Dominionist Bryan Fischer has declared that Medicare and Social Security are "unGodly." Fischer is fortunate that his wealth prevents him from needing them.
At the NRA's annual convention in Pittsburgh, Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich took a break from bashing Obama to inform gun advocates that their right to bear arms comes directly from God.
Pope John Paul II is beatified by the Holy See, nudging his carcass a step closer to sainthood. Pass the peas.
One of the wealthiest members of Congress, Republican Denny Rehberg of Montana, claims that he and his wife are "struggling like everyone else." The conservative whines that he is "land rich and cash poor." Rehberg and his spouse both own businesses. I assume these people have top-notch health care and don't miss many meals. Even so, we're supposed to feel sorry for their "struggle."
According to the Gallup organization, public perception of the Tea Party has reached an all-time low.
Conservative Christians despise Planned Parenthood so much they're willing to let babies go hungry.
"Porno" Pete LaBarbera of the hate group AFTAH is calling Alvin McEwen an "extremist." (When LaBarbera finishes donning leather attire for his "undercover" S&M excursions, he should perhaps look in the mirror.)
During a speech on Affirmative Action, Oklahoma Rep. Sally Kern said that women and African-Americans make less money than white men because they're lazy. After issuing an apology, the Republican blamed the press for taking her remarks "out of context" - the well-practiced excuse of racist GOPers.
Pat Robertson is still banging on the Sodom and Gomorrah drum.
A gay Bollywood film is being financed by donations via Facebook.
Texas Rep. Blake Farenthold likens unemployed Americans to alcoholics.
Fox News executives apparently thought it would be a grand idea to have Congressman Ron Paul debate an Obama impersonator. The results are, to put it mildly, bizarre: