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  •  You're joking right? (5+ / 0-)

    You are actually trying to link her defense of her son with some type of character flaw just to undermine her endorsement of Obama.

    Seriously, tell me how it works?  Do you all get an email? Because yesterday it was a coordinated effort to surface the plight of the poor, disenfranchised voters of Florida.

    Some advice: Travel lightly.

    by dbratl on Mon Jan 28, 2008 at 08:12:53 PM PST

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    •  It's a game maybe? Who can cause the most chaos? (1+ / 0-)
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    •  Excellent question... (2+ / 0-)

      Is there someone at the Clinton camp just looking for reasons that you should disenfranchise any and all Obama supporters?

      Hell, I think that all Obama and Edwards supporters should register on Hillary's site just to see exactly what kind of bullshit they are feeding their support group!

      Who the hell cares what their son is doing! Of course they're going to support their son, as long as he isn't breaking the law. Crude? yes. Funny? I sure laughed my butt off (especially at the RISD connection above :-P).

      You have to put this into context... This kid grew up watching Will Ferrell, Adam Sandler, and the late Chris Farley. These are the kind of humorous antics you would have seen in a one of their flicks or on SNL. Because he created a board game called "Don't drop the soap," doesn't mean he celebrates rape.

      This is worse than the media... you people never stop!

      "In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." - George Orwell

      by Thomas McMillan on Mon Jan 28, 2008 at 08:25:36 PM PST

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      •  Hell, the other games are blood and guts...nt (0+ / 0-)
      •  You sound awfully paranoid (4+ / 0-)

        Especially with "you people"!  Who on earth are you talking about?

        When you say

        Funny? I sure laughed my butt off

        Remember that every time you make light of rape, you legitimize it in the eyes of others - you certainly imply that it is not that big a deal.  

        I can't even express the disgust I feel when people make light of rape (or torture).

        •  neither do I (0+ / 0-)

          and that just isn't the point I'm making. I understand that certain people will laugh at a comment like "Don't drop the soap," and others will not. If you go through life trying to please every person on this planet though, you will never be successful.

          Is this politically correct? Sure it isn't. Will it offend some people? Yes. Will it offend a majority of people? You'd have to take a poll.

          I really don't think that this is a reflection on Gov. Sebelius or her Husband at all. That's the point I'm trying to make.

          Am I paranoid... not really. But I have seen plenty of evidence supporting the fact that often times these dirty little details surface at the most inopportune time for someone, and it is almost never by coincidence.

          "In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." - George Orwell

          by Thomas McMillan on Mon Jan 28, 2008 at 08:46:32 PM PST

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    •  Her support of Obama? (2+ / 0-)
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      What the hell are you talking about?  I don't support any of the primary candidates and I certainly have no interest in cutting any of them down.

    •  As shocking as this subject is, I have (0+ / 0-)

      learned there is another game being distributed that is equally horrific, if not more so.  It involves murder!  One of several  possible perpetrators is called Colonel Mustard.  The homicide may be committed by various means, including a Wrench, in variou rooms, such as the Conservatory or the Kitchen.  I don't know of any connection to Governor Sebelius, but as she injected herself into this arena by giving birth to a son who grew up yet apparently refuses to leave home, she should be forced to equally denounce both her son's evil game, and Hasbro's "Clue."

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