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commented on Jerry Holbert
about 4 hours ago
Oh, No, I can’t pay my credit cards bills! Oh, I know it’s Visa’s and Master Card’s fault. They forced me to accept more credit than I was able to pay, they never allowed me to refuse to use my cards. Maybe American express will lent me money to pay the other bills. Does that sounds like Greece, and the US, yes it does.
commented on John Deering
1 day ago
@Beau NoboIf the rich are the 1%, and the poor 99%; the amount of taxes to be collected from the rich would be proportionally small. The problem that Greece is going through is that neither the rich or the other 99% weren’t paying their taxes. An investigation was done by the Greek government itself, and it was discovered that the majority of small businesses and self employed people fail to report their income and fail to pay their taxes. Which is one of the requirement the Germans demanded of them (change and enforce new tax laws), however, the new government refuses to intruduce these new laws.It all boils down as to where in the spectrum of crime life a person lives; while the conservatives usually limit themselves to greed and theft, the left and liberals expand the spectrum from greed and theft to protect and celebrate the crime and criminals. Anyone can see this, it’s happening everywhere in the world; in Chile the new socialist government campaigned under the banner of eliminating greed and lucre, and right at this moment the son of the very president has been caught red-handed with his hand in a very lucrative and illegal land deal. And his mother is bending over backward to protect him. I could go on and on. Cuba, Venezuela, Argentina, Spain, Italy, and soon the US. All of them with failed or failing economies due to faulty economic polices and flagrant theft and crime. Sure they do give due charity to their voters, but that’s all it is “charity” not at any point do they give dignity. In all these countries not a single poor person or worker is actually represented by anyone, although the claim by the left and liberals is proclaimed every day and every time the big honcho gives a 6 hours speech. Wake up and smell the garbage.
commented on Michael Ramirez
2 days ago
I notice that quite frequently Ramirez’s cartoon does not show as an upgrade. Is he being censured by Go Comics? are his cartoon too acurate or does he offends too many of the democrats subscribers? Hmm I wonder.
commented on Rob Rogers
3 days ago
@motivemagusYou are absolutely right, please accept my apologies.
@MotivemagusRe: Amy Lowenstien, Motive.. you forgot about Britain, they have had a portrait of the queen for a very long time on their paper currencies, so have the Canadians, although now days one would see her portrait mostly on coins, New Zealanders and Australians have had the queen on their currencies at one time or another, Chile had the portrait of a female poet on one of their bills, actually I have only mentioned a few, there is lots. What has precluded the US from doing it? It’s hard to tell.
@Wabbit, you have to make up your mind; do you want democracy or theocracy. If it’s theocracy you want, move to Iran. Neither the republican’s or democrats credos, or doctrines, or minfestos, or even policies are based on religion. So you could be the worst of the worst, or the best of best, and be in either party. Just look at the Clintons, they act and accumulate money like republicans, and call themselves democrats.
commented on Nick Anderson
4 days ago
@BandusiaAny so Called “hetereosexual” who sexually abuses a child is not a “hetereosexual”; is a homosexual. Unfortunately, in many cases pedophilia does starts with homosexuality, either as a pertretator or as a victim.@old coalKeep the Republicans or Democrats out of this, It’s all about the immorality done to children.@Jase99It seemed as I have touched upon a tender nerve in here. And the moment you all start asking for statistics and numbers; it’s because you want to hide and divert the attention. The truth is, even though I am well, I have the disturbing experience of wittnessing too much of the suffering caused by abusers, as in this case homosexuals abusing children. When you have in front of you a devastated child, who refuses to trust anyone, who refuses to even speak of his ordeal, who refuses even to have hope; then, any credentials, statistics, or even accept words of comfort are moot. If I bother myself in giving you facts to look up, you’ll say that they are doctored, so what’s the point. I speak for my self, I’m telling you of my experience in the subject. What consenting adults do, it is non of my business. My concern is what is being done to children.I was never abused as a child, I was blessed with a discerning mind and was able to walk away from bad situations, however, my siblings and many of my friend did not enjoy such gift, and now they have to deal with the ordeal of being abused, just like many of the other children who have pass in front of my eyes.Call me bigoted or what ever other name you want, but as I said before; you can not escape the uglyness, it’s going to follow you forever.
Nick, that is a nice image you are trying to sell, and now that the celebration is well under way, I thought a reminder will be nice to have at this time. Who is going to celebrate all those children abused by homosexuals at those schools we all know about, who is going to celebrate all those kids abused by their coaches and sport leaders. Who is yet to protect those children in Asia who are sold to provide sex to homosexuals, which in this country dress as innocent lovers wanting to get married. Who is going to protect children who are abused by their church leaders. And please, don’t tell that those people have a different definition or some other psicological tittle; by definition a homosexual is a person who engage in same gender sex, and doing it to children and destroying their lives is the same thing. That is how it starts, doing it to the defenceless. Rise your flag, shout to the world, have the cartoonists sell that pure image you all want, but still the uglyness is going to follow you, because as long as there are unprotected children homosexuals will take their chances. Blaming the parent for not protecting their children is a poor and a sorry excuse.
commented on Signe Wilkinson
7 days ago
I think Ted Lind is right, I can see how in the very near future we’ll see automated and self-serving humburger joints, thus eliminating the minimum wedge.What surprices me, though is why didn’t the union saw this coming long before now, when is too late. Could it be that the unions don’t actually represent the workers?
commented on Jerry Holbert
7 days ago
@warjoskiwith only one candidate, you are short changing, and cheating yourself and the country, if she gets elected. Come up with more two or three intelligent democrats to challenge her and it could validate her nomination, but as it is now the “Democratic” tittle means nothing, and we ’ll all lose.
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