Oh My God. I Knew They Were Out There But…

Was responding to a blog by trunthepaige and saw this comment:

We don’t have to worry about oil prices going up because of an economic recovery.  Obama has seen to it that the economy will be a complete catastrophe until the American people elect Sarah Palin.”

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My jaw actually fell open.

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28 Responses to Oh My God. I Knew They Were Out There But…

  1. Hahahahahahahaha! Oh holy hell ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. The_ATM says:

    I would agree that the economy is worse off.  It would be just as bad with a McCain Palin ticket, though.I often wonder why people want to elect Palin.  They must relate to her.  If that is true, it is safe to assume that much of our population is retarded.

  3. Jimbo1023 says:

    It almost brings a tear to a person’s eye… in a bad way.

  4. TNLNSL_PRN says:

    LOL, i won’t get into this, because i actually agree with the first part of the sentiment.  But i don’t believe Palin will fix this either.  I don’t believe in any modern politician.  They are all corrupt.  That’s why i’m third party.  Time to tear it all down and start from scratch.

  5. Of course! Palin is going to fix the economy, doncha know? I wouldn’t be surprised if she did run, since there are a ton of stupid people in America…

  6. SKANLYN says:

    It’s called sarcasm. Her comments and blog are satirical and you are too much of a buffoon to pick up on it.

  7. @SKANLYN – Really? So she spends all her time building up this loony creationist/super-right-wing nutjob persona all in the name of goofing off and pissing off everyone that is even somewhat rational?  If so, kudos to her. She’s doing a great job. But…it makes me wonder about the motives behind that, and the kind of time she must have to fake her way through blog after blog, comment after comment. It’s still disturbing, but on an entirely different level.

  8. trunthepaige says:

    @The_ATM – Of course it  would be just as bad. The same people were writing the laws and budgets two years before Obama was even elected. He has not helped any, but to blame the president where his power is limited is foolish,  

  9. trunthepaige says:

    @SKANLYN – @SKANLYN – I am only being sarcastic about a 1/5, It is very easy to tell when that the case(for most people). But I am very big on hyperbole.

  10. SKANLYN says:

    @Unstoppable_Inner_Strength – Yes and and it’s no more a waste of time than the lengthy responses you jackasses write to her. 

  11. @SKANLYN – What’s with the name calling? My comment to you wasn’t aggressive. Take a chill pill, man. I haven’t written about this broad. So, your accusation does not apply to me.

  12. SKANLYN says:

    @Unstoppable_Inner_Strength – Then ignore it and shut up.

  13. It’s hilarious how trun doesn’t even get that this thing is not about her AT ALL.  LOL! Poor thing must’ve failed Reading Comprehension 101 in elementary school. Ha!

  14. The_ATM says:

    @trunthepaige – “He has not helped any, but to blame the president where his power is limited is foolish”I understand how government works.  Now aside from the fact that powers of the office of the president are nearly always expanding ( and also that the presidents that do the most to expand that power are considered the best presidents ), Obama has done many thing to expand the debt–even if it is just the policies he supports.  I could start a list if you do not believe me.  I guess maybe your comment helps me point out the fact that the office of the president has way too much power and that power is expanding.

  15. trunthepaige says:

    @The_ATM – Far to much power, but Obama’s presidency being unusually powerful is due to his party having such a strong majority at this time. A good case could made that an opposing president would done a lot of good. But Bush did not fulfill that role, so my saying so would have little weight behind it. A president is normally at his weakest in domestic budgetary affairs. And strongest in regulatory management, foreign affairs and the military. One party having so much power is very unusual. Likely it is not a good thing

  16. trunthepaige says:

    @SKANLYN – Its called an obsession, he has been at it three years now. He is one weird dude.

  17. ithiliya says:

    Palin wouldn’t fix the economy either.  She wouldn’t have enough time to before she quit during her first term to pursue a lucrative speaking gig and a spot on a cable news network.  Oh, and don’t forget the books!Besides, there’s not enough room on her hand to get through a “summit” with Congress.Sorry, sorry… couldn’t resist.

  18. It’s always the politicians faults.

  19. asrial86 says:

    She is a gaping hole in the sea of humanity.  Everything good is lost there.  She (and this guy I used to work with) are the only people that deserve to be shot on sight until dead.  She is the more ignorant, stupid, rude, condescending hypocritical dumbass bitch I’ve ever EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER EVER come into contact with.

  20. agnophilo says:

    @ithiliya – That’s silly.  She doesn’t write her books.

  21. Alyxandri says:

    sounds like something she’d say.

  22. ithiliya says:

    @agnophilo – *LOL*  HA!  I laughed so hard you almost got me in trouble ๐Ÿ™‚

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