March 15, 2012
foulmouthedliberty:

republicanidiots:

stfuconservatives:

Found on Facebook with this caption: “The New Jim Crow has these folks thinking they can call you a nigger to your face and dare you to say something about it.”

And here’s the real reason behind Republican policies.

I like to think that there’s not much that can shock me anymore. Consider me shocked.



It takes a special kind of jerkoff to do this. 

foulmouthedliberty:

republicanidiots:

stfuconservatives:

Found on Facebook with this caption: “The New Jim Crow has these folks thinking they can call you a nigger to your face and dare you to say something about it.”

And here’s the real reason behind Republican policies.

I like to think that there’s not much that can shock me anymore. Consider me shocked.

It takes a special kind of jerkoff to do this. 

(Source: stfuconservatives, via puckspoliticsandpussy)

March 14, 2012
"

Obama is the son of a white mother and a black father, a marriage that remains objectionable to many Republican voters in two of the last states forced by the Supreme Court to allow interracial marriage. A 1967 court ruling on the case of a Virginia couple struck down laws against interracial marriage still on the books in 16 states, including Mississippi and Alabama.

A few states, including Alabama, kept the laws even though they could no longer be enforced. Alabama finally repealed its law in 2000 through a public referendum, though 40% of the electorate voted in favor of keeping interracial marriage illegal.

The PPP poll released Monday showed some changes, with 67% of Alabama Republicans saying they believe interracial marriage should be legal, though 21% said it still should be against the law. In Mississippi, 54% said it should be allowed, while 29% said it should remain illegal.

"

Poll: Obama’s a Muslim to many GOP voters in Alabama, Mississippi

I’m sorry, 29% of GOP voters in Mississippi and 21% in Alabama believe interracial marriage should be illegal? What century is this?

(via mohandasgandhi)

(via puckspoliticsandpussy)

March 12, 2012
"

Obama, born in Kenya, lying scumbag fraud, dumbest wanabe (sic) President ever being unable to be a real President since he is foreign born. Part of the Hammer and Sickle Club with sack of feces American traitor Bill Clinton. And for the record it was Patriots who gave us America through the Revolution and Founding and it is liberals that have been trying to destroy it from the inside out ever since.

It is no accident that all records pertaining to Obama have been sealed and/or conveniently lost by all parties required to keep such both here and across both oceans. The complete lack of proof goes beyond suspicious. The systematic removal of any and all records which would prove positively one way or another Obama’s status only serves an ongoing fraud whose obvious purpose would be to illegitimately keep him in the Presidency to which he is Constitutionally barred from.

"

— Comments from this website. These people really do exist. 

March 6, 2012
"I don’t know what’s in Rush Limbaugh’s heart so I’m not going to comment on the sincerity of his apology. What I can comment on is the fact that all decent folks can agree that the remarks that were made don’t have any place in the public discourse. And, you know, the reason I called Ms. Fluke is because I thought about Malia and Sasha. And one of the things I want them to do as they get older is to engage in issues they care about - even ones I may not agree with them on. I want them to be able to speak their mind in a civil and thoughtful way. And I don’t want them attacked or called horrible names because they’re being good citizens. And I wanted Sandra to know that I thought her parents should be proud of her."

President Obama, commenting on the Rush Limbaugh controversy in today’s press conference. (via dcdecoder)

He is such a dad :’)

(Source: dcdecoder, via lipsredasroses)

March 2, 2012
Sandra Fluke Receives Call From Obama After Rush Limbaugh 'Slut' Comments

President Obama on Friday placed a call to Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown University law school student at the heart of the debate over the contraception law, thanking her for speaking out on the issue.

The call came a day after conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh demanded that Fluke release tapes of her having sex in exchange for the contraception that she argued should be covered by employers. Fluke was set to go on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports when the president rang her on her phone. She took the call while waiting in the green room.

"He encouraged me and supported me and thanked me for speaking out about the concerns of American women," she told Mitchell, who received permission from the White House to discuss the exchange between Fluke and Obama. "What was really personal for me was that he said to tell my parents that they should be proud. And that meant a lot because Rush Limbaugh questioned whether or not my family would be proud of me. So I just appreciated that very much."

Fluke appeared to be choking up a bit while recalling the conversation. But she composed herself and went to discuss how surreal her experience has been. After being declined the opportunity to speak on a congressional panel to debate the president’s contraception rule, she was subsequently invited to address Democrats on the topic. For that, she was vilified by Limbaugh, who also compared her to a prostitute. On Friday, several leading Republicans, including House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), condemned the remarks. The call from the president put a capstone on the week.

"He did express his concern for me and wanted to make sure that I was ok, which I am," she said. "I’m ok."

UPDATE: 1:29 p.m. — At the White House press briefing shortly after the news broke, Press Secretary Jay Carney outlined the reasoning behind the president’s decision to call Fluke.

Obama, said Carney, felt that, “the kinds of personal attacks that have been directed her way have been inappropriate.”

"The fact that our political discourse has been debased in many ways is bad enough," he added. "It’s even worse when it is directed at a private citizen who is simply expressing her views about public policy."

The call was placed by Obama from the Oval Office, Carney relayed. It was also the reason why Friday’s press briefing was delayed more than an hour.

February 29, 2012
eddyizm:

Obama vs. GOP

Hmm. 

eddyizm:

Obama vs. GOP

Hmm. 

(via eddyizm-deactivated20131128)

February 21, 2012
zainyk:

Come on.

Everyone seems to be in on the Santorum joke. 

zainyk:

Come on.

Everyone seems to be in on the Santorum joke. 

(Source: waitingonoblivion, via inothernews)

February 10, 2012
motherjones:

newsweek:

topherchris:

Yeah. I had to, too.

But it’s for science!

Gif win.

That’s some serious wealth trickling down romney’s nose. 

motherjones:

newsweek:

topherchris:

Yeah. I had to, too.

But it’s for science!

Gif win.

That’s some serious wealth trickling down romney’s nose. 

(via jmrooker)

November 17, 2011
Modifed: “Buddhist-Muslim Socialist Terrorist Non-Legal and BLACK President shares state secrets and promotes the Gay Agenda with commie-fascist leaders” 
eddyizm:

thakate:

think4yourself:

jasmined:

Adorable. Also in need of a caption.
(via From the Archives: President Obama Visits the Great Buddha | The White House)

um…how about
“Buddhist-Muslim Terrorist President shares state secrets with commie-fascist leaders” 
Seriously…this is adorable.

This is great. 

Bolded for hilarity!

Modifed: “Buddhist-Muslim Socialist Terrorist Non-Legal and BLACK President shares state secrets and promotes the Gay Agenda with commie-fascist leaders” 

eddyizm:

thakate:

think4yourself:

jasmined:

Adorable. Also in need of a caption.

(via From the Archives: President Obama Visits the Great Buddha | The White House)

um…how about

“Buddhist-Muslim Terrorist President shares state secrets with commie-fascist leaders” 

Seriously…this is adorable.

This is great. 

Bolded for hilarity!

(via eddyizm-deactivated20131128)

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November 16, 2011
We often joke on twitter, but come the fuck on, girl.
cognitivedissonance:

(h/t to Angry Black Lady)
See this girl? Her name is Lauren Pierce.

She’s president of the UT College Republicans in Austin, Texas. She wants to remind y’all that you shouldn’t shoot the president because if you do, then he won’t be the WORST president EVER! Lulz!
Yeah, seriously.
From ABC News:

Hours after Pennsylvania State Police arrested a 21-year-old Idaho man for allegedly firing a semi-automatic rifle at the White House, the top student official for the College Republicans at the University of Texas tweeted that the idea of assassinating President Obama was “tempting.”
At 2:29 p.m. ET, UT’s Lauren E. Pierce wrote: “Y’all as tempting as it may be, don’t shoot Obama. We need him to go down in history as the WORST president we’ve EVER had! #2012.
Pierce, the president of the College Republicans at UT Austin, told ABC News the comment was a “joke” and that the “whole [shooting incident] was stupid.” ‘Giggling, she said that an attempted assassination would “only make the situation worse.”’
“Insofar as she’s a representative [of the College Republicans], maybe it shouldn’t be said, but she’s made a positive statement in a way,” said Cassie Wright, the group’s vice president.
“I don’t really see anything wrong with it,” Wright added. “It’s just a personal comment, not representative of any group. Just freedom of speech, you know?”

Um, no.

So I’m going to make y’all a deal, College Republicans. And by College Republicans, I mean all of you across the country. How about you stop posting the picture of the supposed OWS protester pooping on the cop car, and painting Occupy Wall Street with that broad brush, and I won’t claim the only thing stopping College Republicans from assassinating the president is that he needs to go down in history as the WORST president EVER, mmkay?
Oh, and acting like you need to remind people to not shoot the president isn’t a “positive statement.” It’s a wink and a nod to those tempted. “Like, OMG, I so get it! I totes get why you wanna do it! I mean you shouldn’t, y’know, but COME ON?! Who HASN’T thought about it, amirite?!”</sarcasm>

We often joke on twitter, but come the fuck on, girl.

cognitivedissonance:

(h/t to Angry Black Lady)

See this girl? Her name is Lauren Pierce.

She’s president of the UT College Republicans in Austin, Texas. She wants to remind y’all that you shouldn’t shoot the president because if you do, then he won’t be the WORST president EVER! Lulz!

Yeah, seriously.

From ABC News:

Hours after Pennsylvania State Police arrested a 21-year-old Idaho man for allegedly firing a semi-automatic rifle at the White House, the top student official for the College Republicans at the University of Texas tweeted that the idea of assassinating President Obama was “tempting.”

At 2:29 p.m. ET, UT’s Lauren E. Pierce wrote: “Y’all as tempting as it may be, don’t shoot Obama. We need him to go down in history as the WORST president we’ve EVER had! #2012.

Pierce, the president of the College Republicans at UT Austin, told ABC News the comment was a “joke” and that the “whole [shooting incident] was stupid.” ‘Giggling, she said that an attempted assassination would “only make the situation worse.”’

“Insofar as she’s a representative [of the College Republicans], maybe it shouldn’t be said, but she’s made a positive statement in a way,” said Cassie Wright, the group’s vice president.

“I don’t really see anything wrong with it,” Wright added. “It’s just a personal comment, not representative of any group. Just freedom of speech, you know?”

Um, no.

So I’m going to make y’all a deal, College Republicans. And by College Republicans, I mean all of you across the country. How about you stop posting the picture of the supposed OWS protester pooping on the cop car, and painting Occupy Wall Street with that broad brush, and I won’t claim the only thing stopping College Republicans from assassinating the president is that he needs to go down in history as the WORST president EVER, mmkay?

Oh, and acting like you need to remind people to not shoot the president isn’t a “positive statement.” It’s a wink and a nod to those tempted. “Like, OMG, I so get it! I totes get why you wanna do it! I mean you shouldn’t, y’know, but COME ON?! Who HASN’T thought about it, amirite?!”</sarcasm>

(via motherjones)