Sunday, October 14, 2012

The VP debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan:SNL style

Crazy Chains Joe Biden made Thursday's Vice Presidential debate interesting. He's the talk of the political world for all the wrong reasons. It's because of those reasons, Saturday Night Live decided to create a skit recreating the debate on their show last night. For once, must see tv is actually must see tv.


10 Comments:

Anonymous True Conservative said...

If the 'D' and the 'R' after the names was reversed, you'd be celebrating like the good little cheerleader you are.

Liked the SNL sketch.

9:07 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Since I am not a Republican hack, I am not a party cheerleader. When someone acts like a dumbass, they are acting like a dumbass period.If you look at the skit again, you'll notice that SNL goofed on Ryan as well.

9:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous (no longer) said...

You are not a Republican hack? Really? So what are some positive points about the Democratic Party? What do you dislike about the Republicans?

10:27 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anonymous "You are not a Republican hack? Really? So what are some positive points about the Democratic Party? What do you dislike about the Republicans?

Yes really. Take a look at my screen. Does it say Alpha Republican Male or Alpha Conservative Male? As a conservative, there is nothing that the Democrat Party stands for that is aligned with my values. I am pro life, the democratic party is pro abortion. I stand in support of traditional marriage, the democrat party is in favor of altering it to accommodate gays. I am a capitalist, the democrat party is routed in socialism. I am a Christian, the democrat party took god out of it's convention platform and delegates booed when the mayor of LA placed it back in just so that the party wouldn't look bad. Now with that said, here are the things I do not like about the Republican Party. The GOP is mainly controlled by moderates. They have become a big government party that doesn't believe in fiscal restraint when it comes to government spending.I was very vocal back in 2005, when Bush, Rove, McCain and company tried to push through an amnesty bill for illegal aliens. I mocked bush for him creating the prescription drug entitlement along with not ever voting a single pork spending bill. The GOP is just a notch above the Democratic Party in my eyes. So does that clear things up for you?

12:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Republican and Democrats are names of political parties. Conservatism and liberalism is a train of thought. For years, I was a progressive liberal, which nearly ruined me. I am now an independent conservative. I used to favor the Democratic party, now I focus on whomever is best qualify for the position, whether that person is Democrat or Republican. As of right now, I'm more in favor of the Romney campaign, not because he is a Republican, because I think Obama is doing a lousy job. I did vote for Obama, and I'm disappointed in him.
-Big Pop

2:34 AM  
Blogger Radical Redneck said...

These predictable moments never cease to stop.

Jesse Jackson Jr.’s campaign finances are the subject of a federal probe after the congressman allegedly improperly used campaign money to decorate his home, according to a new report. The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday night that a federal probe into the congressman centers on whether Jackson improperly used campaign money to decorate his home. The Chicago Sun-Times on Friday first reported that Jackson was under federal investigation, a probe that began before he took a leave from Congress in June to seek medical help. Ultimately, the Jacksons said he suffered from bipolar depression.
The rotten apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

9:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should step out of character and tell us what you think of the potential of Ray Lewis's career ending. Like to hear the African American perspective on it.

A Reader in the Twin Cities.

9:49 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

A Reader in the Twin Cities "You should step out of character and tell us what you think of the potential of Ray Lewis's career ending. Like to hear the African American perspective on it."

I'm not an African American. I an American of African Descent. People intertwine the two, so it's no biggie. As for Ray Lewis, I think more then likely he will not be back. This was his last year on his contract. The Ravens are going to rebuild the defense in the off season. With a triceps injury at 38 years old, it's going to take much longer for it to heal then a linebacker in his 20's. Besides, Ray has lost a step through age. The team needs a much faster lineman in that position. Frankly, I am more concerned with getting Terrell Suggs back and whether Carr can do almost as good at job as a cornerback then Webb did who is also out for the season with an ACL injury. At this point Flacco and the offense are going to have to carry the team for the rest of seaon. They can't rely on the defense like they once did.

12:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like what you said to A Reader in the Twin Cities.

I don't believe in political correctness. I am an American of mixed European ancestry; no one has, nor do want to be referred to as European American. I am an American first because I was born here and I was raised here.
I often wonder why many of these eccentrics put their roots before their American nationality?

Also, as for Ray Lewis, one person does not make a team. There is no "I" in team. I think it is time for him to retire. He has a Super Bowl ring, and he will be heading to the Hall of Fame.

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ACM: Okay, I hear you. But then on the other hand, your blog is "Wake Up Black America" and not just "Wake up America"... but that's fine... in this way, your blog targets more of a certain audience.

TC

1:43 PM  

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