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Like millions of Americans, I believe that innocent life deserves protection and I am deeply offended by abortion. It is unconscionable to me that fellow Pro-Life Americans are forced to fund abortion through their tax dollars. As a Congressman, I’ve never voted for any budget that includes funding for Planned Parenthood. Instead, I’ve introduced the Taxpayers’ Freedom of Conscience Act to cut off all taxpayer funding of abortions, so-called “family planning” services and international abortionists.

Ron Paul, commenting on his promise to ban all federal funding of Planned Parenthood if he is elected President.

What Paul failed to mention is that Congress already prohibits Planned Parenthood from using federal funding to provide abortions, except in cases of rape, incest, or to save the life of the mother. Rep. Paul’s bill would strip Planned Parenthood of all federal funding in an effort to prevent taxpayers from paying for a service which they already don’t pay for.

(via manicchill)(via tehsunshine)(via stfuconservatives)

Yep. Where’s my conscience clause to prevent my tax dollars being used to assassinate children in Pakistan? Or prevent my tax dollars from paying for that stupid US military-sponsored Nascar? Why is “conscience” only something misogynists get?

(via drst)

Like millions of Americans, I believe that humanity deserves protection and I am deeply offended by war and the death penalty. It is unconscionable to me that fellow anti-war and anti-death penalty Americans are forced to fund abortion through their tax dollars. Where’s my fucking provision in the Taxpayers’ Freedom of Conscience Act to cut off all taxpayer funding of state-sponsored murder?

(via robot-heart-politics)

Ron Paul is just another right-wing douche.

(via celticthistle)

If the Bush Tax Cuts For Wealthy Are Allowed to Expire, 82% of People Who Voted For Obama in 2008 Would Vote to Re-Elect Him

A new survey of Obama voters by Survey USA found that by a margin of 82%-18% they are more likely to support him again in 2012 if he raises taxes on the rich.

The good news for Obama is that 66% of those who voted for him in 2008 approve of his handling of the economy compared to 27% who disapprove. Sixty three percent of those who disapprove are doing so because they believe that Obama has been too willing to compromise with Republicans. The president’s voters made it very clear what they want. Eighty one percent of those who voted for Obama said that they want to see the president lay out a broad jobs plan next week. Only 16% wanted him to focus on smaller measures.

What Obama voters don’t want is any kind of deal that would cut government programs in exchange for GOP support of his jobs plan. Forty one percent of respondents said that they would be less likely support his reelection campaign if Obama cuts government programs, and 21% said that they would be more likely to support him in 2012. Thirty two percent said that it made no difference in their support if the president cut government programs. Over 2/3 of Obama voters (67%) said that they would be less likely to support him in 2012 if he cuts Social Security or Medicare.

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lilmaj132:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

theatlantic:

Bachmann Staffer Arrested for Terrorism in Uganda in 2006

The evangelical organizer who helped Michele Bachmann win the Ames Straw Poll in Iowa Saturday was previously charged with terrorism in Uganda after being arrested for possession of assault rifles and ammunition in February 2006, just days before Uganda’s first multi-party elections in 20 years.
Peter E. Waldron spent 37 days in the Luriza Prison outside Kampala, where he says he was tortured, after being arrested along with six Congolese and Ugandan nationals for the weapons, which were described variously in news reports as having been found in his bedroom or a closet in his home. The charges, which could have led to life in prison, were dropped in March 2006 after a pressure campaign by Waldron’s friends and colleagues and what Waldron says was the intervention of the Bush administration.

 Read more at The Atlantic

So, the anti-Islam, anti-Muslim, anti-gay Tea Party representative from Minnesota falls victim to a condition known as “hypocrisy.” 
It’s not like other diseases, it being more rampant in American politics.
-Drew, Concerned American

Wait. So she won’t answer a yes or no question on whether or not she’ll have someone who’s gay or lesbian in her administration, but she’ll hire someone who has been charged and arrested for terrorism. Right….

lilmaj132:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

theatlantic:

Bachmann Staffer Arrested for Terrorism in Uganda in 2006

The evangelical organizer who helped Michele Bachmann win the Ames Straw Poll in Iowa Saturday was previously charged with terrorism in Uganda after being arrested for possession of assault rifles and ammunition in February 2006, just days before Uganda’s first multi-party elections in 20 years.

Peter E. Waldron spent 37 days in the Luriza Prison outside Kampala, where he says he was tortured, after being arrested along with six Congolese and Ugandan nationals for the weapons, which were described variously in news reports as having been found in his bedroom or a closet in his home. The charges, which could have led to life in prison, were dropped in March 2006 after a pressure campaign by Waldron’s friends and colleagues and what Waldron says was the intervention of the Bush administration.

 Read more at The Atlantic

So, the anti-Islam, anti-Muslim, anti-gay Tea Party representative from Minnesota falls victim to a condition known as “hypocrisy.” 

It’s not like other diseases, it being more rampant in American politics.

-Drew, Concerned American

Wait. So she won’t answer a yes or no question on whether or not she’ll have someone who’s gay or lesbian in her administration, but she’ll hire someone who has been charged and arrested for terrorism. Right….