Star Of Obama Anti-Romney Ad Not As Hopenchangy As You Might Think

This is pretty damn funny. The guy doesn’t like Romney but he really hates Obama:

The star of a pro-Obama super PAC ad is speaking out against … President Barack Obama.

“I could really care less about Obama,” Donnie Box says of President Obama, according to In These Times. “I think Obama is a jerk, a pantywaist, a lightweight, a blowhard. He hasn’t done a goddamn thing that he said he would do. When he had a Democratic Senate and Democratic Congress, he didn’t do a damn thing. He doesn’t have the guts to say what’s on his mind.”

Oh, my…

33 thoughts on “Star Of Obama Anti-Romney Ad Not As Hopenchangy As You Might Think

  1. So he’s upset because Obama isn’t liberal enough. In fact, he “really hates” both guys, and won’t vote for either–sounds like he and Joe have a lot in common.

    • And of course that makes your headline wrong–the guy is more “hopenchangy” than Obama turned out to be.

  2. I’d really hate to be a Democratic president in these days. That party, and it’s big tent ideology …

    I imagine it’s hard to keep all the special interest groups, and phreaks happy at the same time. 🙂

    • “I imagine it’s hard to keep all the special interest groups, and phreaks happy at the same time.”

      Kinda like the Tea Party folks, the conservative Christians, the Ron Paul libertarians, the militia nuts, and the Romneyites?

        • How was I dissing Paul? I was just pointing out that Republicans–like Dems–have a lot of conflicting interests. But since I’m not in a swing state, my vote doesn’t matter, anyway. That’s why I wish there were at least two more credible parties, one more liberal than the existing options and one more conservative.

          Remember my June 25 post saying why you folks in swing states should vote for Obama or Romney, but the rest of us shouldn’t?

          • 1. Let me give you a lil reminder, sweet angel baby: “I think he considers Ron Paul to be a nut (the feeling may be mutual).”
            2. SBJ, every vote matters.
            3. I wish there were more parties, as well.
            4. Yes, I remember your post. I still stand by my comment that every vote matters.

            I hope I got an A professor. 😉

            • When I said he considers Paul to be a nut, I was talking about Romney’s feelings, not mine. But I have to admit I have dissed him elsewhere–I just thought you were referring to my comment here.

              And while we disagree about the value of votes (or perhaps more specifically, how they might matter), I actually like it when students disagree with me. You get the A. 🙂

        • Kells – “Wyt the hello must everyone diss Ron Paul?”

          “How was I dissing Paul? I was just pointing out that Republicans–like Dems–have a lot of conflicting interests.”

          This right here is a horsesh*t answer wrapped in a “I didn’t do it.” wrapper.

          James’ response is no less a diss then the one I shoved at him. It’s just as rhetorical in nature as the words I spoke…..

          Me: “I imagine it’s hard to keep all the special interest groups, and phreaks happy at the same time.”
          James: “Kinda like the Tea Party folks, the conservative Christians, the Ron Paul libertarians, the militia nuts, and the Romneyites?”

          And though he will come back at me for pointing this out some other form of bullsh*it meant to deceive you, and make himself look better, trust your first instincts Kells. You were right.

          The difference is, I do not pretend I am a Saint. I’m a sinner that has the guts to be straightforward and honest with it. Now if James would just man up to his b.s., we could move on with an understanding.

          • “James’ response is no less a diss then the one I shoved at him.”

            Now THAT is the kind of horsesh*t anwer we’d expect from you. But really, explain how my response is different from yours, and how I dissed Ron Paul with the phrase “Ron Paul libertarians”? In case you hadn’t noticed (and you probably haven’t, so I’ll go ahead and explain it), Paul IS a libertarian.

            It really is difficult to be politically correct enough for the tender feelings of some of the wimpy conservatives here. (And yes, Augger, that was aimed at you–straightforward and honest enough for you? Although it was longer than five words, so you probably didn’t follow it.

            • And now comes the victim card. James, we are all enough to know a label when we see one, and the context of your retort is what it is. Now don’t be getting all butt-hurt over it. If you can’t play in the sandbox, jump out and let someone else have your spot.

              • Yeah, I knew you couldn’t answer, but felt obligated to let you try. We bleeding hearts just keep giving the pitiful too many chances, you know.

                By the way, you love that “butt-hurt” phrase, don’t you? Are you trying to confess something? Or is it just the feeling you get from so often having your head stuck up you a**?

      • No, more like the NAACP, The Eco Terrorists, Gay Rights Activists (thinks back to Oblamer and his evolving), Socialist, Marxists, Atheists, and just about anyone else who does not share conservative principles.

        Of course, I am not preaching anything new to you. I am sure you read this 50x day on other conservative website/blogs/etc/etc/etc.

  3. Kells, he didn’t diss Paul, at least not here. Paul does have some baggage, mostly racial, that he carries around. Plus, he has never authored any major legislation. All he has done is make sense on economic issues and predict the outcome of the Iraq war. Come to think of it, that makes him better qualified than either front-runner.

    • G., he did not slight him as badly as these boys here, but his comment has its implications. As for the racism, I don’t know that I trust all those stupid letters….

      On another thread, Guy had us read Phoebe’s post (very good.) I pointed out the one thing I didn’t like, and that’s the one thing that RP actually backs (as did the founding fathers.) No worries, though. I’ll vote for Romney because I’m not a loony conservative……well, maybe a little.

      • No Kells, you get an immediate different judgement and title to go with your vote … you are now a “Romneyite” as coined by James. He’s got a few more, just head over to his site, you’ll see. 🙂

        • As long as James continues to call us right “anything”, are we not justified in identifying him as the communist he is?

          • You can call me anything you want. Really. I’m not thin-skinned, and it’s not like you folks have either the capacity to do me any harm or any credibility. So fire away.

            • I think I will just call you James. I am much too indifferent to your fate to spend a moment worrying about it.

              • “I am much too indifferent to your fate to spend a moment worrying about it.”

                Yeah, sure–I can tell from the dozens of weak insults you’ve managed to compose to lob my way. 🙂

                • Like I said, if they are weak, then you should ask yourself why you aren’t worth more thought. 🙂

                • Nah, I’ve seen enough of your writing elsewhere–I know you’re doing your best. Poor thing.

        • Oh, “Romneyite” is now an insult, too, as opposed to just shorthand for a Romney supporter? Would neocon have been better? Geez, it’s so hard to be politcally correct and avoid hurting poor conservatives’ tender feelings here.

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