Author: LOLGOP

Happy Birthday, RomneyCare

Happy Birthday, RomneyCare

How Mitt Romney sold out his greatest achievement in search of a talking point I’ve often said that Mitt Romney running against ObamaCare is like Madonna running against Lady GagaCare. ObamaCare is a tribute to what worked in RomneyCare made national.  It is already helping save many of the 45,000 Americans who die every year for lack of insurance. Yep. […]

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It’s time to apologize for Rick Santorum

It’s time to apologize for Rick Santorum

Santorum’s concession speech is the closest he’ll ever get to an “It Gets Better” video Of all this President’s many progressive achievements—the Lilly Ledbetter Act, Student Loan Reform, Health Care Reform, pulling out of Iraq—the one that isn’t mentioned enough in the feeds I follow is the the ending of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ The DADT compromise enacted during the […]

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Why I Consider the Ryan Budget a ‘Cry for Help’

Why I Consider the Ryan Budget a ‘Cry for Help’

Mr. Ryan knows firsthand how lazy the government dole can make you. Rep. Paul Ryan is fond of saying that our safety net has turned into a “hammock that lulls able-bodied people to lives of dependency and complacency, that drains them of their will and their incentive to make the most of their lives.” He’s a leading purveyor of the […]

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Thank You, George W. Bush

Thank You, George W. Bush

You’ll never believe who Mitt Romney thinks we should thank for preventing a Great Depression. Here’s something that should blow your Splenda-addled mind: Though 56% still blame George W. Bush and the GOP for the financial crisis we’re climbing out of, the former president is still more popular than current GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney. 34% of voters view Mitt Romney […]

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How the Republican Party Fails Miserably and Still Wins

How the Republican Party Fails Miserably and Still Wins

Why refuting conservative lies will never work. I’ve been haunted by a question recently: How did the GOP win the House in 2010? I can’t even come up with analogy to express my disbelief of this insane fact that we’ve been living with for more than a year now. How can I explain the dismay at watching the GOP win […]

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Ann Romney: ObamaCare Poster Woman?

Ann Romney: ObamaCare Poster Woman?

We can’t give all Americans a car elevator, but we can help everyone get decent health care. A few weeks ago we learned that Mitt Romney’s palatial estate in La Jolla not only had its own lobbyist, it also had a car elevator. Yes, an elevator just for cars. Maybe Mitt paid for it with the pittance, only a few […]

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Republicans Tell Democrats to Quit Being Hysterical

Republicans Tell Democrats to Quit Being Hysterical

This is no War on Women. It’s simply a uteri-policing action. Reince Priebus is a Republican from Wisconsin, where they apparently grow conservatives so bland it almost blurs their extremism. Like Scott Walker and Paul Ryan, Priebus uses a condescending tone and denial to make a case for policies that exclusively benefit a group I like to call “rich, penised […]

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Mitt Romney v. Everything People Hate About Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney v. Everything People Hate About Mitt Romney

We need government to protect us from people like Mitt Romney. In 2009, as it was organizing, promoting and explaining how non-partisan the Tea Party was, Fox News adopted a simple talking point. The Fox Effect describes that Fox’s Bill Sammon instructed his staff to call any suggestion of a buy-in federal health care plan a “government option”. Basically, never […]

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LOL Book Club: The Fox Effect

LOL Book Club: The Fox Effect

The antidote to email forwards from your uncle. Conservatives have been getting their news from clowns for years. But something changed in 2009. From 2001 till the end of January 2009, the conservative movement held the White House for eight years and the Congress for six. And by the end of Bush’s second term it was evident that the GOP […]

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Who Said It? Mitt Romney or Mitt Romney?

Who Said It? Mitt Romney or Mitt Romney?

The true story of a real boy trying to become a puppet. Yesterday Ann Romney said the general election campaign will “unzip” her husband to reveal just how not “stiff” Mitt actually is. Echoing the “Etch A Sketch” comment from a few weeks ago, Mrs. Romney is suggesting we haven’t met the Mitt Romney yet. Though Mitt has been running […]

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Mitt Doesn’t Value Work

Mitt Doesn’t Value Work

Romney. It’s Mandarin for “job creator”. In one sentence, what’s wrong with the American economy after 30 years of conservative voodoo economics? We don’t value work. I say “we” because, like it or not, we all go down together. We—though we may know better—allow our society to be co-opted by those who value playing with money more than working for […]

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