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Jan 19, 2012 mcDamon commented on Newt Gingrich: Doing Monogamish All Wrong.
We all know that Gingrich is a Benedict Arnold in the bedroom...old news. What should be more talked about is how none of that matters to the American proto-Fascists known as the Tea Party. The TP is infected with an entrenched 'groupthink' who's foundation has been laid by the Evangelical community since the 80's, using religion's ability to inculcate a heard-like mentality; then Fox News began to harness that heard by making them feel like rugged individualists (btw, groupthink happens on the 'Left' as well, wtf was that cult-like 'Human-Mic'?!). The real story is that their 'groupthink' has festered to the point that they will support anybody who vigorously tows their vitriolic party line, regardless of what tomfoolery, skullduggery...or facts...get in the way. These are dangerous times when facts and history matter less than bluster and baloney...
Nov 26, 2010 mcDamon commented on Is the SPD Out of Control?.
Eww, Mr. Cartman was better in character... I'm all for 'whopin' Hippies...but now you seem like a racist who is afraid of our nation's future demographic shift toward a more swarthy complexion. ("Are they really minority's anymore?")

Don't be afraid...our dicks will get bigger and our dancing will be better.

Nov 26, 2010 mcDamon commented on Derp Derp Car Pun.
The Rock rolls harder than two-day old Bisquick?
Nov 26, 2010 mcDamon commented on Derp Derp Car Pun.
The Rock rolls harder than obese Asian algebra?
Nov 21, 2010 mcDamon commented on I, Anonymous.
This is a good piece of writing...simple, powerful...painfully beautiful...
Sep 12, 2010 mcDamon commented on The American: Mood Killer.
Bah! And I can't believe that you gave Mr. Clooney points for leaving his 'Rat-Pack' persona at the door...fair enough, but if he doesn't on the way pick up a decent story then whats the point? I suppose any famous actor that reverses our expectations would get an Oscar by this logic...never mind the fact that 50% of this movie was him driving a Fiat around the ugly part of Italy...
Sep 12, 2010 mcDamon commented on The American: Mood Killer.
Hello...a plot in this movie would be nice...

Stupid Stranger, this movie was pretty ugly, boring, and spineless...

Leave the pensive space gazing to French movies about sad clowns...
Aug 18, 2010 mcDamon commented on Overkiller Queen.
Jeeze, leave it to us pretentious, non-dancing, wall-flower infested, Seattlites to say so many negative things about GaGa...
Get a life you vapid hipsters, a bit of quality techno-pop might actually make you smile.
Aug 14, 2010 mcDamon commented on The Oddities About 9/11 We Can't Explain Away.
People who believe this nonsense help perpetuate the ridiculous notion that militant Islam is not a true threat. Sometimes these same individuals ponder how it was the West's fault that Al-Qaeda and the Taliban exist...
They drove planes into those buildings because we don't shoot women for reading, or chop the heads off of school teachers, oh don't forget how its rare for a woman to get acid thrown in her face for not having it covered here, in the West...
Funny how it seems the only true 'liberals' that are fighting for actual human rights, and not just vapidly bitching after reading Mother Jones...are our redneck Bible thumping soldiers who, as I type, are putting bullets into the bodies of those who would destroy the values of the Enlightenment... 'Cheers' boys and may your aim be accurate!
Aug 8, 2010 mcDamon commented on All the Rage.
Thank god! This article actually has some balls! Unlike most of toady's liberals, who melt with self-depreciating comments about how Muslim rage is a by-product of something we did wrong...
It certainly is because we did something, things like allowing women to go to school and no stoning to death homosexuals or those who convert from Islam...
They hate us because we are not insane, like they are... I don't like the term 'evil', but if the term ever applied, it applies to militant Islam.

Can us 'liberals' start to fight a bit for those rights we enjoy, that were made fashionable by the Enlightenment, but are in constant danger of being rolled back by the forces of despotism, (theocratic or otherwise).
 

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