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John Boehner, in the Tradition of the Grand Old Party Exposes Himself to Some Girl Scouts
In a side note of little importance, John, the Queen of Bribery moves ahead with his pointless lawsuit against…someone…

John Boehner, in the Tradition of the Grand Old Party Exposes Himself to Some Girl Scouts

In a side note of little importance, John, the Queen of Bribery moves ahead with his pointless lawsuit against…someone…

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The Rise of the Non-Working Rich

robertreich:

In a new Pew poll, more than three quarters of self-described conservatives believe “poor people have it easy because they can get government benefits without doing anything.”

I would offer that this is not an accurate description of what conservatives believe. That any group of people would believe something so stupid is just a little too much stupid. Conservatives are truly the bums of the earth well aware that the poor are mostly working poor and they call them what in truth most conservatives are - useless parasitic, corporate cocksucking parasites.

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I am opposing a social order in which it is possible for one man who does absolutely nothing that is useful to amass a fortune of hundreds of millions of dollars, while millions of men and women who work all the days of their lives secure barely enough for a wretched existence. Eugene Debs

(Source: elledark)

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The Republican Party Is Composed of People  Who Utterly Worship Dishonesty and Superstition
Republican Myths:
Myth #1 - “One must be a Republican to legitimately criticize the Republican Party.”
If you have ever done something stupid, you understand the Republican Party. Republicans enshrine, worship and utilize stupidity; they embrace their own ignorance and the genesis of every Republican tenet they have is born of fraud.
Myth #2 - “Republicans are not parasites and bums.”
The jest of a Republican’s opinion is a couple of think tanked points followed by talking loudly over any other participant’s comments. Most Republican voters grow bedsores on their rears watching an Australian’s whore lie to get paid. A Republican behaves as if an hour a day of Bullshit Mountain allows them to achieve a thorough understanding of critical thinking. Republicans do not “work for it”, they want to be told how to think, told what to think and told when it is OK to think.
Myth #3 - "The Republican Party is a Political Party."
The Republicans no longer have a party; Republicans are now classified as a cancer. Republicans are the quintessential type of people, responsible for the failure of every great country. Republicans are that grease that makes it so easy for the corrupt and incompetent to ruin it for everyone. Republicans bring nothing to the table; Republican voters are the grist of fascism.
Myth #4 - “Government is too big.”
We in America simply have no government at this point. Our legislators are owned by the corporations and American’s brain washing by shit-stream media is complete. America is in intensive care and life support has already tried the defib once on her. She may not make it. We have no government, thanks wholly to the party of zombies who call themselves Republicans, that chant the battle cry of the corporation which has no loyalty to any country - “big government is bad government”. Republicans are those people that simply destroy countries by providing the laziness, lethargy and ignorance the corrupt and powerful need to hold us all down. As Abraham Lincoln put it, “the monied interest will divide the people and destroy the nation” - one Republican who saw where his party was going.

The Republican Party Is Composed of People  Who Utterly Worship Dishonesty and Superstition

Republican Myths:

Myth #1 - “One must be a Republican to legitimately criticize the Republican Party.”

If you have ever done something stupid, you understand the Republican Party. Republicans enshrine, worship and utilize stupidity; they embrace their own ignorance and the genesis of every Republican tenet they have is born of fraud.

Myth #2 - “Republicans are not parasites and bums.”

The jest of a Republican’s opinion is a couple of think tanked points followed by talking loudly over any other participant’s comments. Most Republican voters grow bedsores on their rears watching an Australian’s whore lie to get paid. A Republican behaves as if an hour a day of Bullshit Mountain allows them to achieve a thorough understanding of critical thinking. Republicans do not “work for it”, they want to be told how to think, told what to think and told when it is OK to think.

Myth #3 - "The Republican Party is a Political Party."

The Republicans no longer have a party; Republicans are now classified as a cancer. Republicans are the quintessential type of people, responsible for the failure of every great country. Republicans are that grease that makes it so easy for the corrupt and incompetent to ruin it for everyone. Republicans bring nothing to the table; Republican voters are the grist of fascism.

Myth #4 - “Government is too big.”

We in America simply have no government at this point. Our legislators are owned by the corporations and American’s brain washing by shit-stream media is complete. America is in intensive care and life support has already tried the defib once on her. She may not make it. We have no government, thanks wholly to the party of zombies who call themselves Republicans, that chant the battle cry of the corporation which has no loyalty to any country - “big government is bad government”. Republicans are those people that simply destroy countries by providing the laziness, lethargy and ignorance the corrupt and powerful need to hold us all down. As Abraham Lincoln put it, “the monied interest will divide the people and destroy the nation” - one Republican who saw where his party was going.



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Why Republicans Hate Abortion
Republicans know if their parents could have aborted them, they probably would have, just like America should abort the Republican party now. 
Republicans are property of the corporate institute for unwanted offspring.
GOP is SHIT

Why Republicans Hate Abortion

Republicans know if their parents could have aborted them, they probably would have, just like America should abort the Republican party now.

Republicans are property of the corporate institute for unwanted offspring.

GOP is SHIT

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Republicans Love the Rich Folks and Want To Destroy the Environment. Republicans: a Plague on Earth From the god fucker?
Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region holds some of the most beautiful natural wonders in the United States, even if they’re not as well-known as famous spots like Yosemite and the Grand Canyon. Historically, advocates in the state have worked hard to protect its environment, but all of that is starting to change as Republicans have seized control of the state legislature and Governor Scott Walker sits prepared to approve legislation that may repeal key environmental regulations, like the moratorium on sulfide mining passed in 1997 by the then-Democratic legislature.
For those not in the know, sulfide mining is a messy, polluting process. It’s used when sulfur-rich ores are mined and processed to get at the goodies inside, like gold and silver. This involves the generation of a large amount of acid waste, a historic and huge problem for the mining industry because it’s difficult to manage and contain. Wisconsin’s legislators eliminated the problem by banning sulfide mining, but mining companies have started fighting back, laying the groundwork to access the riches they think lie beneath Wisconsin’s soil. They’re arguing that mining will bring needed revenue into the state, but environmental advocates aren’t sold on the idea, concerned about the high environmental cost associated with mining.
Governor Walker: A Koch Brother Whore. The Koch Brothers are the Wealthiest Polluters in America.

Republicans Love the Rich Folks and Want To Destroy the Environment. Republicans: a Plague on Earth From the god fucker?

Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region holds some of the most beautiful natural wonders in the United States, even if they’re not as well-known as famous spots like Yosemite and the Grand Canyon. Historically, advocates in the state have worked hard to protect its environment, but all of that is starting to change as Republicans have seized control of the state legislature and Governor Scott Walker sits prepared to approve legislation that may repeal key environmental regulations, like the moratorium on sulfide mining passed in 1997 by the then-Democratic legislature.

For those not in the know, sulfide mining is a messy, polluting process. It’s used when sulfur-rich ores are mined and processed to get at the goodies inside, like gold and silver. This involves the generation of a large amount of acid waste, a historic and huge problem for the mining industry because it’s difficult to manage and contain. Wisconsin’s legislators eliminated the problem by banning sulfide mining, but mining companies have started fighting back, laying the groundwork to access the riches they think lie beneath Wisconsin’s soil. They’re arguing that mining will bring needed revenue into the state, but environmental advocates aren’t sold on the idea, concerned about the high environmental cost associated with mining.

Governor Walker: A Koch Brother Whore. The Koch Brothers are the Wealthiest Polluters in America.

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Unbelievable
Fox News cuts Paul Ryan a new asshole? I use Fox News as a regurgitant. Fox News is pandering lying Republican horseshit and has set the low bar for lack of investigative journalism and is no more than Rupert Murdochs’, “please vote Republican channel”.
But…….But?

Ryan’s speech was an apparent attempt to set the world record for the greatest number of blatant lies and misrepresentations slipped into a single political speech. On this measure, while it was  Romney who ran the Olympics, Ryan earned the gold. Sally Kohn Fox News 


Sally Kohn, Fox News: Paul Ryan is a lying piece of shit………


GOP is SHIT

Unbelievable

Fox News cuts Paul Ryan a new asshole? I use Fox News as a regurgitant. Fox News is pandering lying Republican horseshit and has set the low bar for lack of investigative journalism and is no more than Rupert Murdochs’, “please vote Republican channel”.

But…….But?

Ryan’s speech was an apparent attempt to set the world record for the greatest number of blatant lies and misrepresentations slipped into a single political speech. On this measure, while it was  Romney who ran the Olympics, Ryan earned the gold. Sally Kohn Fox News


Sally Kohn, Fox News: Paul Ryan is a lying piece of shit………


GOP is SHIT

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Misdirection Disclose Act
Ask any magician and they’ll tell you that the secret to a successful magic trick is misdirection — distracting the crowd so they don’t realize how they’re being fooled. 
Once upon a time conservatives supported the full disclosure of campaign contributors. Now they oppose it with their might — and magic, especially when it comes to unlimited cash from corporations. My goodness, they say, with a semantic wave of the wand, what’s the big deal?: nary a single Fortune 500 company had given a dime to the super PACs. (Even that’s not entirely true, by the way.)
Meanwhile the other hand is poking around for loopholes, stuffing millions of secret corporate dollars into non-profit, tax-exempt organizations called 501(c)s that funnel the money into advertising on behalf of candidates or causes. Legally, in part because the Federal Election Commission does not consider them political committees, they can keep it all nice and anonymous, never revealing who’s really behind the donations or the political ads they buy. This is especially handy for corporations — why risk offending customers by revealing your politics or letting them know how much you’re willing to shell out for a permanent piece of an obliging politician?
That’s why passing a piece of legislation called the DISCLOSE Act is so important and that’s why on Monday, Republicans in the Senate killed it. Again.
Republicans in the Senate killed it. Again.

Misdirection Disclose Act

Ask any magician and they’ll tell you that the secret to a successful magic trick is misdirection — distracting the crowd so they don’t realize how they’re being fooled.

Once upon a time conservatives supported the full disclosure of campaign contributors. Now they oppose it with their might — and magic, especially when it comes to unlimited cash from corporations. My goodness, they say, with a semantic wave of the wand, what’s the big deal?: nary a single Fortune 500 company had given a dime to the super PACs. (Even that’s not entirely true, by the way.)

Meanwhile the other hand is poking around for loopholes, stuffing millions of secret corporate dollars into non-profit, tax-exempt organizations called 501(c)s that funnel the money into advertising on behalf of candidates or causes. Legally, in part because the Federal Election Commission does not consider them political committees, they can keep it all nice and anonymous, never revealing who’s really behind the donations or the political ads they buy. This is especially handy for corporations — why risk offending customers by revealing your politics or letting them know how much you’re willing to shell out for a permanent piece of an obliging politician?

That’s why passing a piece of legislation called the DISCLOSE Act is so important and that’s why on Monday, Republicans in the Senate killed it. Again.

Republicans in the Senate killed it. Again.

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Dispatches From The War On Women: The Phony War On Religion

Republican culture warriors insist that the Obama administration is nothing short of outwardly hostile to religious institutions and people of faith. The policies the administration embraces would force the faithful to chose between their religion and the law, they claim. That has been their central objection to family planning services and civil rights legislation. It would be a better argument if it were not patently false.

In Florida, Gov. Rick Scott (R) vetoed $1.5 million in funding for the state’s 30 rape crisis centers as “unnecessary.” Now would also be a good time to remind you that Republicans in D.C. continue to block renewal of the Violence Against Women Act.

Congresswoman Jackie Speier tells Abigail Pesta why Republicans think women should be ‘barefoot and pregnant.’

Last week, one of Mitt Romney’s top aides was unable to answer a reporter’s question about whether Romney supports the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. The act, based on Ledbetter’s historic battle with Goodyear about unequal pay, expands the amount of time an employee has to report paycheck discrimination.

I think his campaign is a reflection of priorities we’ve seen among right-wing Republicans. Women should be barefoot and pregnant. It speaks to this assault on women’s rights and on the value of women, on attempts to ban contraception. The first George Bush was a proponent of Planned Parenthood. This extreme tilt to the right now is diminishing women, particularly when you realize that 98 percent of women have used contraception at some point.


One More Point: Ending tax breaks for churches Is the essence of separation of church and state. Ending tax breaks for religious organizations is fair and Constitutional and by no means hostile towards people who have faith in their imaginary fiends (and none in their fellow man). When people, especially religious people are allowed to steal for a time, when one tells them they can no longer steal one is saying, “what you are used to will stop, the free ride is over.” And thieves will call that war.

The only war I see concerning religion is the war to remove the parasitism that religion represents on the health of America. Let’s define the expression “religiously faithful” clearly.

Religiously Faithful: An adult who struggles with the fact that their is no Santa Clause, no Bigfoot, no Big Government, no god damn reason to give religious organizations a tax break. Religious faith doesn’t qualify one for consideration of any type and is nothing more than an idiots way to describe or anoint your chosen folks and continue to rip off America. That is the whole point. Most people have faith in something simply because they are human. Your faith is no better than mine.


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elledark:

Hunter S Thompson and the Killer Whores
“We have become a Nazi monster in the eyes of the whole world, a nation of bullies and bastards who would rather kill than live peacefully. We are not just whores for power and oil, but killer whores with hate and fear in our hearts. We are human scum, and that is how history will judge us. No redeeming social value. Just whores. Get out of our way, or we’ll kill you. Who does vote for these dishonest shitheads ? Who among us can be happy and proud of having all this innocent blood on our hands? Who are these swine? These flag-sucking half-wits who get fleeced and fooled by stupid little rich kids like George Bush? They are the same ones who wanted to have Muhammad Ali locked up for refusing to kill gooks. They speak for all that is cruel and stupid and vicious in the American character. They are the racists and hate mongers among us; they are the Ku Klux Klan. I piss down the throats of these Nazis. And I am too old to worry about whether they like it or not. Fuck them.”
Hunter S. Thompson

elledark:

Hunter S Thompson and the Killer Whores

“We have become a Nazi monster in the eyes of the whole world, a nation of bullies and bastards who would rather kill than live peacefully. We are not just whores for power and oil, but killer whores with hate and fear in our hearts. We are human scum, and that is how history will judge us. No redeeming social value. Just whores. Get out of our way, or we’ll kill you. Who does vote for these dishonest shitheads ? Who among us can be happy and proud of having all this innocent blood on our hands? Who are these swine? These flag-sucking half-wits who get fleeced and fooled by stupid little rich kids like George Bush? They are the same ones who wanted to have Muhammad Ali locked up for refusing to kill gooks. They speak for all that is cruel and stupid and vicious in the American character. They are the racists and hate mongers among us; they are the Ku Klux Klan. I piss down the throats of these Nazis. And I am too old to worry about whether they like it or not. Fuck them.”

Hunter S. Thompson

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