Hey movingout. ^5
People should find your link interesting…I mean people people that is… not the other kind of people.
Yeah, that sure swayed me. I love political ads laced with stupidity and profanity. That was a twofer.
Too base for your taste, eh?
This one should be more to your liking, then.
Only Tia Leoni uses profanity (bleeped) here.
We've moved from "5" to "6"
Do I hear "7"?
Anyone got a political ad with the number SEVEN?
Here comes another salvo on the war on women
I'll see your binders and raise you............................................................................................................................................................................................
BTW, I think it's been something like 12 hours since I've heard the word "binders."
Time to get with the meme of the day, eh?
Ok, what is the left offended with now? Some obscure politician said women were like farm animals? Newsflash, some really are!
I think it's Romney's son being an extremely violent man, who kicks dogs off of the roofs of peoples' cars for fun.
Yeah, that's it.
If Hollywood had to stop and make a PSA every time some yahoo from the Tea Party made a derogatory crack about women, there'd never be any movies.
I am not aware of any Tea Party folks making cracks about women.
Not Joe Walsh, say it ain't so.
Republican Georgia state Rep. Terry England compared women to "Farm Animals" during their session voting on abortion.
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How many of you guys hub about politics?
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