Uprisings: American Psycho

By : Billy Manes
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It might be a nicer world if we could simply direct our horror in the direction of a singular orange blob of money who barks at babies and has people punched in the gut and carried out of his rallies. Also, words like “nigger,” “faggot,” and their likes – presented here because they were reported in video form by the New York Times from a Trump rally, not because they make for comfortable parlance for anybody with a sane mind – have no business dragging their lexicon carcasses back into the mob rule of a Republican party run afoul.

It would certainly be a nicer election in 2016 if the standard bearers were actually on an even playing field. Sure, down-ticket on Aug. 30, we’ll have our a la carte picks at whom we think best represents our interests in our own local districts and municipal governments. And we should. But when people from the Republican Party are veritably leaping from its caustic platform (“corrective therapy,” anyone?), we have problems enough without having to worry about that ingrown hair that keeps coming back.

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Republican Caitlyn Jenner not ‘outwardly’ supporting Trump

By : Wire Report
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Caitlyn Jenner says she backs the Republican party, but hasn’t “outwardly supported anybody” in the presidential race, including GOP nominee Donald Trump. She did express a preference for Ted Cruz’s candidacy, saying she would like to be his “trans ambassador.”

During an appearance on HBO’s Any Given Wednesday, Jenner said she wants “to help the entire Republican Party do a better job when it comes to LGBT issues.”

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Republicans asked if they would attend a gay wedding

By : Staff Report
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Would you go to a gay wedding? That is the question being proposed to several Republican candidates for the 2016 presidential race.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who recently announced his run for the Republican presidential nomination, was presented with the big question by Fusion host Jorge Ramos. Despite his objections to gay marriage, he said that he would go if invited.

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President Obama is re-elected, defeats Romney

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President Barack Obama won re-election Tuesday night despite a fierce challenge from Republican Mitt Romney, prevailing in the face of a weak economy and high unemployment that encumbered his first term and crimped the middle class dreams of millions.

“This happened because of you. Thank you” Obama tweeted to supporters as he secured four more years in the White House.

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