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"Listen, no matter how good a therapist is, no matter what medications a person is on, sometimes people still kill themselves and/or others. Mental health services do need to be improved, but those services can’t do it all… Yes, we need to have conversations about mental health, but first we need to decelerate the carnage. First we need to put on the band-aid."

That woman is not Adam Lanza’s mother, and she’s distracting us from the real issue (via emmtotheatt)
"(Transgender Rights are) the civil rights issue of our time"

Vice-President Joe Biden  October 30th, 2012

Politico, HuffPo, Newsmax, tomorrow it’ll be all over the place.

 WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden said transgender discrimination is “the civil rights issue of our time” during a visit to a Florida field office on Tuesday, according to pool reports.

Biden was meeting with volunteers at an Obama for America office in Sarasota, Fla., when he singled out one woman “who he thought had beautiful eyes,” reads the pool report. The woman said something to Biden that was inaudible to the pool reporter, but Biden responded to her by saying it was the “civil rights issue of our time.”

The woman, Linda Carragher Bourne of Sarasota, later said her daughter was Miss Trans New England and that she had asked Biden if he would help them.

“A lot of my friends are being killed, and they don’t have the civil rights yet. These guys are gonna make it happen,” Bourne told the reporter.

The vice president has been an ally to the LGBT community. He told gay rights advocates in August that they are “freeing the soul of the American people.” Most notably, however, he got out in front of President Barack Obama in May when he unexpectedly announced that he is “absolutely comfortable” with same-sex marriage. Obama, at the time, was still “evolving” on the issue.

(via tonidorsay)

Joe Biden keeps working on my crush

(via blackamazon)

"I must remind you that starving a child is violence. Suppressing a culture is violence. Neglecting school children is violence. Punishing a mother and her family is violence. Discrimination against a working man is violence. Ghetto housing is violence. Ignoring medical need is violence. Contempt for poverty is violence."

Coretta Scott King (via samirathejerk)

America is a violent country.

(via thewhitemankilledthetruth)

"It is understandable that the senseless killing of an ambassador is bigger news than the senseless killing of an unknown, obscure Yemeni or Pakistani child. But it’s anything but understandable to regard the former as more tragic than the latter. Yet there’s no denying that the same people today most vocally condemning the Benghazi killings are quick and eager to find justification when the killing of innocents is done by their government, rather than aimed at it. It’s as though there are two types of crimes: killing, and then the killing of Americans."

The tragic consulate killings in Libya and America’s hierarchy of human life (via emmtotheatt)
"Dear Obama, when a U.S. drone missile kills a child in Yemen, the father will go to war with you, guaranteed. Nothing to do with Al Qaeda."

Yemeni lawyer warned on Twitter last month. Ibrahim Mothana for New York Times on the inefficiency of drone strikes: How Drones Help Al  Qaeda.

Unfortunately, liberal voices in the United States are largely ignoring, if not condoning, civilian deaths and extrajudicial killings in Yemen — including the assassination of three American citizens in September 2011, including a 16-year-old. During George W. Bush’s presidency, the rage would have been tremendous. But today there is little outcry, even though what is happening is in many ways an escalation of Mr. Bush’s policies.

(via taintedsenses)

(Source: mehreenkasana)

"Stop blaming welfare recipients, unions, immigrants, gays… for your problems."

Obama (via kateoplis)
"Military spending doesn’t redistribute wealth, it’s not democratizing, it doesn’t create popular constituencies or encourage people to get involved in decision-making. It’s just a straight gift to the corporate manager, period. It’s a cushion for managerial decisions that says, “No matter what you do, you’ve got a cushion down there” ."

Noam Chomsky (via noam-chomsky)
"There was no subliminal message. In fact, I personally would encourage people not to smoke. It’s just that I’m a smoker. A lot of the people on the staff said ‘Just let Block be Block.’ That’s what it was all about."

Herman Cain’s Chief of Staff Mark Block, attempting to explain this inexplicable campaign ad.


So, the ad was legit. Wow. 

(via thedailywhat)

"… voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to do the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism."

Hermann Goering, Nazi advisor to Adolf Hitler (via emmtotheatt)
"The easiest and quickest cure of internal dissension is to portray danger from abroad."

John Foster Dulles, former US Secretary of State

Occupy Wall Street and the Iranian terror plot, anyone?

(via emmtotheatt)
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