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Eric Rush claims The Kenyan will round-up dissenters, but them in cattle cars and declare himself President for Life, as a Marxist dictator.
- Packaging - Wingnuttia needs to a better job explaining how it helps middle-class Americans:
"There’s no doubt that, as a party, we need to do a better job of communicating and engaging with the American people... our priorities are still firmly aligned with the American peoples’: creating jobs, cutting wasteful government spending, and expanding opportunity for all Americans so they can achieve the American dream."
"...which is why we will try to repeal Obamacare for the 500th time and legislate lady's woo-woos to increase sales of vaginal rape wands," he did not say. "It's good to be king." (Roll Call)
- Separation of Church and State - A group of Xristian Xrazies in Chicago have decided that they will ban from their churches any politicians who vote for Marriage Equality. Remember, this is about how Xristian Xrazies are being discriminated against. (WBEZ)
- Fell for another joke - Ghost Breitbart weeps again: His eponymous website fell for a story from satirical The Daily Currant that Nobel-prize winning Professor Paul Krugman filed for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy as the result of spending "$84,000 in one month" on Portuguese wines and "a dress from the Victorian period." Sadly, Breitbart has deleted the story without explanation. (Media Matters)