Discussion: Rihanna On Indiana Law: <span style="line-height: 1em;">'I Say F--K That Sh-T'

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Tom Toles nails it in this cartoon:

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Thanks TPM, needed that.

BTW, any other news today? Didn’t think so.

Rihanna responded with the level of dignity this law and its creators deserve.

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When arguments by the religious right and their enablers are not being made in good faith(1) [no pun intended]. “Fuck that shit!” can be an appropriate response.

(1) Are they ever; see climate change denial; social security; expansionary austerity; Obamacare; etc.?

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You want news? Here:

No one comes to TPM for news. It’s like looking for water in the desert. There was a time when people came to TPM for razor-sharp political analysis, but that was when Josh wrote the whole thing himself.

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I see nothing wrong with this. Indiana’s religious right to a shit on things. She pointed at it and said “fuck that shit.” 100% appropriate and about all the analysis the whole thing deserved in the first place to arrive at the conclusion that “fuck it.”

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Wonder why she felt the need to sugar coat it?

I think I just felt a breeze from the collective conservative pearl-clutching in response.

Now that’s like way too much news. I’ve been following a story about a guy who shot an elephant in his pajamas. No word yet on how the elephant got in the pajamas.