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Discussion in 'Politics' started by sargon20, May 7, 2010.
Where is Willie Horton when you need him?
What a creep.
What a racist.
What a 'Pug.
Is this guy really that scared shitless, and if so, what the hell use do we have as a country for such cowards?
where is the good looking guy with muscles that he is comparing himself too?
Let the LSPGibertard Circle Jerk Club cum to order....
People would be jerking off now, but for some reason your ignorance makes it very difficult for someone to get a hard on.
thedailyshow had an excellent take on this.
Fanelli resembles the guy who flew the plane into the IRS building, so he obviously could be a terrorist too! :rofl:
The longer I live in Florida, the less I understand it.
Yes John did a great take on it. But he left out Jihad Jane. How can we forget her? Does she 'look' like a terrorist.
Isn't it a state divided politically a la Pennsylvania?
Pennsylvania is Philadelphia and Pittsburgh with Alabama in between.
The only thing more revolting that the tone and author of this spot is the character of the voters who could find its appeal.
Love the second video where he puts a white old man next to a brown skinned person with a goatee and acted as if "political correctness" was an issue for determining what a terrorist looks like. One of my co-workers looks practically identical to the Pakistani that tried to use a car bomb in Times Square. However, he's a gay, white Atheist. I'm sure Dan Fanelli, with his elite discrimination & racial profiling skills would have a really easy time trying to find out which one was which.
Honestly... What a moron!!
Earth to Florida... we forgave you for the 2000 election fiasco. Don't shoot yourself in the foot again!
fucking politics!have to be a stupit moron republican ass hole,looking for the withe house job.
It's a complete mosaic. Even SoFla (Palm Beach south to Key West) is hardly what I'd call a bastion of liberalism: Cubans as a voting group are very conservative, and for every vote in Boca Raton or Ft Lauderdale, there's a vote in Wellington, Parkland or Weston, and most of the Keys are surprisingly rural.
The west (Gulf) coast tends to be conservative, as does Orlando and central Florida. Tallahassee and Jacksonville are very liberal, though the rest of northern Florida is not (especially the panhandle).
And because so much of the state is populated by transplants rather than natives, the demographics shift all the time. It's also, not surprisingly, got a lot of elderly people, most of whom are quite conservative.
The country never should have... Big mistake!
Florida is one of the States where anger against incumbents, and the Obamacare bill is strongest, and may well manifest in eventually catapulting Fanelli to the White House
as I have been saying all along, the extant immigration policy will eventuate in a Constitutional crisis
first salvo was Arizona
The hard line against Castro is part of the reason I'm sure which always remains a mystery. Four decades into the embargo and he's still in power. I wonder how long that will last given the Republican Party's march off the deep end with Latin/Hispanic voters.........
Conservative Latinos Rethink Party Ties
Adam Bustos, a third-generation Mexican-American, has voted Republican since Ronald Reagan ran for president. But he has been reconsidering his party affiliation since Arizona State Gov. Jan Brewer signed the nation's toughest immigration law last month.
"I've been thinking I might leave the party," said Mr. Bustos, a 58-year-old Arizona native. "A lot of my Latino Republican friends have been talking about it after this law."
The new Arizona law requires police to question people whom they suspect are in the U.S. illegally. Supporters say the law is necessary to combat rampant illegal border crossings. Opponents say it can't be enforced without violating civil liberties.
Many Hispanic-Americans say they feel stung by a law they allege invites racial profiling, incites hatred and discriminates against all Latinos.