Tag Archives: sarah palin

Please meet Aaron Sorkin

This interview is a little dated (it’s pre-The Social Network) but it’s the most personal one I’ve ever seen of him.  He truly is brilliant, talks about his addiction to crack while writing West Wing, how he has stayed clean for ten years, and why he hates Sarah Palin.

MSNBC host Martin Bashir gives Sarah Palin what she has coming, and apologizes

Last Friday MSNBC host Martin Bashir spoke a harsh truth about Sarah Palin in response to her remarks comparing the national debt to slavery. It’s well-known Sara Palin is just one small thump to the head from being institutionalized, and Bashir took the bait. Bashir said she could never understand the atrocities of slavery without experiencing them herself, and went on to reference a slave owner who made his slaves literally eat shit as a punishment.


Now with Teabagistan headlines like “Martin Bashir Said Someone Should Sh*t in Sara Palin’s Mouth” causing quite a fuss, he has issued an apology.

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Sarah Palin’s Backyard: Alaska Judge Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Tax Exemptions

News flash from Palinlandia: An Alaska state judge has ruled that same-sex couples are legally entitled to the same senior citizen and disabled veteran property tax exemptions as opposite-sex couples.

Read more: http://www.advocate.com/News/Daily_News/2011/09/21/Alaska_Judge_Rules_in_Favor_of_Same_Sex_Tax_Exemptions/

Almost Half of Mississippi Republicans are Against Marriage Equality

Based on the headline, I bet you think this post is about Republicans being opposed to gay marriage. If you do, you are wrong. In a recent survey, 46% of Republicans are opposed to interracial marriages. Additionally, only 40% believe that the marriages that are already performed should stay legal.

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Palin / Bachmann 2012

Message to Dan: Cross your fingers, but don’t hold your breath!

Sarah Palin.

Glenn Beck.

Tim Pawlenty

Rick Santorum.

Dan Savage hopes they’ll join the Prime Minister of Britian, a Conservative Party leader, and make a “It Gets Better” video.  Savage notes that not a single leader of the right in the United States has stepped up and taken the opportunity to speak to young gay people about suicide.

We’d love to see it too, but we, as we hope with Dan, are not holding our breath.

Time magazine has 10 Questions for Dan Savage.