There is never a bad time to note how much of a weaselly sheepfucker Nigel Farage is. He's the British answer to the question "what would happen if you put Sarah Palin in charge of a racist third party." Besides Ted Cruz and Tony Abbott, he's got the most punchable face in the world.
This is my first read of the day, and I’m advised to get the bourbon? After Friday night tequila? Ok. On it. I blame these toadfaced cunts for the state of my liver.
People actually believe Farage is 'anti establishment'. Enough said.
He did later explain his comments about Romanians. He said he was 'tired' when he made them.
He would be 'uncomfortable' about living next door to Romanians. I wonder how he would feel if he ever found himself living next door to working class people.
Was he drinking those at the private party he was cozying up to Rupert Murdoch at?
Mr Farage would know all about a minority imposing its will in a supposed democracy, wouldn't he?
I'm talking about elected Democrats a la Tim Ryan, think "winning back" a tiny group of voters who switched from Obama to Trump is something we should waste time on.
Ah. OK. Different group, but I see your point.
If everyone agreed that we need to shoot Nazis(with votes of course) and not punch them, we could fix the whole problem.
It says it all that Toned Abs had a song written about his smirking evil face-punchworthiness - https://youtu.be/1QTRq-I6QCo
Wtf do you care what women wear you effing queen!
WTF??? First of all this post wasn't about fashion. Secondly, I do comment on another site which tracks fashion and style. What of it? I'm a Queen with opinions. Get the FUCK OVER IT! If you don't have something intelligent, or at least witty to add to the conversation STFU!
Fart in his general direction?
Saw their show in Seattle couple of weeks ago. Love all three of them. Their podcast keeps me sane.
Yes. The problem is voicing opinion gets twisted into accusations of curtailing expression that will end careers at it's worst, or just brings up nuisance lawsuits/investigations at it's best if someone challenges that opinion.
In politics, as with much of the rest of the world, perception is reality. Janet Reno, the AG under Clinton was famous for not paying anything less than sticker price for cars because she did not want to deal with the perception that she was using her position to get a better deal.