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Lol oh Funnyjunk. The stupidity you have shown me is what I've been preaching in the comments forum for months. You newfags are willing to thumb up anything without any regard for truth. You'll thumb anything not funny or some ridiculous "facts" content without knowing whether or not it's real. Anyways, I proved my point. Btw "Oh Admin" is original content. I took the original HTML code and changed it. I let you have the implication that it was the real Admin.

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#2377 - Lol as much as I may appreciate the comment, how did you find …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/16/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool 0
User avatar #2396 - natawree (09/16/2012) [-]
i was interested in what people had to say so i read most of the highest rated comments... and i have to say you probably had the most well-thought out response from all the comments i read
#2372 - Well if you look at any Capitalist country, they've only last … 09/16/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +1
#52 - **joemand rolled a random image posted in comment #59 at D… 09/16/2012 on Deadpool -2
#51 - Comment deleted 09/16/2012 on Deadpool 0
#2319 - Revolution? Well no. Granted, government is way out of hand in…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/16/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +1
User avatar #2333 - drmrniceguy (09/16/2012) [-]
Just feels like it's one of those expiration dates coming up- you know for damn sure every civilization doesn't last forever. To me, the USA has been skimming on a low point for a while.

Unfortunately, believing/hoping (Obama's policy) doesn't work and probably won't work for hoping USA is going to be OK. In My Humble Opinion, at least.
User avatar #2372 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Well if you look at any Capitalist country, they've only last about 250 years. Sadly, we're reaching that mark. So yea I do agree that it feels like we have an expiration date.

But unlike Obama who uses what I call firewords (hope, change, the middle class) to distract people, I really do want to change people's perspective. In all honesty as many times as I've lost faith in this country and want nothing more than to give up on it, I suddenly begin to look at the potential that we still have. Even if I can preserve the smallest sliver of greatest this country still has, whether someone listens to me or not, I'll always be willing to speak out for this country.

I'm a realist who understands what's happening. I've looked at the graphs/charts/facts and I know this country can't keep going. Yet there's a burning passion in me that just won't let me give up.
#2311 - Lol actually I make online social networking websites. They se…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/16/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool 0
#2315 - boonmagicaltrevor (09/16/2012) [-]
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh
that makes more sense
at first i was very confused
but hey,
fucking nice bro
#2297 - This was one of the most approving comments I've ever received… 09/16/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +1
#271 - **joemand rolled a random image posted in comment #52 at M… 09/16/2012 on Creepy... -1
#270 - Comment deleted 09/16/2012 on Creepy... 0
#2259 - As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undo…  [+] (13 new replies) 09/16/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +12
#2553 - cumwhore (09/16/2012) [-]
I was going to make all these points, but you made them for me. I couldn't actually read through all of OP's economically illiterate rant without my head exploding.
User avatar #2631 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Lol, yea trust me it was one of the most frustrating things I have ever made myself read. The worst part is how many people actually agreed with him.
User avatar #2632 - cumwhore (09/16/2012) [-]
I stopped about a quarter of the way through. I could not take it. I used to have a friend who would go on rants like these. Used to.
#2303 - bazda (09/16/2012) [-]
Holy shit! Someone who knows how economics works?!
#2302 - drmrniceguy (09/16/2012) [-]
You're the first person I didn't TL;DR in a while. Thanks for the read, and for making sense. Blows my fucking mind that the top 50% pays 97% of all taxes. Ridiculous!

But don't you think we need a revolution?
User avatar #2319 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Revolution? Well no. Granted, government is way out of hand in my opinion. Things are literally falling apart before our eyes and we're literally oblivious to them. Although, if we continue down this path we'll certainly get a good punch to the gut.

With that being said, I still have hope in America. I still have hope that we can come to our senses and turn things around. I guess I still like to believe that people are going to realize that many of our policy makers are insufficient. But hey maybe I'm just being sentimental.
User avatar #2333 - drmrniceguy (09/16/2012) [-]
Just feels like it's one of those expiration dates coming up- you know for damn sure every civilization doesn't last forever. To me, the USA has been skimming on a low point for a while.

Unfortunately, believing/hoping (Obama's policy) doesn't work and probably won't work for hoping USA is going to be OK. In My Humble Opinion, at least.
User avatar #2372 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Well if you look at any Capitalist country, they've only last about 250 years. Sadly, we're reaching that mark. So yea I do agree that it feels like we have an expiration date.

But unlike Obama who uses what I call firewords (hope, change, the middle class) to distract people, I really do want to change people's perspective. In all honesty as many times as I've lost faith in this country and want nothing more than to give up on it, I suddenly begin to look at the potential that we still have. Even if I can preserve the smallest sliver of greatest this country still has, whether someone listens to me or not, I'll always be willing to speak out for this country.

I'm a realist who understands what's happening. I've looked at the graphs/charts/facts and I know this country can't keep going. Yet there's a burning passion in me that just won't let me give up.
#2298 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
I....I think i'm in love with you
#2281 - exwife (09/16/2012) [-]
User avatar #2297 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
This was one of the most approving comments I've ever received. You have inspired me lol.
#2268 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
You are retarded, stop where you are at and kill yourself.
#2278 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
joemand made some excellent points, if you've got a problem with it, don't be such a vague asshole and explain what you think is wrong with what he said.
#2257 - As for tax breaks (subsidies), we all get them. Will I agree t…  [+] (14 new replies) 09/16/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +13
#2259 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undoubtedly one of the biggest fools I’ve had the displeasure of knowing. Our problems were caused by the Clinton era, not the Bush era. Although I do like Clinton for many policies, he made horrible mistakes. Such mistakes include NAFTA and forcing of banks to lend money to people they knew couldn’t pay back just so everyone could have house. Lol, yea we can clearly see how well that worked out (housing bubble, thus causing the major recession of 2008). Not only his, but Bush also had an all new type of war. But the most important thing we seem to neglect is the fact that the job rate was going up very well up until 2007 when the Democrats took the House and Senate 9refer to the picture to your left). Yet, Bush still raised out national debt 4.6 trillion dollars which is nothing to be proud of. This took him a grand total of 8 years, along with the help of NAFTA, the bubble, and the war. Within Obama’s first term, he has raised the debt 6 trillion dollars. Yup that’s right, our national debt is now at a whopping 16 trillion. If you honestly believe that won’t come back to hurt us, than you are truly naïve.

Listen, I could go on all day disproving your idiotic ideology. In fact, I’m two pages in and I have so much more to say. However, you’ve lost my interest. It only saddens me that people like you are what we call “college educated”. Welcome to a new era, where the self-entitled brats who have next to zero common sense are the ones who think their policies are the right ones. We’re so spoiled by our smart phones, big TV’s, nice communities that we completely forget to thank our ancestors for what we have. Instead we call for more, more, more.
#2553 - cumwhore (09/16/2012) [-]
I was going to make all these points, but you made them for me. I couldn't actually read through all of OP's economically illiterate rant without my head exploding.
User avatar #2631 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Lol, yea trust me it was one of the most frustrating things I have ever made myself read. The worst part is how many people actually agreed with him.
User avatar #2632 - cumwhore (09/16/2012) [-]
I stopped about a quarter of the way through. I could not take it. I used to have a friend who would go on rants like these. Used to.
#2303 - bazda (09/16/2012) [-]
Holy shit! Someone who knows how economics works?!
#2302 - drmrniceguy (09/16/2012) [-]
You're the first person I didn't TL;DR in a while. Thanks for the read, and for making sense. Blows my fucking mind that the top 50% pays 97% of all taxes. Ridiculous!

But don't you think we need a revolution?
User avatar #2319 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Revolution? Well no. Granted, government is way out of hand in my opinion. Things are literally falling apart before our eyes and we're literally oblivious to them. Although, if we continue down this path we'll certainly get a good punch to the gut.

With that being said, I still have hope in America. I still have hope that we can come to our senses and turn things around. I guess I still like to believe that people are going to realize that many of our policy makers are insufficient. But hey maybe I'm just being sentimental.
User avatar #2333 - drmrniceguy (09/16/2012) [-]
Just feels like it's one of those expiration dates coming up- you know for damn sure every civilization doesn't last forever. To me, the USA has been skimming on a low point for a while.

Unfortunately, believing/hoping (Obama's policy) doesn't work and probably won't work for hoping USA is going to be OK. In My Humble Opinion, at least.
User avatar #2372 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Well if you look at any Capitalist country, they've only last about 250 years. Sadly, we're reaching that mark. So yea I do agree that it feels like we have an expiration date.

But unlike Obama who uses what I call firewords (hope, change, the middle class) to distract people, I really do want to change people's perspective. In all honesty as many times as I've lost faith in this country and want nothing more than to give up on it, I suddenly begin to look at the potential that we still have. Even if I can preserve the smallest sliver of greatest this country still has, whether someone listens to me or not, I'll always be willing to speak out for this country.

I'm a realist who understands what's happening. I've looked at the graphs/charts/facts and I know this country can't keep going. Yet there's a burning passion in me that just won't let me give up.
#2298 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
I....I think i'm in love with you
#2281 - exwife (09/16/2012) [-]
User avatar #2297 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
This was one of the most approving comments I've ever received. You have inspired me lol.
#2268 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
You are retarded, stop where you are at and kill yourself.
#2278 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
joemand made some excellent points, if you've got a problem with it, don't be such a vague asshole and explain what you think is wrong with what he said.
#2254 - Holy **** , I haven't seen so much ignorance since…  [+] (19 new replies) 09/16/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +27
#2293 - boonmagicaltrevor (09/16/2012) [-]
"I was able to find the time to where I made my first 1000$ at in a matter of 15 minutes"
Are you a single mother working at home?
Making 1000$ an hour?
Did you program the Mexican drug cartels website where they promptly made a large cocaine deal and gave you a generous tip?
lol wut
User avatar #2311 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Lol actually I make online social networking websites. They sell for a very high dollar amount.

However, what I meant to say is that I talked a client into making a $1000 investment in me to start up an online Anime website. Last I hear, he is doing very well for himself.
#2315 - boonmagicaltrevor (09/16/2012) [-]
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh
that makes more sense
at first i was very confused
but hey,
fucking nice bro
User avatar #2270 - aaronomar (09/16/2012) [-]
exactly my thoughts....
#2257 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
As for tax breaks (subsidies), we all get them. Will I agree that they don’t always work – well of course. However, have they shown exceptional results in the past – yes. With this being said, lets address your feelings on the so called lazy rich people who didn’t work for anything, along with these EVIL tax cuts.

Taxes paid by millionaire households more than doubled to $274 billion in 2006, from $136 billion in 2003. What happened in 2003? We rolled back the Clinton tax increases! No president has ever plied more money from the rich than George W. Bush did with his 2003 tax cuts. That alone should dismantle your argument. Now let’s address the issue of them not paying their “fair share”. According to 2008 IRS records, the top 1% (income higher than $389,000) of Americans were paying for nearly 40% of all federal income taxes. The top 10% in income, that's income above $108,904, paid 71% of all income taxes. Btw, you are considered “wealthy” if you and your spouse combined income is over $100,000, which if I may speak frankly is damn pathetic. But anyways! All in all, your top 50% of Americans are paying 97.1% of all federal income taxes. All the while your bottom 50% is paying a measly 2.9%. This group of people is given a plethora of welfare services (my favorite is a free cell phone, with unlimited texting) that leaves someone stuck paying the bill. Granted, I do agree with many welfare services. However these systems are largely broken and extremely abused.
#2259 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undoubtedly one of the biggest fools I’ve had the displeasure of knowing. Our problems were caused by the Clinton era, not the Bush era. Although I do like Clinton for many policies, he made horrible mistakes. Such mistakes include NAFTA and forcing of banks to lend money to people they knew couldn’t pay back just so everyone could have house. Lol, yea we can clearly see how well that worked out (housing bubble, thus causing the major recession of 2008). Not only his, but Bush also had an all new type of war. But the most important thing we seem to neglect is the fact that the job rate was going up very well up until 2007 when the Democrats took the House and Senate 9refer to the picture to your left). Yet, Bush still raised out national debt 4.6 trillion dollars which is nothing to be proud of. This took him a grand total of 8 years, along with the help of NAFTA, the bubble, and the war. Within Obama’s first term, he has raised the debt 6 trillion dollars. Yup that’s right, our national debt is now at a whopping 16 trillion. If you honestly believe that won’t come back to hurt us, than you are truly naïve.

Listen, I could go on all day disproving your idiotic ideology. In fact, I’m two pages in and I have so much more to say. However, you’ve lost my interest. It only saddens me that people like you are what we call “college educated”. Welcome to a new era, where the self-entitled brats who have next to zero common sense are the ones who think their policies are the right ones. We’re so spoiled by our smart phones, big TV’s, nice communities that we completely forget to thank our ancestors for what we have. Instead we call for more, more, more.
#2553 - cumwhore (09/16/2012) [-]
I was going to make all these points, but you made them for me. I couldn't actually read through all of OP's economically illiterate rant without my head exploding.
User avatar #2631 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Lol, yea trust me it was one of the most frustrating things I have ever made myself read. The worst part is how many people actually agreed with him.
User avatar #2632 - cumwhore (09/16/2012) [-]
I stopped about a quarter of the way through. I could not take it. I used to have a friend who would go on rants like these. Used to.
#2303 - bazda (09/16/2012) [-]
Holy shit! Someone who knows how economics works?!
#2302 - drmrniceguy (09/16/2012) [-]
You're the first person I didn't TL;DR in a while. Thanks for the read, and for making sense. Blows my fucking mind that the top 50% pays 97% of all taxes. Ridiculous!

But don't you think we need a revolution?
User avatar #2319 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Revolution? Well no. Granted, government is way out of hand in my opinion. Things are literally falling apart before our eyes and we're literally oblivious to them. Although, if we continue down this path we'll certainly get a good punch to the gut.

With that being said, I still have hope in America. I still have hope that we can come to our senses and turn things around. I guess I still like to believe that people are going to realize that many of our policy makers are insufficient. But hey maybe I'm just being sentimental.
User avatar #2333 - drmrniceguy (09/16/2012) [-]
Just feels like it's one of those expiration dates coming up- you know for damn sure every civilization doesn't last forever. To me, the USA has been skimming on a low point for a while.

Unfortunately, believing/hoping (Obama's policy) doesn't work and probably won't work for hoping USA is going to be OK. In My Humble Opinion, at least.
User avatar #2372 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
Well if you look at any Capitalist country, they've only last about 250 years. Sadly, we're reaching that mark. So yea I do agree that it feels like we have an expiration date.

But unlike Obama who uses what I call firewords (hope, change, the middle class) to distract people, I really do want to change people's perspective. In all honesty as many times as I've lost faith in this country and want nothing more than to give up on it, I suddenly begin to look at the potential that we still have. Even if I can preserve the smallest sliver of greatest this country still has, whether someone listens to me or not, I'll always be willing to speak out for this country.

I'm a realist who understands what's happening. I've looked at the graphs/charts/facts and I know this country can't keep going. Yet there's a burning passion in me that just won't let me give up.
#2298 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
I....I think i'm in love with you
#2281 - exwife (09/16/2012) [-]
User avatar #2297 - joemand (09/16/2012) [-]
This was one of the most approving comments I've ever received. You have inspired me lol.
#2268 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
You are retarded, stop where you are at and kill yourself.
#2278 - anonymous (09/16/2012) [-]
joemand made some excellent points, if you've got a problem with it, don't be such a vague asshole and explain what you think is wrong with what he said.
#1389 - Haha, well **** sorry. Won't happen again.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool 0
User avatar #1402 - Disastrous (09/15/2012) [-]
It's quite okay. I'm surprised at how often people actually use that word during arguments. It happens a lot.
#1349 - As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undo…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +4
User avatar #1384 - Disastrous (09/15/2012) [-]
Sir, I kindly request you stop using the word 'disastrous' as it is the third time I've been linked to your argument.
User avatar #1389 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
Haha, well shit sorry. Won't happen again.
User avatar #1402 - Disastrous (09/15/2012) [-]
It's quite okay. I'm surprised at how often people actually use that word during arguments. It happens a lot.
#1346 - As for tax breaks (subsidies), we all get them. Will I agree t…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +6
#1377 - anonymous (09/15/2012) [-]
My dad has a small firm and is taxed enough to pay the sallary of 5 people he could hire. I believe he is a goodman and he constantly talks about how he wish he could hire more people instead
#1349 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undoubtedly one of the biggest fools I’ve had the displeasure of knowing. Our problems were caused by the canton era, not the Bush era. Although I do like Clinton for many policies, he made disastrous mistakes. Such mistakes include NAFTA and forcing of banks to lend money to people they knew couldn’t pay back just so everyone could have house. Lol, yea we can clearly see how well that worked out (housing bubble, thus causing the major recession of 2008). Not only his, but Bush also had an all new type of war. But the most important thing we seem to neglect is the fact that the job rate was going up very well up until 2007 when the Democrats took the House and Senate 9refer to the picture to your left). Yet, Bush still raised out national debt 4.6 trillion dollars which is nothing to be proud of. This took him a grand total of 8 years, along with the help of NAFTA, the bubble, and the war. Within Obama’s first term, he has raised the debt 6 trillion dollars. Yup that’s right, our national debt is now at a whopping 16 trillion. If you honestly believe that won’t come back to hurt us, than you are truly naïve.

Listen, I could go on all day disproving your idiotic ideology. In fact, I’m two pages in and I have so much more to say. However, you’ve lost my interest. It only saddens me that people like you are what we call “college educated”. Welcome to a new era, where the self-entitled brats who have next to zero common sense are the ones who think their policies are the right ones. We’re so spoiled by our smart phones, big TV’s, nice communities that we completely forget to thank our ancestors for what we have. Instead we call for more, more, more.
User avatar #1384 - Disastrous (09/15/2012) [-]
Sir, I kindly request you stop using the word 'disastrous' as it is the third time I've been linked to your argument.
User avatar #1389 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
Haha, well shit sorry. Won't happen again.
User avatar #1402 - Disastrous (09/15/2012) [-]
It's quite okay. I'm surprised at how often people actually use that word during arguments. It happens a lot.
#1345 - Holy **** , I haven't seen so much ignorance since…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +8
#1346 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
As for tax breaks (subsidies), we all get them. Will I agree that they don’t always work – well of course. However, have they shown exceptional results in the past – yes. With this being said, lets address your feelings on the so called lazy rich people who didn’t work for anything, along with these EVIL tax cuts.

Taxes paid by millionaire households more than doubled to $274 billion in 2006, from $136 billion in 2003. What happened in 2003? We rolled back the Clinton tax increases! No president has ever plied more money from the rich than George W. Bush did with his 2003 tax cuts. That alone should dismantle your argument. Now let’s address the issue of them not paying their “fair share”. According to 2008 IRS records, the top 1% (income higher than $389,000) of Americans were paying for nearly 40% of all federal income taxes. The top 10% in income, that's income above $108,904, paid 71% of all income taxes. Btw, you are considered “wealthy” if you and your spouse combined income is over $100,000, which if I may speak frankly is damn pathetic. But anyways! All in all, your top 50% of Americans are paying 97.1% of all federal income taxes. All the while your bottom 50% is paying a measly 2.9%. This group of people is given a plethora of welfare services (my favorite is a free cell phone, with unlimited texting) that leaves someone stuck paying the bill. Granted, I do agree with many welfare services. However these systems are largely broken and extremely abused.
#1377 - anonymous (09/15/2012) [-]
My dad has a small firm and is taxed enough to pay the sallary of 5 people he could hire. I believe he is a goodman and he constantly talks about how he wish he could hire more people instead
#1349 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undoubtedly one of the biggest fools I’ve had the displeasure of knowing. Our problems were caused by the canton era, not the Bush era. Although I do like Clinton for many policies, he made disastrous mistakes. Such mistakes include NAFTA and forcing of banks to lend money to people they knew couldn’t pay back just so everyone could have house. Lol, yea we can clearly see how well that worked out (housing bubble, thus causing the major recession of 2008). Not only his, but Bush also had an all new type of war. But the most important thing we seem to neglect is the fact that the job rate was going up very well up until 2007 when the Democrats took the House and Senate 9refer to the picture to your left). Yet, Bush still raised out national debt 4.6 trillion dollars which is nothing to be proud of. This took him a grand total of 8 years, along with the help of NAFTA, the bubble, and the war. Within Obama’s first term, he has raised the debt 6 trillion dollars. Yup that’s right, our national debt is now at a whopping 16 trillion. If you honestly believe that won’t come back to hurt us, than you are truly naïve.

Listen, I could go on all day disproving your idiotic ideology. In fact, I’m two pages in and I have so much more to say. However, you’ve lost my interest. It only saddens me that people like you are what we call “college educated”. Welcome to a new era, where the self-entitled brats who have next to zero common sense are the ones who think their policies are the right ones. We’re so spoiled by our smart phones, big TV’s, nice communities that we completely forget to thank our ancestors for what we have. Instead we call for more, more, more.
User avatar #1384 - Disastrous (09/15/2012) [-]
Sir, I kindly request you stop using the word 'disastrous' as it is the third time I've been linked to your argument.
User avatar #1389 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
Haha, well shit sorry. Won't happen again.
User avatar #1402 - Disastrous (09/15/2012) [-]
It's quite okay. I'm surprised at how often people actually use that word during arguments. It happens a lot.
#43 - roll gods...are you telling me that these two duked it out? 09/15/2012 on Youtube -2
#42 - Comment deleted 09/15/2012 on Youtube 0
#41 - **joemand rolled a random image posted in comment #121738 a…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/15/2012 on Youtube -2
#53 - evictedone (09/15/2012) [-]
#43 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
roll gods...are you telling me that these two duked it out?
#1200 - Lol, trust me it was difficult: 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +1
#1098 - As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undo…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +1
#1144 - snipedemon (09/15/2012) [-]
I think that your rant was the most intelligent thought process ever to occur among a group of ignorant people. Good on you not to blame those "evil" corporate business men.
#1096 - As for tax breaks (subsidies), we all get them. Will I agree t…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +1
#1098 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undoubtedly one of the biggest fools I’ve had the displeasure of knowing. Our problems were caused by the canton era, not the Bush era. Although I do like Clinton for many policies, he made disastrous mistakes. Such mistakes include NAFTA and forcing of banks to lend money to people they knew couldn’t pay back just so everyone could have house. Lol, yea we can clearly see how well that worked out (housing bubble, thus causing the major recession of 2008). Not only his, but Bush also had an all new type of war. But the most important thing we seem to neglect is the fact that the job rate was going up very well up until 2007 when the Democrats took the House and Senate 9refer to the picture to your left). Yet, Bush still raised out national debt 4.6 trillion dollars which is nothing to be proud of. This took him a grand total of 8 years, along with the help of NAFTA, the bubble, and the war. Within Obama’s first term, he has raised the debt 6 trillion dollars. Yup that’s right, our national debt is now at a whopping 16 trillion. If you honestly believe that won’t come back to hurt us, than you are truly naïve.

Listen, I could go on all day disproving your idiotic ideology. In fact, I’m two pages in and I have so much more to say. However, you’ve lost my interest. It only saddens me that people like you are what we call “college educated”. Welcome to a new era, where the self-entitled brats who have next to zero common sense are the ones who think their policies are the right ones. We’re so spoiled by our smart phones, big TV’s, nice communities that we completely forget to thank our ancestors for what we have. Instead we call for more, more, more.
#1144 - snipedemon (09/15/2012) [-]
I think that your rant was the most intelligent thought process ever to occur among a group of ignorant people. Good on you not to blame those "evil" corporate business men.
#1089 - Holy **** , I haven't seen so much ignorance since…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +1
#1096 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
As for tax breaks (subsidies), we all get them. Will I agree that they don’t always work – well of course. However, have they shown exceptional results in the past – yes. With this being said, lets address your feelings on the so called lazy rich people who didn’t work for anything, along with these EVIL tax cuts.

Taxes paid by millionaire households more than doubled to $274 billion in 2006, from $136 billion in 2003. What happened in 2003? We rolled back the Clinton tax increases! No president has ever plied more money from the rich than George W. Bush did with his 2003 tax cuts. That alone should dismantle your argument. Now let’s address the issue of them not paying their “fair share”. According to 2008 IRS records, the top 1% (income higher than $389,000) of Americans were paying for nearly 40% of all federal income taxes. The top 10% in income, that's income above $108,904, paid 71% of all income taxes. Btw, you are considered “wealthy” if you and your spouse combined income is over $100,000, which if I may speak frankly is damn pathetic. But anyways! All in all, your top 50% of Americans are paying 97.1% of all federal income taxes. All the while your bottom 50% is paying a measly 2.9%. This group of people is given a plethora of welfare services (my favorite is a free cell phone, with unlimited texting) that leaves someone stuck paying the bill. Granted, I do agree with many welfare services. However these systems are largely broken and extremely abused.
#1098 - joemand (09/15/2012) [-]
As for blaming our current situation on Bush lol? You are undoubtedly one of the biggest fools I’ve had the displeasure of knowing. Our problems were caused by the canton era, not the Bush era. Although I do like Clinton for many policies, he made disastrous mistakes. Such mistakes include NAFTA and forcing of banks to lend money to people they knew couldn’t pay back just so everyone could have house. Lol, yea we can clearly see how well that worked out (housing bubble, thus causing the major recession of 2008). Not only his, but Bush also had an all new type of war. But the most important thing we seem to neglect is the fact that the job rate was going up very well up until 2007 when the Democrats took the House and Senate 9refer to the picture to your left). Yet, Bush still raised out national debt 4.6 trillion dollars which is nothing to be proud of. This took him a grand total of 8 years, along with the help of NAFTA, the bubble, and the war. Within Obama’s first term, he has raised the debt 6 trillion dollars. Yup that’s right, our national debt is now at a whopping 16 trillion. If you honestly believe that won’t come back to hurt us, than you are truly naïve.

Listen, I could go on all day disproving your idiotic ideology. In fact, I’m two pages in and I have so much more to say. However, you’ve lost my interest. It only saddens me that people like you are what we call “college educated”. Welcome to a new era, where the self-entitled brats who have next to zero common sense are the ones who think their policies are the right ones. We’re so spoiled by our smart phones, big TV’s, nice communities that we completely forget to thank our ancestors for what we have. Instead we call for more, more, more.
#1144 - snipedemon (09/15/2012) [-]
I think that your rant was the most intelligent thought process ever to occur among a group of ignorant people. Good on you not to blame those "evil" corporate business men.
#926 - I've already posted this, but I'm just posting the screen shot… 09/15/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool -1
#217 - **joemand rolled a random image posted in comment #1114274 …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/15/2012 on dey deserved it +13
User avatar #219 - songemot (09/15/2012) [-]
Always check if they're wanted by the FBI. Smart man.
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#38 - anonymous (12/07/2012) [-]
Giving you 20-25 red thumbs per day from now on, ****** .
User avatar #39 to #38 - joemand (12/07/2012) [-]
Lol oh boy I'm really heart broken now. I must have a secret lover huh? Wonder what I did to make you fantasize about me so much :)?
#40 to #39 - billybeee (05/12/2013) [-]
its okay Im giving you 20-25 green thumbs per day from now on, qt.
#34 - anonymous (10/25/2012) [-]
Haha, there you go doing it again! Did you have to get a glass stomach to see with your head so far up your ass? And why wouldn't I stick around to see the show? Making fun of you is great, and its nice seeing you be so self centered as this. Oh, and go ahead and keep deleting comments, it won't make you less pathetic. Get over yourself.
User avatar #35 to #34 - joemand (10/26/2012) [-]
Lol, so you did reply. This only tells me that you have a sudden infatuation with me. I'm guessing you're quite the liberal scum and hate the fact that I decimate your ideals.

Please don't flatter yourself, I didn't delete the comment because you said some petty words to me, but because your "anonymous" comment looks ugly. Why not actually log in? Considering you've been watching my comments. Lol what a pitiful leech.
#36 to #35 - anonymous (10/26/2012) [-]
hahahaha you act like everybody gives a **** about thumbs enough to actually have an account. Not only that, I don't even know your political agenda, nor do you know mine and to be quite honest I don't even give a **** about it. The fact that you're arrogant enough to assume you're "decimating" my ideals not only shows you're quick to assume you're inherently correct but that anybody who dislikes you only does so because you're somehow "destroying" them. That's awfully conceited and pathetic. I don't think you're a **** because of your politics, I think you're a **** because you're a self-righteous, pretentious douche who thinks his **** smells like roses. Quite clearly, you will always find a way to stroke your own ego with anything anyone says and always make the assumptions that make you feel best inside.

And I don't think you know what a leech is, because I've yet to take anything from you. I don't see how calling you an idiot is like sucking your blood. Maybe you're the one infatuated with sucking. So I'll leave you with this, go ahead and keep on sucking. All the self-righteousness will catch up with you in the end. You'll get what's coming to you one day, that is on the assumption that you act superior in real life too, but you're probably a coward who comes on the internet because nobody cares what you have to say.
User avatar #37 to #36 - joemand (10/26/2012) [-]
I really can't help it, but you just keep making me laugh. You're repeated attempts to try to get some type of angry response is quite pathetic. Not only this, but you're so interested in what I have to say that you continue to go out of your boring life to check to see if I've replied. This type of attitude is so low that it needs someone like me to feed it.

You want to see me respond and you know it.

Unlike you, the only reason I even remembered someone such as yourself was because the notification bar popped up. I don't claim some type of superiority over the average person. However, there are just those few like yourself which aren't much to care for.

Absolutely love how I was able to conjure such a reaction due to my own ignorance of a simple painting. I must really be an interesting character huh lol?
User avatar #30 - Peirs (09/21/2012) [-]
Thank you for providing many accurate statements and facts regarding politics. These fricken kids on this site are driving me to drink. No matter how well you explain things to them they still tell you you're wrong. They don't even throw any facts back, they just say "nope, you're wrong. Why? Uhhh. just because bro"
User avatar #31 to #30 - joemand (09/21/2012) [-]
Lol I couldn't agree more. Sometimes you just have to say something, but once you do they drag you down this road of stupidity.
User avatar #32 to #31 - Peirs (09/21/2012) [-]
Yup. That guy you were arguing with earlier is completely disregarding facts given to him. All he has to say is "It's bush's fault!". He can't provide any concrete evidence as to why though.
#29 to #28 - afternoon (09/20/2012) [-]
i hate you
i hate you
User avatar #25 to #25 - joemand (06/19/2012) [-]
Go **** yourself.
User avatar #17 - fatamerican (05/22/2012) [-]
I'd just like to say that your political views on that Obama/socialism post are spot-on. Glad to see some fj users are still politically educated.
User avatar #19 to #18 - joemand (05/22/2012) [-]
Lol thanks, but taking on all of these idiots is becoming a headache. Funnyjunk has never been the place for too many intellectuals.
User avatar #20 to #20 - fatamerican (05/22/2012) [-]
Yeah, I can imagine. And if you leave now, they'll all be like "LOL ***** ." Kinda in a rough spot.
User avatar #21 to #21 - joemand (05/22/2012) [-]
Haha, exactly. Some of the things they say is so idiotic that it almost becomes aggravating. You would think that if you show solid factual data that they wouldn't have much to say, but instead they just say something worse.
User avatar #16 - zzforrest (04/30/2012) [-]
Hey do you know what went wrong?
I don't...
Wanna muffin?
User avatar #18 to #17 - joemand (05/22/2012) [-]
What type of muffin are we talking about here?
User avatar #22 to #19 - zzforrest (05/23/2012) [-]
Chocolate
User avatar #13 - DrBobsPatient (04/11/2012) [-]
don't know which party you support, but you definitely earned my support.
User avatar #14 to #14 - joemand (04/11/2012) [-]
Lol although I tend to lean with the Republican party, I don't really have a particular party. I am by all means a conservative though. However, I find it important to analyze each issue with a very non-biased perspective. Just so happens that my conclusion regularly sides with a more conservative end.

Glad to see there are still people on Funnyjunk with some sense lol.

P.S. I just about posted the same comment you did, by accident, but still funny lol.
User avatar #15 to #15 - DrBobsPatient (04/11/2012) [-]
same with the viewpoint method. i just wish people lived by one of my favorite quotes from JFK "pray not for easier lives, but pray to be stronger men"

we can't just have life handed to us. it may work in america, but when faced with the rest of the world, it just doesn't work.

which comment?
User avatar #11 - riathewolf (03/17/2012) [-]
You should know that I am now in love with you. I just went through the comments of 'Youtube Comment' and it is the Americans like you, among others, who make me proud of our great country. Honestly, I see some of the 'America rules! Hurr durr!' posts and they make me cringe, even if I agree that America is awesome and a great country to live in despite it's faults. I just wanted to personally thank you for logically and rationally sticking up for all of us ^_^

~Amy
User avatar #12 to #12 - joemand (03/17/2012) [-]
Haha thank you. I actually feel that exact same way when I say those comments. It's best to show the world intelligence and articulation, as it's the only way to prove a good point. Despite engaging in such conversations, even I tend to say stupid things from time to time lol. Glad to know there are still logical thinking people on Funnyjunk :)
#7 - Obscurity (04/17/2010) [-]
Why'd you remove me from your friends? :(
User avatar #8 to #9 - joemand (04/17/2010) [-]
I didn't want to :( but those messages >.> annoyed me
#9 to #10 - Obscurity (04/17/2010) [-]
you coulda asked me to stop >.<
#10 to #11 - Obscurity (04/17/2010) [-]
no messages anymore?
User avatar #3 - Dizer (04/07/2010) [-]
oh and btw my old content sucks but doesnt mean you have to piss on its grave in the cemetary of crappy content!
User avatar #5 to #4 - joemand (04/07/2010) [-]
And what are you talking about???
User avatar #6 to #7 - Dizer (04/08/2010) [-]
problem joe-boy?
User avatar #2 - Dizer (04/07/2010) [-]
anons a pretty cool guy he thumbs down my old content and aint scared a nuttin!

^as you can tell the above text is complete ******** down with anon! well only the 4chan anons i know that there are some inoccent anons out their and when the votes where given back to you you didnt spam! and you have passed the test and now you can be our freind :D
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