Some Kind of Hate

“Although it’s still early in the investigation, we know enough to say that this was an act of terror and an act of hate,” President Obama told the country in his first remarks on this morning’s Orlando, Florida shooting.

At 2:02 AM on Sunday, a gunman opened fire in Pulse, a Florida gay nightclub, resulting in the deadliest mass shooting in American history.

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Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images

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American History X

Last week, I compared the leading GOP candidates’ responses of the Syrian refugees to the social media postings of your crazy Tea Party-loving uncle.

What a difference a week makes. 

These guys belong inside a cell between Miggs and Hannibal Lecter at the Baltimore State Hospital.

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Children of Men

Last Friday night, Paris was attacked by three cells affiliated with the terrorist organization ISIS, resulting in the country’s worst wave of violence since World War II.

As we learn more of the tragic events and the perpetrators themselves, many of the GOP presidential candidates intensified their rhetoric for the U.S. to cease accepting Syrian refugees.

The candidates’ comments blur the line between what you would expect from a presidential nominee and memes your crazy uncle posts on Facebook.

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Bushwhacked

Nobody is more grateful for last week to come to a close than inevitable 2016 GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush.

It all began last Monday when the former Florida governor answered his first question about the Iraq war. A question he would answer more times than it takes to summon Beetlejuice before he got it right.

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Source: Warner Brothers

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