That the ELECTED might never form to themselves an interest
    separate from the ELECTORS, prudence will point out the
    propriety of having elections often.

    — Thomas Paine, Common Sense, 1776

underthemountainbunker:

OUR CHOICE IN NOVEMBER IN TWO GIFS

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just-scream-no:

As always, I am amazed at the fireproofedness of Paul Ryan’s pants.

Paul Ryan also believes that Climate Change is a hoax. HOW DARE HE DISCUSS SCIENTIFIC ADVANCEMENT IN PUBLIC?
Fucking hypocrite.

just-scream-no:

As always, I am amazed at the fireproofedness of Paul Ryan’s pants.

Paul Ryan also believes that Climate Change is a hoax. HOW DARE HE DISCUSS SCIENTIFIC ADVANCEMENT IN PUBLIC?

Fucking hypocrite.

(via think4yourself)

In the 1970’s, it was “a hole in the ozone layer”
In the 1980’s, it was “greenhouse gases”
In the 1990’s, it was “global warming”
In the 2000’s, it IS CLIMATE CHANGE

In the 1970’s, it was “a hole in the ozone layer”

In the 1980’s, it was “greenhouse gases”

In the 1990’s, it was “global warming”

In the 2000’s, it IS CLIMATE CHANGE

(via questionall)

ryking:

Global warming in America: Arizona’s heating up the fastest, Florida the slowest

In the last 100 years, the continental United States has warmed about 1.3°F overall. But not every state has been affected the same way. Some have been warming much faster than others. A new report from Climate Central takes a finer-grained look at some of the variations.


In the 1970’s, it was “a hole in the ozone layer”
In the 1980’s, it was “greenhouse gases”
In the 1990’s, it was “global warming”
NOW, IT IS CLIMATE CHANGE
Will your great-grandchildren adapt? Or will they starve?

The only path forward for our nation is the UTTER DESTRUCTIONof this Science Denying Republican Party.
November 6, 2012  →  OCCUPY A VOTING BOOTH

ryking:

Global warming in America: Arizona’s heating up the fastest, Florida the slowest

In the last 100 years, the continental United States has warmed about 1.3°F overall. But not every state has been affected the same way. Some have been warming much faster than others. A new report from Climate Central takes a finer-grained look at some of the variations.

In the 1970’s, it was “a hole in the ozone layer”

In the 1980’s, it was “greenhouse gases”

In the 1990’s, it was “global warming”

NOW, IT IS CLIMATE CHANGE

Will your great-grandchildren adapt? Or will they starve?



The only path forward for our nation is the UTTER DESTRUCTION
of this Science Denying Republican Party.

November 6, 2012  →  OCCUPY A VOTING BOOTH

(via divineirony)

neonmojo:

Just wash the fucking spoon.

48 Senators Who Voted Against Eliminating Tax Subsidies for Big OilS.2204 - March 29, 2012
* indicates Senate Seat up for re-election this year.
Lamar Alexander  R - TN Kelly Ayotte  R - NH John Barrasso   R - WY * Mark Begich   D - AK Roy Blunt  R - MO John Boozman  R - ARScott Brown  R - MA *Richard M. Burr  R - NC Saxby Chambliss  R - GA Daniel Coats  R - IN Tom Coburn  R - OK Thad Cochran  R - MS Bob Corker  R - TN *John Cornyn  R - TX Michael D. Crapo  R - ID Jim DeMint  R - SC Michael B. Enzi  R - WY Lindsey Graham  R - SC Charles E. Grassley  R - IA  Orrin G. Hatch  R - UT * Dean Heller  R - NV *John Hoeven  R - ND Kay Bailey Hutchison  R - TX *James M. Inhofe  R - OK Johnny Isakson  R - GA Mike Johanns  R - NE Ron Johnson  R - WI Mark Steven Kirk  R - IL  Jon Kyl  R - AZ * Mary L. Landrieu   D - LA Mike Lee  R - UT Richard G. Lugar  R - IN *Grampy McInsane  R - AZ Mitch McConnell  R - KY Jerry Moran  R - KS Lisa Murkowski  R - AK  Ben Nelson   D - NE * Rand Paul  R - KY Rob Portman  R - OH Jim Risch  R - ID Pat Roberts  R - KS Marco Rubio  R - FL Jeff Sessions  R - AL  Richard C. Shelby  R - AL  John Thune  R - SD Patrick J. Toomey  R - PA David Vitter  R - LA  Roger Wicker  R - MS *

neonmojo:

Just wash the fucking spoon.


48 Senators Who Voted Against Eliminating Tax Subsidies for Big Oil
S.2204 - March 29, 2012

* indicates Senate Seat up for re-election this year.

Lamar Alexander  R - TN
Kelly Ayotte  R - NH
John Barrasso   R - WY *
Mark Begich   D - AK
Roy Blunt  R - MO
John Boozman  R - AR
Scott Brown  R - MA *
Richard M. Burr  R - NC
Saxby Chambliss  R - GA
Daniel Coats  R - IN
Tom Coburn  R - OK
Thad Cochran  R - MS
Bob Corker  R - TN *
John Cornyn  R - TX
Michael D. Crapo  R - ID
Jim DeMint  R - SC
Michael B. Enzi  R - WY
Lindsey Graham  R - SC
Charles E. Grassley  R - IA
Orrin G. Hatch  R - UT *
Dean Heller  R - NV *
John Hoeven  R - ND
Kay Bailey Hutchison  R - TX *
James M. Inhofe  R - OK
Johnny Isakson  R - GA
Mike Johanns  R - NE
Ron Johnson  R - WI
Mark Steven Kirk  R - IL
Jon Kyl  R - AZ *
Mary L. Landrieu   D - LA
Mike Lee  R - UT
Richard G. Lugar  R - IN *
Grampy McInsane  R - AZ
Mitch McConnell  R - KY
Jerry Moran  R - KS
Lisa Murkowski  R - AK
Ben Nelson   D - NE *
Rand Paul  R - KY
Rob Portman  R - OH
Jim Risch  R - ID
Pat Roberts  R - KS
Marco Rubio  R - FL
Jeff Sessions  R - AL
Richard C. Shelby  R - AL
John Thune  R - SD
Patrick J. Toomey  R - PA
David Vitter  R - LA
Roger Wicker  R - MS *

(via amodernmanifesto)

Schadenfreude
(google it)