Actually... I have a better idea. Why don't you educate me a little. Tell me 5 specific things Obama has done to make America a better place and tell me why what he did, has a positive effect on the world around us.
almost 2 years ago
@Joshua Well, I did learn to read in school under Governor Bush. So, you're probably right. But before you argue the constitution, you should probably learn to argue. Ever heard of a straw man argument...cuz you're pretty damn good at it.
And telling people not to comment if they don't like something is simply a round about way of telling them to shut up. Did you pass the SATs?
"Comment on this post" is to "Talk" as "Don't comment on this post" is to...??
Yeah. I would like to say that Bush, is no better than Obama. They are both shills selling the US out to private foreign interests. Bush & Obama work for the same people and it's not us.
Secondly, suggesting that people let something roll off their back and to just move along does not equate to insisting they say nothing at all. They can if they want. There is a difference between a suggestion and an order.
You're getting mighty snippy there Greg. Panties too tight? BTW, what you would say my "straw-man" argument was? Obama's disregard for the US Constitution or people's lack of ability to understand it?
Again, if you can tell me 5 things Obama has done to make America better for you and I, I'm here to listen.
That's the straw man argument right there Joshua. Who said I was defending Obama? I was here to point out your hypocritical statement. As a matter of fact, if you look back at all my posts, you will suddenly realize that this is the first post I've made any mention of him. You are attacking a position I haven't even taken. I may as well attack your stance on off shore drilling. And now you're bringing my panties into the situation. My panties are none of your damned business.
Okay. So you never said anything about Obama. Fine. My stance on my original post remains. BTW, when I was asking for the 5 things Obama has done... that wasn't just for you. It was for anyone who thinks they can provide such information. As for my statement being hypocritical... Pointing out that there is no need to bash someone because of their dribbble shot, and telling someone they can't post are two different things.
The following comment is NOT for Greg...
Bush vs Obama - If you hated bush, you should hate obama. If you liked Bush, you should LOVE Obama. See, Obama has done nothing but extend everything Bush did. Just like how Bush simply extended everything Clinton did. This is a stupid cycle with two candidates who both work for the same interest. Democrats & Republicans are like two wings to the same bird of prey. They are used to divide the nation and keep us arguing about what the Dems & Repubs do so that we never stand together against the corrupt foreign interest which has bought off our political & banking system. If any of you are truly open minded and like to learn, I suggest you check out some material:
"The Creature from Jekyll Island" (Book)
"The Obama Deception" (Video)
"The Money Masters" (Video)
"Invisible Empire" (Video)
"Tragedy & Hope" (Book)
More available if interested.
@Joshua...Dude, just let it roll off your back already. :)
Honestly, there's nothing we can do but discuss. Here's why:
"There is a tragic flaw in our precious Constitution, and I don’t know what can be done to fix it. This is it: Only nut cases want to be president."
@Greg - Finally. A post I agree with. :D
I disagree completely with the sentiments of the design, but from an aesthetic standpoint, I'd say people would buy it. Looks like you added some dimension to the black letters to make them pop out, and the "O" logo is punched in. Very nice. Seems like you could scoot the "O" in a little bit though. I'm sure the jaggies on the "G" are a resizing issue, so it should print just fine. Go forth and be a capitalist! (do not give these stickers away, that would be un-American.)
When everyone understands that the American public have been duped into a non-existent two-party system where Bush is Obama is Bush then we'll have a better grasp on how to work together to better our dismembered nation.
by Shane Helm
A nod to Skylar Hartman's gorgeous R.P. logo:
almost 2 years ago
by Skylar Hartman
This seemed appropriate. (fyi, I'm a Republican and the Reps have lost their origins)
Ron Paul ftw
@shane That's nice too! I like that it's a positive message. Very classy, and doesn't have a party-specific smear to it. I'm not sure if you meant it to read "man I can't wait for 2012 to get Obama out of office" or "man I can't wait to get the country on track and we've got big things planned for 2012" but I read it as the latter, and love that.
@Max I'm an equal opportunity hater, but wasn't the entire 2012 Dem campaign based on blaming everything on Bush?
It's the politics game. Worthless. Both parties are self-serving control freaks pushing forward a global agenda of turning populations into servile garbage.
No matter your view on obama, this is still a killer bumper sticker :P
I think you should probably read the About/FAQ section. This isn't for spamming the internets with your opinions/views on politics. So what are you working on?
And anyone actively engaging in a political debate here (R or D) is a mouthbreather.
I'd say this is a PRO Obama statment... it's what'll be said to all you teabagged morons when my man Obama is re-elected. Perhaps you should've used McCain's dinky little star.
We get it. The Obama "O" fits nicely into lots of words with the letter "O" in them. How about "O% creative"?
Man that's weird, I didn't realize Conservatives even possessed the natural creative abilities needed to be designers.
Guess I was right.
Things Obama Has Done:
@Mike: In my humble opinion, I would like to consider myself a designer - I also happen to be a Conservative. Do I align myself with the Republican party? No (partly because I am Canadian, and partly because they shoot themselves in the foot repeatedly). I think it's a bit unfair to say Conservatives don't have the mental capacity to be designers, and unfair to say Conservatives = Republicans.
EDIT: Also for disclosure: I didn't want Obama to be in office, but don't think he's done a terrible job. He's done some things I don't agree with, but for the most part the country is in a better position now than it was 3-4 years ago.
EDIT AGAIN: @Markerarts: Really? We have to resort to namecalling and making generic terms up for people with other beliefs? Come on, we are all more mature than that. Let's not devolve here.
@Luke: "O" doesn't work as "O%" ;)
@Tyler: Probably the best thing I've read so far.
Politics bring the absolute worst out in people.
@Tyler thank you. I too am a "conservative" and a designer. it's funny, you blame people for being "close minded" but you are just as much...
I'm going to go out on a limb and assume Mike was making a pretty obvious joke.
Maybe I give people too much credit though?
Whether it's fair or not, at least conservatives aim their criticism at the actual politicians as opposed to liberals, who tend to make vast generalizations about the supporters of their opponent. (Refer to the posts in this thread if you don't believe me)
Instead of bitching about something so unimportant and trivial, put some effort into helping make a difference. Empty words are worthless.
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