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The common stereotypes about liberals and conservatives are that liberals are bleeding hearts and conservatives are cold-hearted.

It makes sense, conservatives want limited government and to cut social programs that help the more vulnerable members of society. Whereas liberals don't mind paying a few more dollars in taxes to help the unfortunate.

A recent study out of Belgium scientifically supports the notion that people who scored lower on emotional ability tests tend to have right-wing and racist views.

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On Thursday, we put together a list of 21 of the the funniest Twitter responses to Trump's Sharpie-marked hurricane-warning map. The amazing readers at GOOD and Upworthy responded in the comments section by sharing some of their favorite Sharpie memes.

They were so funny, that we rounded them up to share with everyone.

Not up to date on #SharpieGate? Here's what happened.

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21 of the funniest responses to Trump’s Sharpie-marked hurricane-warning map

Laughter is the only way to cope with the dumbest move by a president in U.S. history.

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There have been a lot of disastrous decisions made by U.S. presidents throughout our country's 243-year history. The Iraq War, Bay of Pigs Invasion, and Benjamin Harrison's protective trade policy that led to the Panic of 1893, first come to mind.

Most of these decisions came knowing there was risk involved, so it'd be wrong to label them dumb — poorly-executed or -thought through would probably be a better way to frame them.

However, on Wednesday September 4, 2019, the world was treated to what has to be the dumbest moment by a president in U.S. history. Donald Trump took a sharpie and altered a map that had the projected path of a deadly hurricane on it, just so he wouldn't lose face over an incorrect tweet.

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Coming Up Trump: A Fake Presidential Bid by the Numbers

Twenty-one numeric ways of looking at Donald Trump's flirtation with running for president.


Donald Trump's half-cocked run at the Republican presidential nomination came to a close on Monday, as the real estate mogul turned reality TV personality said he wasn't ready to leave the private sector just yet. A lot of questions still linger in the Donald's wake, particularly whether his bid for office was actually all just a publicity stunt for his show, Celebrity Apprentice. Here's a roundup of numbers to try and answer those queries.

Date on which Donald Trump told CNN that running for president was “certainly not something I’ve talked about or would consider: October 4, 2010

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Obama Gets One Last Laugh at Donald Trump

Though Trump has ended his fake political campaign, the president isn't letting him get off that easy.

President Obama righteously and ruthlessly mocked Donald Trump at last month's White House Correspondents' Dinner, calling out the foot-dragging GOP presidential candidate for his ridiculous "birther" attacks. Today, as you can see above, the president's got another thing to smile about, and Trump is once again the butt of the joke.

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The Day a Race-Baiting TV Clown Hijacked the White House

Put it in your history books: Today is the day a TV star forced the hand of the President of the United States.

April 27, 2011: Put it in your history books, and never forget it. Today is the day a TV star forced the hand of the President of the United States. Welcome to the new America.

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