Rick Santorum: Gifts from Gods

Submitted by: captkangaroo 5 years ago in Funny

Caution: A wee bit rapey.
There are 26 comments:
Male 41
why was the boss from workaholics in there
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Male 101
Nice,A potential child is just a thing he put into your body. Not the kids fault you got raped.
No wonder woman today are such horrible moms,they only think of themselves.
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Male 7,123
Cajun

<i>Increasing taxes on those who make more money is tantamount to penalizing success.</i>

Or in many cases, failure. Bankers who trashed the economy or CEO`s who drove businesses into the ground are still pocketing millions.
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Female 399
Did not watch; wept instead. Moving to a Scandinavian country. Peace, America.
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Male 289
..."she was like NO,NO..at first,then was Oh yes,jesus,oh God,oh God..soo,you see,your Honor,i bring her happiness and Jesus into her life"
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Male 15,261
America you`re going to elect this guy and we`ll all be laughing at you when it happens.
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Male 10,855
It is the high corporate tax rate and 75000+ page fulls of economic distortions that encourage many (not just wealthy elites) to find creative ways of sheltering their money in offshore bank accounts. It is also our country`s exhaustive code of regulations on top of a minimum wage that encourage many companies to move jobs elsewhere.
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Male 10,855
[quote]The bigger problem is that our tax structure encourages the wealthy to live off of investments rather than working[/quote]

Well if those investments were built up by years of hard work then the point is moot.

[quote]investing in stocks and bonds instead of investing in a business (buying stock is NOT investing in the business), and increasing the disparity of wealth of the US instead of decreasing it.[/quote]

That`s where you`re wrong buying stocks IS investing in business as the company that sells it uses it to raise capital, which is then ultimately invested in creating more jobs and increasing output. The perceived "wealth gap" is nothing more than an illusion based on deliberate misinterpretation how various revenues are taxed.
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Male 719
"Increasing taxes on those who make more money is tantamount to penalizing success."

No, it isn`t.

At the end of the day, people who make more money will always take home more money than those who have made less (excluding Social Security and Welfare, obviously).

The bigger problem is that our tax structure encourages the wealthy to live off of investments rather than working, investing in stocks and bonds instead of investing in a business (buying stock is NOT investing in the business), and increasing the disparity of wealth of the US instead of decreasing it.
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Male 10,855
[quote]On the other hand Romney would be doing things like deregulating business, cutting capital gains taxes, providing more tax breaks...things that the vast majority of Americans just don`t understand. Before we know it, the class divide would baloon and we`d be on a path to some sort of new finanacial meltdown as instituations that are `too big to fail` take insane risks with the global economy for 2% higher quarterly gains.[/quote]

Whilst I don`t contest the premise of your comment I do have a problem with this particular aspect of it. Increasing taxes on those who make more money is tantamount to penalizing success.
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Male 1,510
Why is a human from rape worth less than a planned human? This does not make sense to me. If it`s a viable baby, from rape, incest or planned, it doesn`t change the fact that we are talking about a viable human being here. Clear logic to me.
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Male 715
I wish we could have clinton as president again...
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Male 506
@LordJim, I`m in complete agreement with you. I sincerely hope that Santorum gets the nomination. I`d even accept President Santorum over President Romney/Gingrich because Santorum`s agenda is something that we can all understand and have a national discourse on. Abortion rights, birth-control, seperation of church-and-state...I`m up for having those debates. Chances are slim that he`d be able to enact (or really even want to) any of the policies he`s been spouting recently.

On the other hand Romney would be doing things like deregulating business, cutting capital gains taxes, providing more tax breaks...things that the vast majority of Americans just don`t understand. Before we know it, the class divide would baloon and we`d be on a path to some sort of new finanacial meltdown as instituations that are `too big to fail` take insane risks with the global economy for 2% higher quarterly gains.

Yeah, let Mr. Rape-baby-is-a-gift-from-God win...please
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Male 506
@Gerry1of1, How do you argue against an opinion with facts?
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Female 1,743
LordJim, you`re giving conservative Americans too much credit. They don`t use logics anymore :P
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Male 7,123
If Santorum gets the candidacy it will be good for both Obama and the Republicans.

For Obama because he will win easily. For Republicans because they will finally se that pandering to extreme right, theocratic, authoritarian nutters is a losing game.
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Male 1,810
I`m just an up-north bystander, but if Santorum`s opponents are resorting to this type of ridicule, would that mean his message is hitting a nerve or two, and alot of people are responding favorably to him ??
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Male 25,416
Well thats something i didnt need to know
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Male 1,122
Who let those women outside without an escort?
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Male 43
"It`s never polite to look a rape horse in the mouth"
That made me lol a mouthful of tea out of my nose :D
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Male 39,902

If you can`t argue with facts, belittle the message.


P.S. I`m not a Santorum fan...any kind of santorum.
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Male 10,855
Amen sistas!
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Female 2,525
Spot on.
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Male 2,669
They pegged ol` Frothy pretty well.
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Male 6,737
I do love how guys like Santorum, Romney, infact ALL the republicans would never stand a cat in hells chance of running as president in any country aside the USA.
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Male 3,208
Link: Rick Santorum: Gifts from Gods [Rate Link] - Caution: A wee bit rapey.
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