15 of the worst comments Rush Limbaugh’s advertisers have sponsored since 2004

Hypocrisy watch  Back in 2008, the folks at Fox were falling all over themselves to say the president (Bush) could do nothing about the high cost of gas.  Kinda different from today, eh?

The Bible is pro-birth control.

Michele Bachmann: New “health care dictator” could decide how many babies you can have.

Is the Volt another trap for the GOP?

“When a good jobs report comes out, Mitt Romney looks sad. When Clint Eastwood makes an unapologetic, patriotic Super Bowl ad for Chrysler, Karl Rove says it makes him sick. They booed a gay soldier at a GOP debate, and didn’t even want to give the President his due for ordering the mission that killed bin Laden. One wonders if they will be rooting for communist China during the summer Olympics.”

Comic relief.  Palin leaves the door open for a presidential run.

“You can’t drive a car with a windmill on it” — Mitt Romney, on why he’s not into clean energy.  Apparently not knowing what most 6th graders know.

And for the record, no, taxpayers don’t pay for contraception.

The Extremist File  Inside President Obama’s secret plan to sabotage his own re-election by intentionally raising gas prices.

86-yr-old Ohio veteran can’t vote after government-issued ID is rejected at polling station

All 53 of Rush Limbaugh’s vile smears against Sandra Fluke, in one video.

You might like this book.

Extreme poverty has doubled in last 15 years

The number of U.S. households living on less than $2 per person per day — which the study terms “extreme poverty” — more than doubled between 1996 and 2011, from 636,000 to 1.46 million, the study finds. The number of children in extremely poor households also doubled, from 1.4 million to 2.8 million.

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One Response to 3-7-2012

  1. Kay Dennison says:

    As always, you have gathered a fabulous collection of information!!!!

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