20 November 2011

Reaganite's Sunday Funnies

Glenn Foden @ TownHall


Bokbluster.com


Eric Allie @ TownHall


Ken Catalino @ TownHall




JWR


Hope n' Change


JWR


Steve Kelley @ TownHall


JWR


Henry Payne @ TownHall


TLS


JWR


Balloo


Balloo



7 comments:

Libertarian Advocate said...

#1 = Hideous Growth

Reaganite Republican said...

Never too late to have it burned-off, they've got those lasers now lol

Libertarian Advocate said...

James: Shhhh... Don't tell em they can actually get rid of it1

andy42302 said...

In reference to the fist photo, Obama never said “Americans are lazy”. He said policymakers have been a little bit lazy when it comes to attracting businesses to American soil.
It’s important to note the gross dishonesty, the abject desperation, and the irony of those on the right who foolishly try to create a new meaning of his words.
It’s become the norm for Republicans to con the American people into thinking that Obama doesn’t like American people, even if they have to create a complete scam to do so. But the irony lies in the fact that the Republicans themselves have repeatedly called the American people lazy.
Mitt Romney wrote in his book that Americans

“have tended to avoid the hard work that overcoming challenges requires.”

Ryan Paul said;

“Part of it is the culture of people just having no work ethic…. Moral relativism has done so much damage to the bottom end of this country, the bottom fifth has been damaged by the culture of moral relativism more than by anything else, I would argue. If you ask me what the biggest problem in America is, I’m not going to tell you debt, deficits, statistics, economics — I’ll tell you it’s moral relativism.”

Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada called Americans out of work “hobos.” Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett says “the jobs are there,” but American workers don’t feel like taking them. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said the jobless ought to quit their bellyaching and “get back to work.” State Sen Kevin Bryant of S.C. referred those laid off as “lazy dogs”. Sen DeMint on many occasions has claimed that Americans aren’t looking for jobs. George W. Bush has often claimed we had many jobs “that Americans won’t do”. Loser Sharron Angle campaigned we “have spoiled our citizenry” and “they don’t want the jobs that are available.” Steve King says we have “turned the safety net into a hammock.” And the list just keeps on going and going.
Today’s Republicans have become known for their hatred for the working class. True to their nature, they promote an unambiguous lie in order to try to blame the opposition for their own faults.

Reaganite Republican said...

You're right Andy, I'll vote for Obama then

lolol

Randy-g said...

Great funnies RR, especially that Andy di*k...

andy42302 said...

RR, I seriously doubt that we'd ever influence the other. I think that it's reasonable to say that Independents will determine the 2012 outcome. So when I see the right repeating the same old lie that's been debunked over and over again in hopes of preying on the ignorant, I feel compelled to throw some honesty in. You know, just in case their only sourse is Fox News or unhinged blogs.

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