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Clay Bennett

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  1. crabbyrino

    crabbyrino GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    The STUPID ones are T Rump’s voters.

  2. Simon_Jester

    Simon_Jester said, 1 day ago

    Second button.
    Lose the ‘With’
    Change the apostrophe to an ‘A’
    Move the new word one space to the right.
    THEN you have the average Trump supporter

  3. Kip W

    Kip W said, 1 day ago

    The true grifter knows that a successful con depends on the sins of the mark. When they think they’re getting something for nothing, or taking advantage of someone’s misfortune, they bite… and they complain to the authorities less afterward. Trump is playing on the prejudices of a dying demographic whose years of crime against minorities are coming back to haunt them, and now they’re terrified that they will be treated as they treated the others.
    .
    Trump is offering them one last, shiny hope that they can put ‘those people’ in ‘their place’ for good. They’re suckers, and somehow, I have a very hard time feeling sorry for them.

  4. braindead08

    braindead08 GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    Anybody get the feeling that even the true believers are beginning not to believe?


    It’s as though he shot someone on 5th avenue in broad daylight.

  5. The Wolf In Your Midst

    The Wolf In Your Midst said, 1 day ago

    I’m not really “with” her. But I’ll still take her over him any day of the week.

  6. Simon_Jester

    Simon_Jester said, 1 day ago

    @braindead08

    I knew he was in trouble with his base when he brought Breitbart’s chief on board..

  7. Mr Blawt

    Mr Blawt said, 1 day ago

    I love that the arrow points down. Right to his YUGGEE junk. Right where he has brought the political discourse of this election. Thanks, Republicans. Watch for the next reboot.

  8. superposition

    superposition said, 1 day ago

    “The latest national survey by the Pew Research Center, conducted April 12-19 among 2,008 adults, finds that Democrats have a far more favorable impression of their party than Republicans have of theirs. Nearly nine-in-ten Democrats (88%) view their party favorably, which is 20 points higher than Republicans’ ratings of the GOP (68%).
    Just 28% of independents view the Republican Party favorably, while 37% say they have a favorable impression of the Democratic Party. Notably, just 43% of Republican-leaning independents view the GOP favorably, while 50% hold a negative opinion of the party.
    Democratic-leaning independents, like those who identify as Democrats, have much more positive impressions of the Democratic Party. About six-in-ten (63%) view the party favorably, compared with 32% who have an unfavorable view.
    Overall, a quarter of the public now expresses unfavorable opinions of both political parties. This is driven in part by the growing share of Republicans and Republican leaners who view the GOP negatively, and by the overwhelming shares in both parties who view the opposing party unfavorably.”
    http://www.people-press.org/2016/04/28/gops-favorability-rating-edges-lower/

  9. OldCoal

    OldCoal GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    @The Wolf In Your Midst

    Nobody is “with” any politician unless they are very young or just a fool. A politician has a major job – which is election/reelection. All else is secondary. Some attempt to gain this goal by arranging meetings, greasing pathways, smoothing the way – IOW, the ancient practices of politicians since the dawn of time, which equates to service to those who may influence other’s votes. A politician does NOT meet with a crippled veteran because of a sense of “morals”, they do it because that person can influence many others, in either direction. While the same actions in two different pols may be called either “noble” or “despicable”, depending on emotional feelings towards that person, in fact they are engaging in that most ancient quid pro pro – support for assistance. On both sides.
    In latter years, we have had the rise of the “celebrity” politician, just as the “political” general, both from the same cause, a media that can span the globe in a matter of seconds. When such media is devoted to informing and educating it’s a good thing, when it’s devoted to money and tearing down everything possible as “evil”, it’s a bad thing. We have not had such media for long enough for history to decide if such can exist unfettered alongside any form of representative government.
    Evidence is building that it cannot.
    And that’s why you should not be “with” any politician at all. Look at what they’ll do, examine your wallet and your conscience, and then vote.
    Myself, I haven’t ever voted for anyone exhibiting such jingoism/excessive nationalism as Trump, and I don’t think I ever will. The notion that he’d be “less bloody” than Clinton is appallingly ignorant.

    • * * * *
      You want to know something? I was dead certain that Bush wanted war in the MidEast, certain enough that I offered to bet a number of people that we’d be in such a war within two years of him coming to office. The signals he was sending were very very clear to me. If people hadn’t been so crazy emotionally attached to him vs Gore, they’d have seen it too. I’m fairly certain a goodly number did see it, and either wanted that war or voted for him anyhow.

  10. Jase99

    Jase99 GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    I’m with neither.

  11. Kip W

    Kip W said, 1 day ago

    @Kip W

    Edit error: Rather than delete, just change the last line to “I have a hard time feeling very sorry for them.” I do feel somewhat sorry for them. I’m a liberal.

  12. then00b

    then00b said, 1 day ago

    Trump has openly declared he could essentially murder someone in front of his supporters and not lose any of them, I can’t think of a clearer way for someone to call their own supporters stupid, but I’m sure he’ll think of something better, or worse.

  13. D Lee

    D Lee GoComics PRO Member said, about 18 hours ago

    @Simon_Jester

    But his base was all he had, or was likely to get. A person who reasons so poorly that he believes that doubling down on the far right agenda is going to get him elected, when they are the only people who were voting for him, is way too stupid to be president.

  14. Stipple

    Stipple said, about 16 hours ago

    @D Lee

    Bush,
    Twice.
    Trump is merely a different stupid.
    No one is too stupid to be president, that has been established quite firmly.

  15. The NPP

    The NPP said, about 15 hours ago

    HAVE YOU SEEN THE SIZE OF HIS CROWDS? That’s quite a few people you are calling Stupid — someone who can’t open a jar of pickles and have the jar making a POPPING sound indicating it has never been opened.

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