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If you can’t understand that this argument makes no sense and accept that two wrongs don’t make a right, we can’t be friends.

This is the stupidest argument.

If you can’t understand that this argument makes no sense and accept that two wrongs don’t make a right, we can’t be friends.

This is the stupidest argument.


arcadiasilver:

muscleprincess:

queercumqueen:

no way

i can’t decide if this is figuratively or literally unbelievable

Literally look at this misdirecting shit. Look at it. 
Look at how they organize the y-axis in descending order in order to make the chart go DOWN, assuming people wont look at it for two seconds and assume that enrollment is falling when its actually nearly doubled since its first estimation. 
This is the kind of shit that Fox News pulls to lie to its viewers in plain sight. This is how desperate they are to discredit the ACA as unpopular and unwanted when its actually the opposite. 



OMG look at how ridiculously misleading this is.

arcadiasilver:

muscleprincess:

queercumqueen:

no way

i can’t decide if this is figuratively or literally unbelievable

Literally look at this misdirecting shit. Look at it. 

Look at how they organize the y-axis in descending order in order to make the chart go DOWN, assuming people wont look at it for two seconds and assume that enrollment is falling when its actually nearly doubled since its first estimation. 

This is the kind of shit that Fox News pulls to lie to its viewers in plain sight. This is how desperate they are to discredit the ACA as unpopular and unwanted when its actually the opposite. 

OMG look at how ridiculously misleading this is.

(Source: antoine-roquentin)

humansofnewyork:

"Having a child is constraining. There’s a lot of things you used to do that you can’t do anymore. But it’s also extremely expanding.""How is it expanding?""Because you suddenly relate to everyone else on earth who has a child. No matter what race, class, or creed."

humansofnewyork:

"Having a child is constraining. There’s a lot of things you used to do that you can’t do anymore. But it’s also extremely expanding."
"How is it expanding?"
"Because you suddenly relate to everyone else on earth who has a child. No matter what race, class, or creed."