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Saying that she’ll be gone soon anyway so she might as well, Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann introduced H.R. 259: The Homosexual Decapitation Act, which would give the United ...
Surprise, surprise. Stupidity is alive and well in the racist wing of the conservative movement.
Eagle Forum’s Phyllis Schlafly is riled up about comprehensive immigration reform, and she has hardly been ...
The best of late night political humor via Daniel Kurtzman’s Political Humor.
"During a Senate hearing yesterday, Senator John McCain said it was too hard to always have to update ...
John McCain has finally had enough of his Republican teabagging cohorts, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz.
In the latest expression of Republican frustration with conservative GOP colleagues, Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) ...
Mitt Romney has twisted himself into a pretzel on numerous occasions defending his criticism of the Affordable Care Act in light of his own Massachusetts health care law which was the model for the ACA. His main argument against the individual mandate has been to claim that while it was the right thing to do for his state, it was the wrong approach at the national level. Why? Just because, that’s why. Romney won’t tell. He wants you to just take his word for it.
Now one of his surrogates, Marco Rubio, has put his own ridiculous twist in defending the Romney individual mandate.
But what a big difference. He supported it on the state level. Which means if you didn’t like it in Massachusetts, you could move to another state.
Could Republican politicians be any more out of touch with regular folk? Who exactly is Rubio referring to when he talks about people quitting their jobs, packing their bags, leaving family and friends behind and moving out of state over an issue like individual mandates?
It boggles the mind to think of how well Republicans have bamboozled their followers into setting aside all reason and common sense and get them to vote for sleazebag politicians of the Rubio/Romney type – politicians who work against the very interests of middle class America.