Late Nite LOLs

Oh yeah, I’m gonna vote for Obama.

Brent Budowsky:

Hillary women will save Obama

President Obama will be reelected president by a narrow Electoral College margin for three reasons.

First, when autoworkers and auto companies faced a 1930s-style depression and Mitt Romney proposed a vulture bankruptcy that would have destroyed Ohio for a generation, Barack Obama was there for them, and next week I believe Ohio voters will be there for him.

Second, words cannot fully express the power, clout and credibility of the passionate and determined support for President Obama by a man whom history will rank among the great presidents and a grateful nation now applauds as the prosperity president, who has gone by the name of the Comeback Kid, and called himself the man from a place called Hope, who barnstorms the nation on behalf of Barack to battle for a future that neither Bill nor Barack nor Hillary nor the men and women who support them will ever surrender.

And third, in the spirit that the last shall be first, the great X factor of this campaign, the secret advantage of Democrats next Tuesday, which is not today highlighted on RealClearPolitics, or discussed on Fox News, or bannered by Matt Drudge, or even acknowledged by the Obama White House, is that a giant rescue mission for the Obama campaign and the Democratic Party is being led beneath the radar of the commentariat class of American politics by …

The Hillary women!

I predict that the voter turnout among women who most admire Hillary Rodham Clinton is being underestimated in the turnout models of all major pollsters, and if I am right by even a small percent this will shake the foundation of a razor-thin election.


Hey Obama!

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85 Responses to Late Nite LOLs

  1. votermom says:

    Skyhating will vote Broncobama

    • myiq2xu says:

      Kool-aid is a helluva drug.

    • DandyTiger says:

      They liked some words O said, didn’t like some words R said. Latched onto some words random crazy Repubs said, and had a tizzy fit. Never mind actual policies. Never mind the Stupak amendment. Never mind sweeties, the big brave man will sweep you off your feet and tell you it’s going to be fine, and your private parts will be under daddy O’s watchful eye.

      • DandyTiger says:

        A vote for O, is a vote to keep the Dem party the way it is for years and even decades to come. Sexist, hateful, divisive, and having nothing but disdain for women and minorities, while holding them hostage at the same time. Classic battered wives syndrome.

  2. westcoaster says:

    OT: new Romney ad (from yesterday)

  3. maddie says:

    Brent doesn’t know what hit him.

  4. Simofish says:

    If that’s all they have I hate to disappoint —- as this Hilldog voted for Romney.

  5. DM says:

  6. myiq2xu says:

    There is one Otroll on that thread trying in vain to hold back the tide.

    • angienc says:

      I let Brent know what I thought of him when that article was first posted.

    • Jen the Michigander says:

      Skip the article, just read the comments. Several familiar names there.

    • angienc says:

      And here it is:

      Bless your heart, Brent, but weren’t you one of those guys who called us “bitter knitters” back in 2008 and wore those “Bros before H*s” t-shirts? Doesn’t matter I can’t tell you hipster dofuses who blindly worship Obama & told me my vote didn’t count apart. I wouldn’t be so sure of us coming in to save TehOnce now that he has proven himself to be an even bigger SCoaMF then we told you someone with his thin resume would be back then. But thanks for all your kind words born from desperation now — I know *exactly* how much you value us.

  7. angienc says:

    The people who are saying Obama’s “winning” (or Romney’s “losing”) are the same one who say that Romney is the one “talking about revenge.”

    They have no credibility. Hell, they don’t even have a grasp on reality.

  8. dailypuma says:

    Second, words cannot fully express the power, clout and credibility of the passionate and determined support for President Obama by a man whom history will rank among the great presidents and a grateful nation now applauds as the prosperity president, who has gone by the name of the Comeback Kid, and called himself the man from a place called Hope, who barnstorms the nation on behalf of Barack to battle for a future that neither Bill nor Barack nor Hillary nor the men and women who support them will ever surrender.

    So who is this person, they never say.

    • Jadzia says:

      I know, right? The first time I read that paragraph I nearly vomited, because I thought they were talking about a grateful nation now applauding Obama! Then I got to the “man from Hope” part and was like, Ooooooh. You better not be winning this election for BO, Bill. Bless your heart.

  9. myiq2xu says:

  10. DM says:

    I was told to “get over it”, so I got over it by voting for McCain, and now Romney.

  11. DM says:

    Romney has many wonderful stories

    Scout Leader From Mitt Romney’s Oft-Told Anecdote Makes Surprise Cameo

    ENGLEWOOD, Colorado – One of Mitt Romney’s most told anecdotes came to life tonight in front of one of the candidate’s largest crowds, as the GOP presidential nominee paraded out a Boy Scoutmaster and an American flag he has been mentioning in stump speeches throughout his campaign, a story meant to highlight American greatness.


  12. gram cracker says:

    Friday night’s Romney, Ryan and the Republican Team’s “Romney-Ryan Real Recovery Road Rally” in West Chester Ohio was extraordinary. It was like seeing the Republican National Convention all over again except it was in a vacant lot in Ohio on a clear, chilly, early November evening. Over 40 Republican governors, senators, mayors, and celebrities appeared on stage with the Romneys, Ryans and their families. Even AngieNC’s new loves Reince Priebus and John Sununu were there. I don’t recall the GOP being this united and enthused about McCain/Palin in 2008.

    I was blown away by the size of the crowd, their enthusiasm, and the range of ages at the rally from infants to old geezers. It had the look and feel of a cautiously optimistic crowd attending the final championship game of their favorite sports team. A huge stadium size screen was set up so that those on stage could be seen from afar. The local high school marching band and Kid Rock, who belted out “Born Free” from on top of a piano, did a fantastic job of helping keep up the enthusiasm of the crowd as they slowly wound their way through the security screening lines.

    Romney and his team projected an aura of optimism. The whole evening was positive and uplifting. Romney’s stump speech seemed targeted to attract undecideds and Independents who want a President who will break through the partisan gridlock and get the parties to work together for the good of the country. Romney attacked Obama’s record and policies, but not the man. His main focus was presenting his own plans for speeding up the economic and job recovery. Romney looks like a President straight out of central casting – no wonder Obama hates him so much. I loved seeing the Romney and Ryan families swarm onto the stage.

    This short video at the link has some highlights of speeches from several of the speakers.

    The list of attendees released by the campaign included:

    Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus

    11 current and former Governors: John Sununu, John Kasich, Bob McDonnell, Scott Walker, Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Sam Brownback, Phil Bryant, Dave Heineman, Tom Ridge, Susana Martinez (Susana Martinez, not on published list but isn’t that Gov. Martinez in the video).

    11 current and former Senators: John McCain , Lindsey Graham, Marco Rubio, Rob Portman, Kelly Ayotte, Kay Bailey-Hutchinson, Pat Toomey, John Thune, Jim Talent, Rick Santorum, Norm Coleman.

    6 current and former Congressmen: Speaker John Boehner, Jason Chaffetz, Artur Davis, Marsha Blackburn, Martha Roby, Aaron Schock.

    Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Lieutenant Governors Kerry Healey and Mary Taylor (OH), Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, Treasurer Rosario Marin.

    Mrs. Ann Romney, Mrs. Janna Ryan and children, Mrs. Cindy McCain, Ms. Bay Buchanan, Mr. Hector Barreto, Mrs. Barbara Comstock, Olympian Mr. Derek Parra.

    Dr. Ben Romney, Mr. Craig Romney, Mr. Josh Romney, Mr. Matt Romney, Mr. Tagg Romney, their wives and children.

  13. threewickets says:

    This is the latest from Ohio. Think it’s probably a good sign for Romney.

    • DandyTiger says:

      50% BO – 48% RR, but look at the breakdown:

      The partisan breakdown of those who returned the poll: 40 percent Democrat, 36percent Republican, 21 percent independent, and the rest divided among the other four political parties recognized in Ohio.

      That’s D+4, and undersampling I’s. Could be the way it happens. But I doubt it. Just look at those crowds. I think we’ll have D+2 like in 2010, and more I’s, which are mostly going for RR.

      But don’t forget Obama’s been working Ohio for four years, so don’t be surprised if he gets it by cheating. We’ll see soon enough.

      • DM says:

        The sample of that poll is too skewed towards the Democrats to be taken seriously. Getting the right sample is everything in a poll. It’s as if one is eating soup with lots of heavy items and scoops the bottom of the plate to read the proportion of each ingredient. The sample is wrong and it will yield a wrong conclusion. The whole analysis is shit, and in this case the poll is crap.

      • gram cracker says:

        I went downtown today to do early voting, but decided to wait. People were lined up 3 or 4 abreast across the front sidewalk and around the corner and down the block as far as I could see. This was at 1PM. The polling place closed at 2. There is no way that crowd would have gotten through and finished by 2. Don’t know when they close if people keep lining up. These were probably mostly Obama voters since the vast majority were AA.

        Ohio tried to not have early voting the Sat., Sun. and Monday before the election on Tues. except military, but a judge ruled they had to keep the polls open those days.

        Obama won Hamilton county in 2008 mostly due to Cincinnati’s large AA population, but lost SW Ohio because surrounding counties are GOP strongholds. Both parties are really trying to get out the vote this year. Obama might win Hamilton county again this year. Hope Butler, Warren and Clermont have big GOP voter turnout this year.

    • Jadzia says:

      Dance, stupid little monkeys, dance!

      Do I get to say that? I mean, 90% of those idiots are white.

    • gumsnapper says:

      So stupid they forgot to bring a CD player. They’re mime dancing.

    • myiq2xu says:

      Today was National Dance for Obama Day, in which flash mobs were organized as part of a get out the vote effort in numerous cities.

    • angienc says:

      So about a dozen, dozen and a half morons who don’t know their asses from holes in the ground made fools of themselves in NYC.

      You know if that few showed up in the middle of NYC I wonder how the rest of these “national” dance for Obama things went in other places.

      • myiq2xu says:

        You saw the muppet mini-march – that had the biggest turnout.

        • angienc says:

          OMG! I just read that 2 of the idiots at the 100 Muppets March (dressed as Bert & Ernie, ‘natch) held up a sign with this written on it:

          “Mitt RobMe, Our shows teach acceptance and tolerance. Apparently you missed that lesson! Brought to you by the letters F and U!”

          We’re accepting & tolerant — FUCK YOU!
          BWAHAHAHAHAHA — they aren’t even capable of *ever* realizing what kind of morons they are.

  14. Clover says:

    So here is my question: If Nate Silver is right, and if Obama is poised to win some 330 electoral votes, then why does he seem so desperate, and why do the Obots seem so depressed? Anybody?

    • DM says:

      Because they know Nate Silver is full of shit. But when that’s all they have to lift their spirits, they go to Nate Silver for some of his shit.

    • angienc says:

      Hey, why is Obama clinging pathetically to Bill Clinton — a man whom he hates, hates so much he once described him as the “problem” with the Dem party & ran specifically in 2008 as the ANTI-Clinton* but is now trying to pretend is his ideological twin? And why are the Obots all running around declaring how much they’ve always LOVED AND ADMIRED Bill Clinton — the man they described in 2008 as a racist triangulating disgrace? Why is this moron Brent writing reams about the Hillary women guaranteeing the re-election of Obama?

      Because they’ve finally started to realize what their actions in 2008 wrought and they are trying to woo the moderates –and yes — CLINTON DEMS back in — you know, the ones Donna Brazile said the “new” Dem party didn’t need anymore. The fact that they think they can accomplish this with such cheap, desperate transparent lies is more insulting than if they had continued to ignore us.

      Too little too late, IMO. And they know it.

      *Obama really is the anti-Clinton — instead of peace & prosperity he’s given us Benghazi & the Middle East burning, $16 trillion in debt, cheap money & no jobs.

      • gxm17 says:

        The false Clinton love is really pissing me off too. My obot FB friend keeps posting about the Obama/Clinton rally at Jiffy Lube Live. I guess they’re worried about VA. Something tells me it’s a bit too late to shut that barn door. Hope I’m right.

        • angienc says:

          I know! Every time I see/hear one of the progs praising Clinton I want to scream “You mean the guy who you said was a disgusting racist?”
          Remember the MOBYs we used to get, pretending to really love Hillary but “After the disgraceful language by Bill, I just can’t vote for her.” Now they *love* him. Fuck ’em.
          As for everyone else they are trying to appeal to with Bill — I think the contrast just reminds them that Obama is *nothing* like Bill Clinton, so its having little to no positive effect.

  15. DandyTiger says:

    • DandyTiger says:

      Clearly working on his material for his comedy job after Romney wins.

    • DM says:

      The GOP purged out of congress all Republicans that voted with the Democrats during the first six years of the Bush presidency. With the gains of the TP, the GOP is better disciplined and has not allowed anyone to stray and vote with the Democrats. Hey, that’s how the game is played. I think the obstruction during the last two years is unprecedented, but I approve of what the GOP has done to stop Obama’s agenda.

      • myiq2xu says:

        The voters voted for obstructionism in 2010.

        • DM says:

          Now that I think it through, the Democrats won the seats of the more liberal Republicans in congress, and in 2010 the GOP won the seats that were more conservative by winning them back plus the blue dog seats. The Democrats lost big in 2010.

      • DM says:

        The strategy has worked for the Republicans because they can claim that Obama’s agenda is wrong for the country, and they couldn’t use that attack if a few of them had voted to spend more money on things like Solyndra. The Democrats own that stuff.

  16. gram cracker says:

    On Friday I got several interesting phone calls. First Clint Eastwood called. Then Pat Boone. Then a poll taker with questions about what Billy Graham recently put out urging people to vote for Christian bible values, candidates who don’t support gay marriage and are pro life. Billy Graham was careful not to name names, but it seems to me that he and Pat Boone are really urging evangelicals to get out and vote for Romney despite him being a mormon. If they are successful in getting greater evangelical turnout than McCain got that should really help Romney in Ohio.

    There are still evangelicals out there that don’t know if they can vote for a mormon, my nephews wife being one of them. At Mitt’s Friday evening rally in West Chester there was a sign with a question about why then did Jesus have to die that was towed by a truck driving annoyingly slowing on the streets circling the rally. I took it to be someone unhappy about Romney being a mormon.

    • DM says:

      I never believed that Romney would win the GOP nomination because of his religion. I was betting that the evangelicals would never accept Mitt.

      I think a few evangelicals will not vote for Romney, but when the choice is between a Muslim (lol) and a cult that includes Jesus, I think most evangelicals will vote for Mitt.

      • Lulu says:

        The anti-Morman bigotry of evangelicals is dying out. It was on the wane anyway but Billy Graham has pretty much killed it this election cycle. They finally figured out that they don’t have to like it just tolerate it. They also figured out that they have more in common with Romney’s church than Rev. Wright’s. Bronco Bama has advocated tribalism and so now he has got it and it will bite him in the ass.

        • myiq2xu says:

          The modern LDS church is much more like mainstream Christian churches than most people think. The leadership downplays the more unique parts of the Book of Mormon.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Bless their hearts, but it’s difficult for some Christians to comprehend voting for a national candidate is not the same thing as hiring a new pastor.

      • angienc says:


        Also, I think it’s pretty apparent now that the vast majority of people who have a major problem with Mormonism are vile progs — which makes me think that all the talk in the MSM during the GOP primary (which I admit I believed) that the evangelicals would never vote for Romney is just more vile prog projection.

        • Lulu says:

          Vile progs dislike most Protestants except for a few very liberal (and small) denominations. They tolerated Roman Catholics until they started standing up to them then they also joined the “hate” list. Jews are on the list too they just don’t know it.

        • myiq2xu says:

          The Vile Progs should have left religion alone. By attacking Mitt’s religion (thinking it would alienate the fundies) they actually rallied the fundies to Mitt’s side.

          Booing God at the DNC convention sure didn’t help either.

        • myiq2xu says:

          The Vile Progs hate everyone including themselves.

        • DM says:

          I used to be in an evangelical church, and from that experience I can say that the problem the evangelicals have with the LDS Church is the Book of Mormons (the teachings are the issue) and that the Gospels are secondary to the Book of Mormons. That’s the reason for my judgement that the evangelicals would not accept Romney.

          Obviously, when 97% of GOP voters are stating that they will vote for Romney, it means that the majority of evangelicals have decided to support Mitt.

        • angienc says:

          The Vile Progs should have left religion alone. By attacking Mitt’s religion (thinking it would alienate the fundies) they actually rallied the fundies to Mitt’s side.

          I think myiq hits the nail on the head here. By attacking Mitt’s religion, the fundies were reminded that the progs don’t really care much for *their* religious beliefs either, constantly attacking & mocking them about it. It kind of became like that saying “First they came for the Jews, and I said nothing, because I was not a Jew” thing — if they let the progs get away with it by not supporting Mitt, they’d be next. Especially since the Obama administration’s rift with the Catholic Church over Obamacare is going on at the same time.

          Also, I really think most Americans — especially church going ones — pretty much feel another person’s religion is none of their business, even if they *personally* think that other religion is nuts.

        • leslie says:

          myiq2xu, on November 4, 2012 at 1:47 am said:

          The Vile Progs hate everyone including themselves.

          They seem to be such an unhappy lot.

  17. DM says:

    This must be the poll that the PA Republicans were excited about:

    President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney entered the final days of the presidential race tied in a state that the campaigns only recently began contesting, a Tribune-Review poll shows.

    The poll showed the race for Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes locked up at 47 percent in its final week. Romney was scheduled to campaign in the Philadelphia area on Sunday, and former President Bill Clinton planned to stump for Obama on Monday. The campaigns have begun to saturate the airwaves with millions of dollars in presidential advertising.

    “They’re both in here because of exactly what you’re seeing” in this poll, said Jim Lee, president of Susquehanna Polling & Research, which surveyed 800 likely voters Oct. 29-31. Most of the interviews occurred after Hurricane Sandy inundated Eastern and Central Pennsylvania. The poll’s error margin is 3.46 percentage points.

    Nearly 60 percent of people say the country is on the wrong track, and economic concerns continue to dominate. Almost half of likely voters say economic issues are the primary driver of their choice for president.


  18. SYD says:

    Astounding how many Dems still don’t “get” what they did to us Hillary voters in 2008.

    • Lulu says:

      I think they get it perfectly, they just don’t see anything wrong with it. Obamacrats (or Bronco Bamacrats) share several personality traits with Obama. I am returning the favor in this election. I am not a big Romney fan (I like him personally fine but don’t agree with him on much) and I have no problem voting for R’s to clean out the Democratic party (or make it go away entirely) like a plumber uses a tool called a snake. The current Democratic party is a plugged toilet.

      • Lulu says:

        I love little children’s mispronunciations of common words. I keep laughing at Bronco Bama (think of the stupid photo of him in the weird brown cowboy hat preening). If I knew how to send that adorable, precious little girl a great Christmas gift for making me laugh over and over I would.

        • elliesmom says:

          My daughter was so proud when she learned the words to “America the Beautiful”, At our house we still describe our country as going from “sea to Chinese sea”.

        • Lulu says:

          My daughter would beg her grandpa for the “mote troll” so she could change the channel. She was very small and would get very angry when he would laugh. Then they would make “mean eyes” at each other. It was hilarious watching an old tough guy fight with a three year old girl.

      • Can we change that to “BroncoRats”?

  19. gxm17 says:

    Too funny. When I think about my vote against the big zero, it just makes me smile quietly to myself. It sure would be nice to find out on Wednesday that my vote made a difference.

  20. Constance says:

    I love the pictures in this post! Seriously? Hillary women are going to save Bronco’s ass? I don’t think so honey.

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