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The wisdom of pacifism that would lead to a conservative/liberal role reversal

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Conservatives would agree with this, liberals would at best be indifferent. ;-)

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There are some not-so-eerie similarities between this word and "disaster."

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This is funny, and you don't actually need the force to sense this from liberals...

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From Crushin Libs

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Check out these 24 Vintage GOP presidential campaign posters

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How's this for a Throwback Thursday post?

This was an interesting set of graphics to collect. I didn't get every Republican candidate who ever ran, I just grabbed the posters that got my attention. This goes all the way up to 1984.

To the best of my knowledge these are in chronological order.

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When it comes to this HOT liberal issue of the day these guys are looking at YOU, not a mirror...

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It's to the point of being a truism that every political issue that liberals treat as one of "morality" is also one of supreme hypocrisy in which they want whatever is proposed to be enforced on EVERYONE except THEMSELVES.

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See? SEE?!? This is why we can't let Democrats run education anymore...

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I don't know where this is from, but it has Common Core written all over it...

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There's a reason shampoo bottles are more complicated than they need to be...

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Obama could end the Ukraine crisis in one move if he'd just take it...

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From Crushin Libs

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20 slogans and graphics to have handy as we enter the 2014 election season

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Many of these I've created (they're either original or adapted from somewhere else), some are classics (like the Sham Wow one) and some I just discovered for the first time today.

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Technological advances have given us the ability to make some family portraits extra special

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I can't even place the very first moment I heard of it, but I was in my very early teens when the internet started "happening."

By the time I was 20 we didn't know what we'd do without it, and that was before social media like Facebook was even created.

I say that because I really try to imagine in my mind living in the world without any of it, which is only possible because the first third of my life was that way. In some ways it seems nice to me, like life would be less...noisy.

And then I see something like this and it all gets thrown right out the window.

Found at The Meta Picture

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