Bush v. Gore Archives

Karl Rove’s Disgusting Slavery ‘Joke’ Tells Us All We Need To Know About Republican Racism

June 7, 2016

Karl Rove makes slavery “joke” to vice chair of the DNC Is this what Karl Rove and other GOP analysts mean when they talk about race baiting? Rove, Republican political consultant/Fox News analyst/Bush administration chief of staff, made a ham of…

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George W. Bush Might Have Screwed Donald Trump Out Of The Presidency

March 18, 2016

Donald Trump Presidency Could Be A Pipe Dream Thanks To George W. Bush We may be on the verge of the greatest instance of schadenfreude in American — if not World — history! It turns out that far-right voters’ hopes…

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Conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Found Dead

February 13, 2016

Conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead, authorities said, Saturday. The conservative activist and judge was appointed by Ronald Reagan. He was instrumental in such far right judicial activism as the Citizens United decision. He wrote fiery dissents…

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Donald Rumsfeld Just Made A Shocking Admission To Stephen Colbert (VIDEO)

January 26, 2016

Comedian and national treasure, Stephen Colbert interviewed former Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, on his Late Show, Monday. Rumsfeld is one of the infamous masterminds of the Neoconservative movement that came into the White House after the Supreme Court gave…

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Bush v. Gore Ruling: Top 5 Consequences (At Least 1 Is STILL Killing People)

December 9, 2015

Bush v. Gore Decision Happened 15 Years Ago This Week… On December 9, 2000 — exactly 15 years ago today — The U.S. Supreme Court forced Florida to stop counting votes. The effort was meant to determine whether Democratic candidate…

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Microsoft Creating A Real World ‘Scandal?’

June 8, 2015

On the ABC show ‘Scandal,’ President Fitzgerald Grant wins the state of Ohio and the White House because of tampering with the voting machines’ computers. The candidate is unaware of this, but the cabal of advisers who know what has taken…

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