State of the Republican nominees for president (in Off-topic)


QBRanger January 19 2012 3:45 PM EST

We can also choose from a flip flopping socialist who provided the blueprint for ObamaCare, a serial cheater with an ego the size of Neptune, or an isolationist crank who wouldnï¾’t have stopped the Holocaust if it were occurring in present day.

Johnnie Walker is my co-pilot.

Lord Bob January 19 2012 3:52 PM EST

Obama for the win!

QBRanger January 19 2012 3:53 PM EST

Johnnie Walker for the win!!!

Lord Bob January 19 2012 3:54 PM EST

Real men drink Jack Danials!

(Johnnie Walker isn't bad either.)

QBsutekh137 January 19 2012 3:57 PM EST

I would certainly vote for Johnnie Walker -- which color? In keeping with GOP style, I assume it would be gold? Or dare I say...blue?

Lochnivar January 19 2012 3:57 PM EST

Umm, you mean Red, right?

Demigod January 19 2012 3:58 PM EST

1. Newt won't win, so you can ignore him.
2. I suggest Blue Label as a rare treat.

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] January 19 2012 3:59 PM EST

Is it sad that this isn't in debates and probably won't need to be?

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] January 19 2012 4:00 PM EST

Also, I like rum better.

Lord Bob January 19 2012 4:01 PM EST

Umm, you mean Red, right?
That's the cheap label. Ironically, the 1% would be drinking blue.

Is it sad that this isn't in debates and probably won't need to be?
We could always have a liquor war.

Lord Bob January 19 2012 4:05 PM EST

Speaking of Johnnie Walker, I have this hilarious image of Christopher Hitchens angry that he can't drink his scotch because an attractive girl's boobs are blocking his glass, but I cant post it. Again, the PG-rule spoils all the fun here.

QBsutekh137 January 19 2012 4:07 PM EST

Yeah, I was going more for affluence than color matching, but red certainly works, too.

Eliteofdelete [Battle Royale] January 19 2012 6:47 PM EST

I am going with the "isolationist crank." Although I don't completely agree with this total views on isolationism, I feel that he hits the nail on the head on a lot of other issues and is at least way different then most other politicians.

AdminTitan [The Sky Forge] January 19 2012 6:56 PM EST

at least way different then most other politicians.

That's definitely a huge positive in his favor.

Eliteofdelete [Battle Royale] January 19 2012 6:59 PM EST

And he has had the same stances on points for 20+ years. So freaking tired of people switching their political view with every new poll.

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] January 19 2012 9:59 PM EST

Dr. No as depicted by Futurama.
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