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Comment: Room for more conspiracies yet! (Score 1) 3

by damn_registrars (#49353055) Attached to: Does #OccupyResoluteDesk Read Slashdot?
I counted at least three silly conspiracies that you stuffed in there. Can't you bring it home for us and tie it in to Benghazi or President Lawnchair's birth certificate?

Granted, your newest one in here - that facts themselves are just democrat conspiracies - is quite a doozy - but I know you have more up your sleeve yet. Come on, tell us how this speech was itself an impeachable offense!

Comment: Re:If only. . . (Score 1) 78

by damn_registrars (#49326171) Attached to: The Kevlar Kandidate Wants A 7-Day Workweek, No Days Off
Hold on, I'm too busy destroying old copies of President Lawnchair's real Kenyan birth certificates to take questions on the Health Insurance Industry Bailout Act of 2010. I'll have to get back to you once I have satisfied the leader on this matter.

On a more serious note, the religious grandstanding within your party is in some ways similar to the sunni-shia conflict in Islam. You have a small loud faction that are dedicated to spreading their preferred message - and supporting their declaration of themselves being the best adherent - while most people could really care less. The problem though is that much like the sunni-shia conflict, your conflict gets more news than the millions who don't make a huge fuss over it. In the end you end up giving everyone else - including those who have no preference in the religious front at all - a black eye.

Comment: Re:He's just in a hurry to get to the future (Score 1) 78

by damn_registrars (#49322575) Attached to: The Kevlar Kandidate Wants A 7-Day Workweek, No Days Off

You never heard me say I abstain.

You've given more reason to believe that you have not voted since 2000 than that you have. Considering you either don't want anyone else to vote - or at least, you don't want anyone to vote for any candidate who is actually alive and on a ballot - it is perfectly reasonable to conclude that you haven't voted either.

I'm sorry that logic and reason offend you so greatly.

Comment: Re:He's just in a hurry to get to the future (Score 1) 78

by damn_registrars (#49309647) Attached to: The Kevlar Kandidate Wants A 7-Day Workweek, No Days Off
The only vote you have claimed to have cast in a presidential election in the past 2 decades led directly to the invasion of Iraq. That war is yours, dumbass; own it. And stop telling people they were wrong in voting in the elections where you couldn't bother to show up to the polls yourself, you worthless hypocrite.

"Be *excellent* to each other." -- Bill, or Ted, in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure

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