Monday, August 8, 2011

Beat-Off for the month of August..

Give me some opinions and ideas people

11 comments:

  1. What is a "beat-off of the month"? If its what I think it is, candidate number one is Tax Cheat Timmy.

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  2. My nomination is Allen Greenspan for saying "that the USA can never default on its debt because we can ALWAYS print more money".

    I think that he may be senile.

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  3. TGP- Beat-Off of the month is the biggest douche, however you will have to clarify who this Timmy is. Sorry, but I don't know who you are refering to.

    H- That's a great suggestion, but may be better suited for ass of the century. Canditates must have expressed (beat-off) views, opinions, or just outright acted like dipshits in the month of August.

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  4. Tax Cheat Timmy is Tim Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury. He said there was no chance of a downgrade.

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  5. JOB- you'll have to get used to the 'lingo' that this club uses. Timmy is Geithner and Zero is the President. The club has nicknames for every Democrat in Congress and White House.

    Tenth- could you provide a full list to JOB so that he doesn't have to ask whom you reference?

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  6. Mud- Please do not post comments to pick fights with TGP.

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  7. I was just trying to be helpful because it took me weeks to learn the code words...

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  8. I appreciate your help. But I do believe the 2nd part of your comment was made sarcastically, just to pick a fight.

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  9. J.O.B.,

    I nominate President Barack Hussein Obama. With the economy in the tank, 14 million unemployed, first time unemployment claims up to 417,000, and the housing market sinking - he's on vacation.

    I suppose it could be worse - Dennis Miller said that he would rather have Obama on vacation than out to lunch like he normally is.

    Obama has maintained for nearly 3 years that his first priority is jobs - yet he's going to hold off producing a plan until next month.

    Maybe he meant that Brazilian jobs were his first priority - Brazil's unemployment rate is at 6%.

    What do you think?

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  10. I think that is a very good suggestion..........

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