Isn't it funny how liberal inventions always fail?

Electric cars so expensive no one will buy them, low flush toilets that always clog, "green" CFL lightbulbs that emit toxic amounts of mercury, etc.etc. etc.

Asked By: - 7/14/2012
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A list of my favorite liberal "accomplishments" funded by TAX payer dollars led by Obama and his greenie cult of morons... More
Answered By: The Black Bolshevik - 7/14/2012
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How do you feel about the Internet?
Answered By: FLSwampBoy - 7/14/2012
What about every other invention? Liberals invented those, since conservatives hate science.
Answered By: Rockefeller Republican - 7/14/2012
How do you know liberals invented those things? I would like to see a link which shows the political affiliation of the inventors of all of those things you mentioned. Otherwise, I'm going to correctly assume that you are just talking out of your hindquarters... More
Answered By: Ms. Einstein - 7/14/2012
Oh yeah, like the Constitution? The Declaration of Independence? Seriously, you can't tell something political from something scientific? What about those silly wind driven power generation plants? Or that solar or geothermal? Oh, sorry -- didn't mean to point out your deceit.
Answered By: Heavy_Cavalry_Sgt - 7/14/2012
It's called helping the Mother Earth. Global warming does exist and it well eventually kill us. Retarded Republicans try to ignore it but all the evidence is there. And no. Mitt Romney's going to take the US down the toilet. Obama at least is helping.
Answered By: Boom. Magic. - 7/14/2012
stuff like this helps no cause. plenty of conservatives have crashed and burned too. so what?
Answered By: daddio - 7/14/2012
FYI Every single fluorescent lamp that as ever been made as mercury in it As does Every single cold cathode tube Over 90% of all " neon " tubes that are pumped with argon and Every single HID lamp that has the word mercury in it's name
Answered By: Dangerous Mr. - 7/14/2012
None of the inventions you name were invented by "liberals". The Chevy Volt, for example, was developed by staunch conservative GM executive Bob Lutz.
Answered By: apeweek - 7/15/2012
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