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[PERFECT-TIMING VILLAIN | Chris & Jack] (Viewer #193,662)
An Italian restaurant in Albuquerque is taking some heat for promoting one of its dishes with the phrase “Black Olives Matter”.
Me, I’m just happy the Republican Convention didn’t touch “Pokemon GOP”
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In a recent speech, President Obama said “We don’t need careless accusations thrown around to score political points.”
That’s because liberals don’t keep score, so as to avoid hurting people’s feelings. However, everyone knows – no careless accusations, no participant ribbon.
Our country is facing a gun violence epidemic. Add your voice to those calling for action.
“Don’t be like the NRA and actually DO something about not becoming a victim.”
Works like this: I feed you Moon Nukers a straight line, and you hit me with a punch line in the comments.
Now that Debbie Wasserman Schultz is out as DNC Chair, she’s moving on to her next job, which is…
Everyone is talking about the release of the DNC e-mails documenting the collusion to ensure Bernie didn’t get the nomination, but the media is ignoring the other more literal bombshells contained in the e-mail leaks. I’m talking about the e-mails documenting how Huma is working with ISIS to make them more palatable to those in the new Clintonocracy. Apparently, she was working with Baghdadi on a new ISIS ad campaign aimed at building bridges of commonality between ISIS and the left. One e-mail had a number of proposed slogans toward this end:
A longtime White House adviser said that President Obama is hoping to be part of “a 16-year era of progressive rule”.
Don’t be silly. If we don’t take a decade of conservatism now & then, progressives won’t have any stuff to loot.
Obama said a lot of things in his speech to the DNC Convention.
I just wanted to point out the most important thing about it:
That is all.
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A panicky report from Bloomberg News frets that Americans are buying gene-edited food that’s not clearly labeled “GMO”.
Part of me thinks that’s terrible. Part of me is hoping to accidentally acquire supercool spider powers.
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