This is what’s happening on Venezuela right now. Please reblog to spread the word. We had a fraud on the presidential elections. People are getting killed for defending their rights. I know what happened in Boston is extremely horrible too and I am really sorry about that but maybe you can help us too. Please guys reblog this so the whole world can know the truth!
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The next time conservatives try to pretend the screaming bigots are a minority, remind them that every Republican presidential candidate makes an appearance at CPAC. Wallowing in the mud with the lowest racist scum has become a requirement for any serious conservative politician.
This isn’t a few fringe radio hosts, this is every major candidate from one of our two parties.
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If voting doesn’t matter then why are Republicans trying SO hard to disenfranchise voters under the guise of “preventing voter fraud”? Please tell me.
People fought and died for the right to vote in this country. If you don’t want to vote that’s fine, but stop spouting ignorant bullshit in an attempt to sway others.
But the last-minute nature of the call for donations left some in the campaign concerned that they would end up with an empty truck. So the night before the event, campaign aides went to a local Wal Mart and spent $5,000 on granola bars, canned food, and diapers to put on display while they waited for donations to come in, according to one staffer. (The campaign confirmed that it “did donate supplies to the relief effort,” but would not specify how much it spent.)
As supporters lined up to greet the candidate, a young volunteer in a Romney/Ryan t-shirt stood near the tables, his hands cupped around his mouth, shouting, “You need a donation to get in line!”
Empty-handed supporters pled for entrance, with one woman asking, “What if we dropped off our donations up front?”
The volunteer gestured toward a pile of groceries conveniently stacked near the candidate. “Just grab something,” he said.
Two teenage boys retrieved a jar of peanut butter each, and got in line. When it was their turn, they handed their “donations” to Romney. He took them, smiled, and offered an earnest “Thank you.”
Maricopa County Puts Out ANOTHER Spanish-Language Flyer With Wrong Election Date
The general election is Nov. 6, but Spanish-speakers in Maricopa County, Ariz., are being told otherwise, with now two documents from the county’s elections department stating the date — in Spanish — as Nov. 8.
They are direct translations of English-language documents, except for the date — which in both cases is listed correctly in English, but not in Spanish.
The latest — a bookmark distributed by the elections department — was passed along to HuffPost on Tuesday by minority advocacy group Campaign for Community Change. (View the bookmark below.) It says, “Register today! Exercise your right to V-O-T-E!” and goes on to list important dates. Yvonne Reed, spokesperson for the Maricopa County Department of Elections, told HuffPost that some of the Spanish-language notices were incorrect because the department used the election date from last year, but that they are no longer being distributed.
The county had to apologize last week for a similar mistake on documents attached to updated voter registration cards. Those papers also listed the general Election Day as Nov. 8 in the Spanish version, even though the English-language version has the correct date.
Reed told ABC News last week that the incorrect documents went out to relatively few people and the mistake was quickly fixed.
“It’s an honest mistake,” she told ABC News. “Between the time the voter [who caught the mistake] came in to our front counter to get her card and we were notified of the error, the mistake had been corrected.”
Reed pointed out Tuesday that the election date is listed correctly in Spanish on the department’s website and in material from the candidates, and said officials will do what they can to fix the confusion.
Maricopa County has a somewhat bad reputation with Latinos, particularly because of its sheriff, Joe Arpaio — who is unrelated to the elections department — and his controversial raids to net undocumented immigrants.
Latinos make up 30 percent of the population in the county.
Campaign for Community Change criticized Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell, who oversees the elections office, for the repeated Spanish-language form mistakes.
“That’s three strikes for Purcell, and she knows it,” Rudy Lopez, national political director for the Campaign for Community Change, said in a statement Tuesday. “No reasonable person can believe that these are all honest mistakes. Purcell has made it hard not to suspect an obvious attempt at the County Recorder’s office to suppress Latino voters.”
This is the best.
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[literally puts dick in ryan’s ear]
LAUGHING SO HARD I THREW UP A LITTLE
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