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The Republicans' Closing Argument -- Andy Borowitz
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, candidates, education, funny, humor, politics, society )

- 1956 days ago -
"Our argument couldn't be simpler: when God wants to create a hurricane or make a woman pregnant, big government should get out of the way," he said. ****Humor****
The Election as a Marketing Spectacle
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, americans, candidates, campaigns, corruption, culture, dishonesty, education, ethics, freedoms, government, politics, society )

- 1960 days ago -
More than $6 billion will have been spent on the Romney-Obama contest after two years of socially disruptive campaigning and fundraising.
Romney Says He Favors Abortion in Cases Where It Makes People Vote for Him -- Andy Borowitz
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, americans, candidates, culture, dishonesty, freedoms, government, HUMOR, law, internet, media, politics, religion, rights, Romney, society, women )

- 1963 days ago -
Hitting the campaign trail one day after the arrival of Superstorm Sandy, Republican nominee Mitt Romney tweaked his position on abortion today, saying he now supports it in cases where it makes people vote for him. ***Humor***
Why Right-Wingers Can't Stop Saying Insane Things About Women and Rape
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, activists, americans, candidates, culture, dishonesty, education, elections, ethics, family, freedoms, government, media, politics, religion, rights, society, women )

- 1969 days ago -
There are reasons why extremists with little regard for women's social equality feel empowered to say whatever comes to mind.
When the President Comes to Town -- William Rivers Pitt
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, candidates, culture, debates, education, freedoms, government, politics, rights, society )

- 1976 days ago -
The debate was framed in a town hall setting and moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley, who, it should be said, comported herself better than I expected. Eleven questions were asked of the candidates over the course of the night, and it quickly became-->
Best Line of the Debate
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, candidates, debate, dishonesty, education, ethics, freedoms, government, media, Medicare, politics, rights, society )

- 1986 days ago -
I think President Obama spoke the best line in the debate last night. Call it a "zinger" if you want. "If you're 54 or 55, you might want to listen."
Romney's Theory of The "Taker Class," and Why It Matters
Society & Culture  (tags: activists, americans, candidates, campaign, children's future, corruption, culture, dishonesty, education, ethics, FACTS, law, politics, society, women )

- 1993 days ago -
- Ezra Klein "My job is not to worry about those people," Mitt Romney said of the 47 percent of Americans who are likely to vote for Barack Obama. "I'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives.
Even Republicans Backing Away From Bachmann Craziness
Society & Culture  (tags: Americans, Bachmann, McCain, ethics, elections, candidates, propaganda, republicans, politics, americans, culture, society )

- 1995 days ago -
Is it possible that Michele Bachmann has finally gone too far even for many of her fellow Republicans to tolerate? Yesterday, it was John McCain taking to the floor of the Senate to denounce her for the Islamophobic conspiracy theories she's been...
My White Male Millionaire Friend Is Voting for WHO!?!
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, culture, ethics, family, elections, candidates, politics, freedoms, society, rights )

- 2007 days ago -
got a call from my buddy last night to come watch Sunday Football, drink a couple beers, and just catch up. We talk politics like we watch football: We mutually respect each other's right to be who we are, but also take great pleasure in giving ...
Vintage Ann Romney: "Daughter Of Privilege" Who "Knows Little Of Real World"
Society & Culture  (tags: Ann Romney, americans, candidates, culture, government, family, women, society, politics )

- 2057 days ago -
As the country (okay, fine, Republican and Democratic pundits) debate whether Ann Romney has actually worked a day in her life (yes, she's worked at raising her children and maintaining the household; no, she's never earned a paycheck to feed or...
Vote for the Net ACTION
Society & Culture  (tags: censorship, internet, freedoms, SOPA, PROTECT IP, voters, candidates )

- 2230 days ago -
"In 2012, I will only support candidates who stand for Internet freedom and who oppose the PROTECT IP Act and SOPA. I will work against any candidate, of any party, who votes to censor and stifle the Internet."
TV That Deserves the Name "Journalism"
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, candidates, culture, education, goodnews, interesting, media, news, politics, rights, society )

- 2332 days ago -
"Up With Chris Hayes," which broadcasts Saturday and Sunday mornings, purposely rejects the manufactured red-versus-blue mallet that bludgeons every issue into partisan terms.
Occupy Wall Street Sieges New York City
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, abuse, candidates, constitution, cheney, bushadministration, democrats, elections, economy, Govtfearmongering, government, goodnews, propaganda, republicans, obama, corruption, consumers, dishonesty, economy, marketing, politics, society, freed )

- 2350 days ago -
t's good to see people complaining, and it's good to see them trying to hold those at the top of the heap accountable for their fraudulent practices. Personally, I don't like government solutions as there always seems to be unforeseen consequences.
Is Rick Perry's Budget Feeding Texas Wildfires? Local Fire Departments Suffer $23 Million in Cuts
Society & Culture  (tags: republicans, politics, government, candidates, ethics, economy, death, environment )

- 2378 days ago -
In the latest legislative session, Texas volunteer fire departments were hosed with a Perry-approved budget that cut state funding from $30 million to $7 million. To make matters worse, most of Texas is protected by volunteer firefighters --
No Way to Honor Dr. King
Society & Culture  (tags: americans, abuse, bushadministration, cheney, candidates, constitution, cover-up, democrats, corruption, ethics, elections, Govtfearmongering, housing, media, military, republicans, propaganda, freedoms, humanrights, middle-east, interesting, government )

- 2395 days ago -
The ceremonies for the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington DC were kicked off on August 24 at an event billed as Honoring Global Leaders for Peace. Some of those honored are a far cry from King's beloved community of the poor and oppressed.

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