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Video- The Daily Show: Guess Who's Coming to Howard

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Video- Paul Ryan Thinks He Can Get Obamacare Repealed

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What a maroon. Via.

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Video- Senator Rand Paul Delivers The Tea Party Rebuttal to the State of the Union 2013

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Note the part about succeeding not on who your parents are. What's your daddy's name again there Rand?

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Rick Santorum Fights Against U.N. Treaty for People With Disabilities

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Yep, let it sink in. This twisted Tea Fart is fighting against a treaty aimed to improve people with disabilities lives simply because his Teabagger antennae are overtuned. And he hasn't ruled out running for President again in 2016.

Joining Santorum was Tea Party favorite Sen. Mike Lee from Utah and members of the Home School Legal Defense Association, a nonprofit that advocates for the rights of parents who home school. The treaty, which was negotiated during the George W. Bush administration and signed by 126 countries, will be taken up by the Senate during the lame-duck session. The document essentially requires signatories to update their laws for persons with disabilities, and supporters say it could effect real change for those facing mistreatment around the world.

But Lee said he had "grave concerns" about the treaty's impact on the authority of America, and that he had gathered signatures from 36 Republicans who opposed the ratification of the treaty for similar reasons.

Mike Farris, head of the Home School Legal Defense Association, said he worried that the treaty would give the government "unilateral ability" to impact people with disabilities while parents should "get the choice of what's best for their child." Earlier, the association had expressed concern that the treaty would allow the federal government to require children with disabilities be enrolled in public schools and not be home schooled.

"We have set leadership in the world for people with disabilities. Adopting this treaty will do nothing to improve that, or people with disabilities overseas," Santorum told Whispers. "This is undermining parents, and adopting a standard that is something that folks are justifiably afraid of—which is the state having priority over the parent as to what's in the best interest of the child."

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Video- Fox's Crowley: Obama's Suggestion That With A Name Like Obama, Elections Are Always Tight Is "Bigoted"

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Ta da!!! Teh crazies have finally caught their tail and have no clue what to do with it now. Frackin' idjits. Via MM

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Video- Geraldo Rivera Apologizes To Trayvon Martin’s Parents For Hoodie Comments

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Phew. Via.

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Video- Eric Cantor:This Has Been One ‘Hard Fart Primary’

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At :14 in the clip. Wow. His accent is so funky it could have pretty much been anything, but it sounds a lot closer to "fart" than "fought". Via Gawker for the catch.

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