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Recent Comments

  1. 23 minutes ago on Michael Ramirez

    Yeah, designing a medical insurance program for 300 million people will never work. In fact designing ANY law for 300 million people will never work. We should abandon all efforts at designing any law at the federal level.

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    For example, what we used to think of as treason, is now a reasonable thing, something any politician would do to help themselves get elected.

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    And Medicare and Social Security, well, they have worked only in the sense that everyone who reached the appropriate age benefited, many even survived rather than died, but hey that’s, you know, socialism and we’d all be better off without it.

  2. about 12 hours ago on Prickly City

    Doesn’t work for tuning out Trump either.

    I see 15,000 additional foreign workers will be imported ON TOP OF the 66,000 that were the ‘cap’.

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    And they’ll all undergo extreme vetting, every single one. And they’ll all go back once their visas expire, especially the ones at Mar-a-lago.

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    Are we Great Again yet?

  3. about 12 hours ago on Views of the World

    All big projects need a kickoff meeting. The collusion with Russia is no different.

  4. about 12 hours ago on Joe Heller

    Is Baghdad Bob’s position still open?

  5. about 12 hours ago on Henry Payne

    YOUR GUY, Henry!

    Don’t tell me you’re having second thoughts? Hatred Of Obama not a good method of governing?

    Who knew?

  6. about 12 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    Obamacare needs lots of improvements — but 400 or 500 filibusters prevented any from happening.

    Now, Republicans are in control of the legislature and the White House.

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    And they don’t know what to do.

    They don’t want to repeal.

    They don’t want to replace.

    They sure as heck don’t want to improve.

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    And the whole thing is too complicated for the Mar-a-lago denizen, so he sits and waits, pen in hand for a ‘win’ that he doesn’t even know what he’d want it to be — except tremendous, incredible, beautiful, and the best thing ever that he had no interest in.

  7. about 16 hours ago on Win, Lose, Drew

    Not to worry.

    They’ll get their wealth care agenda one way or another. A bigly win for everyone in the 1%. And it’ll be GREAT.

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    AND we now have a partner in the quest to suppress voter fraud — someone with extensive knowledge and experience in suppression and used to head an organization that was world class.

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    MRGA!

  8. about 16 hours ago on Gary Varvel

    DENIS, THAT’s you explanation/defense of Trump bringing in thousands of foreign workers?

    And like all Trump Disciples, you believe they are all extremely, bigly, vetted and will all return when their visas expire?

    So your explanation is a personal attack — just like your hero.

    You are truly a good disciple.

  9. about 18 hours ago on Clay Bennett

    No Trump Disciples claiming that Trump is a way better negotiator than the former head of the KGB.

    And anyway, Putin is really a good guy who is so concerned about them Russian orphans that he sends all those high powered people to Trump Tower to meet with Trump’s closest advisors — that Trump didn’t know about.

  10. 1 day ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    Everyone in business knows that a new project, especially a tremendous incredible one like the Russian Collusion Project, needs a kickoff meeting.

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    Who wouldn’t take a meeting like that? Any [Republican] politician would, that’s for sure.