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September 05, 2008

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I'm just surprised there were no "Obama Is A Moran" signs...

What's particularly disturbing is, unlike the dope holding the "get a brain morans" sign, this guy is in a suit & tie, suggesting that he may be a business man or professional of some type.

Oh and good get - classic.

I took a photo of the exact same thing. Then I got distracted and forgot to post it. Great minds....

Them spels juss fine.

Them wingtards is the brainy bunch, ain't they?

this guy is in a suit & tie, suggesting that he may be a business man or professional of some type.

Or a well-dressed chimp. Or a Republican President.

HA! One of my kids asked where they found all the rich hillbillies as we watched the RNC.

You must remember that Americans teach the thought is more important than the grammar. This man is obviously the result of the failed experiment that is phonics, instituted by maverick hippies in the 70's and 80's. So you see, idiots enough to go 'round for those of all political strikes.

I think if this particular idiot had studied phonics, he would have had a better shot at M-A-V-E-R-I-C-K.

Great visuals all around: Delegates yawning, the Walter Reed Middle School, and Lindsay Graham preaching "Victory" in front of a picture of a military cemetery.

Off topic, but everyone should call the McCain press office - (703) 650-5550 - and demand that Sarah Palin submit to press interviews.

Sorry, JR, but not too many people say "mav-uh-rick"; it's usually elided to "mav-rick."

This man is obviously the result of the failed experiment that is phonics

Except in his case, it's pronounced "Phony-cs"

Right-on, actor.

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