Marion Barry: Asians Ought to Go

Marion Barry says, “They ought to go. I just tell you that right now, you know.” He must be referring to the cocaine dealers and racists douche bags in DC considering his personal struggle with both, right? Wrong. Barry was referring to Asians business owners. Just after his victory in the primary to retain his […]

GOP plays prevent defense … Caveman porn … Jack and Diane

Republicans are set on playing prevent defense and ball-control offense until time runs out on the general election. Thwart big plays from Obama, don’t say anything stupid on the pulpit, and coast to victory next November. Easy as pie, right? One problem: You can’t play not-to-lose when you’re down in the polls. At some point […]

EPIC FAIL: Super Committee Inflicts Economic Waterboarding

Remember that Super Committee that was going to save the greatest country in the world from another epic economic collapse while demonstrating true bipartisan camaraderie and teaching us all the meaning of fiscal responsibility? You know, the one that, if it failed to cut the deficit by $1.2tn, the metaphorical gun-to-our-heads would go off and […]

Get Free Home Delivery of Your Own Drunken State Senator!

All you need is your neighbor’s SUV, a couple bottles of Grey Goose and an attorney (for the senator of course) and you too could have your state senator delivered to your front door, hung over, drooling and passed out in the back seat. Idaho Senate Republican Caucus Chairman John McGee of Caldwell was arrested […]

AP and Reuters Boycott GOP Debate Due to Fox News Restricted Media Access

Not only did Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Mitch Daniels and Mike Huckabee sit out of tonight’s GOP presidential primary debate, co-sponsored by Fox News and the South Carolina Republican Party, but major media organizations also sat out as well including the Associated Press and Reuters. The AP cited “restrictions placed on media access” […]

Did Former Fox News Contributer Rick Santorum Rip Off Langston Hughes?

This past Wednesday, former Republican Sen. and Fox News contributor Rick Santorum announced that he was forming an exploratory committee to see if maybe he might want to consider the possibility of potentially taking a stab the prospects of conceivably thinking about the outside chance of the likelihood of running for president. With that in mind his campaign chose the slogan “Fighting to make America America again.” Which in the interest of accuracy should read: “I might be interested in possibly defending America at some point in time and potentially returning America to some vague ideal that I will leave up to the voters to fill in. But only if it makes political sense.” Word is they tried that slogan but it didn’t fit on t-shirts.