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The Left and My Chemical Romance

The more I think about it. The more I think the left have listened to far too much My Chemical Romance and are literally becoming a greatest hits of theirs.

You have…

“I’m not okay”

“I’m not okay
I’m not okay
Well, I’m not okay
I’m not o-fucking-kay
I’m not okay
I’m not okay (okay)”


You have…

“The Black Parade”

“Because one day I’ll leave you
A phantom to lead you in the summer
To join the black parade.”


You have…

“The Ghost of you”


“Or the last thing I see
You are never coming home, never coming home”


And finally you have…

“Cancer”

“Now turn away,
‘Cause I’m awful just to see
'Cause all my hair’s abandoned all my body”


I rest my case

Hillary Clinton shared some exciting news today on Twitter - over 15,000 women have signed up to run for office through our #RunToWin program! She continues to inspire us all to resist, persist, and enlist. We’re proud to be fighting with her to elect even more women to office.

independent.co.uk
Trump to strip all funding from State Department team promoting women's rights around the world
Donald Trump plans to strip all funding from a State Department bureau that promotes the rights of women around the world, it has emerged. Oxfam America led criticism of the move, saying said cutting funds for the Office of Global Women’s Issues would have “dire consequences for millions of people, as well as our global standing”.

Hillary Clinton established the Office of Global Women’s Issues as Secretary of State. Now Trump is working to dismantle it.

Hockersmith (redecorated the White House for the Clintons) took a hands-on approach to some elements of the redecoration, including the placement of the Clinton’s personal photographs and the knickknacks they brought with them from Little Rock, including a memorable collection of frogs. When Hillary and Bill were dating, it seemed, he had charmed her with a story from his childhood. The punch line was: ‘You can’t tell how far a frog will jump until you punch him.’ Translation: You never know how far you can go until you try- an apt anecdote for the ambitious young couple. When her husband first ran for office, Hillary gave Bill a drawing of a frog being punched and jumping with the saying underneath. In 1993, for her birthday, Bill gave her a glass frog wearing a crown and a note that read: 'This could have been me if you hadn’t come along.’
—  The Residence by Kate Andersen Brower
Top 10 Television Couples
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Both equally awkward in their own way, Jess and Nick are on their way to becoming TV couple royalty, but because the relationship is new, they’ll be ranked #10 on the list. They must earn their seniority.

9. Zack and Kelly

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From Saved By the Bell, Zack Morris and Kelly Kapowski’s classic teenage romance nabs them the number 9 position. Unfortunately the extreme cheesiness of the show is what keeps the relationship from ranking higher.

8. Jesse and Rebecca

Have. Mercy. It doesn’t matter how old you are, you will always have a crush on wild free-spirited Uncle Jesse and you’ll always be jealous of Rebecca, the one who tamed him. Their relationship was cheesy in all the right ways and you have to admit that your heart melts every time you watch him sing “Forever” at their wedding.

7. Sabrina and Harvey

He fell in love with a witch. That is seriously hardcore commitment.

6. Lizzie and Gordo

You can’t help but relate to little awkward frizzy haired Gordo. His love for Lizzie melted our hearts, but damnit he should’ve been more assertive because this kiss was way too overdue.

5. Ross and Rachel

When this was the result of their first kiss you knew they’d be one of the best TV couples of all time. What keeps them from being higher on the list? The 10 years we spent agonizing over whether or not they would actually end up together.

4. Cory and Topanga

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These two took high school sweethearts to a whole new level, since they basically started dating in elementary school. I barely even like myself for a whole day, God knows how these 2 have liked each other since the sandbox days.

3. Chuck and Blair

The only reason they’re not number one on the list is because I’m bitter about the fact that I’m not Blair Waldorf.

2. Monica and Chandler

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A complete surprise, a tear-jerking proposal, and a sense of silliness unmatched by any other couple, Monica and Chandler rank number 2. You just don’t stick your head in a turkey for someone unless you’re in love with them.

And who’s the number 1 couple? Read more to find out!

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BARACK: “Sooo…..ummmmm…..
TRUMP: ”……“
BARACK: ”……did you see ‘Suicide Squad’?“
TRUMP: "Um…uh, no. I’m not really a 'Star Wars’ fan.”
BARACK “………….Jesus Christ–”

Australian Flight Officer Hillary scored a kill on 31 August 1940 when he used his aircraft to down three Bf 109s and scoring one probable over Dungeness - he had accidentally formed up with a flight of Bf 109 Emils thinking that they were Hurricanes after he was separated from his own unit.

Source:  Aircraft of the Aces: The Legendary Spitfire Mk I/II 1939-41 by Alfred Price (1996)

I emailed my Liberal MP (I just moved out of an NDP riding) regarding my concerns around C-23 and received, what I assume is, a general response from his office…still, I’m pleased to receive a response and was wondering what your thoughts may be on it:

Thank you for writing to MP Terry Beech with your concerns regarding Bill C-23, An Act respecting the preclearance of persons and goods in Canada and the United States. Terry appreciates hearing from constituents about their concerns and priorities, and asked me to follow-up with you to provide greater details and clarifications on Bill C-23.

The Government knows that a secure but smoothly functioning border is absolutely essential to the economic prosperity of both Canada and the United States. Preclearance at Canadian airports, in place for several decades now, is an important advantage for Canadian travellers, as it helps to avoid lineups and delays, and also enables more direct flights between many Canadian cities and U.S. airports not otherwise equipped to receive international travellers, such as Ronald Reagan Airport in D.C. and LaGuardia in New York City.

Each year, 12 million passengers undergo preclearance at eight major Canadian airports, including YVR, with little incident. Due to the success of the program, Prime Minister Trudeau and then-President Obama concluded a new agreement in the spring of 2016 which creates a framework for the expansion of land, rail, marine, and air preclearance between both countries. The Obama administration and the Congress passed legislation implementing the agreement late last year. Bill C-23, introduced last June, is Canada’s own implementing legislation.

We’ve heard from several constituents with concerns about the bill’s effect on Canadian sovereignty and the rights of travellers, and wanted to clear a few things up. Very little will change between the existing system and the proposed framework.

Most importantly, Canadian law will continue to apply within preclearance areas at all times and preclearance operations conducted by American officers must comply with our laws, including the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Human Rights Act.

While U.S. preclearance officers would indeed be permitted to detain somebody if there were reasonable grounds to believe that the person has broken Canadian law, American officers would be required to transfer that person into Canadian custody as soon as feasible, which is already the case under the current system.

If a traveller in a preclearance area decides that they no longer wish to enter the United States, they are entitled to withdraw from the area and preclearance officers would be prohibited from imposing any unreasonable delay on the traveller. That being said, they would have the authority to question the traveller about their reason for withdrawal or take a photograph to establish identity. These are common-sense security measures which will not unduly inconvenience travellers.

In terms of Canadians’ rights and freedoms, Bill C-23 and preclearance facilities actually enhance them. Many travellers entering the United States would normally clear customs and immigration on the American side, subject only to that country’s laws. In preclearance facilities, however, travellers are protected by our own laws and both Canadian and American officers are subject to the requirements of the Charter.

Expanded preclearance is a very positive development for Canada’s thriving tourism and travel industries. It has been lauded by the Canadian, BC, and Quebec chambers of commerce, as well as travel operators such as Vancouver’s Rocky Mountaineer and Toronto’s Porter Airlines. This government will continue to work hard to promote economic growth and travellers’ interests, while upholding the Charter and Canadians’ fundamental rights and freedoms.

Once again, thank you for writing to Mr. Beech about Bill C-23 and preclearance. I hope that we were able to address your concerns. Please don’t hesitate to write again, should you have questions or comments on this subject or any other.

Best regards,


Stewart McGillivray
Member’s Assistant
Office of Terry Beech, MP

Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard

Member of Parliament for Burnaby North-Seymour

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AlltheCanadianPolitics: Still doesn’t address all of my concerns about the bill. I’d be more ok with Mr. Beech’s reasoning if Hillary Clinton was in office, and not Trump. Border security guards in Trump’s America are already ‘acting rogue’ and disobeying federal judge’s rulings. I’m still very uncomfortable that we’re giving American Border guards the ability to carry weapons and detain suspects on Canadian soil.

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Bernie Sanders does not want you to write him in as a third-party candidate.

I’m going to do everything I can to defeat Donald Trump. I think Trump, in so many ways, will be a disaster for this country if he were to be elected president. We do not need a president whose cornerstone of his campaign is bigotry…is insulting Mexicans and Latinos and Muslims and women. Who does not believe in the reality of climate change when virtually every scientist who has studied this issue understands we have a global crisis. This is not somebody who should become president.”  x

anonymous asked:

So because someone is a in different political party then you it makes you uneasy? You are a nasty person. I know many democrats who would have had trump in office then Hillary. You are one cruel and nasty person.

WORLDS BIGGEST SIGH

hello it’s me, your local Nasty Girl, who is made uneasy by those who support a man who has admitted freely to sexually assaulting women.

it’s me, your fave Cruel and Nasty person, who doesn’t understand how anyone supports a man who is not only a racist and bigot but who is a known antisemitic figure!

it is I, the Nasty Girl, who doesn’t really care if people are Republican or Democratic but DOES care when they vote for a man who is actively trying to take rights away from me and my friends and family.

BUT YOU’RE SUPER RIGHT I AM INDEED CRUEL AND NASTY FOR NOT SUPPORTING THOSE WHO SUPPORT A CRUEL AND NASTY HUMAN BEING 

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