The epitome of the conservative meltdown

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    Nov 09, 2012 2:40 AM GMT
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLoqti0lzAw&feature=youtu.be
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    Nov 09, 2012 2:45 AM GMT
    Didn't listen at all, but loved the purified definition of conflict in the poor person's (guy? gal?) rambling 'description':

    Whoever this isALL new requests to connect via Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube are being blocked.

    I don't GIVE A SHIT what you FREAKS have to say to me.


    Apparently you do! icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 09, 2012 2:46 AM GMT
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    Nov 09, 2012 2:48 AM GMT
    dayumm saidDidn't listen at all, but loved the purified definition of conflict in the poor person's (guy? girl?) rambling 'description':

    Whoever this isALL new requests to connect via Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube are being blocked.

    I don't GIVE A SHIT what you FREAKS have to say to me.


    Apparently you do! icon_lol.gif


    Dude.. you have to listen to this. It is hilarious. The inflections in this woman's voice is so entertaining. Also she's drunk as a skunk, is 41, and lives alone.
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    Nov 09, 2012 2:49 AM GMT
    THIS CRAZY DRUNKEN CONSERVA-BITCH

    deserves her own show on Comedy Central.

    I couldn't listen for long.......but it's damn funny shit.
  • coolarmydude

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    Nov 09, 2012 2:53 AM GMT
    FUCK YOU! ALL YOU GODDAMN RON PAUL SUPPORTERS --- YOU GARY JOHNSON VOTIN' DOUCHEBAGS...


    KISS MY ASS!

    YOU WANNA REALLY DO IT? I'LL GIVE YOU MY FUCKING ADDRESS. BETTER YET, GOOGLE MY GODDAMN NAME, FIND IT YOURSELF AND SHOW UP UNANNOUNCED!

    I'LL BE HAPPY TO FUCKING GREET YOU AT MY DOOR. I'LL BE HAPPY TO FIND YOU IN MY BEDROOM IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT, YOU ASSHOLES!!!
  • coolarmydude

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    Nov 09, 2012 2:53 AM GMT
    I love how these idiots call it Obamaphones when it actually started in 2007.
  • coolarmydude

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    Nov 09, 2012 3:11 AM GMT
    HAHA! At 11:50 she blames Sarah Palin!

    That's rich!
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    Nov 09, 2012 3:27 AM GMT
    Dayum.. I coulda SWORN that was southbeach!
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    Nov 09, 2012 3:29 AM GMT
    Drunk and alone in the trailer, her only friend is her rage!
    I'm guessing this is a recurring theme for this charming princess! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

    All kidding aside, I hope she doesn't have kids -- she sounds crazy.
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    Nov 09, 2012 3:32 AM GMT
    KissTheSky saidDrunk and alone in the trailer, her only friend is her rage!
    Conservaposse!
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    Nov 09, 2012 3:34 AM GMT
    #YOLO

    Conservatism is for people who think they'll never die. icon_cool.gif
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    Nov 09, 2012 3:51 AM GMT
    yourname2000 saidShe can hide her face in the video in the OP, but I recognize that voice anywhere, lol:

    That even LOOKS like both southbeach OR freedom/geezer! The resemblance is striking!
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    Nov 09, 2012 4:02 AM GMT
    LOL
    She mad?
    Yeah - she mad.
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  • coolarmydude

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    Nov 09, 2012 4:07 AM GMT
    OMG! She claims to know more than others because she was born on the 4th of July.





    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!!!!!!
  • coolarmydude

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    Nov 09, 2012 4:08 AM GMT
    Notice how her rant is directed at other conservatives, but she never actually gives credit to Democrats outperforming Republicans in the campaigns. Totally delusional...
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    Nov 09, 2012 4:16 AM GMT
    I give her huge credit- she lambasts conservatives who think O was born outside the U.S. and that he's Muslim. By GOP standards she's a flaming liberal.
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    Nov 09, 2012 5:09 AM GMT
    http://whitepeoplemourningromney.tumblr.com/

    The title is racist, but the blog is very funny.
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    Nov 09, 2012 5:15 AM GMT
    Scarey person, but truly funny meltdown.

    Could that have been Mrs. Rove?

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    Nov 09, 2012 5:44 AM GMT
    and this sucker is stuck with this!
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    Can you say LOSER?
  • musclmed

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    Nov 09, 2012 6:06 AM GMT
    One of the constants that will always be true. People grow old. Have families. Hopefully find a job and pay taxes. These are great equalizers

    Obama has great personal appeal. You cannot recreate that again unless we suspend the constitution or clone him somehow.
    The exit polling from the election showed 53 % of the voters felt government should do less.
    In addition the Ryan addition to the ticket that democrats were purporting as the kiss of death turned out to be not so.

    The country will have to come together and deal with the current governing situation. Going forward blaming former Presidents and personal attacks are unlikely to work.

    The Republican party needs to remain where it is on economic issues. Granted, some of Bush's economic policies led to record job growth, but in other areas his policies didn't work; policies with regards to banks is one example.

    It is on social issues where Republicans need to change and purge/ignore the few that care about these unimportant issues.Republicans need to become more libertarian. Drop this talk about a "human life amendment" or a "federal marriage amendment" and instead leave it up to states.
    The "war on morality" is over, forget it. No one won, no one lost, because no one except a few people actually care. Most Americans do not want to run anyone's life except there own.

    Next, Republicans need to be reasonable on immigration. It was Reagan that supported Amnesty in the 80's so how all of a sudden a turn around to being anti-immigrant? McCain proposed comprehensive immigration but received almost no credit for it. Republicans need to propose immigration reform for everyone not just North Americans that choose to walk across a border. A comprehensive guest worker/visa program that legitimizes work and discourages public assistance. As for illegals here already, any that were brought to the country under the age of 16 could be easily given amnesty

    Republicans need to be adults in the room and not stoop to negative politics. Mitch McConnel needs to be replaced. His comment about opposing Obama's policies in 2009 needed to be kept to his "inside voice". Drawing the line at the bush tax cuts for over 500k is where the tax debate should end. I believe most Americans are at that number. Over 500k the Bush cuts need to expire. In turn we need a corporate tax overhaul . Capital gains can be increased base on total income. If you make 2 million a year you can pay the 25% capital gains. If you make 100k and invest and make a profit you pay less maybe 15-20%, to encourage investment and saving.

    Finally , regarding healthcare the effects will not be seen to 2014. When people have trouble getting appointments with Doctors and premiums skyrocket the finger can only be pointed at Chicago.
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    Nov 09, 2012 6:51 AM GMT
    musclmed saidOne of the constants that will always be true. People grow old. Have families. Hopefully find a job and pay taxes. These are great equalizers

    Obama has great personal appeal. You cannot recreate that again unless we suspend the constitution or clone him somehow.
    The exit polling from the election showed 53 % of the voters felt government should do less.
    In addition the Ryan addition to the ticket that democrats were purporting as the kiss of death turned out to be not so.

    The country will have to come together and deal with the current governing situation. Going forward blaming former Presidents and personal attacks are unlikely to work.

    The Republican party needs to remain where it is on economic issues. Granted, some of Bush's economic policies led to record job growth, but in other areas his policies didn't work; policies with regards to banks is one example.

    It is on social issues where Republicans need to change and purge/ignore the few that care about these unimportant issues.Republicans need to become more libertarian. Drop this talk about a "human life amendment" or a "federal marriage amendment" and instead leave it up to states.
    The "war on morality" is over, forget it. No one won, no one lost, because no one except a few people actually care. Most Americans do not want to run anyone's life except there own.

    Next, Republicans need to be reasonable on immigration. It was Reagan that supported Amnesty in the 80's so how all of a sudden a turn around to being anti-immigrant? McCain proposed comprehensive immigration but received almost no credit for it. Republicans need to propose immigration reform for everyone not just North Americans that choose to walk across a border. A comprehensive guest worker/visa program that legitimizes work and discourages public assistance. As for illegals here already, any that were brought to the country under the age of 16 could be easily given amnesty

    Republicans need to be adults in the room and not stoop to negative politics. Mitch McConnel needs to be replaced. His comment about opposing Obama's policies in 2009 needed to be kept to his "inside voice". Drawing the line at the bush tax cuts for over 500k is where the tax debate should end.

    Finally , regarding healthcare the effects will not be seen to 2014. When people have trouble getting appointments with Doctors and premiums skyrocket the finger can only be pointed at Chicago.


    "The big issue that Republicans are going to have to wrestle with is the Hispanic issue. It's not the social issues. You're not going to make the party pro-choice and pro-gay rights and think you've made the Republican party the party that's the popular party. We have a party like that. It's the Democratic Party." -Ari Fleischer, former Bush White House press secretary, speaking on CNN.

    Any gay or lesbian that votes republicans is in the wrong damn party, period.

    RE: health care.
    The private system now sucks (in a bad way). I applied for private insurance a few months back. The dental plan said that I needed to make appointments SIX MONTHS in advance. No need to worry about death panels or long waits. They are already here! Oh yeah, and we rank something like 37th in the world in quality health access, somewhere around Tunisia.
  • musclmed

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    Nov 09, 2012 7:00 AM GMT
    In a way you are right. Its hard to be for something if in reality there is no opposition to it.

    Simply the republicans should abandon any defense of marriage legislation nationally, abortion legislation or talk of it.
    Its not a issue Ideologically that makes sense or many people care about. Most Americans do not care what other people do. As for planned parenthood and such, that should be a thing of the past with universal coverage right? Planned parenthood can become a provider and bill like everyone else.


    Dental insurance hmm well its a long conversation but Dentistry is its own entity. Insurance is a new concept for Dentistry and in fact is more like a club plan than any type of insurance ( most plans). Most dentists will say better just save your money and pay cash, unless you are the type to get a cleaning twice a year.

    Dentistry is quite a bit different than medicine. Long ago Dentists banded together to prevent Medicare intrusion and they are better as a trade for it.

    There is no comparison to Private medical insurance. However I will tell you having Medicaid is just like your Dental example in that you will have trouble getting a PCP.
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    Nov 09, 2012 7:01 AM GMT
    musclmed said

    The Republican party needs to remain where it is on economic issues. Granted, some of Bush's economic policies led to record job growth, bush_job_growth_record.jpgbut in other areas his policies didn't work; policies with regards to banks is one example.


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  • coolarmydude

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    Nov 09, 2012 11:26 AM GMT
    The economy was the #1 concern in the election.

    Americans gave Obama the benefit of the doubt! The majority agrees that the economy is improving and they agree that we are not there yet in terms of the economy. Americans believe Obama because they see how much he got done DESPITE Republican obstructionism.

    Republicans have no leverage! None, whatsoever! They are not in the position to call the shots, like Boehner is still smugly doing.

    This is what's going to happen regarding the fiscal cliff: There will be no agreement and the fiscal cliff will happen. Then immediately, Obama will push a tax cuts package for the middle class that is equivalent to what he wants out of the current Bush tax cuts. The super rich will pay more. More than 80% of Americans favor raising taxes on the very wealthy based on polls conducted before the election. The Republicans will be caught again, obstructing Obama and not supporting the middle class!

    I dare the Republicans to do that again...