Late Night: Rainbows and Oreos

By: Tuesday June 26, 2012 8:00 pm

I love Oreos, now celebrating their 100th anniversary, even more because they put out this image as the the first in a series of 100 “current event” promos as part of recognizing their centenary. In fact I may go buy a bag tonight, GMO or not, because naturally the sandy-pantied homo-haters have gotten all het up over this on Oreo’s Facebook page.

You’re Doing It Wrong > 9000: RNCLatino Outreach Site Full of Spam and Epic Fail

By: Thursday June 14, 2012 3:30 pm

Gods Bless America! If this wasn’t the GOP, I’d swear these folks are high. The website RNCLatino.com, designed as outreach to Hispanic voters, used a photo of children found on Shutterstock.com with the following tags: “activity, asia, asian, cheeks, children, cool, cute, enjoy, expression, friend, friendship, funny, future, gang, grass, group, happy, humor, interracial, japanese, joy, jump, kid, link, love, park, people, person, play, poor, relax, sleep, small, smile, social, spring, student, study, summer, sweet, thailand, together, trendy, union, united, young, youth.”

Wingnuts’ Photo Fail: Desperate or Just Stupid Morans?

By: Monday October 17, 2011 6:01 am

Wingnuts have been circulating this photo, claiming it’s from Occupy Wall Street. One woman who claims to work/have worked at the New York Stock Exchange posted it on her Facebook page and where it was shared over 1000 times wrote this as the caption: This is the NO-CLASS Wall Street occupiers. They are rutting in [...]

Late Night: The Triumph of the Willfully Ignorant

By: Monday September 13, 2010 8:00 pm

Americans didn’t exactly live up to the Founding Fathers’ ideals this past weekend.

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