Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Around Here He'd Get His Ass Beat



Just sayin'.

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  1. Yeah, but ya gotta admit that Santorum's "that's bulls**t!" rebuke of the reporter was rather cool.

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  2. Around here, he wouldn't be asked, "What do you think?"

    Just sayin'...

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    1. Heh. We're of like minds on that.

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  3. BTW, Santorum's throwin' of the BS flag kicked him up a notch or two in my book.

    It's about damn time that SOMEBODY running for office on our side starts using some plain talk. And, I mean, OUT LOUD, AND ON PURPOSE!

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    1. Kicking him up a notch means moving from the sub-sub-basement up to about the lowest level of the underground car-park, in my book. He'll NEVER see the light of day at El Casa Inmóvil de Pennington. We just be sayin', further.

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  4. Inno's right. Anytime anybody takes down a NYT reporter, it's okay with me. And Andy's point is on the money too. The cartoon is a good one, but that line Andy mentioned sounds like something a modern "touchy feely" parent would say. Back in the day, kids weren't expected to think if given a command--they were just supposed to do it. And if I did think about it ever so briefly, next time around, my backside's brain would override the main brain and I would not even think about thinking at all.

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    1. Your "back in the day" comment rings true in MY experience. ;-)

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  5. Buck, I voted for Santorum in the LA Primary. Not because I think he's got a rats chance, mind you. I just don't want to see Mitt get the nod easily. Eventually, he probably will...and I'm one of the few that believe that he will govern much more conservatively as Prez than he did as Goober of Taxachussetts.

    My true hope is for an open convention, and a reluctant warrior candidate.

    Probably won't happen.

    Pie not being aplenty in the sky, and all that...

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    1. My true hope is for an open convention, and a reluctant warrior candidate.

      I agree... it prolly won't happen and that's also prolly a Good Thing. Any candidate coming out of a brokered convention wouldn't have the time, money, or campaign infrastructure to beat Obama. Is how **I** feel.

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  6. I, too, voted for Rick in the OK primary for a couple of reasons - one being that I didn't want the Republicans to think that everyone is all thrilled with Romney. And two, if he cannot be the Presidential candidate, maybe he will be considered for VP. He could use the experience. I'm not as afraid of a man with religious convictions as I am a man without. By the way, there is nothing wrong with saying "bullshit," although my dad did send me to college to learn to say "fantastic."

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    1. By the way, there is nothing wrong with saying "bullshit," although my dad did send me to college to learn to say "fantastic."

      Heh. But there ARE times when only "BS!" will do.

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