This woman is a delusional racist who cannot provide proof, was shocked it would be expected and her top lip doesn’t move. Supposedly, little terrorists are being born here every single day. Oh, and the lip thing doesn’t really matter, but it still freaks me out.
As we dig deeper into immigration issues, we take a look into the 14th Amendment and the legitimacy of claims of “anchor babies” born purposefully on U.S. soil to gain American citizenship. Texas State Representatives Debbie Riddle and Rafael Anchia joined us on the program tonight. Watch the full and extended interview.
Creep (Originally by Radiohead) - Scala And Kolacny Brothers
This beautiful cover done by Scala And Kolacny Brothers choir captures all the most haunting aspects of Radiohead’s classic song. This version came to my attention after watching the trailer for the upcoming tale of the creation of facebook, The Social Network. It was a perfect match for this film because in a world where everyone’s social lives are becoming easily accessible with only a couple clicks of the mouse, we are all feeling like creeps in this world that keeps getting smaller every second. Our social identity is becoming the center of our lives. This is the “me” generation. It’s a egocentric world obsessed with everybody’s lives meanwhile endlessly advertising how awesome our own lives are. Our facebook pages, our twitter updates, our tumblr posts, our flickr photographs, our last.fm music charts are becoming who we are. It’s a blueprint for our identities for the entire world to see. Our lives are now on facebook, everything that happens, whether good or bad, is constantly updated onto the online realm. Our reals lives are intertwining with our virtual lives. Life is becoming one big status update.
“You’re just like an angel. Your skin makes me cry. You float like a feather in a beautiful world.”
The plane had just landed, but he was ready to take off.
A JetBlue flight attendant blew his top, grabbed some beer and bolted out an emergency slide at Kennedy Airport Monday - then headed home to have sex with his boyfriend.
After he was bonked in the head by a bag, Steven Slater stunned passengers by spewing profanity and ranting about quitting as the flight from Pittsburgh pulled up to the gate about noon.
"To the f——-g a—hole who told me to f—k off, it’s been a good 28 years," Slater, 38, purred, cops said. "I’ve had it. That’s it," he added, a passenger said.
The mad-as-hell steward grabbed a couple of brewskis and popped one open before activating the emergency exit, witnesses told airport employees.
After tossing his two carry-on bags on the slide, he followed them to the tarmac.
Slater - who actually first started working for airlines 20 years ago, not 28 - then walked to the AirTrain, stripped off his company tie and flung it off as bemused passengers watched.
"I wish we could all quit our jobs like that," said passenger Phil Catelinet, 36, of Brooklyn, who was on the flight and the AirTrain.
"He seemed kind of happy about it. He was like, ‘I just quit my job.’ "
Port Authority police said it took jetBlue 25 minutes to report the incident, allowing Slater time to leave the scene.
Cops found him in bed with his boyfriend when they arrived to arrest him at a beachfront home in the Rockaways with a porch overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, sources said.
If you’re going to quit your job, make it epic. Grab a couple of beers, scream some obscenities, then go home and get laid. Preferably at a beach house. This guy is a hero to everyone everywhere who has wanted to do this, especially on a Monday. You can “like” his page on Facebook. I did.
Ah! Thanks!! Just trying to defend the LGBT community and make a joke out of the bible. Thanks for the support!
I don’t know if you saw my answer to the child rapists are now equal because of equality thing (The post I linked to), but I thought I knocked it out of the park. Then I saw your post and literally choked on my coffee laughing. It brings the snark!
I want to use that in public with a little head snap and a “Bitch!” at the end of it. Here in Wyoming, defending the LGBT community can seem like a daily task. One I do gladly, and you’re welcome. I always support people who defend the LGBT community. Rock on, Sam.
WARSAW, Ohio - Strip-club owner Tommy George rolled up to the church in his grabber-orange Dodge Challenger, drinking a Mountain Dew at 9 in the morning and smoking a cigarette he had just rolled himself.
Pastor Bill Dunfee stepped out of a tan Nissan Murano, clutching a Bible in one hand and his sermon in the other, a touch of spray holding his perfectly coiffed ‘do in place.
Inside the New Beginnings Ministries church, Dunfee’s worshippers wore polyester and pearls.
Outside, George’s strippers wore bikinis and belly rings.
Both men agree it is classic sinners vs. saints. But George says it is up to America to decide which is which and who is who.
Dunfee says God already has chosen.
"Tom George is a parasite, a man without judgment," Dunfee said. "The word of Jesus Christ says you cannot share territory with the devil."
The battle that has heretofore played out in the parking lot of George’s strip club - the Foxhole, a run-down, garage-like building at a Coshocton County crossroads called Newcastle - has shifted 7 miles east to Church Street.
Every weekend for the last four years, Dunfee and members of his ministry have stood watch over George’s joint, taking up residence in the right of way with signs, video cameras and bullhorns in hand. They videotape customers’ license plates and post them online, and they try to save the souls of anyone who comes and goes.
Now, the dancers have turned the tables, so to speak. Fed up with the tactics of Dunfee and his flock, they say they have finally accepted his constant invitation to come to church.
My home state is awesome! Seriously, take their invitation and come to church, it’ll probably get more new customers. Point at random men and yell, “Hey, I know you! You’re the one with the grabby, clammy hands!”
“I’m not pro-gay Marriage, I’m pro-equality. I’m not pro-gay rights, I’m pro-common sense. I’m anti-discrimination. I’m anti-enshrining your queasiness about buttsex in my constitution. I’m pro-when the constitution says we’re all equal, it means we’re all equal.”—
Republican Sharron Angle believes the clergy should be allowed to endorse candidates from the pulpit and opposes laws allowing gays to adopt children, according to a questionnaire by the Nevada Senate hopeful that was obtained by The Associated Press.
Angle, who is trying to unseat Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, completed the four-page questionnaire for a conservative political action committee that has endorsed her candidacy.
Angle’s views on church-state separation have been an issue in the race.
In a June interview on Nevada’s KVBC’s news interview program “Face to Face with Jon Ralston,” Angle was asked about minutes from a 1995 legislative hearing in which she reportedly said the doctrine of church-state separation is unconstitutional. Asked on the program if the separation of church and state arises out of the Constitution, Angle answered “no.”
She said Thomas Jefferson is often misquoted and that he wanted to protect churches from being taken over by a state religion. The drafters of the Constitution “didn’t mean that we couldn’t bring our values to the political forum,” she said.
How can anyone take this silly woman seriously?
Just for funsies, a Thomas Jeffeson quote:
"Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between church and State."
-Thomas Jefferson, letter to Danbury Baptist Association, CT., Jan. 1, 1802
“Show me a man who lives alone and has a perpetually clean kitchen, and eight times out of nine I’ll show you a man with detestable spiritual qualities.”—Charles Bukowski (via theopie) (via bringtheruckuss) (via theplaceholder)
One Tea Party candidate uses taxpayer money to rail against taxes, another’s tainted by Medicaid fraud, a third secretly pocketed thousands from a government contract. John Avlon on three candidates making a mockery of the movement’s message.
Hypocrisy, the unforgivable sin in politics, is threatening to cast a shadow over the Tea Party. The movement built its momentum by rallying citizens against out-of-control government spending. But now a handful of self-funded gubernatorial candidates are undercutting its message because they got rich off government programs.