Tumblr is a scary place guys I started out just reblogging fandom stuff and now I’m a feminist and educating my republican family members about ferguson
hmm, yoga is kind of girly #nohomo
let’s rename it so it sounds manlier and make it just for the bros
for the bros only
It’s crazy how some feminists get mad when men take something stereotypically feminine and turn it into a new branch to incite more men to do it. Like good for them, they’re helping men stay healthy, what’s the problem with that?
listen here sweetie
Yoga was never, and will never be stereotypically feminine.
If the word “yoga” threatens your masculinity, then you must be a Republican.
WTF? Wait, is this really a thing?
They make a big deal out of nothing hoping you don’t notice they are selling your kids’ future out.
repubkins so scare wow
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Tired of waiting for the State of Ohio to return my calls I just contacted the Anti Defamation League myself through email about my anti-semetic attack. I have tried for almost 2 weeks to get my calls returned and find the status of my assailants, no answer, no nothing. I hate bureaucrats thinking they can be unaccountable to the tax payer.
A Libertarian complaining that the government isn’t doing enough for him.
The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.
George Orwell (via moralanarchism)
Like by creating a myth that Ronald Reagan ended Communism. Like that.
“Republican budget boy Paul Ryan just keeps trying to pretend that Ayn Rand is not one of the most important influences on his economic views. Ryan recently came up with a list of his six favorite books about economics and democracy, and, Jonathan Chait points out:
More interesting—and revealing of the direction Ryan is headed—are the final two books Ryan does name: The Way the World Works by Jude Wanniski and Wealth and Poverty by George Gilder. I have read both. Wealth and Poverty is a weird, rambly, mostly unoriginal recitation of free-market homilies whose influence largely derives from the fact that it came out just as Ronald Reagan swept to power and was thus seen as an intellectual manifesto for the new Republican Party. The Way the World Works is a novel argument that the entire history of the world can be explained by changes of tax rates. The fall of the Roman Empire, the rise of the Nazis — Wanniski attempts to explain it all as a result of taxes. It is a work of genuine derangement on the same intellectual level as the sorts of unpublishable hand-scrawled diatribes that I used to scan through when I sorted the mail as a magazine intern.”
When do we get to say that the conservative mind is in free fall?
John Boehner, the highest ranking Republican, is from a gerrymandered safe district in Ohio.
Gerrymandering is the core of the GOP strategy.
"Both sides do it" is the weakest comment you can make while we are in a present-time gerrymandered House.
"Both sides do it" is Republican mayonnaise: it has no substance, holds their arguments together and smears the other side.
Yes, texasmonthly, we can confirm that Red State’s index includes an entry for “Travolta, John.”
That guy’s considered such an expert on undercover journalism that he wrote a book about it that almost instantaneously became a New York Times best-seller.
#4. James O’Keefe
James O’Keefe has been called a right-wing Michael Moore, which means he is a documentarian who carefully edits his footage to make his subjects look like total dickheads to serve his own political agenda. … As we’ve previously discussed, O’Keefe’s most famous antic — the one that allegedly discovered evidence of ACORN employees advising people how to disguise the source of any illegal income — was proved to be categorically false, and he was forced to pay out $100,000 for slander (ACORN still got shut down, though). His other famous expose, in which he revealed how the head of fundraising for NPR was in favor of pushing an agenda of worldwide sharia law so long as it resulted in donation dollars, also turned out to be a steaming butt biscuit (O’Keefe had edited NPR’s Ron Schiller quoting various politicians in such a way as to make it seem like Schiller was reciting his own personal views — imagine someone deleting the phrase “According to Adolf Hitler” from the beginning of a sentence and you get the idea).
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