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youngmanhattanite:

YM would tax that ass.

At the right angle, the grey-blue blackness of his eyes looks like money. His teeth shine with the glossy glow of white gold coins.

youngmanhattanite:

YM would tax that ass.

At the right angle, the grey-blue blackness of his eyes looks like money. His teeth shine with the glossy glow of white gold coins.

cynicalpink:

Just a little visual to remind us exactly who is sponsoring the “It’s Not Rape if You’re Not Bruised and Bleeding” Bill.
Shockingly, it’s a whole lot of people who have a 0% chance of ever becoming pregnant.

cynicalpink:

Just a little visual to remind us exactly who is sponsoring the “It’s Not Rape if You’re Not Bruised and Bleeding” Bill.

Shockingly, it’s a whole lot of people who have a 0% chance of ever becoming pregnant.

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"If the repeal vote was “really about” putting some different reform into place, then it would have had some different reform in place. It doesn’t. It has nothing. Why? Because agreeing on an alternate plan that can unite even just the Republicans (let alone win 60 Senate votes) and win public approval is really hard. I’m sure many Republicans truly think that they’ll be able to implement some reform of their own after repealing the Affordable Care Act. But if they can’t put a plan on the table now, there’s no reason to think they ever will. Which is why the repeal vote is exactly what the bill says it is: a vote to restore the old status quo."



Bill Maher to “teabaggers”: “The Founding Fathers would have hated your guts.” (via Mediaite)

Full(er) quote:

[T]he Founding Fathers would have hated your guts…and what’s more, you would have hated them. They were everything you despise. They studied science, read Plato, hung out in Paris, and thought the Bible was mostly bullshit.

"We’re not in competition with the [Tea Party] movement, we’re part of it."



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Newly-elected Republican National Committee chairman REINCE PRIEBUS, kneeling before the GOP’s new Tea Party overlords.

(via The Hill)



"An ever-more diverse roster of candidates is a great party achievement. But the hard work of many people can be undone by one candidate for Senate who makes it clear that he thinks the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a big mistake, or by a national political figure who makes it clear that her definition of “real Americans” excludes most of the people who actually live in America."



- from David Frum’s most recent Bullpen column, Include everybody (via theweekmagazine)



This is the most hilariously awesome, batshit insane political speech you’ll see this year, I promise. Go Ohio!

(via)

Republicans say the darndest things…