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Bryan Fischer says the GOP shouldn’t pretend Hipanics will become Republicans, rather, the GOP must “clamp down” on them because they “are socialists by nature.”
MSNBC’s amazing Rachel Maddow last night detailed many of the benefits of the re-election of President Obama, and had a come-to-Jesus conversation with the GOP.
Richard Mourdock’s “God intended” rape. Todd Akin’s “legitimate rape.” Paul Ryan’s “forcible rape.” Why does the GOP classify rape as anything but what it really is?
Tom Smith, the GOP candidate for the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania says that becoming pregnant via rape is “similar” to having a baby out of wedlock — for the father.
Chris Matthews told the GOP Chairman that he, Romney, and the GOP are playing the race card and attacked them for Romney’s birther joke, calling it “insane.”
Todd Akin is making the GOP “the Party of Rape,” says the National Review, adding, “Republicans cannot deal with Congressman Todd Akin swiftly or severely enough.”
Sarah Palin announced she won’t be speaking at the GOP convention, and the Tea Party — who just got their favorite GOP shill Paul Ryan on the ticket — is furious.
12 States Where Same-Sex Marriage Isn’t Legal — But Could Be
Vladimir Putin Just Made It Illegal To Tell Kids Gay People Exist
TX Man: After 34 Years My Partner’s Sister Forced Us Apart, Took Our Home Because We Weren’t Married
Marine War Hero Eric Alva Excoriates A Texas Crowd Who Booed Him Because He Is Gay
Gay People’s Hearts ‘Unsuitable’ For Life Says Head Of Russia’s State-Controlled TV News
Christian Polling Group Finds Atheists Divorce Less Than Christians
Watch: Kids Shown Interracial Cheerios Commercial — Have No Idea Why It’s Controversial
Largest Study Of Children Raised By Same-Sex Parents Shows They’re Healthier Than Their Peers
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