Betsy DeVos quietly spends millions to promote the unpopular policies she hopes to enact as a federal official

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I’m starting to feel more and more like Arya every day.

Drumpf, McConnell, DeVos, Pence, Bush…and the list goes on.


Or maybe like KoKo


Even during the Bush administration the Secretary of Education was a respected enough position that television viewers were able to accept the premise that such a person could competently serve as Head of State in the event of a Cylon attack.



It’s horrible people like her that make me wish God was real. But it’s a catch-22. The fact that horrible people like her, Trump, Prince, and any of the dozens of other fuckers like them are able to do what they do tells me – and obviously them – that if He is real, He doesn’t give a shit what we do to each other.

I wouldn’t be surprised to discover after I die that the entire human experiment was a Rube Goldberg-esque machine designed to arrive at big screen TVs, popcorn, comfy couches, and Netflix. God is binge watching in a bathrobe.


I don’t always wish poverty and homelessness on people - but when I do - it’s Betsy DeVos.



JK, I know you mean Eric Prince…


So unpopular that Pence had to show up for her confirmation, freeing the Senate president pro tem to vote for the tie, and then Pence to break the tie.


If making undeclared campaign contributions from your own personal fortune is a crime, then spending private funds to promote the policies you favor as a federal official should also be.




The BSG reboot faded in its later seasons, but that scene and much of the first season were just AMAZING. Especially
Adama:We are at WAR!
Rosalyn:The war is over and we lost.


I have no pleasant, peaceful wishes for Traitor Vos. I’m simply reminded of the one major down side to being an atheist: I don’t have the comfort of knowing that Vos and her brother, Eric Prince, will spend eternity burning in Hell.


You knew Adama was talking to a teacher in that scene because HE DONE GOT SCHOOLED.


All you need to know:


Few groups are more sickening than the super rich people who believe that wealth is a sign of God’s love. People are only poor because they are lazy and unrighteous. Of course the religious right loves this as keeping most people poor and controllable satisfies their greed for power. Selling salvation to the poor is an excellent path to wealth. Somehow I don’t think that God is going to be particularly impressed with any of them.


the likes of the American Enterprise Institute (previously) the National Review Institute, and dark money groups

Who all have the integrity and independence of this fellow:


  1. Keep people stupid by gutting education so they are so susceptible to your propaganda.
  2. Make education prohibitively expensive.
  3. Profit

I hate this timeline we’re on.


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