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I Believe In Heroes, But Villains Are Betterhttp://srsfunny.tumblr.com/

srsfunny:

I Believe In Heroes, But Villains Are Better
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cnnbreaking:

the most accurate picture of the retail industry 

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So basically the Supreme Court just said that a corporation not only has free speech, can contribute as much money as it wants to political causes, it also has the ability to impose its religious beliefs on its employees and tell you what you can and cannot do with your body.

corinnestark:

But somehow when they actually have to take responsibility for things like poisoning water supplies and knowingly manufacturing goods that kill people they don’t go to jail or get shut down. 

God bless America, a country of the corporation, by the corporation and for the corporation. 

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timmywestside:

He only bends air because all the other elements are too mainstream.
His favorite band is The Arctic Hog Monkeys.

timmywestside:

He only bends air because all the other elements are too mainstream.

His favorite band is The Arctic Hog Monkeys.

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nbcnews:

Obama slams GOP lawsuit: ‘They’re mad that I’m doing something’
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President Barack Obama on Friday slammed Republicans for a forthcoming lawsuit against him over alleged abuse of executive power, saying such actions were only necessary because the GOP has been unwilling to compromise on even the most basic issues.
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nbcnews:

Obama slams GOP lawsuit: ‘They’re mad that I’m doing something’

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President Barack Obama on Friday slammed Republicans for a forthcoming lawsuit against him over alleged abuse of executive power, saying such actions were only necessary because the GOP has been unwilling to compromise on even the most basic issues.

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msnbc:

In the wake of John Boehner’s threats to sue President Obama for an unconstitutional use of executive orders to manage policy, this is how Obama stacks up in presidential history. 

msnbc:

In the wake of John Boehner’s threats to sue President Obama for an unconstitutional use of executive orders to manage policy, this is how Obama stacks up in presidential history. 

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