Christianist Nutball Frank Wright: There Is Legislation In Congress [There Isn't] That Will Outlaw Bible
Matt Taibbi: The Romney-Ryan tax plan should be laughed at (via Raw Story )
Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi said Monday on Current TV that it was appropriate for Vice President Joe Biden to laugh at his Republican challenger Paul Ryan during last week’s debate “I think what he did — and he got heavily criticized for laughing and bringing this mocking tone…
Jon Stewart: Fox News so desperate to spin VP debate they had to call a doctor (via Raw Story )
On his show Monday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart lampooned the reaction to the vice presidential debate at Fox News. Stewart noted that while the liberal hosts on MSNBC accepted that Romney outperformed Obama during their first debate, the hosts at Fox News did everything they could to “…
Could these people be any more ignorant?
Via the ACLU:
The ACLU went to court to help Rubbie McCoy and other Detroit area homeowners fight for justice. We're suing Morgan Stanley, the Wall Street investment firm, for discriminating against black homeowners and violating federal civil rights laws by providing strong incentives to a subprime lender to originate mortgages that were likely to be foreclosed on.
It is the first lawsuit linking Wall Street firms bundling of unjustifiable high-risk mortgages to racial discrimination. And it is the first in which affected homeowners are directly suing an investment bank rather than the subprime lenders who preyed on communities in order to feed Wall Street's thirst for risky mortgages.
Learn more about the case: http://www.aclu.org/big-profits-broken-dreams
From Daily Kos:
Last Thursday, Stephen Colbert had brilliant segment of Formidable Opponent, where he debated himself about Mitt Romney's positions. And in it, there was one key question he asked which lays to waste Romney's entire tax proposal.
Ignorant Troglodyte @BryanJFischer Thinks "Political Leadership Ought To Be Reserved For The Hands Of Males"
Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Billie Jean King, George Takei, Wanda Sykes, Zachary Quinto, and Chaz Bono share why they're supporting President Obama and why Mitt Romney isn't the choice for them.