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Republicans - The Palatables
Jan 052012

As Republicans race to the right, truth fails in the face of eager to please conservative rhetoric

With Republican candidates competing with each other to see who can support the most self-contradictory far right positions, such as advocating for corporate personhood in the name of freedom and small government, while seeking to deny gays equal rights and increase governmental intrusion upon women who want the right to choose what to do with their own bodies, it seems that the only thing you need to be a Republican candidate for president these days, is the ability to loudly proclaim an (occasionally shifting) strong set of conservative beliefs.

Dec 192011

With North Korea’s Kim Jong Il dead, it’s said that one of his sons will take over. But with recent U.S. Republican moves to protect massive military spending while gutting social spending, how long before a Republican candidate would also be a good candidate for the North Korean presidency?

With Kim Jong Il dead, Newt and Mitt's ideas on fiscal austerity for everything but the military, align neatly with North Korea's spending patterns.

Nov 292011

Republicans advertise as the Family Values party, but their candidates are anything but?

Republicans advertise as a Family Values party, but Cain and Newt are serial cheats, and Mitt is a fibber who believes some unusual stuff. Is this the best Republicans can do?

Nov 102011

Rick Perry forgets his own political platform during a debate.

When Rick Perry forgot his own political platform during a debate, his candidacy got even more forgettable, but Mitt Romney’s not exactly memorable either.