wombsonstrike:

yellow-dress:

teratomarty:

one-angry-liberal:

sonofbaldwin:

The so-called “pro-life” movement’s philosophy.

One of the best political cartoons that I’ve seen. 

You know what pisses me off about this?  Really, REALLY pisses me off?  That’s George (H.W.) Bush holding that umbrella.  He was president 1981-1989.  Do you get that?  
It means that the right have not budged an inch on their ridiculous pro-foetus, anti-actual-persons position in THIRTY GODDAMN YEARS. We should not still be having this argument! Thirty year old political cartoons should be bafflingly opaque, not crystal clear!

^ Reblogging again for that comment.

Agreed.

wombsonstrike:

yellow-dress:

teratomarty:

one-angry-liberal:

sonofbaldwin:

The so-called “pro-life” movement’s philosophy.

One of the best political cartoons that I’ve seen. 

You know what pisses me off about this?  Really, REALLY pisses me off?  That’s George (H.W.) Bush holding that umbrella.  He was president 1981-1989.  Do you get that?  

It means that the right have not budged an inch on their ridiculous pro-foetus, anti-actual-persons position in THIRTY GODDAMN YEARS. We should not still be having this argument! Thirty year old political cartoons should be bafflingly opaque, not crystal clear!

^ Reblogging again for that comment.

Agreed.

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better-humans:

Presented without comment.

God dammit Republicans. 

better-humans:

Presented without comment.

God dammit Republicans. 

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We missed the press release from Trump, Palin, and Hoekstra demanding Romney come clean with his long-form birth certificate. Maybe they sent it to the wrong address? I’d just hate to think that this four-year-long muckraking quest for more documentation of the President’s place of birth was all just a cynical race-baiting ploy or something. — Mitt Romney released his birth certificate yesterday, in advance of his summit with Donald Trump. We sort of felt like that warranted a rant. (via motherjones)

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truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

Gibbs: Romney’s Message Is ‘You Didn’t Clean Up Our Mess Fast Enough’
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Top Obama campaign adviser Robert Gibbs said on Meet the Press Sunday that the “biggest idea” of Obama’s reelection campaign would be a message of continuing “moving in the right direction of fixing this economy.” 
“We know this about Mitt Romney,” Gibbs said, “he’s not a job creator. When he was governor of Massachusetts, they were 47th out of 50 in job creation. His experiences in downsizing and outsourcing jobs and bankrupting companies and walking away with a lot of money for himself. His economic ideas are the failed economic ideas that we tried for eight years.”
Gibbs responded to another question about women voters and the economy, saying, “David, their message is: You didn’t clean up our mess fast enough.”

truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

Gibbs: Romney’s Message Is ‘You Didn’t Clean Up Our Mess Fast Enough’

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Top Obama campaign adviser Robert Gibbs said on Meet the Press Sunday that the “biggest idea” of Obama’s reelection campaign would be a message of continuing “moving in the right direction of fixing this economy.” 

“We know this about Mitt Romney,” Gibbs said, “he’s not a job creator. When he was governor of Massachusetts, they were 47th out of 50 in job creation. His experiences in downsizing and outsourcing jobs and bankrupting companies and walking away with a lot of money for himself. His economic ideas are the failed economic ideas that we tried for eight years.”

Gibbs responded to another question about women voters and the economy, saying, “David, their message is: You didn’t clean up our mess fast enough.”


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stfuconservatives:

A fun visual representation of how unbelievably pointless and wasteful Florida’s drug testing law is. Not pictured: the fact that that $178 million dollars went to a company owned by the governor’s wife.
-Jess

But, but that would be a conflict of interest! From a Republican!

stfuconservatives:

A fun visual representation of how unbelievably pointless and wasteful Florida’s drug testing law is. Not pictured: the fact that that $178 million dollars went to a company owned by the governor’s wife.

-Jess

But, but that would be a conflict of interest! From a Republican!

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imbloggingme:

“Koch Brothers, Allies Pledge $100 Million At Private Meeting”

Koch Brothers, Allies Pledge $100 Million At Private Meeting To Beat Obama

Nobody is surprised by this.

Drawing on a sample size of several thousand, correcting for both education and socioeconomic status, the new study looks embarrassingly robust. Importantly, it shows that prejudice tends not to arise directly from low intelligence but from the conservative ideologies to which people of low intelligence are drawn. Conservative ideology is the “critical pathway” from low intelligence to racism. Those with low cognitive abilities are attracted to “rightwing ideologies that promote coherence and order” and “emphasise the maintenance of the status quo”. Even for someone not yet renowned for liberal reticence, this feels hard to write.

This is not to suggest that all conservatives are stupid. There are some very clever people in government, advising politicians, running thinktanks and writing for newspapers, who have acquired power and influence by promoting rightwing ideologies.

But what we now see among their parties – however intelligent their guiding spirits may be – is the abandonment of any pretence of high-minded conservatism. On both sides of the Atlantic, conservative strategists have discovered that there is no pool so shallow that several million people won’t drown in it. Whether they are promoting the idea that Barack Obama was not born in the US, that man-made climate change is an eco-fascist-communist-anarchist conspiracy, or that the deficit results from the greed of the poor, they now appeal to the basest, stupidest impulses, and find that it does them no harm in the polls.

The Right’s Stupidity Spreads, Enabled By A Too-Polite Left
George Monbiot  (via somepolitics)

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stfuconservatives:

sarahlee310:

bluecheddar:

(Why you sloppy arrogant corporate puppet, you.)
Florida Rep. Rachel Burgin (forgot to remove ALEC’s mission statement from a bill. The bill calls on the federal government to reduce taxes for corporations (HM 685).
source

SarahLee: Sorry, you got caught!

The next day, Rep. Burgin quickly withdrew the bill hoping that no one had noticed and then re-introduced it 24-hours later, with a new bill number (HM 717), but now without the problematic paragraph. Nobody seems to have noticed until now.


It’s… it’s almost like lobbyists are writing the laws to serve their own interests! Oh my god! Has anyone heard about this???????????? Somebody tell Congress that they’re just figureheads for corporate interests! Somebody tell their constituents that they don’t give two shits about their sad little lives! ALERT THE MEDIA!

stfuconservatives:

sarahlee310:

bluecheddar:

(Why you sloppy arrogant corporate puppet, you.)

Florida Rep. Rachel Burgin (forgot to remove ALEC’s mission statement from a bill. The bill calls on the federal government to reduce taxes for corporations (HM 685).

source

SarahLee: Sorry, you got caught!

The next day, Rep. Burgin quickly withdrew the bill hoping that no one had noticed and then re-introduced it 24-hours later, with a new bill number (HM 717), but now without the problematic paragraph. Nobody seems to have noticed until now.


It’s… it’s almost like lobbyists are writing the laws to serve their own interests! Oh my god! Has anyone heard about this???????????? Somebody tell Congress that they’re just figureheads for corporate interests! Somebody tell their constituents that they don’t give two shits about their sad little lives! ALERT THE MEDIA!

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owsposters:

This Man has TWICE the COMBINED Wealth of these Men
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Nixon,Bush AND Reagan? Fuckk ehh
He can’t be president because he is completely out of touch with any part of America that isn’t stupidly wealthy. He’s never had friends who didn’t have servants, he’s never lived anywhere that wasn’t a mansion. To him, the poor aren’t people, they’re a hypothetical situation, a fantasy construction, a fairy tale.

owsposters:

This Man has TWICE the COMBINED Wealth of these Men

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Nixon,Bush AND Reagan? Fuckk ehh

He can’t be president because he is completely out of touch with any part of America that isn’t stupidly wealthy. He’s never had friends who didn’t have servants, he’s never lived anywhere that wasn’t a mansion. To him, the poor aren’t people, they’re a hypothetical situation, a fantasy construction, a fairy tale.

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Jon Stewart Explains Republican Mitt Romney

  • Jon Stewart: It's like putting ten percent down on a car, then using the value of that car to get another loan and repay yourself that ten percent and and maybe a little twenty percent... on top for your troubles and then walking away, leaving the car on the hook for the payments.
  • But, for Bain Capital to borrow money from other people, knowing that those debts might never be repaid, while still profiting themselves, I don't know. I don't know how I feel about that business practice. Does it make anyone else uneasy?
  • [video of Romney]: I think it's simply immoral for us as a nation and as a generation, to keep spending more and more money, by borrowing money from other people knowing that those debts will never be repaid during our lifetimes.
  • Stewart: I don't know who that ruggedly handsome guy is but I agree one hundred percent. So there you go and his pitch to Americans seems to be, elect me as your president. I have twenty five years of business experience doing something I believe this country should never ever do.
truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

Here’s what Mitt Romney said after he won the Florida Republican primary last night:“While we celebrate this victory, we must not forget what this election is really about …”… What do you think he said? Not getting the economy moving. Not keeping America safe. Not improving people’s lives.“While we celebrate this victory, we must not forget what this election is really about: defeating Barack Obama.”Then he launched a “One-Term Fund” drive to get his backers to contribute $1 million to make Barack Obama a one-term president.It may not take the Romney camp very long to get to a million — they announced today that just 9 percent of their money comes from donors giving less than $200.It’s also clear that there’s lots of money to be raised from far-right Tea Party types appealing to a very personal dislike of Barack Obama. When Romney tells a reporter that we need a president “who believes in American principles” or that President Obama will be just a “footnote in history,” that’s who he’s talking to.Last night Romney summed it up in one line — for them, it’s all about beating one man and sending his family packing from the White House.Everything else the Republicans say or do is just means to that end.Our campaign is different. It’s about bringing people together to protect the progress we’ve made and make a lot more in a second term.
Jim MessinaCampaign ManagerObama for America

truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

Here’s what Mitt Romney said after he won the Florida Republican primary last night:

“While we celebrate this victory, we must not forget what this election is really about …”

… What do you think he said? Not getting the economy moving. Not keeping America safe. Not improving people’s lives.

“While we celebrate this victory, we must not forget what this election is really about: defeating Barack Obama.”

Then he launched a “One-Term Fund” drive to get his backers to contribute $1 million to make Barack Obama a one-term president.

It may not take the Romney camp very long to get to a million — they announced today that just 9 percent of their money comes from donors giving less than $200.

It’s also clear that there’s lots of money to be raised from far-right Tea Party types appealing to a very personal dislike of Barack Obama. When Romney tells a reporter that we need a president “who believes in American principles” or that President Obama will be just a “footnote in history,” that’s who he’s talking to.

Last night Romney summed it up in one line — for them, it’s all about beating one man and sending his family packing from the White House.

Everything else the Republicans say or do is just means to that end.

Our campaign is different. It’s about bringing people together to protect the progress we’ve made and make a lot more in a second term.

Jim Messina
Campaign Manager
Obama for America

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