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32 comments to “Whoopi Goes Medieval On Mitt Romney, Twitter Style!”



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    He also used to be pro-choice.

  2. MITT ROMNEY says – reply to this


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    NOW , FOLKS …. WHOOPI SHITBERG IS A NEGRO .. AND NEGROS VOTE DEMOCRATIC.. SO FUCK 'EM !!!

    BUT MOST SHOCKING ….. WE (WHITE PEOPLE) ALL KNOW … IN THE SOBEREST OF REALITY ..THAT IF YOU PUT WHOOPI IN THE APE CAGE AT THE SAN DIEGO ZOO ,
    HUMAN ZOO GOERS WOULD NOT KNOW THE DIFFERENCE ….

    EXCEPT FOR GASPING AND EXCLAIMING : OH , HEAVENS !!! LOOK AT THAT REALLY NASTY LOOKING ONE WITH THE EXTRA-BIG TEETH !!!!!



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    I didn't know that about Universal Health care thing, maybe I will vote for him.

  4. JOY says – reply to this


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    WHOOPI'S VERY MUCH LOOKING LIKE ROCHESTER IN THE OLD JACK BENNY SHOW…

    I CAN SEE HER NOW …

    HEYYYYYYYY …. MR. BENNY !!!!!



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    Yes! Whoopi says what I'm thinkin'. Some may call Mitt a flip flopper, I'm just going to consider him a thong.



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    She's smart enough that morons will value her opinion.
    Heck, people value JayZ opinion.. Lord knows I trust him.
    I am looking forward to the USA getting rid of that moron in the white house, and shutting her up.



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    Also, if you are from Massachusetts you should NOT have a tan that looks like that! Why do you have so much time to go and tan? I'm not running for anything and I can't fathom wasting 15 minutes of my time everyday TANNING…AND I'M A CHICK! WTF! There's something wrong with that dude.

  8. oh helll no says – reply to this


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    Mitt Romney had little to do with the MA heath care reform. It was introduced by Democrats and only signed by Romney because he was governor at the time. MA is notoriously a liberal state and he did what he was told to do as he was inexperienced in politics! This man does not know know the first thing about running the country or for that matter what is GOOD for this country. All Mitt Romney knows is what is good for his pocket and his own family.

  9. emeraldfire says – reply to this


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    secretly taped…..kinda like the paris hilton thing right??? but of course she totally didnt mean what she said, that was aaaaaaaaall misconstrewed, but not Romney, no he wasn't just talking and not really taking thought about how it would sound, you know, at a private function, people always say things before thinking about what they are saying….like when Obama said you all had 59 states….oh wait, he actually thought that was true……perez you're a fucking ass hat

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    Re: oh helll no – obama doesnt know how to run a country either, hello…..how is his foreign policy of lets be nice and make friends working out???



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    I dont get the big fuss, he's totally right.

  12. carina says – reply to this


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    I used to like Whoopie a lot until she was on the view. Once i got to know her and realized she is a very opinionated jackass with bad opinions on anything and everything,I grew to dislike her. It's one thing to say this is my opinion or view, but she thinks her opinion is the only one that counts period. No room for compramise let alone the fact that she could be wrong.

  13. Trinty says – reply to this


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    From Mitt Romney to carina - - you fools are what is wrong with the country, A bunch of dumb asses. You can't see when you are getting screwed up your ass to save your life, Mitt not a leader he is just ambitious, let's see Mitt's taxes what is he hiding? @Mitt Romney you are just a racist ass hole go live on the Uranus.



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    Re: lacroix – Well if you like Romney then vote for him but by all means know the facts!! First of all it's not 47% it's 46% and that 46% is made up of 22% of employed ppl that pay taxes out of their checks every freaking week 12% are senior citizens 10% are us military and 2% other so there you go. Romney is a habitual liar and views all his supports as being to dumb to actually check facts or question him.

  15. Michelle says – reply to this


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    Re: emeraldfire

    If you knew what you were talking about, then you'd understand that Obama's foreign policy is the most-hailed in modern history. Secretary Clinton has worked hard to repair the damage caused by George Bush's Rambo-style warmongering style of foreign policy. We are a peaceful nation. We deal in peace, not weaponry. If you think otherwise, then you perhaps belong in North Korea. Or maybe Iran. Where you'll have a dictator who represents your ideals.



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    I can't stand Romney or his stupid wife. Where's John McCain?

  17. Chris says – reply to this


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    Re: Michelle – Well said, but you're well put statement contains facts & logic & generally assholes like the fucker you're replying to don't consider facts or logic.

  18. Charmed I'm sure says – reply to this


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    Re: Pradagirl – Haha seriously, remember NORMAL republicans? Me neither, it's been awhile

  19. Velyna says – reply to this


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    Re: Mimi the Magnificent – The healthcare system is not a good one, not Obamacare which is basically Romneycare or whatever he calls it. It's great to have a universal health care, but you should not be required to purchase insurance from insurance companies. If you don't purchase it and don't pay the tax you owe for not purchasing it then you can face jail time, which is stupid. Also if you're going to go for a healthcare system why not do it like a country that has a very successful universal healthcare. Like in Canada, I know some countries with universal healthcare are in debt (srsly which country isn't in debt now a days) but Canada's debt is only due to our idiotic prime minister who took our surplus and blew it to hell buying things we don't need or want. Our healthcare is quite successful and honestly I don't notice at all any money that they take from us at all. Read We still have to pay for our prescriptions in full unless we have a extra healthcare through work. Everyone get's basic coverage here but you can get better benefits though work like having to pay little to no money on all your prescriptions or getting dental though insurance. That's how our insurance companies basically exist here by selling their insurance to corporations for their employee's to be as insured as they want to be. If you don't want any extra coverage you don't have to get it.

  20. Velyna says – reply to this


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    Re: Michelle – From someone who does not live in the states I can tell you that your country is not a peaceful country. One of your major money makers is selling arms, also wars are good for production. You go into other countries and bomb and harm and kill soo many civilians. You say you're there to bring peace to the middle east, but you will NEVER EVER make peace by starting wars. Also if America wants something like a countries natural resources they go in and they take it. They usually try to start with corrupting their government first and if all else that they try fails then they go to war with that country. It's happened time and time again, and in places like South America, the USA has done very very well at corrupting governments and getting them to give up their natural resources or putting the country into so much debt that they have to give up their natural resources, and the people in power of those countries that try to challenge it (asking why the US is getting their natural resources and the country is getting screwed and then try to fight it) they usually die shortly after they after these things. So how about the US stay out of the rest of the worlds business unless help is asked for or needed.

  21. Velyna says – reply to this


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    Re: Michelle – We Canadians are peacekeepers, the US is war makers. If they didn't make the war they will do whatever they can to get in on it. I.E WW1-2. WW1 the Germans forewarned everyone putting multiple ad's in the New's papers saying if anyone was to go on that boat it is a target since it is known to the Germans to be smuggling guns in. They go on the boat anyway they send it over and the boat get's bombed, now the US has a reason to go into the war. WW2 now that was harder to get into Japan was in a feud of it's own with China, now on top of this they send people into china and basically work with china to cock block and fuck with Japan, then the US moved almost all if not all of their Army as close to Japan as they can (Pearl Harbour) provoking Japan to do something, and at this point Japan is so pissed that they attack, giving the US a legitimate reason to get involved with WW2. It's been much harder since then to get into a war legitimately. I feel bad for all the soldiers who lost their lives and had to deal with all these horrible wars when a large majority of them could have been avoided.

  22. Velyna says – reply to this


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    Re: highboo – that is recently when he was talking to the latino voters trying to get them to vote for him, you should have seen him a week before he was a normal pasty white.

  23. Elwyn Richards says – reply to this


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    Let's face it, Romney just hasn't got what it takes to win the US presidential election in November. Every time he opens his mouth his comments alienate more and more sections of American society. How can anyone trust this man, who is so full of inconsistencies over the issues that really matter, to run the greatest nation on the planet.

  24. jeepster says – reply to this


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    Mr Romney is interested in ONE THING… becoming president. Everything else is of peripheral importance to him. I really do think he is DANGEROUS to the interests of the US, and if he is elected I can see really dark days ahead for this country.

  25. Paul Silman says – reply to this


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    re: Michelle.
    I'm British, but I disagree with much of what you say about the US. It is an undeniable fact of life that without the involvement of America in WW2, Britain and Europe would have been under the yoke of Nazi Gemany, and who knows how many other countries would have been occupied by Germany and Japan. Whilst America is not perfect, no country is, I honestly believe that the world is far safer with America as the only superpower, than any other alternative. I too am happy to say God Bless America!

  26. Velyna says – reply to this


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    Re: Paul Silman – Are you sure you didn't mean to write to me? Not Michelle because she was saying that America is a peacekeeping country which I can't see how it was true. The problem isn't them going their to help, I bet if Europe asked for their help they would gladly come in, but it was the way that they got into the wars which was very shady and they didn't get involved in those wars legitimately. The #1 reason that Germany started WW2 is because they got fucked when the treaty of Versailles was signed. Germany did not start WW1 as you being in England you would know that, it happened with an assassination of an Austrian king and you shouldn't have blamed everything on Germany just because they did quite well in the war, which is what happened. When the countries accepted the ceasefire they all needed to get a representative to draft the treaty and sign it, and by the time Germany got their shit together and got to the table the treaty was already drafted and it was completely unfair to the Germans, especially making them pay for the entirety of the war (which I think they just paid back in 2010) for a war that they did not start. This is the #1 reason that WW2 had occurred. Of course there were other reasons to it but pinning a WW on 1 country who didn't even start it and happened to be doing well in it was not cool. The terms of the treaty where not cool.

  27. Paul Silman says – reply to this


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    Re: Velyna – It seems that I should make a double apology, to you Velyna and also to Michelle.
    I cannot agree with your statement that Germany didn't start WW2. There is absolutely no doubt that Hitler was hell bent on building a Nazi empire in Europe and NOTHING and NO-ONE was going to stand in his way to achieving that end. From annexing Austria to invading Poland, which brought Britain into the war, Germany and Germany alone was responsible for the conflagration in Europe. If any more proof were needed that Hitler wanted to occupy the continent of Europe, then is betrayal of the non -aggression pact signed with Russia was clear testament of this. Yes, Germany was treated harshly at Versailles, but this was NOT the catalyst for WW2.

  28. Velyna says – reply to this


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    Re: Paul Silman – No no of course not WW2 yeah they started that shit I was talking about WW1 when it came to who started it. I was saying that they should never have been blamed for all of it when they didn't start it when it was started in Austria. I think that is # 1 reason WW2 happened is because Germany was treated so unfairly with the Treaty of Versailles in WW1.

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    Re: Paul Silman – I have a feeling if the Germans weren't so pissed with that treaty then they probably would have never have listen to Hitler, but since Hitler was promising them change and hope I guess they just bought into it and gave him the power he needed to do some pretty terrible things.

  30. Velyna says – reply to this


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    Re: Velyna – boo it's not posting my comments or it is and it's not showing me, I hope you get to see what I wrote I'm sorry for the confusing on the WW1 and WW2 thing.

  31. tetea says – reply to this


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    hey girl

  32. RufusVonDufus says – reply to this


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    Apparently the ugly fat Kuhn cannot stand the truth. Mitt spoke of the 47% in a truthful way. He should have simply said something like when you keep giving the inner city fold "free" stuff they will continue to vote for you. Instead, he gave the lefty loons like Goldplated Goldberg (a jew?) room to extrapolate veterans, retirees and others out of the 47% comment when any half intelligent person–not Whoopi–knows he was not including them. Whoopi will never change: fat, ugly, liberal, Kuhn!