August292014
questionall:

bluenationreview:

Maybe that’s why Paul Ryan’s response to poverty is basically… meh… http://bit.ly/1uJG0T3

Yes, I think whenever one of these asshole politicians starts trying to say that the poor are lazy, we should point out the fact that they work 2 days a week and I’m pretty sure there is not much real work involved. Lots of kissing up and raising money and long dinners and being told what to do by the rich, but nothing truly worthwhile that helps anyone but themselves and the rich.

questionall:

bluenationreview:

Maybe that’s why Paul Ryan’s response to poverty is basically… meh… http://bit.ly/1uJG0T3

Yes, I think whenever one of these asshole politicians starts trying to say that the poor are lazy, we should point out the fact that they work 2 days a week and I’m pretty sure there is not much real work involved. Lots of kissing up and raising money and long dinners and being told what to do by the rich, but nothing truly worthwhile that helps anyone but themselves and the rich.

August262014
August242014
August222014
“This conservative fetish for “local government” has always stemmed from their desire to reclaim the “freedom” those southern towns used to have when they were allowed to handle their race “problems” as they saw fit. Any citizen who’s ever been exposed to local and state government knows very well that the idea it’s un-corrupted with greed and petty ambition is ludicrous. The fact that Ryan doesn’t understand that the mantra of “local control” in this situation is ridiculous is yet another sign that he’s so ideologically programmed he honestly doesn’t know how to think in any other way.” Hullabaloo (via azspot)

(via corporationsarepeople)

August192014
10AM
liberalsarecool:

Union busting was a big part of Ronald Reagan’s legacy. Go figure Reagan rose to prominence via heading the actors’ union.
Classic conservative: I got mine, now go screw yourself while I break the game.

liberalsarecool:

Union busting was a big part of Ronald Reagan’s legacy. Go figure Reagan rose to prominence via heading the actors’ union.

Classic conservative: I got mine, now go screw yourself while I break the game.

August182014
August172014
memegop:

They couldn’t worship Bush, so they went to the 80’s and dug up Reagan, what a party, so many crooks and liars to choose from, and they chose Reagan the one that started this country in a financial downward spiral. Mr. Corporate America.
#MemeGOP #UniteBlue #VoteBlue

memegop:

They couldn’t worship Bush, so they went to the 80’s and dug up Reagan, what a party, so many crooks and liars to choose from, and they chose Reagan the one that started this country in a financial downward spiral. Mr. Corporate America.

#MemeGOP #UniteBlue #VoteBlue

August162014
“…the outsize Republican idolatry of Reagan is explained in part by the fact that there’s no one else in their history of whom they can really approve. The Bushes are a bad memory for most, Ford was a non-entity and Nixon was Nixon. Eisenhower looks pretty good on most historical rankings, but he’s anathema to movement conservatives: Eisenhower Republicans were what are now called RINOs. Going back a century, and skipping some failures/nonentities, Theodore Roosevelt is problematic for related but different reasons. Going right back to the beginning,and skipping more nonentities and disappointments, some Repubs still try to claim the mantle of the “party of Lincoln” but that doesn’t pass the laugh test. As many others have observed, the “party of Jefferson Davis” is closer to the mark. So, they have little choice but to present Reagan as the savior of the nation.” Reagan and the Great Man in history (via azspot)

(via recall-all-republicans)

August142014
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