13 Scariest Things Michele Bachmann Would Do If She Were President

13 Scariest Things Michele Bachmann Would Do If She Were President

Today is Halloween, the most frightening and creepy day of the year. So in honor of Halloween, here are the 13 scariest things that Michele Bachmann would do if she became President, which itself is a horrifying nightmare.

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Rick Perry Simply Doesn’t Have the Balls

Tough with a gun, scared of debates

So now Perry has mysteriously developed some political doubts about the relevance of the debates as a whole in regards to the political well-being of the candidate, as he told Fox’s Bill O’Reilly that agreeing to participate in the debates at all was probably a mistake. Again, in a true anti-Texas fashion of manning up, Perry blames the inner-workings of the debate forum instead of putting the blame where it squarely belongs, which is on his rickety debate performances with him as the sole skipper.

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The Showdown Over The Drawdown

The Showdown Over The Drawdown

During a recent interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace, Senator Lindsey Graham took some time out of his precious schedule to criticize the Obama administration over the proposed 2011 December 31st ending of the Iraq War.

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Americans associate Rick Perry with “Texas”, “Idiot” and “No”

Americans associate Rick Perry with “Texas”, “Idiot” and “No”

WaPo recently conducted a poll in which a number of Americans were presented with a very simple question regarding the 2012 Republican Presidential candidates, which turned out to be quite funny. More than a thousand adults were asked to simply name one word that immediately came to mind regarding some […]

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The Political Gloves Were Off as the Republicans Squared Off

The Political Gloves Were Off as the Republicans Squared Off

After watching what Newt Gingrich described to CNN’s Anderson Cooper as a forum setup to promote a lot of back and forth bickering between a couple of key candidates, my feelings fall right in line with Gingrich, because this entire Republican Western Debate in Las Vegas, Nevada was a tableau of back and forth bickering at its best.

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A Phone Interview With OWS Sensation Jesse Lagreca

A Phone Interview With OWS Sensation Jesse Lagreca

It seems like ages ago when I posted a piece regarding the Occupy Wall Street protestor who not only handed Fox News its ass on a silver platter, but had them scratching their heads as they remained puzzled about whether they should ask for seconds.

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The Electric Tea Bag Fascist Test

The Electric Tea Bag Fascist Test

Which group of Americans promotes ideological cronyism within the judicial system, conservatives or liberals?

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Romney Calls Occupy Wall Street ‘Dangerous’ And ‘Class Warfare’

Romney Calls Occupy Wall Street ‘Dangerous’ And ‘Class Warfare’

Mitt Romney strongly believes that ‘Corporations are people,’ and if the plethora of protestors gathering en masse in Liberty Plaza to rally against these corporations, logic can only dictate that the protestors have no compassion for people, right? Getting back to reality, corporations most certainly aren’t people.

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Jon Stewart Shows Us An Entire Racist Landscape

Jon Stewart Shows Us An Entire Racist Landscape

Rick Perry is arguably in a lot of political trouble over the name of a camp, and with good reason, any use of the ‘n’ word is an unnecessary and offensive relic of an ugly past. Is this sort of racial insensitivity unique to Texas or even the South?

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Hank Williams Jr. Watches Hitler Play Golf

Hank Williams Jr. Watches Hitler Play Golf

This is a spoof of Hank Williams Jr.’s comparison of President Obama to Adolf Hitler.

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Can a Democratic Leopard Change Its Spots to Republican?

Can a Democratic Leopard Change Its Spots to Republican?

Arguably, the most striking aspect of Gov. Rick Perry is the vast amount of Texas, political machismo that oozes from his GOP/Tea Party pores. He soared into the race for GOP nominee and continued to soar as he perched himself at the top of the pile; doing it so effortlessly that he almost made it look automatic. But as we all know from our sorted, political history, the past has an uncanny, gravitational way of pulling things back down to earth.

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Chris Christie: The Man Who Sits Across from Skinny

Chris Christie: The Man Who Sits Across from Skinny

Who would have thought that Gov. Chris Christie’s weight would become an issue if he decided to run for president? Apparently, that aspect of politics must seem unimaginable to some, but it seems quite in line with the usual ‘running of the bulls’ that is to be expected within the realm of American politics, and the media scrutiny that it endures on a regular basis.

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The Yes Men Appear At The Wall Street Occupation And Lend Their Support

The Yes Men Appear At The Wall Street Occupation And Lend Their Support

The occupation of Wall Street is in its 11th day, and the number of protesters demanding changes to U.S. social and economic policies they say unfairly favor the rich is rapidly growing. It’s still too early to say whether the protracted protest will do anything short of creating more freedom pens and boosting pepper spray stock futures, but protestors appear to be indefatigable in the face of tribulation.

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Who Or What Will The Tea Party Audience Boo During The Next GOP Debate?

Who Or What Will The Tea Party Audience Boo During The Next GOP Debate?

During the GOP Debate in Florida, the Tea Party audience booed a gay soldier. So who or what could they boo in the next one?

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Mitt Romney: Too Much for Rick Perry, Concerning to President Obama?

Mitt Romney: Too Much for Rick Perry, Concerning to President Obama?

Arguably, the most intriguing aspect of this entire debate was the ability of the candidates to morph this GOP nomination debate into a political referendum on Rick Perry, and Mitt Romney was the most vocal in doing that.

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Mitt Romney Says He’s ‘One Of The Middle-Class’ At Townhall

Mitt Romney Says He’s ‘One Of The Middle-Class’ At Townhall

Romney pulled his best Bill Clinton impression earlier Wednesday when he told a group of people at a town hall in Miami that he ‘feels their pain’. What’s more, he ‘identifies’ with the millions of ordinary americans struggling to get by.

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Drill Brother Drill: Sarah Palin’s Chocolate Rice

Drill Brother Drill: Sarah Palin’s Chocolate Rice

Sarah Palin always seems to find a way to shock the public, but this time it might come back to bite her squarely in her Alaskan backside. According to reports, conservative Sarah had a one-night stand with former NBA player Glen Rice when he was a college player for the Michigan Wolverines, and she was a sports reporter.

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Bill O’Reilly- Tide Goes Out

Bill O’Reilly- Tide Goes Out

Some history and information on Bill O’Reilly, the host of Fox News’ most watched show; The O’Reilly Factor.

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Santorum Gets Huffy About His Google Problem’

Santorum Gets Huffy About His Google Problem’

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has finally caught on to what the rest of the wired universe has being snickering about for years: the secret meaning of his last name.

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Americans Trust Obama On Economy More Than The Republican Congress

Americans Trust Obama On Economy More Than The Republican Congress

Despite recent sluggish poll numbers and a public not quite sold on the American Jobs Act, the very thing on which President Obama appears to be mortgaging his re-election, a new CNN/ORC International poll shows that more Americans trust him on economic matters than they do Republicans in Congress.

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