It’s finally Friday!
Here’s today’s eye candy.
…here’s today’s reading list.
Elections have consequences
Middle East/Muslim/Islam/Jihad/Douche bags
…says Mitch McConnel.
We need to hold them to their word.
If the Republicans cave on this, the ones that vote for it need to be shit canned.
Unfortunately, Americans have a shorty memory when it comes to politics. Just look at the recent elections.
Ace has an excellent breakdown of the vote. 12% of voters made up their mind in the last week.
Obama is a failure and Americans failed in their duty to keep America a free republic.
With conservatives across the country concerned about a rumored Republican cave-in in Washington, D.C. over tax policy, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is speaking out. Read his lips: no tax hikes.
McConnell said in an exclusive statement to Breitbart News:
One issue I’ve never been conflicted about is taxes. I wasn’t sent to Washington to raise anybody’s taxes to pay for more wasteful spending and this election doesn’t change my principles. This election was a disappointment, without doubt, but let’s be clear about something: the House is still run by Republicans, and Republicans still maintain a robust minority in the Senate. I know some people out there think Tuesday’s results mean Republicans in Washington are now going to roll over and agree to Democrat demands that we hike tax rates before the end of the year. I’m here to tell them there is no truth to that notion whatsoever.
Why do Americans insist on giving away their freedoms?
This is pathetic.
1/3 of Americans are worthless and weak.
Majority of Americans adults think a law making it illegal to disobey the order of a TSA agent in any public place is reasonable
Paul Joseph Watson
A new survey commissioned by Infowars and conducted by Harris Interactive has found that almost one third of American adults would accept a “TSA body cavity search” in order to fly, with a majority of Americans also feeling a law that would make disobeying a TSA agent in any public place illegal is reasonable.
The shock results emphasize the level of indignity Americans are willing to tolerate in order to travel.
They also highlight how the TSA’s reputation has remained largely intact despite a series of scandals and widespread criticism from innumerable public figures.
However, on other fronts the poll provides good news for those concerned with how liberties are being lost in the name of stopping terrorism. For example, a clear…
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