newt gingrich

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It’s the Far Right, Charlie Brown!

Good grief! It’s the far right, Charlie Brown! As if it weren’t bad enough that conservatives were busy these days hawking amateur “art” depicting President Obama sniffing magic markers and selling oil paintings of “King Obama” trampling the American flag — now they’re going after one of the most iconic and beloved American characters of … Continue reading

Legally Spawned

This Week’s Poll! The Internet was made much more glittery this week thanks to Mindy Meyer, the 22-year old Republican Orthodox Jew from Flatbush, Brooklyn, running for State Senate in the great state of New York. If you haven’t yet seen it, Mindy Meyer’s website is something to behold, from the leopard-print font declaring her … Continue reading

Kissing Cousins

This Week’s Poll! Now that the GOP has officially settled on Willard Mittens as their anointed candidate, we should finally get to see some unity in the scatterbrained Republican Party! It was a long and brutal road to get here, but now it’s time for their shared contempt for that black man in the White … Continue reading

Send in the Clowns!

This Week’s Poll! With Rick Santorum out of the race, everyone but Newt Gingrich seems to agree that the 2012 GOP prez nominee will be walking mannequin Mitt Romney. Aren’t we all glad that the long nominating nightmare is over? Well, no, not really. We have to admit that, for all of the bricks we’ve … Continue reading

Aunt Betty on Honesty

“I know that most of my Republican friends want to be honest, but they just can’t keep their mouths shut.” -Aunt Betty’s Almanac

Aunt Betty on Newt Gingrich

“A decent person would tell any idiot they find in a hole to stop digging. But when it comes to Newt, I’m taking bets on when he’ll get to China.” -Aunt Betty’s Almanac

The Big Mo’

This Week’s Poll! The good people of Iowa must be insanely relieved to bid goodbye to the media circus that surrounded the Iowa Caucus of 2012. A record total of $12 million was spent, and all for what? So Mitt could win by a whopping 8 votes. Of course, the caucuses did end poor Michele … Continue reading