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Should tncdel be allowed to keep on poking fun at Obama?

tncdel 2011/06/24 03:12:52
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  • Aqua Surf BTO-t-BCRA-F 2012/09/18 21:26:31
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Aqua Surf BTO-t-BCRA-F
    Wow, this one's an oldie but a goodie.
  • Todd *RP 2012* 2011/09/15 20:53:25
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Todd *RP 2012*
    he just doesn't need to be so hateful to those who disagree with him. it's too bad he can't discuss things like an adult.
  • jokeriser 2011/06/26 16:28:40
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    jokeriser
    who was it that said I disagree with every thing you say but will figth to the death for you to say it. that how I feel when it comes to his comments
  • SteveMarine- JLA 2011/06/26 06:01:03 (edited)
    NO, it's not right to make fun of Obama.
    SteveMarine- JLA
    My cell cell screwed me on the answer... yes he can... freedom of speech... but let's face it poor ole obama might not be able to get his teleprompter to work so he can try and defend him self... silly bastard. Sorry folks didn't mean to click no! Haha guess I need a teleprompter
  • Mr.Steve 2011/06/25 11:56:29
  • California Jones 2011/06/25 07:52:03
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    California Jones
  • Nuke 2011/06/25 07:21:01
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Nuke
    +2
    Well since the libs seemed to have no problem with poking fun at bush I don't see why they would get so upset at... Oh wait I forget they can't take a punch back.
  • Nuke Nuke 2011/06/25 07:24:26
  • hooda 2011/06/25 05:30:19
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    hooda
    +1
    Why wouldn't tncdel poke fun at 0bama? It's not as if 0bama is doing a good job or something.
    Sheesh.
  • Tina 2011/06/25 04:30:37
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Tina
    +2
    You betcha! It would be wrong not to.
  • saywhat 2011/06/25 03:20:52
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    saywhat
    +2
    epic failure obama I dont care just get em out of here now if not sooner....
  • kaZappoo 2011/06/25 02:58:56
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    kaZappoo
    +2
    you bet ............

    if the {P} resident was doing a truly terrific job would TNC ,or any one else "disgusted with obama "have any room to talk ?
  • eyeballz 2011/06/25 02:21:23
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    eyeballz
    +2
    Of course , we have the freedom to say what we want . Others who do not want to hear what is being said have the freedom to not listen . It is as simple as that !
  • johnnie.prewett 2011/06/25 02:02:35
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    johnnie.prewett
    +1
    yea, but it's kinda like shooting fish in a barrell or shooting sitting ducks or easy as a slam dunk or ....

    [all are invited to add more old cliches,.. or compose a new one].
  • Susan 2011/06/25 00:43:05
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Susan
    +2
    If one can burn the Flag, then one poke fun at the Prez. Poking fun at the Prez has been a pass time for over 200 years.
  • USAISME 2011/06/24 23:54:42
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    USAISME
    +2
    You bet.
  • TheMadChameleon 2011/06/24 23:47:05
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    TheMadChameleon
    +1
    Naturally. No law that says anyone has to AGREE with him, so if you're offended go cry elsewhere, if you think it's funny laugh along with him, none of the above ignore him or respond with civility! XD
  • Diana 2011/06/24 22:50:17
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Diana
    +2
    Sure he has every right to poke fun at our idiot of a president.He gives us enough material every day to do so.We have his teleprompter,his stuttering and stammering,his lies,his parties ,golf ,basketball.plus his ass kissing other countries.his intelligent stimulus Bill.He
    only stimulated himself.His love of illegals.He has no love left for the U.S.
  • Tithead 2011/06/24 22:42:22
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Tithead
    +1
    tncdel can say whatever he wnts... for now.
  • spike 2011/06/24 22:05:07
  • Jimbo 2011/06/24 22:04:06
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Jimbo
    +1
    To quote Forrest Gump,"Stupid is as stupid does." Form your own opinion on your choice of "Gumpers".
  • ☆ c61☆ 2011/06/24 20:28:35
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    ☆ c61☆
    +2
    Hmm...Some body get their feelings hurt?
    Well too bad!You go tncdel!
  • ReconMarine~PWCM*AVA*BTTB*JLA* 2011/06/24 20:06:04 (edited)
  • The Sane One 2011/06/24 19:53:57
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    The Sane One
    Just realize that many people will believe you to be a one trick pony and stay away from your pages.... which is fine, if you're into circle-jerks.

    If you want rational discussion, you may want to vary the topic from time to time.
  • tncdel The San... 2011/06/24 20:22:44
    tncdel
    +2
    Here's one I've picked especially for you:
    http://www.sodahead.com/fun/i...
  • The San... tncdel 2011/06/24 21:20:15
    The Sane One
    And here's my response to it.

    http://www.sodahead.com/fun/i...
  • santanasmooth 2011/06/24 19:46:05
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    santanasmooth
    +1
    yes but give it a rest, your one sided posts are redundant
  • tncdel santana... 2011/06/24 20:24:16
    tncdel
    +1
    You're quite correct. Like this one:
    http://www.sodahead.com/fun/w...
  • Piper 2011/06/24 19:20:52
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Piper
    +2
    "Allowed"? Well sure. Just lose the indignation when Republican politicians or potential candidates are "poked fun" at.
  • tncdel Piper 2011/06/24 20:26:19
    tncdel
    +2
    I'm an Independent with no partisan loyalties to create sacred cows. Bush was a lousy president, not nearly as bad as BO, but lousy, nonetheless. Take your best shot. :)~
  • Piper tncdel 2011/06/24 20:42:31
    Piper
    +2
    I have no "sacred cows" either. I just don't share your contempt of the current president.
  • Bethany 2011/06/24 18:51:57
    NO, it's not right to make fun of Obama.
    Bethany
    No it's never right to make fun at a person no matter how they look!
  • tncdel Bethany 2011/06/24 20:27:05
    tncdel
    +1
    Isn't that YOUR opinion? And isn't everyone entitled to their own opinion?
  • Bethany tncdel 2011/06/24 20:33:19
    Bethany
    Yeah that's my opinion
  • MindaBrown Bethany 2011/06/24 21:36:52
    MindaBrown
    Another dumb blonde out of california.
  • Bethany MindaBrown 2011/06/25 01:10:51
    Bethany
    Did you just called me dump you know use better words next time I'm kind hearted I promise I'll give you a second chance and I proud of that. And proud of you and everybody else especially you! And I also can be trusted too.
  • Bethany MindaBrown 2011/06/25 01:20:43
    Bethany
    Does my hair look good!
  • Bethany MindaBrown 2011/06/25 01:23:51
    Bethany
    America is a country of freedom but it dosen't mean you say badwords it's a country of people that should always do honered things they should be respectful too and that counts you MindaBrown.
  • TaterSalad 2011/06/24 18:27:22
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    TaterSalad
    +2
    Where did Barack Obama get his 57 states remark?

    John L. Esposito, professor of religion and international affairs and director of the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (CMCU) at Georgetown University, is the leading defender of radical Islam in U.S. higher education -- if not in the entire Western academy. He and his enterprise have returned to the public eye with the exposure that, in 2006-07, they were offered $325,000 by the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) and the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to hold a conference on Islamophobia at the university.
    A 57-member international body headquartered in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the OIC was founded in Morocco in 1969 to "protect" the Islamic sites in Jerusalem from Israel. It defines "Islamophobia" with considerable and questionable latitude, as any criticism of Muslim individual, institutional, ideological, legal, or cultural behavior. Combating Islamophobia as it conceives it, OIC seeks to prevent free discussion about Islam or the lives of Muslims under, for example, the radical Islamists dominating Saudi Arabia and rulers!
  • Lanikai 2011/06/24 18:08:55
    YES, it's called freedom of speech.
    Lanikai
    +5
    Yes, no one ever made liberal stop poking fun at Bush. Who is trying to make you stop?

    Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander people.

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