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  1. 1 minute ago on Henry Payne

    “Another idiot liberal who doesn’t understand what 3/5 meant when applied to slaves and the Constitution.”

    Just in case there are others who don’t know what it really meant, let me explain: It meant that slaves (having no vote) had no representation in Congress, but that among those who did have the vote, those owning slaves had more representation in the House of Representatives than those with no slaves. E.g., according to that original formula for allocating Representatives, a state with 60,000 “Free Persons” but no slaves was entitled to two Representatives, while a state with 60,000 “Free Persons” and 100,000 slaves was entitled to four Representatives, though only the “Free Persons” were entitled to vote.

  2. 1 minute ago on Henry Payne

    “Another idiot liberal who doesn’t understand what 3/5 meant when applied to slaves and the Constitution.”

    Just in case there are others who don’t know what it really meant, let me explain: It meant that slaves (having no vote) had no representation in Congress, but that among those who did have the vote, those owning slaves had more representation in the House of Representatives than those with no slaves. E.g., according to that original formula for allocating Representatives, a state with 60,000 “Free Persons” but no slaves was entitled to two Representatives, while a state with 60,000 “Free Persons” and 100,000 slaves was entitled to four Representatives, though only the “Free Persons” were entitled to vote.

  3. 26 minutes ago on Henry Payne

    “Another idiot liberal who doesn’t understand what 3/5 meant when applied to slaves and the Constitution.”

    That’s right, only “conservatives” are allowed to take something out of its original context to make a political point.

    But it’s irrelevant, anyway, since I’m sure James hasn’t yet come anywhere near to expressing even 3/5 of what he thinks of Trump.

  4. about 1 hour ago on Glenn McCoy

    Hey Glenn, how about telling them both — and yourself — that the two demands aren’t mutually exclusive?

  5. about 1 hour ago on Glenn McCoy

    “Why is it that some of the most hypocritical among us are the most likely to cry ‘Hypocrite’ at the drop of a hat?”

    If a person says that hypocrisy is “bad” but really believes that it’s “good”, then they’re not being hypocritical. And while that might seem to be a hypocritical contradiction of their beliefs, that’s OK, since they believe that hypocrisy is “good”.

    That should tie any traditional logician’s brain into knots… maybe even more so than the statement, “This statement is false.”

  6. about 1 hour ago on Gary Markstein

    “Now, ‘class’, repeat after me 5000 times….”

    And be prepared to do the same for the next school shooting.

    With “luck”, that could be tomorrow.

  7. about 1 hour ago on Mike Luckovich

    I don’t believe it. Putin may, for his own purposes, support Trump, but I’m certain that he has no respect — much less love — for The Donald. He might be expected to debase others for political gain, but never himself.

  8. about 2 hours ago on Mike Lester

    Interesting that the guy with the hook seems to be “white”. But he is just a wee bit darker that the “White” player. Maybe he’s supposed to be Hispanic?

  9. about 2 hours ago on Clay Jones

    I wonder why they’re declaring porn to be dangerous. Could it be because it’s resulted in some bad publicity for Trump? I wonder how many of those who voted for such a declaration have themselves viewed porn within the past year? Month? Week?

  10. about 2 hours ago on Clay Jones

    “…may it be your children/grandchildren that get it. Not mine! …our dearest leaders should have to face some responsibility for the actions (lack of actions)”

    Then wish the responsibility — and the response — on them, not on their descendants. (At least not unless and until those descendants show themselves to be similarly opposed to a peaceful and rational society.)