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Tiger Edge 01-03-2012 03:44 PM

GOP Nominee 2012 - Who Will It Be?, Pt. 3


Who else is gonna :corn: while watching the talking heads on FOX chew kitty litter over the Cactus Caucus tonight?

Irvine511 01-03-2012 03:51 PM

i'll probably drink.

BoMac 01-03-2012 03:54 PM

What would be a good drinking game? Every time a candidate says________, have a shot.

Tiger Edge 01-03-2012 03:57 PM

"America" - 1 shot
"God" - 1 shot
"Freedom" - 2 shots
"War on Terror" - 2 shots
erroneously blame something on Obama - 2 shots
Sarah Palin talks - 3 shots
someone praises G.W. Bush - 4 shots
someone lovingly reminisces about the Gipper - 4 shots

Oooh, any time someone new walks onstage wearing an American Flag pin, take a shot.

2861U2 01-03-2012 04:19 PM


Originally Posted by Tiger Edge (Post 7440809)
Who else is gonna :corn: while watching the talking heads on FOX chew kitty litter over the Cactus Caucus tonight?

Why opt for journalists on such an important night? May I instead suggest the crack election team of Shultz, Maddow, O'Donnell, Sharpton and Matthews- covering the results from all angles: from the "Give us our orders, Mr. President" left to the "I am a socialist" left. :wink:

Tiger Edge 01-03-2012 04:22 PM

I really hope you will join us in the drinking game, numberman. :up:

I also hope that some other talking head will report a tingle in their legs over our boy Newt.

anitram 01-03-2012 04:30 PM

So I had a surgical procedure done today and I'm lying on the couch woozy on pretty good drugs. First time I've started paying attention to these caucuses in weeks.

Newt called Mitt a liar. Santorum called Ron Paul "disgusting". Rick Perry thinks the 2012 election is like landing in Normandy on D-Day. Michele Bachmann is predicting we'll see a miracle tonight (what, she'll come in second last?).

This is amazing. Batshit crazy.

Moonlit_Angel 01-03-2012 04:38 PM

I know Ron Paul's been quite popular in my town. Hell, the other day at work some guy came into my store asking if there were any Ron Paul people in the mall, like with booths and that sort of thing...and I kid you not, he was decked out in Uncle Sam type gear, top hat and coat with the stars and stripes, the works, with a Ron Paul button on the hat and a Tea Party shirt on to boot. And I've had a few people coming in asking about his books.

But who's going to win here tonight, who the hell knows, really? I'm horrible at predicting such things.

Couple responses from the last thread's posts:


Originally Posted by BigMacPhisto (Post 7440741)
And then, the "Dean Scream"...just an excitable candidate trying to rile up his base for the next few states and the media plays bits of out of context. I realized right then that the media just loves a circus.

I'm still completely and totally mystified to this day as to why that was such a big deal, why that was supposed to be a "campaign-ending action".


Originally Posted by BigMacPhisto (Post 7440741)
Luckily, I was already registered Green, so I voted for Peter Camejo in the primary and then Nader in the general election. I've never looked back and have only ever voted for Democrats when there's no other liberal choices on the ballot and will never do so otherwise.

You know, I think that's looking like a better and better idea with each passing day.


Originally Posted by Irvine511 (Post 7440777)
this seems to happen a lot with the GOP. they didn't hear the cheers when someone suggested allowing people without insurance to die.

You have absolutely NO idea just how angry I got when I heard that. My jaw literally dropped and I wanted to seriously punch the shit out of whoever was making the cheering sounds. All I could think of at that moment was my mom, who was out visiting her deathly sick sister at that time (who has since sadly passed away), and I thought back to my dad being sick, and the struggles in both instances to try and pay for their care, and...man. It truly pissed me off. If anyone on that stage had any sort of balls, they would've told those idiots to shut the hell up right then and there.

But nothing. Just stammered backpedaling or silence. That just further proved why I find the Republican attitude so deeply repugnant.


Originally Posted by Irvine511 (Post 7440777)
either way, the Republican assumption that it's only black people who receive welfare, or are the majority of welfare recipients, is a great big lie, one that's been repeated since Regan's racist "welfare queen" imagery of the 1980s, and if nothing else, this is a teachable moment.

Indeed. If only they were to meet my family, they'd realize that all their stereotypes about such an issue can be squashed in two seconds flat. They wouldn't know what to do with themselves then.

On a significantly lighter note, Tiger Edge, I love your title for the thread :D :up:.

Earnie Shavers 01-03-2012 04:40 PM


Originally Posted by anitram
so i had a surgical procedure done today and i'm lying on the couch woozy on pretty good drugs.

Play the drinking game.

Irvine511 01-03-2012 04:49 PM

a nice reminder that ordinary Americans and the freak show of the GOP Primaries are two very, very different things, even in Iowa:


seems especially important for non-Americans to see, just so you know that we're not all freaks and clowns.

Moonlit_Angel 01-03-2012 04:57 PM

:applaud: *Pumps fist in the air* YEAH! That video rocks. *Swells with Iowan pride*

"Next time you 'fly over', wave to us. We'll wave back. We're nice" :lol: :yes:.

Thanks for sharing that, Irvine, I really enjoyed seeing that.

deep 01-03-2012 05:09 PM

if this is supposed to be the GOP nomination thread

this title is terrible

Tiger Edge 01-03-2012 05:41 PM

shut up, deepthroat

deep 01-03-2012 05:48 PM

if this is part three of

the one Yolland started last Sept:


GOP Nominee 2012 - Who Will It Be?, Pt. 2
than this title is not appropriate, it is more like a one off reply

this GOP nomination process, will go on for a few months,
there should be a thread with an appropriate title

HBK-79 01-03-2012 06:20 PM

From BVS in the previous thread:


Or it doesn't really matter who she [Kelly Clarkson] endorsed, what does matter is how she made the endorsement. She caused a tiny bit of controversy and made news, that in turn reminded people she's still around and has a new album.
Nothing like inadvertent promotion.:up:

deep 01-03-2012 07:43 PM


anitram 01-03-2012 08:10 PM


Originally Posted by Earnie Shavers (Post 7440863)
Play the drinking game.

1 dilaudid every time anyone says "socialism".

GirlsAloudFan 01-03-2012 08:11 PM


Originally Posted by deep (Post 7440884)
if this is supposed to be the GOP nomination thread

this title is terrible

I don't participate in these threads (though I do a fair amount of lurking) and I was thinking about coming in here and saying the same thing. I completely agree with deep. For one of the most active threads in the entire forum, this is a bad title.

Sorry. Nothing personal, just think it's a bad thread title. Carry on.

Tiger Edge 01-03-2012 08:38 PM

:huh: man you people are wound up tighter than a yoyo. Change the thread title back to the boring one then and continue, no need to cite sources and outside witnesses.

See ya

corianderstem 01-03-2012 08:51 PM

Maybe yolland could change it to a mix of the two:

GOP yada yada part 3: Win One For the Gipper.

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