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Recent Comments

  1. about 5 hours ago on Jen Sorensen

    So-called ‘conservatives’ feel like they are under attack, but STILL have no idea where the attacks are coming from.

    A relatively trivial example is the ‘war on Christmas’. So-called ‘conservatives’ sincerely believe that all the department store clerks, along with workers in grocery stores, hardware stores, etc. one day were all herded into some room and forced to say ‘happy holidays’ instead of ‘Merry Christmas’ by some liberals.

    .

    They still have not figured out that those orders came from CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS. They never noticed that even Fox “news” has holiday parties and NOT Christmas parties.

    .

    A less trivial example is all the workers who are imported with H-b1 and similar visas.

    They are brought in specifically to take American jobs, ones that are difficult to ship overseas.

    Again, the so-called ‘conservatives’ believe that liberals somehow paid their way to America. Or something.

    I mean who, exactly, do they think are making the beds at Mar-a-Lago?

  2. about 18 hours ago on Henry Payne

    You’re free to claim your own estimates. I already conceded that Iraqis don’t count anyway.

    If they DID count, we wouldn’t have invaded.

    And most important, no price is too high for FREEDOM ON THE MARCH, right?

  3. 1 day ago on Henry Payne

    Freedom isn’t free. Right!

    The invasion of Iraq cost only 4500 American soldier deaths, 32,000 other casualties, unknown deaths and casualties of American contractors, a couple hundred thousand Iraqi dead (yeah, I know, they don’t count).

    But, hey, FREEDOM IS STILL ON THE MARCH!

    Isn’t it?

  4. 1 day ago on Michael Ramirez

    We had 4500 die in Iraq “in defense of our country”.

    How many children of Congressmen did that include?

  5. 1 day ago on Steve Breen

    Except the coal jobs are coming back!

    All of ’em!

    Trump disciples are certain of it.

  6. 1 day ago on Phil Hands

    Trump disciples all believe there is no connection to Russia.

    They also believe secret communication channels between Trump and the Russians are perfectly OKAY.

  7. 1 day ago on Robert Ariail

    interventor “Time for the deadbeats to step up.”

    Another Trump disciple explaining how we should get out of NATO because it’s too expensive and we get no benefits from it.

  8. 1 day ago on Jim Morin

    Putin hates NATO.

    But that’s just a coincidence.

    Trump disciples all believe this.

  9. 1 day ago on Matt Davies

    Again, wottsa big deal?

    I mean, it was one of them librul journalists, no? And libruls have it coming, no?

    And so what if he lied about it afterwards? It was a librul journalist. That’s all you need to know.

    .

    And besides, It’s OKAY If A Republican Does It!

  10. 1 day ago on Chip Bok

    Impeachment talk should go slow.

    Don’t impeach until you’re ready to deal with Pence, knowing that he’ll do to America what he tried to do to Indiana.

    .

    And if impeachment does happen, let it be done by the Republicans, because they will have to have realized the basic corruption of this individual and that Hatred Of Obama will not run a country.

    .

    And if Republicans require cooperation, give it to them only with concessions — NO PARDONS to start with.

    And maybe no gerrymandering, voter suppression, and opaque voting machines.