Category Archives: Republican party

Stephen Colbert Trolls GOP By Finding RNC’s ‘African-American Delegate,’ Keegan-Michael Key Gee willikers!


THIS IS SO FUNNY…

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Political Cartoons from the second week of December


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Trump plays the 9/11 card…Jeb Bush goes crazy


Although Donald Trump is the Republican front-runner, it’s strange to see how he attack other Republican candidates. In the latest episode of the Republican clown show, Donald Trump calls out George W. Bush for the attack on 9/11. While being interviewed, a reporter asked a question that some how turned […]

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Political cartoons from the third week of October


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Political cartoons from the second week of october 2015


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Mitt Romney to run again in 2016??


It looks like Mitt Romney can’t walk off into the sunset, instead he is planning on running again. If Mitt Romney decides to run for president again, then Jeb Bush and Chris Christie will not be happy. More competition for the republican nomination in 2016 will be bad for the […]

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Political upset of the century!!


Eric Cantor is upset by a tea party challenger!! Watch his speech… ABC US News | ABC Celebrity News

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Foxnews talks about the state of the GOP


The current state of the GOP is confusing to everyone, but when Foxnews and Glenn Beck is criticizing the Republican party then it’s something to laugh about. One of the de facto leaders in today’s Tea party takeover, Glenn Beck is rejecting his own creation. Rational thinking is out the […]

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Congresses Poll Numbers Redraws Rock Bottom


The 113th Congress is the worst ever, but what to do about it? According to polling Congress is at historic lows dating back 40 years. The Republican party are the leaders of Congress, and the numbers are a reflection of the disdain Americans have towards them. For Democrats, this isn’t […]

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Could the 113th Congress surpass the 112th Congress as the worst ever??


House members have been in Washington fewer than three days a week on average. Senators didn’t have a work week of five days for the first seven months of the year, so why are we paying them. It’s unimaginable to think the 113th would be worst then the 112th Congress, […]

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The Grand Old Party is trying to clean house


The Republican National Committee released an audacious set of recommendations on Monday aimed at revitalizing the party following the drubbing suffered by GOP candidates last November, calling for sweeping changes to the party’s infrastructure, outreach and nominating process to contend for the White House in 2016. The RNC’s 100-page report, […]

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New bipartisan gun bill could be the new law of the land


Reports out of Washington states a new bipartisan bill on gun laws could be introduced this week in the Senate. After several national gun massacres, Washington D.C. is finally getting their act together. The last gun massacre in New Town, CT may have broken the camels back as far as […]

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Fmr. Pres. George W. Bush calls for “benevolent” immigration debate


George W. Bush or Mr. 43 is back in the spotlight with his idea on the immigration debate. During his time in office, George W. Bush tried to have the Dream Act passed in Congress, but it was the Republicans who blocked the vote. Now, with the landslide victory by […]

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Grover Norquist threatens to go after Republicans who will break his no tax pledge


Grover Norquist and his organization, Americans for Tax Reform, promises to go after Republicans who signed his anti-tax pledge 20 years ago if they raise taxes. This is the same tone that gave the Republican party a decisive lost in the 2012 elections. President Obama campaigned on raising taxes on […]

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The Bush tax cuts and how it affects your marginal tax rates


With the elections over for 2012, the President and Congress can slash out a deal to avoid the dreaded fiscal cliff. The fiscal cliff is a term used to refer to the result of increased taxes, spending cuts, and a reduction in military spending if Congress doesn’t act. This was […]

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