Discussion in 'Politics' started by ginscpy, May 4, 2012.
like that is something to be proud of
Sounds like you're Koch-ing the books to make up shit about Obama. You folks really are pathetic and desperate.
Wasnt a typo.
Everybody knows Bacrack Obama was a cocaine user. - by his own admission
Coking the boks? really motherfucker? how much have you had to drink today?
What do you accomplish, posting stupidity like this? Seriously.
Oh, so you're a moron by choice.
Yeah, he tried cocaine as a young man - and no one gives a shit. You know, like how Republicans try it and then deny it because you're liars and hypocrites.
I love cokingthe boks!
Sober up, cowboy.
The White House Office of Communications has been busy dispatching their "Flying Monkeys" lately. Are their marching orders signed by somebody over at mediamatters, perchance?
Rick Santelli has been busy with his acetyline torch and his "B" tank burning the backsides of Mr Obama's Economic Planners lately. Its certainly no little 1 quart container of compressed propane with an attached nozzle that you might find at Home Depot he's been using. It leads you to wonder when Jeffrey Immelt is going to think to himself "Enough is enough!" and tell his lackeys at Comcast and NBC Universal to finally shed that perennial thorn in Mr Obama's side. How can Mr Obama present his world through "Rose colored glasses" adequately enough to gain re election this November when one of the people employed by Mr Obama's media mouthpiece keeps throwing 'poo' on the glasses every time they get them cleaned up? I'm sure Fox Business Channel would find room in less than a heartbeat for Mr Santelli, should Mr Immelt decide its time to sever those ties that bind in Mr Santilli's case.
Rick Santelli Blasts Liberal Media’s “Ostrich Economics” (Video) | The Gateway Pundit
cocaine is a hard drug
weed you look the other way - everybody has used it - if you say you didntyou afre a liar
Obama gets away with cocaine use - because cocaine still doenst have the stigma of heroin and meth etc.
Cocaine was widespread and mainstream in the 70s and80s.
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