The Obama family before the White House
Barack and those mom jeans tho <.
The long tradition of powerful men in government ruining their careers for a roll in the hay stretches all the way back to the first days of the republic.
This is the most important petition in the country.
Today marks the 45th anniversary since Ernesto “Che” Guevara was captured in Bolivia. (“Do not shoot! I am Che Guevara and I am worth more to you alive than dead.”)
He would be executed the following day.
Guevara pretty much personified the line by Harvey Dent in the movie The Dark Knight, "You either die the hero, or live long enough to see yourself become the villain." He rose to prominence as a revolutionary against a brutal, vicious regime, and ended up being nearly as brutal as the same regime he rebelled against.
A real life Two Face indeed.
Watch a Pro-Obama Video Made by a Simpsons and Family Guy Animator
The quality of animation on YouTube is hit or miss, which is why it’s always nice to see the work of an accomplished professional.
Lucas Gray, an animator for The Simpsons and Family Guy, made this economy-focused piece using Obama’s speech from the 2012 Associated Press Luncheon. “Why Obama Now” seeks to debunk the concept of trickle-down economics, as explained through charts — and yes, animated conservative pundits.
Gray’s video also has its own site.
"I guess I shouldn’t make such a big deal about turning thirty.
After all, when Mitt Romney was thirty the Mormon faith didn’t allow black people to become priests or enter the sacred temple because negro skin was the mark of Cain and all black people were cursed by god, and he was still young and silly enough to think that kind of blatant nonsensical racist bullshit was totally okay.
It’s probably only in your forties that you start to use your brain and stuff. I still have time.”