- 11:25 pm - Wed, Jan 16, 2013
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Another installment of Peachsss’ facebook shenanigans.
- 1:19 am - Sun, Sep 23, 2012
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“As a woman, my health is important to me.
So when it comes to that time of the month, I don’t trust my body with just anyone.
That’s why I choose the one brand of tampon created by the people that know my body best: the gentlemen of the Republican Party.
G.O.B. Tampons — designed with all the knowledge of a woman’s anatomy that only comes from being a 60-plus-year-old conservative man.”
— Saturday Night Live
omfg tampon with wings.
(Source: gov, via inothernews)
- 4:39 pm - Tue, Jul 31, 2012
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has what he says is an informed explanation for why Mitt Romney refuses to release additional tax returns. According a Bain investor,Reid charged,Romney didn’t pay any taxes for 10 years.
In a wide-ranging interview with The Huffington Post from his office on Capitol Hill,Reid saved some of his toughest words for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. Romney couldn’t make it through a Senate confirmation process as a mere Cabinet nominee,the majority leader insisted,owing to the opaqueness of his personal finances.
“His poor father must be so embarrassed about his son,” Reid said,in reference to George Romney’s standard-setting decision to turn over 12 years of tax returns when he ran for president in the late 1960s.
Saying he had “no problem with somebody being really,really wealthy,” Reid sat up in his chair a bit before stirring the pot further. A month or so ago,he said,a person who had invested with Bain Capital called his office.
“Harry,he didn’t pay any taxes for 10 years,” Reid recounted the person as saying.
- 2:09 am - Thu, Jul 19, 2012
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Republicans are sending a message that profits for their wealthy campaign contributors are more important than the lungs and lives of America’s coal miners. It’s clear that voices wealthier than coal miner families drowned out that message.
- Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.), on House Republicans moving “to block a planned Department of Labor regulation that aims to protect coal miners from the dust that causes black lung disease.” (via campaignmoney)
Obviously its because regulations are worse than black lung. God, you liberals need to get rid of your bleeding hearts and realize that money is the only thing that matters.
- 9:19 pm - Mon, Mar 26, 2012
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If you haven’t cursed out a New York Times reporter during the course of a campaign, you’re not really a real Republican, is the way I look at it.
- 6:54 pm - Sun, Mar 25, 2012
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I’m seeing a huge trend on republican run facebook groups.
They’re posting stories about horrible black on white crimes and asking why there isn’t any public outcry about it. Talk about low.. I mean for starters, each of the criminals that were mentioned in each story was already arrested and serving time in prison where they obviously belong. What about Zimmerman? Oh, he’s still free you say? Well, jeez.. maybe that’s why people are so pissed.
- 1:22 am - Fri, Mar 23, 2012
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A group of men with no real background in law or medicine, but blessed with a strong personal interest in women’s bodies, have quietly influenced all of the major anti-abortion legislation over the past several years. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops may be one of the quietest, yet most powerful lobbies on Capitol Hill, with political allies that have enabled them to roll back decades of law and precedent.