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Jack Ohman

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  1. wmconelly

    wmconelly said, 4 months ago

    What else have they got? Oh, right, Healthcare. Let’s send everybody with the flu, or the runs, or a migraine, to the local Emergency Room. It’s another clear winner. Boy, I can’t wait to vote.

  2. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, 4 months ago


    Still, in most mid-terms, the party that does NOT control the White House makes modest gains, and the Republicans have a 50/50 chance to win a tiny majority in the Senate, but not a veto-proof majority.

    So the Republicans can attribute all those perfectly normal gains to their brilliant campaigns exploiting the administration’s cover-up of Benghazi where, I believe, the administration repeatedly claimed the four Americans are all alive and well, or, if any Americans had been killed, ‘…What difference does it make….’ (an exact quote, if perhaps slightly out of context); plus, of course, Republicans will also credit their gains to the horrible catastrophe of the ACA which is costing $2 trillion a day, has sent millions to jail when they couldn’t pay the premiums, has cancelled insurance plans for everyone who had insurance before the ACA, and has instituted Death Panels who tell everyone with a treatable condition that it’s too expensive to treat and will not be covered.

  3. moderateisntleft

    moderateisntleft said, 4 months ago

    @Michael wme

    " (an exact quote, if perhaps slightly out of context); " I’ve read many of you posts Michael, and I can honestely say that you have removed all doubt………

  4. DLee4144

    DLee4144 GoComics PRO Member said, 4 months ago

    I’m really worried that the Tea Party is doing something really really stupid again. They are in danger of going so far off the deep edge into insanity that even Faux news isn’t going to keep 1/3 of the Republican party drinking the kool aid. Limbaugh’s ratings are at the lowest point ever, and he can’t keep sponsors. If people inside the Faux bubble are actually beginning to realize that there is a real world outside, it could reunite the Republican party behind a person who isn’t certifiable. Being a Democrat, I really appreciate the people in the Faux bubble. If a moderate can’t get the crazy vote, the Democrats win.

  5. denis1112

    denis1112 said, 4 months ago

    It’s not what happened in Benghazi so much as it is why the cover up.Which is what got Nixon. The cover up, not the Watergate break in.
    Strange how the Hillary was on the other side back then .Now it’s her who is covering up along with some fools in the white house who thought it was a good idea to blame some one else. So that they wouldn’t look stupid after they just said Al Qeada was on the run.
    Neither Hillary or Barrack have any business answering 3:00 AM phone calls.

  6. masterskrain

    masterskrain GoComics PRO Member said, 4 months ago

    And on and on…and on…and on…and on it goes.
    Politics as usual.
    Not “What can we do to help the average American Citizen to get ahead, to secure a better future for him, to insure adequate employment for everyone that needs a job, and to work towards a strong economy?”, no, it’s more “What can we do to hurt the other party, to cut down their policies, to smear EVERYTHING they try to do, to ensure OUR party grabs as much power as it can?”
    And yes, BOTH PARTIES are guilty of the EXACT SAME THING!!!
    And you wonder why so many younger people in America today are disgusted with the WHOLE stinking, lying bunch in Washington, and don’t even bother to vote!

  7. masterskrain

    masterskrain GoComics PRO Member said, 4 months ago


    For once I totally agree with you, Tigger.
    I have already researched who NOT to vote for this upcoming election, so now I have to research who is the best of the remaining candidates.

  8. mikefive

    mikefive said, 4 months ago


    @ Tigger

    There will be no truly good candidates for Congress until such time as the boys in the formerly smoke filled rooms at the State and local level are replaced by better people. They are the ones that determine which candidates to support and which to ignore.

  9. old1953

    old1953 said, 4 months ago


    That’s nothing but a formula to repeat the Gingrich disaster. And disaster it was, that’s how we got into this mess.

  10. echoraven

    echoraven said, 4 months ago


    Amen. Furthermore, no more legacy. No more Bush, no more Clinton. Both Republicans and Democrats have better people.

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