Enjoy this Sesame Street parody of House of Cards until the big release of Season 3 of the actual show this Friday.
President Obama has just issued his third veto since becoming President, and the first one in almost five years. The bill the met its fate via the powerful veto pen? Keystone Pipeline. Way to go Mr. President!
Why on earth USA Today gives a weekly column to this asshat is beyond me. It takes a bit to get to his subtle point, but towards the end:
So when the five-day wonder of questioning Barack Obama's patriotism is over, perhaps we should address another question: How patriotic is the electorate? And how long can we survive as a nation if the answer is "not very"? And we should proceed from there.
And that's how the right thinks about the majority of this country - that we are unpatriotic dolts, voting for a man to destroy this country.
With all the talk of the Wisconsin governor being the GOP hopeful in 2016, perhaps we should ask ourselves if we really want another leader who will put our country into more debt to give the rich another tax cut. Even more, do we want one who will just flat our not pay our debtors to pay for these tax cuts, as Scott Walker is doing? If this is the definition of responsibility to the GOP, I'll take the other any day of the week.
Silence comes from the pro-life crowd with this horrific story out of Georgia, where a cop beat a pregnant woman so hard she had a miscarriage, for simply not liking her tone. I guess #fetuslivesmatter only applies when a bunch of politicians can actually tell a woman what to do with her body.
Two late breaking stories taking the country by storm. First off we have Jon Stewart announcing he is retiring from The Daily Show. Then within an hour, NBC announces that Brian Williams will be suspended for six months without pay. Definitely a lot to absorb, and I'm sure I'll have more on it tomorrow.
A teen girl wasn't looking forward to starting her new job at a pizza place and decided to complain about it on Twitter. When her new boss caught wind of it, he decided to fire her on Twitter. Let's face it, kids can be dumb and do dumb things. That's why we have age requirements on certain things. But the actions by her employer are very unprofessional, if not totally idiotic. Perhaps a phone call or wait until she actually drug herself into work, then fire her, but to do it in a public forum like Twitter could risk some civil action, especially since the teen never even mentioned the place.