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brashblacknonbeliever:

Apparently white folks are mad that PoC have the audacity to warn each other to be safe because Obama won last night.

Wow.

Woooooooow.

White people, please sit yo pasty asses in a corner right quick.

Are y’all forgetting what happened four years ago when Obama first took office?

Or do y’all really just not realize how tense shit is out there because it don’t affect you?

They way all of y’all, both liberals and conservatives, are acting I’m beginning to believe it’s the latter.

I’m half expecting my car to have its windows broken by my neighbors or something. Idk. I don’t look it, but I’m Puerto Rican and I’m scared as hell that some racist motherfucks are going to jump me because I have Obama stickers on my car.

newsweek-paris-france:

The front page of Liberation in Paris today.

TRACK NAME: One More Time
ALBUM TITLE: Discovery
ARTIST: Daft Punk

callmekitto:

gawkercom:

President Obama comforts a woman in New Jersey whose marina was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

As the Wall Street Journal’s Jeff Yang put it, “If enough people see it, this is the photo that singlehandedly re-elects Barack Obama.”

[Twitter via AP]

Look, I don’t think Obama’s a perfect president. But as a dude? I think he’s pretty fuckin’ awesome. And I’d rather have a theoretically so-so president in office with a good heart than a devil I don’t know who literally doesn’t give a shit about my rights.

Here’s the thing, Republicans. Here’s the real reality of the situation:

Your side is the one trying to limit our access to birth control and abortion (a legal medical procedure).

Your politicians are the ones talking about how girls “rape easy,” and your sainted Ronald Reagan is the one who started the simultaneously racist, sexist and classist myth of the “welfare queen.”

Just this week, one of your own said he supported forcing women to give birth to a rapist’s baby, and your presidential candidate said he would not withdraw his support for him.

You’re the ones pushing the rumor that Obama’s mother was a porn star who gave birth in Kenya.

Your candidate slammed single mothers right in front of the first president ever born to one.

You’re the ones suggesting bills to cut aid to new mothers.

You’re the ones attempting to defund Planned Parenthoods across the country, which primarily serve young women.

You’re the ones voting down bills like the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and the Violence Against Women Act.

Oh, and you’re the ones trying to kill Obamacare, which insures millions of American women.

So you’ll have to excuse me if I can’t get my hackles raised over a double entendre about voting and sex. If my choice is between a candidate who lets a celebrity make a cutesy video about her first time and a candidate who will not withdraw his endorsement of a man who says rape babies are part of God’s plan, it’s pretty clear who to choose.

Republicans have been hopping on the “Oh, no! Obama mentioned something about vaginas” Sanctimony Pony every chance they get because even they aren’t dense enough not to realize their party platform is inherently anti-woman. They will do whatever they can in order to pivot the conversation away from “women’s bodies should be subservient to their husbands and fertilized eggs” — because they know that both lady parts and lady smarts tremble in fear at the idea of a Romney presidency. And with good reason. As far as I can tell, most Republican politicians actually do hate me and every other liberal woman out there.

As a young woman, my health, reproductive rights and livelihood are directly threatened by a Romney presidency.

Your team is the one waging the War on Women. Trying to get my feathers ruffled because an ad subliminally mentions sex isn’t going to make me forget that.

“My party, unfortunately, is the bastion of those people — not all of them, but most of them — who are still basing their positions on race. Let me just be candid: My party is full of racists. The real reason a considerable portion of my party wants President Obama out of the White House has nothing to do with the content of his character, nothing to do with his competence as commander-in-chief and president, and everything to do with the color of his skin. That’s despicable.”

- Retired Army Colonel and former aide to Colin Powell, Lawrence Wilkerson • Diving headfirst, in the most blunt terms possible, into the media dust-up kicked off last Thursday by Romney surrogate John Sununu. Responding to news that former Secretary of State Colin Powell had endorsed President Obama, Sununu suggested that Powell had a “slightly different” reason for doing it than politics – namely, his race. Sununu reversed course on this today, saying “I do not doubt that it was based on anything but his support of the president’s policies,” but not before Wilkerson unleashed this incendiary attack on some of his fellow Republicans. An attack which, frankly, seems destined to generate a lot more heat than it does light. source (via shortformblog)

mittromneyisadouchebag:

The final debate