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Jeff Danziger

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  1. braindead08

    braindead08 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    “Mr. Romney, what are your plans for FEMA?”
    “Uh, Mr. Romney?”
    “Mr. Romney?”
    “Mr. Romney?”

  2. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    Pretty well sums up all the folks voting in total ignorance for Republican candidates, for Congress or otherwise. Do any of them have noses left?

  3. ConserveGov

    ConserveGov said, almost 4 years ago

    Yes we know o would fly his magic ship and rescue everybody and Romney would let them drown for fun. Sorts Dems the public cant be fooled gain.

  4. greyolddave

    greyolddave said, almost 4 years ago

    Don’t worry folks. By 3pm inauguration day FEMA will be gone. By 5PM all those silly environmental regs will be history too. Then we will finally be free again. Freedom is good.

  5. walruscarver2000

    walruscarver2000 said, almost 4 years ago

    Unfortunately the storm hit an area that wasn’t going to vote for Romoney anyway.

  6. walruscarver2000

    walruscarver2000 said, almost 4 years ago

    @ Dr C

    “Then I don’t follow you. To whom were you referring?”

    It was a point of general information motivated by a recent exchange with a colleague who has gone too far left, so far to the left he will not even consider anything that is moderate. According to this “professor” I am too right wing because I concede that they may have a point from time to time.

    Didn’t think it necessary to explain the whole history just to post the (valid) observation.

  7. rpmurray

    rpmurray said, almost 4 years ago


    Keep drinking the Kool-Aid.

  8. cdward

    cdward said, almost 4 years ago


    Romney recommended making it all private. That means only those who could pay would be rescued. So, yes, he would let them drown. Not for fun, mind you, but for profit.

  9. cdward

    cdward said, almost 4 years ago

    Oh, by the way, you know that Massachusetts compounding pharmacy responsible for that outbreak of fungal meningitis? Well in 2004, while Romney was governor, state regulators tried to punish that same pharmacy for not following state regulations. The governor, however, felt that such punishment (including suspension) would harm its business, so he agreed to let the pharmacy regulate itself – after it promised to behave, of course.

  10. Krazy Ig Katz

    Krazy Ig Katz said, almost 4 years ago

    Plenty of water there in which to dunk their ’bags.

  11. Rockngolfer

    Rockngolfer said, almost 4 years ago

    I don’t know if this is a real story: FEMA uses the Waffle House Index.
    They call the Waffle Houses in the damaged area and if no one answers that area needs immediate help, if they are open with a limited menu that is yellow, and if they are open for regular business that is green.
    I couldn’t make this up.—abc-news-topstories.html

  12. moderateisntleft

    moderateisntleft said, almost 4 years ago


    Isn’t it odd that Rep’s around the country have been voting against education and now that we have a more ignorant electorat more stupid Reps are getting voted in? I mean why is Aikin a viable candidate? Missouri is a red state,

  13. Jeddidyah

    Jeddidyah said, almost 4 years ago

    Sandy hit the heart of the land of Democrats. Romnesaurus isn’t going to waste his time there. Not with the 47%

  14. emptc12

    emptc12 said, almost 4 years ago

    The smug attitude of many people these days against government help for the poor, against government-assisted green initiatives, against government relief agencies, against global climate change predictions, against anything the government does that does not stroke big business and financial interests – saddens me. It should infuriate me, but I have to control my temper these days, otherwise I’d be angry all the time.
    Watching the recent “Frontline” broadcast about the strident and cynical right-wing PR campaigns against climate change didn’t help my mood. A summary of their efforts can be stated as “Suppressio veri, suggestio falsi.” (Suppression of the true is a suggestion of the false.) All information out there is not equal, although the way it is formatted might look equally impressive.
    Once big businesses start to fund an opposition view, watch out! Once fast-mouth politicians tied to those interests start yapping, check your wallets. And I keep bringing this up, but it’s true: Young people, read “National Geographic,” not “National Review” for the issues that in the long run really matter. Most scientists rely on verifiable data, while many pundits go for exploitable controversies that raise their ratings and salaries.
    In these current situations it is critical to get things right. So many people in the world now, and increasingly they all want Dignity in the sense of shallow material things put forth in advertising. Science and technology have pulled many rabbits of the hat in this regard, but it’s time to get serious and act as adults, not adolescents with their hands down their pants.
    Our economies have come to feed frivolous desires. We crave and buy expensive toys but gripe at maintaining national infrastructures. “Economic growth" is worshipped – but what about the square-cube law in which a volume increases faster than its area? The innards of an economy, where people reside, is demanding more than the framework can soon reasonably provide.
    Special interests are leading us to a society of citizens that act against their own best interests. Big business and big politics are in a continual “69” position, to put it crudely.

    And somehow they have convinced a huge number of voters and consumers (they don’t really think of us as people) that what’s best for them is good for us. All those cute product ads have softened our thinking to be receptive to cynical political ads and those put forth by PACs. (Aren’t they the most offensive things?)

    Turn the television and Internet off, put away the smart phones, and listen to the calmness of your own original thoughts if you still have any. I find that most people panic in the absence of background noise.
    There’s a casual cruelty in popular attitudes now that masquerades as toughness. For some reason that attitude reminds me of the 1955 episode of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” with Joseph Cotten as a mean-spirited businessman who humiliates an employee as he fires him (“Breakdown”). He “enjoys firing” him, and who does that remind me of?
    Although you really have to watch the episode itself to get the full, ironic impact, a synopsis of the episode can be found at:

  15. hippogriff

    hippogriff said, almost 4 years ago

    Howgozit: Anything to deflect attention from the Republican House deleting a third of a billion dollars from the diplomatic security budget.

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