Comments:'Homer Simpson' contributes to U.S. presidential candidate Buddy Roemer

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Comments from feedback form - "This is a disgrace to news rep..."

This is a disgrace to news reporting. (talk)20:08, 10 November 2011

Comments from feedback form - "Trivial"

Trivial (talk)22:09, 18 October 2011

I agree. Why is a $25 prank donation to a no-name candidate "news"? (talk)21:09, 23 October 2011

I would hazard a guess the point is the mockery being made of the transparency system. Being non-Amerikan, however, I can't comment on if I'm right there. Besides, it's funny!

Blood Red Sandman (Talk) (Contribs)21:37, 23 October 2011

Comments from feedback form - "This is not front page materia..."

This is not front page material; you guys really have nothing better to post about than this? (talk)07:41, 17 October 2011

Feel free to submit something.

Tom Morris (talk)07:57, 17 October 2011

D'oh! Homer Simpson is a Conservative!

Can't believe Matt Groening, a liberal, would allow Homer Simpson to support a right-wing, southern, conservative, tea-partier. (Lisa must be very disappointed!) What's next FOX, Peter Griffin sponsoring Ron Paul's presidential campaign? (talk)07:47, 17 October 2011