"We think that Romney and Ryan are decent, honorable men. Yes, Romney might be a felon, and yes, Romney is a horrible vulture that preyed on the lives of hard-working Americans, and yes, they sound like squealing pigs, but they are decent and honorable. We're not, but they are"
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/08 … ling-pigs/
What is up with Obama/Biden and comparing their opponents to pigs? Seriously? How old are we?
The first "quote" in your post is not a direct quote from either Obama or Biden. It's your own quote. But you're trying to make it look like they are saying that. Naughty, Jaxson.
The actual quote is this:
"Over the objections where they sound like squealing pigs, over the objections of (Mitt) Romney and all his allies, we passed some of the toughest Wall Street regulations in history," Biden said, claiming Democrats ensured Wall Street is no longer a "casino."
Actually, I'm surprised Biden didn't take it one step further and say, "Yeah, we got all Deliverance on their a$$."
But seriously. Let's look at the lighter side of piggies. Enjoy!
Yeah, it's a JaxsonRaine Compress-a-Quote quote... much better than real quotes!
BTW, Obama found the 58th state: Oiho.
http://twitchy.com/2012/08/22/barack-ob … le-moment/
I'm almost done with sitting around the house passing time on forums. No more rational argument, time to degenerate into posting little quips and images. I don't even care which side. Maybe Wizard will appreciate these:
Now you're getting into the spirit, Jaxson!
Those photos are splendid.
Did you happen to see the video of Romney going to the hardware store and the grocery store being followed around by reporters?
"Hey, Mr. Romney. What you got there? What did you buy?"
"Uh, Hardware stuff."
"Hey Mr. Romney. What you got there? You having some people over?"
"Groceries. Yes. We're having some people come by."
Absolutely riveting reporting.
It's like politics around the globe is getting to be one dirty business! I remember when I was a young girl in high school having to know what was happening in current affairs, it was so much fun to read about a presidential race. I loved Reagan, not only because he was a handsome actor but because he was an honorable man. I didn't like Daddy Bush. I liked Clinton until he messed around with that woman and I do believe he did, the man was a lady's man! But American politics wasn't so muddy, leave that to Jamaica!
Our politics have always been poly-tricks but every time I pick up the paper or watch the news I am more shocked at how politicians have changed and trust me Jamaican politicians are the worst of the lot!
Or how about this? Bill O'Reilly's resident "body language expert" weighs in. Who knew he had body language analysis as a feature on his show? Not I.
Apparently this lady has been providing analysis since the Clinton days.
And apparently Mr. O'Reilly himself has become quite adept at interpretation.
Watch how he jumps in with his own commentary about what each candidate's hand gestures reveal about his character.
This is journalism at its best, folks.
Thank you, Jaxson, for making it "ok" to talk about the real issues of this campaign -- of any campaign!
http://video.foxnews.com/v/178560054500 … a-vs-ryan/
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