Michael Ramirez by Michael Ramirez

Michael Ramirez

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  1. ODon

    ODon said, about 3 years ago

    I am Ramirex the Faux Spouter heed my hooey.

  2. Enoki

    Enoki said, about 3 years ago

    This is what hopeless change looks like…. It’s what happens when you put a slick talking Hawaiian beach bum slacker in charge…

  3. OneVoice

    OneVoice said, about 3 years ago

    good one. If you don’t get it with the astronaut, he is facing something majorly bad… look into his visor and you see something monstrous reflected with Obamacare written on it!

  4. emptc12

    emptc12 said, about 3 years ago

    In Newtonian Physics, inertia of mass is a basic law. In partisan Political Physics, inertia of massive issues stops at the inauguration of any new president. This last occurred January 20, 2009.

  5. jack75287

    jack75287 said, about 3 years ago

    Ok; this is brilliant. All these issues are true and now that Obama Care can’t even run a website and we are going to trust them with our health.

  6. jack75287

    jack75287 said, about 3 years ago

    And what are you, Genome, I will take Ramirez over your comments any day.

  7. wmconelly

    wmconelly said, about 3 years ago

    ACA is law. Supreme Court upheld ACA as constitutional.
    House has brought repeal of ACA to the House vote over 40 times. The Majority of the country re-elected President Obama. The US Constitution demands that we pay our debts. The GOP is not upholding its Oath to the US Constitution and is undermining our currency and the world’s economy. The last 14 days has brought unnecessary pain and suffering to countless American families, businesses, enterprises, and government/military personnel. Ramirez, the RepublCons ARE irresponsible, that or outright anarchists.

  8. Kent Christenson

    Kent Christenson said, about 3 years ago

    The real problem began when the real president became the mayor of Chicago

  9. jack75287

    jack75287 said, about 3 years ago


    And what has the debt done? What is Obama Care doing?

  10. fnav13aard

    fnav13aard GoComics PRO Member said, about 3 years ago

    Take a week and READ the A.C.A.!! Also remember that the Demoncrats, led by OATHBREAKER harry reid hasn’t passed a Budget in 5 YEARS; and in the House, nancy Pelosi and her useful idiots (while they still HAD it) shoved Obummercare upon the country,“WE MUST PASS THIS BILL TO SEE WHAT’S IN IT”!! Result:take 12 Ex-lax, HOPE you can CHANGE what come next!! Those elected who VOTED for Obummercare should damn well pay for it out oftheir OWN POCKETS!!!!!!!!

  11. fnav13aard

    fnav13aard GoComics PRO Member said, about 3 years ago

    And the dems wonder why they lost the House in 2010, … DUH!

  12. The Wolf In Your Midst

    The Wolf In Your Midst said, about 3 years ago

    Ah, yes. Benghazi. Where Obama’s ineptitude cost four Americans their lives.
    Somebody remind me… who was President on September 11th, 2001, when the worst terrorist attack on American soil ever cost three thousand Americans their lives? I think it was the guy who said “Bring it on” and “You’re either with us or against us”, and whose supporters called critics “traitors”.
    Oh, but we could’ve elected the guy who dismissed half the country’s population as not worth his time….

  13. Quipss

    Quipss said, about 3 years ago

    Ok so I’m just going to break these points down ala category


    - Scandle ( name me one scandal free administration, and that includes what was called by scandle on one side of a party divide
    - world upside down
    - Biden
    - Nuclear Iran (Iran has possessed nuclear production capabilities since the 70’s due to large numbers of nuclear reactors)
    - Most divisive president (completely boils to opinion)
    - Intel leaks, or if you prefer NSA and IRS. You can’t say the leaks are bad as well as that they were leaked, one is a good one
    - Incoherent foreign policy (beyond retracting action on Syria things have been quite predictable, never mind that going into Syria would be a massive betrayal of public opinion)
    - Transition to part time (as of the present while it is true most new jobs are part time this can easily be traced to movement away from manufacturing, increased work flexibility due to internet and communications, increases in efficiency. In either case this is not employers cutting back on full time employees

    Possibly relevant

    10 million out of labour force
    - Behold an ageing population
    Number of people on food stamps up 12 million
    - Growing population from immigrants, Changes in bureaucracy
    - debt (albeit if rate of acquisition has slowed)
    - Increasing gap in wealth, yet neither party is really eager to fix

  14. Wraithkin

    Wraithkin said, about 3 years ago


    Actually… They are doing as they are supposed to. It is well within their Constitutional rights to refuse to pay for the PPACA. Just because it was upheld as constitutional doesn’t mean that it’s approved for human consumption.

    You have a lot of things included in your post that are clearly simple parrots from whatever partisan show you watch instead of analyzing the situation yourself and coming to a conclusion on your own.

    Each point:
    1) The ACA is law, yes. But, it was passed purely on partisan lines, and only through procedural gimmickry. On top of that, the PPACA has never been more UNpopular. So … yeah. Just because it passed doesn’t make it right.
    2) The SCOTUS did uphold a major provision of it, but again it was more along the lines of them abstaining. Roberts effectively said, “You made your bed, now lay in it.” They didn’t pass judgement saying it was Constitutional, they simply stated that it wasn’t their place to strike it down.
    3) There is still some dispute about how the vote came down in 2012. With the IRS being proven to have illegally targeted Conservative groups in 2009-2012, it very likely suppressed their GotV initiatives. Obama got 69 million votes in 2008. He got 65 million votes in 2012. Where’d those 4 million votes go? If he got such a mandate to support the PPACA, he would have gotten more votes than in 2008.
    4) The “default” that to which you are alluding is a fallacy. A paper tiger. We have well more than enough money coming in to pay our debts. We simply won’t have enough money coming in to pay all our discretionary spending bills. That’s why I’m okay with the “default.” We will continue paying our required bills. We will be meeting our constitutional requirements. Pet projects will simply get cut. Oh shucks. Given that the Republican House has tried numerous times to give Obama authority to fine-tune the cuts so they are less of an impact to every-day Americans (as seen during the Sequestration debacle), and they were rejected every time by Obama, I’m not faulting the Republicans with this.
    5) As to them not upholding their Oath of Office, where exactly does it say they need to uphold the currency and world’s economy. It is nowhere in there, nor in the US Constitution.

    So… now that I’ve proven you’re a complete fraud and nothing but a talking-point regurgitater, do you have any original thoughts you’d care to share?

  15. MontanaMade

    MontanaMade said, about 3 years ago

    The difference Wolf- is that on 9/11- there was really no warning- unless you’re a “truther” (and insane to boot). With Benghazi- there was almost 14 HOURS that they were begging for help that was only 2 hours away- and the POTUS did NOTHING- repeat- NOTHING about it- he cost 4 people their lives and he could have prevented it.

    to Quipss- wow… those are probably the WORST excuses I have ever read- at least the sycophants on the left make better ones than those- that’s a really pathetic attempt at excusing the worst POTUS in our nation’s history- including Carter… and that is a tough feat indeed!

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