When reading articles that laud Mitt Romney for winning, keep in mind that they’re celebrating the fact that Mitt Romney can get away with behaving like a white man and Barack Obama, the President of the United States, still can’t.”
Scumbag Rick Perry
Newt Gingrich makes sweeping generalizations about poor kids, says they don’t work ‘unless it’s illegal’ (For a related video, click here http://christiannightmares.tumblr.com/post/5397492720/lunatic-evangelist-lou-engle-prays-over-newt)
Elizabeth Warren, realkeeper.
Stop hearting pictures of cats and read.
Today, Congress holds hearings on the first American Internet censorship system. If the bills pass, and they very well may, sites like Tumblr may be shut down for letting people post what they want.
Take action - spread this message, even if you’re not an US citizen. Contact your Representative. Don’t hesitate - your voice counts, make it heard!
And that includes Benjamin Harrison’s unforgettable Parade Q&A in 1884.
Herman Cain is done.
Anti-abortionist running against Rep. Keith Ellison runs anti-Islam TV ads:
“Do you really want someone representing you who swears an oath on a Quran? A book that undermines our Constitution and says you should be killed?”
Um. You know what undermines our Constitution? Religious tests for office holders.
How does Occupy Wall St. stack up against the tea party on Google?
Google Politics tell all from its informative political blog. Let’s compare, using the chart above and other data collected by Google:
- Occupy Wall St. has generated far more searches since its inception than the tea party ever has at any given moment.
- Despite that search edge, Occupy Wall Street “is almost in a dead heat with the Tea Party for the volume of news coverage… between October 7 and last week, Occupy Wall Street only barely bests the Tea Party when we examine the number of news pieces covering each movement: 29,000 to 22,000.
- One bit of trivia: Which states have had the highest search traffic for Occupy Wall St.? New York is number three - can you guess the intervening two? (Hint: Think crunchy. Real crunchy.)
- When does tea party surge as a search term? In April, just before Americans file their federal income taxes.
How do you get your Occupy Wall St. News? If you’re in Tumblr…