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Right Wing Whackos


Right Wing Whackos

This is a place to post discussions and news articles about the right wing. 

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Radio Host wants to “shoot Hillary Clinton in the vagina” and says, “I want her to feel the pain”

Started by Neal. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck Oct 10, 2016. 6 Replies

Amazingly the hate only continues. There must be an audience for it, otherwise these types of cretins wouldn't make the news. May 17, 2013 By Anomaly…Continue

Tags: hillary, in, the, vagina, shoot

Fascism And Populism In Europe

Started by Ali. Last reply by Chris Jan 2, 2014. 34 Replies

the norwegian right-wing anders breivik Since…Continue

Rush Limbaugh Touts 13-Year-Old Who ‘Proved’ Global Warming Is A Hoax

Started by Neal. Last reply by Neal Apr 8, 2013. 2 Replies

Excellent, children and sheepherders from the past are always the ones to turn to for real science.By Rebecca Leber on Apr 5, 2013 at 10:59 amOn his radio show this week,…Continue

Tags: wisdom, rush, limbaugh, needs, the

The Most Widely Believed Conspiracy Theory in America Revealed in New Poll

Started by Michel. Last reply by Neal Apr 3, 2013. 4 Replies

BIRTHERS!New poll indicates 64% of Republicans are BirthersJanuary 17, 2013  | …Continue

Tags: certificate, Joe Arpaio, birth, Obama, conspiracy

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Comment by doone on April 16, 2012 at 6:35pm

But what is Nugent's problem, exactly? What are the issues, beyond a generic sense of loss of identity and aggrievement, are driving a guy like him to feel this strongly? It's clearly not anything substantive, but something deeper seated, something cultural, and something profoundly personal that doesn't express itself in terms of actual legislative issues. As I mentioned before, I have my theories, but even they're unsatisfactory. One of the reason that the Right gets tagged so often as racists, in addition to all the more obvious evidence, is that their overreaction to the Obama presidency doesn't seem to have much in the way of more credible explanations.

Whatever is wrong with Nugent and his friends, though, one thing is clear: there is nothing President Obama or national Democrats can do to appease them. So they might as well stop trying.

Comment by doone on April 15, 2012 at 12:01pm

Apr. 15, 2012

political pictures - Well, It Does

drops out of presidential race, because a “come from behind” victory sounded too gay.

(Rick Santorum)

Comment by doone on April 15, 2012 at 11:42am
Comment by doone on April 15, 2012 at 11:40am

We Don’t Need No Education

By  April 15th, 2012

North Carolina Rep. Virginia Foxx went on convicted felon G. Gordon Liddy’s wingnut talk radio show last week to denounce all these students and recent college grads who are bitching about theirstudent loans:

I went through school, I worked my way through, it took me seven years, I never borrowed a dime of money. He borrowed a little bit because we both were totally on our own when we went to college, totally. [...] I have very little tolerance for people who tell me that they graduate with $200,000 of debt or even $80,000 of debt because there’s no reason for that. We live in an opportunity society and people are forgetting that. I remind folks all the time that the Declaration of Independence says “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” You don’t have it dumped in your lap.

Of course, the expense today’s students incur is a bit more steep than the cost of obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Dinosaur Husbandry during Foxx’s youth, even spread out across seven years. How much more? It’s hard to do a direct comparison since not all of the chiseled stone tablets used to record educational expenses in Foxx’s day have been digitalized. But here’s a chart that illustrates how tuition costs have risen since 1985:

Could a near 600% increase have something to do with ballooning student indebtedness? Possibly! Here’s the punchline: Foxx chairs the House Subcommittee on Higher Education. Hahahaha!

[X-posted at Rumproast]

Comment by doone on April 14, 2012 at 8:19pm

The USA congress critters are getting extremely conservative 

Comment by doone on April 14, 2012 at 1:00pm

 Scott Keyes / ThinkProgress:

Rep. Virginia Foxx On People With Student Loans: ‘I Have Very Littl...  —  Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC) took on a unique enemy during a radio interview yesterday: people with student loans.  —  Though many politicians sympathize with those who are saddled with exorbitant student debt …
Discussion: Daily Kos
Comment by doone on April 13, 2012 at 6:45pm

political pictures - Let's Do the time Warp Again

” I’m pleased to dedicate this new time portal so my Republican colleagues can travel back to the 50s…”

(Barack Obama)

Comment by doone on April 13, 2012 at 3:16pm

But all of that aside, Ablow accidentally concedes that the intention of Rosen’s comments was exactly right, suggesting that many of his clients “wouldn’t be going to work for very long if their spouses made millions as investors (as Mitt Romney has done).” If Ann Romney really didn’t go to work, choosing instead to “allow her husband to go out and make the money to support all of them,” why doesn’t Ablow simply agree with Rosen?


Ablow doubled down on his comments in a live Fox News segment today, saying that Rosen “despises” women like Romney for “choosing a traditional lifestyle,” not so subtly implicating that Rosen’s “alternative lifestyle” as a lesbian is chosen as well. Equality Matters has the clip:

Comment by doone on April 13, 2012 at 3:16pm

Fox News’ Keith Ablow: Working Moms Like Hilary Rosen Despise Thems...

In a new column rife with his usual brand of audacious conjecture, Keith Ablow of Fox News’ Medical A-Team takes aim at Hilary Rosen and all working moms (and arguably all feminists), suggesting they are “anti-gender” and “despise the parts of themselves” drawn to motherhood:

These “anti-gender” women have it in for anyone who embraces her femininity, maternal instincts and capacity to nurture as their highest priority — postponing or passing up other laudable opportunities to work at, say, a law firm or as a marketing executive.  They despise the notion that some women may indeed be drawn — instinctively and happily — toward creating special and loving environments in which to raise their children, while spending all their available time sustaining and enriching those environments and those children.

They despise the parts of themselves that may be drawn to such roles, as well.  That’s why women like Hilary Rosen make such outlandish statements, to begin with.  They’re essentially talking to themselves — albeit, with the rest of the world forced to listen — trying to reassure themselves that their own choices in life weren’t only equally as good as those of other women, but better. Far, far better. They feel like their choices are better because they have thrown off the shackles of roles that were once “expected” of them, leaving them not only freer than, but superior to, those women who don’t feel enslaved at home, but feel fulfilled at home.

Unsurprisingly, Ablow assumes that gender norms are good and haven’t been used to discriminate against women for almost all of humanity. Perhaps he’d like to roll back all of the freedoms women have fought for over the past century so they can fully embrace their “maternal instincts” with nothing to distract them from what he seems to see as their true calling. Ablow, of course, includes a jab at Rosen for being a lesbian, suggesting she’s only capable of supporting “alternative lifestyles.”

As Carlos Maza points out at Equality Matters, Ablow’s column includes all his usual pop-psychology tropes:

  • Violating professional ethics standards by diagnosing a public figure without permission or a formal examination
  • Peddling unscientific and sexist stereotypes about how men and women are supposed to behave
  • Using any excuse to take an unprovoked potshot at the Obama administration
Comment by doone on April 13, 2012 at 7:26am

Congratulations, Arizona Women- Every Single One of You Is Now Offi...

By  April 12th, 2012

According to Jan Brewer and the deep thinkers in the Arizona legislature:

Life starts earliest in Arizona, which now defines gestational age as beginning on the first day of a woman’s last period, rather than at fertilization. In practice, that means the state has banned abortions after about 18 weeks (20 weeks from the last menstruation) except in the case of medical emergencies. While that provision has been much discussed, abortions after that point account for only about 1 percent of the procedures currently performed.

The stipulation likely to be most widely felt is what experts are calling an effective shutdown of medication abortions. These nonsurgical abortions are usually performed within the first nine weeks of pregnancy, and account for between 17 and 20 percent of all abortions, according to the Guttmacher Institute, a reproductive-rights advocacy group. While women often take the pills at clinics and in their homes, the bill now mandates that a medical provider must have hospital privileges within 30 miles of where the procedure takes place. Many times clinics or homes are not within 30 miles of hospitals, and the distance prevents providers from other cities or even states from caring for women, says Elizabeth Nash of the Guttmacher Institute. Another factor that could contribute to what Nash called a “shutdown” of medication abortions is that the law requires abortion pills to be administered using outdated protocols, confusing providers and obscuring proper use of the drugs.

Now that Arizona has decided to separate being pregnant from when you actually become pregnant, every single woman is, according to the law, pregnant the moment they begin their last period, and will remain officially pregnant until the beginning of your very next period. There will apparently be a 1 day window in between these two events in which you are not officially pregnant.

Down the rabbit hole we go.


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