Discussion in 'Politics' started by Xiph0, Sep 1, 2008.
Well, I know what I'm doing tonight.
^ One of the conservative douchebags in my office emailed that out today. Note that it plays at bashing both candidates, but look closer plox.
Romney made me drink more than Obama. And i'm never doing a "3rd person" or "goes overtime" drinking rule again.
And hey, we can all accept a fun drinking game no matter who puts it out.
I'm all for any drinking game, liberal or conservative produced, for presidential debates. God knows that's almost always the only useful thing to come from them.
In truth, this next video is not funny at all. In hindsight, it's terrifying.
There's a whole bunch of them, and they wouldn't make sense even when translated. I chose the one that hits most closely to something that might make sense.
It's the agitation to vote for "Lithuania's peasant and green movement coalition"
Yes, these have been airing during tv commercial breaks for the last two weeks.
...What the fuck is that??
That does not make sense.
The fuck did I just watch?
Poland reaches out to the Death Metal vote.
And since Mittens is planning on offing PBS...Occupy Sesame Street
Well, someone clearly hired Fred Davis, who is responsible for the Demon Sheep Ad.
In England that is already true.... And I don´t think that there is much difference in the privacy politics of Obama and Romney.
Am I the only one that finds it weird that every time someone points out US privacy violations someone will pop in and say "But, but, but in England they have CAMERAS! In PUBLIC! Uh huh.And you can't say racist things. At least we're free."
(The post I quoted isn't as bad as some I've seen but I wonder why people feel the need to say it)
Because its like one of those situations where you're like, "Man, I've been so sick, I think I'm dying." And someone else is like, "Man, shit, I did almost die, I saw the white light and everything. Nigga, you ain't sick, I'm sick."
I find myself... somewhat ambiguous about the cameras. Of course, there's all that privacy hoo-hah, but I don't think I've been affected much personally by it. And frankly, if someone wants to watch video footage of me walking down a street, that's fine by me.
I think that it's a non sequitur, I don't think that even the American constitution guarantees privacy in public spaces. Are the cameras in private spaces or something? Or are people worried about the future becoming a Cory Doctorow novel?
I've definitely seem weird shit from the US government that would worry me more than that. And yet Americans are so gleeful in their mocking of the British. *shrugs*
I couldn't help but think of Obama's Big Bird ad. He's getting pounded from the left, right, and center.
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