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bottom line people, we're so fckedd, that even Caligula couldn't imagine gettin' that fckedd!!!! you idiots voted for this bastard, AGAIN!! knowing what he was all 'bout and now you're gonna reap the whirlwind azzwipes!!!! you ain't seen a damn fckin' thing yet!!!! the united communist states of America, now that's what we are, burn you scumbags, burn!!!
this is all your fault, you parasitic vermin, you 'do-nothings' and always 'demanding-somethings', you welfare cases and cheaters!!! and your just as finished as the rest of us are, at least you don't escape this you filthy scum libs at least you don't escape this tragedy either, the money train is grinding to a halt, it's just too unsustainable, the markets tumbling?? the ffck you say??!!
no one saw that coming huh?!!!! BEGGARS' TO YOUR OWN DEMISE!! how you feelin' now?? what have you gained from this muslim bastard's re-election but more unemployment and with less and less people working and paying taxes who the fckk's is gonna pay your welfare handouts?? your obama phones? hmm???
hey lib dirtbags how your mommies gonna afford to keep you lowlifes in the basement now??
sounds like Marc Johnson voted twice for our smartest president ever, "W".
I see the far right is still complaining about jobs.There`s been 33 straight months of job
growth.If you`re without a job, maybe you should blame yourself.The Dow is up 61%
with Obama.We`re making a ton of money and gas is under $3.It`s time to thank
Obama for the economy and for getting rid of Bin Laden after W gave up.
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