Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Republican unity shatters after backlash to Iran letter

Republican unity shatters after backlash to Iran letter
The unity that Republicans briefly enjoyed by sending an open letter to Iran in an attempt to disrupt a nuclear deal has cracked, as several conservative congressmen and media outlets described the letter as a folly.

Republicans finally providing some excellent evidence that they're terrible at foreign policy. Besides, of course, that 2001-2008 thing.- LOLGOP

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam

Today would have been the birthday of Osama bin Laden. It makes me remember when Seal Team 6 threw him a surprise party.- David Letterman

The AP Wants ALL Of Hillary's Email & STUFF
The Associated Press filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the State Department to force the release of email correspondence and government documents from Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.

Republican Shenanigans

Republicans aren't any better at coming up with real Clinton scandals than they are at Obamacare replacements.- LOLGOP

Texas Public School Reads Bible Verses Whether You Like It Or Not!
The superintendent of a Texas school district recently criticized by “Friendly Atheist” Hemant Mehta and the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) for allowing a principal to recite Bible verses under the guise of a “Thought for the Day” announcement struck back on Tuesday with a blog post in which he declared that he would do nothing to stop the practice.

Only 1 person seems to be actively trying to get Elizabeth Warren to run for president, and it's Hillary Clinton.- John Fugelsang

Rock The Voter News

Weird. Reporters don't like a a frontrunner who has completely cleared the field on the strength of her biography and experiences.- LOLGOP

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Business/Tech News

The guys who went to the Supreme Court because they didn't want to tell us which big oil guys Cheney met with now want ALL the emails.- LOLGOP

Congressional Immunity From Prosecution?
Forty-seven Senate Republicans may have broken the law this week. But no one's losing any sleep over it.
Pundits and legal scholars are raising questions over whether Sen. Tom Cotton and the 46 Senate Republicans violated the Logan Act when they penned a letter to Iran's leaders on Monday, undercutting President Barack Obama's efforts to negotiate a nuclear agreement with those same leaders. The law, passed in 1799, forbids any U.S. citizen -- acting without official U.S. authority -- from influencing "disputes or controversies" involving the U.S. and a foreign government.

Tim Tebow is coming back to the NFL. I'm telling you, this guy has been on the bench more than Judge Judy.
Tim Tebow, you know, originally was thrown out of the NFL for using his personal email account.- David Letterman



Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo

Lofoten is the name given to a chain of granite mountain-islands, off the coast of Northern Norway, well inside the Arctic Circle, formed during the last ice age into a group of jagged ridges and wild coastlines.


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