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The 20 Best, Worst, Most Offensive and Most Ridiculous Tweets About Romney And the NAACP

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Romney was booed about an hour ago at the NAACP convention (unless you‘re a conservative, in which case it sounded like a standing ovation) in the most predictable outcome to anything ever. But Twitter is a void that must be filled, and fill it we all did. Here are the ten best, worst, most ridiculous, unbelievable or flat-out strangest responses to Romney’s vowing to repeal Obamacare to a room full of Democratic voters:

 

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10 Other Completely Obvious Stories Anderson Cooper Can Break For Us

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Now that we have Anderson Cooper’s email containing the least-shocking revelation of all time, perhaps the gleamy-eyed anchor can break a few more stories. Brace yourselves:

 

 

 

10. Vaccinations do not cause autism. 

 

 

 

9. In ten two years, no one will remember or care about Justin Bierger (Beiber?).

 

 

 

8. The following people and products did not deserve the awards given to them: Crash, Sandra Bullock, Diablo Cody, Junot Diaz, Foo Fighters, Slumdog Millionaire, Philip Roth,American Beauty.

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Assange Loses Extradition Case as Anonymous Vows Revenge

In a majority verdict today, the British Supreme court dismissed Julian Assange’s appeal against extradition to Sweden on rape charges, sending Assange’s legal battles into a second round, and potentially provoking a disruptive response from Anonymous that threatens to instigate even more vitriolic debates about internet censorship.

Let’s sum up what has happened so far. Sometime in 2010, Assange, a former computer hacker, waltzed into the media spotlight when his brainchild online organization, Wikileaks, released confidential video footage and U.S. diplomatic cables relating to Iraq and Afghanistan. The information WikiLeaks released marked the largest leak of classified information the U.S. had ever seen, and revealed the identities of a number of sources used by diplomats and intelligence agents, putting the sources’ lives in danger… Read more.

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Newsweek Tweaks America’s Collective Nipple With Baiting Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What makes Sullivan’s piece even odder is how he has forgotten the lessons of this even which he covered so thoroughly, and the abdication of the White House’s obligations to those freedom loving Iranian dissidents…Read More

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