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  3. The Brad Pitt of the Republican Party is just a guy with long hair

    Politico has a profile this morning of congressional candidate Stewart Mills of Minnesota, who apparently has been “anointed the Brad Pitt of the Republican Party.”

     

  4. 3 gay Republicans feature their partners in campaign ads

    You’re not misreading that headline

     

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  6. I am personally offended that the man with less money won.
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    Stephen Colbert cheers Eric Cantor’s loss, rues David Brat’s cheap victory

    Brat’s low-low-budget victory was an affront to Colbert’s “golden rule of politics: He who has the gold… and that’s the end of the rule.”

     


  7. I may have the genetic coding that I’m inclined to be an alcoholic, but I have the desire not to do that, and I look at the homosexual issue the same way.
     


  8. Congress’s current golden age of cooperation and productiveness is over!
     


  9. If humans cause climate change, ‘why did the dinosaurs go extinct?’
     


  10. America has had, for over 200 years, a great bipartisan tradition of honoring those who have fought for our freedom by f—king them over once they give their guns back.
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    Jon Stewart cuttingly reminds the GOP of its own terrible VA track record

    On Monday, Jon Stewart lit into the Obama administration for not fixing the problems in the Veterans Affairs Department health care system, even though he has known about the long waits since before taking office. On Thursday night’s Daily Show, Stewart reminded the Republicans now pouncing on the VA hospital scandal that their hands aren’t exactly clean on the matter, either.

     


  11. [The] gloves are coming off — this is hand-to-hand combat, and the GOP will not be the Jay Z to Hillary’s Solange.
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    Stephen Colbert figures out that Hillary Clinton is Solange to the GOP’s Jay Z

    After a Harry Potter quip and very well-received jokes about how Hillary got to the White House the first time around, Colbert reached a not-very-surprising conclusion about what to expect in the 2016 race. Hint: It rhymes with bud-clinging.

     


  12. I’m not a Democrat. I’m an anti-Republican.

    The return of Benghazi is the latest evidence that the GOP is putting its unhinged obsessions before the good of the country

     


  13. That is impressive to see a lesbian pulling such a dick move.
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    Today in gay wrongs: Jon Stewart looks at how lesbians are faring in red America

    Most of the political (and thus media) attention in the gay rights debate centers around gay men, and gay marriage. On Tuesday night’s Daily Show, Jon Stewart decided to see how lesbians are doing, and specifically how they’re faring in gay-unfriendly red states.