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1 rosiee  Thu, Jan 24, 2013 12:19:02pm

Front page of reddit today. This outta be embarrassing. And yeah, shooting deer is fun, but getting shot back at, no no no.

2 Destro  Thu, Jan 24, 2013 12:39:50pm

Dee Snider for president!

3 Jimmah  Thu, Jan 24, 2013 12:40:10pm

Ted Nugent: complete and utter shiter.

Like Limbaugh and countless others, he likes to encourage his fellow wingnuts with his assassination rhetoric.

What a total fanny.

4 nines09  Thu, Jan 24, 2013 1:07:46pm

Sweaty Teddy. He said he did it. Who am I to call him a liar? Motor City Moron. Gee, I thought Obama would have offed his ass by now. Dipshit.

5 cinesimon  Thu, Jan 24, 2013 1:28:56pm

Right down there with Bush, Cheney, and many other republican leaders & heroes.
Of course the real traitors, though, are those filthy Democratic vets. Those smarmy assholes who dare use their service to gain the sympathies of voters(or point out that their experience would help inform them regarding decisions to send young people to war and possible death? Bah - no difference, in the crass, brainless, black & white world of the republican) - how dare they!

Though there are many, many cases of classic, now stereotypical republican appalling behaviors, one of the instances that has really stuck with me are the aggressive, insane attacks on Max Cleland. A guy who lost so much to war, magically became pals with Bin Laden, is CLEARLY an antisemite(of course!), and on & on. I can’t remember the words any more, but there was one particularly nasty verbal attack on him from an elder statesman of the republican party, that showed just how rotten and sociopathic the republican party are. Sure, the tea party raised the visibility of their insanity(a good thing), but it has always been there. Boy, how so many ‘fiscally conservative’ people have been fooled over the years.

6 jvic  Thu, Jan 24, 2013 1:57:53pm

re: #5 cinesimon

Right down there with Bush, Cheney, and many other republican leaders & heroes.

Bolton comes to mind immediately.
*** *** *** *** *** *** ***
My convictions have changed since I was young. Because I evaded the draft, it is inappropriate for me to have a public role. I work behind the scenes as a policy analyst.

Well, okay.

I’m a loud swaggering bullying hawk and anybody who disagrees with me is a coward and traitor.

Not okay.

7 moderatelyradicalliberal  Thu, Jan 24, 2013 6:30:52pm

re: #5 cinesimon

Right down there with Bush, Cheney, and many other republican leaders & heroes.
Of course the real traitors, though, are those filthy Democratic vets. Those smarmy assholes who dare use their service to gain the sympathies of voters(or point out that their experience would help inform them regarding decisions to send young people to war and possible death? Bah - no difference, in the crass, brainless, black & white world of the republican) - how dare they!

Though there are many, many cases of classic, now stereotypical republican appalling behaviors, one of the instances that has really stuck with me are the aggressive, insane attacks on Max Cleland. A guy who lost so much to war, magically became pals with Bin Laden, is CLEARLY an antisemite(of course!), and on & on. I can’t remember the words any more, but there was one particularly nasty verbal attack on him from an elder statesman of the republican party, that showed just how rotten and sociopathic the republican party are. Sure, the tea party raised the visibility of their insanity(a good thing), but it has always been there. Boy, how so many ‘fiscally conservative’ people have been fooled over the years.

I am still enraged by the treatment of Max Clelland. Anybody who played a role in the campaign against him should rot in Hell.

Also, too “fiscal conservative” means “fuck the poor”.

8 Shiplord Kirel  Thu, Jan 24, 2013 8:59:53pm

What does Ted’s 4F stand for?

Fuckhead
Flake
Fool
Fraud

9 Dr. Matt  Fri, Jan 25, 2013 5:30:18am

re: #3 Jimmah

Ted Nugent: complete and utter shiter.

Like Limbaugh and countless others, he likes to encourage his fellow wingnuts with his assassination rhetoric.

What a total fanny.

Nugent shit himself, Rush had an ass zit, and Romney rode a bicycle around France. Enough said.


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