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In a just world this we would see Planned Parenthood in this negative light ALREADY...

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The evil Hitler perpetrated is unfathomable to rational civilized people. Yet you could fit almost four Nazi holocausts in the the body count laid at America's feet by Planned Parenthood.

And yet liberals think the God they don't believe in should bless that organization.

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Check out these 24 Vintage GOP presidential campaign posters

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How's this for a Throwback Thursday post?

This was an interesting set of graphics to collect. I didn't get every Republican candidate who ever ran, I just grabbed the posters that got my attention. This goes all the way up to 1984.

To the best of my knowledge these are in chronological order.

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Technological advances have given us the ability to make some family portraits extra special

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I can't even place the very first moment I heard of it, but I was in my very early teens when the internet started "happening."

By the time I was 20 we didn't know what we'd do without it, and that was before social media like Facebook was even created.

I say that because I really try to imagine in my mind living in the world without any of it, which is only possible because the first third of my life was that way. In some ways it seems nice to me, like life would be less...noisy.

And then I see something like this and it all gets thrown right out the window.

Found at The Meta Picture

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Guess what's in Grumpy Cat's litterbox? Exactly what you should expect to find!

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Granted in spite of Hollywood's politics there are some actors in this shot I do like.

Still, this is freakin' perfect. HUGE kudos to whoever thought of this.

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Look what Hollywood liberals were greeted with during this years Oscars...

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This is brilliant. h/t iOwnTheWorld

I normally have a perennial Oscar piece I trot out (here), and in the past I would do agitprop based on the nominees of the year. I didn't do it this year because I paid absolutely positively no attention to that stuff this time around. It just wasn't on my radar.

I suspect I'm not alone, the cultural relevance of the season of narcissists engaging in self-congratulation has definitely been waning since I was a child. As long as Hollywood remains a godless, leftist cesspool that's a good thing.

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Finding Nemo fans will find this tweet VERY amusing

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I wanted to say it was hilarious, but I didn't want to be presumptuous that everyone here has a sense of humor, but hopefully you all know sarcasm (mine, and her's)...

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Do you know someone foolish enough to think it's cool to wear their pants low? Show them this ASAP...

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There's a two step process to sharing this graphic:

1. Show this to the offender.

2. Wait for the chance to say "you're welcome."

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Three great quotes from the late Shirley Temple

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They sure don't make 'em like they used to.

Part of a series of nine (I picked out the ones I liked best), see them all at The Meta Picture

On a side note, my daughter has really curly hair like Temple’s was, and my wife and I get comments from people all the time that she reminds them of Temple. The most striking comments come from young people who you’d think would regard Temple as ancient history. With all of the pop culture history that has come since Temple's time young people STILL think about and remember her.

THAT is an enduring legacy!

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This funny pro-bullying joke actually does have a point...

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I've actually thought about this in a more serious way than this graphic presents. While I understand why anti-bullying campaigns have been springing up I'm noticing that like with all the other "isms" out there people are starting to misuse the term in the same way the left uses "racism" to squelch discussion they don't like.

Only yesterday I was part of a Facebook thread about politics where a liberal friend whipped out the "B" word against a conservative friend in reaction to him saying something the liberal friend didn't like.

My conservative friend was displaying a different "B" word...backbone. Yet rather than take on the merits of what he was saying the liberal friend rested their case on his being a "bully" and then washed their hands of the discussion.

I've been noticing it in political discussions on TV a lot more too, I could be wrong, but the pendulum has only begun to swing, so I think we'll see A LOT more of this tactic before it gets better.

As with everything else with good intentions I'm not sure (speaking from my own experiences) that the anti-bullying movement is doing kids any favors. Life in the real world can be a big kick in the nuts sometimes, the kids who learn it early have a good head start on figuring that out.

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I can't possibly be the only one who thought this about the U.S. Olympic teams uniform...

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2012 was a swing an a miss...this time around it was a swing, miss, and then the freakin' bat slipped out of the designers hands...

It's the Olympics, not an ugly Christmas sweater contest.

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