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Again if Mr walking heart attack had simply put his hamburger shovels behind his back, he wouldn’t have had a heartbattackmfor over exerting himself. The NYPD did absolutely nothing wron. Tomthe guys slamming these NYPD officekrs, I and many here wouldn’t want any of you guys around us on a critical,incident. Hopefully you guys are desk jockeys.

An anonymous but verified police officer reacting to the death of Eric Garner, a father of six who was choked to death by NYC police over allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes.

Click here to see a litany of equally appalling (and illiterate) thoughts from other anonymous police officers on this tragic story.

Just more evidence that police brutality is systemic, not anecdotal.

he knows he has enough suckers to actually pull it off

speaking of the drooling audiences 

i recently saw a story on some awful rightwing news site like breitbart or something saying something to the effect of “Conservative tells the truth on Real Time w. Bill Maher and his liberal audience actually applauded!!!!”

and I watched the clip and Bill Maher was doing an anti-Palestinian rant and then the conservative guy chimed in with the “Muh Israel Muh Democracy Muh whatever” and the audience cheered

it baffles me how the right and left are both so stupid that right wingers would think it controversial among the lefty bill maher/ jon stewart crowd to praise israel

wait, so now Jon “I’m just a silly comedian not a news guy I don’t pretend to offer people news I just make puns so don’t ever call me on any of my bullshit because if it’s wrong it was just a joke” Stewart wants to buy CNN?

And he’s decided that instead of dipping into his own mountain of millions of dollars, he’d rather than you buy it and let him have it?

What a racket he’s got going on

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maxlibertarios:

cerebralzero:

"Saw this little guy and had to pick it up!" - Imgur


Here’s a pic of a gun next to an unknown coin for size reference but since none if us know what coin this is I have no idea how big the gun is

lol you’re such a rube

maxlibertarios:

cerebralzero:

"Saw this little guy and had to pick it up!" - Imgur

Here’s a pic of a gun next to an unknown coin for size reference but since none if us know what coin this is I have no idea how big the gun is

lol you’re such a rube

tfabrocks:

yungwavegod:

famousbutunknown:

Yo! my wifey better twerk while scrambling my eggs lol (NOTE- remember Katie from My Wife & Kids? well this is her grown up! Parker McKenna Posey)

katie done grown up

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tfabrocks:

yungwavegod:

famousbutunknown:

Yo! my wifey better twerk while scrambling my eggs lol (NOTE- remember Katie from My Wife & Kids? well this is her grown up! Parker McKenna Posey)

katie done grown up

Aww shit. 💃💃

The Eric Andre Show - Chiquita Banana Obama
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seanfindley:

the eric andre show - chiquita banana obama

i actually like this song

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What are your thoughts on elitgrechico?
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libertarians-and-stoya:

He likes booty.

One does laugh when acknowledging inordinate power, even as one deplores it.

Bill Buckley on the Israel lobby in his book In Search of Anti-Semitism. Scott McConnell explains how the National Review founder helped establish the Republican party line on Israel:

In the book are many such observations. One belongs to [Joe] Sobran, quoted from a private letter to Buckley: “When I talk to a Palestinian for an hour or two, I am struck at how absolutely bizarre it is that an editor of Commentary or the New Republic can buy a plane ticket to Tel Aviv and instantly benefit from a whole range of rights denied to the native Arabs.” 

So far as the public resolution of the issue was concerned, however, none of Buckley’s ambivalence or ability to see to see the questions as nuanced mattered. Buckley did cut Sobran loose from National Review, and Sobran’s career subsequently deteriorated into the indefensible. Buckley did conclude that what Buchanan wrote “amounted to anti-Semitism,” and even if he appended a highly qualifying clause and defended most of what Buchanan said, Rosenthal got the guilty verdict he had sought. This verdict could then be simplified by the neoconservatives contending for power on the right: “Buchanan anti-Semitic, says Buckley.” And then it could be repeated tens of thousands of times in newspaper columns and soundbites over the next decade, and a lesson would sink in: Buchanan, because of his Israel-related views, had been rightly banished from the ranks of establishment conservatism. For years hence, young conservatives with professional ambitions would draw the necessary conclusions.

(via theamericanconservative)

By the mid-to-late 1990s, National Review became monolithically neoconservative on all questions related to Israel and the Mideast, publishing nothing that would distinguish it from Commentary and the Weekly Standard. This was surely unfortunate for National Review readers, but it also had baleful consequences for the conservative movement and the Republican Party—this chorus of echoes was responsible in no small measure for encouraging George W. Bush to march the country into Iraq without hearing any dissent that might have made him pause. Because of Buckley’s capitulation, issues that should have been robustly debated were closed off. Henceforth, only one view of war, peace, Israel, and the Mideast was considered respectable.