” I told you to name one…..”
Penguins vs. Rope
Christopher Walken Dancing in Movies
So that’s why they stopped using human beings as motorcycle brakes.
‘Sen. Sanders said’ :
“You have folks out there now who have virtually no income coming in. They have families. They have kids. How are they going to eat? We have veterans out there trying to get into the food stamp program”.
“To me, what you’re looking at is an ugly kind of class warfare where the people on top want more and more and more, and they’re pushing down in an incredibly terrible way the most vulnerable people in our country.”
“These are the same people who want to eliminate the estate tax, which applies to only the top three tenths of one percent of all Americans, which is the richest of the rich, then they are going after kids”.
“The politics of this, Al, is what they are trying to do is deflect attention away from income and wealth inequality”.
“Attention away from the fact that the rich are doing extraordinarily well”,
Had enough yet?
‘A bill advancing in Kansas would mandate reporting for miscarriages at any stage in pregnancy, the first step along the path to criminalizing pregnant women’s bodies. Under an amendment attached to HB 2613 — which was originally intended to update the state’s procedure for issuing birth certificates for stillborn babies — doctors would be required to report all of their patients’ miscarriages to the state health department’.
‘HB 2613 initially sought to provide an alternative to the state’s current stillbirth certificate, which some parents believe over-emphasizes their child’s death in an emotionally painful way’.
‘Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook (R), one of the most ardent abortion opponents in Kansas, added the miscarriage reporting requirement last week’.
From : http://thinkprogress.org/health/2014/03/24/3418085/kansas-miscarriage-reporting/
Birth control and women’s health.
Social Safety nets.
And the Republican obstruction against these issues.
THAT’S what Democrats run on.
Republicans FOR business enacting the ‘conscience clause’ and AGAINST people needing health care.
Republicans FOR cutting social safety net programs and FOR cutting taxes to the wealthy and corporations.
Republicans AGAINST raising the minimum wage because ‘it will hurt business’.
What About The People?
‘The poll, commissioned by Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Women’s Law Center, surveyed women between the ages of 18 and 55 ahead of the Supreme Court case Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby’.
‘84% of women agreed with the statement that the decision to use birth control “should be a woman’s personal decision, and her boss should not be able to interfere with it.”
‘But 68 percent of the female voters who would be affected by the Supreme Court’s decision disagree with Hobby Lobby’.
‘81% of women polled said businesses should not be able to refuse service to gays and lesbians, and the same number said pharmacies should not be allowed to refuse to fill prescriptions for birth control on religious grounds’.
‘Women of all demographics overwhelmingly support the provision of the Affordable Care Act requiring employers to cover contraception and other preventive health services for women’,
‘Including 92 percent of Democrats’,
’83 percent of independents’,
’63 percent of Republicans’
‘And 79 percent of Catholics’.
From : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/24/hobby-lobby-poll_n_5022238.html?utm_hp_ref=politics
While the rest of the World teaches it’s children actual science, here in the US, Christians demand we teach Creationism.
‘Taxpayers are helping to pay for courses and textbooks that encourage students to mistrust science, mathematics, and the secular world itself – and those efforts seem likely to expand into other states’.
‘Not all religious schools teach creationism, but science education activists have identified 300 such schools that also receive public subsidies’.
‘Currently, taxpayers in 14 states funnel nearly $1 billion in private school tuition through voucher programs, paying those schools to teach children that Adam and Eve lived alongside dinosaurs less than 10,000 years ago in the Garden of Eden’.
‘Textbooks popular in Christian schools describe evolution as “a wicked and vain philosophy,” while students practice vocabulary lessons that claim “many scientists today are creationists.”
“Our understanding is not complete until we filter it through God’s Word,” one school assures parents’.
From : http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/03/24/report-1-billion-in-taxpayer-money-went-to-anti-science-private-schools-last-year/
‘It was Good Friday on March 24, 1989, when 11 million gallons of crude spilled into Alaska’s Prince William Sound from an Exxon Valdez tanker’.
‘After colliding with a reef, the tanker seeped thick, toxic sludge into the water, where waves and currents globbed it over 1,300 miles of shoreline’.
‘It has been 25 years since that tragedy, and though the oil has largely disappeared from immediate sight, effects from Exxon Valdez linger’.
‘The government is still fighting in court for more compensation from the company that scarred a coastal ecosystem. Beaches are still drenched in subsurface oil, and mussels still hold traces of it in their shells’.
‘An industry — fishing — has still not recovered. Lives lost, human and animal alike, have not been returned’.
‘Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn wasted little time likening his Republican rival Bruce Rauner to one of pop culture’s most infamous rich guys: C. Montgomery Burns of “The Simpsons.”
‘The Quinn campaign put a new web ad up making the unflattering comparison as the governor continues a class warfare theme against his general election foe’.
‘Quinn argues Rauner’s wealth leaves him out of touch with everyday people’.
‘The ad features snippets of Burns, the evil owner of Springfield’s nuclear power plant in the long-running animated series’.
“Do you want someone like Mr. Burns representing you in Springfield?” the narrator asks.
‘Per a report in The New York Times on Monday, a legal team hired directly by Chris Christie’s office performed a review of the George Washington Bridge scandal and found the New Jersey Governor completely innocent of any wrongdoing’.
‘The review of the scandal was conducted by Randy M. Mastro, who just so happened to serve as New York City’s deputy mayor under Rudy Giuliani’.
‘Giuliani has been one of the embattled Christie’s biggest supporters and cheerleaders throughout the fallout of his many controversies these past few months’.
‘Mastro’s law firm was paid $1 million in legal fees to conduct the audit. While they pointed out that they had unlimited access to files and phones records, and that they were able to conduct at least 70 interviews with various people in the Governor’s office and administration’.