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Important Election 2012 Announcement

Important Election 2012 Announcement

We interrupt this campaign season for an important announcement:

Facts do not matter and should not be sought.

That is all.

You may now return to 2008.

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Well, hell…

I guess I’ll just do an act of defiance, and seek some facts anyhow.

Here’s some pretty stinking good messaging, too…

http://hotair.com/archives/2012/05/18/video-what-would-day-1-of-a-romney-presidency-look-like/

Context?

I only hope that there’s no going back because of the change we ended up with.

Juba Doobai! | May 18, 2012 at 9:40 am

That’s right! Facts be damned! All they do is confuse and anger Democrats making them froth at the mouth.

second announcement, even though he writes he was born in kenya those who question his legitimacy are still crazy and foolish.
con sites piss me off as bad as liberal sites sometimes.

when we don’t take him at his word we are racists.
when we do take him at his word we are racists.
the guy writes and says he was from kenya, his wife and relatives say the same thing, he says in speeches hes a dual citizen, yet birthers are the crazy ones.
bizzarro world..

2008? Oh, how I wish it was. Let the vetting of BOTH candidates begin. Yes, Romney still does need vetting, I haven’t lost my mind.

Willard needs to step up and ignore what John McCain is telling him. Obama needs to answer all questions and so does Romney.

Now this is downright scary …

New Normal: Majority Of Unemployed Attended College

For the first time in history, the number of jobless workers age 25 and up who have attended some college now exceeds the ranks of those who settled for a high school diploma or less.

Out of 9 million unemployed in April, 4.7 million had gone to college or graduated and 4.3 million had not, seasonally adjusted Labor Department data show.

    Milwaukee in reply to Neo. | May 18, 2012 at 10:03 am

    Instapundit links to your “New Normal: Majority of Unemployed Attended College”, and right below that it links to Forget Peak Oil, Time To Worry About Peak Oil Labor. Geepers. Do yah think these could be related?

    We’re in such a rush to get people into and out of college we are sending whoever, and graduating them in whatever just to get the job done. Unintended consequences. Sort of like in the old Soviet Union there were plenty of size 7 and 8 boots around, but very few size 11, 12 or 13. Boot factories needed to meet their quotas, and smaller boots take less leather. Hey, we met of quota of boots made this year! Not our fault their are too many idiots with big feet!

The value of facts, as with the law and other artificial constructs, is realized through conscious enforcement. The more notable conflict occurs when the natural order is presumed subordinated by the enlightened (or conscious) order. In the first case, it’s a matter of coercion, and in the second, it’s a matter of ignorance or arrogance. Either way, individual dignity is denigrated and human life is devalued.

Midwest Rhino | May 18, 2012 at 12:29 pm

FACTS about Obama’s 20 year relationship with his mentor, the racist and anti-American Rev. Wright, don’t matter.

Obama’s involvement in running guns to Mexican drug cartels, probably as a way to demonize gun sales … doesn’t matter.

Billions to failing companies run by Obama bundlers doesn’t matter. Obamacare hidden costs, Holder’s attack on Boeing, Obama’s foot on the neck of capitalism, illegal aliens on welfare … nothing matters.

Supposition about Romney’s pranks when he was 15 matter greatly. And don’t forget, Seamus liked riding on the car, but threw up once … 30 years ago. That matters.

    Thanks, Midwest. I almost lost sight of the important things. I’d much rather we didn’t have a former abuser in the WH than a present day liar, Marxist, embezzler, Agnostic and psychotic. The latter is much more suited to represent us to the world – apparently.

delicountessa | May 18, 2012 at 5:30 pm

Meh. Facts don’t seem to matter on either side.

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