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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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So far, the freeps do not share George W. Bush's enthusiasm for a third Bush in the White House.

George W. Bush likes idea of Jeb Bush vs Hillary Clinton in 2016
reuters ^ | 11/10 | steve king

Posted on 11/10/2014, 10:12:56 AM by RummyChick

To: RummyChick

Did Karl Rove mastermind a Romney loss so Jeb could be annointed?

2 posted on 11/10/2014, 10:13:42 AM by RummyChick


To: RummyChick

No wonder he likes it.

Do we want four more years of another Bush?

3 posted on 11/10/2014, 10:14:02 AM by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives In My Heart Forever)


To: RummyChick

God help us.

6 posted on 11/10/2014, 10:15:37 AM by cld51860 (Volo pro veritas)


To: RummyChick

It would be best for America if neither ran.

9 posted on 11/10/2014, 10:16:32 AM by G Larry (Amnesty imposes SLAVE WAGES on LEGAL immigrants & minorities)


To: RummyChick

I like the idea of GW Bush painting flowers. Quietly, in private. Alone....well, maybe with Jeb to keep him company.

12 posted on 11/10/2014, 10:18:41 AM by TADSLOS (The Event Horizon has come and gone. Buckle up and hang on.)


To: RummyChick

Seriously? What's he going to say, that he thinks it's a stupid idea for HIS BROTHER to run for the Presidency?

Of course George W thinks it's a good idea for his brother to run for the office. Perhaps we should ask his wife, his children, Barbara and HW Bush what they think?

Beyond that, i'd rather have a Hillary over another Bush, and I assure you I don't want another Hillary.

Everyone needs to spike the idea of another Bush in the office of the Presidency, that family has done quite enough already.

15 posted on 11/10/2014, 10:23:35 AM by DiogenesLamp (Partus Sequitur Patrem)


To: RummyChick

Now he speaks.

18 posted on 11/10/2014, 10:24:48 AM by right way right (America has embraced the suck of Freedumb.)

The Bushes should be PROUD of themselves for hijacking fucking VETERANS DAY.

I don't know about you, but I heard more about the BUSH FAMILY today than I heard about VETERANS.

I usually leave MSNBC on in the background strictly for background noise and had to turn it off today. Couldn't take it. I watch "The Voice" so I had the local NBC station on in advance of that. The "Jenna Interview" was shown THERE so I turned the TV off until it was over.

Pretty smart of them, picking a high-profile day like Veterans Day to sell their revisionist swill.

WOW! Jenna and Junior telling Poppy's story on MSNBC because Poppy is TOO HUMBLE!

The Andrea Greenspan Reacharound Hour. That was Jenna's introduction, Poppy hasn't written his own story because he is "too humble."

Jenna interviewing Dubya about Little Baby Jesus George H.W. Bush.

It's BUSH FEVER, and only on MSNBC!

Jon Stewart: "Axis of Evil" is reductive, ignorance-based shit

Jon Stewart on 'Rosewater,' Springsteen and 'Sexual Tension' With Bill O'Reilly

The 'Daily Show' host on directing his first film, Colbert and the right-wing TV machine

By Andy Greene | November 11, 2014

Jon Stewart has a week off from The Daily Show, but as he walks into a tiny conference room at the show's midtown Manhattan headquarters late on a Monday afternoon, it's clear he's completely exhausted. He slumps in a chair and admits he's spent the entire day doing press for his new movie, Rosewater, and is beginning to grow hoarse. But he's determined to promote his passion project, and soon enough he perks up. Writing and directing Rosewater is unlike anything Stewart has attempted in his career. It's the true story of Maziar Bahari, an Iranian Newsweek reporter, who was interviewed by Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones in 2009. During the show, Bahari joked around that he was a spy; the Iranian government didn't see the humor and believed Bahari was working for the CIA. He was detained and tortured for 118 days by the police in Iran.

You happened to be in the Middle East at a time when much of the region started to go up in flames.
Was there a time when the region wasn't going up in flames? Did I miss something?

Fair point, but it's been particularly bad the past year.
Yeah. We'd get notices under the door from the embassy saying, "We urge all Americans not to gather in large groups or make yourself noticeable." I learned a lot over there. We are, to them, one large bloc of truck-driving cowboy yahoos that like to drop bombs on people. It's two-dimensional on both sides. You know, "Axis of Evil" is as reductive as "Death to America." It's all the same shit. It's ignorance-based. What I will say is that the presence of evil is rare. Malevolence is a relatively rare occurrence. General ignorance is a widespread epidemic.


Jon Stewart: "Jimmy Carter's, like, 108, he's out in Africa..."

Call him crazy, but Jon Stewart thinks there are more important things Dubya should be doing with his retirement.

This weekend Stewart sat down with his old friend Mo Rocca on CBS's "Sunday Morning" to talk about his new film "Rosewater," which he wrote and directed. The film covers the politics and protests of Iran's 2009 elections as seen through the eyes of one journalist.

With George W. Bush also being interviewed on that episode of "Sunday Morning," Stewart was asked about interviewing politicians and about the former president. Stewart answered the question the way only he could, comparing Bush with another former president, Jimmy Carter.

"Jimmy Carter's, like, 108, he's out in Africa, like, pulling Guinea worms out of children's feet trying to cure them. Bush is at home, 'Ah, bring me my fruit bowl, I'm doin' a still life. Heh heh heh.'"


Fluke Russert: Jeb won't run for President so George P can have a chance in a few cycles

"He's young, he's Latino, he's a centrist Republican."

Just now on MSNBC. Lil' Fluke looks into his GOP crystal ball.

Burger King Canada tops poutine...with a BURGER! USA! USA! USA! Er...I mean "OH CANADA!"


When a restaurant serves poutine and has burgers in the building, it seems like only a matter of time before someone gets the idea to combine them. But Burger King Canada has taken the experiment beyond the mere "cool idea" phase and added burger poutine to the menu nationwide.

According to Brand Eating, the dish is officially called “Poutine à la Burger,” and it is a bowl of the chain’s regular French fries topped with gravy, cheese curds, and a hamburger with all the fixings, including pickles, ketchup, mustard, and a beef patty chopped into bite-sized pieces. Burger King already had regular poutine and poutine with bacon on the menu, so throwing a burger on there was clearly the next stage in poutine evolution.

One order reportedly has 880 calories, 46 grams of fat, and 1490 milligrams of sodium, but with a name like “Poutine à la Burger,” nobody thought it was going to be diet food.
Posted by Miles Archer | Sun Nov 9, 2014, 06:45 PM (7 replies)

EPIC fail as a kid microwaves a glow stick (video)

Courtesy of The Chive:


Posted by Miles Archer | Sun Nov 9, 2014, 06:39 PM (4 replies)

Commander Codpiece is "all in" for a 2016 Jebby run. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!

WASHINGTON -- Former President George W. Bush said on Sunday that the odds of his brother, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, running for president in 2016 are evenly split.

"I'd give it a toss-up," the former president told Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation," according to a transcript.

Bush also stated that he's "all in" on helping his brother if he does make a decision to run.

"I'll do whatever he wants," Bush said. "I will be one of his strongest backers. If he wants me out there publicly, I'll be out there publicly. If he wants me behind the scenes, I'll be behind the scenes. ... I'm all in for him. He'd be a great president. And the country could use an optimistic view like his."

Posted by Miles Archer | Sun Nov 9, 2014, 03:18 PM (2 replies)

Oh fuck NO...Tweety just said he's watching Rand Paul because "he has magic"

I guess it's not the same as the "sunny nobility" he saw in George W. Bush, but...

...oh, that Tweety.
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