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  1. TripleAxel

    TripleAxel said, about 5 hours ago

    The difference is that Republicans have worked within our system to attempt to repeal it – by proposing legislation for repeal and making a case against it. The President has disregarded the law to suspend parts of the law that are politically inconvenient to him – actions consistent with a dictator rather than the president of a constitutional republic.

  2. Balto Bill

    Balto Bill said, about 5 hours ago

    The difference is the all of the Republicans in congress are up for re-election in November and they want to satisfy their constituents.
    No altruism there, just Derp.

  3. bakana

    bakana said, about 4 hours ago

    You might try reading the Constitution’s description of the President’s Duties.

    Chief Executive. Congress Passes the law.
    The President Administers it.
    He’s administering just as the Constitution requires.
    If he’d done exactly as john Bonehead claims to want’ the TeaPublicans would have screamed Bloody Murder over him making all those Corporations pay the Penalties the law specified.

    Instead, he gave them a chance to get their Act Together so they could spend the money on Health Care instead of Penalties.

    TeaPublicans just can’t stand the fact that their Cake was the Wrong Flavor. Or that it was Gone after they ate it all.

  4. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, about 4 hours ago

    @TripleAxel

    Seems to me it is the new crop of Republicans who want to over turn laws on their own and try to 57 times wasting time, money and effort to do so. Giving us less than we had. And it was their idea in the first place! But since a black man who is a Democrat picked up on it they in their infinite hate, have turned 180 degrees against it. And so it goes…

  5. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, about 4 hours ago

    This cartoon depicts Obama working with the NSA and our military with its drones to keep us safe, when Obama pleaded with the US military to not hurt his BFF al-Qaeda. Fortunatlely, the Pentagon knew that Obama is from Hawaii, so he is NOT a US Citizen (we all know Hawaii is part of Kenya), and the military never recognised him as Commander in Chief, hence our brave, patriotic generals have had to keep us safe with no civilian oversight ever since the Great President Bush, jr retired from office after eight exhausting years that left him too worn out to continue.


    We all miss Bush, jr, one of our greatest presidents, and wish he had been well enough to have remained on the job.


    Every decent Iraqi also misses Bush, jr and deeply regrets that Obama has proved to be an isolationist who withdrew the US military aid every decent Iraqi desperately wanted. All the good Iraqis were very grateful to the US for rescuing their country from the tyrant Saddam whose ruthless secret police trampled on every Iraqi’s sacred right to kill infidels like Christians. Fortunately, Bush, jr did the right thing, handed Saddam over to a lynch mob, and the decent, Allah-fearing Iraqis have cleansed Iraq of almost all of the millions of Christians who used to be in Iraq (some killed, the rest either already in exile or trying hard to get there).

  6. masterskrain

    masterskrain GoComics PRO Member said, about 2 hours ago

    AND, of course, ALL the “Impeachment” talk is a ploy, created by the Democrats to raise money!
    Tell that to Klondike Barbie, who was one of the first to start flapping her yap about Impeachment!
    The Boner is saying that, desperately trying to cover his ass, since he KNOWS there is a snowball’s chance in Guam of Impeaching Obama!

  7. MangeyMoose

    MangeyMoose GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 hour ago

    Great Britain was a major world power. Germany pulled the Lion in an expensive naval arms race, and challenged her position in two horrendous wars. Although ending on the victorious side, Britain was left broke and heavily in debt, mostly to the U.S., who wanted it’s money back. When Britain was down, America assumed the mantleship of world leader.

    Former “ally” USSR challenged the U.S. to an expensive arms race, and lost. The U.S. has spent much of it’s wealth, and lives of it’s military, in several costly “police actions”, is broke, and owes trillions to Japan, China, and the Saud family. China has grown leaps & bounds since the 1970’s, with much help from us. The Dragon has built up a huge army, is building a blue-water navy, has acquired cutting-edge technology, has demonstrated it’s military capability by developing an accurate, long-range missile by shooting a defunct satellite out of earth orbit, ( which our military knows can take out one of our carriers) and is subtley flexing its muscles with Japan, Vietnam and the U.S.

    Our congressmen & -women focus on partisan issues, seeking leverage to gain or keep power, watch as our economy devolves into 1890’s owner/worker subjugation and seem totally oblivious to the serious threats to our national security.

    If this arrogance and blindness continues, it may not be long before old grudges and new nationalistic fervor overtakes us, and China stands “uber alles”.

    Keep it up Boehner! Keep it up, Repubs! And all of congress: you no longer have the guts, much less an understanding, of “doing the right thing” for ONCE in your miserable careers!

  8. Northern Redman

    Northern Redman said, about 1 hour ago

    @bakana

    “He’s administering just as the Constitution requires.”
    .
    No, he’s not. The Constitution requires him to administer the law as it is written by Congress, not however he pleases.

  9. TripleAxel

    TripleAxel said, 43 minutes ago

    @Night-Gaunt49

    Suggestions of racism in Republican opposition to President Obama’s unconstitutional overreaches are unfounded and, in fact, completely wrong. As is the idea that the ACA was the Republican’s idea in the first place. At best it bore a superficial resemblance to legislation that some Republicans had considered, but the actual bill that became Obamacare was full of details that the Republicans in Congress could not in good faith support – and the President would not consider any of their proposed amendments.
    -
    Now that Obamacare has been revealed to be immensely unpopular to those losing their health insurance under the law (contrary to the President’s promises to the contrary) the President has decided to change the law in mid-operation in an effort to delay some of the harmful effects of the law so that they do not effect upcoming election cycles. In doing this the President oversteps his constitutional authority and Republicans are absolutely right to call him out on this. That the left is willing to give the President a pass on this issue just because they generally support his politics is shameful.

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