Politics

trump-racismWhat if Republican Presidential front-runner Donald Trump actually researched the KKK and racism in order to be informed about the topic? Research? Informed? Trump? Ha! Of course this is complete fantasy.

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Here’s what happens when you put Donald Trump and political rally in the same sentence…

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According to FoxType that’s the polite way to express the Presidential candidate’s level of intelligence.

dumb-donald

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I know using Sesame Street to teach a lesson to Republicans is like trying to use Turkish to order in a Mexican restaurant, but here’s a lesson the rest of us (who weren’t raised to want to murder Big Bird in his sleep) learned as children. One of these is a compromise. One of these is not. Your lesson today was brought to you by the letters O, B, A, M, C, R, E, and the support of viewers like you.

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Not sure this exactly qualifies as “breaking news” (as it seems to happen in Washington D.C. every day of the week), but the short video still worth a look for fans of The Onion.

Authorities On Alert As Hundreds Of Crazed Sociopaths Enter Congressional Chambers

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“Last night was a very, very big night.” Watch.

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With President Barack Obama reelected and back in office for another four years, The Onion takes a look at the early front runner for the Republican nominee for the Presidential race of 2016: a Shrieking White-Hot Sphere Of Pure Rage.

Well, it certainly has more charisma an innate humanity than either Mitt Romney or Paul Ryan.

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Yeah, this is a problem:

Make sure you double-check your ballot as some machines seem to be programmed to cast a vote for Mitt Romney no matter who you vote for. I’m not saying Republicans are trying to rig the election, but unless the machines have become sentient and are hoping force into office the first robotic President of the United States, Mitt Romney, then something is amiss.

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Joss Whedon takes a couple minutes to tell you why Mitt Romney is the right candidate for those wanting to hasten the Zombie Apocalypse.

Whedon On Romney

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While covering U.S. Senate hopeful Richard Mourdock‘s recent comment about pregnancy resulting from rape being God’s will, Stephen Colbert takes a look back at the Republican Party’s view of rape throughout this election season.

Richard Mourdock’s Rape Comment

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