Turns out Rodeo clowns have been using presidential dummies for decades. But see... its not disrespectful when the democrats do it. Its only "EVIL!!!!" when it happens to democrats.
This is the problem with conservatives. See conservatives actually do respect the office. Democrats don't. So when the democrats scream, "RESPECT THE OFFICE!!" conservatives go along with it. But when its time for the Dems to return the favor... it never happens. And the conservatives just smile and take it... because responding would be "beneathe the office".
And so... the democrats win.
I remember Regan, Carter and Nixon Halloween masks. As far as I know they were not banned from trick-or-treating.
Obama needs to come out and tell people just to stop. We always make fun of our presidents, it is part of the American culture in all places. That's what a real man would do.
This incident is even less harsh than previous ones. The ones that used actual dummies let the bull tear it to pieces -- but this one used a live person as the 'dummy', and he was able to run away from the bull.
Which ones depicted violence against the President more, the ones where the dummy was eviscerated or the one where he got away?
Which ones depicted violence against the President more
Which one depicted the president more, the one with the "real" dummy or the one with the real clown?
Off topic, as if cigars could ever be very far off topic here: What do ya'll think of Davidoff cigars?
off the top of my head I'm not sure I've had one Res. Or maybe I should say... I don't remember having one.
Anybody that would complain about a Halloween mask is a butt hurt loser.
Outlaw, Obama can't do that. Obama is not a mature man, he is more like a can of itching powder that has been opened and dumped on society.
We have been witnessing the results for close to 5 years now.
Res, you gotta keep an eye out for the daily deals from Cigars Intl. Then you can order just a few of each to really give them a try.
I was even able to pick up Carlos Torano on Nate's suggestion a few years back.
At $2-3 per cigar, it's the best way to figure out what you like. They also have sampler packs that mix light and dark for a decent price.
I'm sure the Famous shop also has some variety packs as well... Vidad?
I've had 2 or 3 of the Davidoffs, always the perfecto size. I like them. I was interested in if anyone else had tried the other varieties that they offer.
I have about 7 or 8 cigars that I really enjoy but its always fun to see what else is out there and see what others are enjoying and why. I'm basically a novice when it comes to cigars so I enjoy getting info and learning.
Oh yeah. Famous has a killer selection of sampler packs according to various styles and tastes, often at further discounts to get you started down the road to tobacconary vice.
Back in the 90s I lived in Germany and was able to try a lot of cigars. The david offs were nice. FOund them smoother than the Cuban ones that I had
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