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  • seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 Feb 2, 2013 2:42 PM Flag

    Hannity, Limpballs Actively Hoping for a Recession so stooooopid party can Regain Power

     

    On Thursday’s hate talk radio program, the bloated and drug-addled leader of the stooooopid party, Rush Limpballs, was willing to sacrifice economic gains just to see the president hurt. “Any immediate economic setback, or the perception of one, could weaken Obama’s clout,” he said. “Maybe a sour economy is worth it if it will distract Obama.”

    High school-educated Sean Hannity spoke wishfully about the possibility of another quarter of economic contraction. “There’s a lot of talk these days about how the stooooopid party can come back politically,” he said. “I’ll tell you right now, the quickest possible way politically, with a contracting economy like this, if it happens again in the next quarter, that’s a recession.”

    Fuggin treasonous scrotes.

    SEASONS BEATINGS!!!

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    • I sometimes listen to Imus in the morning on Fox Business because he routinely takes jabs at lightweights like Hannity. At various times Imus has said that when unemployment goes DOWN, Hannity either wears a black armband for the day or has to be medicated.

      Politics before country? Nah, couldn't be, could it?

    • Her highness Hillary, Rhodes Scholar, legal genius, was Secretary of State for 4 yrs. At the end of her glorious world tour she presides over the killing of a US Ambassador and three american heroes in a dirt bag country at the hand of sand ni--ers using weapons of the Arab Spring.

      Way to go Hillary ! We love you so. Did you ever talk to Henry?

    • TREASONOUS!!!! TRAITOR!!!!!

      ALL OF YOU BAGGERS!!!!!!

      GET THE EFFFFFFF OUT OF THE COUNTRY!!!!!

      How COMPLETELY pathetic that you let politics win over country.

      Completely pathetic.

 
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