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RobJohnson
08-12-2012, 04:06 PM
ahah u jokers !@disick2012


ugh paul ryan is totally the vp nominee. white guy, white guy 2012!!!

Itís true. Paul Ryan, who is widely considered the frontrunner for the GOP VP nomination, is white. And, to make matters worse, he is a guy.

To a number of Twitter users, this is evidence of a deep flaw:



Evan G.@erg79


Assuming it's Paul Ryan, Romney picking a white guy who wants to take away Social Security and Medicare. Who would have thought?!?

http://twitchy.com/2012/08/11/liberals-point-out-that-paul-ryan-is-a-white-guy/

:rotfl:

AmPat
08-12-2012, 08:46 PM
I see, the libs start out with a White on Black routine and will soon begin to ascribe racism to us Conservatives. See how that works?:rolleyes:

Rockntractor
08-12-2012, 09:08 PM
Alright, who told them?http://www.smiley-lol.com/smiley/dispute/colere/menance-poing.gif

Apache
08-12-2012, 10:54 PM
Alright, who told them?http://www.smiley-lol.com/smiley/dispute/colere/menance-poing.gif

Well, they are so color-blind, I had to let the cat out of the bag... :apologetic:



Was that wrong? :evil-grin:

Odysseus
08-13-2012, 12:01 AM
Well, they are so color-blind, I had to let the cat out of the bag... :apologetic:



Was that wrong? :evil-grin:

Ah, they'd have figured it out eventually. No harm, no foul. Still, we did pick the easier route. After all, the Democratic ticket panders to two critical constituencies of the Democratic Party. Obama, as a half-black man, appeals to the liberal Starbucks crowd that favors lattes and other foamy coffee beverages that are roughly the same complexion that he is, and Biden is clearly an appeal to the mentally challenged base of the party. With Romney and Ryan, we have two rather dull white guys who have an astonishing command of microeconomics (Romney) and macroeconomics (Ryan), not to mention fiscal and monetary policy, budgeting and the mechanics of Constitutional government. Admittedly, our team isn't as, ahem, colorful as theirs, but what they lack in pigment, they make up for in experience, knowledge and philosophy of government, and as we all know, diversity is only skin deep.

Apache
08-13-2012, 12:50 AM
Ah, they'd have figured it out eventually. No harm, no foul. Still, we did pick the easier route. After all, the Democratic ticket panders to two critical constituencies of the Democratic Party. Obama, as a half-black man, appeals to the liberal Starbucks crowd that favors lattes and other foamy coffee beverages that are roughly the same complexion that he is, and Biden is clearly an appeal to the mentally challenged base of the party. With Romney and Ryan, we have two rather dull white guys who have an astonishing command of microeconomics (Romney) and macroeconomics (Ryan), not to mention fiscal and monetary policy, budgeting and the mechanics of Constitutional government. Admittedly, our team isn't as, ahem, colorful as theirs, but what they lack in pigment, they make up for in experience, knowledge and philosophy of government, and as we all know, diversity is only skin deep.

I just hope that they live up to the hype. Ryan's speech saturday sounded great! Now, can they deliver? They ARE politicians, after all...



I guess I can hope for change. :evil-grin:

RobJohnson
08-13-2012, 12:52 AM
Alright, who told them?http://www.smiley-lol.com/smiley/dispute/colere/menance-poing.gif


http://www.websophist.com/Laughing_PigANM.gif

Gina
08-14-2012, 01:10 PM
Ah, they'd have figured it out eventually. No harm, no foul. Still, we did pick the easier route. After all, the Democratic ticket panders to two critical constituencies of the Democratic Party. Obama, as a half-black man, appeals to the liberal Starbucks crowd that favors lattes and other foamy coffee beverages that are roughly the same complexion that he is, and Biden is clearly an appeal to the mentally challenged base of the party. With Romney and Ryan, we have two rather dull white guys who have an astonishing command of microeconomics (Romney) and macroeconomics (Ryan), not to mention fiscal and monetary policy, budgeting and the mechanics of Constitutional government. Admittedly, our team isn't as, ahem, colorful as theirs, but what they lack in pigment, they make up for in experience, knowledge and philosophy of government, and as we all know, diversity is only skin deep.

"How do you make chocolate? You take dark chocolate, you mix it with white milk and it becomes a delicious drink. That's the chocolate I'm talking about."
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