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Americans Elect Leader: Mitt Romney doesn’t have Big enough Balls

Americans Elect says it doesn’t “support or oppose any particular candidate” for President in 2012. But Americans Elect Leader Mark McKinnon just went on MSNBC to declare that Mitt Romney is lacking in the testicular department. What do you call that? [...]

We Are One, Except For Gays

Why did Barack Obama arrange for Gene Robinson to be scheduled to take the stage before cameras were rolling, and had the microphones turned off so that even people who were there in person couldn’t hear a word he said? What is Barack Obama afraid of? [...]

Are Submissive Women Change Barack Obama Can Believe In?

For Barack Obama to give Rick Warren the special place of honor of introducing his Inauguration is an insult to all the women who worked hard to elect him as President of the United States. If Barack Obama really believes in equality, he ought to say so, and repudiate Rick Warren, and take Warren out of the official inaugural proceedings. [...]

I'm Voting for "That One" Pro-Obama Bumper Sticker and Button (But What's the Big Deal?)

For the apparently considerable number of you who are upset with John McCain’s reference to Barack Obama as “That One” in last night’s debate:

Click on any image to nab one for yourself.

I have to say that personally, I don’t understand why people are seizing on John McCain referring to Barack [...]

Barack Obama Gives Nonreligious Americans The Cold Shoulder

Giving religious Democrats, and leaders of tax-exempt religious organizations, special access to political leaders in the Democratic Party, while excluding non-religious Democrats from that access, is not a way to demonstrate unity. It’s a way to promote divisiveness and discrimination. [...]