Skip to comments.Things You Should Never Ask A Democrat (Fun On A Wed. Morning)
Posted on 04/13/2011 6:28:29 AM PDT by tcrlaf
Just a little fun on an an early morning! Please fell free to add your own quips, on things that send our Democrat/liberal friends in to low orbit.
Mine so far: "So, have you seen real Obama's Birth Certificate, yet?"
"Have you paid your taxes lately?"
"How's those gas prices, eh?"
"What happened to your 'Close Gitmo NOW!' sign?"
How’s that No Blood for Oil thing working out?
When we getting out of Iraq?
How do you reduce your debt by spending more money?
Obama lied...our troops died.
How much did you give to charity last year?
So, contribute to Obama 2012 yet? (Especially effective when said liberal is unemployed!)
lol! I like it!
Trade in that clunker yet? (Don’t worry, you’ll get a chance next year).
“So, did you get a big tax deduction this year for your donations to the USO” ?
What is a Republic?
Can you recite the Pledge of Allegiance?
Do you know where your local military recruiting office is?
What are the 3 separate branches of government and what are their functions?
That should leave any Democrat dumbfounded for days.
Is Zero legitimate?
“A what point between 0% and 100% taxation do you become a slave?”
How many hungry children could we have feed for the cost of the war in Libya! :-)
Favorite knock knock joke to tell a democRat:
Kenya show me your birth certificate?
Is Obama’s 2012 re-election motto really, “I Think We Still Could”?
“Maybe we can”
“uh... we might?”
She lit into me, calling me a racist, and cursing Republicans and saying it was all George Bush's fault, blah, blah, blah.
I was going to follow up with, "Nice weather, huh?" but I decided I didn't want to take more abuse.
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Or...” I Hope We Can”
“I could do with some more glowball warming - how ‘bout you?”
How much is “enough ?”
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