PolitiBetch: De Blasio Tries to Bring Back Ban on Large Sodas

By PolitiBetch

Fucking De Blasio

Drink that jumbo sized Diet Coke while you can, NYC betches. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced this week that he will try to ban sodas larger than 16 oz., picking up where former mayor Michael Bloomberg left off. De Blasio plans to do this by appealing the state ruling that got rid of the ban last year. Okay, we’re all about getting America healthy and fighting obesity and blah blah blah, but what if my soda is diet!? If I want to fill my body with gallons of zero calorie, chemical filled goodness I can because this is America damn it! Also, don’t you have better things to do than fight a case over SODA!? Fucking De Blasio. I can’t even. Read article >>

Eva Longoria is trying to encourage more involvement from Latino voters

Actress Eva Longoria announced today that she is starting a Latino political group. The group, titled the Latino Victory Project, will aim to create more political engagement among Latino voters. Commenting on this, Longoria said, “It’s a very ambitious effort. It’s a non-partisan effort. It’s never been undertaken before.” Latinos currently make up approximately 17% of the U.S. voting population with approximately 53 million people.

On that note, the Latino Victory Project gets my stamp of approval. Not only is this a good idea, but it’s also being started by THE betchiest cast member of Desperate Housewives. I mean, sure there that was that period when Carlos was blind and Gabrielle got fat, but whatever. Honestly, if like Brie or Lynette tried to start a political movement people would just be fucking annoyed. Read article >>

Michelle Obama’s brother got fired

Turns out being related to the Obama’s does not help you keep a job, at least not at Oregon State. Barack’s brother-in-law, Craig Robinson, was fired recently from his position as coach of the Oregon State basketball team after six seasons without making the NCAA tournament. Commenting on the issue, Oregon State’s athletic director said, “This was a difficult decision, but after further evaluation, I believe it is in the best interests of our student-athletes, our basketball program and our University.” Yea, but now the Obamas will, like, never root for your team! I’d rather lose a basketball game than lose the President’s approval…just saying. Read article >>




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