"An Illustrated Guide to American Personhood" by Sarah Baker
Anonymous said: What credibility did you go by about the militia going to border?
This is actually a blog that posts the outlandish misinformation and aggressive racism often found on GOPTheDailyDose.com.
So, the Conservative Lady got banned from Facebook for 30 days for posting a controversial video. She was enraged, believing it to be a liberal conspiracy against her.
I decided to click her link to the video in question, and welp,
Looks like the FCC’s now taking public comments regarding the coming ruling on whether or not Comcast and similar companies can control what sites get how much bandwidth, which would let them slow down whatever sites don’t pay a premium, while allowing sites that DO pay up to offer the speeds they do now.
You don’t have to say much, just something to the effect of “You have a cable company lobbyist in charge of the FCC, and what you’re proposing benefits the public in no way. Either you’ll listen to what we have to say, or this is a complete farce.”
Here is what my friend submitted, which I thought was pretty well-stated.
This is important, and it’ll only take a minute.
do it do it do it do it do it do it
GOP: The Daily Dose weighs in on Karl Rove’s statement that Hillary has secretly had brain damage since 2002, because she wore glasses in the hospital that were “only for people who have traumatic brain injury.”
Best part is that it’s penned by the quill of George Washington.
In which the Conservative Lady puts up a photo of a member of the US Airforce idly wondering if maybe those gosh-darn Tailban had the right idea all along.
100% beyond satire at this point
this is the real first page of a real book by a real Fox News host
this is like a conservative person’s stereotype of a liberal stereotype of a conservative person
the cool thing about this is that todd starnes is obviously trying to cultivate a folksy, good old boy image, when he looks exactly like every dime a dozen, former college republican wiener in DC
Now black players can just go right on into the stands and assault white spectators, no problem. Without Sterling’s bold cowboy social justice, the NBA will immediately descend into no-holds-barred racial anarchy.
They should’ve listened to Steven.