GOP: Ebola! ISIS! Everything is deadly! Everyone wants to kill you! Vote for us!
People: What do you intend to do about those things?
GOP: Oh, that's not the government's job.
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Let's Not Let This Get Buried: Deported Children Being Killed After Being Sent Back.

I hate everything.

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Oregon Republican Leader Put Hit Out On His Wife

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Oregon Republican Leader Put Hit Out On His Wife

When Moles was in jail awaiting trial, he made some unsavory friends and decided to put a hit out on his wife.

When Moles was in jail awaiting trial, he made some unsavory friends and decided to put a hit out on his wife.

Oops. Apparently putting a hit out on your wife doesn’t fit with the job description of Republican “small business coalition” leader.

What is it about Republicans and beating up on women? I mean literally? Monica Wehbyis running for senator in Oregon, and two weeks ago she chose Tim…

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inb4 false equivalence to say, “Regardless of whether or not both sides “do it” (cite your sources), only one side trumpets “family values” and “sanctity of marriage”, and that side seems more likely to get outed doing this shit.”

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If you haven’t updated your voter registration you can do so online here: http://elections.ourtime.org/vote/

questionall:

If you haven’t updated your voter registration you can do so online here: http://elections.ourtime.org/vote/

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Anonymous said: Is the KKK the militant wing of the Republican party and the Tea party?

socialismartnature:

hmmm … maybe … i don’t know … i mean, historically the KKK was literally and explicitly the militant wing of the Democratic Party (right up until the 1960s) … (remember, it is an ironic historical fact that the Democrats were the party of slavery while the Republics were the anti-slavery abolitionist party) …

i’m going to open this one up for public comment, though …

I’d advise to do a search for the Republican Southern Strategy to get a full idea on how the GOP became the party of white supremacy.

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Real Time with Bill Maher: 6.6.14 — Anthony Weiner, Jim Geraghety, Nicolle Wallace

#FINALLYSOMEONESAYSIT

Holy shit, Anthony Weiner actually said something important.

It’s a miracle!

That’s been the Republican strategy since day one of Obama’s presidency. Block the President at every turn, then blame him for not getting anything done. In fact, here’s Newt Gingrich openly admitting to it.

That’s why Republicans block jobs bills — so they can blame Obama for the economy still sucking. They’ve blocked budgets, resulting in a government shutdown that they then tried to blame on Obama. They’ve tried over and over again to block Obamacare, and complain that it’s a failure as they work their asses off to try to make it fail.

It’s kindergarten politics, and we need to vote these schmucks out in November. A bunch of white guys throwing temper tantrums and shouting NO! to everything just because they don’t like the president is no way to run a government, especially if we’re going to continue to pretend to be one of the greatest nations on earth.

We need to turn out in droves in November. Don’t sit this one out just because it isn’t a presidential election year. We did that in 2010, and that’s how the Tea Party came to power.

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Louisiana Just Approved A Harsh Law That Will Shut Down Most Of Its Abortion Clinics

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h/t: Tara Culp-Ressler at Think Progress Health

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Indiana Republican: 'No One Has the Guts' to Let the Poor 'Wither and Die'

News flash: it doesn’t take “guts” to let your fellow man die. It takes a callous detachment and, in this case, a the kind of sadism that makes having a person slowly starve to death preferable to spending one red cent on them.

This is even sicker when taken in context with the pro-life paradigm. People who agree with this guy (and since he felt safe voicing these beliefs out lord, I’m assuming it’s more than just him) are the same group of people who think that if a woman has sex, she should be forced to give birth to that child. Then, apparently, let it ‘wither and die.’

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Now even journo-pundits in the “liberal media” are openly pondering: how is Obama going to ”justify” securing the release of an AMERICAN SOLDIER? This is the inevitable result of the media repeatedly lending credibility to every single ginned up, Frank Luntz approved, Republican faux outrage. As though each new Fox generated “scandal” is always deserving of serious contemplation instead of outright ridicule. Even when it’s been repeatedly demonstrated that the simple truth is Fox just sent out it’s coordinated, bi-weekly “we’re outraged” email spam
Again, in case I’m not being clear→  Fox News immediately hired a P.R. firm to slander Bergdahl and many of the “facts” about his alleged desertion are already beginning to unravel, but because corporate media instantly dances to whatever tune the Ruphert Murdoch propaganda machine plays, more often than not, we’re drowning in RWNJ conspiracy memes instead of being served with actual facts up front. Lara Logan aside, Fox News mastered trolling journalists and bloggers long ago
And does anyone even believe that if Bowe Bergdahl were beheaded by the Taliban that the same hypocritical “outraged" Republicans wouldn’t suddenly be calling for PBO’s impeachment? Specifically because he failed to secure the release of a captured soldier??? (hint: they’re going to try to impeach him to blemish his presidency no matter what —lacking a majority in the U.S. Senate is all that’s been stopping them)
At no other point in U.S. history would you hear journalists and politicians publicly deride a sitting president for committing the unforgivable sin of recovering a prisoner of war
The bad news: knowing that depending on the political party of the president, the credo “we leave no one behind” is actually a conditional slogan should do wonders for our ALL VOLUNTEER ARMY & military recruiters
The good news: maybe once enough people have second thoughts about volunteering, military spending will necessarily decrease and the U.S. won’t go traipsing into senseless wars for oil under the next (Republican) president


…or they’ll re-institute the draft.

odinsblog:

Now even journo-pundits in the “liberal media” are openly pondering: how is Obama going to ”justify” securing the release of an AMERICAN SOLDIER? This is the inevitable result of the media repeatedly lending credibility to every single ginned up, Frank Luntz approved, Republican faux outrage. As though each new Fox generated “scandal” is always deserving of serious contemplation instead of outright ridicule. Even when it’s been repeatedly demonstrated that the simple truth is Fox just sent out it’s coordinated, bi-weekly “we’re outraged” email spam

Again, in case I’m not being clear  Fox News immediately hired a P.R. firm to slander Bergdahl and many of the “facts” about his alleged desertion are already beginning to unravel, but because corporate media instantly dances to whatever tune the Ruphert Murdoch propaganda machine plays, more often than not, we’re drowning in RWNJ conspiracy memes instead of being served with actual facts up front. Lara Logan aside, Fox News mastered trolling journalists and bloggers long ago

And does anyone even believe that if Bowe Bergdahl were beheaded by the Taliban that the same hypocriticaloutraged" Republicans wouldn’t suddenly be calling for PBO’s impeachment? Specifically because he failed to secure the release of a captured soldier??? (hint: they’re going to try to impeach him to blemish his presidency no matter what —lacking a majority in the U.S. Senate is all that’s been stopping them)

At no other point in U.S. history would you hear journalists and politicians publicly deride a sitting president for committing the unforgivable sin of recovering a prisoner of war

The bad news: knowing that depending on the political party of the president, the credo “we leave no one behind” is actually a conditional slogan should do wonders for our ALL VOLUNTEER ARMY & military recruiters

The good news: maybe once enough people have second thoughts about volunteering, military spending will necessarily decrease and the U.S. won’t go traipsing into senseless wars for oil under the next (Republican) president

…or they’ll re-institute the draft.

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