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User avatar #53 - jlanez (11/07/2012) [-]
This is my first front page post, thank you so much everyone.
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User avatar #46 - Lilstow ONLINE (11/07/2012) [-]
i think it's funny that this is how i found out who won...
#45 - carelessinteractin (11/07/2012) [-]
one of the best posts in a long time!
one of the best posts in a long time!
#40 - anonymous (11/07/2012) [-]
#28 - anonymous (11/07/2012) [-]
Awesome! Let's all not work and just let the government take care of us! Mainly because I am entitled and feel that everything should just be givin to me!.... We're ****** ..
#222 to #28 - anonymous (11/07/2012) [-]
obviously sarcastic
#32 to #28 - intrepidy (11/07/2012) [-]
I don't mean to sound communist, but if nobody HAD to work, but still had the option to, that doesn't sound so bad. In fact, that is how the the Federation works.
User avatar #31 to #28 - donndee (11/07/2012) [-]
I'm 18, in college, can't afford it, have no parents or family to go home to and unable to get a job because I look 15.
I don't feel entitled to **** , but doesn't mean I don't want help.
#87 to #31 - captnpl ONLINE (11/07/2012) [-]
If you really look that young, you can get a job with the police setting traps for pedophiles, or trying to get bars to sell booze to minors.
#76 to #31 - rafikithenig (11/07/2012) [-]
Then he wasn't talking to you. He is talking about people who don't get jobs because they can make more from welfare. He is right everyone this culture of entitle meant has been taken way too far by a large number of people.
#92 to #76 - anonymous (11/07/2012) [-]
That is exactly what anon was saying! no problem with helping out in tough times but too many people are abusing it.
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User avatar #41 to #36 - psychobeastjr (11/07/2012) [-]
everyone is not fat assholes that just want money?
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User avatar #43 to #42 - psychobeastjr (11/07/2012) [-]
well yeah, i'm a dead hard socialist
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User avatar #47 to #44 - psychobeastjr (11/07/2012) [-]
no thanks, i just want the people to live together, have it equally, republics only want everything for the rich. this is my opinion, you may or not be butthurt 'bout it
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#55 to #50 - fennoswede (11/07/2012) [-]
Go down with your posts
#26 - korax (11/07/2012) [-]
**korax rolled a random image posted in comment #198 at Nightmares Fear Factory **   
At least he took it like a man and waited several hours to gratulate obama
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At least he took it like a man and waited several hours to gratulate obama
#24 - Tatou (11/07/2012) [-]
#23 - trevorsta (11/07/2012) [-]
Romney's plan to get revenge...
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User avatar #35 to #21 - HarvietheDinkle (11/07/2012) [-]
that's actually pretty cool.
#380 to #35 - lamarisagoodname (11/07/2012) [-]
Repost that. I dare you.
#20 - angelious ONLINE (11/07/2012) [-]
that would cheer me up alot...
#15 - sjakk (11/07/2012) [-]
why does obama have so many face lol expressions
#29 to #15 - thereasonableperso (11/07/2012) [-]
I dont really like Obama, but i gotta admit he has given us some good lol faces.
User avatar #27 to #15 - theugandanhero (11/07/2012) [-]
Because a good president, is a happy president.
User avatar #37 to #27 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
...my god
#34 to #27 - sjakk (11/07/2012) [-]
awww yeah, guess you're right
awww yeah, guess you're right
#30 to #27 - anonymous (11/07/2012) [-]
so thats why he doesnt smile out of joy but of stupidity
User avatar #38 to #30 - HarvietheDinkle (11/07/2012) [-]
OH **** ***** IT'S AN OPINION!

#19 to #18 - sjakk (11/07/2012) [-]
and it goes on AND ON
#11 - reggaemortis ONLINE (11/07/2012) [-]
Well damn. I guess it is true that once you go black you never go back.
User avatar #10 - pepemex (11/07/2012) [-]
#8 - theotherchosenone (11/07/2012) [-]
Guess who's getting higher taxes ;)
User avatar #592 to #8 - frenchgenocide (11/07/2012) [-]
My dad's a doctor and most of his money is just a few buildings (one stories, not skyscrapers) and they think net worth means your rich. he has to work extra hours to make ends meet. now who's the rich one
User avatar #310 to #8 - Pompano (11/07/2012) [-]
The 1%
#33 to #8 - intrepidy (11/07/2012) [-]
Everyone? No wait, just the rich. :3
User avatar #39 to #33 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
(-_-) Jesus Christ....
#51 to #39 - intrepidy (11/07/2012) [-]
I've yet to see an attempt to raise taxes on anyone who isn't exceptionally wealthy. Jesus was a socialist as well.
User avatar #54 to #51 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
Well like most of his uneducated voters, (assuming you're even old enough or registered to vote and did), you fail to see that the Bush kim jongistration tax cuts are about to expire. That affects everyone. And the alleged "rich people" that you believe have all of this money they are somehow stealing and keeping from you, don't have nearly any taxable assets. The ones that are keeping money out of the system (and deliberately evading paying taxes) put all of their wealth into investments and other similar vehicles that are not easily liquidated. Additionally, they can move their actual money offshore.

For the rest of the people you assume are "rich", that money goes back into the businesses and corporations that they own and manage, and that goes to providing additional jobs so that their company can continue to grow and flourish. Good luck with employment going forth from today.
User avatar #67 to #54 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
Obama is still in the Presidency because the Republican party chose a candidate to run against him who didn't think before speaking. He said more **** any sane person would regret in the last year than Bush did in all of the 8 years he was president. I realize he was saying things like "cut money from education" and "47% of Americans are lazy and entitled (with respect to the entire Democratic party)" because he feels it was the "hard truth" and everyone just LOVES a guy who's blunt with EVERYTHING, but he alienated a lot of undecided voters that way. **** , just that "cut education money" comment alone lost him half of the votes from my own University. You can just imagine how it was across the entire country.

And no, those college kids aren't "all liberal, democratic, entitled 99%ers" because that wouldn't explain the "college republicans" club. I didn't hear **** from them ever since he made the comment, and it's probably because they had no way of defending it...or wanting to...they're funding was on the block as well.

So deal with it, and in 4 years hope the Republican party pulls their collective head out of their collective ass and has someone run who knows what they're doing.
User avatar #69 to #67 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
#88 to #69 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
...as much as I appreciate the thought-out response, that addressed literally nothing that I just discussed. But in reply to what you said, both candidates fudged the truth, and both candidates made blunderings in things that they said. I couldn't debate or discuss matters that they do with years of practice as calmly and collected as they did in such tense environments, so I would never judge them for that. Mitt Romney made the 47% statement because it was true. There are too many people with such little intelligence that they are literally stealing our air when they breathe that are on the democratic ballot, simply because they can be coaxed into believing anything with a liberal (pun intended) amount of media pressure.

Elderly people - "Those evil republicans are going to let you die suffering and take away your medical benefits".. no human being alive would do that.

Minorities - "Those evil rich people, are somehow taking and stealing all of your money. So we're going to take it from them and give it to you" .. it can't, and won't ever work like that "...oh and by the way I'm black as well"

Women - "OMG they're like going to take away our birth control and tampons" (literally a widespread belief, that makes me want to cover myself in burning oil out of despair at their utter ignorance) .. that was never the plan, and a majority of birth control is through private insurance in the first place... in practice, it will actually be harder to obtain birth control through Obamacare than it would have been if planned parenthood was completely dissolved, which is impossible due to private and third-party funding.

The list goes on....so I have to not only disagree with you but let you know that you're wrong, that is not, or at least not the only reason Obama is President again.

I'll have to correct you on the college students, a vast majority are democratic purely out of ignorance and media ( I am a recent grad myself).
User avatar #94 to #88 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
College Republicans club...you must go to a small school. Those are far and few between. Also, since the majority of the students are largely liberal, and have a ******** attitude about money because they've never had a real job and realize it's depressing importance in the real-world, find a redistribution-of-wealth kind of policy something that is fair and makes sense and see no reason why it shouldn't work.

I would point them to Europe, at countries like Greece and France, but far be it from me to actually make a logical impression on anyone.

Obviously I'll have to deal with it. Living in Illinois, I knew my vote counted for nothing from the get-go, and Republicans have a hard time picking a strong candidate in any election - that's not how they function. Democrats will try to choose the smooth, popular, younger candidate that might not really represent anything other than a vehicle for their party's ideals, and have no real backbone as an individual. I won't even begin on Barack's inadequacies in quite literally every facet of what Presidential material should encompass, but he hits this description of being the cover-boy "cool guy" that can't really think or do anything on his own but loves to take credit for it and move the democratic agenda along one step at a time. I think that covers everything, except I'd like you to clarify the cutting education thing...where did you hear that, I am not familiar with what you're talking about at all. If you'll remember, the Pell Grants were massacred under the Obama kim jongistration, so I should think that with the polar bi-partisan system of democracy that we allegedly uphold that Romney would push for the exact opposite.
#487 to #94 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
That 47% comment was true? What source is there for that? And remember that 47% of the entire country is a **** ton of people. If that's honestly true, then we need to focus on that, not farming votes. Besides, the Democrats aren't the only one's guilty of political stubbornness, so I'll only believe that 47% comment if it also includes the Republican party.

You're making a lot of assumptions about a lot of people, particularly people who don't fit your own demographic, which is naive. You assume that college kids are democratic because they're naive, and liberals are naive, but completely ignoring the fact that Romney alienated a good chunk of those kids because he made a plan to cut their funding. That's not being ignorant, that's protecting your interests. Half of my school funding is from the Military, and half of it's from financial aid. I need all of it to get an education, and I'm not going to just "borrow money from my parents" because I don't feel like I need to, and because they're even more adamant about it then I am. They're ignorant to I guess, despite being well into their 50s.

What's more is you act as though the Republican party is the shining example of sanity and morality. For that, I ask you to look at the pic I have for this comment. When they're not blatantly insulting the first lady, they're preempting another civil war. You're telling me these guys have the high ground when it comes to morality and sanity.
User avatar #509 to #487 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
For one, you're accusing me of making generalizations, when you point me to a picture I'm not going to even read. Here's why - this is probably a couple of ********** that claim to be tea-party members but are far-right radical retards. I'm not talking about the parties here, I'm talking about the voting base. Politicians suck, plain and simple. Let's pick out a few things here:

1) You haven't answered my question: when and how did Romney say he was going to cut "education". Unless you're at a public/state University, the government has very little influence financially as to what goes on there. That becomes an individual matter of taking out loans.

2) Obama has his sights set on cutting military drastically. If your schooling is funded by the military...and he is going to be cutting military spending...do you think they are going to be pissing money to send people to school? You're being vague, but I'm assuming you mean a G.I. bill or some similar provision...otherwise the answer is no, that will be the first thing to go (educational funding via the military, that is).

3) I am from the demographic I am describing when I discuss college students - I just graduated in May from a private liberal arts University. My generalization of women and why they primarily did not vote for Romney is sound - it is backed by the voting figures and by widespread comments trending across social media and the news (both sides, Fox and CNN).

4) From what it sounds like, you keep referencing the 47% comment like its a flavor of ice cream or something...it was an off-hand comment he made about the country's population in terms of votes he was seeking. There is no way that he was going to get the minority vote, and there was no way he was going to get the votes of the poor and uneducated, because they are easily manipulated and would be swayed by propaganda attacking his successful business ventures.

5) College students are naive, and impressionable, that is why (continued...)
User avatar #523 to #509 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
5b) the democratic party seeks their vote. Why do you think that the Obama gang spent almost one billion dollars during this campaign season, having people such as Katy Perry and You need to login to view this link promote their party while encouraging voting (obviously this was not directed to people well in to their careers who taxation and other such policies actually affect) They are going for the demographic which doesn't hardly know ******** about the real world, and getting a shallow and uneducated vote in bulk. Think about that - it is a very simple and effective vehicle to secure enough buffer votes to score a victory. It's common sense.

6) If any of your financial aid you mention is part of the Pell-grant, a popular government loan, you'll notice that took a huge hit this year under Obama. Why would you vote him in again.

7) I'm not calling your parents ignorant...and they don't fit an elderly category that I'm making mention of (those on Medicare, Medicaid, etc).

...are you beginning to see where I am coming from?
User avatar #536 to #523 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
That's because you're just now asking those questions. Reread your previous comments. You just ranted about how liberals suck. No questions were asked.

1. He was going to cut money from the Pell Grant, which is a popular form of financial aid for a lot of people at my own University. I can't speak for everyone else. What's more is his attitude for college funding. "Borrow money from your parents if you have to". That ensured the parents of any college kids were blanketed as well. And it's not even that he was going to take away "free money" because the Pell Grant isn't free. They don't give it to just any dope head. You have to actually know what you're doing in college to earn it.

2. The difference between the military and school is that the lack of funding is going to present itself as shaving from the weaker part of the military. As long as I keep my **** up, I'll be just fine. With my schooling, he was going to cut it whether I was in the top 50% or not, which I am. If I lose my military funding, it's my own damn fault. Besides, it's already been established that we spend more on our military compared to everyone else.

3. Private Liberal Arts school. OK, so what did you major in? I'm majoring in Biology with a Psych minor, and while Psychology is a sect of liberal arts, it's still a science based subject. My roommate is a Chemical Engineering major and probably the most liberal ************ I know. He didn't even vote because he didn't like either candidate. I voted because my college funding was on the line. We're ignorant. That's your stance.

4. He still made the comment. You can be as off the record as you want about some deep seeded hatred for black people, but if you still make the comment "I hate black people", then there's no turning back. It's a reveal of his character and his opinions on the American people. Nothing you say is going to change that, no matter how many times you say "it just proves he's human". cont.
User avatar #550 to #536 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
To your #1, read my #6...Obama already did that...obviously that's inescapable if you're looking at Romney's policy in such a black-and-white fashion. He never made mention of cutting all spending, he was speaking conversely to Obama, who was trying to gain the support of students going to college entirely on loans that believe they shouldn't have to pay that (WHO THE **** SHOULD THEN? Oh, derp. We didn't think of that)

To your #3, Computer Science, and I was fortunate enough to land a great job out of school. Your last line, again see what I said about Obama. That funding was already on the line, was already cut, and is still in danger under Obama....you're not making a point there.

To your #4, he never said he had a deep-seeded hatred of black people. Don't take the ********* cop-out and use the race-card when that wasn't what it was about. He never said the words "I hate black people" or anything like that. He was pretty neutral actually, he said that he was not going to go after a group of voters that were not going to vote for him in the first place - this includes the 47% of the nation who is receiving a hand-out of some sort, which would be threatened. The would not see past this fact, and listen to the part where he goes on to tell them how he will be saving them money and giving them more opportunity for employment elsewhere.

You're taking my comments as personal attacks and becoming emotional, rather than seeing what the reality of Romney's plan was, and why this is going to ******* blow up in our face in about 5-6 months.
User avatar #573 to #550 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
Except that the Pell Grant is for students who aren't complete ******** in college only. They're not just flinging money into a crowd of students, they're offering aid to students who do well so they're able to do more. It might as well be like a job. Besides, I already told you I didn't even take a hit. I'll believe a hit took place, but when you look to the future, all we have is that Obama said he'd increase it. If he does: sweet. If he doesn't: meh. If he cuts it more: I'll change my mind on it. for now, though, all we have is his word and the inability to predict the future. All we can do is wait.

You at least picked a marketable skill then. I was worried when you said "liberal arts" you were gonna say you majored in something retarded, like "art theory". Also, I'm willing to believe that he did in fact cut education, but given that didn't see any of it myself, all I have is your word. So do you have a source for that?

It's called an example. Here's the definition: www.thefreedictionary.com/example

I'm actually pretty apathetic bro. Obama won, and Romney lost. I'm pretty comfortable with that.
User avatar #587 to #573 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
I think this whole thread between us was nicely summed up in your last sentence. I appreciate your apathy and honesty ;)

I was basically just rambling on my free cycles at work today...I'll just come out and say that I think it ******* sucks that Obama won, but that's that.
User avatar #588 to #587 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
Everyone needs some freedom to vent. I'd probably have been in your shoes had Romney won.

Then again...I'm also not done with Assassins Creed 3 yet, so maybe not.
User avatar #590 to #588 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
PS3 or Xbox?
User avatar #631 to #590 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
Yeah, I think I'm gonna wait until the bugs are all kinked out first. The single player looks interesting as **** though, not just "the covenant hate us, shoot them."
User avatar #632 to #631 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
Indeed :D
#591 to #590 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
You first...
User avatar #613 to #591 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
in response to funnyjunk.com/funny_gifs/4220426/Romney+s+face+when+seeing+the+results/611#611


and....if you say so ;) haha. And yeah my friend is like that too. He already beat the campaign on heroic by morning after the midnight release (-_-) ugh.

But he was happy...I always come crashing through his cutscenes like an over-caffenated rodent with an automatic space rifle in my hands like "KILL ALL THE THINGS!" so....he had some relative peace and quiet and got to enjoy the story.
User avatar #627 to #613 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
lolollo - it seems cool, i got through the first level in the campaign and was like ************************** and then started playing online, haha. The new guns are cool in multiplayer though. I couldn't have **** less of a clue about what to do or whats going on with the online system yet, but it was fun running around bashing in skulls and running through throngs of reds and blues guns a-blaze with complete disregard for whatever the **** the mission was supposed to be. Haha.
User avatar #619 to #613 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
I won't be getting to it until I finish building 'merica.

And having a co-op party over the weekend. So yeah, it'll be a while for myself. How is it though, I haven't gotten to the new baddies yet.
User avatar #607 to #591 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
have we reached the maximum thread limit? I can't reply to any of your newer message...huh. Anyways, I just got Halo yesterday (after work, it was preordered and waiting at home) but I also have Black Ops 2 coming.. D:

My gamer tag is on my profile... i-if....if you want to play
User avatar #611 to #607 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
hmm...maybe if I see you on multiplayer I won't narc on you as bad......maybe...

...but first I have to co-op legendary with a bud of mine for the achievement.
User avatar #602 to #591 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
I can't reply to that last message for some reason but... I must ask...

do you play Call of Duty, or Halo, or Battlefield?
User avatar #603 to #602 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
I recently got into Halo, but I refuse to join the *********** of a fanbase that is COD/Battlefield.
#596 to #591 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
I might be starting something again all over here....what have I done

I recently bought an Xbox 360 ... but I've had a PS3 slim for almost 3 years now
#598 to #596 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
Good enough.   
Good enough.
User avatar #544 to #536 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
5. The Democratic party didn't need to seek anything as far as a vote from college kids. Any college kid who had the Pell Grant devoted their vote to Obama the second they heard Romney was going to cut it. That's not them being naive. At that point it became an issue of getting people motivated to actually go out and vote, not to vote for Obama.

6. I didn't take any sort of hit. In fact, the last 4 year period was when I received the Pell Grant. I went from not having the Pell Grant to having the Pell Grant. That's positive money. If I do take a hit, I'll change my mind, but not until it actually happens.

7. Almost. You're still tending to lump all college kids as these ignorant, apathetic Obamaniacs which isn't true. After all, despite his comment on cutting funding, there was at least one person who still voted for Romney.
#554 to #544 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
Look at the demographics man...I'm not talking out of my ass here. The numbers show.
User avatar #571 to #554 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]
Show what? That younger crowds favored Obama more than Romney? I already told you why they should've. The point I've been making is that a college kid isn't naive just because he votes Obama. Given Romney's stance on educational spending, if anything I'd think they would be more ignorant if they didn't.
User avatar #542 to #536 - masterfluffydubs (11/07/2012) [-]
" I think that covers everything, except I'd like you to clarify the cutting education thing...where did you hear that, I am not familiar with what you're talking about at all."
User avatar #548 to #542 - lolollo (11/07/2012) [-]

You'll have to forgive if it seems like a hasty resource. A lot of it also stems from the fact that he just passed college funding off to the parents, and more as justification for why college kids (and parents) shouldn't automatically be written off as ignorant just because they voted Obama.
#5 - potatomasherdim (11/07/2012) [-]
to the frontpage!
User avatar #3 - happycappy (11/07/2012) [-]
someone photoshop his face on there
#12 to #3 - megashot ONLINE (11/07/2012) [-]
then it wouldn't be funny anymore, Romney just wiping his expressionless face with money
then it wouldn't be funny anymore, Romney just wiping his expressionless face with money
User avatar #1 - kinglobster (11/07/2012) [-]
wonder how many times this will be posted in the next 24 hours
User avatar #2 to #1 - kinglobster (11/07/2012) [-]
this is the 3rd one ive seen
#4 to #2 - TheSock (11/07/2012) [-]
it could be the same post
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