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Republicans, leukemia team up to fight Obamacare

No moss grows under Republican feet!

WASHINGTON—Citing a mutually shared vision of health care in America, congressional Republicans and the deadly bone-marrow cancer leukemia announced a joint effort Wednesday to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the historic new bill that extends health benefits to 32 million Americans nationwide.

“Republicans have no greater ally in this fight than leukemia,” said Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC), who was flanked by Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY), House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-OH), and the abnormal increase in white blood cells. “Denying insurance to Americans with preexisting conditions and ensuring that low-income Americans stand no chance of receiving quality health care are just a few of the core beliefs that the GOP and leukemia share.”

“And believe me, if anyone is angrier than the Republican Party that children can no longer be denied coverage for having preexisting conditions, it’s leukemia.” DeMint continued. “We’re a match made in heaven.”

In the coming weeks, Republicans and leukemia will travel the country in an effort to diminish support for the increasingly popular bill, which GOP sources said goes against everything that Republicans and the massive accumulation of toxic cells stand for.

Cancer, apparently was left stunned by the Republican snub!

Read more at The Onion

Below, Yertle the Turtle weighs in on SCOTUS decision. He seems a lil’ down, don’t cha think? He’s lost that pep in his step…

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Meet the Man Inside the Nicolas Cage Costume
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The Onion

The Onion strikes comedy gold with “Meet the Man Inside the Nicolas Cage Costume.”

If SNL could come up with with shit like this even once a week, I might actually to tempted to watch it again after… uh… decades.

Via Nerdcore

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Literally Unbelievable: Stories from ‘The Onion’ as interpreted on Facebook
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The Onion

Literally Unbelievable collects stories from The Onion as interpreted on Facebook by people, who, as source of all things interesting, Laughton Sebastian Melmoth points out, “think ‘satire’ means ‘not sat there’”.

The site is curated by Hudson Hongo, who is a contributor to McSweeney’s, The Morning News and The Bygone Bureau.

Check Literally Unbelievable here.
With thanks to Laughton Sebastian Melmoth

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