Sure it was! I’ve read their humor before. And you can call me ‘Perrywinkle’ all you want. I’m old enough to realize
what happens in the pre primaries.
I have watched for years and every time one of these “humor” posters spout their venom, then other bottom dwellers rise and add to it.
Every election irreparable damage is done to candidates until the ‘chosen one’ is the only one left standing ie: George H.W.Bush, G.W Bush, Bob Dole, John McCain, Mitt Romney.
Do you see the pattern here? Mitt Romney seems to be the ‘chosen one’ now because he ran last time and was unsuccessful so it’s ‘his turn.”
As long as every candidate on our side is ripped and torn apart until they are no longer viable this will keep happening. I’m just sick and tired of not having a choice when
it comes to the primaries not to mention the election. I’m not neccessarily a Perry supporter but I would like to read about all the candidates without the same individuals making the same mind numbed statements on every post.
Perry has ideas I like, Cain has some ideas I like, love his personality, Newt is brilliant but he doesn’t have a very good track record on sticking to the issues and seeing completion before he goes sailing off in another direction.
But because of all the crap on these posts that are not constructive critisms a lot of people I know are not even checking them out any more.
So you can report back to your buds that y’all are at least partially successful.
Looky, dude, we’ve more than well vetted, debunked and dismissed these guys a LONG time ago (Slick Willard, La Raza Rick, Dr. Demento & Naughty Newtie). It’s not our fault you’re late to the game. You want intensive posts going over their records, go look up posts from months (or years) ago. Right now, all we have is crapola/spam from CW pimping a candidate behind Ron Paul in the polls. That is the joke.
I take pity on them, though.
These are clearly people who never got to sit at the "cool table" in the high school cafeteria and weren't invited to senior prom.
Rather than grow up and get over it, they retain that resentment and continue to band together in their tiny groupthink club, making "jokes" more juvenile than middle-school kids themselves make.
Personally, I'm entertained watching them think they''re funny.
I agree with your assessment of the damage their immaturity can do, though.
They never figured out why people didn't like them when they were teenagers...and they still haven't figured out why they're generally disliked.
They just giggle and reinforce each other.