Like so many of today’s prospective great leaders, Brown is keeping his options open, not ruling anything out, taking nothing off the table. HE will never say never. And that is the central credo of a modern political breed known as the Superhypothetical-those professional no candidates whose franchises depend largely on people speculating about what they might run for and their own willingness to engage in public indecision about it all while assuring us, of course, that they are flattered and humbled b our interest). Sarah Palin and Donald Trump are the prototype-evergreens of guesswork despite the implausibility that either will ever be elected to anything. The New York Times Magazine, “What Would Scott Brown Do?” by Mark Leibovich

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dooballydoo asked: I just wanted to say your blog is the best one I follow that is all.

No, you’re the best!

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hostilehottie:

IF YOU GENUINELY THINK THAT PEOPLE ON PUBLIC ASSISTANCE LIVE IN REALLY NICE APARTMENTS AND CAN AFFORD IPHONES AND NAME BRAND CLOTHES AND DESIGNER SHOES & PURSES AND EAT FULL STEAK DINNERS ROUTINELY AND PAY FOR THAT ALL WITH FOOD STAMPS WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU IN COLLEGE. WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU WORKING. QUIT YOUR JOB AND DROP OUT AND GO LIVE THE LIFE YOU’RE SO JEALOUS OF. WHY WON’T YOU DO THAT? IS IT PERHAPS BECAUSE YOU KNOW AS WELL AS I DO THAT YOU’RE FULL OF SHIT?

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officialunitedstates:

haven’t seen frozen because 1. i’m afraid of the cold and 2.  i cant give in to the system

You and me both

liberalsarecool:

The FEC (Federal Election Commission) was established in 1974 in the wake of Watergate, Republican slush funds, and Richard Nixon destroying any faith Americans had in politics.
Limits were set for contributions because we learned how money corrupts elections.
Now we have conservative justices and republican activism in the courts wiping out all the rules we approved in Congress that were set to level the playing field.
The Republicans, like with Nixon in the 70s, are set to destroy any faith people have in politics.
As for free speech and the first amendment, name me one time where it says money equals speech.

liberalsarecool:

The FEC (Federal Election Commission) was established in 1974 in the wake of Watergate, Republican slush funds, and Richard Nixon destroying any faith Americans had in politics.

Limits were set for contributions because we learned how money corrupts elections.

Now we have conservative justices and republican activism in the courts wiping out all the rules we approved in Congress that were set to level the playing field.

The Republicans, like with Nixon in the 70s, are set to destroy any faith people have in politics.

As for free speech and the first amendment, name me one time where it says money equals speech.

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delacroix:

Rebloggable, as requested.

Ooooooh. Facts on facts on facts. 

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armywifesara:

invisiblelad:

youmightbeaconservative:

delacroix:

Rebloggable, as requested.

Ooooooh. Facts on facts on facts. 

Scholastically owned.

100% PROCHOICE

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