a good image is worth a thousand words.... Republicans really need to listen to their Jesus.....
A Republican has characterized the Republican Party as the party of NO. I would characterize the Republican Party as the party of
Where are Republican intellectual standards? Where is a personality that represents the Republican intellectual
engine; an intellectual engine that generates governing ideas.
Am I to believe that the words of Ted Nugent, Rush Limabugh, Louie Gohmert, Sarah Palin and Michelle Bachmann represent the
intellectual soul of the Republican Party? There is no intellectual engine that drives constructive ideas in the Republican Party.
Which brings me back to epistemic closure. The engine that drives the Republican Party is religion.
And religion is best described as follows:
“Epistemic closure describes someone who is thoroughly encased in the echo chamber of their own ideology, immune to considering
other viewpoints. The term is derived from the Greek word pistis which means faith or trust. When people live in epistemic closure,
they are immune to integrity because they only trust people who already agree with their ideology. They scan potential sources of
information for the presence of code words that indicate whether or not the speaker can be trusted as a member of their own
There is NO intellectual curiosity. No intellectual honesty in the Republican Party.
“It is never just disagreement but always intellectual dishonesty that is the apologist's worst enemy. And its apprentice is ignorance.”
― Criss Jami
If one could pick ONE word from the American vocabulary to describe the Republican Party, that word is....
if someone did take the time to explain, i have a suspicion you couldn't understand....
If God created Republicans in the image of God, then
“Forgive, O Lord, my little jokes on Thee
And I'll forgive Thy great big one on me.”
― Robert Frost
Republicans protecting America on 9-11.
republicans find the events of benghazi objectionable when 4 americans are killed under the watch of democrats.
and under the watchful protection of republicans 2,977 americans are killed on 9-11.
Representative Trey Radel, Republican of Florida, who pleaded guilty in November to a misdemeanor charge of buying 3.5 grams of cocaine and was sentenced to a year of probation, resigned from Congress effective Monday evening.
hey, this guy finally fessed up..... to being a hypocrite.....
you know whats' fun?
a democrat in the white house and watching the exploding heads of republicans.
i love watching rev al.... he watches rush so i don't have to.