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June 18, 2013



But…But…But…They have a 10% approval rating.




Death of,and GOP


Boehner family quote

Boner makes me proud to be a Buckeye.



Christie, Maddow,Obama


GOP AND gene patents


rethugs out of touch


I voted for it before you


GOP takes vets benefits

Remember when Bush the Lesser and Darth Cheney sent the troops to Iraq without body armor or enough armored vehicles? Now the rethugs want to cut support to all vets?


GOP war-on-religion




GOP hears you,not

Boner last year…”Let’s call bulls— bulls—,” he told House Republicans in a closed meeting this morning. “This election is about jobs, jobs, jobs.”

“Boehner and his caucus will demonstrate their laser-like focus on jobs today with a vote on another anti-abortion bill.”

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This is from last year before the election. Here’s how they have progressed since…



“How do you make abortion funny?” That was a key question mulled at a major conservative gathering Friday on how to make social conservatism appealing to young people, after an election where Republicans got trounced in the battle for millennial voters (who are are moving even further and further away from the Christian-right on marriage and other issues).

Abortion has to be made funny, the thinking goes, because funny sells on social media, and that’s where one goes to court young people. “You can engage with sarcasm, it’s hard with the abortion issue, but you have to,” said Students for Life president Kristan Hawkins at a breakout panel at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference in Washington today on how to win millennial voters. “Unfortunately we have to, because this is the generation that we’ve been dealt.”

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Yeah, let them try that on Twitter or other social media. They will be crushed.
Abortion isn’t funny in any way shape or form. There are some things you don’t mock. Are mass shootings next?



GOP Sociopath to Citizenship


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This sounds like a Bond villain machine: a giant building covered in mirrors that directs sunlight into a fixed, superheated point–up to 3,500 degrees Celsius. It’s called a solar furnace, and the world’s largest exists in the French pyrenees. Photographer Alastair Philip Wiper beautifully captures the building in a series on the unexpected beauty of research facilities. You can see more of that series here.

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