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Ahahahaha WHELP
TIME TO BUY COFFEES AT STARBUCKS ERRYDAY NOW

at least half? but. i thought most of the people who go to starbucks were super liberal hipsters. 

BUY ALL THE STARBUCKS

Time to make use of my starbucks gift card!

I don’t even like high ass starbucks. But I think its time I think it may be time

WOW
I’ve been wanting to go to Starbucks cause I never exactly been there.
AND NOW I HAVE MORE REASONS WHY I WANNA GO.

i dont even like coffee at all but i’m sure there are other things i could get there

That’s exactly my reason.

And now I really wanna go to starbucks!

MAN I could really go for a chai right now

I like those frappiccino or whatever those are.

You can also sign this thanking them for standing up for LGBT rights.  It currently has over 10x as many signatures as the boycott.

starbucks coffee is really not my thing but hmmmm
(ps I like how discrimination is a-okay but “offending” some people by not discriminating is some sort of outrage)

TIME TO BUY MORE STARBUCKS.

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Ahahahaha WHELP

TIME TO BUY COFFEES AT STARBUCKS ERRYDAY NOW

at least half? but. i thought most of the people who go to starbucks were super liberal hipsters. 

BUY ALL THE STARBUCKS

Time to make use of my starbucks gift card!

I don’t even like high ass starbucks. But I think its time I think it may be time

WOW

I’ve been wanting to go to Starbucks cause I never exactly been there.

AND NOW I HAVE MORE REASONS WHY I WANNA GO.

i dont even like coffee at all but i’m sure there are other things i could get there

That’s exactly my reason.

And now I really wanna go to starbucks!

MAN I could really go for a chai right now

I like those frappiccino or whatever those are.

You can also sign this thanking them for standing up for LGBT rights.  It currently has over 10x as many signatures as the boycott.

starbucks coffee is really not my thing but hmmmm

(ps I like how discrimination is a-okay but “offending” some people by not discriminating is some sort of outrage)

TIME TO BUY MORE STARBUCKS.

Canada Is About To Pass Sopa’s Evil Little Brother. Politely.

bonedust:

livelaughawesome:

“I’m a Canadian.

We’re a quiet bunch; prone to enjoying hockey, drinking stronger beer than our friends south of the border, and lovers of fries smothered in cheese curds and gravy.

We also, apparently, have an inferiority complex when it comes to being evil dirt bags, because we’ve decided to pass our very own version of SOPA up here.

Only better*

Meet Bill-C11. Formerly Bill C-32. (I think they thought if they made the number lower people would care less about it?)

{…}

But, as innocuous as it sounds, C-11 does a whole lot that SOPA did with a few extra twists you might not find in the Wikipedia write-up.

Like your PVR? You can’t keep it under C-11.

Like ripping CDs to your iPod? Say bye-bye.

Hey, do you want to be able to unlock your $500 smartphone and take it to a provider less dedicated to violating your wallet? That won’t be allowed either.

Did you get accused of internet piracy but no evidence has been presented and a trial date hasn’t even been set? Under C-11 your ISP will now be forced to terminate your internet access.

And people say that governments can’t be bought.

{…}

There are only 14 days left people. Get active.”

Send a letter to your Member of Parliament now. The letters are prewritten, you just need to click send.

http://www.ccer.ca/letter-wizard-enter/

Come on non-Canadian people, please signal boost this for your Canadian friends.

help us polite canucks please :)

Canada is capable of evil!?

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cognitivedissonance:

cognitivedissonance:

This flyer is from when Mitt Romney was running for governor of Massachusetts in 2002. It states, “All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual preference” and wishes folks a great pride weekend.
As governor, he backed that statement up. From Joe Sudbay at AMERICA blog:

While running for governor in 2002, Romney and his running mate, Kerry Healey, distributed pink fliers at a Gay Pride parade, declaring “Mitt and Kerry wish you a great Pride weekend.” He backed domestic partner benefits for public employees, winning the endorsement of the national Log Cabin Republicans. In his inaugural speech, he promised to defend civil rights “regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or race.”
As governor, he appointed openly gay and lesbian people to high-profile administration positions. He doubled the budget line item for the Governor’s Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth, until he tried to disband it last May — more political theater for the Republican right.

And now? Well, he’s changed his mind. The gays are no longer A-OK for Romney:

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has joined Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann and former Sen. Pennsylvania Rick Santorum in signing a pledge to oppose same-sex marriage on a number of specific fronts.
The three candidates signed the pledge advanced by the National Organization for Marriage, which has led national and state campaigns to limit marriage to a man and a woman. The signature of the front-runner, Romney, is a bit of a coup for the group, as he’s been careful about committing to other pledges, including a broad promise to a socially conservative Iowa group that caused trouble for other candidates.
Romney, Bachmann and Santorum signed on to support a federal constitutional amendment defining marriage, to appoint federal judges who don’t see a constitutional right to same-sex marriage and to back the Defense of Marriage Act.
They’ve also pledged to support a referendum on marriage in Washington and to establish a “presidential commission on religious liberty” aimed at protecting the rights of marriage foes to speak out.

Here’s the pledge, with Romney’s signature. 

Civil rights for all Americans just aren’t politically expedient for today’s GOP. However, Romney has never been a huge supporter of marriage equality - only civil unions, and reluctantly so. From a (rather internally contradictory) 2004 press release:

Same sex marriage doesn’t hurt my marriage, or yours. But it may affect the development of children and thereby future society as a whole. Until we understand the implications for human development of a different definition of marriage, I believe we should preserve that which has endured over thousands of years.
Preserving the definition of marriage should not infringe on the right of individuals to live in the manner of their choosing… There is an unshakeable majority of opinion in this country that we should cherish and protect individual rights with tolerance and understanding.
But there is a difference between individual rights and marriage. An individual has rights, but a man and a woman together have a marriage. We should not deconstruct marriage simply to make a statement about the rights of individual adults. Forcing marriage to mean all things, will ultimately define marriage to mean nothing at all.
Some have asked why so much importance is attached to the word “marriage.” It is because changing the definition of marriage to include same sex unions will lead to further far-reaching changes that also would influence the development of our children. For example, school textbooks and classroom instruction may be required to assert absolute societal indifference between traditional marriage and same sex practice. It is inconceivable that promoting absolute indifference between heterosexual and homosexual unions would not significantly effect child development, family dynamics, and societal structures.
Among the structures that would be affected would be religious and certain charitable institutions. Those with scriptural or other immutable founding principles will be castigated. Ultimately, some may founder… Society can ill afford further erosion of charitable and virtuous institutions. For these reasons, I join with those who support a federal constitutional amendment.

Romney saw civil unions as the compromise of protecting marriage and individual rights; however, his latest signing of this pledge indicates his complete shift to the far right on this issue, and is nothing more than political pandering by a floundering candidate.

Bringing this back because of Romney’s waffling on same-sex marriage yet again… Click here to view full coverage of this and other issues from the debates last night and this morning.

cognitivedissonance:

cognitivedissonance:

This flyer is from when Mitt Romney was running for governor of Massachusetts in 2002. It states, “All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual preference” and wishes folks a great pride weekend.

As governor, he backed that statement up. From Joe Sudbay at AMERICA blog:

While running for governor in 2002, Romney and his running mate, Kerry Healey, distributed pink fliers at a Gay Pride parade, declaring “Mitt and Kerry wish you a great Pride weekend.” He backed domestic partner benefits for public employees, winning the endorsement of the national Log Cabin Republicans. In his inaugural speech, he promised to defend civil rights “regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or race.”

As governor, he appointed openly gay and lesbian people to high-profile administration positions. He doubled the budget line item for the Governor’s Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth, until he tried to disband it last May — more political theater for the Republican right.

And now? Well, he’s changed his mind. The gays are no longer A-OK for Romney:

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has joined Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann and former Sen. Pennsylvania Rick Santorum in signing a pledge to oppose same-sex marriage on a number of specific fronts.

The three candidates signed the pledge advanced by the National Organization for Marriage, which has led national and state campaigns to limit marriage to a man and a woman. The signature of the front-runner, Romney, is a bit of a coup for the group, as he’s been careful about committing to other pledges, including a broad promise to a socially conservative Iowa group that caused trouble for other candidates.

Romney, Bachmann and Santorum signed on to support a federal constitutional amendment defining marriage, to appoint federal judges who don’t see a constitutional right to same-sex marriage and to back the Defense of Marriage Act.

They’ve also pledged to support a referendum on marriage in Washington and to establish a “presidential commission on religious liberty” aimed at protecting the rights of marriage foes to speak out.

Here’s the pledge, with Romney’s signature. 

Civil rights for all Americans just aren’t politically expedient for today’s GOP. However, Romney has never been a huge supporter of marriage equality - only civil unions, and reluctantly so. From a (rather internally contradictory) 2004 press release:

Same sex marriage doesn’t hurt my marriage, or yours. But it may affect the development of children and thereby future society as a whole. Until we understand the implications for human development of a different definition of marriage, I believe we should preserve that which has endured over thousands of years.

Preserving the definition of marriage should not infringe on the right of individuals to live in the manner of their choosing… There is an unshakeable majority of opinion in this country that we should cherish and protect individual rights with tolerance and understanding.

But there is a difference between individual rights and marriage. An individual has rights, but a man and a woman together have a marriage. We should not deconstruct marriage simply to make a statement about the rights of individual adults. Forcing marriage to mean all things, will ultimately define marriage to mean nothing at all.

Some have asked why so much importance is attached to the word “marriage.” It is because changing the definition of marriage to include same sex unions will lead to further far-reaching changes that also would influence the development of our children. For example, school textbooks and classroom instruction may be required to assert absolute societal indifference between traditional marriage and same sex practice. It is inconceivable that promoting absolute indifference between heterosexual and homosexual unions would not significantly effect child development, family dynamics, and societal structures.

Among the structures that would be affected would be religious and certain charitable institutions. Those with scriptural or other immutable founding principles will be castigated. Ultimately, some may founder… Society can ill afford further erosion of charitable and virtuous institutions. For these reasons, I join with those who support a federal constitutional amendment.

Romney saw civil unions as the compromise of protecting marriage and individual rights; however, his latest signing of this pledge indicates his complete shift to the far right on this issue, and is nothing more than political pandering by a floundering candidate.

Bringing this back because of Romney’s waffling on same-sex marriage yet again… Click here to view full coverage of this and other issues from the debates last night and this morning.

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You guys…

cognitivedissonance:

If you’re bored, tune into the Bill O’Reilly re-run tonight on Fox News. He quizzed Rick Santorum on his social issues controversies, saying, “I’m like the ghost of Christmas present, telling you what’s going on, Rick.” He called his positions on same-sex marriage and contraception “extremist” - really.

He had Rick on the “I’m not a racist” ropes right now. Rick Santorum was squirming, claiming he did all kinds of work for black colleges.

This is fantastic.

brb, gonna watch Bill O’Reilly

Ron Paul Supporter Drinking Game!

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droppingthefbomb:

  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter uses states rights as an excuse for any oppressive policy, take a shot.
  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter uses youtube as a source, take a shot.
  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter rambles about the gold standard, take a shot.
  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter accuses you of being one of the following, without actually being able to explain what the term actually means: A socialist, a statist, a communist, an authoritarian, a collectivist. Take a shot.
  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter tells you they are against the drug war, take a shot
  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter claims the free market will remove all forms of privilege, take a shot.

Me this week:

lightning round:

  • every time a ron paul supporter tells you that no one is using a truly free market as an excuse for why healthcare has failed in america, take a shot.
  • every time a ron paul supporter assumes you support the democratic party or obama’s policies blindly, take a shot.
  • every time a ron paul supporter refers to ron paul as ‘dr. paul’ take a shot.
  • every time a ron paul supporter says ‘free markets are the best markets,’ take a shot.
  • every time a ron paul supporter excuses ron paul’s racist or homophobic remarks, take a shot.
  • every time a ron paul supporter compares universal healthcare to slavery or coercion, take 5 shots, drop the mic and get outta that bitch.
  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter says IT’S ABOUT THE ISSUES, WHATEVER YOU’RE SAYING DOESN’T MATTER, take a shot.
  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter says, “Hes not a racist. Hes just against affirmative action. Which….kinda IS racist ANYWAY….”, take a shot.
  • Every time a Ron Paul supporter says, “Hes totally not racist…OBAMA IS,” take a shot.

Then get thee to a hospital, you have alcohol poisoning. 

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Please take some time to watch this! STOP SOPA! >:(

REBLOG AND SPREAD THE MESSAGE! 

Am afraid one day Tumblr will be gone just like YouTube and other sites. (TAT;)

Worth watching. It’s startling to realize how many people supporting the SOPA bill is behind the software that allowed people to download copyright information. Don’t ignore this even if you’re not in the US, this is important for other countries too. Seriously, watch the video.

Hey guys, watch this video because I didn’t know this before and if I didn’t know this before, I can bet other people didn’t either.

Very interesting.

what in the world.

why is the entertainment industry stupid

This very, very, very important and you should all watch, and reblog, and inform everyone about this, please, this is not just about the US, but the whole world too.

A long watch, but holy shit

This needs to be shared.

yep I watched it 

very informative

Reblogging again

but CNET didn’t force you to download the Limewire on their websi- OH WAIT.

but CNET, let’s say, by a huge stretch of imagination, didn’t know about the software that was uploaded or what the software was used for, they can’t be held responsi- OH WAIT.

hold on, why would they host filesharing software for years and years, making it easily available to the layman, and then suddenly go nuts suing people for using it costing them thousands if not millions of dollars… doesn’t this sound disturbingly familiar? Like, housing market foreclosure/debt defaulting banks familiar?

put on your tinfoil hats, folks: all this shit was about making a fuck ton of money off of american people by playing off their ignorance, with the added perk of Orwellian control over the information american people can see, and share. It’s because of the internet they knew the OWS protests were going to happen and be organized eventually, and now that sharing information is so damn easy, this means that shit like Wikileaks can happen and while of course potential terrorists can exploit this, the vast majority of those who suffer from this are the american people and they don’t even know it until it’s too late and the laws have been passed, like how they did the bait-and-switch with sopa’s hearing yesterday. They care way more about these bullshit internet laws made of hear-say, than they do about easily hackable polling machines. It works, they keep doing it, the democrats are too afraid to try and do something about this because the rest of the government is bought(the first one who did got assassinated suddenly, and latest one after him got impeached suddenly), the republicans can do all the crazy, totally insane shit they want because they are totally unchecked and what the american people vote for really doesn’t matter because they have people who go around and disqualify democrat voters from voting for stupid bullshit charges- they did it for George Bush’s 2nd term election in Florida during the recount, and they are trying to gear it up again for the 2012 election as well because it worked the first time, the entirety of what controls you is so hilariously fucking bought and paid for, and the true purpose of aglets is sinister.

so that’s my stupid conspiracy theory tinfoil hat bullshit. I know all of you are rushing to unfollow me because you’re tired of this :I

*67

"I would really love to spend six months to a year in the Amazon basin, just being able to spend the day watching tree sloths."

motherjones:

—Newt Gingrich, 1995.

Warning: Above link includes a video of a sloth being carried across a road, set to R. Kelly’s “I Believe I can Fly.”

"[Y]ou don’t need to be in the pew every Sunday to know there’s something wrong in this country when gays can serve openly in the military but our kids can’t openly celebrate Christmas or pray in school."

Rick Perry, in his new campaign ad entitled “Strong

It’s not often that you get gay-baiting, hooray military, AND “War on Christmas” buffoonery in one 30 second message. That takes some kind of, uh, talent.

This quote from his ad is wrong, though. The pew on Sunday is about the only place you’ll hear about this issue. Just in case you missed it in the campaign spot, Perry helpfully puts it in a banner ad over the video:

With all the problems this country faces economically, it’s apparently the Obama administration’s war on religion that’s keeping America from being great. Okay then… Let me say this: I know of nowhere in this country where a child is preventing from praying at school. I know a child or teacher leading others in prayer, with mandatory participation, at a public school is unconstitutional. And when Perry says War on Religion, that’s code for Christianity, because I didn’t see him taking a stance against Rep. Peter King’s witch-hunt against Muslims. No one stopped Perry from holding his pray-a-thon or from issuing an official proclamation from the governor’s desk imploring Texans to pray for rain this year.

And this War on Christmas bullshit needs to stop. This message ticks me off the most in this video. I walk into Wal-Mart. Are there menorahs? No. Big, 20-foot Christmas trees in the front entrance and decorations throughout the store. Let’s keep in mind December 25th marks the only religious-based federal holiday. Just for funsies, here’s how the University of Wyoming explains Christmas to international students:

December 25, Christmas: The major holiday in this country, Christmas began as a Christian celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. It is now a widely celebrated day of feasting and gift giving. A mythical figure, Santa Claus, is said to visit the homes of sleeping children on the night of December 24 and leave gifts for them. All state and federal offices are closed.

I don’t see anything decorating the front lawn of the Albany County Courthouse other than Christmas decorations. In fact, the city pays for a synchronized light show with both secular and religious carols:

It’s not different elsewhere, either. Search the Google and you’ll find many displays similar. No one is going to come to your house from the Obama administration and take your nativity. Also, it’s still called the National Christmas tree:

Oh, and remember Obama’s 56 states gaffe? Maybe he was referencing the 56 states and territories of the U.S. Just sayin’

So in summary, there’s no War on Christmas, Obama is not waging a war on religion, gay people aren’t infiltrating the military to stop your kids from praying in school, and Rick Perry just slammed the door on his way out.

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allaboutthejeffersons:

Rick Perry’s desperate attack on gays. I’m laughing so hard because I have no idea what else to do

des·per·ate/ˈdespərit/

Adjective:
  1. Feeling, showing, or involving a hopeless sense that a situation is so bad as to be impossible to deal with.
  2. (of an act or attempt) Tried in despair or when everything else has failed; having little hope of success.

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"Really poor children, in really poor neighborhoods have no habits of working and have nobody around them who works, so they have no habit of showing up on Monday. They have no habit of staying all day, they have no habit of ‘I do this and you give me cash’ unless it is illegal."

Newt Gingrich, defending his stance that child labor laws should be repealed, on the campaign trail in Iowa.

I can’t. I just can’t.

Why is it so easy to believe every single person in poverty - millions of Americans - are completely lazy and don’t want to work, yet it’s so incomprehensible that maybe the richest 1% are just a little too greedy and are getting coddled by Congress?!

Someone answer that. Please. Use bootstrap references and so help me Jeebus, I will reach through the internet to high five your face…

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On the 1% advocating for the 99%

cognitivedissonance:

The red and blue is not be taken as representative of political party. However, it IS an interesting breakdown of where the interests of the US Congress fall. Alan Grayson has also pointed to lobbying influence as well. At a 2010 conference, Grayson said, “We’re now in a situation where a lobbyist can walk into my office…and say, ‘I’ve got five million dollars to spend, and I can spend it for you or against you. Which do you prefer?’”

Much has also been made of Occupy Wall Street promoters like Michael Moore being in the 1%, so why don’t they just give away all of their money and make everyone equal, etc… I’m tired of this strawman counter. That’s like telling a group of physicians concerned about the situation in Appalachia regarding medical care to stop advocating for change, and to instead donate all their time, money, and supplies to fixing it, or else they are an illegitimate organization and have no right to bitch.

Moore has given generously to charity, including 60% of the profits from Fahrenheit 9/11, he donates half of his royalties from books sold at local bookstores to local libraries (plus the bookstores running the events have all agreed to donate $1 from their sales price) at each stop on his recent book tour, he works with several progressive organizations and with unions, and began the non-profit, mostly volunteer-run Traverse City Film Festival in Michigan - among other efforts. Here, he further explains his thoughts on charity to Sean Hannity.

So let’s pretend for a moment that the rich redistribute to the jobless of their own free will. Then what? Do jobs magically appear out of thin air? The need never re-occurs?

Moore explains his viewpoint well on being a member of the 1% and fighting for the 99% in a post entitled “Life Among The 1%” [emphasis mine]:

“How can you claim to be for the poor when you are the opposite of poor?!” It’s like asking: “You’ve never had sex with another man - how can you be for gay marriage?!” I guess the same way that an all-male Congress voted to give women the vote, or scores of white people marched with Martin Luther Ling, Jr. (I can hear these righties yelling back through history: “Hey! You’re not black! You’re not being lynched! Why are you with the blacks?!”). It is precisely this disconnect that prevents Republicans from understanding why anyone would give of their time or money to help out those less fortunate. It is simply something their brain cannot process. “Kanye West makes millions! What’s he doing at Occupy Wall Street?!” Exactly - he’s down there demanding that his taxes be raised. That, to a right-winger, is the definition of insanity. To everyone else, we are grateful that people like him stand up, even if and especially because it is against his own personal financial interest. It is specifically what that Bible those conservatives wave around demands of those who are well off.

Anyhow, money is not electing Michael Moore. However, money is electing those who set the policies leading to such wealth disparity in this country. We must pay attention to those who’ve sold us out and continued the same policies since before many in my generation were even born. Campaign finance reform is crucial, and perhaps we should begin rethinking this whole neoliberal, late capitalism thing.

If your biggest bone to pick with Occupy Wall Street is that Michael Moore is advocating for it, we’re well on our way to winning.

cognitivedissonance:

cognitivedissonance:

You wanted it, so I made it. (Click through to make it larger)
Here’s the follow-up to the GOP Family Values Bingo game for the next debate. The next one is Nov. 22 at 8 PM EST on CNN and is over national security issues. I’ll be live-tweeting it like usual. Follow me @meglanker. Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul are all confirmed to attend.
This debate is sponsored by the ultra-conservative Heritage Foundation, who proudly endorse the poor people can’t have nice things meme.
Send me your filled out bingo card, and I’ll post it here. Good luck! I’m not sure if getting a bingo is winning or losing in this game.

So who’s gonna play tonight? Send me your card so I can post it tonight. I think I’ll award gifs for any cards that match mine.



So, so far I have TWO bingos.

cognitivedissonance:

cognitivedissonance:

You wanted it, so I made it. (Click through to make it larger)

Here’s the follow-up to the GOP Family Values Bingo game for the next debate. The next one is Nov. 22 at 8 PM EST on CNN and is over national security issues. I’ll be live-tweeting it like usual. Follow me @meglanker. Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul are all confirmed to attend.

This debate is sponsored by the ultra-conservative Heritage Foundation, who proudly endorse the poor people can’t have nice things meme.

Send me your filled out bingo card, and I’ll post it here. Good luck! I’m not sure if getting a bingo is winning or losing in this game.

So who’s gonna play tonight? Send me your card so I can post it tonight. I think I’ll award gifs for any cards that match mine.

So, so far I have TWO bingos.

cognitivedissonance:

You wanted it, so I made it. (Click through to make it larger)
Here’s the follow-up to the GOP Family Values Bingo game for the next debate. The next one is Nov. 22 at 8 PM EST on CNN and is over national security issues. I’ll be live-tweeting it like usual. Follow me @meglanker. Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul are all confirmed to attend.
This debate is sponsored by the ultra-conservative Heritage Foundation, who proudly endorse the poor people can’t have nice things meme.
Send me your filled out bingo card, and I’ll post it here. Good luck! I’m not sure if getting a bingo is winning or losing in this game.



THERE’S STILL TIME TO PLAAAY

cognitivedissonance:

You wanted it, so I made it. (Click through to make it larger)

Here’s the follow-up to the GOP Family Values Bingo game for the next debate. The next one is Nov. 22 at 8 PM EST on CNN and is over national security issues. I’ll be live-tweeting it like usual. Follow me @meglanker. Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul are all confirmed to attend.

This debate is sponsored by the ultra-conservative Heritage Foundation, who proudly endorse the poor people can’t have nice things meme.

Send me your filled out bingo card, and I’ll post it here. Good luck! I’m not sure if getting a bingo is winning or losing in this game.

THERE’S STILL TIME TO PLAAAY

cognitivedissonance:

cognitivedissonance:

You wanted it, so I made it. (Click through to make it larger)
Here’s the follow-up to the GOP Family Values Bingo game for the next debate. The next one is Nov. 22 at 8 PM EST on CNN and is over national security issues. I’ll be live-tweeting it like usual. Follow me @meglanker. Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul are all confirmed to attend.
This debate is sponsored by the ultra-conservative Heritage Foundation, who proudly endorse the poor people can’t have nice things meme.
Send me your filled out bingo card, and I’ll post it here. Good luck! I’m not sure if getting a bingo is winning or losing in this game.

So who’s gonna play tonight? Send me your card so I can post it tonight. I think I’ll award gifs for any cards that match mine.



I REALLY hope they don’t need me at work tonight. I WANT TO DO THIS.

cognitivedissonance:

cognitivedissonance:

You wanted it, so I made it. (Click through to make it larger)

Here’s the follow-up to the GOP Family Values Bingo game for the next debate. The next one is Nov. 22 at 8 PM EST on CNN and is over national security issues. I’ll be live-tweeting it like usual. Follow me @meglanker. Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul are all confirmed to attend.

This debate is sponsored by the ultra-conservative Heritage Foundation, who proudly endorse the poor people can’t have nice things meme.

Send me your filled out bingo card, and I’ll post it here. Good luck! I’m not sure if getting a bingo is winning or losing in this game.

So who’s gonna play tonight? Send me your card so I can post it tonight. I think I’ll award gifs for any cards that match mine.

I REALLY hope they don’t need me at work tonight. I WANT TO DO THIS.