fighting tooth and nail against universal health care, women’s rights, immigration reform and LGBTQ rights,
protecting rapists of Native women,
demanding severe cuts to Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare,
categorically denying science (particularly in the case of global warming, our planet’s most extreme and comprehensive problem),
demanding that the rich pay less in taxes at any cost to the poor, the elderly, the economy, or middle class families,
supporting the deregulation of wall street,
causing the 2008 economic crash,
starting two wars for no reason and not paying for them,
providing a safe haven for racists and sexists from the voting booth to the White House,
refusing to support tax breaks for companies creating jobs in the U.S.,
forcing raped women to carry the seed of their rapists,
trying to do away with planned parenthood,
trying to get evolution education and sex education banned from schools,
lying to voters in every election,
threatening to default on U.S. loans for the first time in history in 2011, damaging the economy and international faith in our nation,
fucking up this fiscal cliff deal with historic levels of awfulness,
holding up Ronald Reagan, a man who ignored the Aids crisis for 8 years, and was responsible for the murder of thousands of innocents in Central and South America, as an idol,
tanking the Veterans Jobs Bill,
holding the economy hostage every six months for the past 4 years,
FIERCELY OPPOSING ANY AND ALL GUN CONTROL LAWS,
and committing voter fraud while suppressing the vote of minorities and youths in the 2012 election, among a host of other absolutely horrible things,
it has become clear to me that every facet of Right Wing ideology and practice is irrevocably flawed, and, given the damage it has done to our country in the last ten years alone, the party itself must be dissolved, and it’s members “serving” the public as of now must be disavowed by the American electorate if we are to have any hope of functioning properly as a country.
At this point, the notion that there is a single American citizen not deeply ashamed to call themselves Republican is beyond my comprehension. In any case, I will never apply that name to myself, and I am hopeful that one day we will live in a country where that word represents the horror and disgust it has instilled in me to the vast majority of American citizens.
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A Republican official in Texas called for his state to separate from the United States and the “maggots” who reelected President Barack Obama in a newsletter he sent out this week.
Peter Morrison, who serves as treasurer of the Hardin County Republican Party, wrote in his post-election newsletter that there was a clear solution to the problem of Obama’s re-election.
“We must contest every single inch of ground and delay the baby-murdering, tax-raising socialists at every opportunity,” Morrison wrote. “But in due time, the maggots will have eaten every morsel of flesh off of the rotting corpse of the Republic, and therein lies our opportunity.”
“Texas was once its own country, and many Texans already think in nationalist terms about their state. We need to do everything possible to encourage a long-term shift in thinking on this issue. Why should Vermont and Texas live under the same government? Let each go her own way in peace, sign a free trade agreement among the states and we can avoid this gut-wrenching spectacle every four years,” he wrote.
You know, good for fucking you. You and your wife, who are presumably happily married, went to the doctor together to get a sonogram of your first child and it looked like a bean. So that means abortion = bad.
Fuck you. What about the 16 year old girl who goes to the…
Paul Ryan likened a mechanism to control health care spending to “death panels,” during a town hall at the University of Central Florida in Orlando on Saturday.
After listening to Ryan repeatedly call for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, an elderly man asked the Republican vice presidential nominee about “the death panels.” Rather than dissuading the man from what PolitiFact named 2009′s Lie of the Year, Ryan laughed and responded, “that’s not the word I’d choose to use to describe it. It’s actually called….the Independent Payment Advisory Board”:
QUESTION: We love you Paul. But I’m getting long in years. Will you address the death panels that we’re going to have?
RYAN: The death panels, well! That’s not the word I’d choose to use to describe it. It’s actually called. It’s actually called, so in Medicare, what I refer to as this board of 15 bureaucrats. It’s called the Independent Payment Advisory Board. It sounds fairly innocuous.
The Board, or IPAB — a provision included in the Affordable Care Act — is tasked with making binding recommendations to Congress for lowering health care spending, should Medicare costs exceed a target growth rate. Congress can accept the savings proposal or implement its own ideas through a super majority.