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Sun January 08, 2012
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(Yahoo) Interesting Santorum's daughter might not have been so upset in that famous election night photo if she'd realized her dad's income was going to soar 600% after he left the Senate  (news.yahoo.com) (118)
(Some Guy) Asinine Kansas GOP Speaker of the House sends emails praising The Obamas. LOL, Just kidding... He sent emails asking friends to pray for Obama's death and calling the First Lady "Mrs. YoMama"  (www2.ljworld.com) (226)
(Some Guy) Dumbass Romney claims the U.S. is "inches away from no longer being a free economy." Politifact throws gasoline on Romney's pants, flicks a match in his direction  (politifact.com) (279)
(Yahoo) Dumbass Not news: Republicans want to repeal Obamacare. News: They actually have a proposal with which to replace it. Fark: It looks an awful lot like Obamacare  (old.news.yahoo.com) (178)
(Some Guy) Followup For CBS covering New Hampshire, Ron Paul is he that shall not be named  (libertypulse.com) (294)
(Telegraph) Interesting ...and then Helena Bonham Carter jumped out of the cake nude  (telegraph.co.uk) (98)
(Huffington Post) Followup How is Mitt Romney like Clark Griswold? Well, let's just say we might be witnessing the beginning of Wallygate  (huffingtonpost.com) (145)
(NPR) Unlikely The latest fundie teabagging right-wing news outlet to wonder if Obama is waging a war on religion is...NPR? That's it, cut the funding  (npr.org) (226)
(Some Guy) Fail When even Texas of all places criticizes your juvenile sentencing laws you might want to consider looking at said laws more closely  (masslive.com) (34)
(Bloomberg) Ironic Arizona's Governor on ObamaCare: This violates the tenth amendment. We shall fight this. Arizona's Governor on Medical Marijuana: This violates Federal law. Who are we to question them?  (bloomberg.com) (158)
(Talking Points Memo) Amusing Hard to say really. I think these are either pictures of John McCain endorsing Mitt Romney or Mr. Potter plotting to murder George Bailey  (media.talkingpointsmemo.com) (38)
(Some Guy) Followup Answer: this law was one of the tenets of justice for 800 years in the UK before it was repealed in 2003  (news.sky.com) (71)
(Talking Points Memo) Amusing Newt Gingrich: "The fact is I never asked for a deferment, I was married with a child, it was never a question." Ron Paul: "When I was drafted, I was married and had two kids. And I went." Oh snap  (2012.talkingpointsmemo.com) (279)
(New York Magazine) Silly Meet the newest GOP fringe group, ABR, which stands for Anyone But Romney  (nymag.com) (40)
(Talking Points Memo) Dumbass Rick Perry's campaign death-knell continues on as he announces that he would put troops back into Iraq  (2012.talkingpointsmemo.com) (91)
(Marketwatch) Interesting Pentagon says it wants a leaner military. Plans to immediately issue smaller MRE's  (marketwatch.com) (57)

Sat January 07, 2012
(Washington Post) PSA Tonight, the remaining GOP candidates square off in preparation for the New Hampshire primary. Will Santorum blast Romney? Will it be worth watching since Bachmann is gone? The derp begins at 9pm ET on ABC  (washingtonpost.com) (lots)
(WorldNetDaily) Dumbass Michael Savage calls President Obama a "dictator coming out of his chrysalis." Oooh, someone got Savage a word-a-day calendar  (wnd.com) (156)
(Yahoo) Scary Try not to get too creeped out by the photo  (news.yahoo.com) (165)
(CNN) Ironic Santorum: Obama is a snob for wanting Americans to be educated   (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com) (311)
(Some Guy) Scary While Americans worry about the relationship status of the Kardashians, Congress is looking at a new way to strip Americans of their citizenship if they get all protest-y  (addictinginfo.org) (252)
(CNN) Interesting SCOTUS to begin taking oral arguments on FCC regulations regarding indecency on prime-time television. You said "oral", heh heh  (us.cnn.com) (38)
(Slate) Obvious More CO2 means more environmental damage and death-and the only way to address it is to cut carbon emissions. While this makes for a catchy political message, it has the distinct disadvantage of being wrong  (slate.com) (125)
(Boston Herald) Ironic Elizabeth Warren, our famed champion against the evil corporations, has taken in 40 million from corporations in the last 7 years  (bostonherald.com) (219)
(Reuters) Followup In case if you have missed it, yesterday was the day that President Obama's lawyers went before the Supreme Court to explain how forcing Americans to give money to corporations is somehow constitutional  (reuters.com) (212)
(LA Times) Interesting California Dream Act petition drive falls short, on such a winter's day  (latimes.com) (169)
(Washington Post) Interesting Michele Bachmann raises the fashion bar, level of acceptable derp for female politicians  (washingtonpost.com) (34)
(The Daily Caller) Amusing Santorum: I'll abolish the 9th Circuit Court no matter WHAT the Constitution says. Oh, and ship their justices to Guantanamo  (dailycaller.com) (161)
(BBC) Misc Jamaican prime minister says it's high time to sever ties with the Queen  (bbc.co.uk) (47)

Fri January 06, 2012
(Talking Points Memo) Amusing Sen. John McCain: "I am confident with the leadership and backing of the American people, President Obama will turn this country around"  (2012.talkingpointsmemo.com) (150)
(News Hounds) Unlikely Bill O'Reilly says his show will "play a major role in the presidential race." You can't explain that  (newshounds.us) (95)
(Some Guy) Dumbass Anti-Obama Facebook groups plan to fly "Impeach Obama" banner over Super Bowl  (beforeitsnews.com) (240)
(Minneapolis Star Tribune) Stupid Who wants a Wonder Bread and Miracle Whip Sandwich? Who wants to see Tim Pawlenty come out to support Romney? That Venn diagram completely overlaps  (startribune.com) (31)
(JSOnline) Dumbass News: Partner of former top aide to WI Gov Scott Walker found with child pornography on his computer. Fark: Said porn obtained via an account with screen name "Walker04"  (jsonline.com) (120)
(Think Progress) Asinine House Democrats flood in during a pro-forma session to demand that they start work. Inspired by their commitment to the country, the House Republicans agree and begin legislating. Just kidding, they cut off C-SPAN again  (thinkprogress.org) (141)
(Politico) Followup Herman Cain says he will torpedo someone's campaign on January 19th  (politico.com) (61)
(Huffington Post) Interesting Meghan McCain blasts Santorum. Well, I guess we all know now what she was doing earlier  (huffingtonpost.com) (116)
(Daily Kos) Dumbass Boehner: Obama can't appoint anyone, because we're in session. Democrats: Okay, then let's get to work today. Boehner: We can't because we're not in session  (dailykos.com) (219)
(Bloomberg) Dumbass Newt Gingrich: I can't talk about what I did at Freddie Mac due to confidentiality agreement.. Freddie Mac: Yeah, about that, Newt, it's open mic month  (bloomberg.com) (25)
(CNN) Amusing 'Romney Camp rips Santorum'. Sounds like a gay version of the infamous bean eating scene from Blazing Saddles  (cnn.com) (33)
(The Daily Beast) Dumbass "President Obama has exceeded his powers by making a recess appointment" says the guy who said the last President had the legal right to crush a child's testicles   (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com) (76)
(Economist) Amusing The Economist discovers what happens when you google 'Santorum'. Stiff upper ... lip, and all that  (economist.com) (101)
(Showbiz Spy) Obvious Bristol Palin hates her fame. That makes all of us  (showbizspy.com) (116)
(The New York Times) Interesting President Obama is trying to tie the Republican candidates to the unpopular Congress using a two-tier strategy. Let's see if the Republicans notice  (nytimes.com) (52)
(Talking Points Memo) Unlikely Rick Santorum between huffs of bug spray: unemployment has been dropping because of "optimism that Republicans will take the White House"   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (117)
(New York Magazine) Silly Psychic spider-monkey will predict the winner of the New Hampshire primary. It's more scientific than a caucus, at least  (nymag.com) (30)
(RealClearPolitics) Amusing Obama visits high school, tells students that he's inspired by their bullshiat-detection acumen  (realclearpolitics.com) (93)
(Breitbart.com) Hero Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow, the White House, George Soros, and the mainstream MSM media were in cahoots to steal the election for Obama until heroic blogger-patriots delayed the release of a movie about bin Laden's murder  (bighollywood.breitbart.com) (155)
(Yahoo) Amusing NOW suddenly, Gingrich doesn't think "Citizen's United " was such a great ruling after all  (news.yahoo.com) (141)
(NYPost) Obvious The case for harmonious lock-step authoritarian group-think  (nypost.com) (28)
(Daily Mail) Obvious Rick Santorum encounters that part of the graph that shows how college-aged students feel about gay marriage, gets booed off stage  (dailymail.co.uk) (315)
(Mother Jones) Interesting Will New Hampshire's much-hyped bloc of independent voters give Jon Huntsman and Ron Paul a win? Probably not, because they don't exist  (motherjones.com) (20)
(wmal.com) Silly GOP Florida Rep. Allen West hates President Obama's plan to cut military spending and that Speaker Boehner is leading an effective "kabuki dance" in Congress. Now there's a horrifying image you can never take back  (wmal.com) (53)
(Some Hater) Obvious China is all over Pakistan like a drunk prom date. Pakistan ready to take the relationship to "a new level". US sits in corner and glares  (tribune.com.pk) (33)
(Some Guy) Obvious Former Republican almost-governor denied college post teaching law, due to his political views. Bu-bu-but diversity   (intellectualconservative.com) (74)
(Yahoo) Ironic MA Senator Scott Brown comes out in support of Obama's appointment of Cordray to run the CFPB. If he'd done that with Obama's first choice, he might not be about to get his ass kicked in the next election  (news.yahoo.com) (46)
(Yahoo) Interesting Rick Santorum is a dedicated humanitarian and "defender of the most vulnerable". Says who? Some guy named Bono, apparently he's in a band or something  (news.yahoo.com) (36)
(Salon) Amusing Glenn Greenwald: If liberals said Bush was "shredding the constitution" for the War on Terror, not to call Obama on it is intellectual dishonesty of the worst kind. Liberals: DIE, HERETIC, DIE  (salon.com) (191)
(National Review) Unlikely Rick Santorum didn't say the word "black" when referring to welfare recipients, he said "bligh," obviously referring to welfare queen ship captains against whom we must rise up in mutiny  (nationalreview.com) (410)
(American Thinker) Sad In Barack Obama I saw a man who could single-handedly destroy the country and someone with no respect for the history, the Constitution, or the people of the United States  (americanthinker.com) (139)
(Daily Mail) Fail Not news: photograph emerges of Mitt Romney in Vietnam demonstration. Do not pass news, proceed directly to Fark: in support of the Vietnam War  (dailymail.co.uk) (156)
(Politico) Interesting What's the best way to beat liberals? Imitate them  (politico.com) (143)
(Washington Post) Interesting Kentucky Woman indicted on charges of threatening former President George W. Bush. Neil Diamond reported to be inconsolable  (washingtonpost.com) (19)
(The Daily Show) Followup Daily Show interviews the man who tried to join the GOP but was denied because he was Muslim  (thedailyshow.com) (68)
(Crooks & Liars) Ironic Stupid: New Hampshire GOP passes new bill allowing parents the choice to not educate their children. HILARIOUS: Request must be made in writing  (crooksandliars.com) (234)
(ABC) Followup Wherever Newt Gingrich buys his shoes, we hope they put some nice flavoring on them  (abcnews.go.com) (46)
(The New York Times) Hero Santorum: "All the people that live in the West Bank are Israelis. They're not Palestinians - there is no Palestinian - this is Israeli land"  (thelede.blogs.nytimes.com) (224)
(Boston Globe) Amusing Boston Globe passes over Mitt Romney and endorses Jon Huntsman. Awkward  (bostonglobe.com) (83)

Thu January 05, 2012
(Talking Points Memo) Followup Iowa caucus voter counter says Mitt Romney accidentally received 20 extra votes from his district. If that's true, there's going to be a lot of Santorum on GOP leaders' faces come tomorrow   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (99)
(Education News) Asinine Who are you going to believe about new Obama brain surgery death panels: 1. An anonymous guy calling into a right-wing talk show with secret proof, or 2. thousands of actual brain surgeons?  (educationviews.org) (132)
(Talking Points Memo) Asinine Good: Romney's new tax plan includes tax increases. Fark: For those making less than $40K a year  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (140)
(Scientific American) Obvious Newt Gingrich named geekiest GOP presidential candidate by Scientific American; promptly cancels his subscription and starts subscribing to Discover  (scientificamerican.com) (49)
(CNN) Amusing CNN decides to get Conservatives all frothy by saying Santorum is trying to impose 'Judeo-Christian Sharia'  (cnn.com) (198)
(Talking Points Memo) Dumbass Gingrich says he's going to barge into the next NAACP conference and tell them to get off food stamps. Yes, really   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (502)
(WRAL) Asinine When is the best time for the state legislature to override a veto? At midnight when the public hasn't been notified and five Democrats are absent, one of whom is in ICU after a car accident  (wral.com) (217)
(Boston.com) Followup Crazy Eyes now has to decide between re-election or bleaching her hair and working for Fox  (boston.com) (87)
(Some Guy) Obvious 45% of the people that voted for the really cool awesome dude are unemployed  (hapblog.com) (291)
(WorldNetDaily) Unlikely Mitt Romney is a secret Democrat  (wnd.com) (112)
(The Hill) Dumbass After getting into a frothy mess over his "Not wanting to make Black people's lives easier" line, Santorum connects the dots and concludes people must be angry because he said "black" and not "African American"  (thehill.com) (300)
(Yahoo) Amusing And the biatchslapping of Congress continues. After "recess-appointing" Cordray to head the CFPB yesterday, Obama did the same for the three NLRB members Republicans have been blocking since last year  (news.yahoo.com) (224)
(Huffington Post) Cool Frustrated that Pat Robertson won't spill the beans on Fartbongo's re-election chances? Get yourself a Warlock. Apparently the Mexican ones work best  (huffingtonpost.com) (21)
(Yahoo) Asinine Apparently having never heard of the states of "Ohio" or "Wisconsin"; Indiana Republicans try to force through a union-busting bill on the first day fo the legislative session  (news.yahoo.com) (125)
(Washington Post) Amusing I aint no expert on this English talk, but damn, does your headline suck  (washingtonpost.com) (25)
(JSOnline) Stupid President Obama to announce his summer jobs plan. Experts predict the economic effects shall be similar or exactly the same as all of his previous job plans  (jsonline.com) (80)
(NPR) Interesting Obama to end Kennedy's Flexible response defensive strategy. Conservatives respond with harsh remarks criticizing the font size used on the draft report  (npr.org) (35)
(truTV) Amusing A journalist's experience in Iowa. "One elderly woman told me to 'go away' when I asked her about her Romney button, and another flipped me the bird. I even tried holding a baby"  (blog.trutv.com) (69)
(Some Guy) Dumbass The five young, gay Iowa Republican caucus-goers interviewed in this article have bright futures as pretzel bakers, contortionists  (washingtonblade.com) (79)
(The New Republic) Obvious Conservative Republicans tragically fail to stick with a candidate. Not that sticking with one would be any less tragic, mind you  (tnr.com) (29)
(The New York Times) Interesting Let me posit a hypothetical of why Perry is still campaigning : Rick Perry has discovered he's the evil son of Jor-El, destined to fight his half brother Obama for control of the universe. Otherwise, it's over dude   (fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com) (25)
(Boston Globe) Obvious Joseph Kennedy III takes step toward many Fark greenlights, sends thrill up media's leg  (bostonglobe.com) (38)
(The New York Times) Interesting 2012: The year of the Obamacan?  (nytimes.com) (28)
(Politico) Spiffy Herman Cain to enter the lucrative 'vanity bus tour' market, directly competing with established brands like Sarah Palin  (politico.com) (26)
(Some Guy) Interesting Fresh off his last-place finish in Iowa, Jon Huntsman reminds everyone he's still in the race, still thinks he's relevant. Which, given past history, means he'll be the new GOP frontrunner by Sunday  (portsmouth-nh.patch.com) (44)
(CSMonitor) Obvious It took a special commission to conclude California doesn't have $100 billion to spend on railroads  (csmonitor.com) (179)
(Fox News) Dumbass Gingrich: "I represent a genuine insurgency." Apparently didn't get the memo explaining how the U.S. deals with insurgents  (foxnews.com) (43)
(Reuters) Spiffy Reforms are coming / But not too fast / Just around the corner / Comes freedom at last / Burma raves  (reuters.com) (16)
(CBS News) Hero Rand Paul: My daddy says that if you want to snort coke off of a whore's tits, then God bless you  (cbsnews.com) (78)
(Yahoo) Dumbass Ron Paul's version of "Joe the Plumber" is Jessie the Soldier, whose habit of campaigning for Paul while in full uniform may soon earn him a new title: "Jessie the court-martialed"  (news.yahoo.com) (180)
(Salon) Ironic Rick Santorum is now channeling St. Augustine. I wonder if he knows St. Augustine was a bastard drunkard whore-of-a-man who turned to the church only because his mommy told him to?  (salon.com) (27)
(MSNBC) Interesting Jon Huntsman is a nihilist! Fark me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of Romney's flip flopping, Dude, at least it's an ethos  (firstread.msnbc.msn.com) (19)
(Yahoo) Strange Jack Abramoff is speaking out against corruption in Washington and wants to work with the Occupy Wall Street movement. Read that sentence again, slowly. Enjoy your aneurysm  (news.yahoo.com) (60)
(USA Today) Sad After getting behind the latest front-runner and only finding santorum, the Tea Party is left unsatisfied and still searching for a unifying candidate  (usatoday.com) (36)
(Boston.com) Obvious In pushing for quick approval of the Keystone pipeline, the oil industry's top lobbyist tells Obama that he's got real nice presidency there, it'd be a shame if something happened to it  (boston.com) (126)
(Buzzfeed) Amusing Twitter reactions of 25 people who just googled "Santorum" for the first time  (buzzfeed.com) (142)
(CNN) Obvious It's official: The Bush tax cuts caused a "trickle up" effect  (money.cnn.com) (262)

Wed January 04, 2012
(Salon) PSA Rick Santorum is against non-reproductive sex. Yes, even if you're married  (salon.com) (491)
(Think Progress) Stupid Worried about monarchical rule and inability of local barons to control peasants? Well, New Hampshire might have a solution  (thinkprogress.org) (68)
(Mother Jones) Unlikely Newt Gingrich bows out of the GOP race with his trademark class and poise  (motherjones.com) (182)
(Huffington Post) Fail George Washington: Make the most you can of the Indian Hemp seed and sow it everywhere. Newt Gingrich: I think George Washington would have rather strongly discouraged you from growing marijuana  (huffingtonpost.com) (79)
(New York Daily News) Sad Mitt Romney is so anti-gay rights that he will kill PBS to prevent Bert and Ernie from getting married. This link is brought to you by the number 2012 and the letter R  (nydailynews.com) (89)
(The Raw Story) Asinine Fox News blames "left-wing blog Politico" for weak GOP field, forgets to blame Texas Bumpkin, Pizza Man, Crazy-Eyes, King Newt, Flip-Flopper, RON PAUL, or Creepy Catholic  (rawstory.com) (127)
(CBS News) Amusing Last night in Iowa--the only place quieter than the Michelle Bachmann headquarters? The Barack Obama caucus meetings  (cbsnews.com) (112)
(Fox News) Scary Fox News explores whether every musician except Kid Rock is part of a secret conspiracy to keep all the really good campaign songs away from the GOP  (foxnews.com) (251)
(Salon) Stupid The @MentionMachine ranks candidates based on how often they're tweeted about, so congratulations, President Paul  (salon.com) (34)
(CSMonitor) Followup Rick Perry has assessed that the Iowa voters don't know what they're talking about, stays in the race for some reason  (csmonitor.com) (55)
(The New York Times) Hero Despite the best efforts of the GOP to block him, Obama recess appoints the first ever head of the Consumer Financial Protection Agency  (thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com) (516)
(Washington Post) Interesting China to North Korea: "Don't pee on the electric fence you chuckle heads"  (washingtonpost.com) (27)
(Politico) Obvious Ron Paul, deeply ashamed of his third place finish in the Iowa caucus, assures his followers "there's nothing to be ashamed of"  (politico.com) (287)
(Cato) Obvious November '11: Team Obama announces historic effort to fight $60b annual Medicare fraud. December '11: Team Obama abandons historic effort to fight $60b annual Medicare fraud  (cato-at-liberty.org) (192)
(CBS News) Followup USS Crazyeyes hits iceberg, sinks without a trace  (cbsnews.com) (369)
(Buzzfeed) Obvious McCain to endorse Romney. In related news, hotel rooms are going fast for Obama's second inauguration ceremony next January  (buzzfeed.com) (85)
(The New York Times) Interesting U.S. engages Muslim Brotherhood. Not that there's anything wrong with that  (nytimes.com) (32)
(Some Guy) Sad Chronic KY gubernatorial candidate Gatewood Galbraith passes  (state-journal.com) (58)
(Politico) Amusing According to RON PAUL, RON PAUL is real winner at the Iowa caucuses. RON PAUL  (politico.com) (162)
(Huffington Post) Followup Rick Perry expected to secede from Presidential race  (huffingtonpost.com) (111)
(MSNBC) Followup Romney comes first, followed by Santorum  (nbcpolitics.msnbc.msn.com) (278)
(Fox News) News Santorum surprises caucus in a tight one  (foxnews.com) (309)
(Huffington Post) Silly Guess who knows who the next president will be? God. Guess who God told? Pat Robertson. Guess who Pat Robertson is going to tell? NOT YOU  (huffingtonpost.com) (184)

Tue January 03, 2012
(Washington Post) Dumbass Mitt Romney: "Obama will make us a welfare state, he will poison the spirit of America, and he will keep us from being a Nation Under God. He's also the great divider and I'm an optimist"  (washingtonpost.com) (133)
(Some Iowan) Interesting After a year and a half, tens of millions spent, and several candidates; so begins the actual voting. (Your Iowa Caucus thread.)  (iowagop.org) (lots)
(Some Guy) Interesting GOP brain trust likes the idea of a Thune, Rubio, Rice for Mitt Romney's Vice President pick, or one Christie  (usnews.com) (32)
(ACLU) Spiffy ACLU's Liberty Watch 2012 issues its Civil Liberties Report Card on the candidates: Highest Score (and lowest probability of actually being elected): Gary Johnson  (aclulibertywatch.org) (39)
(The Daily Caller) Amusing Rick Santorum's nephew openly endorses Ron Paul. Awkward  (dailycaller.com) (52)
(OKHenderson) Obvious "Republican candidates more interested in defeating Obama than rebuilding America" says known socialist Obama supporter Mike Huckabee (R-Arkansas)  (okhenderson.com) (254)
(The New York Times) Interesting Here's the defense budget. Now, here's the defense budget after your cuts  (nytimes.com) (205)
(CBS News) Fail Herman Cain's qualifications for Secretary of Defense include serving several dangerous tours in the Omaha province and braving the streets of NYC to take a tour of the Intrepid  (cbsnews.com) (152)
(Huffington Post) Ironic Iowa's Republican frontrunners taking cues from A: Pollsters? B: The public? or C: Sharia Law?  (huffingtonpost.com) (102)
(My Fox DC) Interesting Michele Bachmann wins in Iowa...what?...oh  (myfoxdc.com) (67)
(Mediaite) Obvious Barney Frank offers succinct new slogan for Democrats: 'We're not perfect, but they're nuts'  (mediaite.com) (276)
(Politico) Amusing Donald Trump is ready to run on a third party ticket because he thinks the candidates are yo-yos  (politico.com) (80)
(CNN) Scary Five Taliban factions merge to form Taliban Voltron. Princess Allura last seen scrambling for a burka  (cnn.com) (48)
(Washington Post) Interesting Congress wins Washington Post's praise by doing nothing, which let electric vehicle tax credit, subsidies for ethanol expire  (washingtonpost.com) (194)
(The Raw Story) Stupid It's like he's not even trying any more  (rawstory.com) (276)
(Fox News) Obvious Motherfarkin' caucuses, how do they work? Fox News readers want to know  (foxnews.com) (97)
(MSNBC) Obvious Fark's favorite clown car family supports Rick Santorum for President  (firstread.msnbc.msn.com) (73)
(Buzzfeed) Unlikely Just so you can say you've now seen it, here is Ron Paul's secret plan to actually win  (buzzfeed.com) (143)

Mon January 02, 2012
(LA Times) Fail Some Iowa Democrats caucusing for RON PAUL because Obama is too weak-kneed and conservative  (articles.latimes.com) (404)
(Washington Post) Dumbass Newt Gingrich says Obama shouldn't take 2012 salary because he won't be in the office much and he doesn't have a pocket constitution to govern with  (washingtonpost.com) (119)
(Politico) Silly Santorum blasts Bill O'Reilly for refusing to put him on the program. O'Reilly expected to cite FCC decency laws strictly prohibiting showing santorum on television  (politico.com) (53)
(The Raw Story) Interesting Cantor: "I'll never compromise my core issues" Reporter: "What about Reagan? He raised taxes." Cantor: "You know what? I never thought of things that way. Interesting" No, ha ha, just joking...he spazzed out  (rawstory.com) (205)
(Washington Times) Unlikely /usr/bin/curl http://www.johnkerry.com/ › ~mromney/html/index.html   (washingtontimes.com) (69)
(CNN) Interesting Because of Iowa's halfway decent economic state, they might be disinterested in candidates focusing on the economy. With helpful photo of what Iowans disinterested in a candidate may look like  (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com) (30)
(NewsBusters) Unlikely Rachel Maddow (with a straight face): "there may be liberals on TV at MSNBC, but the network is not operating with a political objective"  (newsbusters.org) (308)
(Yahoo) Amusing Bachmann admits to supporters that it will take "a miracle" to save her campaign. Apparently she figures that since God isn't busy with Tim Tebow anymore, maybe he's got some spare time  (news.yahoo.com) (23)
(Washington Post) Stupid Can Obama win re-election as a mere-mortal? Or must he regain immortality and run again as the Messiah? Can he be the same Messiah, or a different Messiah? Someone sounds concerned  (washingtonpost.com) (101)
(Talking Points Memo) Obvious A look at just who votes in Iowa's Republican caucus. Yes, they're mostly old white people  (2012.talkingpointsmemo.com) (44)
(The Daily Beast) Amusing How nasty is the 2012 election going to get? Well, it hasn't offically started yet, and Mitt Romey has already compared Barack Obama to Kim Kardashian  (thedailybeast.com) (56)
(CNN) Followup "Perry zeroes in on Santorum." With unfortunate photo selection   (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com) (22)
(AFP) Scary Right now, six people running for the job of the leader of the most powerful nation on earth are trying desperately to convince voters that they don't believe in science and won't govern based on it  (thejakartaglobe.com) (511)
(CNN) Obvious Iowa voters don't feel the remaining Republican candidates for President give them enough options. Apparently some chapters of the DSM-IV still don't have candidates representing them  (cnn.com) (87)
(CBS News) Obvious The overhyped, unrepresentative Iowa caucuses  (cbsnews.com) (65)
(MSNBC) Amusing Newt Gingrich claims he's been "Romney-boated". Hey, he should feel lucky he wasn't Santorumed instead  (firstread.msnbc.msn.com) (56)
(BusinessWeek) Asinine Either this article is about politics, or "Iowa Surprise" is a euphemism for a frightening sex act  (businessweek.com) (29)
(The New Yorker) Interesting Top GOP electoral outcomes the press is secretly hoping for: 1) RON PAUL because RON PAUL, 2) Huntsman because hot daughters and wife, 3) a late entry because no, not Santorum, he's at 5)  (newyorker.com) (34)
(CNN) Spiffy Colorado becomes fourth state to petition U.S. government to reclassify marijuana  (edition.cnn.com) (89)
(Huffington Post) Dumbass Rick Perry "talks bumps and grinds," but not in his fabulous jacket  (huffingtonpost.com) (8)
(truTV) Unlikely Everything tin foil hatters need to know about the tin foil hat candidate, such as how his tin foil hat image is the result of tin foil hat lies spread by tin foil hatterists against him  (trutv.com) (11)
(Huffington Post) Stupid Ron Paul reminds us that the Civil Rights Act destroyed private property as part of his "Ok guys, I'm gonna tank my campaign" final push  (huffingtonpost.com) (180)
(NYPost) Fail Basket Weaving 101 has been replaced with Drum Circle Pounding 101  (nypost.com) (257)
(AP) Obvious Michele Bachmann: Vote for me because I don't have a penis  (hosted.ap.org) (108)

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