Sarah Silverman took a stab at expressing her opposition to voter ID laws and now it's Michael Moore's turn.
Much like the comedian's HIGHlarious take on the issue, the documentarian recruited some old folks — a group of Americans likely to be affected by the new state laws — to talk about voter suppression.
Boy are they angry!
Since many fear that the new laws are just a shady way to exclude many Americans, likely to vote for Barack Obama, from being included in the democratic process, one senior citizen warns:
Tags: barack obama, michael moore, mitt romney, republican party, sarah silverman, senior citizens
Michele Bachmann might be having the worst political year ever!
Not only didn't she come close to securing a presidential nomination from the Republican party, but she might be losing her seat in Congress!
The proud supporter of the Tea Party movement has been reppin' Minnesota's 6th congressional district since 2007, but voters apparently have had enough of her bigoted antics. A recent poll shows she is just 2 points ahead of Democrat Jim Graves!
We're sure a lot of her
Tags: congress, democrat, election, jim graves, michele bachmann, minnesota, republican party, seat, tea party, true blood
PHEW! He's done!
Rick Santorum has reportedly called Mitt Romney to inform his competitor that he is officially ending his campaign for President!
The 2012 Republican Party hopeful is scheduled to announce his withdrawal during a press conference in Gettysburg, PA at 2pm EST!
Stay tuned for more!
[Image via WENN.]
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It appears that RuPaul may have become unwittingly mistaken for Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul, and in order to set the record straight, will be appearing at the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, NH, tomorrow at 9am!
The fabulous non-candidate explains:
Tags: confusion, red arrow diner, republican party, ron paul, rupaul
We don't even know what to say about this…
The Republican Party in Montana has formed an official platform in support of making homosexuality illegal. The policy was originally adopted in 1997 after the Montana Supreme Court struck down laws that would make "homosexual acts" a crime, but according to Montana GOP director Bowen Greenwood, the policy remains because "nobody has ever taken the initiative to change it."
That's a weak statement!!
Republican Senator John Brueggeman said:
"I looked at that and said, 'You've got to be kidding me.' Should it get taken out? Absolutely. Does anybody think we should be arresting homosexual people? If you take that stand, you really probably shouldn't be in the Republican Party."
And we agree!
These archaic policies should be illegal and we're disappointed in Montana's GOP.
Tags: homosexuality, illegal, montana, republican party, ridic