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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by rdowns, Nov 5, 2009.
Priceless. Just priceless.
What happened? I can't watch at work.
It's really worth watching, or waiting to watch. Props rdowns, I was "driven crazy"
I knew you were going to post that.
He was leading the crowd in the pledge (because it drives liberals crazy), got to the under god part, which he said very loudly and then left out the word indivisible.
Watch when you get home, very funny.
Oh boy. What an idiot.
Stupid Tea Bagger!
The Freudian slip is that their brand of politics is very divisive, thereby undermining the indivisible USA.
Priceless, but unfortunate. Public speaking isn't easy.
It isn't that difficult either.
You could tell he was having difficulty from the start.
He a Rep. He should know how to give a speech by now.
His Bag-O-Wind must have deflated before finishing.
Its not a matter of just learning it, some people just stumble over their words from time to time.
Examples: George W. Bush, Barack Obama
That wingnut teabagging ******* is my congressman
It sounds better without under god, that being said I haven't said the pledge since 3rd grade, this guy might have had a few more years on me since saying it last.
What a turd, this is perfect example of what is wrong with im a republican moron party. The guy doesnt even know the pledge. I wonder if he was another draft dodger?
It isn't just a tea party fail, it is a representative fail, which I would think is worse... It wasn't just some guy up there.
@NT1440 - He sure didn't seem too have too much difficulty making fun of liberals, you would think he could at least get the part he was making fun of them about right. Also, this man is a professional speaker. It's how he got his job, it's how he keeps his job, it's one of the major things he does at his job. No excuse.
You realize bush was our president for 8 years right?
That's what I'm saying, you guys are acting like our politicians are gods that can't have simple slips of the tongue. Didn't our president say there were 52 states or something like that on the campaign trail, and he's a VERY eloquent speaker.
To me this is just party bashing and pointless. If you want to tear the GOP down do it for the obvious things they've brought on themselves, not this crap.
I'm a constituent of his. I'll bash him because he's an evangelical wingnut who tries to force his religious beliefs onto people with law
It was a pretty funny fail though especially since he got so into the "under god" part that he forgot the rest.
I was just driven crazy.
Damn right. He's obviously very into forcing religous views on others. He deserves what he gets.
I would much prefer a man who performs his job admirably and well than one who speaks in niceties and rhetoric but accomplishes nil. I do not believe myself to be alone in this.
We're talking about politicians still right?
He is the sponsor of some bill regarding the pledge which makes his FAIL even funnier.