* Clowning Harry Reid.
* What's next, JFK: Skirt Hunter?
* What happens to NYC when President Obama pays a visit.
* Justin Beiber plays it safe on the fence with David Letterman.
* Mommy skills count when applying for a job, from McSweeney's.
* Winter is coming. Game of Thrones political attack ads from Mother Jones.
* Just when you thought it was safe to wade into the ocean of politics again…the Tea Party.
Tags: Barack Obama, Daily Links, David Letterman, Game of Thrones, John Kennedy, Mitt Romney, Mother Jones, New York, Tea Party, The Onion, Unemployment, Women's Rights
If Rick Santorum accomplishes nothing else this election cycle, he should be proud that he's made me question my own non-belief. When the world sends you someone so vividly quotable, it becomes difficult not to accept it as providential grace…
GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum said…that watching John F. Kennedy's speech to the Baptist ministers in Houston in 1960 made him want to "throw up."
"To say that people of faith have no role in the public square? You bet that makes you throw up. What kind of country do we live that says only people of non-faith can come into the public square and make their case?" Santorum said…Santorum also said he does not believe in an America where the separation of church and state is "absolute."
Santorum distorts the message of Kennedy's speech until it's indecipherable, but it offers an opportunity to challenge Indecision readers to a quote-off. Match the religion-related quote with the Republican politician who uttered it, then weep. Answers below the fold.
Tags: Barry Goldwater, James Garfield, John Kennedy, Primaries, Religion, Republicans, Rick Santorum, Ronald Reagan, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft
Mike Huckabee responds to Barack Obama's proposed requirement that contraception for women be covered by all health insurance plans…
"I remember very vividly when John F. Kennedy said that we are all Berliners. Well, in many ways, thanks to President Obama, we are all Catholics now."
I remember very vividly when Mike Huckabee said that we are all Catholics. Well, in many ways, thanks to Mike Huckabee, we are all, as the populace, overwhelmingly in favor of birth control.
Tags: Catholic Church, Christianity, Conservatives, CPAC, John Kennedy, Mike Huckabee, Religion
Oliver Stone directs controversial movies, hangs out with Fidel Castro, looks like Saddam Hussein and is one of those leftist Hollywood elites that contributes thousands of dollars to the Democratic party, so of course he's endorsing Ron Paul…
In an interview with Rock Cellar magazine, Stone was asked if an economic collapse would lead to the fall of the American "empire."
"I think it’s a given," Stone said. "There’s no way that we can continue this spending spree. In fact, I think in many ways the most interesting candidate –I'd even vote for him if he was running against Obama — is Ron Paul. Because he's the only one of anybody who's saying anything intelligent about the future of the world."
The Republican party has gone so far right they are indistinguishable from the far left. President Obama, you may need to worry about splitting your base. But then again, maybe not. These two may have more in common than we think.
Good news Democrats: Your Oliver Stone "problem" has just become the Republican's problem!
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Tags: Barack Obama, Democrats, John Kennedy, Liberals, Oliver Stone, Primaries, Republicans, Ron Paul