A Special Place In Hell

Congress Passes Wind Something

The teabaggers caved.

We still have a government. (Mostly).

And somewhat of an economy. (Mostly).

And Ted Cruz is still a douche. (Abso-fucking-lutely)

And John Boehner is still a spineless drunk. (Oh hayell yes).

Carry on, America and world. Nothing to see here.

What’s the over/under on the teabaggers starting impeachment proceedings by MLK Day?

Yeah, I bet you're dying for a martini or 5.

STFU

Sandy baby now thinks Bush v. Gore maybe wasn’t such a good idea.

Sandra

O’Connor Questions Court’s Decision to take Bush v. Gore [Chicago Tribune]

PHOTO of JIM HOFT Person of Idiot in Orgy of Internet Shaming About to Commence

Kick me. Hard. In the nuts.

The “Gateway Pundit” is far from alone in rushing to persecute an innocent victim of the Boston Marathon bombing — Hi, Pam! — but his eagerness to visually identify the not-suspect is illustrative:

Never mind.

Let’s run down that post, taking care not to name the poor guy, who’s suffered enough…

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It’s Funny Because People Died When You Were In Charge

Craven War Criminal Opens Mouth, Tempts Fate…

“If President Obama were participating in his intelligence briefings on a regular basis then perhaps he would understand why people are so offended at his efforts to take sole credit for the killing of Osama bin Laden.” —Dick Cheney, who neither prevented the 9/11 attack nor avenged it. [Daily Caller, NYT]

I Was a Stranger, and Ye Told Me to Fuck Off…

“The Catholic Diocese of Sacramento no longer will fund programs at Francis House, a nonprofit agency that serves homeless people, because of its new director’s views supporting abortion rights and gay marriage.” [Sacramento Bee, via @pourmecoffee]

If There Was a God, Pat Robertson Would Be Dead By Now…

“Robertson continued that the tornadoes may not have happened if people had prayed for divine intervention, ‘If enough people were praying He would’ve intervened, you could pray, Jesus stilled the storm, you can still storms.’ He also told people who live in areas prone to natural disasters that it’s ‘their fault, not God’s.’[Right Wing Watch, via Political Wire]