More proof that Obots are stoopit

My favorite ones are the people who answer the question “Are you voting for Obama?” with “Absolutely not!”

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38 Responses to More proof that Obots are stoopit

  1. lyn5 says:

    This clueless base elected The Worst President Ever, and these voters probably are proud of themselves.

    • myiq2xu says:

      The ironic part is they think they are smarter and better informed than everyone else.

      • fif says:

        They preen, and do not realize how deluded they are.

      • tommy says:

        The Obot blogs are especially hilarious. They all think of themselves as high-information voters. Why is this race so close? Because of us, dumb low-information voters. Their condescension and derision for us dumb low-info voters can sometimes become infuriating.

  2. Simofish says:

    I had dinner last night with someone who is very afraid of this election, afraid Obama will lose. I told her – he is absolutely going to lose.

    She’s afraid of Romeny’s religion.

    I told her to look at the big picture. JOBS. Then look at his character. Told her stories of Romney –

    End of the night she said, wow, I may have to rethink my vote.

    Time to go make coffee and prepare for my mother-in-laws 80th birthday. We took her to Italy this year but she still wants a party.

    • ME says:

      Fear about Romney’s religion is unfounded, especially when he has been a Gov. What are these people afraid of? What do they think he will do?

    • DeniseVB says:

      One of my friends, an uber-Catholic, hates, HATES Romney because he’s Mormon. Maybe I should send her the video another nutjob friend sent me of a late term baby being chopped up as it was pulled out of the birth canal <——Obama approved of that in Illinois.

      I'm so sick of teh stupid of both extremes, it hurts 😦

      • myiq2xu says:

        Tell your friend this joke:

        The Pope’s assistant wakes him in the middle of the night, saying “Holy Father, I have some good news and some bad news.”

        “What’s the good news?” the Pope asks.

        “Our Lord Jesus Christ has returned to Earth, he’s on the phone and he wants to talk to you” the aide says.

        The Pope sits up in bed, excited and wide awake. “That’s wonderful! What could possibly be bad news at a time like this?” he asks.

        “He’s calling from Salt Lake City.”

      • ME says:

        Does she say what exactly it is about Mormonism that she hates? What does she think Romney will do? This is so unfair because there was no focus on Obama’s brand of “Christianity” and his exposure to Islam as a child. I was raised Baptist and was always told that Mormons and Catholics were heretics. As an adult I really don’t care about the faith of the president, didn’t we already go through this religious test stuff with JFK?

        I think atheists and agnostics look down on all believers so it’s interesting how people of faith fight about whose religion is better and more normal.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Nope, just the hypocrisy of religious wingnuts. I was raised Catholic, and in the 50’s, I wasn’t allowed to have Jewish friends. Or black friends, my family were racists too. Didn’t learn about their homophobia until much later when I found out why one of my aunts was never allowed to visit…..she was a lesbian.

          I haven’t had much use for organized religion since, but I do have a healthy respect for those who walk the walk, like the Romneys.

          Oh yes, JFK had to assure us that the Vatican was not going to influence policy. Geesh, that election was like a bloodless jihad.

          My husband’s better at this, he asks the clueless, so you feel better about the religion of Rev. Wright ?

        • LOL Our pastor has been subtly steering the congregation away from Obama. Very Catholic.
          My Mom must have been super ahead of her time- we were raised Catholic- and my paternal granddad was Jewish. We had friends of all religions and races. (1950’s and 60’s)
          We got the voter information sheets in the bulletin last week. How nice of the diocese to provide that s/
          The church is going crazy. They hate Obamacare, but want immigration reform- they want traditional marriage- but want religious freedom. They just can not make up their minds which candidate or party to stand with this time around.
          I remind people all the time that the Bishops were a HUGE part of how oblowmecare got passed in the first place. Social justice issue. I KNEW it would come back and bite them in their red clad asses.

        • 49erDweet says:

          Same thing went on before JFK’s election. Stupid is as stupid worries.

    • myiq2xu says:

      To the young and the old, birthdays are very special. To the young because they have only had a few, to the old because they only have a few left.

    • DM says:

      80 years is worth celebrating, and everyday is special too 🙂

    • catarina says:

      Simo, if you need another mother-in-law I am available.
      Extended families, and stuff.

  3. threewickets says:

    Last election the Obot mantra was: “Vote Obama or be racist.” This election the mantra is that plus: “Vote Obama unless you don’t care about women’s rights or gay rights.” Constantly.

  4. tommy says:

    Whats been personally frustrating is the way their eyes glaze over as soon as I bring up the Benghazi debacle with a few prog friends. Its like their brains have switched off, after being brainwashed by the prog TV and print media to assume that I bring it up only to take political advantage. The fact that our ambassador was assassinated and that American lives have now been devalued flies right over their heads. Its just pathetic!

    • Frustrating as well the one young obot woman I know who keeps leaving links on FB. She claims she is a high info voter, went to school to learn research yadi yadi.
      The STOP leaving links to govt websites I want to tell her. Stop leaving links to SNOPES. Jeez- Snopes and dot gov are not the most trustworthy of sites.

  5. tommy says:

    And just in time. Associated Press plays the race card. According to their poll, the anti-black sentiment has increased over the last 4 years, whether the respondents KNOW IT OR NOT. Jeez, who is AP to judge if you’re a racist, even if you don’t know it? I smell desperation, don’t you?

    • DM says:

      I posted that link last night. The interesting thing I got from that poll was that millions of voters that were not racist in 2008 are racist in 2012 🙂

      But more important, we know that WI is about 90% white, therefore lots of WI voters will be racist enough in 2012 to vote for Romney.

    • trist says:

      I saw that. I couldn’t even make it through half the article. But it’s things like this that are way more predicative than any poll. The stink of failure is all around the one’s campaign. Only thing left to do is make the excuses and place blame for it, and start lining up material to spend to next 4 yrs attacking Pres. Romney with.

      • DM says:

        Racism is learned in childhood, and not developed in four years. I’m not saying that we don’t need to change our stereotyping of races. We have a long way to go, but I’m offended when the race card is used to divide the country. From the poll:

        In all, 51 percent of Americans now express explicit anti-black attitudes, compared with 48 percent in a similar 2008 survey. When measured by an implicit racial attitudes test, the number of Americans with anti-black sentiments jumped to 56 percent, up from 49 percent during the last presidential election. In both tests, the share of Americans expressing pro-black attitudes fell.–election.html

    • tommy says:

      The translation is pretty simple. Hey you white prog registered voters disillusioned with O, go out there and vote for him. The AA community is doing its part. If all registered dems vote for O, he’ll win easily. Now go out there and prove that you’re not racist.

  6. trist says:

    I loved when that girl said “He’s Obama….let me think this over for a sec.”
    She’s a walking twix commercial!

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  9. tommy says:

    Change of gear….. ‘Shark falls from sky on golf course – A 2 foot long leopard shark apparently fell from the sky on the 12th tee of a golf club in southern California. It was discovered by an on-duty course marshal, who loaded it onto his golf cart and drove it back to the clubhouse, where other employees joined the cause to save the wayward shark. “When I dropped him into the water, he just lay there for a few seconds, but then he did a twist and shot off into the water,” cart attendant Bryan Stizer said. The shark, which reportedly had two bleeding wounds is thought to have been dropped by a predatory bird’.

  10. Spotted. A gleeful tiny myiq scurrying about the yard on a warm, sunny day. In fashionable, age-appropriate clothing.

  11. Only a proud mama would present her playful tike to the world like that. 🙂

  12. tommy says:

    Today, Gallup has R up by +5.

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