What We Missed


Winning Our Future, which is in the Newt Gingrich camp, might be the most off the wall Super PAC so far.

Eesha on racially coded rhetoric in the Republican primary.

Heartbreaking story about a teen who was killed after the police had her help them with a marijuana bust. I honestly have no words.

A must read personal narrative from a man who was held at Guantánamo Bay.

Demi Moore is playing Gloria Steinem in the Linda Lovelace biopic. Wait what?

This super racist ad attacking Jon Huntsman because he has a Chinese daughter was produced by the group New Hampshire Liberty 4 Paul. They’re very difficult to track down, but hey, anyone can make a video go viral from YouTube when our TV news media is only looking for controversy.

Not everyone’s laughing at “Shit White Girls Say… To Black Girls.”

Ru Paul is not Ron Paul, and she’s not running for president. But I just might vote for her anyway.

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  1. Posted January 9, 2012 at 9:17 pm | Permalink

    Imagen if there was a video called “shit trans people say”, see how far that would fly. Yeah that’s what i thought.

    • Posted January 10, 2012 at 8:09 pm | Permalink

      Right, because people making fun of an oppressed minority is exactly the same thing as making fun of a privileged class.

  2. Posted January 9, 2012 at 10:10 pm | Permalink

    Okay so far…..
    1. Newt Gingrich….eeeeeeekkkkkk
    2. The racial rhetoric has got me running the gamut of suspicious to freaked out to the point of running for the safety of a bunker.
    3. Miss people like Shelley Hilliard….why can’t we have them on earth longer?
    4. Demi Moore as Gloria Steinem? I don’t see that
    5. Jon Huntsman adopted a Chinese girl? What’s it to you Liberty4Paul?
    6. Yes, Shit White Girls Say to Black Girls is not funny. Not funny when people make stupid comments about race.
    7. If only Ru replaced Ron…Love him in A Very Brady Sequel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhdXsPfweR8

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