Posts Tagged ‘Ebola Virus

12
Mar
15

A Tweet Or Two

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Good question

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So sad that they have to respond. (Same with Travyon Martin’s parents). Their son was horrifically murdered. There shouldn’t be a burden placed on them to respond to anything. Unfortunately, we all know why they have to

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Don’t forget to tune in tonight

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05
Mar
15

A Tweet Or Two

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Another reason I give libertarian dudebros the side eye. Their economic, social, cultural, and moral stances are sometimes vomit inducing. Rape is rape. Period

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A fabulous example of the use of updog

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Oh, Canada

11
Feb
15

The President’s Day

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President Barack Obama speaks at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building about the progress made to date and further action to take on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

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President Barack Obama applauds medical professionals and U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Scott Giberson, Assistant U.S. Surgeon General who serves as the overall Public Health Service (PHS) Commander of Commissioned Corps Ebola Response in West Africa

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Brantly and Pham attend remarks by Obama about the progress made to date in the response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, from the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House campus in Washington

U.S. medical professionals who survived the Ebola virus including Dr. Kent Brantly (L) and nurse Nina Pham (3rd L) attend remarks by U.S. President Barack Obama about the progress made to date in the response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

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President Barack Obama announces he has sent Congress an authorization for the use of military force against ISIL, with Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State John Kerry and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel in the Roosevelt Room at the White House. President Obama wants Congress to authorize a three-year military campaign against ISIL, that would continue the use of air power and could include limited ground operations by American forces to hunt down enemy leaders or rescue American personnel

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10
Feb
15

A Tweet Or Two

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See, TV head honchos? When you have great representative story telling that reflects the diversity of our world today, you get HUGE ratings

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Paul Waldman: On Obama’s ‘Evolution’ On Same-Sex Marriage

In Obama adviser David Axelrod’s new book, he reveals that in 2008 the future president did indeed believe in marriage equality, but he was persuaded by Axelrod and others that it would be too risky to say publicly. So he took the standard Democratic position at the time, in favor of civil unions but against marriage rights. I imagine that exactly no one is surprised by this. And while it isn’t an excuse for deception, the decision should be understood in the context of that historical moment, The context of Obama’s falsehood is important to understand—both his own thinking and the reception his statements on the matter received.

In 2008, the Democratic Party was undergoing a rapid change in its approach to same-sex marriage, and the stated positions of almost every candidate were in flux. Four years before, when the issue exploded into national debate after the Massachusetts Supreme Court legalized marriage equality (their ruling actually came down in late 2003),  Most of the presidential contenders came down in support of civil unions but against marriage rights, a position that just happened to be where the median voter was. By 2008, everyone seemed to understand that the position all the major Democratic candidates were taking was a temporary way-station on the path to an eventual embrace of full marriage equality. Nobody really believed that was where the party and its representatives were going to stay.

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