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  1. Gary Kleppe commented on Jeff Danziger about 15 hours ago

    I don’t really disagree, but that’s not the point. Whether Lehmberg is held accountable is up to the voters, not to Hopalong Chucklehead in the Governor’s mansion.

  2. Gary Kleppe commented on Ben Sargent about 15 hours ago

    It’s not okay to threaten police, but she paid the legal penalty for what she did. And it’s okay for a governor to veto a bill, but not to use the threat of a veto to extort concessions from other elected officials.

  3. Gary Kleppe commented on Ben Sargent about 21 hours ago

    It’s the GOP golden rule: He who has the gold makes the rules.

  4. Gary Kleppe commented on Jeff Danziger about 21 hours ago

    I’m not aware of any rule anywhere requiring an elected official convicted of DUI to resign. Are you?

  5. Gary Kleppe commented on Kevin Kallaugher 4 days ago

    How dare Russia try to manipulate other countries for its own benefit? As Americans, that’s our f—-ing job!

  6. Gary Kleppe commented on Tom Toles 7 days ago

    If that were the goal, why would they spy on the Senate? More likely the spying is to get information that will facilitate blackmail so that Congress doesn’t get any funny ideas about trying to limit funding or impose any other sort of oversight on our “intelligence” complex.

  7. Gary Kleppe commented on Kevin Kallaugher 10 days ago

    The GOP thinks that corporations are people, that giving money to billionaires leads to prosperity, and spending on anything other than the military is waste. You wouldn’t know reality if it smashed you in the face (and it has, time and again).

  8. Gary Kleppe commented on Jim Morin 10 days ago

    We’re working on it.

  9. Gary Kleppe commented on Jim Morin 13 days ago

    Intelligence has a well-documented liberal bias.

  10. Gary Kleppe commented on Tom Toles 17 days ago

    Chuckles, it’s not about the use of an ethnic group. (Ever hear of the Cleveland Indians or the Chicago Blackhawks? Notice anybody demanding that those teams change their name? Me neither.) “Redskins” is a derogatory term. It would be like naming a sports team the New York Hebes or the Los Angeles Coons.