Drunken Sailor, Also A Political Satirist [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago Funny

When it comes to Obama, apparently everyone"s a comedian...
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Male 1,461
Ha! Pretty funny.
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Male 15,832
[quote]If you use more than one quote tag per post, they tend to screw up.[/quote]

Thanks, 5er. The next time I answer several posts, I`ll use a separate post for each.
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Male 10,339
No crap znaught.

I just wish he would do it RIGHT.
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Male 36,558
If you use more than one quote tag per post, they tend to screw up.
[quote]You`re way to biased to have a sensical debate on anything. - madest[/quote]
Pot, meet kettle!
OR: This, comming from a troll? ROFL!
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Male 351
@auburnjunky: Saying that just because other presidents didn`t fix the issue does not mean that it is okay for the current president to fix the issue. Whether you like it or not, the issues is here now, during Obama`s presidency. It needs to be taken care of now before it gets beyond out control.
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Male 15,832
What`s wrong with the quote tags?
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Male 15,832
[quote"> OldOllie it almost sounds like you`d rather have the war than healthcare.[/quote">

Actually, that`s correct. The constitution REQUIRES the government to provide for the common defense, but it does not allow the government to run the health care system.

[quote">Here`s another graph that refutes OldOllies but is just another cut and paste from the web.[/quote">

...except that your chart doesn`t even include Obama`s spending. It wouldn`t even fit on the image. Nice try (not really)...

[quote">wow. you really are that stupid. It costed so much because bush screwed up the economy for everyone.[/quote">

You really should work on your grammar skills before you call anyone stupid. That was pathetic.

And if Bush lied about WMD, please explain this.

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Male 10,339
Reagan and Bush 1 didn`t do anything to make the issue better or worse. Reagan was too busy getting rid of the USSR and Bush 1 was too busy screwing up Reagans economic policies.

Bush 2, I did address. He signed congress` bill into law that made the bubble burst. What a maroon he was.
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Male 25,416
Awesome!
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Male 7,378
And once again you prove your ignorance. It`s clear to me you don`t even understand what Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac does. Nor do you understand credit default swaps (don`t feel bad most America doesn`t) Funny how your timeline jumps Reagan and Bush`s 1&2. You`re way to biased to have a sensical debate on anything.
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Male 102
Best thing I`ve seen on here in a long time. Epic win!
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Male 10,339
@madest: Carter enacted the Community Housing act which allowed banks to lend to low income families (equal housing). Clinton added to it, which caused banks to gamble to make money (created the lobby which resulted in the bill to get the rules changed you refered to.) The DEMOCRAT congress approved it, and pressured Bush to sign it, which he did (dumbass). The housing bubble burst shortly thereafter.

In summary: CARTER (Obama light) started it. CLINTON made it worse. The 2007 congress DESTROYED the housing market.

I`d say we are both educated on the subject.
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Male 7,378
AuburnJunkie, The housing bubble was not caused by and did not happen during the Clinton Administration. Wall Street lobbied congress in 2003 to get 2 rules changed that in essense allowed them to gamble with our money. This change resulted in toxic assets (bad mortgages) being worth more than good assets. That in turn drew banks into offering NINJA (no income, no job, no assets) loans to people who couldn`t afford them and became so lucrative that banks became predatory. Clearly you don`t know anything about the housing bubble and you allow your political leanings to cloud your truth.
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Female 1,401
@ linqun-COOL IT WITH THE ADVERTISING!!! im reading the comments and i just skip over urs cuz theyre just stupid ads 4 stupid accesories!!!
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Male 10,339
@blckhawk:

No. It was Clinton (and the Dem congress under Bush) that caused the housing bubble to burst.

So you are incorrect.

Moving on.
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Female 154
hilarious... I will refrain from reading the comments as it would ruin the hilarity
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Female 1,677
Hey you know what`s more boring than a political circle-jerk?

...

Hmm.
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Male 518
now i wonder what caused this debt.....oh yea! wasnt clinton....and was here before obama came...... that only leaves one....
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Male 206
People who don`t understand economics shouldn`t complain about it.

For that matter, people who have no concept about what actually happened between 2001 - 2008 should pretty much just STFU about everything.
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Male 1,351
yay...another politically charged comments section. Joy...
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Male 64
@OldOllie

wow. you really are that stupid. It costed so much because bush screwed up the economy for everyone.
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Male 237
@madest
that chart would be even more convincing if i could read the fkn thing
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Male 7,378
I call BS on OldOllies graph. By it`s standard Bush was only $400 billion in the red in the final year of his presidency. Clearly that graph doesn`t count the money Bush deliberately kept off the books. Here`s another graph that refutes OldOllies but is just another cut and paste from the web.

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Male 440
aaawwww politics
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Male 62
"Bush didn`t lie, If the information was bad that`s not Bush`s fault."

Yes. Yes it is his fault. Most definitely his fault. Absolutely his fault. As the leader of the greatest nation in the world, the most technologically advanced civilization, the greatest military and the greatest divisions of SIGNET and intelligence analysis known to mankind thus far, it is unequivocally his fault. There are more than one hundred books books with excruciating details chronicling the events that define one of the worst presidencies in our history. The events leading to our 5 current wars was sparked by catastrophic failures of people in positions of power that had no training nor business being in those positions. I suggest you start reading them. Start with James Bamford`s The Shadow Factory, he actually cites his sources by name.

Now as for the spending: Would much rather have a president spend 2 trillion on my fellow Americans and I, than on some Bagombo Snuff Box.
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Male 3,819
Winnnnnnnnnnnah!
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Male 1,505
As a former drunken sailor, I find this to be LOL-worthy.
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Male 17,512
[quote]Bush lied about a war that ultimately will cost the American taxpayers much more than a trillion dollars.[/quote]

If you are going to start painting with that brush, Might i remind you that Bill Clinton had the same information during his administration. Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and most other democrats voted for the war based on the same information Bush had.

Bush didn`t lie, If the information was bad that`s not Bush`s fault. The information was confirmed by the British as well and that`s why they chose to assist us. However, WMDs were found. Chemical agents were found in artillery shells hidden away, The mobile chemical trailers were found, Several Russian MIGs were buried under the sand. Hell, Saddam even buried himself trying to hide! Who knows what else he hid away or smuggled out of Iraq during the ramp up to the war.
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Male 63
As a former drunken sailor I can assure that Mr. Hargraves is mistaken. Although I do agree with his choice of retiring in Worland.
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Male 265
"OldOllie > it almost sounds like you`d rather have the war than healthcare."

Amen. The issue shouldn`t be about who is spending more money, but rather the motivation behind the spending.
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Male 10,440
OldOllie > it almost sounds like you`d rather have the war than healthcare.
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Male 15,832
jamie76, you won`t win the argument by using bad behavior to excuse worse behavior. Most conservatives strongly opposed Bush`s profligate spending - he never vetoed a single spending bill - but at it`s worst it wasn`t even close to what Obama`s doing.

Obama has spent more money in two bills - stimulus and health care - than Bush spent on 2 wars during his entire administration, and in 2 years he will have added more to the national debt than Bush did in 8.

Yes, the TARP bailout was done under Bush, but Sen. Obama voted for it, too. I would also note that Obama joined the Democrat filibuster to block tougher regulation of Fannie and Freddy that would have mitigated if not prevented the subprime mortgage meltdown.

As a libertarian, I agree that they`re all retards, but the Dems` bus is way shorter.
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Female 3,828
LOL lion! volcano story is epic. should be marked in the iab hall of fame.

you just made my day
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Male 62
"Obama is adding to it to the tune of 2 trillion a year."

Can you give me a source please?
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Male 10,339
@boredfjord:

"The latter actually cost more than TARP and the stimulus combined, and they cost more than twice as much as the health care bill."

Not twice as much as the health care bill is projected to cost though.

Bush ran a 2 trillion dollar deficit from the beginning to the end of his run.

Obama is adding to it to the tune of 2 trillion a year.
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Male 10,440
Lol... tuche newspaper, tuche.
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Male 8,302
Debating Politics is like pooing in the crater of a volcano. Its way too powerful for your poo to make any difference, it`ll only be noticed by people who are already looking for it, and even though you may change its color ever so slightly, the next eruption will be just as smelly and life-destroying as the current one.
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Male 1,297
"I`m unemployed and I`m a drunk. But I`m not a sailor. Is Obama and Congress spending money like the drunk unemployed?"

gtf off your computer XD
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Male 928
My last post was unclear. I meant to say that the Bush tax cuts cost more than twice as much as the health care bill, not that TARP and the stimulus combined cost more than twice as much as the health care bill.
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Male 928
Bush and Reagan both ran huge deficits, both with Republican majorities in Congress.

"Everyone who is blaming Bush, do remember which party held both houses of Congress during his terms..."

The Dems only had a congressional majority during the final two years of Bush`s second term. The Republicans held Congress for the first six years of the Bush presidency, and Bush still ran huge deficits, largely because of the wars and the tax cuts. The latter actually cost more than TARP and the stimulus combined, and they cost more than twice as much as the health care bill.
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Male 327
Lol...Off topic I`d just like to say, the spammer below makes me laugh, they say "Accept the Paypal" which sounds like a demand instead of a feature lol...Anyway, thumbs up to the drunken sailor for not getting a multi-trillion dollar debt
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Male 3,431
Hell Yes.
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Male 294
I`m unemployed and I`m a drunk. But I`m not a sailor. Is Obama and Congress spending money like the drunk unemployed?
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Male 3,430
Everyone who is blaming Bush, do remember which party held both houses of Congress during his terms, particularly his second, where the most spending occurred... if you want to blame Bush, blame him for not vetoing some stuff Congress passed.
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Male 619
What do we do with a drunken sailor?
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Male 1,149
Brilliant
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Male 813
madest. Try harder.
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Male 716
I applaud this man.
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Male 591
Quite right, madest.
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Male 7,378
Bush gave a trillion dollar tax break to the top 10% of earners. Bush lied about a war that ultimately will cost the American taxpayers much more than a trillion dollars. Bush started the bailouts. Hundreds of billions of your teabaggin tax dollars spent to prop up an economy his own administration had weakened. Obama kept the trend and the reality is TARP money is being repaid and many economists believe we will make money on the deal. Bush spent like a drunken sailor. Obama is spending to repair the damage. Canadians wouldn`t understand.
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Male 9,306
HAHAHA! XD
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Male 36,558
lolz, why spend what you have when you can spent other people`s money just as easily?
And Obama is waaaay past 1 trillion into debt. In just 1 year vs 8 for Bush. Hope! Change!
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Female 22
Wow
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Male 112
WIN
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Female 2,352
Do drunken sailors really have that much money to blow?
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Female 728
Heureux: How is Obama like a Republican?
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Male 1,882
"the decifit spending was BUSH, the bailout was BUSH, 1 trillion and counting for two wars BUSH

let me know when Obama even gets near that"

Woah, Rip Van Winkle! Where have you been? :-D
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Male 1,054
NoArms5534

Just because you issue an empty dismissal doesn`t mean you have any idea what you are talking about.

Besides, Obama is essentially a Republican posing as a Democrat.
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Male 699
win
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Male 504
Hey jamie76 you do not have the slightest idea what you are talking about.
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Male 196
jamie76: just because you keep saying it does not make it true.
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Male 2
hes already there, take a look at the budget, Obama and the dem congress already surpassed bushes entire presidency in 10 months.
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Male 239
@jamie

Just because Bush spent way too much money doesn`t mean Obama is allowed to spend way too much money. Do you think there is a rule that you`re allowed to be as pooty as the president before you? Cause that seems like a terrible way to go.
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Male 7,378
Republicans haven`t come to terms with their president enshrining himself into the top ten list of worst presidents ever.
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Male 2,345
so exactly how is Obama spending more money than sssaaayyyy BUSH...the decifit spending was BUSH, the bailout was BUSH, 1 trillion and counting for two wars BUSH

let me know when Obama even gets near that and let know know when republicans will STFU and realize their man, BUSH, outspent them all and then some and THEY WERE HAPPY TO LET IT HAPPEN.

republics = bigger retards than democrats...not by much but enough
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Male 352
lol, that was pretty funny.
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Male 4,807
Smart sailor. LMAO
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Male 522
lawl
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Male 12,365
He has a point.
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Male 19,888
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