Thursday’s Potpourri: Photo’s And Some Comedy On The “Fiscal Cliff”

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Fiscal Cliff | The Simpsons | Animation on FOX


Published on Dec 4, 2012

Still reeling from the presidential election results, Mr. Burns takes a few minutes to explain the upcoming fiscal cliff.

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‘Gangnam Style’ Gets Political – Can it Fix the Fiscal Cliff?


Published on Dec 5, 2012

Why is Sen. Alan Simpson dancing ‘Gangnam Style’? He’s starring in a social media campaign to engage young people in the debate over the fiscal cliff. The Can Kicks Back co-founder Ryan Schoenike joins digits to discuss











Pennsylvania Judge Postpones Voter ID Law UNTIL AFTER Election!!! TeaTardedRepubliCANTS……S.U.C.K. IT!!


By Jueseppi B.





Hat Tip/Shout Out to The Fifth Column & Kstreet607


Pennsylvania Voter ID Law Ruling: Judge Halts Enforcement Of Law For Election


 of Huffington Post


A Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday postponed the enforcement of the state’s new strict voter ID requirement until after the November presidential election.


In a much-anticipated ruling, Commonwealth Court Judge Robert E. Simpson Jr. ordered that voters without government-issued photo ID should be allowed to cast regular ballots.


“That’s a huge win,” said Witold J. Walczak, an attorney with the ACLU of Pennsylvania, “because last week the judge was suggesting that he was going to have every [voter without ID] vote provisionally.”


At the same time, the judge specifically ruled to allow the state to continue its education and advertising campaign, which currently tells voters that IDs are required.


Walczak said that if the state doesn’t change that message, “we may be back in court.”


“You can’t be telling people you need ID if you’re not actually requiring ID,” he said. “That advertising has to be modified to reflect reality.”


“Confusion is not a good thing on election day,” he said. “Confusion is going to mean some voters stay home. Confusion is going to mean that some poll workers get it wrong.”


Matthew Keeler, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania secretary of state, said the state is “pleased because the law itself hasn’t changed. What’s going on is there’s a soft rollout for the general election, just like the primary.”


Voters will still be asked for ID, he noted. If they don’t have it, they’ll be given information on how to get it.


As for the advertising campaign, “we’re looking into what needs to be updated,” Keeler said. “To completely take that away, would just muddle the area, as it were.”


“We’ll work on fixing things if we think they need to be fixed,” Keeler added.


Opponents of the law had expressed fears that it could dissuade or prevent tens of thousands of mostly poor, elderly, young or infirm citizens from voting.


Simpson’s injunction “will have the effect of extending the express transition provisions of [the new law] through the general election,” the judge wrote. That means that, just like during the primary election, voters will be asked for ID but still be allowed to vote if they don’t have it.


The law as passed by the Republican legislature and signed by the Republican governor had only allowed people without ID to cast “provisional” ballots, which would be thrown out unless they returned with ID within six days.


The Pennsyvlania legislature is one of several that, after Republicans took control in 2010, passed legislation to make it harder, rather than easier, to vote.


The voter ID bills, like similar moves to restrict voter registration,eliminate early voting, purge voter rolls and send pollwatchers into minority precincts. All are ostensibly intended to prevent voter fraud, an almost nonexistent problem according to research on the issue. In contrast, such moves have a disproportionate effect on minorities and young voters, and ultimately serve to block legitimate but probably Democratic voters from exercising their constitutional rights.


Simpson’s new decision comes six weeks after he upheld the entire lawas is.


His initial ruling dealt mostly with whether the General Assembly had the authority to establish such voting requirements. Simpson decided it did — basing his decision in part on a bigoted and discredited 19th century state court decision.


Opponents of the law appealed, and Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court sent the case back to Simpson, this time ordering him to rule on the practical side of things, namely: Was the state upholding the law’s procedures for deployment of ID cards such that there would be “no voter disenfranchisement” as a result?


The high court’s order seemed designed to force the judge to enjoin the law, given that the state had stipulated it wasn’t following the exact procedures set out in the law and that so many registered voters clearly still lacked ID.


Witnesses last week movingly described the many frustrating barriers faced by the elderly and infirm in particular in their attempts to get ID.


But on Thursday, Simpson indicated that he would let “the good parts” of the bill stand.


I don’t care what the “experts” say, this is amazingly great news. TeaTardedRepubliCANTS……S.U.C.K. IT!!



Homer Simpson And Barack Obama


By Jueseppi B.





THE SIMPSONS – Homer Votes 2012


Published on Sep 20, 2012 by 

Who will Homer Simpson vote for in the 2012 Elections? Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?

Catch the season premiere of THE SIMPSONS on SUN 9/30 at 8/7c, on FOX!







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Preserving – Obama for America TV Ad


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“It’s true, Mitt Romney will replace Medicare‘s guaranteed benefits with a voucher system. The Romney-Ryan plan could raise senior’s costs up to $6,400 a year. While under President Obama: a 75% increase in health-care fraud prosecutions, lowering senior’s Medicare premiums and out-of-pocket costs. And eliminating $156 billion in wasteful Medicare subsidies to private insurance companies. A difference that matters”






Where Change Comes From


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