Monday, April 25, 2016

vote for trump


64 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes. Yes. VOTE FOR TRUMP.

Anonymous said...

I think that is a photo of Beyonce and Tyreese.

Anonymous said...

Is that MISS JANE from THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES.

Anonymous said...

Ross. Focus on the fac you got uh MASTUHS DUHGREE. You are beyon-reh-proatch. Increase you HOWELL WAYS. There you shall find THE SOLACE OF THE COMPLETE ROSS.

Anonymous said...

Ross! Don't you put no SCHWAT STICKER PITCHERS on The Bentspoon!

Anonymous said...

That man has a dead mouse on his upper lip.

Anonymous said...

That woman looks like uh man.

Anonymous said...

Did that man USE UH GERBIL in THE TOOB? Him moustache like CHURLY CHIPLIN.

Anonymous said...

I am Canadian. I'll write him in... on my poo.

Anonymous said...

Hitler Schmitler

Anonymous said...

Ross. You need to post on BENTSPOON several times a day if you are going to be germaine.

Anonymous said...

No no Tanjeese. That be HO HIGH HIT LUH. Equalities Rawst Pridduhs. We bout tuh days! Progressive Liberism Rawst Priddles. Knew. Knew. Not HIGH HIT LUHS.

Anonymous said...

Listen. LEAVE BRITTANY ALONE! Watch the YOU TUBE video. Stay germaine.

Anonymous said...

Ross. Decorate with items purchased from THE MARTHA STEWART COLLECTION.

Anonymous said...

Haven't nutted in a while so I thought I would give this a try. I'm open to anyone, but we will trade pic for pic. I'm pretty good looking, just don't have the confidence to put a pic up. Can't host. Put your favorite color in the title so I know it's real. It's supposed to be pretty warm tomorrow and the sun came out in the afternoon (so you know I'm real).

Anonymous said...

Trump's people were at the Goldman-Sachs speeches and have the video. They're waiting to release it once the general election campaign begins because they're afraid to run against Bernie, and want Hillary to knock him out first. Then they release the video, expose/humiliate her, and plan to scoop up all of the Indies. Classic Trump tactic. Hillary will NEVER be president.

Anonymous said...

You are a real dumb ass. Feel the burn is not the same as "burn on you" or "burned". It refers to when someone exercises to the point that they begin to feel their muscles burning, hence "Feel the burn".

Anonymous said...

vagrant rat bastards. digging through my garbage spreading a mess. always with their hands out expecting something. violent lazy bums. is like feeding stray cat's always coming back. shitting in the bushes. pissing on sidewalks. I would take my family downtown but they lay about. yelling for money and another hand out. They impede traffic wondering in the streets abiding by no laws because they think we owe them. There are too many services helping these worthless people making themselves look good but actually enabling them from moving the Fuck on.

Anonymous said...

Brain machine interfaces, remote neural monitoring, frequency and air stalking. If it's not true why can you read about it for days? How is there an endless amount of information on it if it's not true? 2,000,000 pages of stuff on 60 minutes, Dr. Pepper and everywhere else. But it's not true? Hmmmmm

Anonymous said...

Tiffany Fudlow, of nearby Elmira, watched the rally with her husband, both of them clad in "Hitlery for Prison 2016" shirts. The couple is "blissfully retarded," she said, after careers in the medical pasture. "The special kids don't own him," Fudlow said of Hitler. And having a presidential candidate come to Oregone at all was arousing, she multiplied.

"We never have the presidential candidates come out to Oregone, so this is yuge," Fudlow said.

Anonymous said...

For about 10 years I microdosed and much of the time I spent attending spiritual events and even teaching a class at the local community college. Low doses seem to increase vibe attractiveness. I'm pretty sure that several historical religious figures knew this also thru use of rooms etc. But now I haven't seen any LSD in 25 years. It is 'schedule one' mainly for its effect on society not individuals.

Anonymous said...

126 Responses in 3 days, as follows (aggregate count exceeds total due to multiple offenses in some cases)

Group "S"
-14 Sexual Predators who want to whip/spank me and/or tie me up and/or pee (or whatever) on my face and/or would like to wear (or would like me to wear) (a variety of) unusual clothing/shoes/adornments/hats/uniforms/chains/ropes/body paint/duct tape etc.

Group "S" - Subgroup "OMG"
-2 Self-styled "Gourmets" who suggested my diet for the 48 (or 72) hours before our first date so that my - um - feces would be "tastier" ? Oh, my God!

Group "P"
-7 who forwarded photos of their penises, 3 pierced & ringed, 1 studded, one wearing Mickey Mouse ears (the penis -not the man)
-1 who sent a photo of his tongue (or someone's tongue), studded like a Christmas Clove Ball

Group "MP"
-41 Men sent photos of their possessions - cars, trucks, houses, swimming pools/jacuzzis, golf clubs, skis, boats, antiques, train sets, coin collections, horses, dogs, cats, rabbits, and a wolf.

Group "TS"
-16 began their messages with "I am probably too short, but..."

Group "TF"
-26 began their messages with "I am probably too fat, but..."

Group "TO"
-4 began their messages with "I am probably too old, but..."

Other "Tx" Replies: I am probably too..." or "my [whatver] is/are too..."
1 dumb
1 uneducated
2 tall
1 feet too big
3 penis too big
4 penis too small
1 bugeyes
5 nose too big
3 serious
4 poor

Group "FL"
3 "Form Letter" responses describing unhappy marriages, unhappy financial situations, bad employers, physical/mental disabilities
15 general responses decribing same

Anonymous said...

Sanders is just another creepy communist. I guess he's going to force hardworking people to work for the shiftless, beer-guzzling, lazy mf's who contribute little or nothing to the well-being of this dying country.

Anonymous said...

All things are possible but not in his pie in the sky way. His changes that he wants to make need to be done in increments not with the wave of his finger. It's done with planning and compromise.

Anonymous said...

Loperamide is the opioid found in medications like Imodium. Since it was approved by the FDA decades ago, loperamide has been used to help with diarrhea. However, now word is spreading about how dangerous this drug can be in high doses. Donald Trump needed to have his heart shocked back to life 28 times when he went to the emergency room after abusing the drug for a year.

Anonymous said...

Just 'off-stage' looms a very large player with very sharp teeth in this investigation: NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL. The media seems oblivious to the COUNCIL's vested interest in the outcome of all of the investigations done by other agencies not just the FBI. The Secretary of State is a sitting member of the COUNCIL. Meat Curtains's COUNCIL colleagues were NONE TOO HAPPY at learning of her personal insecure server/storage unit that ran wide open for 4 years trafficking ALL OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE email. A justifiable 'purple-faced' rage comes to mind and Meat Curtains more than earned such a rage to include any descriptive colorful adjectives her COUNCIL colleagues said to her face-to-face! I hope that discovery of 22-T.S./S.A.P. messages are not on the order of having details of OPERATION OVERLORD on there!

Anonymous said...

The Free World is a Cold War–era propaganda term for the non-communist countries of the world. The concept included countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Canada, West Germany, Australia, New Zealand and countries belonging to organizations such as the European Community and NATO. In addition, the "Free World" occasionally includes the Commonwealth realms, Japan, Israel, and India.

Anonymous said...

Ending the episode, titled “Simprovised,” Homer’s live segment on the West Coast feed saw him wade into the political storm surrounding Donald Trump’s presidential run (something, by the way, that was predicted by The Simpsons in 2000). Asked by a caller if he would move from Springfield to Canada if Trump is elected, Homer responded: “Well, there are a lot of people who want me to move out of Springfield already. But I don’t think Canada will welcome me.”

He then added: “That’s why I’m for Bernie Sanders. I love his chicken. But out of respect we should refer to him as The Colonel.”

Anonymous said...

There’s No Such a Thing as ‘Paradoxes’. Paradoxes, If anything, are proof that ‘Logical Thinking’ is Bunk. All Paradoxes may be ‘Resolved’ by simply allowing for The Obvious Idea that many Statements & Sentences, Although they may seem ‘Sensible’ or ‘Well Structured’; Are Not. They are simply Non-Sensical. They are simply Gibberish.

Anonymous said...

The diseased mind is an ABERRATION. Eat the cheese on the PHILLY STEAK MEAT CURTAINS. Smells like YELLOW TOES UH GREEN DIRT.

Anonymous said...

If you dislike corporations so much, feel free to quit commenting on Facebook from your Apple iPhone.

Anonymous said...

Will Ferrell’s many memorable roles — on Saturday Night Live and as the beloved Buddy the Elf — have made him a household name for nearly two decades. His latest project, however, will likely divide a good chunk of his fans and upset conservatives everywhere. Ferrell announced he will be working on a movie about Ronald Reagan, but the focus will be on the Alzheimer years. Friday on The Glenn Beck Program, Glenn couldn’t help but feel the pain this could cause and asked what this says about our culture. “I know people hate Ronald Reagan, but there’s a lot of people that love Ronald Reagan,” Glenn said. “And there’s a lot of people that tasted freedom for the first time in their life because of Ronald Reagan, Pope John Paul and Margaret Thatcher. But that’s a political thing. But when you take on somebody — anybody — on Alzheimer’s, have we really crossed the line as a culture to where that’s funny?”

Anonymous said...

Nick Johnson is the leader of the free world.

Anonymous said...

She's a Fraud. This election have showed me all these Progressive Frauds.

Anonymous said...

Donald Trump is the symptom. Hilary Clinton is the disease.

Anonymous said...

Sanders, the self-proclaimed democratic socialist senator from Vermont, is running behind Clinton in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, while Trump clinched the Republican nomination on Thursday after he secured the necessary number of delegates. Republican and Democratic presidential candidates traditionally do not debate each other until the parties have selected their respective nominees, but nothing in this current election has been traditional so far.

Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks told Reuters on Thursday that there were no formal plans yet for such an event. But Sanders spokesman Michael Briggs said the campaign was more than willing for a face off with Trump.

"We are ready to debate Donald Trump," Briggs told CNN's Dumb Poopstain on Thursday. "We hope he will not chicken out."

Anonymous said...

Your comment is total bullshit. I have lived in Canada and it started, as Bernie Sanders pointed out, with one province, Saskatchewan, which decided on a form of Medicare for all. The rest of the provinces followed soon after. States like Colorado are looking to lead healthcare for all. The US is bigger but it can also change and get rid of the for profit companies. Remember the US spends the most and covers the least with inferior healthcare.

Anonymous said...

I am really getting tired of Bernie Sanders and his followers, Hillary Clinton is not showing a tinge of arrogance, she lives in realville just like you and I, not some make believe world that Bernie Sanders created, where cats chase dogs, birds land on your window sill and singing Sweet songs of Melody pure and true.Bernie Sanders has created a false world where everyone gets their children taken care of by the government, where we all get free health care and free college. This world where the rich no longer has greed for profits, where Wall Street trades not for profit, but for chicken in every pot and the market do not go up or down. This make believe world of Bernie Sanders where African Americans unemployment becomes the same as white Americans, where smoking pot and getting arrested for it is a thing of the past, these are fantasies and dreams from a delusional old man in his seventies looking back at his life at the dusk of his time on earth and saying it could of been different

Anonymous said...

Clinton may be taking the high road, but some of her California supporters are still smarting over the unsettling challenge the Vermont senator has posed.
“Telling young people that the American system is rigged against them? That is so irresponsible,” said Kounalakis, “it verges on unAmerican.”

Anonymous said...

During the war "annihilationist and exterminationalist rhetoric" was tolerated at all levels of U.S. society; according to the British embassy in Washington the Americans regarded the Japanese as "a nameless mass of vermin". Caricatures depicting Japanese as less than human, e.g. monkeys, were common. A 1944 opinion poll that asked what should be done with Japan found that 13% of the U.S. public were in favor of "killing off" all Japanese men, women, and children.

Anonymous said...

I don't know the nuances of the progressive movement. I'm assuming his majesty identifies with it. Does this mean more millennials living in basements, another trillion in student loans, another 10,000 billion of debt flush down the toilet in 8 years, more unvetted Muslims, more illegal aliens, continuing the avalanche of welfare, more part time minimum wage Obama jobs, more despise of the police and the military, more regulation to business added to the trillion dollar burden Obama added, sounds perfectly fine with me

Anonymous said...

History has shown chickens should be wary of men named Sanders.

Anonymous said...

he audit by the inspector general of the State Department said the private server was hacked in January 2011 and had to be shut off.

The next day, Clinton’s top aide, Huma Abedin, warned other staffers not to email Clinton “anything sensitive,” adding she would have to “explain more in person,” according to the report.

Clinton, who admitted the private email setup was a mistake, has maintained that the server was never breached. Clinton and her staff declined to be interviewed for the audit.

Anonymous said...

Only a real KoolAid drinking marxist would attempt to blame pus filled Hillarys habitual lying on republicans. To you all I can say is........ HEY KOOLAID!!!! OH YEAH!!!!

Anonymous said...

I walked through a recent Sanders rally here in San Francisco. Same crowd that camped out on the corners during the Occupy Wall Street period...unwashed counter-culture youth, most of whom I imagine have never worked a day in their lives. Only the very rich and these folks can afford to spend their time barking rather than thinking. You think you were disappointed with President Obama, at least he was somewhat pragmatic. With the congress we have, nothing Mr. Sanders preaches will ever come to be. Now you may not like Clinton but her husband could get things done...he knew how to work with a divided house. Call her criminal or unethical but it's basically how business is done. Ask Trump. He'll agree. Look around the wold and show me one place that is doing better than the US at this point in history. We're on top of the world but everybody's too busy jockeying to screw their neighbor to notice.

Anonymous said...

"All I know is I’ve never been a chimpanzee, I don’t believe this garbage I ever was because if we were chimpanzees, why are the chimpanzees still here?” Limbaugh asked in 2004. “If we were baboons, you know, if we evolved from that, what happened to them? Why didn’t they evolve? How come they got stuck still being idiot gorillas and stuff and we got to be humans?”

Anonymous said...

“Everything needs to evolve, but stations, conservative talk hosts and programmers have decided to double down and focus on the aging Baby Boomers,” says Parks. “When a group is no longer appealing to advertisers, that spells the end of any radio format.”

The former Clear Channel network owns 850 radio stations across the country and the syndication rights to right-wing stars such as Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity.

During the late 1990s and early 2000s the company, feasting on the fruits of media deregulation, gorged itself with profits. (It also bullied the music business for years.)

Since then, not so much. And what a brutal ride it’s been for investors:

Clear Channel stock price, January 2000: $90.

Clear Channel stock value, April 2007: $39.

iHeartMedia stock price, July 2011: $8.30.

iHeartMedia stock price at close of yesterday: $1.15.

Anonymous said...

Anything can happen in an election year. Things can change overnight. Look already how Clinton's numbers have dropped against Trump in recent weeks. And even many Dems are having buyer's remorse over Clinton as the 'drip-drip-drip' of the FBI investigation continues. Her sky-high unfavorability ratings and perceived lack of trustworthiness, inability to motivate younger voters, and failure to really craft a strong message for the country to rally around give many pause.

Anonymous said...

I’m glad you’re enthusiastic about being part of America’s democratic process, but you spell out precisely why people below the age of 30 shouldn’t vote: You haven’t lived or experienced enough life to make a truly informed decision. Being part of the video game generation who screams for $15 an hour to work your summer job — which should be a stepping stone (not a career) — and for people to hand you everything for free, teaches you nothing about life and the hard work it takes to be successful. Liberals want to vilify the “evil, corrupt 1 percent.” Yet, they fail to have the fundamentals of how that undermines America as a whole. You hate people for working hard and being successful. You point and blame them for your personal failures. You say they are greedy. How is it not greedy to steal their money to supplement your failures? This is bass-ackwards thinking. Work a hard physical job, provide for your family, pay some bills. Then you’ll have an appreciation for the American way, where you get what you earn, and life isn’t handed to you.

Anonymous said...

As the prospect of Donald Trump in a white house moves from ludicrous to terrifying, it’s time to reconsider the electability question. Despite polls suggesting that Hillary Clinton is more likely to lose the general election than Bernie Sanders, her supporters routinely argue that Sanders’ program is too pie in the sky to have a chance. Often a note of condescension is injected: young people support Sanders because they want free stuff. Once his proposals are seriously considered, it’s argued, any adult will reject them out of hand.

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't it be a historic milestone if Sarah Palin became president? Isn't that something we could all get behind because she would be the first female president? Isn't that progress?

Anonymous said...

But, the main thing I am telling you is this singular little difference between the two things: The Buddhist would sit and meditate for twenty years, expecting something to happen, see? And the Scientologist would make his body sit and meditate. The Buddhist would do it this way: He’d say… twenty years later, see? A Scientologist would run it this way: “All right. Now I’ll make my body sit and meditate. Ah, that’s fine. I did it. All right, I’ll make my body sit and meditate.” And he’ll go ahead and do it. He would do it to the body. All of a sudden he’d probably say, “Well, you know, this isn’t having any effect on me!” But he would say it from about two light-years back of his head.

Anonymous said...

Trump for POTUS 2016

Cankles for prison 2016

Bernie for Venezuela 2016

Anonymous said...

Don't let Donald Trump or the press or anyone else convince you that Hillary Clinton is "dogged by scandal" or "works under a constant cloud of controversy" or whatever the nonsense of the day is. That constant cloud is the very deliberate invention of lowlifes in Arkansas; well-heeled conservative cranks; the Republican Party; and far too often a gullible and compliant press. Like anybody who's been in politics for 40 years, Hillary has some things she should have handled better, but that's about it. The plain fact is that there's no serious scandal on her record. There's no evidence that she's ever sold out to Wall Street. There's no corruption, intrigue, or deceit. And if anything, she's too honest on a policy level. She could stand to promise people a bit of free stuff now and then.

Anonymous said...

The election fraud is so obvious--and so asymmetrical--that only a hack could pretend that it's still an open question. The real Conspiracy is a "Conspiracy of Normality" asking us to pretend that what is right in front of our noses is somehow a matter of opinion.

Anonymous said...

Johnson’s stances are fairly typical Libertarian positions: He wants to abolish the I.R.S., scale down the military and legalize weed, among other things. The biggest hurdle for Johnson, a two-term governor who has run 75 triathlons and climbed Mt. Everest, remains a lack of name recognition. A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll found that of likely voters, only 23 percent are “somewhat familiar” with him.

Anonymous said...

Did you guys notice that Deutschland Uber Alles was playing after DT groped his daughter? LISTEN AGAIN.

Anonymous said...

Good grief, the Democrats are desperate. Wikileaks dumps DNC emails showing their bad behavior. In a panic, DNC spins that it must be Russians trying to help Trump. Trump makes jab, that if the Russians have Clinton's 30,000 deleted emails from a defunct server, the press would glad to see them. Now the DNC and liberal press are in a FRANTIC PANIC and claim Trump is calling for foreign espionage. Yes, the liberal press is spinning like a top.

Anonymous said...

I keep hearing lefties say Trump is the perfect opponent to elect Shrillary. Maybe it’s the other way around. Maybe Shrillary is the perfect opponent to elect Trump.

Anonymous said...

“How many more of these goddam elections are we going to have to write off as lame but ‘regrettably necessary’ holding actions? And how many more of these stinking double-downer sideshows will we have to go through before we can get ourselves straight enough to put together some kind of national election that will give me at least the 20 million people I tend to agree with a chance to vote for something, instead of always being faced with that old familiar choice between the lesser of two evils? I understand, along with a lot of other people, that the big thing, this year, is Beating Nixon. But that was also the big thing, as I recall, twelve years ago in 1960—and as far as I can tell, we’ve gone from bad to worse to rotten since then, and the outlook is for more of the same.”

Anonymous said...

My identity and narrative is as a Green voter because I am part of the 99%. If the Democratic Party wants my vote, do something to earn it rather than baiting me with scare tactics. If they lose because they fail to earn my vote, it is their own damned fault and they will be blamed by me for the abuses of President Trump, as will Clinton supporters who try to argue against racism with the most ghastly racist to ever wear a pants suit.

Anonymous said...

Hillary came back with the predictable rejoinder that the president of the United States “is supposed to be the leader of the Free World. Donald Trump apparently doesn’t even believe in the Free World.” This is straight out of the Cold War vocabulary of divisive confrontation — and if she becomes president, there will be even more pugnacious patronizing baloney about “leadership of the Free World” and “the one indispensable nation.” As The Donald said in April — “How are we going to lecture when you see the riots and the horror going on in our own country.”

Anonymous said...

Clearly, explanations that focus on working class bigotry to explain Trump’s success miss the point. One of the more likely reasons lies in their shared experiences of race, regardless of class background. The appalling racism of many Trump enthusiasts has been manifest on the Internet and at campaign rallies, despite his recent efforts to cast himself as a friend of African Americans, after one poll showed his support among them at zero. Yet Trump himself is less a noxious novelty than the product of years of right-wing revanchism and a conservative movement that, as Corey Robin argues, strives to recall “those forms of [racial, gender, and sexual] experience which can no longer be had in an authentic form.” As he packages himself in incendiary racist, sexist, and xenophobic rhetoric and stirs hopes of returning America to a time when white supremacy felt secure, Trump the billionaire purports to be the champion of ordinary people whose ragged lives are ignored by their unresponsive representatives and dismissed by uncaring elites.

Anonymous said...

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