GOP Lawmakers in North Carolina, Missouri, Georgia, Alabama, Alaska, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Oklahoma have all recently sponsored bills to ban Islamic law in America. And when asked, they’ve all had trouble explaining what sharia law is, what it does, or why it needs to be barred in the US.
Here’s a freshman GOP congressman who barely won election, calling “Barack Hussein Obama” a ”a low-level socialist agitator” who shows “third world dictator-like arrogance.”
Here’s the freshman GOP congressman’s reward: nearly half a million bucks raised in three months for his reelection. This sort of speechifying’s made him a top fundraiser. Last election cycle, he amassed $6.5 million, or about five times what the typical congressional candidate raises.
One more interesting fact: His second-largest category of donors was “Republican/conservative.” His biggest category, which was nearly twice as big as No. 2, was “retired.”
"I mean, do a group of old white ladies govern what goes on with my balls? No. They don’t. But this is what happens in America. Old white men who believe in an invisible man in the sky get to say what goes on in all women’s vaginas. The last time I tried to make anything happen inside a woman’s vagina I didn’t even get past the whole “taking her to dollar-beer and bingo night at the bar by my house” thing. Swing and a miss, there. And hey – that was just one vagina. In their case, they are trying to control ALL OF THE VAGINAS. Who do they think they are? Prince circa Purple Rain?"
Glenn Beck has announced that he “intends to transition off of his daily program” on Fox News later this year. It’s not clear what killed The Glenn Beck Show—perhaps it was the fleeing advertisers or the shrinking audiences. Or perhaps it was the increasingly bizarro obsessions and labyrinthine conspiracy theories, which we’ve attempted to catalog in this map of the inner workings of Beck’s brain.
Hey, look! The National Republican Senatorial Committee made a fake Obama 2012 ad, knocking him for being a divisive, vacation-taking, deficit-spending president! Because we’ve never had a divisive, vacation-taking, deficit-spending Republican president! Evar! Socialism! Uterus!
The financiers and producers of IndoctriNation want to prevail upon you to home-school your child! They will use reason, emotion, and the occasional fudged fact to get you to agree with their worldview. Isn’t there a word for that? When you use repetition and emotional manipulation to inculcate someone with an ideology? Gosh, if there is, I sure can’t think of it.