Nobody with a fun name like Hickenlooper should be such a Fascistloser. But, alas, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado is going far over the top, not content simply to pepper spray and shoot projectiles at political demonstrators but going so far as to issue
Rick Perry’s attempt to organize a theocratic rebellion of state governments against the First Amendment of the Constitution 1) attempts to deny citizens’ equal protection under the law; 2) attempts to violate citizens constitutional right to freedom of religion; 3) attempts to create a government establishment of religion. It’s a thorough and blatant rebellion against America’s constitutional government.
In the summer of 2010, after Republican gubernatorial candidate Paul LePage shot his mouth off about believing in creationism and wanting to put creationism in Maine’s public schools, Republican Party apologists for his candidacy tossed themselves into the media to allay concerns that LePage had
J. Clifford just shared with us the violent rages of the Indiana Deputy Attorney General: Jeff Cox wants to shoot and kill Americans who protest Republicans. That’s Qaddafi behavior right there. Wisconsin doesn’t have a Qaddafi, but it does have a Nixon: Governor Scott Walker.
If your ideas tend toward the left-hand side of the political spectrum and you are dissatisfied with your choices in the Governor’s race where you live, consider the Green Party choices that you might not have heard of. Green Party Watch lists the Green Party
“I don’t think it’s proper to watch a couple of grown men grind against each other,” said the landlord for two gay bars.
Carl Paladino Sought Endorsement from Movement that Says if Gay People are Attacked, it’s their Own Fault
We already know that Carl Paladino sought the endorsement of the theocratic extremist Yehuda Levin in his run for Governor of New York State. We already know that as part of the endorsement deal, Carl Paladino read from a script written for him by Yehuda
Lost in the kerfuffle about Carl Paladino’s anti-gay remarks is the reason he gave them in the first place. Carl Paladino, the Republican Party nominee for Governor of New York State, delivered virulently anti-gay remarks in New York City as part of a deal to
I worry about the strange social world that Carl Paladino has isolated himself in, not to experience firsthand the absolute normalcy of homosexual couples. He’s running for Governor of New York State, not Governor of Alabama.
Are you ready for it? Here’s the joke: “I’m about ready to punch A.J. Higgins.” Ha ha ha! Ha ha! Ha! Ha! Isn’t that just hilarious? No? No. There’s no joke in it. Jokes juxtapose two ideas in some unexpected way that jolts us and,
“As your governor, you’re going to be seeing a lot of me on the front page, saying ‘Governor LePage tells Obama to go to hell.” — Paul LePage, September 2010 “Bullshit!” — Paul LePage, before storming out of a news conference, September 2010 “I’m about