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    PantsBPantsB Fake Thomas Jefferson Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    ElJeffe wrote: »
    piL wrote: »
    Edit: I thought people liked Grant. Did people not like Grant? Nevermind, I guess people didn't like Grant. Nothing to see here folks.

    Grant was an inept alcoholic with the most corrupt administration in American history. In his defense, I don't think he was a bad guy... just an inept alcoholic.

    Wait, inept alcoholic with the most corrupt administration in American history? Why does that sound familiar?
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    LawndartLawndart Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Preacher wrote: »
    ElJeffe wrote: »
    piL wrote: »
    Edit: I thought people liked Grant. Did people not like Grant? Nevermind, I guess people didn't like Grant. Nothing to see here folks.

    Grant was an inept alcoholic with the most corrupt administration in American history. In his defense, I don't think he was a bad guy... just an inept alcoholic.

    I give him a pass for killing some southerners. I mean anyone who shot up the good old boys can't be that bad in my book.

    In that case, General Sherman should have been President.

    "I respectfully disagree with my distinguished colleagues in the Congress, and shall now proceed to burn their motherfucking houses down."

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    minigunwielderminigunwielder __BANNED USERS regular
    edited November 2008
    Lots of people think Africa is just a country and that Kenya is a town or a state or whatever. That's why people refer to starving people being in Africa rather than any specific country where famine is a problem..

    But those people should be sterilized.

    Also, next election, somebody needs to ask the candidates if they can name all FIFTY NIFTY, UNITED STATES!

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    LawndartLawndart Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Lots of people think Africa is just a country and that Kenya is a town or a state or whatever. That's why people refer to starving people being in Africa rather than any specific country where famine is a problem..

    But those people should be sterilized.

    Also, next election, somebody needs to ask the candidates if they can name all FIFTY NIFTY, UNITED STATES!

    Or in Obama's case, 57. :P

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    KilroyKilroy timaeusTestified Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    ElJeffe wrote: »
    piL wrote: »
    Edit: I thought people liked Grant. Did people not like Grant? Nevermind, I guess people didn't like Grant. Nothing to see here folks.

    Grant was an inept alcoholic with the most corrupt administration in American history. In his defense, I don't think he was a bad guy... just an inept alcoholic.

    To be fair to Grant, I don't think he had any idea how corrupt his buddies that he put into power really were. And he did realize that he messed up and tried to run again after Hayes' term to fix the mess he caused.

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    TubeTube Registered User admin
    edited November 2008
    mcdermott wrote: »
    When abortion clinic bombers and their supporters are a demographic that your candidate is afraid of offending or alienating, you are voting for the wrong motherfucking person.

    I don't think it was anything to do with being afraid to offend or alienate. I don't think she considers them terrorists and I don't think she was willing to say that she did. Good for her for standing up for her beliefs, but she can go to hell.

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    FiarynFiaryn Omnicidal Madman Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Lawndart wrote: »
    Preacher wrote: »
    ElJeffe wrote: »
    piL wrote: »
    Edit: I thought people liked Grant. Did people not like Grant? Nevermind, I guess people didn't like Grant. Nothing to see here folks.

    Grant was an inept alcoholic with the most corrupt administration in American history. In his defense, I don't think he was a bad guy... just an inept alcoholic.

    I give him a pass for killing some southerners. I mean anyone who shot up the good old boys can't be that bad in my book.

    In that case, General Sherman should have been President.

    "I respectfully disagree with my distinguished colleagues in the Congress, and shall now proceed to burn their motherfucking houses down."

    I would go back in time to vote for this.

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    kildykildy Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    mcdermott wrote: »
    When abortion clinic bombers and their supporters are a demographic that your candidate is afraid of offending or alienating, you are voting for the wrong motherfucking person.

    I don't think it was anything to do with being afraid to offend or alienate. I don't think she considers them terrorists and I don't think she was willing to say that she did. Good for her for standing up for her beliefs, but she can go to hell.

    Yeah, mentally terrorist seems to stand for "shit other people do against you" for a lot of people and not actually a description of a methodology. It's a generic bad word now, like fascist.

    I'm trying to recall the Southpark/Family Guy episode where cartman admits that hell yeah he's a terrorist or something.

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    mcdermottmcdermott Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    mcdermott wrote: »
    When abortion clinic bombers and their supporters are a demographic that your candidate is afraid of offending or alienating, you are voting for the wrong motherfucking person.

    I don't think it was anything to do with being afraid to offend or alienate. I don't think she considers them terrorists and I don't think she was willing to say that she did. Good for her for standing up for her beliefs, but she can go to hell.

    Yeah, I was giving her the benefit of the doubt here and assuming that her reluctance to admit the obvious truth was for political reasons, not personal. One of them simply makes her ambitious, the other makes her an actively horrible person.

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    DjiemDjiem Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    kildy wrote: »
    mcdermott wrote: »
    When abortion clinic bombers and their supporters are a demographic that your candidate is afraid of offending or alienating, you are voting for the wrong motherfucking person.

    I don't think it was anything to do with being afraid to offend or alienate. I don't think she considers them terrorists and I don't think she was willing to say that she did. Good for her for standing up for her beliefs, but she can go to hell.

    Yeah, mentally terrorist seems to stand for "shit other people do against you" for a lot of people and not actually a description of a methodology. It's a generic bad word now, like fascist.

    I'm trying to recall the Southpark/Family Guy episode where cartman admits that hell yeah he's a terrorist or something.

    When Cartman tries to get Family Guy off the air. It's a 2-ep one, it's in the second episode, he's telling Bart his plan, and Bart goes: Isn't that like terrorism? to which Cartman replies: No, it IS terrorism.

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    minigunwielderminigunwielder __BANNED USERS regular
    edited November 2008
    Fiaryn wrote: »
    Lawndart wrote: »
    Preacher wrote: »
    ElJeffe wrote: »
    piL wrote: »
    Edit: I thought people liked Grant. Did people not like Grant? Nevermind, I guess people didn't like Grant. Nothing to see here folks.

    Grant was an inept alcoholic with the most corrupt administration in American history. In his defense, I don't think he was a bad guy... just an inept alcoholic.

    I give him a pass for killing some southerners. I mean anyone who shot up the good old boys can't be that bad in my book.

    In that case, General Sherman should have been President.

    "I respectfully disagree with my distinguished colleagues in the Congress, and shall now proceed to burn their motherfucking houses down."

    I would go back in time to vote for this.

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    David_TDavid_T A fashion yes-man is no good to me. Copenhagen, DenmarkRegistered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Fencingsax wrote: »
    David_T wrote: »
    Really, it's something out of a Karl Marx Brothers movie.
    What the fuck?
    With all the talk of socialism and secret communism, someone would have added Karl and said "fixed". I'm just ahead of the curve.

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    DocDoc Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited November 2008
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

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    DeShadowCDeShadowC Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

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    Nova_CNova_C I have the need The need for speedRegistered User regular
    edited November 2008
    The thing about getting someone with the qualities to be a good president to run for office is the fact that those qualities aren't the ones that will get them elected.

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    DaedalusDaedalus Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

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    Robos A Go GoRobos A Go Go Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Daedalus wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

    She's still governor of Alaska.

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    DocDoc Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    More should be expected from everyone, our leaders especially so. I'm not arguing that she's not an idiot. I'm pointing out that there are a lot of idiots.

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    mcdermottmcdermott Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    Yes, but I'd like to think that the bar for A) college graduates B) governors and C) anybody who would even be considered for Vice President is higher than that. Even eliminating C. Fuck, even eliminating B.

    Yes, the median of the US population is pretty stupid. The median of the college-educated population is less stupid, though, and the median of college educated governors is pretty smart. You can't compare Palin to the average American.

    And yeah, I know her college performance, based on what information saw the light of day, is pretty weak. But she still graduated, which means statistically she's significantly less likely to be functionally retarded.


    I know she's dumb. Especially compared to anybody we'd consider to be our leader. But I just have a hard time accepting that she'd get where she is, even with how fucked up Alaska politics and the electorate in general can be, if she was that dumb.

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    DaedalusDaedalus Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Daedalus wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

    She's still governor of Alaska.


    Fuck Alaska. They just re-elected for Senate a man who was convicted on federal bribery charges. They don't have a problem with "criminal", why would they have a problem with "stupid"?

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    DeShadowCDeShadowC Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Daedalus wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

    She made it as far to being a VP candidate. I've also heard people who voted for McCain because she was on the ticket.

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    VariableVariable Mouth Congress Stroke Me Lady FameRegistered User regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Daedalus wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

    She made it as far to being a VP candidate. I've also heard people who voted for McCain because she was on the ticket.

    people trust their gut over their brain. it's why religion is so popular and we can't let gay people get married.

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    DeShadowCDeShadowC Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    mcdermott wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    Yes, but I'd like to think that the bar for A) college graduates B) governors and C) anybody who would even be considered for Vice President is higher than that. Even eliminating C. Fuck, even eliminating B.

    Yes, the median of the US population is pretty stupid. The median of the college-educated population is less stupid, though, and the median of college educated governors is pretty smart. You can't compare Palin to the average American.

    And yeah, I know her college performance, based on what information saw the light of day, is pretty weak. But she still graduated, which means statistically she's significantly less likely to be functionally retarded.


    I know she's dumb. Especially compared to anybody we'd consider to be our leader. But I just have a hard time accepting that she'd get where she is, even with how fucked up Alaska politics and the electorate in general can be, if she was that dumb.

    Maybe she bribed her professors with sex and money to graduate.

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    DeShadowCDeShadowC Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Variable wrote: »
    people trust their gut over their brain. it's why religion is so popular and we can't let gay people get married.

    To quote the person who told me this yesterday, "I voted for McCain because Palin would make a better President then Biden would." I came very close to getting fired instead I walked away.

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    WotanAnubisWotanAnubis Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?
    You re-elected GWB. So... apparently not. :P

    OK, that's not fair. He probably knows the Earth goes round the sun. But I'd give him 50/50 on whether or not he knows his country was once part of England.

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    piLpiL Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?
    You re-elected GWB. So... apparently not. :P

    OK, that's not fair. He probably knows the Earth goes round the sun. But I'd give him 50/50 on whether or not he knows his country was once part of England.

    Texas was never English.

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    DeShadowCDeShadowC Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?
    You re-elected GWB. So... apparently not. :P

    OK, that's not fair. He probably knows the Earth goes round the sun. But I'd give him 50/50 on whether or not he knows his country was once part of England.

    I'm honestly not sure he knows the Earth revolves around the sun. In our defense though, we've never voted a sitting President out during a time of war.

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    Gabriel_PittGabriel_Pitt (effective against Russian warships) Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Daedalus wrote: »
    Daedalus wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

    She's still governor of Alaska.


    Fuck Alaska. They just re-elected for Senate a man who was convicted on federal bribery charges. They don't have a problem with "criminal", why would they have a problem with "stupid"?
    Governmentof what I'm pretty sure is the smallest state in the union does diddly to qualify you for national leadership. Be governor of California, New York, Texa, Virginia, Florida, hell, even Arkansas, a state where you actually have to deal with large, varied population issues and shit that matters on a national basis. That's an actual qualification.

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    WotanAnubisWotanAnubis Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    In our defense though, we've never voted a sitting President out during a time of war.
    That's a pretty saddening defense, when you think about it. Especially if it's a President who started the war.

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    DeShadowCDeShadowC Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    In our defense though, we've never voted a sitting President out during a time of war.
    That's a pretty saddening defense, when you think about it. Especially if it's a President who started the war.

    People don't like change as it is, especially during times of war. Plus Kerry being the best Democrats could bring forth was sad.

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    ScooterScooter Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    In our defense though, we've never voted a sitting President out during a time of war.
    That's a pretty saddening defense, when you think about it. Especially if it's a President who started the war.

    Yea, I was always kind of disappointed people counted Iraq. Not only did he start it, but it wasn't like we could've possibly lost.

    What, were Iraqi tanks gonna suddenly invade the Carolina beaches?

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    Nova_CNova_C I have the need The need for speedRegistered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Scooter wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    In our defense though, we've never voted a sitting President out during a time of war.
    That's a pretty saddening defense, when you think about it. Especially if it's a President who started the war.

    Yea, I was always kind of disappointed people counted Iraq. Not only did he start it, but it wasn't like we could've possibly lost.

    What, were Iraqi tanks gonna suddenly invade the Carolina beaches?

    Well, to be fair, the US lost the Vietnam war and there was never an attack on American soil.

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    Mithrandir86Mithrandir86 Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Daedalus wrote: »
    Daedalus wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

    She's still governor of Alaska.



    Fuck Alaska. They just re-elected for Senate a man who was convicted on federal bribery charges. They don't have a problem with "criminal", why would they have a problem with "stupid"?


    They voted for Ted because when (not if) he is expelled from the Senate, Sarah Palin will appoint a replacement Republican.

    Also, he's sent billions of dollars to Alaska. They love the federal cash.

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    AngelHedgieAngelHedgie Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    And the Republican purge expands to the internet.

    Oh RedState, will you ever stop unintentionally amusing us?

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    AngelHedgieAngelHedgie Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Daedalus wrote: »
    Daedalus wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

    She's still governor of Alaska.



    Fuck Alaska. They just re-elected for Senate a man who was convicted on federal bribery charges. They don't have a problem with "criminal", why would they have a problem with "stupid"?


    They voted for Ted because when (not if) he is expelled from the Senate, Sarah Palin will step down as governor, then be appointed to his seat by her (ex) lieutenant governor.

    Also, he's sent billions of dollars to Alaska. They love the federal cash.

    Fixed.

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    kildykildy Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Alaska doesn't do appointments to senate seats.

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    Mithrandir86Mithrandir86 Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Daedalus wrote: »
    Daedalus wrote: »
    DeShadowC wrote: »
    Doc wrote: »
    You guys realize that about a fifth of adult Americans don't know that the Earth goes around the Sun, right? Around a quarter don't know that the US was originally part of England.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/3742/new-poll-gauges-americans-general-knowledge-levels.aspx

    All I'm trying to say is that the Africa thing is pretty believable if you set your bar to the realistic level of education in the US.

    But shouldn't more be expected from our leaders?

    Clearly, more was expected from our leaders. We're talking about the person who lost, after all.

    She's still governor of Alaska.




    Fuck Alaska. They just re-elected for Senate a man who was convicted on federal bribery charges. They don't have a problem with "criminal", why would they have a problem with "stupid"?


    They voted for Ted because when (not if) he is expelled from the Senate, Sarah Palin will step down as governor, then be appointed to his seat by her (ex) lieutenant governor.

    Also, he's sent billions of dollars to Alaska. They love the federal cash.

    Fixed.

    Would that not be awesome?

    People were wondering if the Daily Show would be less funny now that there is a whole lot less crazy. But that would awesome. Every time she speaks, its comedy GOLD.

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    LawndartLawndart Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    And the Republican purge expands to the internet.

    Oh RedState, will you ever stop unintentionally amusing us?

    I am so hoping that the hardcore right-wing bloggers do manage to "purge" the GOP down to the size, unity and effectiveness of the People's Front Of Judea.

    Then I can put on my Grover Norquist mask and drown it in a bathtub.

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    Mithrandir86Mithrandir86 Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    kildy wrote: »
    Alaska doesn't do appointments to senate seats.

    What do they do instead?

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    minigunwielderminigunwielder __BANNED USERS regular
    edited November 2008
    OK, that's not fair. He probably knows the Earth goes round the sun. But I'd give him 50/50 on whether or not he knows his country was once part of England.

    HIS country?

    Texas was never part of england.

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