Skip to comments."Joe the Plumber fantasizes about havung a business", Joy Behar, The View
Posted on 10/16/2008 8:18:21 AM PDT by DallasBiff
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Oh, hey folks, look - MurryMom’s chimed in!
Must be a slow day down at Obama campaign headquarters.
More like “ELECT OBAMA AND SPREAD YOUR ASS!”
You almost nailed it with that pic. As I was watching last night, it hit me: B. Hussein Obama (aka Senator Government) is a cross between Mr. Spock and Captain James T. Kirk. He has Spock’s ears and facial structure and a speech pattern just like Kirk’s. He does have Lt. Uhura’s coloring, though.
What makes her so special?
She would prostitute herself for 1/10th of 1% of a rating share.
The true inspiring story of an inventor that won fighting a giant auto company that stole his invention....
PS... Then Obama came and took all the inventor profits in taxes...
So what's the point of trying
What’s the matter? Are you afraid you won’t get a raise if Obama doesn’t send it to you?
Once again, Joy Behar (pictured above auditioning for the upcoming MSNBC reality show, So You Think You Can Be Bill Clinton's Next Intern?) extends her mouth without benefit of brain.
Dreams of having a business? How disgusting! Ewwwww!
thanks for giving us the play by play on her speech earlier today in Maine. As much as I hate the thought of what she is sacrificing in the way of time with her children to be VP, my entire family is praying that we will get our miracle,and have a McCain/Palin team in the WH in January.
Nothing sexist — I’m just a single adoptive homeschooling mother of four who see her children’s needs, which are HUGE even compared to what most of us face each day. I’m torn by wanting her desperately in leadership, and knowing what her children are missing out on with their Momma.
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