2012) [-]
It's also a religion we tried to execute back in civil war times.

Like... tried to kill every single one of them.
#68 - yukitora (10/18/2012) [-]
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#83 - qazzuiop (10/18/2012) [-]
it pains me when we have presidential candidates who are BOTH for the NDAA, patriot act, TSA, genocide of civilians in other countries via drone strikes. Etc etc. and you're all too blind to see it.

Wake the **** up America, no matter which of the "two" candidates, you ******* lose while the big banks and corporations haul in the big bucks.

As we speak Romney and Obama are probably in the white house, chillin, and laughing about how they have tricked you both into choosing between them and how next to restrict YOUR personal freedoms.


******* hell, Robamney even had a debate agreement that makes it so they don't have to be heald accountable to any answers they give nor do they have to answer any questions that make them think too hard. Talk about "clean coal"? Sure. Talk about ******* genocide via drones? Nope, not pre approved to talk about.


inb4 thumbs down because you can't handle the truth.
User avatar #126 to #83 - chezburgadominator (10/18/2012) [-]
Well I don't believe that's the truth, that's what you believe. Of course their ideas are extremely similiar, that's the point of the voting, to **** with the common people. Then again their means of achieving these goals are different.

Then again, it does look like something was up at those debates, they looked like they were about to burst out laughing at each other and say " **** all of you dumbasses".
User avatar #142 to #83 - churrundo (10/18/2012) [-]
it's like south park's episode four years ago!
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