Esquire Theme by Matthew Buchanan
Social icons by Tim van Damme

06

Apr

housedems:

The House GOP right now. 

housedems:

The House GOP right now. 

03

Apr

This bill is prejudiced. It’s prejudiced against women. A 14-year-old boy can go to the truck stop and buy all the condoms he wants. He can control his destiny. This bill takes the ability to control their destiny away from women. But that’s what we do in the Republican Party these days.
Republican Oklahoma state Rep. Doug Cox speaking out against proposed legislation that would prevent teens younger than 17 from buying Plan B over the counter.

12

Mar

As Republican-controlled states one by one legislate abortion access out of existence, a new map of the United States is essentially starting to take focus: one where abortion is legal and accessible, and another where huge swaths of this country have no access to what on paper are their reproductive rights. When people talk the whole war on women thing, it is not a Beltway construct. It is the lived experience of Republican governance in the states right now.

08

Mar

SENATE REPUBLICANS ARE ADDICTED TO KOCH!
Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid. (via 6dogs9cats)

31

Jan

inothernews:

Jon Stewart’s epic rant against Republican obstructionism — starting Day One of Obama’s administration — from last night’s The Daily Show.

28

Jan

"Protesting against dysfunctional government is a great American tradition."
— Senator Mike Lee with the Tea Party response. Hahahahaha. Ha.

"Protesting against dysfunctional government is a great American tradition."

— Senator Mike Lee with the Tea Party response. Hahahahaha. Ha.

Republicans believe healthcare decisions should be yours and not the government’s.

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA)

OH REALLY?

She’s talking about empowering “YOU” instead of the government. I assume YOU means corporations and the 1% and excludes the right to make choices about your own body, who you should marry and what you do in the privacy of your own home.

She’s talking about empowering “YOU” instead of the government. I assume YOU means corporations and the 1% and excludes the right to make choices about your own body, who you should marry and what you do in the privacy of your own home.

The Republican response to the President’s State of the Union address:

inothernews:

"What income inequality?  What war on women?  What healthcare reform?  What national security?  What foreign policy?  What economic recovery?  What reduction in unemployment?  What compromise?  What civility?  What state of what union?  There IS no union!  Not with this president!!!  Of course, we’ll offer no solutions.  Also, gun control, schmun control.  Thank you and good night.”