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November 28, 2007

Tonight’s CNN/YouTube Debate: Keep the Dummies at Bay [UPDATED]

Filed under: Debate,Open Thread,Republicans — Psycheout @ 3:30 pm

I Want To BelieveNote: by “dummies” I’m not singling out Giuliani and Romney, nor am I referring to head dummy/dhimmi Ron Paul.

Yes, tonight is the CNN/YouTube debate for the Republican candidates. After the last such debate, which featured a talking snowman asking stupid questions about the fictional nonsense of global warming, many Republicans were naturally concerned about the suitability of the format. Carnival sideshow or Presidential debate? It’s undignified to be asked about fictional issues by fictional characters.

Fortunately, this time, CNN promises to keep the rabble and trufers at bay. We’ll see if the network remains true to its word and prevents the debate from degenerating into a three ring circus. But this is the level of questioning that could be expected from the “informed” public:

“If you would have taken the most-viewed questions last time, the top question would have been whether Arnold Schwarzenegger was a cyborg sent to save the planet Earth,” says Bohrman, the debate’s executive producer. “The second-most-viewed video question was: Will you a convene a national meeting on UFOs?”

Perhaps an intelligence test for registering voters would be a good idea. For example if someone answers in the affirmative to the question “are you stupid enough to even consider voting for Ron Paul?” they would be barred from voting. If a potential voter doesn’t understand that a vote for a Democrat is a vote for unrestrained socialism, registration would be denied.

Anyway, consider this an open thread to discuss the debate as it proceeds this evening.

I shall be watching to see what dress Giuliani decides to wear and to see if Romney is principled enough to stand up for his pledge to keep Muslims out of his Cabinet or if he chooses to flip flop yet again.

Update: Sorry to be so late in adding this. A live online stream is available from CNN. But I’m watching it on the television, since I really don’t want to add a Turner plugin. Why should I?

See also: You might want to read through and participate in the Race42008 debate discussion. At more than 350 comments so far, I suspect they will be starting a new one soon. Debate Open Thread II is up over at Race 4 2008. Join in!

Update 2: DaveG over at Race 4 2008 concludes that McCain and Romney were the “big winners.” I can’t say I completely agree with that assessment, but he makes some very good points. Romney was phony as always, but perhaps that what his fans like about him. I wonder what they thought of Bill Clinton?

Meanwhile, Rett Hatcher argues rather effectively with plenty of links to relevant commentary and polling data that, no, Huckabee ran away with it. Will this help his chances in Iowa?

Anyway, here’s my quick assessment:

  • John McCain and Mike Huckabee came out looking pretty good. They won by default. Actually McCain was more substantive than folksy jokey Huck, so surprisingly McCain edges him out. He had a decent night. But he wins since because expectations for the frontrunners is high. And they did anything but shine in the debate.
  • Fred Thompson‘s performance was fair, better than I’d seen him so far. Too little too late. Don’t quit your day job, Fred.
  • Rudy Giuliani had an off night, and most people seem to agree. That’s a good thing. Perhaps he was worried about and preoccupated with his latest potential scandal.  Rudy did throw a good barb at Romney though: “sanctuary mansion.”  (Mitt’s mansion apparently employed illegals.)
  • Mitt Romney, as usual, was completely phony all the way. I don’t get what people see in the guy: he’s a plastic robot. Phony as a three dollar bill. He didn’t recognize himself when shown a video of him speaking in favor of abortion. And no wonder. The guy’s a slippery chameleon. Slick Willard.
  • Duncan Hunter did okay but didn’t get much facetime. Only The Tanc got less. I think he clearly mishandled the gays in the military question, delivered coincidentally by the head of Hillary Clinton’s Gay Steering Committee. Dirty pool! I wonder who that question was actually intended to wound.  Still, Duncan’s a good candidate for Secretary of Defense.
  • Tom Tancredo did okay, but other than influencing the debate on illegal immigration, he’s done. Given the time he was allowed to speak, he might as well have stayed home.
  • Ron Paul continues to cloak his irrelevance with outrageous outbursts about conspiracy theories. Tell us more about the Trilateral Commission and the Illuminati, Ron. We love it.

Stupidest moment of the night: The final question about baseball (Yankees v. Red Sox) and Rudy and Romney’s pathetic and pandery answers were easily the stupidest most irrelevant garbage of the night. Fitting, since that describes these two awful candidates. Two big thumbs down. In the future, please forgo making the final question cutesy and funny. It doesn’t work.

— Psycheout


  1. […] Fun with Mistress? I just heard about this story when I tuned into CNN for tonight’s CNN-YouTube debate.  If true, I’d say it’s time to cook Rudy’s goose.  It’s a question of […]

    Pingback by Giuliani Using Taxpayer Funds for Fun with Mistress? « Blogs 4 Conservatives — November 28, 2007 @ 5:47 pm | Reply

  2. I hope they have quotas on billboard signs. That way, the applause isn’t going to be so badly distributed (i.e. when Paul rants about the gold standard, only 1/9 th of the people have an opportunity to cheer, rather than the usual 40% or something.)

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 28, 2007 @ 7:07 pm | Reply

  3. The debate could prove to be an interesting thing to check in on from time to time, but you have a lot to learn about the world before you are qualified to make any judgements on it one way or another.
    The fictional issue of global warming? Global warming is a fact, not a fictional issue. It’s happened before and it is happening now, this planet has gone through several warming and cooling stages, of course that was over 6000 years ago so it didn’t happen to that newly created place you live, but it did happen on Earth.

    Keep people from voting if they plan on voting for someone you don’t approve of? There is a word for that, and I believe that word would be “dictatorship”.
    A vote is not a vote if you only count the ones you want to count.

    Comment by Arn — November 28, 2007 @ 7:11 pm | Reply

  4. Get informed or stay stupid.

    Comment by Psycheout — November 28, 2007 @ 8:46 pm | Reply

  5. I think knowledge of how politics work should be required for voters. I’m surprised liberals aren’t agreeing with me, since they are often arrogant.

    Arn, remember the really screwed up polls in the 1996 election? Buchanan often overtook Dole by huge margins in the polls because his supporters are more passionate. This overlooks the average voter, however. Also, if too many Paul supporters go to a debate, it becomes a cheerfest rather than an actual debate. We want to know the politics of the average American, not those of a bunch of raving loons that want prayer and school AND pot. The two aren’t compatible. At all.

    Global warming is a joke. When the CO2 gases in the atmosphere outnumber the O2 gases, that doesn’t mean that the world is coming to an end. That means that there is a pollution cloud for at least a while, but it’s not going to stay around. Atoms and the angels and demons that compose them decay, you know, unless they are blessed to have the right number of ‘neutrons’ and be the ‘isotope’ God wants them to be. I agree with protecting the environment to the extent that we all aren’t breathing or drinking pollution, but it’s not worth cutting jobs to do. And don’t even get me started on eco terrorists. The only good thing they do is drag the Green Party down, since it’s permeated with so many of them.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 28, 2007 @ 9:31 pm | Reply

  6. If positrons and neutrons are angels and devils, then you eat a large amount of angels and devils everyday, making you a kind of divine cannibal,
    mister Hannibal_KKKorKKKer.

    Comment by Moxom — November 29, 2007 @ 7:30 am | Reply

  7. Some choice for repug president. One wears magical underwear, one wears women’s underwear, john wears his on his head, and huck steals them and takes them home. I don’t even want to know what ron does with his.

    Comment by larry — November 29, 2007 @ 9:42 am | Reply

  8. Ron Paul won hands down despite the lack of airtime the corporate pro-war pro-NAFTA/CAFTA/Open Border/WTO candidates. He’s gaining momentum.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 29, 2007 @ 9:53 am | Reply

  9. The other candidates get more airtime from the corporate media, despite the fact that Ron Pauls outraising them all financially now.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 29, 2007 @ 9:55 am | Reply

  10. Bobcock, nobody said the world was coming to an end, I said global warming was a fact not a fiction. There have been several periods of global warming in the past and all were accompanied by high levels of co2 in the atmosphere. What we are doing now is aiding in that warming by the overwhelming amounts of co2 that we pump into the atmosphere every day. Can we stop it by slowing down the amount of co2 we put out? No.
    But we can reduce the effects of warming and slightly slow the process, but in order to stop it we would have to completely stop the release of greenhouse gases and get rid of most of those already present, that is impossible.
    Global warming didn’t spell doom for the earth in the past and it doesn’t now. It will however lead to the extinction of many species of plant and animal life (several have already become extinct due to warming). Life is very fragile and there are many kinds of life that are reliant upon a very limited temperature range for survival and even a global difference of only one or two degrees can spell the difference between survival and extinction for many species.
    Of course all of this is meaningless in the presence of those that think money is more important. The Republicans are backed by big business and most notably by the big oil companies, so it is in their best interest to downplay global warming because they do not want it to interfere with all of their record breaking profits. Profits they make at our expense. If gas prices were really the result of higher price per barrel costs as they claim then their profits would be down or about the same, but their profits keep going up because they have the administration behind them and their rediculous price increases. When your costs go up you should adjust prices accordingly to keep from losing your profits, they take it several steps further in order to double their profits. Remember not long ago they said the prices went way up because oil was approaching 70 dollars a barrel. Prices reached that way back in the seventies and I can still remember stations that still had gas under 30 cents a gallon when the barrel price was close to 70 dollars. Now the barrel price is around a hundred dollars but that still isn’t enough to warrant over three bucks a gallon at the pumps.
    We need to find other sources of energy (oil wont last forever, there was, after all, only so many dinosaurs) but with the government backing the oil companies we can’t get the ok to develop other sources.
    And quite frankly, I understand very well how politics work. The only problem is politics don’t work, we have 6000 years of recorded history that proves that. Politics never worked and they never will, it’s one of mankind’s bigest mistakes.

    Comment by Arn — November 29, 2007 @ 10:24 am | Reply

  11. Should the Republican candidates refuse to have any future debates on the Commie News Network, where all the questioners are Democratic plants, all the time? Well, at least they aren’t afraid of answering the tough questions straight, unlike the cowardly Dems, who are deathly afraid of Fox and the shadow of Karl Rove.

    Comment by Lucretius — November 29, 2007 @ 10:33 am | Reply

  12. If positrons and neutrons are angels and devils, then you eat a large amount of angels and devils everyday, making you a kind of divine cannibal,
    mister Hannibal_KKKorKKKer.

    Comment by Moxom — November 29, 2007 @ 7:30 am

    Hate to have to correct you on anything here, but it is impossible to eat positrons. Nuetrons, protons and electrons, yes, but not positrons, they only occur in anti-matter, and you know what happens when matter and anti-matter come in contact with each other. Total destruction of both, that’s 200% efficiency as opposed to the less than ten percent effenciency of a nuclear explosion.

    Comment by Arn — November 29, 2007 @ 10:37 am | Reply

  13. hahaha, true Arn.
    (cool that you were the first to see the impossibility of my statement).
    We might have given them an idea now to create a human superbomb.

    Comment by Moxom — November 29, 2007 @ 10:53 am | Reply

  14. “Should the Republican candidates refuse to have any future debates on the Commie News Network, where all the questioners are Democratic plants, all the time? Well, at least they aren’t afraid of answering the tough questions straight, unlike the cowardly Dems, who are deathly afraid of Fox and the shadow of Karl Rove.”

    Comment by Lucretius — November 29, 2007 @ 10:33 am

    The only candidate to give a straight answer to any questions was Ron Paul. The rest of the candidates could’nt even answer straight onn a stupid worthless diversionary question about baseball.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 29, 2007 @ 12:15 pm | Reply

  15. Its clear that Johnnie McCain won the debate hands down. He was clearly the smartest person in the room.

    However, I have come across some disturbing information: McCain divulged information in an act of treason when he was a prisoner.

    “For the next four days, I was beaten every two to three hours by different guards . . . ”

    And instead of taking the punishment, McCain caved in and signed a document confessing to war crimes. And now he says he’s against torture! Yet torture worked and McCain spilled hits guts about details of his mission. Surely his actions caused the death of countless Americans.

    I think we should beat and torture ALL the candidates and see which one holds out the longest. That would be our best choice for president.

    Comment by Marty McPain — November 29, 2007 @ 1:17 pm | Reply

  16. Monkey McSpank clearly loves BDSM. You’re in the wrong blog.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 29, 2007 @ 1:25 pm | Reply

  17. I wish Hunter would win. He’s the best patriot, and from Cali, too! Reagan and Nixon, the best presidents we ever had (until the Dems framed Nixon; Clinton has done this too, you know) were from Cali. It’s beyond me how it turned to become a Blue State. Oh wait, it’s the Marin County/ San Francisco Sodomites/treehuggers. Other than them, only the gangsters vote Democrat, which we have a LOT of thanks to the Gold Rush / illegal immigration.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 29, 2007 @ 3:32 pm | Reply

  18. “Monkey McSpank clearly loves BDSM. You’re in the wrong blog.”

    I have no idea what you mean. I am a firm believer in the Bible and in God. Sometimes bad things happen to people as part of God’s plan. You have to accept it. Look at our saviour Christ.

    Don’t you know that HE was HAPPY to be whipped, beaten and crucified for your sins? YOUR SINS. Think about it. HE didn’t HAVE to get tortured; HE wanted to do it to save you.

    Comment by Marty McPain — November 29, 2007 @ 8:10 pm | Reply

  19. if he was so happy about it, then why did he commit blasphemy while on the cross?

    Comment by Arn — November 29, 2007 @ 8:22 pm | Reply

  20. Only gangsters would vote democrat, Bob?
    Well then I guess we should thank the gangsters for getting us through some of the toughest times in world history, Roosevelt and Truman (both Democrats) lead us through world war two and both were great leaders. Kennedy had some strange ways of doing things but he was also one of our best presidents, and his handling of the missiles of december (some of you may know it as the Cuban missile crisis) was sheer genius.
    Perhaps someday you will finally get it through that thick skull of yours that the party doesn’t make the man.
    Personally, if I were to make a choice from the field of candidates now in the running, I would have to go with Hillary. And it’s not what they have said in their campaigns (those words mean basically nothing, all candidates as a rule say what they believe those listening to them want to hear, they want votes and will say just about anything to get them) but it’s more because of her sex. Whether you other men here like to admit it or not, men have made a wreck of this country, and not just the present administration, men, by nature are power hungry, and they have that senseless penis envy thing, you know, the “mines bigger than yours” type attitude, and the shapes of their weopons emphasize that even further. So while the male leaders would prefer to go hosing down the countryside with their nuclear testosterone, a female may be more inclined to take care of her family at home (that would be us) and perhaps for a change pay attention to what we the people really want our country to be. Is Hillary a good enough woman to do this job? I honestly don’t know, but neither do you. People have been surprised by less likely candidates before.
    At the very least, we could rest easy knowing that with a woman in the whitehouse there wouldn’t be any more wars started. Just every 28 days some real intense negotiations.

    Comment by Arn — November 29, 2007 @ 9:44 pm | Reply

  21. “Nobody can make you feel inferior without your permission”

    Eleanor Roosevelt

    Comment by Arn — November 29, 2007 @ 10:02 pm | Reply

  22. “Well then I guess we should thank the gangsters for getting us through some of the toughest times in world history, Roosevelt and Truman (both Democrats) lead us through world war two and both were great leaders. Kennedy had some strange ways of doing things but he was also one of our best presidents, and his handling of the missiles of december (some of you may know it as the Cuban missile crisis) was sheer genius.”

    The states that didn’t vote for Roosevelt were the states that are now the most solidly liberal. Strange much? This is the one time that a taxation rate over 10% would be justified, since we had to recover from the idiot gold standard.

    Nothing wrong with Truman, either. The Democrat Party was starting to rupture some here, but he was fine. The Republican party has always had sound economics since the ’20s, but it was slow on getting Christianity to the scene until the Democrat activist judges started appearing. Then, it became on equal footing through much of the 50s.

    Eisenhower worked really well with everyone except Heliocommies like you, Arn. Both parties wanted him for a reason. I’d say he’s average.

    JFK was the destruction of the Democrat Party’s moral values, however. LBJ started the destruction of good Democrat economics, trying to start welfare when there’s no depression to come out of (when the Kenyesian economics got us out of the Depression). George McGovern was the last straw, since he is the founder of the modern liberal idiot ideas that permeate our streets today. He secretly worships a refrigerator handle, you know, and compares it to Yahweh.

    We didn’t have modern gangs, coincidentally, until the ’60s. Earlier gangs only succeeded because it was Prohibition. The ’60s brought marijuanacommies like you to start sinning and moping around. It’s around this time that ‘territory’ became the new feature of gangs, as hippies are highly anti-social people (it’s because they smell like donkey turds). This spread through the lower classes, particularly minorities that had no chance to actually USE their newfound rights, in large part because the actually deadly drug trade started now. Drugs and hos are now all that the lower class thinks about, and it’s thanks to you hippies once again. Bringing back the death penalty helped, but the coward Darwinist judges that run the courts don’t actually use it that often, meaning that the crime rate isn’t slowed as much as it should be.

    Anyways, who do you think the Black Panthers vote for? Democrats!

    On topic, I think we need to hypnotize Ron Paul to spill acid down Mitt Romney’s pants, thus combusting them in mid-air. Then, we can see his underwear and the extensive mind-control device that is implanted in it. The founder of the RINOs is deadly. Rudy’s a former Democrat, but he latched onto the RINO movement when he saw that supply-side economics (known and correct since 1980) had finally caught on in the Democrat Party, and the MSM likes Democrats a LOT more.

    “Nobody can make you feel inferior without your permission”

    Eleanor Roosevelt

    Eleanor was against the ERA, just like modern conservatives.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 29, 2007 @ 10:31 pm | Reply

  23. Bobcock: I do wish you would at least once actually get your facts straight before spouting all those lies, or are you really that badly misinformed. You know every time you tell a lie on here there is someone reading it that knows the truth.
    First, Eleanor Roosevelt was a strong supporter of the ERA. At it’s conception in 1923 she was already fighting for women’s rights and was very active in several groups that were for equal rights. In the 30s and 40s while her husband was in the whitehouse her official stand was apparently as opposed to the ERA (her position as first lady was partly to blame for her official posistion on the ERA) however after she left the whitehouse she became a strong voice for the ERA in the 50s. She also started her own newscolumn called “My Day” which was dedicated to the advancement of women and to giving women equal opportunities in business and equal pay for equal work.

    Do you think I give a sh** who the black panthers vote for? That was just a stupid statement, you have a lot of those.

    The sixties had nothing to do with bringing about what you call the marijuanacommies. The problems with marijuana started with an idiot like you in 1937. His name was Anslinger although Crapslinger would be a better name. His lies about marijuana started what would become the governments longest running mistake ever. 70 years of lying propaganda and fear tactics to keep it on the dangerous drug list. 6 out of every ten arrests in this country are for marijuana, most of those are of law abiding citizens whose only offense is smoking pot (it’s the only thing I do, I don’t drink or do drugs, and I am a law abiding citizen in all other areas) Yet it’s medical uses have been proven over and over again, (please don’t link back to your marijuana report on here, everyone now knows that the report that post was based on was false) and there has never been a single thing proven wrong with it. True, they keep trying, and they keep lying, but the fact is, it’s safer than any other drug including alcohol which is legal, and all negative research findings on it have been shown to have been paid for by either the government or as in the case with this sites report (marijuana ruins your mind) by the drug companies that don’t want their drugs (many of which really are dangerous) replaced with marijuana which isn’t dangerous.

    JFK, the decline of moral values. You are full of it. If you want to see the decline of moral values you need look no further than the present administration, mr bush (yes, I don’t feel his name deserves to be capitalized) and mr cheney (ditto) the new monarchy of America. Care to compare Republican arrests with Democratic ones? I could get you a list of each to compare, you will find that not only has the Republican party had more of it’s people arrested than the Democratic party, they have also been charged with worse crimes, including pedophelia, sexual assault, embezzelment, and tax evasion. Imagine that, raising our taxes and refusing to pay their own.

    On topic? I didn’t know the topic here had anything to do with pouring acid down people’s pants. That’s just the rambling of a demented and sadistic mind, but I can forgive you for that, everyone already knows that you are a sadistic bastard, between you and McPain there are more comments on torture, killing and nuking countries than there are comments on anything else. Your answers to everything are just kill kill kill,,, kinda sick don’t ya think?

    So far you are batting a thousand, you are wrong in every comment, yet you keep trying, that’s almost admirable, if it weren’t so stupid.

    And for the last time, only a complete hermit with no education whatsoever could continue to sit in the middle of an entire world full of unrefutable proof and still claim the world is flat. I’ve already started my survey of all the churches in the area, so far (with smiles, chuckles and even shock) all are convinced that this is just a big joke, no church has supported the flat earth theory for a long time now. When I am finished with my survey I will post all of the responces from each church. By the way, so far the most shocked response I’ve gotten came from the Baptist church here, most I’ve talked to were merely amused, but I think the pastor of the Baptist church actually got pissed off, he calls it a crime against the church to use the church as a basis for such outrageous and erroneous claims. I will keep trying, but I really think you are all alone in this, I’m not going to be able to find a church that agrees with you. But that’s ok, you’re smarter than the church aren’t you?

    Comment by Arn — November 30, 2007 @ 7:10 am | Reply

  24. KKKorkkker and McLame, you guys are just plain stupid. Kill the ERA and whip and torture Jesus for pleasure? Are you guys on drugs?

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 30, 2007 @ 10:19 am | Reply

  25. “Kill the ERA and whip and torture Jesus for pleasure”


    Space-Ho. You must either be a mormon or an atheist. Cause you sure can’t read. No one said we shoudl get pleasure out of whipping jesus, like some pagan roman. I said that Jesus was HAPPY to be whipped to save you. I am sure he looked forward to sacrificing himself so that the world would be saved.

    why can’t you understand plain english?

    Comment by Marty McPain — November 30, 2007 @ 12:01 pm | Reply

  26. “….Jesus was HAPPY to be whipped…..”

    Comment by Marty McPain — November 30, 2007 @ 12:01 pm

    I think it’s time for you to put down the crack pipe McLame.

    “My father, why have you forsaken me?” – JC

    I don’t see any pleasure or happiness in this quote from a statement made by Mr Jesus from the bible.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 30, 2007 @ 12:15 pm | Reply

  27. All christians should look forward to being whipped and beaten.

    Just listen to Paul: Philippians 3:10

    “That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death”

    Everyone should beat themselves with chains and starve themselves for 40 days. It’s the Christ-like thing to do.

    Comment by Marty McPain — November 30, 2007 @ 2:14 pm | Reply

  28. “Everyone should beat themselves with chains and starve themselves for 40 days. It’s the Christ-like thing to do.”

    Comment by Marty McPain — November 30, 2007 @ 2:14 pm

    You first.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 30, 2007 @ 2:24 pm | Reply

  29. Many Phillipines do this on at least holidays. We ought to give them nukes to fight against Japan, which is a great evil in our time.

    Arn, I don’t particularly support the invasion of property (War on Drugs), since that also means they can theoretically start a ‘War on Guns’, which unfortunately is already underway in the land of Sodomy and our nation’s capitol. But marijuana is deadly and should be illegal. Satan draws many to him with the foul stench of opium and marijuana, likely. How often do hippies take a bath? I’d think you’d be slightly better than the average hippie, Arn, but you’re probably still smelly. It’s between hippies and hillbillies for who is the smelliest person. I’m glad I have residence in Orange County so I can escape all you weirdos.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 30, 2007 @ 4:07 pm | Reply

  30. Spacebrother, the liberals have to do it first, since they have sinned more. We could put you all on conveyor belts going through San Fransico beating yourselves up so that the maximum amount of sinners possible can see you.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 30, 2007 @ 4:09 pm | Reply

  31. *Francisco

    Comment by Bob_Corker — November 30, 2007 @ 4:10 pm | Reply

  32. Reply to # 29
    “But marijuana is deadly and should be illegal.”

    (Wow, then millions of people would die of marijuana overdoses here in the Netherlands, Bob. strange that I never saw any evidence of that at all.)

    “How often do hippies take a bath?”

    (Once a day, Bob, we get a good massage after that as well)

    Comment by Moxom — November 30, 2007 @ 4:17 pm | Reply

  33. Tell you what KKKorkkker, you beat yourself with a chain and starve for 40 days and I’ll watch. How’s that sound?

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 30, 2007 @ 6:35 pm | Reply

  34. “I’m glad I have residence in Orange County so I can escape all you weirdos.”

    Comment by Bob_KKKorkkker — November 30, 2007 @ 4:07 pm

    I did’nt realise the Klan had an Orange County chapter. I thought they were all hicks from the south.

    I bet KKKorkkker grows his own weed.

    Comment by Spacebrother — November 30, 2007 @ 6:41 pm | Reply

  35. Sniffing glue is legal for KKKorKKKer…..go for it dude.

    Comment by Moxom — November 30, 2007 @ 7:56 pm | Reply

  36. Bob, there is just too much wrong with your statements to believe you even thought about them at all.
    If you can prove even one single case where marijuana has been deadly, then do so, otherwise, shut up, you don’t know what you are talking about, how many links would you like me to provide to prove you wrong on that, there are thousands to choose from? Give up on the dangers of marijuana issue, that’s not the topic and you wouldn’t stand a chance in that debate, you’re just too stupid.
    You can also give up on the hippie smell crap too, I’m sure I bathe just as often or more than all of you, shower every morning, and bath basically every night, but never the other way around.
    Speaking of smell, didn’t you say you were in Orange county? When I was through that way there was a smog alert and I assumed the county got its name from the color of the sky.

    Comment by Arn — November 30, 2007 @ 8:02 pm | Reply

  37. Oh no, don’t encourage KKKorkker to go on some bigoted Orangeist rant.

    Comment by spacebrother — November 30, 2007 @ 8:45 pm | Reply

  38. Captain KKorKK was too bananas at the moment to leave a fruitful orangeist reply…..maybe he is a vegetable after all.

    Comment by Moxom — November 30, 2007 @ 8:57 pm | Reply

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