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  1. eepatt commented on Wizard of Id about 15 hours ago

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

  2. eepatt commented on Monty 30 days ago

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

  3. eepatt commented on Steve Kelley 30 days ago

    Over mine, too.

  4. eepatt commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

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

  5. eepatt commented on Rob Rogers about 1 month 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.

  6. eepatt commented on Steve Kelley 2 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.

  7. eepatt commented on Jim Morin 2 months ago

    Excellent cartoon! Old Coal and mikefive are correct. Even Mr. Cruz could not be as stupid as he pretends to be.

  8. eepatt commented on Jim Morin 2 months ago

    Maybe you should find out what Mr. Gore actually says, and not what Rush, Faux, & company say that Mr. Gore says.

  9. eepatt commented on Pat Oliphant 3 months ago

    Welcome back, Mr. Oliphant. I have missed you greatly. You are indeed one of the very best.

  10. eepatt commented on Jim Morin 3 months ago

    No! Our health care system is BETTER than Cuba’s. When I visited Cuba 3 or 4 years ago, The Cuban health care system was rated 28th in the world by a UN organization, based on longevity, live child births, maternal mortality and some other criteria that I don’t remember. The United States was rated by the same standards to be 27th in the world. See? We are better. We are number one when you look at how much money we spend on health care.