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truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

powertothepeoplerighton1:

This is why I vote republican

This is from the 2008 election, but the Republicans are still just as regressive as ever. 

snap. burn. 

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votethemout2014:

Five Reasons to Vote Out Louisiana Rep Steve Scalise

1. Well that’s a solid argument.

2. Solid arguments are this guy’s thing, eh?

3. American by birth? Nope.

4. You should fight for your country….unless you’re gay.

5. Well, violence isn’t that bad, amirite?

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thirteenguy:

maxistentialist:

Misanthropology:

The National Republican Congressional Committee appears to be registering donation websites using the names of Democratic candidates in the URL, distinguished from an official campaign site only by plain text reading “donate to help defeat” below the candidate’s name. Donations from all these sites currently redirect as donations to the NRCC.

There’s a formula, obviously, and it’s being applied to at least a half a dozen candidates already: pages using the same template, all redirecting to the RNCC, exist for the Democratic candidates Alex Sink, Martha Robertson, John Lewis, and Domenic Recchia at the time of this writing.

These are not presented as Republican sites, nor are the names suggestive of opposition sites. The URLs are all, without exception, either the candidate’s name or the candidate’s name accompanied by “forcongress,” “for2014,” or some similar campaign theme.

You have to scroll all the way to the bottom to get any text that suggests Republican involvement, usually in as low-contrast a font as possible.

I’ll try to stay on top of this story and any updates, but for now you need to know at least this much: the RNCC, going into the 2014 elections, is definitely registering misleading websites that appear to support Democratic candidates for Congress, but that direct donations to the RNCC.

This is absolute desperation - the same strategy used used to sell weight-loss cures and penis pills. I can’t imagine that the Republican Party is helping restore their brand for young people with these kinds of tactics.

THIS IS ABSOLUTE AWFUL  

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cognitivedissonance:

This man is currently in the U.S. House of Representatives. And this is his official campaign account for the U.S. Senate.

I just can’t…

how is this ok. Can you imagine a liberal doing that? the GOP would rage beyond rage. How can this man be running for office?

ugh. humans.

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steviefuckingnicks:

FUCKTHISDUDE

steviefuckingnicks:

FUCK
THIS
DUDE

(Source: paxamericana)

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It’s not much of a surprise, I guess. The American Jobs Act never had a particularly good chance of passing the House. But as of yesterday, it’s officially dead. Majority Leader Eric Cantor isn’t even pretending the two sides will work something out. “The $447 billion jobs package as a package: dead?” A reporter asked him. “Yes,” Cantor replied.
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seefarther:

No wonder history was not included as a core subject in No Child Left Behind. Republicans didn’t want us to learn from it.

seefarther:

No wonder history was not included as a core subject in No Child Left Behind. Republicans didn’t want us to learn from it.

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