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MACS Offline
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If this guy wins... the people of PA should be absolutely ashamed of themselves.

He's obviously impaired. He's actually worse than Biden... and that's saying a lot.
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https://www.dailywire.com/news/the-new-york-times-gets-brutally-mocked-after-releasing-guide-on-how-to-cope-with-election-results
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
https://www.dailywire.com/news/the-new-york-times-gets-brutally-mocked-after-releasing-guide-on-how-to-cope-with-election-results


Just when I though the NYT and the Dems couldn't get stupider, I'm finding out how much further out of their minds they are. Wowsers. Breath like a baby. If they were to kill themselves, would it only be a late late late term abortion and simply a choice?
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MACS wrote:
He's obviously impaired.


The candidate should reflect their electorate. Celtic Bomber lives there.

Fetterman by two points.

This is one of the republican candidates pushed by Blowhard Trump. This is exactly what I've been bichting about over the last few months. The republican party needs to break the zombie like hold Trump has on them. Any moderate elephant stampedes the woke, baby killing, illegal fentanyl dealing, inflation jacking, economy slumping, Puck Fuppets.

Walker, Oz, Dixon etc. Nobody to blame but themselves.

Morons.
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"It's not a pyramid scheme" is a phrase used almost exclusively by people involved in pyramid schemes.
zitotczito Offline
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I lived in this garbage state and can't wait to get to Florida.
Abrignac Offline
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MACS wrote:
If this guy wins... the people of PA should be absolutely ashamed of themselves.

He's obviously impaired. He's actually worse than Biden... and that's saying a lot.


When one compares him to Oz it’s not at all hard to see why he was elected.

His puppet master Trump is a one trick pony. The sooner conservatives sees him for who he really is, the better. He’s the Republican version of Hillary.
JGKAMIN Offline
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If Senator Blutarsky could do it then this knuckle dragging sloth could too…
8trackdisco Offline
#9 Posted:
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Abrignac wrote:
The sooner conservatives sees him for who he really is, the better. He’s the Republican version of Hillary.


❤️

Been trying to sell that idea here for the last six months. No buyers. Can’t beat a good echo chamber.

Crime, inflation, economy, drugs, illegals- this should have been the easiest year for Republicans since 1980 after Carter made a shambles of things.

On the bright side, we are less than a week away from Trump’s “Special Announcement”. That should benefit America as much as Putin’s Special Military Operation did for Russia.

Now we get at least two more years or grime, filth, stupidity, waste and woe.

How many of you Trumpublicans are going to line up for another sTrumpidity for 2024?
RayR Offline
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So is it really true that DUHMACRACY elected SASQUATCH as Senator of Pennsylvania? BWAHAHA!!!
RayR Offline
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Fetterman Prepares For Senate Job With New Dress Hoodie

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Nov 9, 2022 · BabylonBee.com

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — In the wake of his Senate victory, Democratic Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman has purchased a new dress hoodie to wear in Washington. Fetterman made the purchase at the King of Prussia mall on Wednesday afternoon.

"Hoodie... yes hoodie. Fancy. Dress up. Professional... professional," said Fetterman to reporters. "Wear. Hoodie."

"He looks amazing in the hoodie," said Pauli's Vittorino, a sales associate at Joey's, a casual menswear store. "He looks like a real Senator now. Future president, maybe!"

According to a customer who witnessed the transaction, Fetterman had difficulty trying on the 4XL hoodie, likely due to struggles associated with his tragic stroke. "His wife helped him put the hoodie on," said the customer, who wished to remain anonymous. "I voted for the other guy because I found Fetterman's neck lump unsettling. But this new hoodie makes me reconsider!"

Writers for Vogue declared the new loungewear an "iconic new fashion statement," while People Magazine declared the new Senator as a strong contender for "sexiest man alive." Fetterman responded to the glowing reviews, saying: "glurghhhh."

At publishing time, Fetterman had also purchased some dress flip-flops and another shotgun in case he runs into any black joggers in D.C.

https://babylonbee.com/news/fetterman-prepares-for-senate-job-with-new-dress-hoodie
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The craziest prediction that "The Jetsons" made about life that far in the future was that a man could still support a middle class family of 4 by working in a factory.
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Amazing to watch the downfall of PA. I'm from NJ and there was a time that I considered retiring to PA so I could stay close to family. That time is long gone.
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There's talk of a Presidential campaign in 2024... Mellow
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DrafterX wrote:
There's talk of a Presidential campaign in 2024... Mellow



HAHA
I heard that this morning as well.
RayR Offline
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BIDEN / FEDDERMAN 2024!

YA BABY! It'll be apopa — acop — apoc — acopa — Apocalyptic!

https://twitter.com/RNCResearch/status/1590467220819148800?s=20&t=pYv7t5HJ8-znTLrf0GU1hg
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JGRAZ wrote:
Amazing to watch the downfall of PA. I'm from NJ and there was a time that I considered retiring to PA so I could stay close to family. That time is long gone.

After spending most of my life in PA I got out, just in time. Tom Wolfe was bad enough, but was an articulate fellow that walks upright and can string together some thoughts, even if you don’t agree with them. But this guy?!? This is the best option? Pennsylvania is a sea of red unfortunately offset by the populated islands of blue on each side of the state.
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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-34930042

Kovaleski(sp?) was just a reporter with a crippling chronic joint disability.
We've finally upgraded to stutterers and stroke victims.
JGKAMIN Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-34930042

Kovaleski(sp?) was just a reporter with a crippling chronic joint disability.
We've finally upgraded to stutterers and stroke victims.

Wait, somebody had a stroke? Fetterman was a knuckle dragger long before this election ramped up. Speak to the hand
RayR Offline
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Ya Frank, if you can't mock LEFTY duhmacracy's best and brightest, who can you mock?


Biden Call To Congratulate Fetterman Lasts Three Hours As Neither Can Form A Coherent Sentence

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Nov 9, 2022 · BabylonBee.com

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U.S. — President Biden's congratulatory call to John Fetterman for his senate race win reportedly lasted in excess of three hours because neither man was able to form a coherent sentence.

White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain was forced to adjust Biden's schedule as the call dragged on and on. Meetings on the economy, foreign policy, and immigration were canceled entirely. Fortunately, Biden was still able to keep his standing tea time with Kamala.

"They just sort of growled at each other after a while. It was very raw and animalistic, as you'd expect from great leaders," Klain said, advising Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on how best to spin the time-consuming call.

An excerpt of the official transcript of the call has been made available by the White House. A brief excerpt of the call follows —

POTUS: Look, Jack, you great, boy. Not a joke.

Fetterman: Me John. Who Jack?

POTUS: You Jack, man. Come on!

Fetterman: [unintelligible chatter]

POTUS: No. I'm serious! Think about it.

Fetterman: Uh, new phone. Who dis?

POTUS: Hello?

Fetterman: [heavy breathing]

POTUS: [heavy breathing]

At publishing time, White House aides deactivated President Biden's phone after he once again phoned to ask John Fetterman if the senator-elect would consider running for senate.

https://babylonbee.com/news/biden-call-to-congratulate-fetterman-lasts-three-hours-as-neither-can-form-a-coherent-sentence

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RayR wrote:
Ya Frank, if you can't mock LEFTY duhmacracy's best and brightest, who can you mock?


Biden Call To Congratulate Fetterman Lasts Three Hours As Neither Can Form A Coherent Sentence

POLITICS
Nov 9, 2022 · BabylonBee.com



While one spouse changed her husbands diapers mid-call the others spouse caught the dribble running from her man’s mouth. One thing they both could agree on, getting some good chocolate chip ice cream is more important than fixing an economy they consider strong as hell. Herfing
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yah yah, I'm fine wif off color humor. Really, as long as the truth of why someone is getting picked on is not lost.
That might clarify the difference between cruelty and compassion...attack the politics, sure, but not the disability.

fortunately for me, I married a speech and language pathologist (that's one person, not two) who worked extensively with stutterers and stroke victims who suffered damage specifically in areas of the brain that control speech and auditory processing skills.

neither condition makes one a moron, hopefully you'll never need to prove this. But if you do, perhaps you'd enjoy being mocked by Trump too, while you work diligently on overcoming your setback.
It might take years of effort, but it can be done.
MACS Offline
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^Should that person, while obviously impaired to such a degree, be a representative of ANYONE?

I think not. Get to therapy, get over your issue and then run for politics. The people propping him up are the ones that need to be ashamed.
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MACS wrote:
^Should that person, while obviously impaired to such a degree, be a representative of ANYONE?

I think not. Get to therapy, get over your issue and then run for politics. The people propping him up are the ones that need to be ashamed.


Tough and fair question. How late and under what circumstances is it appropriate or too late to make a change?
Georgians have to be wondering that. Hard to fathom they couldn’t find a more electable Republican than Walker.
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frankj1 wrote:
yah yah, I'm fine wif off color humor. Really, as long as the truth of why someone is getting picked on is not lost.
That might clarify the difference between cruelty and compassion...attack the politics, sure, but not the disability.

fortunately for me, I married a speech and language pathologist (that's one person, not two) who worked extensively with stutterers and stroke victims who suffered damage specifically in areas of the brain that control speech and auditory processing skills.

neither condition makes one a moron, hopefully you'll never need to prove this. But if you do, perhaps you'd enjoy being mocked by Trump too, while you work diligently on overcoming your setback.
It might take years of effort, but it can be done.

To be fair, Frank, no one thinks Biden is a fool because he stutters (or doesn't). People think he is a fool becase he says and does foolish stuff.

In summary, I think he is a senile moron who also happens to maybe have a stuttering problem.
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8trackdisco wrote:
Tough and fair question. How late and under what circumstances is it appropriate or too late to make a change?
Georgians have to be wondering that. Hard to fathom they couldn’t find a more electable Republican than Walker.


I think most people that would actually try to do a good job for their constituents don't want to get anywhere near politics.

And Walker, while not an ideal candidate, is clearly a better option than Warnock. Which I think is part of the problem... gotta plug your nose and pick one of them.
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A ton of money was spent by Democrats to get Hershel where he is on the premises Warnock could beat him... Same thing in Pennsylvania... Mellow
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The Viagra commercial says, "make sure your heart is healthy enough for sex." That's a really deep statement if you think about it metaphorically
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Stogie1020 wrote:
To be fair, Frank, no one thinks Biden is a fool because he stutters (or doesn't). People think he is a fool becase he says and does foolish stuff.

In summary, I think he is a senile moron who also happens to maybe have a stuttering problem.

I approve of that insult!

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DrafterX wrote:
A ton of money was spent by Democrats to get Hershel where he is on the premises Warnock could beat him... Same thing in Pennsylvania... Mellow

Cow Hampshire too. That Trumper got squashed yesterday by a vulnerable Dem.
Though it is legal to do that. Another tactic was to cross register for primaries to make sure the Trumpers got into the final round cuz he has become toxic...

I despise those tactics, as well as all the gerrymandering
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wait! Which Hershel got the money? There are 12 ya know.
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MACS wrote:
^Should that person, while obviously impaired to such a degree, be a representative of ANYONE?

I think not. Get to therapy, get over your issue and then run for politics. The people propping him up are the ones that need to be ashamed.

should a person claiming 12 personalities be scrutinized the same way?
And at least 9 of them are liars (college grad, dozens of employees, law enforcement officer., etc..)
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frankj1 wrote:
Cow Hampshire too. That Trumper got squashed yesterday by a vulnerable Dem.
Though it is legal to do that. Another tactic was to cross register for primaries to make sure the Trumpers got into the final round cuz he has become toxic...

I despise those tactics, as well as all the gerrymandering


The Tactic: Generally, the Republicans play the games better. They got outplayed, but they Trump endorsed candidates wouldn’t have been there if Trump didn’t endorse them.

GerryMandering you have an issue with?!

I’m pro- Beaver Cleaver.
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frankj1 wrote:
should a person claiming 12 personalities be scrutinized the same way?


At the same time, they’d be “celebrated” if the had 12 genders or pronouns.
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I would assume the 12 personalities have 12 genders.

Anything otherwise would be against settled science.
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so if Walker wins, will the GOP have 62 Senators?
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frankj1 wrote:
so if Walker wins, will the GOP have 62 Senators?


We wish! That kinda majority would help.
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frankj1 wrote:
so if Walker wins, will the GOP have 62 Senators?

Aren’t you the same guy calling for compassion for those with speech and/or cognitive limitations? Making repeated jokes about mental illness is ok though. I don’t see you following your own advice to attack the politics and not the disability.Shame on you

yah yah, I'm fine wif off color humor. Really, as long as the truth of why someone is getting picked on is not lost.
That might clarify the difference between cruelty and compassion...attack the politics, sure, but not the disability.”
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What do you get when you cross Quasimodo and Lenny Small?

A thread title.
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JGKAMIN wrote:
Aren’t you the same guy calling for compassion for those with speech and/or cognitive limitations? Making repeated jokes about mental illness is ok though. I don’t see you following your own advice to attack the politics and not the disability.Shame on you

yah yah, I'm fine wif off color humor. Really, as long as the truth of why someone is getting picked on is not lost.
That might clarify the difference between cruelty and compassion...attack the politics, sure, but not the disability.”

so there's a third "C" that I had assumed was obvious...comedy. I alluded to enjoying off color humor here in that very post you quoted!

My post was a joke about a person person claiming to have 12 personalities running for one office. The same person who has told several yuuuuggge lies about himself.

This followed others questioning why anyone would want a representative struggling with stroke related difficulties in finding the correct words to express his thoughts, thoughts that have not been stroke impacted....or stammering/stuttering while being able to form clear thoughts, with which some may disagree, but does not make either impaired regarding information processing.

Both of which are more physical rather than mental limitations.

But no qualms about Walker's claims about his mental disabilities? No one is worried about him in the Senate?
Compassion would be to help him off the stage and into treatment...find someone else who actually believes and lives by an antiabortion belief, if that's your issue.
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ZRX1200 wrote:
What do you get when you cross Quasimodo and Lenny Small?

A thread title.

now that's comedy!
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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-34930042

reposted as it's obvious no one watched. this set the tone for the ugliness that ensued...
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All marijuana is medical if you believe laughter is the best medicine.
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HA!

I'm feeling better already.
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Stogie1020 wrote:
To be fair, Frank, no one thinks Biden is a fool because he stutters (or doesn't). People think he is a fool becase he says and does foolish stuff.

In summary, I think he is a senile moron who also happens to maybe have a stuttering problem.




I c-c-c-couldn't have said it b-b-b-b-b-better..........Now g-g-g-go buy an electric v-v-v-v-vehicle.
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Biden/Fetterman 2024. It’s a no-brainer.
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Krazeehorse wrote:
Biden/Fetterman 2024. It’s a no-brainer.


All you guys discussing what is acceptable humor please refer to above.

That's FUNNY!
MACS Offline
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^That's hilarious.
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Krazeehorse wrote:
Biden/Fetterman 2024. It’s a no-brainer.


I'll +3 on this one.
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Krazee's jokes are always funny.
He's has "must read" status
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