As new anti-gay marriage campaigns are released in anticipation of the 2012 referendums, let’s see how far homophobic ads have come (or not).
“I’m going to live my whole life and die right here in front of my laptop while Romney talks.”
Vanessa’s Team Pick: More than 25,000 transgender American citizens may face stiff barriers to voting in the November 2012 election; the National Center for Transgender Equality wants to change that.
Judge Robert Simpson ruled that “authorities had not done enough to ensure that potential voters had access to the new documents.”
Barney Frank is the latest and greatest oral historian for the Mitt Gets Worse project.
Did you know that you can vote in US elections from abroad? Our constitutional rights to vote don’t go away when we wave goodbye to the U.S. border for an extended period of time.
“Clearly, there’s no one better positioned to talk ‘heartland values’ than Tammy.” (It’s actually true, though.)
If you don’t have anything nice to say, maybe don’t run for President?
“But we also believe in something called citizenship citizenship, a word at the very heart of our founding, a word at the very essence of our democracy, the idea that this country only works when we accept certain obligations to one another and to future generations.”
For the first time, there is at least one LGBT delegate from every state. Obviously, the time of LGBT influence is now.
Our least favorite conservative gay group should have made a dance video instead.
Over on their DC Decoder page, the Christian Science Monitor published a helpful guide on where both President Obama and Mittsy stand on what they at their newspaper call “gay issues” but what I like to call “issues that concern U.S. citizens who are also humans.”
“If you also find yourself shifting between states of “Fuck this, I’m moving to Canada and I’m taking all of the undocumented folks with me! ” and “I fucking love ‘Merica and apple pie,” this playlist is for you.”
Or, “The One Where Clint Eastwood Does That Thing With The Chair, Oh My God.”
Rachel’s Team Pick: “I know we’re in Florida, buuuut it’s a visor. You’re not supposed to wear these! BEYOND drab.”
Ali’s Team Pick: It’s like Shazam for politics!
Todd Akin is awful, but the idea of “legitimate rape” isn’t going to go away if he does.
Mittsy’s new running mate is “thrilling,” “intellectual,” “a firebrand,” and also a regressionist who wants to take America back to 1932.
The Democratic Party is officially adding a “plank” to their party platform supporting gay marriage.
Not scared of Mitt Romney yet? Let this new oral history project fill your heart with fear and your pockets with voter registration slips.