I’m just gonna put this here…
“Next time someone tries to tell you that Obamacare is the “biggest tax hike ever” - just show them this. (Graphic from last night’s show!)” - Al Sharpton
SO PUMPED THAT RICK PERRY CAN’T TAKE AWAY COVERAGE FROM TEXAS WOMEN
The GOP in a nutshell.
Look at all of those old, white men. SMDH.
A message to
Planned Parenthoodwomen’s rights supporters from President Obama.
He just seems like a quality person. Like he’d be someone I’d want to have as a friend if he were an Average Joe, or something.
I don’t care if you disagree with his politics, you got’a admit he totally seems like a genuinely nice person.
Stephon stood just a few feet away from Barack Obama. The president, busy shaking hands, looked right at him. “It was like he was waiting for me to say something,” he said later.
So the 26-year-old Prince George’s Community College student took his cue and spoke to President Obama in his first language: American Sign Language. “I am proud of you,” Stephon signed. The president, almost involuntary, instinctively, immediately signed back.
“Thank you,” Obama replied.
This is one of those moments that humanize the office of the presidency:
President Obama’s critics hate being labeled racists, but occasionally it’s hard to argue with the charges. Paula Smith, the owner of Stickatude.com, is defending a popular bumper sticker that is igniting debate on race and spawning widespread condemnation.
“Don’t Re-Nig in 2012,” reads the sticker — a not-too-subtle play on a word that invokes one of the most repulsive racial epithets to attack the country’s first black president. Yet, Smith sees absolutely nothing wrong with it, as she told Forbes:
Ms. Smith insisted that the bumper sticker is not racist. I asked her about the “N” word, for which “nig” is the shortened version. “According to the dictionary [the N word] does not mean black. It means a low down, lazy, sorry, low down person. That’s what the N word means.”
This is the stupidest fucking thing I have heard in a long ass time, and that’s saying a lot.