"The Million 'Mo March" lol

  • ChilaxinJOCK0...

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    Mar 31, 2011 2:59 AM GMT
    ....I don't wanna start a political fight. Regardless of party or w/e...u gotta admit, This is BRILLIANT, clever, and hilarious. Bill Maher is the man

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    Mar 31, 2011 4:58 AM GMT
    ChilaxinJOCK09 said....I don't wanna start a political fight. Regardless of party or w/e...u gotta admit, This is BRILLIANT, clever, and hilarious. Bill Maher is the man




    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL..... icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
  • acousticpunk

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    Mar 31, 2011 4:59 AM GMT
    Bill Maher is a damn genius. Granted, I'm a reasonably educated, agnostic superliberal and hence, slightly biased, but he always hits the nail on the head. It's almost enough the make me dust off my rollerblades and habit...

    If you're also a Maher fan, I highly recommend "Religulous." Utter hilaresy...
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    Mar 31, 2011 5:21 AM GMT
    wahahahahahahahahahaha
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    Mar 31, 2011 5:47 AM GMT
    Funny.

    But at this point I'd be much happier with a Million NO March.

    As in, I would love to see the day when our government starts saying NO to its addiction to bombing, killing, abducting, detaining, disappearing, torturing, surgical-striking, regime-changing, collateral-damaging, nation-(re)building(ing), black-opsing, preemptive-striking,and international-coalitioning people and countries we have no business meddling with.

    Seems it doesn't matter which party is in power -- show me an eight-year old boy with a collection of fancy gimmicky waterguns, and I'll show you a backyard barbecue with soggy paper plates and sibling fights.
  • ChilaxinJOCK0...

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    Mar 31, 2011 10:41 PM GMT
    acousticpunk saidBill Maher is a damn genius. Granted, I'm a reasonably educated, agnostic superliberal and hence, slightly biased, but he always hits the nail on the head. It's almost enough the make me dust off my rollerblades and habit...

    If you're also a Maher fan, I highly recommend "Religulous." Utter hilaresy...


    I saw that movie and I LOVED IT! Alot of people down here get mad if you talk about that movies, its ridiculous.
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    Mar 31, 2011 10:52 PM GMT
    I don't understand why he's dragging the Tea Party into it, they are an economic movement, not a social one.
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    Apr 04, 2011 8:51 PM GMT
    hazardous saidI don't understand why he's dragging the Tea Party into it, they are an economic movement, not a social one.


    yea but they kinda have that idea as well. But yea youre right, coulda said "those who oppose this..."

    Altho I know a few teabaggers and theyre not big fans of gay rights AT ALL
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    Apr 04, 2011 8:55 PM GMT
    hazardous saidI don't understand why he's dragging the Tea Party into it, they are an economic movement, not a social one.




    The "Tea Party" is not a "movement".
    It's a P/R invention of the Republican party.
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    Apr 04, 2011 9:16 PM GMT
    I would just like to say that Chillax is totally dreamy and i would march anywhere with him.

    That is all
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    Apr 04, 2011 9:23 PM GMT
    SportingChance saidBut at this point I'd be much happier with a Million NO March.

    As in, I would love to see the day when our government starts saying NO to its addiction to bombing, killing, abducting, detaining, disappearing, torturing, surgical-striking, regime-changing, collateral-damaging, nation-(re)building(ing), black-opsing, preemptive-striking,and international-coalitioning people and countries we have no business meddling with.

    Seems it doesn't matter which party is in power -- show me an eight-year old boy with a collection of fancy gimmicky waterguns, and I'll show you a backyard barbecue with soggy paper plates and sibling fights.


    QFT.
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    Apr 04, 2011 9:30 PM GMT
    rickrick91 said
    hazardous saidI don't understand why he's dragging the Tea Party into it, they are an economic movement, not a social one.




    The "Tea Party" is not a "movement".
    It's a P/R invention of the Republican party.


    It began, and still is at a grassroots level, an economic movement involving conservative Democrats, Republicans, and big heaping truckloads of independent voters.

    The Old Guard GOP has been (with some success) trying to co-opt it and claim credit for it, which is where you see the social conservatives and the theonomists (people seekig theocratic-based law) creeping in.
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    Apr 07, 2011 2:12 PM GMT
    heybreaux saidI have loved him since I first heard him speak. He is the only man I have ever loved for his mind. LOL


    LOL I love this. Yea he is funny and incredibly brilliant
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    Apr 12, 2011 3:08 AM GMT
    rickrick91 said
    hazardous saidI don't understand why he's dragging the Tea Party into it, they are an economic movement, not a social one.




    The "Tea Party" is not a "movement".
    It's a P/R invention of the Republican party.


    That is absurd. If anything, the Tea Party movement is simply the current era's extension of what Ross Perot started in the early 1990s. I know that in Texas there was an entire generation of 40-60 year old Yellow Dogs who in the '80s started getting tired of what they saw as the increasingly radical special-interest trend in the Democratic Party, but after a lifetime of voting Democratic could not yet bring themselves to vote for what they saw as an equally distasteful corporate crony-ist Republicans. In 1992 and 1996 a large percentage of independents and moderates from all backgrounds showed up to support someone they saw as representing a real change from the corrupt two-party duopoly. The Tea Party movement has tapped into a similar vein, and there are hundreds of online forums where self-identified Tea Partiers are calling to "primary" (i.e. steal the party nomination from) long-time GOP members of Congress. And indeed they have done so in several districts. This results in an overall diminution of central GOP power and Congressional seniority, and can hardly be said to be some master plan by Michael Steele and Newt Gingrich. Quite the contrary -- folks like Newt, whose conservative cred was nearly untouchable 20 years ago, are regularly referred derisively to by Tea Partiers (and libertarians) as a RINO who they won't support for a 2012 Presidential bid.

    Obviously, no one could deny that the RNC is going to milk the Tea Party for whatever publicity advantage they can get, but, you know, the DNC is milking the anti-Tea Party backlash in the exact same way. Neither fact has any bearing on the number of self-identified Tea Partiers who are sincere in their focus on fiscal restraint and believe the Culture War of the two parties has been a 50-year distraction from what may prove to be the government/banker-sponsored destruction of our economy.