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  1. eepatt commented on Ken Catalino 8 days ago

    Who is truthful? G.W.Bush, The Dick Cheney, Rubio, Cruz, Paul, Walker, Rush, Norquist, Bohner, Turtleface, ………..? No. Who IS truthful? Jon Stewart!

  2. eepatt commented on Gary Varvel 9 days ago

    Which president had the most high level appointees found guilty(or plead ‘no contest’ to) crimes committed while in office? The Clinton administration had the phony impeachment publicity about Bill’s personal life, but crimes pertaining to his government—zero. It was not Nixon, but it was a republican.

  3. eepatt commented on Jim Morin 9 days ago

    “What does it matter?” That was not her response to the fact that Americans were killed. That was her response to the question ‘when was the news released?’ Did it really matter if the news was made public on Sunday or Monday?

    As far as corruption and deceit are concerned, which president’s administration was most corrupt? Which president had the most cabinet heads convicted or pleaded ‘no contest’ to crimes committed while in office? It was not Clinton. Facts can be dangerous. So can your half-truths and lies.

  4. eepatt commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    A little history: James Watt was Sec. of Interior under Ronnie Raygun. He was so bad environmentally that he became the biggest recruiter for Sierra Club ever. He was also on the board of directors of Jim and Tammie Faye Baker’s televangelist scam. He and many other high level cabinet officials of Ronnie’s were found guilty of corruption. He pleaded no contest and had to pay a big fine but did not get a “record.”

  5. eepatt commented on Wizard of Id about 1 month ago

    Ouch! Habeneros burn you twice—Once on the way in and again on the way out.

  6. eepatt commented on Monty 2 months ago

    Mr. Cheney’s real first name is “The”.

  7. eepatt commented on Steve Kelley 2 months ago

    Over mine, too.

  8. eepatt commented on Arlo and Janis 2 months ago

    So that my ashes can be placed into my compost pile and serve to nurture the soil that has nurtured me.

  9. eepatt commented on Rob Rogers 3 months ago

    When we invaded Iraq based on total lies that were created by our leaders and promulgated by a lazy, unquestioning media, we burned and tore apart thousands of Iraqis, civilian and otherwise. We intentionally tortured people as a matter of policy (Remember Mr. Rumsfeld saying publicly “I want to Gitmo-ize Abu Graib”?) Of course we are surprised when Iraqis and other Muslims remember that we invaded another country that did not threaten us in any way. Were we a “Christian nation” when we invaded Iraq and killed 4000 of our own and tens off thousands of Iraqis? I think we were, and still are, lacking humanity.

  10. eepatt commented on Steve Kelley 3 months ago

    And when you take from the working class to give to the richest it is called corporatist redistribution. You have been drinking the kool-aid, Harley.