Thursday, October 16, 2008

More Video Fun: Make McCain More Exciting





17 comments:

  1. HAHAHA I vote for #3. "He is the one". Man that one is really well done.

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  2. I think so too. Whoever made number 3 did an awesome job!!!

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  3. Haha!

    McCain Rules!

    Did you catch the "it's a private conversation, why would I tell you?" part. YET, before that, he said "Every f**king American knows about it."

    =|

    I think I want some McDonalds. Sweet tea and chicken nuggets with honey for dipping, sounds good right now.

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  4. Eh... Not so much.

    Reporter: Can I ask you about your, uh... Why you're so angry?
    McCain: Pardon Me?
    Reporter: Never Mind. Never Mind. *laughs*

    Maybe because it was a stupid question and you kept asking it over and over again. I kinda like when reporters ask dumb questions and keep pressing when they don't get an answer and then act all shocked when people get irritated with them.

    Barbecue is better.

    Did you see McCain and Obama at the memorial dinner last night? It was actually pretty funny:

    McCain 1 2
    Obama 1 2

    Pretty funny stuff...

    So anyway, I will see your 'Cussing McCain' video and meet it with a 'Socialist Biden' (which probably should be censored also, it isn't easy to listen to): Are you Patriotic?. Where was I when paying taxes became a definition for patriotism and something to cheer about. Where was I when people started to actually believe that giving the government more of our money was a good way to solve anything?!

    Oh wait I just remembered - it's just the 'evil rich people'. They are obviously unpatriotic since they make more money than us and don't share it all with us. Life will be so much better when we force all those evil rich people with their philanthropy, investments in the economy and jobs that they create. Yeah, down with the rich. Sounds like a winner to me.

    I think I am going to start burying my money in my yard tonight.

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  5. I have funny stuff to post.
    But I cannot copypasta in Firefox on Vista. So fuck you guys. No linkees.

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  6. Hahaha Jon the link Nazi. NO LINK FOR YOU!

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  7. Oh my goodness, I was watching this at like 1:30 in the morning... no doubt one of the funniest things I've ever seen. Not sure if it's because it's 1:30 or if it's actually funny, but check it out for yourself.

    lmao.

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  8. Heheh, I like the crowd overdub. : )

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  9. Ok ok ok... All jokes aside...

    Here are some snippets from statements that Joe Biden made yesterday about the apparently certain Obama/Biden administration that is about to lead our country.

    There are a few things in this he said that have me very concerned. The election is a few weeks out and Biden is making statements like this:



    "...he will need supporters to stand by him as he makes tough, and possibly unpopular, decisions."

    "...we're gonna need you to use your influence, your influence within the community, to stand with him. Because it's not gonna be apparent initially, it's not gonna be apparent that we're right."

    "...a year from now going, 'Oh my God, why are they there in the polls? Why is the polling so down? Why is this thing so tough?"

    "...I'm asking you now, be prepared to stick with us. Remember the faith you had at this point because you're going to have to reinforce us."

    "There are gonna be a lot of you who want to go, 'Whoa, wait a minute, yo, whoa, whoa, I don't know about that decision'," Biden continued. "Because if you think the decision is sound when they're made, which I believe you will when they're made, they're not likely to be as popular as they are sound. Because if they're popular, they're probably not sound."

    "..I ask you to stay with us. Stay with us."



    Even assuming that they have his election hands down, why make statements like this before an election? We all know we are facing tough challenges ahead. I am used to seeing the Obama campaign play down the United States with statements like 'America isn't what it once was' being said to a school kid, but now they're applying the same pessimism to their own administration? Before the election? Isn't this a big red flag? I totally don't get this. Shouldn't they have waited to make statements like this until December? Or January?

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  10. I'm not 100% sure what you're driving at here, but I think it's Sen. Biden talking about reality and saying that you wont agree with everything we do, and that's okay. And then asking them to stick with the team.

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  11. It just freaks me out. It reminds me of how a predator would talk to a child, preparing them for how to talk to their parents if they get questions. Maybe I'm looking into it too much. It just seems very strange for someone trying to convince people that he and his running mate are the best people to lead the country to be out walking his 'followers' through the process of resisting the urge to think they made a bad choice and to 'stay on their side' when they aren't even elected yet. If I was in that crowd, I can't help but thinking I would be very uneasy. I don't know if I would be encouraged.

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  12. Man the Bush administration have been the masters at exactly what you're talking about, except for the part where it's okay to think for yourself AND we're all on the same team.

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  13. You're missing my point. He's coming out and saying all this TWO WEEKS from the election?! You don't find that a little scary? Every politician that is the least bit controversial makes statements like this. But to look into the future and actually WARN people that they are going to do some unpopular things? What the hell? They've spend the entire campaign winning the popularity contest with their class warfare crap and now suddenly Biden is changing the tone?

    Sounds to me like they are equipping a fanatical following with the mindset that no matter what the collective response is to Barack's decisions, he is doing what is best for the country. Sounds to me like they are setting the stage for the first step at quieting decent. Bleh. Blue pill! Blue Pill!

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  14. Oh I see okay. Yeah I missed your point. Sorry.

    I understand your point now. I dont agree with it, but I know what you're saying.

    And that's not a pill it's a suppository, put it down.

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  15. Hehe ok glad we were able to clear that up. : )

    I wondered why it was ribbed.

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  16. So that's it? You don't agree with it? What the hell was he talking about? Ahhhh! You don't have any misgivings about that speech at all?! It's ok, you can be critical of your own candidates Cory, holy balls...

    What if McCain came out and said he was going to make unpopular decisions and the world was going to test him and the polls were going to look bad in a year or so? You really want to tell me you wouldn't have dedicated an entire post to lambasting him over it?! If McCain made a statement like that, mulling over how important it's going to be for the country to stand behind him when they may not want to or believe in what he's doing before he's even elected there would be a media circus all over it.

    Bleh. Blue suppository.

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