Yes, he made collectible pins with his own face on them, celebrating himself as, like, king of the Olympics. Or something. Unbelievable and hilarious.
A focus group isn’t alarmed by Romney’s economic proposals because…
cutting Medicare in order to clear budgetary headroom for tax cuts for the rich, while an accurate description of the Ryan plan, struck those voters as so cartoonishly evil that they found the charge implausible. (“[T]he respondents simply refused to believe any politician would do such a thing.”)
|—||The Republican Party of Texas, in their 2012 platform (via getting-schooled)|
Unintentional hilarity machine Phyllis Schlafly issued a dire warning to cadets at the Citadel yesterday, explaining to students that they should never, ever, under any circumstances, even in case of emergency or possible decapitation, date a feminist.
I’ve loathed this woman since I was eight years old and still have no reason to change my mind.
No. Of course not.
Like a lot of wacked-out conspiracy theories, it’s a terrible narrative — not even remotely plausible. Why threaten, when he could bribe instead? For example, with a Secretary of State appointment? Hmm? And, really, if Hillary Clinton knew of a good reason why Obama was ineligible to be president, why wouldn’t she have shared that back when they were duking it out over the nomination? Also, that whole birth certificate thing is really boring and stale. If the Clintons have dirt on Obama, couldn’t it be juicier dirt? I mean, since all this stuff is just made-up fiction anyway, it could be better fiction.
What do these words have in common besides being awesome? The NYC Dept. Of Education wants them banned from standardized tests.
|—||Geraldo Rivera , proving that wildly inappropriate costume-related victim-blaming is no longer restricted to woman who have been sexually assaulted.|