If You Need A Good Laugh…

… then read the comments here

Many of them are LOL funny.  And there are hundreds of them.

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9 Responses to If You Need A Good Laugh…

  1. This isn’t so funny…

    Khrushchev: “We will bury you.

    Putin (via his puppet Medvedev): “We will Barry you.

  2. Math says:

    I don’t see anything funny in Obama fixing the mess Bush left behind.

  3. Bush trusted people who shouldn’t be trusted. Like trusting Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson who said that TARP was a good thing to do, and like Barack Obama, who convinced Bush to take the blame for requesting the second half of the $700 Billion TARP money, while that half was left for Obama’s use.

    Obama has not “fixed” any mess. He has only made it bigger. And he wants to make it even bigger than it is right now.

  4. Math says:

    Why do you bring TARP into your own discussion about Russia? The mess I’m talking about is Bush turning about every country in the world except for lap dog UK against the US. You can say what you want, you guys need the rest of the world more than the rest of the world needs you.

    And the power to blow up the world 10 times over is useless. It is madness to continue a nuclear weapon race. Nuclear weaponry is a stalemate. The utopia of winning a war with 2 bombs only worked when you were the only ones to have it. The next nation to use it will most probably trigger a chain reaction that will make Earth a very quiet planet for the next 10,000 years.

  5. I mentioned TARP because the “mess” I was primarily thinking about is the financial mess that the socialists (in both the Democratic and Republican parties) have gotten us into.

    But as to Russia, I repeat that Bush trusted people he shouldn’t have trusted… like Vladimir Putin.

    You say:

    The mess I’m talking about is Bush turning about every country in the world except for lap dog UK against the US.

    Bush was “A FRIEND OF AFRICA” and was warmly received there:

    Kikwete told Bush: “The outpouring of warmth and affection from the people of Tanzania that you have witnessed since your arrival is a genuine reflection of what we feel towards you and towards the American people.”

    A FRIEND OF AFRICA

    In a reference to Bush’s domestic problems, Kikwete added: “Different people may have different views about you and your administration and your legacy.

    “But we in Tanzania, if we are to speak for ourselves and for Africa, we know for sure that you, Mr. President, and your administration have been good friends of our country and have been good friends of Africa.”

    Although many Africans, especially Muslims, share negative perceptions of Bush’s foreign policy with other parts of the world, there is widespread recognition of his successful humanitarian and health initiatives on the continent.

    Bush has spent more money on aid to Africa than his predecessor, Bill Clinton, and is popular for his personal programs to fight AIDS and malaria and to help hospitals and schools.

    What country are you in, Math? Looks like Canada, based on your IP address.

  6. You can say what you want, you guys need the rest of the world more than the rest of the world needs you.

    You can consider me an arrogant American, but I disagree with your statement.

    The U.S. is only dependent on other countries (for things like oil) because the Democratic Socialists like it that way and actively prevent us from being independent.

    The world has always looked to the U.S. as a beacon of hope to those “yearning to breathe free”.

  7. Math says:

    Yes, from Canada. Close enough to care about what happens to the US, yet far enough not to be blinded by either side.

    Typical republican thinking everything is about oil. It’s not. Who would buy all the crap you produce, and inversely, where would you buy all the crap you consume if it wasn’t for import and export?

    And by the way, the US doesn’t have enough oil to sustain its own demand. You need the Middle East and Canada for your oil. That’s an undeniable fact that ruining your shores and national parks will not change.

  8. Ever heard of oil shale? Low estimates are that in U.S. oil shale there is at least 800 Billion barrels of oil… more than three times the proven oil reserves of Saudi Arabia.

    That doesn’t even touch the vast amounts of oil in Alaska. Alaska is huge – the whole state is like a national park. The amount of land needed for oil drilling in ANWR is comparable to the size of a postage stamp on a football field. Drilling for oil there would not “ruin” a national park that only a minute percentage of Americans will ever visit.

    Accessing the oil in our oil shale, drilling for oil in ANWR, and drilling for oil off of our coasts (as China is already drilling off the coast of Cuba, not very far from the Florida Keys) is the sensible thing to do. And we will do a better, cleaner job of it than China will.

    The U.S. would not only be 100% energy independent, we would be an oil EXPORTER if the Democratic Socialists were not in control of our government.

    This issue affects the life of every single American. We are being lied to by government officials who claim man-made global warming is a threat to our existence.

    The truth is that Democratic Socialist Communists are a threat to our existence.

  9. Every time the Democrat[ic Soclialist]s restrict us from accessing our own oil, (whether that be in the Gulf, in oil shale, or in ANWR), we are sending money to Communist and Islamic countries to buy oil that we could have acquired ourselves.

    For 40 years, every time we pay at the gas pump, we have been funding the Islamic Revival

    From a Western perspective, two of the most important events that inspired the resurgence were the Arab oil embargo and subsequent quadrupling of the price of oil in the mid 1970s, and the 1979 Iranian Revolution that established an Islamic republic in Iran under Ayatollah Khomeini. The first created a flow of many billions of dollars from Saudi Arabia to fund Islamic books, scholarships, fellowships, and mosques around the world…

    Drill Here! Drill Now!

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