Please please PLEASE tell me this is satire:Full Story... →
Ruh roh. It looks like the free speech gestapo is out in force because certain Americans were speaking out in certain ways that did not line up with the agenda the GOP wanted to foist upon us at American Speaking Out.
I just noticed some “speak outs” have been removed from the site that I linked to yesterday. Specifically:
Curiously enough this one is still up:Full Story... →
What happens when you don’t have an agenda with which to fight the godless communists who have taken over our country?
Apparently you ask the Internet for one.
What happens when you ask the Internet for one?
The Internet pwns you, that’s what. Oh and we all get a side of LOL fantastitude.
“I would expect the ideas that come out of this Web site and the involvement of our members will lead to ideas that we can attempt to implement today,” […]Full Story... →
So much goodness in this NYT article I really don’t know where to start. Here’s one:
When Tom Grimes lost his job as a financial consultant 15 months ago, he called his congressman, a Democrat, for help getting government health care. Then he found a new full-time occupation: Tea Party activist.
…Mr. Grimes, who receives Social Security, has filled the back seat of his Mercury Grand Marquis with the literature of the movement, including Glenn Beck?s ?Arguing With Idiots? and Frederic Bastiat?s ?The Law,? which denounces public benefits as ?false philanthropy.?
?If you quit giving people that stuff, […]Full Story... →
Saw Modern’s post and instantly thought of this little game.? It’s called defining the Interwebs through pictures.? You’ll hear the kids say it a lot and you’ll see the Twitterers tweet it.? #WIN and #FAIL.? If you are struggling with these concepts I’ve found the best visual representation of it ever:
EOM.? Nothing follows.? That is all.Full Story... →
Walked by books in a local Meijer and found this:Full Story... →
You go maverick reformer girl! You go!
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who has made a crackdown on gift-giving to state officials a centerpiece of her ethics reform agenda, has accepted gifts valued at $25,367 from industry executives, municipalities and a cultural center whose board includes officials from some of the largest mining interests in the state, a review of state records shows.Full Story... →
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