Link round-up for 18 November 2012
We never should have let that kind of people into the military.
Vintage comics were inadvertently steamy.
Rich people have plenty of silly things to spend money on (found via Mendip).
Now that the election's over, celebrate with these fine whines from the wingnutosphere. Green Eagle has more gloat fodder including this final prediction from "Unskewed Polls".
Donate to Wal-Mart workers' strike fund.
Since the election, Daily Kos's hate mail is funnier than ever.
Bryan Fischer explains why we haven't had a major terrorist attack since 2011.
It's a perfect picture of love.
Are Republicans really this desperate?
Gin and Tacos amusingly dissects Eric Dondero's notorious "shun Democrats" post.
FFRF is suing the IRS over those tax-exempt, blatantly-political churches (found via Republic of Gilead).
Tom Tomorrow looks at bipartisanship.
UPS quits funding the discriminatory Boy Scouts.
The new Congress has plenty of firsts (found via Squatlo Rant).
This may be the stupidest movie ever.
Republicans go through the five stages of grief.
Ranch Chimp looks at the most anti-Obama county in the US.
The wingnutosphere is still gamely trying to make a "scandal" out of Benghazi.
Do you eat this?
Historically, Republican VP nominees are the dregs.
Gay marriage and marijuana fit the Bible.
Gerrymandered House seats are a real problem.
Did Romney lose the slut vote?
The Atheist Camel thanks a few right-wingers.
"Dozens, dozens of black people" -- the Republican gaffe machine keeps churning on (read the comments too).
Rebuilding the bubble will take some work.
Secession? Bah. Tony Perkins predicts revolution. The Christian Right may need one.
People like a winner.
Here's what a government based on the Bible would actually look like (found via Republic of Gilead).
David Freedlander reports from the Romney victory party. Here's a much better party.
Big money lost big this election.
Gingrich has some sensible advice for Republicans.
NRO slaps down secessionist nonsense.
The gender gap was about far more than just Akin and his ilk.
Vote-suppression efforts backfired, helping motivate black voters to turn out.
The forces of evil in our country have been mortally wounded.
Obama looks ready to get tough on taxes.
Jonathan Martin has a must-read essay on the conservative alternate-reality bubble.
Ari Fleischer reassures fundies that the Republican party will never join the modern world.
Revenue-wise, the Creation Museum is turkeying out.
Why are Asian-Americans abandoning the Republicans? Religion.
Little Green Footballs debunks Jindal's silly CNN op-ed.
Republicans aren't doing so well with white voters outside the South. Obama did better with whites than Romney did with non-whites. Here's a message from one white voter.
The BBC is mired in scandal.
A bigoted bus driver in Yorkshire causes a minor ruckus (found via Republic of Gilead).
The death of Savita Halappanavar stirs protest against Ireland's brutal anti-abortion law.
The Putin regime threatens to censor the internet. Russian Wikipedia goes dark in protest.
A religion-focused political party threatens Turkey's secular heritage (found via Lady Atheist) -- another warning of what could happen to the US if the Republicans win power.
This marker commemorates a fallen hero.
Sign here to nominate Malala Yousafzai for the Nobel Peace Prize.
There's a geographical angle to antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Palin's world? A whole planet goes rogue.