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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #109 - suddenly [OP]
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stickied by suddenly
What can I say, I'm pretty happy that you guys liked this picture, heck getting to front page is a first for me, I only hope that next time it'll be for some content that I actually create myself =).
User avatar #6 - ronyx
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Didn't some hero throw a grenade at George Bush at an airport and the ****** was lucky it didn't go off.
User avatar #11 to #6 - profkitty
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Obvious troll is obvious.
User avatar #14 to #11 - ronyx
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It's true, though it wasn't at an airport.
www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/07/21/bush.grenade/
User avatar #16 to #14 - profkitty
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I just think you are a troll because you called the attackee a "hero".
User avatar #32 to #16 - viperish
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I think you can use the word "hero" in a negative way. Kinda.

I don't know if others get it but where I'm from it's a normal thing. Someone does something really retarted we might say something like "What a ******* hero".

Sorry if it's unclear I can't really explain it that well.
User avatar #121 to #16 - gharshi
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he may seem like a villain to you, but to other iraqis, he is a hero who dared to stand up for his country
User avatar #147 to #121 - profkitty
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I can understand that.
User avatar #17 to #16 - ronyx
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Don't care if you call me a troll, just wanted to prove that it happened.
User avatar #22 to #17 - rynkar
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You must really hate Bush.
User avatar #146 to #22 - ronyx
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I actually don't hate Bush and i support many of his actions. Though it's funny to see people getting all butthurt about it.
User avatar #18 to #17 - profkitty
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What floats your boat, I don't really care it happened around 10 years ago.
User avatar #20 to #6 - theladystrangler
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Why are you getting thumbed down? These ******* are too young to know that actually happened. A cloth was wrapped around the grenade and the pressure put on the grenade by the cloth stopped the trigger mechanism.
User avatar #35 to #20 - LloydIrving
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Probably from him calling the assailant a hero.
User avatar #61 to #35 - hashtronaut
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if you throw a grenade at bush you're captain ******* america
#43 to #6 - fedexman
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"Hero"
#13 to #6 - devildogpratt
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YOU DONT HAVE ENOUGH BADGES TO TRAIN ME
YOU DONT HAVE ENOUGH BADGES TO TRAIN ME
#12 to #6 - statewrestler
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Comment Picture
#9 to #6 - I Am Monkey
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Some pissed off Muslim tried to throw shoes at him and missed both. He used his cat-like reflexes to dodge them.
Some pissed off Muslim tried to throw shoes at him and missed both. He used his cat-like reflexes to dodge them.
#54 to #9 - touchmyfunny
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Well he has all reasons to be pissed off, no matter if muslim or not.
User avatar #10 to #9 - existacne
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The fast that a shaman uses renamed rogue's skill pisses me off.
User avatar #74 to #10 - ieatbengay
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he made a macro
User avatar #119 to #9 - gharshi
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>some angry muslim
why do you have to bring religion into this? also, pretty sure the guy got tortured really badly for what he did.
User avatar #15 to #9 - Tenkan
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Maliki's always AFK
#99 to #9 - anon id: 9394e248
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>clicker
******* casual
#25 - pappathethird
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Obama is probably the whitest black person on earth
User avatar #50 to #25 - datoneblackguy
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I think we tend to forget that he is just as white as he is black.....you've seen his mom right.......her name ain't Lakeshi'ana
User avatar #51 to #25 - pikapimp
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i think hes the first black person to have to convince people he killed somebody
User avatar #89 to #25 - OldSnake
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What about Wayne Brady?
User avatar #100 to #89 - ieatpaste
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wayne brady makes obama look like malcolm x
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#47 to #2 - cuffeman
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**cuffeman rolled a random image posted in comment #68 at Fuck you and your eyebrows ** What Stephen Hawking actually does in his spare time
User avatar #29 - redbannerman
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For some reason, this makes me hate him all the more. IT just seems so cowardly.
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User avatar #42 to #29 - trevcars
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How is not wanting to be shot in the face a sign of weakness?
User avatar #45 to #42 - redbannerman
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How is standing in front of the people you're supposed to be leading afraid that they'll shoot you a sign of strength?
#59 to #45 - jujuface
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It's not, but I doub't you can stop a bullet with strength. Unless you're roosevelt but thats a different story. Fact of the matter is there were multiple neo nazi assassination attempts after obama became president.
User avatar #68 to #59 - redbannerman
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What would be better? A man who martyrs himself for something worth more than himself, or a man who cowers behind a screen that will not inspire others?
User avatar #101 to #68 - ieatpaste
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nig stfu you'd be right behind that glass as well.
User avatar #118 to #101 - redbannerman
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yeahno.
User avatar #123 to #118 - ieatpaste
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then get blasted like the fool you are
#134 to #118 - jujuface
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Yeah you can talk about how great it is for the president to get shot all you want. If it were you on that stage knowing how many entire countries want you dead you'd be pretty damn brave to go up there at all, and downright stupid to go up there without protection.
User avatar #97 to #45 - trevcars
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he is an extremely important person. Other presidents have been shot and he has been threatened in the past. It's just protocol that he stand in front of a bullet proof wall. Obama isn't the only president to do this, and it's not like he has a choice anyway.
User avatar #53 to #29 - secretdestroyers
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I don't think that's his call, I think that's protocol that's been put in place for like every President since they made the fatal mistake of letting one ride around in an open car!
User avatar #69 to #29 - nigeltheoutlaw
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And here we see another person who hates Obama for any and all reasons.
User avatar #82 to #69 - redbannerman
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I don't CARE about Obama. I could give less of a **** about one man. It's what acts like that pisses me off.
#83 to #82 - nigeltheoutlaw
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*couldn't give less of a ****
He's not acting in any way here. He's a huge security risk and his death would destabilize the entire country, so obviously every effort will be put into place to protect him. Next you'll say he's a coward for having the Secret Service protect him. Why doesn't he just fistfight his assassins like man, amirite?
User avatar #87 to #83 - redbannerman
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Old Hickory, Andrew Jackson did just that. Secret Service, Snipers, Bulletproof glass. He is making the assumption that someone is going to kill him. People like you and me, and he lacks the ability to stand before us therefore, to me, he is a massive coward. Men like Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther and various others stood before an oppressive crowd and said their ideals under the threat of being beaten, maimed and in some cases killed. If the man who is to run our country can't even do that, then he isn't worth following.
#93 to #87 - nigeltheoutlaw
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They didn't have the Secret Service, snipers or bulletproof glass back then, you inbred sow. Making the comparison is retarded.    
   
He makes the assumption since there have been many, many, many death threats against his life for: A) being part black, B) supposedly being a Muslim, C) supposedly being from Kenya, D) disagreeing with someone's politics, etc. Ignoring that it's common sense to not make yourself a target when so many people want you dead, his life is vital to the country. Not only is it a national disgrace to allow a president to be assassinated, but, as I said before, it destabilizes the entire nation. His life is bigger than to just himself; it belongs to the country right now, and it's being defended for the country, not just for him.   
   
Yes, and Martin Luther King Jr. was killed for it, and Nelson Mandela had several high profile assassination attempts against him and was imprisoned for several decades as a result. They were also not the most powerful man on the planet with enemies around the globe, so I'm sure that helped cut down on the people who wanted to kill them.    
   
You act like a big man when your fat pasty ass is in front of a computer screen, but if you were in Obama's position then your pussy ass wouldn't leave the White House in fear of getting your head blown off like JFK.
They didn't have the Secret Service, snipers or bulletproof glass back then, you inbred sow. Making the comparison is retarded.

He makes the assumption since there have been many, many, many death threats against his life for: A) being part black, B) supposedly being a Muslim, C) supposedly being from Kenya, D) disagreeing with someone's politics, etc. Ignoring that it's common sense to not make yourself a target when so many people want you dead, his life is vital to the country. Not only is it a national disgrace to allow a president to be assassinated, but, as I said before, it destabilizes the entire nation. His life is bigger than to just himself; it belongs to the country right now, and it's being defended for the country, not just for him.

Yes, and Martin Luther King Jr. was killed for it, and Nelson Mandela had several high profile assassination attempts against him and was imprisoned for several decades as a result. They were also not the most powerful man on the planet with enemies around the globe, so I'm sure that helped cut down on the people who wanted to kill them.

You act like a big man when your fat pasty ass is in front of a computer screen, but if you were in Obama's position then your pussy ass wouldn't leave the White House in fear of getting your head blown off like JFK.
User avatar #103 to #93 - redbannerman
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You make a great deal of assumptions for someone doing the exact same ******* thing. Quit being a dick.
#106 to #103 - nigeltheoutlaw
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Doing the exact same thing? I'm grounded in reality while you're justifying your already present dislike of Obama with false equivocations and falsified history. I may be a dick, but you're an idiot, and I'd rather be right and a jerk than an idiot and wrong, nameen?

I bet the guy in this image is a coward for wearing safety gear and carrying a weapon even though he's going to war, right? A true man would go naked without any firearms. I couldn't fight alongside a coward like that.
#108 to #106 - redbannerman
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A leader is meant to be someone for others to follow. Someone to show that he ISN'T afraid and will do what's right, not because it is easy, but because it is hard. I'm not saying to go skydiving without a goddamn parachute, I'm saying that if you're going to lead, then you should be prepared to die for your ideals, just as a soldier would be prepared to die for his country's ideals. If you can't do what's right, even at the cost of your own life, then you aren't a worthy leader.    
   
   
"You're grounded in reality" didn't know I was arguing with a child who has no concept of right or wrong.
A leader is meant to be someone for others to follow. Someone to show that he ISN'T afraid and will do what's right, not because it is easy, but because it is hard. I'm not saying to go skydiving without a goddamn parachute, I'm saying that if you're going to lead, then you should be prepared to die for your ideals, just as a soldier would be prepared to die for his country's ideals. If you can't do what's right, even at the cost of your own life, then you aren't a worthy leader.


"You're grounded in reality" didn't know I was arguing with a child who has no concept of right or wrong.
#111 to #108 - nigeltheoutlaw
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A leader is also supposed to exhibit common sense and not needlessly put themselves in danger just to prove that they're foolhardy to please a couple of naysayers like you. I'd rather follow someone who doesn't have a deathwish than a moron who willingly puts himself in danger just to show how tough he is.

This isn't a case of right and wrong (where do morals factor into not wanting to die?). There's common sense, and being an idiot.
User avatar #117 to #111 - redbannerman
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A good captain can order his troops to victory, a great captain can LEAD his troops to victory. It's not a matter of, toughness, it's a matter of bravery. If you cannot back your ideals and show you're not afraid to die for them, then you're not worthy to lead in the sake of those ideals. It's not an unnecessary risk, It's a show that your ideals are worth following.
User avatar #124 to #117 - nigeltheoutlaw
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The president is not a military leader, he is a civilian leader, and your ideal of bravery is archaic and is just stupidity in the modern world. You can keep thinking what you want, but I'll take solace in the fact that mostly the entire country agrees that what you think is ridiculous. Maybe in 2016 we can elect a "brave" man like you want, and he'll be assassinated for it.
User avatar #129 to #117 - wallbuilder
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Because belief in oneself will repel bullets, right?
User avatar #130 to #129 - redbannerman
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That's not the point you daft bastard.
User avatar #131 to #130 - wallbuilder
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The point is for them to be a figurehead for the people, to enrapture people in their dreams and to lead the people to prosperity. Yet their leadership skills will be irrelevant if they are dead. You don't send the king into the front-lines when you play Chess, do you?
User avatar #133 to #108 - hudis
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Stop thinking so militarily. It's not the 15th century anymore, man. Times change, and so do leaders. Obama's chief concern isn't to spearhead the front lines with a musket in one hand and the stars and stripes in the other.
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At first I thought you were just being childish, but now I see that you're downright dumb. If you'd get it through your thick skull that none of this is his choice, the conversation would have been over long ago. It isn't a matter of bravery or martyring oneself for the sake of an idea. Do you know how ******* embarrassing it would be for the entire country if some nobody with a gun actually managed to get a shot at the president? Get your head out your ass and start thinking realistically
#31 to #29 - extremezone
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yeah he obviously made the decision to stand behind that glass as he is in control of everything. In fact everything that is going bad is obviously also his personal mistake since he makes all the decisions that have to be made.
User avatar #33 to #31 - redbannerman
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If you're going to lead something, why stand behind bulletproof glass? It shows that you don't trust the people you lead. It just makes him look like a weak leader to me.
User avatar #37 to #33 - kingrayne
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dude when a lot of people want you dead, you're going to want bulletproof glass
look at the pimp popemobile
User avatar #38 to #37 - redbannerman
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Look at Teddy Roosevelt...
User avatar #39 to #38 - kingrayne
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they didnt have bullet proof glass at that time(at least not of this strength) and guns were nowhere near as strong or accurate
User avatar #40 to #39 - redbannerman
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When you look at high caliber rifles of now compared to then, maybe. He was SHOT in the chest and still gave a 90 minute speech. As for strength... Seriously? Look at some of the guns back then. They're not THAT weak. A bullet is still a bullet. A .22 could kill a man just as well as a .306.
#116 to #40 - hairibar
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Kill a man? Yes. Go through a ************* bulletproof glass? Nope
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#55 - mikoli
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bullet proof glass really?
bullet proof glass really?
User avatar #65 to #55 - bigmanfifty
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How many of your presidents have been assassinated?
User avatar #105 to #65 - mikoli
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i was just quoting the content i wasn't actually thinking bulletproof glass i was a bad idea
User avatar #115 to #65 - mutantpanda
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4 (Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, and Kennedy) and two more have been shot (Teddy and Reagan)
User avatar #73 to #65 - armsdealer
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None while giving a speech.
One while watching a performance and one while in a moving car.
User avatar #85 to #73 - douevensax
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Well, One was shot during a speech, I believe?
User avatar #91 to #85 - armsdealer
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I don't believe so, Ronald Reagan was leaving from a speech. Possibly Teddy Roosevelt because he was shot while campaigning. A lot of the attempts were done when the president is being moved to a fro though.
User avatar #92 to #91 - douevensax
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I meant Teddy, if he counts.
User avatar #94 to #92 - armsdealer
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It doesn't say specifically, but I'm implying from this "His opening comments to the gathered crowd were, 'Ladies and gentlemen, I don't know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot; but it takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose.'" that he hadn't begun giving the speech yet.
I'm just using good ol' wikipedia though
#112 to #85 - mutantpanda
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And he still finished the speech
#148 to #112 - mephistesulfurion
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Do NOT under any circumstances **** with Teddy.
User avatar #122 to #112 - undeadwill
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Ah teddy Americas imperialist president
User avatar #110 to #65 - undeadwill
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A few. But this one is REALLY hated
User avatar #120 to #110 - undeadwill
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>red thumbing me but Obama receives more death threats than any president that I know of in history and is one of the least popular presidents in history, with a few attempts on his life already.

please tell me how I am wrong for saying that the bullet proof glass makes sense for him because of how much people hate him.
User avatar #72 - nigeltheoutlaw
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The president gets a ******** of death threats, not only for being the president, but for daring to be the president while having brown skin, and people think he's weak for using bulletproof glass as a precautionary measure? "Wow, the president wears seatbelts while driving? What a coward, I can't believe he's leading this country."
User avatar #76 - xwhitewingx
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well, who every took this picture sure have a nice spot to shoot.
User avatar #114 to #76 - xwhitewingx
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i need to sleep, damn typo. *whoever
#49 - dontknowmeatall
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I just want to say this: I'm Mexican. Everyone in the country hates the president, myself included. Even those who supported his campaign and bought him all those votes are now furious because of the new laws that backfired them. He just caught one of the most dangerous leaders of organised crime in the world without actually destroying the organisation. Yet he doesn't hide behind a glass like a ******* chicken. This is not leading a country, this is cowardice.
User avatar #57 to #49 - myjeren
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Right, true leadership is defined by the inanimate objects in front of you.
#79 to #57 - dontknowmeatall
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If the object is a giant shield that separates you from the people you're supposed to represent and makes clear that you think they might attack you at any moment, then yes, it does.
User avatar #132 to #79 - myjeren
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It separates them until he moves to the right two feet. Then he's a true leader.