1. "

    My religion defines who I am, and I’ve been a practicing Catholic my whole life. It is particularly informed my social doctrine — Catholic social doctrine talks about taking taking care of those who can’t for themselves, people who need help. With regard to abortion, I accept my church’s position on abortion as what we call a de fide doctrine — life begins at conception. That’s the church’s judgment.

    I accept that in my personal life, but I refuse to impose it on equally devout Christians, Muslims, and Jews. I refuse to impose that on others up like my friend here, the Congressman. I do not believe that we have a right to tell other people, women, that they can’t control their body. It’s a decision between them and their doctor.

    — Joe Biden, 2012 Vice Presidential Debate (via wwwanderlust)

    (Source: josh-likes-to-cook)

  2. Let’s hope this is right!

    (Source: jerfreyy)

  4. This is awesome.

    (via iceisjustamyth-deactivated20131)

  6. jamieali:

    A lovely story about Romney/Ryan.

    Love this!!

    (Source: imaginonsensemble, via demnewswire)

  7. barackobama:

    Romney-Ryan 2012: The Go Back Team

    And here I was thinking we would have to wait until November to celebrate our victory!

    (via jerfreyy)


  8. jesseboy:

    Sometimes I feel like the Democratic party needs to stop being a collective bunch of pussies and really stand up, vocally, against the outspoken Republicans and the pack of lies and bigtory they pass off as free speech and Biblical teachings.

    We are not a Christian nation.

    Your anti-abortion and…


    (Source: jessejormpjomp)

  9. Oh GOP…REALY?!

    (via adventuringoutofarevelation-dea)

  10. truth-has-a-liberal-bias:


    Nixon During Watergate was More Popular than Congress Today

    Download the high-def versions

    Recall All Republicans 2012.

    All of them!

    (via meineigenesblog)