Three Brazilian Soldiers. Found it on 4chan. Don't know if it has been posted before, but it's too funny not to post.. Donald Rumsfeld briefed the President thi Three Brazilian Soldiers Found it on 4chan Don't know if has been posted before but it's too funny not to post Donald Rumsfeld briefed the President thi
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Three Brazilian Soldiers. Found it on 4chan. Don't know if it has been posted before, but it's too funny not to post.. Donald Rumsfeld briefed the President thi

Found it on 4chan. Don't know if it has been posted before, but it's too funny not to post.

Donald Rumsfeld briefed the President this morning. He told Bush that
Three Brazilian soldiers were killed in Iraq. To eberyone' s amazement, all
of the color ran from Bush' s face, then he collapsed onto his desk, head in
hands, visibly shaken, almost whimpering. Finally, he composed himself
and asked Rumsfeld, "Just exactly how many is a brazillion?"
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
#3 - phanact
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I think its like... two mexicans and one columbian
#5 - fourfourfourfour **User deleted account**
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User avatar #43 to #5 - mrgoodbunny
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Why are you just saying facts?
User avatar #165 to #5 - pokemonstheshiz
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Makes a joke about Bush
ZOMG that means you love Obama you commie!

You're an idiot
User avatar #65 to #5 - gorginhanson
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Don't worry, they're only dumb by comparison.
#237 to #5 - anon id: 7f057d6f
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Its hard enough to be a girl on the internet..but along with being a republican..yeah, it sucks.
#242 to #5 - rowdymatt
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Comment Picture
User avatar #153 to #5 - kannelal
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THANK THANK THANK YOU FOR THIS!



the majority of the internet is left as is MOST of the media, its about time someone just said the obvious

sidenote: also the reason I can never give my opinion on FJ -.-
User avatar #24 to #5 - ihatem
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Atlantis Cable News is the best news station...
User avatar #8 to #5 - Fgner
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The general population of the internet are liberals and democrats (and people out of the U.S.). Going against their beliefs are blasphemous.

Then again, it's not like Busch inherited a recession and had 6 years of solid growth, or wasn't re elected after his first 4 years?

In reality, the party system should be abolished. The entire systems need to be reworked because whether we like it or not our modern technology and current state of humanity fight against the Constitution we run by.
#9 to #8 - winglit
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course the vast majority of internet is democrats, republicans are too busy working!
User avatar #37 to #9 - Fgner
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Or it's because Republicans tend to lean toward the older folks. These people are more likely to have families and more responsibilities. As well, they are less inclined to use technology on a regular basis, especially to browse forums (especially this kind).

Liberals and democrats are more likely to be young people, who use modern technology for everything, and would be very likely to come to public forums (especially this kind) on a regular basis. To top that off, they are usually more outspoken than their Republican counterparts.

Stop party favouritism. It's not helping anyone, it's just ruining the country.
User avatar #69 to #37 - buttgauges
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Mmm... nope liberals tend to be the very young and the very old.
It's when you get to the age of working and paying your bills that you start to have conservative views. (So around the middle of your life) And when you're older and need money for health care, you start to lean to liberal views because you support all those social programs.
User avatar #57 to #37 - trowlernotparas
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herp derp Old people lean liberal because they will promise to give them a fatter Social security check when we actually need to be gaining money, not spending it with all of our debt
User avatar #13 to #9 - justinsane
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No no no, it's because they cant read.

"Reality has a liberal bias."
--Stephen Colbert
User avatar #14 to #13 - Fgner
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And this, my good friends, is why the entire party system is innately flawed! Thank you for proving my point!
User avatar #15 to #14 - justinsane
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Oh really, you think you know American politics more than I do? Try me
User avatar #34 to #15 - Fgner
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No, I'm a programmer, I don't do social systems well. I use logic and delicate systems of give and take to decide appropriate decisions for certain situations. I'm verbose, and can't ******** well at all.

And with that common sense, I merely deduce that humans are naturally prejudice, and the party system is flawed. Winglit just talked about how Republicans are all hard workers and Democrats are lazy and on the internet all the time, and you counter attacked by saying Republicans are too stupid to read. In reality, everybody spends all this time pointing fingers just like this so they can get re-elected, everybody attacks whoever isn't in the same boat as them, everybody joins sides (even if they don't agree) just because their party says that's what's right. Nobody actually gives a **** anymore, it's all just, you guessed it, POLITICS. Read this, it's quite enlightening:
news.yale.edu/2003/11/18/people-vote-their-party-not-their-personal-beliefs

The party system worked back then because we didn't have the internet, no TV. We couldn't get messages around fast enough, most of the time there weren't massive issues to choose a candidate based on. You would read the party platforms, and you'd vote for the party that you felt shared your ideologies most. But with all of our technology, we have everything someone said at any time at the tips of our fingers. We don't need to vote for our "team", we need to vote for the people we think are going to do the most right and share our beliefs the most.

But like I said, I'm just a programmer, I don't watch much news outside of the scientific fields. You probably know more than me in politics, but obviously you don't know much more in common sense. So really, you'd make a great politician.
User avatar #36 to #34 - justinsane
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Either that, or I have a sense of humor. Just because people confuse you, doesn't mean there isn't a rhyme or reason for it.
User avatar #39 to #36 - Fgner
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Again, sounds like a politician:
You challenge me to "try you", and when I put out a strong argument that you really can't fight against, with a credible source, you prefer to brush aside anything I said, avoid the topic at hand, and make a personal attack instead.

I didn't say people confuse me; I said I don't do social systems well. There is a huge difference between the two.
User avatar #41 to #39 - justinsane
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I did address you. Your criticism was just off base. You accused me of being too partisan because of my comment and then cited stuff about partisanship. My reply was that i was making a joke. Im sorry that you can't take one?
#17 to #15 - ogloko
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"Hur durr i know politics" cool, middle school girls know politics. learn something useful
User avatar #18 to #17 - justinsane
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I am actually currently majoring in politics at one of the best universities in America. There is nothing more important. It decides the prices and quality of the goods you have, provides you your water and energy, builds roads, and keeps you from waking up in the morning with the Gestapo's gun on your temple. So yeah, unimportant ****. Herp derp
#20 to #18 - ogloko
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yes i fully understand to role of government. government is extremely important. but what do you do with a politics degree? learn law, economics, psychology. the issue with government is that it is filled not with men, but with politicians.

btw what school?
User avatar #21 to #20 - justinsane
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That is what a degree in political science is. You wouldn't believe the number of books i am required to read. Philosophy, psychology, law of course. Its just applied humanities.

Emory. We are currently #20, right above Georgetown
#23 to #21 - ogloko
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i go to Salve regina. i am an kim jongistration of justice major with a psych minor. ADJ is a hybrid of criminal justice and pre law(but mostly pre law). i will prob go to law school if i can manage the finances, if not i will have to wait.

but what actual jobs does one need a poli sci degree for?
User avatar #26 to #23 - justinsane
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It isn't a terminal degree. Usually one would continue on to law/grad school. Though most public sector jobs don't require a specific degree. Its dependent on your public service exam score
#27 to #26 - ogloko
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that makes sense, best of luck in exam week bro.
User avatar #28 to #27 - justinsane
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You too, though if you learned the material correctly you shouldn't need to study (or luck)
#30 to #28 - ogloko
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lol truth be told, i dont even know how to study. i understand what you mean
#92 to #15 - defender
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I think I know politics better than you

<<< here is my diploma for political science
User avatar #123 to #92 - justinsane
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Cool photoshopped degree from a school that doesn't even show up on Google. Would you like a cookie? Its worth more than that is ^^

(edited my spelling, silly typo)
User avatar #125 to #123 - defender
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How dare you question my degree I majored in politics at one of the best universities in America.
User avatar #126 to #125 - justinsane
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I believe you. Because you can definitely punctuate a simple sentence correctly.
User avatar #127 to #126 - defender
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You think this is some kind of joke here I have toiled night and day to earn the title this degree at one of the best universities in America.
User avatar #128 to #127 - justinsane
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Sure thing. Link me to their website. Or their listing on USNews. I would love to hear about them.
User avatar #136 to #128 - defender
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Im sure they would love to hear from you also

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User avatar #138 to #136 - justinsane
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Isnt a rickroll if I saw it coming. Nice try
User avatar #140 to #138 - defender
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You think this is some kind of joke here I have toiled night and day to earn the title this degree at one of the best universities in America.
User avatar #133 to #128 - defender
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How dare you question the legitimacy of my political degree from one of the best universities in America.
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User avatar #62 to #8 - JoshBauer
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Washington himself said that political parties will be the downfall of the U.S.
User avatar #56 to #8 - ilikebigdick
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Funnyjunk is surprisingly mostly Republican, seen in the Ron Paul fad earlier this year. Most of the FJ userbase is liberal. Plus saying that the internet is mostly democrat is only taking into account a small sample size (e.g Forums, Social Media, FJ, Reddit)
User avatar #67 to #56 - buttgauges
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Just because people were behind Ron Paul doesn't make the internet republican. The guy was against every other republican anyway, calling them all out for not being "real republicans"

The internet likes loons.
User avatar #81 to #67 - ilikebigdick
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I said Funnyjunk, not the internet. But it shows we are comprised of liberal republicans.
User avatar #96 to #81 - buttgauges
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When I say internet I mean funnyjunk I was using it in the context of your comment
User avatar #166 to #81 - pokemonstheshiz
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That is generally referred to as Libertarian, which is what I consider myself.
#212 to #8 - anon id: 65bf8842
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I see lots of text but all I hear is radical reformist master race
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Welcome to the good side.
User avatar #216 to #212 - Fgner
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I'll admit I'm a reformist, I'm not sure about radical, but I'm a reformist. I thought that was self-evident.
User avatar #186 to #8 - Chuckaholic
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Except bush didn't inherit a recession. Under Clinton the economy had a surplus until the very end, Bush turned that surplus to debt and in doing so caused a recession. He was re-elected mainly because Kerry wasn't a brilliant candidate.
#215 to #186 - Fgner
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&quot;Democrats like to claim the 1990s were a golden age while the Bush years have been disastrous. But as the nearby chart shows, Mr. Bush inherited a recession. The dot-com bubble had burst in 2000, and the economy was sinking even before the shock of 9/11, the corporate scandals and Sarbanes-Oxley. Mr. Bush's original tax-cut proposal was designed in part as insurance against such a downturn.&quot;   
Have some reads:   
www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/07/06/recessions-and-presidents-who-inherited-them/   
www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7089700/ns/business-answer_desk/t/did-bush-inherit-recession/   
   
Again, let's stop this. Busch wasn't the best president, we can all agree on that. But he's not the horrible, vile, stupid pig people want him to look like. He was a decent president. He inherited problems, he caused problems, and he fixed problems, like all presidents do. People just love to hate on the guy because &quot;technically&quot; the bubble burst on his account (only a few weeks after he was inaugorated, and therefore had no time to do anything to fix or cause it), because he's a Republican, because he's [instert condemning factor here]. Everyone needs someone to blame, and Bush was just that easy target. You also forgot that during Bush' term, two huge pieces of our economy (world TRADE towers) were annihlated and a war began. Just food for though, I suppose.
"Democrats like to claim the 1990s were a golden age while the Bush years have been disastrous. But as the nearby chart shows, Mr. Bush inherited a recession. The dot-com bubble had burst in 2000, and the economy was sinking even before the shock of 9/11, the corporate scandals and Sarbanes-Oxley. Mr. Bush's original tax-cut proposal was designed in part as insurance against such a downturn."
Have some reads:
www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/07/06/recessions-and-presidents-who-inherited-them/
www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7089700/ns/business-answer_desk/t/did-bush-inherit-recession/

Again, let's stop this. Busch wasn't the best president, we can all agree on that. But he's not the horrible, vile, stupid pig people want him to look like. He was a decent president. He inherited problems, he caused problems, and he fixed problems, like all presidents do. People just love to hate on the guy because "technically" the bubble burst on his account (only a few weeks after he was inaugorated, and therefore had no time to do anything to fix or cause it), because he's a Republican, because he's [instert condemning factor here]. Everyone needs someone to blame, and Bush was just that easy target. You also forgot that during Bush' term, two huge pieces of our economy (world TRADE towers) were annihlated and a war began. Just food for though, I suppose.
User avatar #16 to #8 - BridgeTroll
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Gary Johnson 2016
#154 - apollyonyagami
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THIS MUCH!
#162 - eyeballfrog
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Heehee, it's funny because it's relevant.
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User avatar #191 - andrewjla
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"Don't know if it's been posted before"

"President Bush"

I think it has been posted before...
User avatar #46 - noodlelover
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Barack Obama is going to have a tough time these next four years cause he'll be picking up the slack the last president left


*cough* joke *cough* because obama did ******
#50 to #46 - anon id: 0f03620a
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go back to your igloo
#192 to #46 - anon id: 80e9269c
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actually.. he did a pretty average job as president.. not great, but not the worst we've ever had
User avatar #52 to #46 - Crusader
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Not really, when you look at the what he was handed, there is only so much any candidate could possibly do, add in the fact that few presidents actually do anything major in their first term, on fears of being ousted, and you get Obama(and most other president)'s first term.
Now that he really has nothing to do, I wouldn't be surprised if he openly supported taboo things like gay marriage, pot etc. and actually put bills into place like he said before.
#77 to #52 - thedeviousdagger
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Most presidents don't do anything major in their first term? Obama added 5 trillion dollars to our debt in his first 4 years. If he can pull something like that off, then expecting him to fix a few things shouldn't be too much to ask.
#87 to #77 - arkfire
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Exactly, I feel the same way.
User avatar #88 to #77 - Crusader
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That's 5 trillion dollars that probably would have happened anyways, Bush kind of started to push the cart, all Obama did was refuse to jump in front of it.
User avatar #93 to #88 - thedeviousdagger
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Bush may have been responsible for some of that, but there's no way anyone can shift all of the blame off Obama. I wasn't a fan of Bush either, but it was Obama's responsibility to prevent more debt from piling up. What Bush left is somewhat irrelevant considering Obama made no real effort to undo Bush's mistakes. If anything, he's done nothing but continue to make the same mistakes as Bush.
User avatar #108 to #88 - lumpymandude
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Typical liberal. Its not Obama's fault. Obama is our savior, he could do no wrong
User avatar #110 to #108 - Crusader
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1 - There is nothing wrong with being liberal
2 - I never said Obama was a saviour, I simply said that Bush wasn't amazing and that you can't expect a miracle
#54 to #46 - ManInKilt
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#71 - musickman
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Anyone notice that you can substitute almost any blonde joke with George Bush?