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liberalsarecool:

Republicans’ War On Women is real. Their rhetoric is imaginary.

liberalsarecool:

Republicans’ War On Women is real. Their rhetoric is imaginary.

(Source: facebook.com)

— 5 months ago with 336 notes
#war on women  #republicans  #fox news 
elitepact:

Super surprising

So this was obviously posted by a conservative, but does anyone else notice that the percent of college graduates within the Democratic Party is increasing and it’s decreasing within the Republican Party?  And that this data is about 10 years old?  Also, I used the most recent General Social Survey data available for a regression analysis, and the findings showed that as education increased, the individuals became more liberal, so there’s that.

elitepact:

Super surprising

So this was obviously posted by a conservative, but does anyone else notice that the percent of college graduates within the Democratic Party is increasing and it’s decreasing within the Republican Party? And that this data is about 10 years old? Also, I used the most recent General Social Survey data available for a regression analysis, and the findings showed that as education increased, the individuals became more liberal, so there’s that.

(Source: creepyhitler, via freeoldglory)

— 10 months ago with 22 notes
#conservatives  #so silly sometimes  #regression analysis  #statistics  #education  #republicans  #democrats 
liberalsarecool:


Republican death spiral.

Yet people still support them, smh.

liberalsarecool:

Republican death spiral.

Yet people still support them, smh.

— 11 months ago with 140 notes
#republicans  #what the actual fuck? 
randomness-from-thisoldguy:

Chris Britt
The Repuglicans, always looking backwards…

randomness-from-thisoldguy:

Chris Britt

The Repuglicans, always looking backwards…

(via political-cartoons)

— 12 months ago with 241 notes
#republicans  #political cartoon 
"I may be a Republican. I’m not an idiot."
 Lancaster, California Mayor Rex Parris (R), quoted by the New York Times, when asked if global warming was a threat. (via liberalsarecool)

(via stfuconservatives)

— 1 year ago with 498 notes
#global warming  #republicans  #rex parris 
liberalsarecool:


“I don’t think there’s any Bush baggage at all,” Jeb Bush 

George W. Bush is in a political witness protection plan, his name never mentioned by Republicans, never invited to the RNC. Wake up, Jeb. Your brother destroyed the country, not just your name.

liberalsarecool:

“I don’t think there’s any Bush baggage at all,” Jeb Bush

George W. Bush is in a political witness protection plan, his name never mentioned by Republicans, never invited to the RNC. Wake up, Jeb. Your brother destroyed the country, not just your name.

— 1 year ago with 141 notes
#bahahaha  #bush  #George W. Bush  #Republicans  #GOP 
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After a recent Romney rally, a woman in the crowd said this to a radio news reporter: “I will not help those people.” She was referring to “welfare” recipients, who, according to Mr. Romney, would no longer be required to work or to look for work to qualify for these public benefits. She uttered the words “those people” with the absolute certainty that she or anyone she cares about would never be one of them. As a social scientist who studies issues directly related to race, I know that in the context of implicit racial bias, she is most likely referring to African Americans, the “racialized other” in her mind, and this is precisely what Mr. Romney and his tea party cohorts want her to do.

Every reputable fact checker, including the New York Times, has said that Romney’s campaign ad about the President’s welfare reform is either grossly distorted or an out-and-out lie. And yet, just yesterday, this ad was aired four times within sixty minutes on one of my local television stations. Romney and his people are keenly aware of the racialized mythology about who gets welfare and why (most welfare recipients are not Black). Heightened reaction to this myth channels cognition away from more fundamental issues like who will pay for tax breaks for the wealthy or who rode shotgun over the bankers who are responsible for the subprime lending crisis or who is sending American jobs overseas to increase profit, shareholder dividends and executive bonuses.

Did Romney play the race card? Yes he did, and he is likely to do it again and again as the election approaches.

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Todd Rudd, “Did Romney Play The Race Card?,” Race-Talk 8/24/12 (via racialicious)

(via stfuconservatives)

— 1 year ago with 1384 notes
#romney  #racism  #republicans 
bubonickitten:

Oh wow. Someone finally admitted it: The GOP is a party of white people who don’t want to acknowledge or give up their white privilege.
And they don’t care about any marginalized people. They’re not even good at pretending they do.

bubonickitten:

Oh wow. Someone finally admitted it: The GOP is a party of white people who don’t want to acknowledge or give up their white privilege.

And they don’t care about any marginalized people. They’re not even good at pretending they do.

(via stfuconservatives)

— 1 year ago with 2428 notes
#republicans