Boner of the Day

Boner Candidates for January 20 2016

Boner Candidate #1: DOES SARAH PALIN ENDORSE HER BOY’S BEHAVIOUR?

Less than 24 hours before she endorsed Donald Trump, Sarah Palin’s son was arrested on domestic violence charges, police in Wasilla, Alaska, said Tuesday. Track Palin, the former governor and vice president candidate’s 26-year-old son, was arrested and charged with interfering with the report of a domestic violence, possession of a firearm while intoxicated and assault on his girlfriend, which are all misdemeanors, police said. Around 10 p.m. Monday local time (2 a.m. Tuesday ET) a police officer responded to a 911 call at the Palin household in Wasilla. The officer wrote that when he met Track Palin in the driveway he was “uncooperative, belligerent and evasive with my initial line of questioning,” court documents show.

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Boner Candidate #2: THE COST OF TOLERANCE IS 8.5 BILLION DOLLARS AND AIDS.

Supporters of the anti-gay marriage bill set to be considered by a Tennessee House committee on Wednesday rallied outside the Capitol in Nashville this morning. They also reportedly circled the building in a pickup truck carrying a large sign reading, “The Cost of Tolerance: AIDS.”  The extremist group behind Tuesday’s protest, DefyTyrants.com, hosted the event in December where GOP state Rep. Mark Pody stated that God told him to file House Bill 1412, known as the “Tennessee Defense of Natural Marriage Act,” because same-sex marriage is “wicked.” The bill would eliminate marriage equality in Tennessee by requiring officials to ignore the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, at a potential cost of $8.5 billion annually to the state.

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Boner Candidate #3: RUN EM OVER, THESE IDIOTS

A St. Paul police sergeant has been placed on administrative leave, Fox 9 News reports, after being accused of telling drivers, in a Facebook post, to run over Black Lives Matter protestors. Anti-police brutality activist Andrew Henderson saw the comment, posted under the name “JM Roth” on Facebook, which he attributed to Sgt. Jeffrey M. Rothecker in an internal affairs complaint filed Sunday. “I was just flabbergasted,” Henderson told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. “A law enforcement officer is supposed to serve and protect the people, not incite violence against them.”

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