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Polytheistic Politics

Notice how pretty much every presidential candidate says they were called by God to run? When I mentioned this, Amy correctly pointed out that he didn’t necessarily want all of them to WIN, but they all seem to think he … Continue reading

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Clash of the Tightwads

Probably the only thing Americans can all agree on is that ten candidates in one debate is too many. So, in last night’s debate on CNN, they instead had…eleven. I blame the defunding of public schools. I can’t help finding … Continue reading

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Last Jerkass Standing

Why do Republican primaries always seem to be contests as to who can be the biggest jerk? Not that I think Democratic politicians are altruistic, but they at least pretend to care. With Republicans, it’s all about how much they … Continue reading

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A Brisk Constitutional

Senator and self-licensed laser surgeon Rand Paul, best known for making his father seem sane by comparison, recently remarked that the Supreme Court declaring the Affordable Care Act (AKA ObamaCare) constitutional didn’t make it so. Actually, according to the Constitution … Continue reading

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Under the Corporate Boot and Loving It

I’m not happy about the Republican gains in both houses of Congress, but I’m not surprised either. It’s not like the Democrats really did much with their majority, or at least not much that they were willing to publicize. The … Continue reading

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