Weekly B4V Sucks Thread

Posted: July 19, 2014 by Marner in Open Thread

Sorry that I’ve been dropping the ball here lately. Still in the contracting silly season. We’ve won one, but we still have two more to go.

  1. Does Noonan even qualify as a conservative or small government conservative when he talks about splitting california up. Let’s increase the government so we have more reps. That is what the House of rep is for. It seems like conservatives will do whatever it takes to have more power such as gerrymandering texas and florida. It just kind of annoys me

    • mitchethekid says:

      Noonan is a study in pathology. He’s an arrogant, pompous self- absorbed ass. He has delusions of grandeur that are wholly unjustified. He’s moralizing, judgmental and circumspect. He cannot tolerate being questioned and his entire worldview is rooted in his religion. I’ll bet he’s a closet child molester!

    • Don’t forget, he also thinks we should amend the constitution to include a prime minister.

  2. And that this country should be a Christian theocracy the way he believes our founders intended.

  3. Once again Cluster plays the race card. Anytime anyone agrees with him, it must be because they think he’s a racist. That’s not it, Cluster. It’s because we think you are wrong.

  4. Meanwhile, unseasonably cool weather continues at Wingnut Pond, proof that global warming is a hoax.


    • meursault1942 says:

      More proof that climate change is a hoax that’s all a sinister plot to take away our FREEDUMZ: World Breaks Monthly Heat Record 2 Times in a Row

      • rustybrown2012 says:

        Hey Cluster, I remember many months back you wished we would stick around long enough for you to rub our noses in it when global warming turned out to be an undisputed hoax. You were quite confident that a global cooling trend was underway, and time would prove you right. Well, were still here, old pal, and the evidence continues to stack in our favor. Where are you? Taking a dip in Spook Pond?

      • Well, the average temperature in Cluster’s neck of the woods this week is about 113. I’m not kidding. So he’s probably sitting in a darkened room with no electronics turned on except for the air conditioner.

      • 02casper says:

        Meanwhile, Spook can hardly wait for millions of people to lose their insurance and predicts they will be mad at Democrats if it happens.

  5. 02casper says:

    “watsonthethird says:
    July 19, 2014 at 10:09 am

    Once again Cluster plays the race card. Anytime anyone agrees with him, it must be because they think he’s a racist. That’s not it, Cluster. It’s because we think you are wrong.”

    The only person on B4V who was called out as a racist was neo and posts he’s made since getting kicked off he pretty much confirms it. I don’t believe the posters at B4V are racist, they are equal opportunity haters.

  6. 02casper says:

    I posted this on an earlier thread, but thought it was worth repeating. I would love that it be required reading for everyone.


  7. rustybrown2012 says:

    Sometimes the cretins voluntarily expose themselves for the anti-constitutional oligarchs they really are. Cluster:

    I have been thinking recently that those folks who do pay income taxes, and pay the freight of this country, should have a larger voice in where and how this country spends that money.

    Cant believe he just comes out and says this. As if this country doesn’t currently pander enough to the wealthy, Cluster actually advocates that rich kids be granted ruling privileges as a birthright while those parasites who are born poor should just yield to their betters, just like our founding fathers intended! So the disabled, elderly, poor veterans, etc. all want a say in how their country is run? Tough shit! Have them show Cluster a fat bank statement, then he’ll consider it. What a douchbag.

  8. rustybrown2012 says:

    Cluster and Spook are wetting their panties over the ridiculously partisan DC Circuit Court ruling that strikes down a key provision of the ACA. Apparently, the prospect of stripping millions of poor people of support for their health care coverage is highly stimulating to them, but too bad the stupid decision is destined to be overturned. From Slate:

    “One more reason I feel confident that the D.C. Circuit’s three-judge panel is on the losing end of this tug of war: Obamacare is increasingly popular. One recent survey found that 74 percent of newly covered Republicans are satisfied with the health coverage they’re getting through the law. Throw in newly covered Democrats and independents, and the rate goes up to 78 percent. Do all those governors who refused to set up state exchanges want the people in their state to be stripped of subsidies now? Does the Supreme Court want to pick up this ax and throw it? Surely the answer is no. Let’s count on the D.C. Circuit to come to its senses in the next round. If that happens, and no other full appeals court strikes down this part of the law, these cases will sputter out. As they should.”


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