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  1. Joe King commented on Prickly City 16 days ago

    OK, just follow the bouncing red ball: Reagan & Bush,Presidents – you, not so much. Again; Carter & Obama Presidents – again, you, not so much. It looks like what we have here is a partisan hand-holding “Kum-bah-yah” moment.

  2. Joe King commented on Prickly City 25 days ago

    Political Humor should be finding the ludicrous in politics and laughing about whats funny in the irony of the incident rather than just being vindictive and looking for an opportunity to be hatefully abusive and mean by insulting others for the only purpose of wanting to hurt them. Thing is, many of these same people that insult one party screams about bigotry and hatred when their party is mocked or ingloriously ridiculed. Some children never grow up and have been abandoned to their third-grade playground theatrics and name-calling which they probably learned from their party’s roll-model politician.

  3. Joe King commented on Prickly City 25 days ago

    I know exactly what you mean… I just substitute the names of one party with that of the other, such as rather than Repuglicans I use deMock-rats, rather than Reagan or Bush I use Carter or Clinton and rather than Boehner, I insert Reid. However there are still some names like Cruz, Limbaugh and Madcow that have no interparty substitute.

  4. Joe King commented on Prickly City 29 days ago

    So is marriage…HER way!

  5. Joe King commented on Prickly City 30 days ago

    I wanna be a Martian…

  6. Joe King commented on Prickly City about 1 month ago

    Yes, Liberals are people… unlike Democrats. Same goes for Conservatives… unlike Republicans. Look at it this way, Liberals and Conservatives look at the same situation from two different perspectives, yet with an open mind to understand what they don’t yet realize. Democrats and Republicans, not so much. They’re like Judy and Punch, If one doesn’t see things their way, they’ll just use a bat (symbolizing party rhetoric and propaganda) to try and make their point.

  7. Joe King commented on Prickly City about 1 month ago

    The “Voter ID” did nothing to intimidate or limit voting like photo ID does nothing to eliminate drunk driving or public intoxication.

  8. Joe King commented on Prickly City about 1 month ago

    We keep ending up with corrupt politicians because people keep voting straight tickets. We get what THEY vote for. Like many political evaluators point out… most common citizens are not educated enough or know where to find adequate information on politics, government, economics, international law and all the other complex functions involved in managing a nation’s government that feels compelled to play with global economics and religious morality.

  9. Joe King commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Try listening to a Texas woman for more than three hours that thinks she’s god’s gift to politics!

  10. Joe King commented on Prickly City about 1 month ago

    It has come to my attention that many commenters to this site are more frequently referring to themselves as liberals or conservatives rather than their less attractive party designated name. I gather it’s because many of us have realized that various political leanings and moral views are not being adequately portrayed by the parties that boast such ideals.