Throughout this entire election you guys have not heard me too vocal about much of anything. Especially bashing Mitt Romney or the Republican Party. Truth is, I truly feel some kind of was about both politics and religion. I think they are two of the most divisive institutions in this country. For that reason alone, I kinda just stay out of it and try to keep my opinions to a minimum.
However, when i stumbled across these pictures on a tumblr blog that carried a rather insensitive name (White People Mourning Romney) I just had to share. I figured i’d leave the whole “White People” thing out of my headline because we are now at a point were we need to be bringing folks together and causing further divide. All that being said, funny is funny and you can’t negate how humorous some of these pictures are. Check them out.
Straight up messy!! Staffers busted their butts for Mitt Romney. By the end of the election night they were tired, smelly, and bodies where sore from the long battle that was the campaign. To add insult to the emotional defeat most of them were experiencing, they couldn’t even pay for a taxi cab ride home or pay for a hamburger because their campaign credit cards had been cancelled with clandestine stealth of a thief in the night or that of a bitter presidential candidate that loss.
From the moment Mitt Romney stepped off stage Tuesday night, having just delivered a brief concession speech he wrote only that evening, the massive infrastructure surrounding his campaign quickly began to disassemble itself.
Aides taking cabs home late that night got rude awakenings when they found the credit cards linked to the campaign no longer worked. ~Forbes
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Outspoken comic Wanda Sykes says that as a black, gay woman “the only way to make the GOP hate me more is if I sent them a video of me rolling around on a pile of welfare checks.”
Logo’s 2012 election special “NewNowNext Vote with Wanda Sykes” was taped on Friday in front of a live studio audience in New York City. According to a press release, the special aims “to educate, activate and entertain viewers while shining a spotlight on the state of national politics through an LGBT lens.” Sykes navigated her panel, which included Congressman Barney Frank, news anchor Thomas Roberts, and Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen, through some heated, yet often comedic debates on topics ranging from the economy, healthcare, education, women’s rights, job protection, to, naturally, gay marriage. Continue reading
Don’t be so quick to think that all or most black people side with The Democratic Party. Believe it or not there are many African American’s, particularly the wealthier ones who’s party affiliation is Republican. Take LL Cool J for example. If this surprised you, you’d be surprise to see which other famous African American’s are Republicans as well. Catch These T’s. GET INTO IT. Continue reading
Now y’all know The Doll does not keep up with politics too much. The ish is just boring to me. If that makes me a bad person, then I’ll accept that. However, I do like to stay generally informed on whats going on. Spare me the details. When I need the political T’s, I can all ways count on Stevie over at Prune Juice Media for the scoop. Chile they say that president Obama is not fundraising nearly as much money as Mitt Romney and he sent out a “kick in the pants” to supporters about fundraising. Get into it! Continue reading