“BREAKING: Court Refuses To Intervene In Case of 40,000 Missing Voters In Georgia” Reply


THINK PROGRESS

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“17 Times Obama Did Things We Absolutely Do Not Agree With” Reply


THE HUFFINGTON POST/COMEDY

Our fearless leader has seen his fair share of controversies throughout his tenure in the Oval Office.

Most recently, there was the tan suit fiasco, soon followed by “Lattegate,” and thenone or two more.

But he’s also committed some lesser-known atrocities — like being that guy who films something with an iPad. No one likes that guy, Mr. President. No one. Let’s take a moment to remember all these times Barack Obama was literally the worst:

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THE NATIONAL MEMO

Senator John McCain (R) Arizona

Senator John McCain (R) Arizona

“Did you see this?”


Democratic Party

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“‘Turn Out For What:’ Lil Jon Has Got The Beat To Make Your Booty Go Vote”


HUFFINGTON POST

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CARTOON #3 (Money is the root of all evil.”)


viopol1

“Message Delivered: Obama Rallies Democrats as the Economy Takes Center Stage”


POLITICUS USA

This is exactly what the base needed. After a grueling beatdown of false equivalency narratives in the media, some of the President’s supporters found their spirits sagging in the lead up to the midterm elections. But all they needed was a POTUS push. And it’s here.

This is exactly what the base needed. After a grueling beatdown of false equivalency narratives in the media, some of the President’s supporters found their spirits sagging in the lead up to the midterm elections. But all they needed was a POTUS push. And it’s here.

“Obama: Action by me on immigration not a matter of if, but when”


CBS

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“Court Strikes Down GOP-Backed Voting Restrictions In North Carolina”


HUFFINGTON POST

WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Wednesday ordered a lower court to block two new voting restrictions in North Carolina, saying there was “no doubt” the measures would disenfranchise minorities.

North Carolina will now be required to reinstate same-day voter registration, as well as allow voters to cast ballots even if they show up to vote in the wrong precinct.

In a two-to-one ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit ruled that “whether the number is thirty or thirty-thousand, surely some North Carolina minority voters will be disproportionately adversely affected in the upcoming election” and that it was important to act now, since “there could be no do-over and no redress” once the election was over.

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