You don’t think I should have the choice to buy a large soda.
You don’t think I should have the choice in whether not I join a union.
You don’t think I should have the choice to find my own healthcare.
You don’t think I should have the choice to send my child to the school best suited for them.
You don’t think I should have the choice to speak freely, if it offends someone else.
You don’t think I should have the choice to spend as much money as I please on a political campaign.
You don’t think I should have the choice to start a business freely and easily, with little to no government involvement.
You don’t think I should be able to make as much money as I care to make.
You don’t think I should be able to give to the charity of my choice.
You don’t think I should be able to spend my money however I want to spend it.
You’re not Pro-Choice when it comes to individual rights. You’re Anti-Choice, and you’re Anti-Freedom.
I’m not sure this has ever been more relevant.
my worst nightmare is meeting a liberal vegan social justice trans-blogger in real life
This mynah bird has got people talking - by becoming best pals with a dog. The pair are so inseparable their owner has built a perch so the bird can ride around on the dog’s back. Owner Qiao Yu says the animals became best friends after being kept in the same room together at his home in Jinan, in northern China’s Shandong Province. He says the dog starts barking if anyone tries to approach the mynah. The mynah returns the favor by catching fleas on the dog and combing its hair while it sleeps.
(via 100% Animal)
i found my wedding dress
The ONLY reason that I obey the law is because I’m convinced that this is what my cellmate would look like
Ten bucks this was at a gay pride parade.
Ten bucks this person thinks doing this is going to convince people to support gay “marriage”.
Ten bucks this person claims to be doing it in defiance of people who hate gays “for no reason at all”.
is that cat panting? Do cats even do that?
Yes, cats pant. One of my cats goes outside, and sometimes he comes running home so quickly that he has to catch his breath when he gets there.
Happy Birthday, Lysander Spooner!
He challenged the government’s monopoly on first-class mail delivery by founding the American Letter Mail Company in 1844, only to be forced out of business by politicians who didn’t want competition.