Tags: Obama politics

(Source: officialcomedy)

Tags: obama politics

I mean it.

"The Tumblr, for all its webbiness, embraced a kind of back-to-the-future sensibility: a suggestion of what campaign messaging looked like in previous ages, when it played out on the community level."

— The Atlantic, on the Obama campaign Tumblr — perhaps the best piece yet on political memedom, the uniqueness of Tumblr as a platform, and why it makes sense in the political sphere. (Only thing missing: a quote from Liba Rubenstein!)  (via jessbennett)

slacktory:

The weakest link

slacktory:

The weakest link

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jestcomedy:

In case you’re looking for an accurate post-debate poll.

jestcomedy:

In case you’re looking for an accurate post-debate poll.

collegehumor:

Sarah Silverman talks Voting

“Hey Black people, old people, poor people, and students! Guess what you all have in common? Lawmakers are trying to fuck you in your assholes!” 

WATCH THIS. It’s funny, but also important.

(Source: youtube.com)

newsweek:

President Obama ended his Reddit AMA with a “not bad,” a not-so-subtle nod to his very own rage comic, “Not Bad” face, forever securing that image in presidential history.

collegehumor:

A Day in the Life of Barack Obama
Presidentin’ Ain’t Easy

flyingscotsman:

Obama explaining the Osama Bin Laden mission (via Reddit)

Tags: lol obama

"I think same sex couples should be able to get married."

— Barack Obama (via newsweek)

(Source: thedailybeast.com, via newsweek)

slacktory:

Obama’s come out as a supporter of gay marriage. A little late to the game, but that’s pretty rad. He’s a lot like this sloth:

Do you have a gif that says, “Finally!” ?

Photo reply with your best one.

collegehumor:

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