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March 14, 2012
21:12 // 2 years ago
January 6, 2012

"China Jon." Need we say more? A warning to all that the message in this video is fairly offensive towards Asians, but it’s worth noting that, though the person who released it goes by the YouTube handle “NHLiberty4Paul,” Paul himself is against the ad. For those not watching, the ad makes reference to Huntsman’s adoptive daughters (from China) and shows the presidential candidate speaking in Mandarin Chinese. ”I haven’t look at it, but I understand it’s an ugly ad, and I’ve disavowed it,” Paul said. “Obviously, it was way, way out order.” (EDIT: Apologies for the incorrect video at first — our wi-fi crapped out at the exact wrong time.) source

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20:13 // 2 years ago
September 10, 2011

It’s official, folks. Herman Cain is done. There’s no coming back from this awful, terrible attempt to co-opt 9/11 for his presidential campaign. That’s how awful an idea this is. He will have a hard time selling himself to anyone but the die-hards after this. (Note to potential video-watchers: This is offensive; it shows video of the plane crashes and sets it to music. Be forewarned.)

17:48 // 3 years ago
July 31, 2011
20:39 // 3 years ago
April 9, 2011
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February 6, 2011
21:02 // 3 years ago
January 19, 2011

Rush Limbaugh’s Chinese mockery: A possible double-standard?

  • 2006 Rosie O’Donnell made a kinda-crude impersonation of Chinese people when she was on “The View,” leading right-wing bloggers to jump all over her and force an apology from the firebrand.
  • 2011 Rush Limbaugh does the exact same thing – except five times as long, more exaggerated and while talking about the Chinese president. So, what’s gonna happen this time, guys? source
21:24 // 3 years ago