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  1. Cerabooge commented on Nick Anderson about 19 hours ago

    “Follow the money” is supposed to be a guide for investigations. Instead, it’s an instruction manual for elected officials.

  2. Cerabooge commented on Clay Bennett about 19 hours ago

    LOL! I don’t read mdavis, so I wouldn’t have noticed the missing “t”. A Freudian slip, I think. (btw, not all Freudian slips are sexual).

  3. Cerabooge commented on Ted Rall about 19 hours ago

    Good point about RT. As long as you keep perspective, RT can be worth watching.

    We need an AT, America Today. That way, we can watch RT to find out what’s happening in the U.S., and AT to find out what’s happening in Russia.

  4. Cerabooge commented on Wizard of Id 2 days ago

    Leave it to the trolls to use an amusing ’toon as an excuse to display their nastiness.

  5. Cerabooge commented on Ted Rall 2 days ago

    Classic “blame the victim”. I think I’m gonna hurl.

  6. Cerabooge commented on Tom Toles 2 days ago

    OK, I looked at your opensecrets link. It’s for organizations, not people. The #2 group, Actblue, gets donations from many people. The #1 group is basically Tom Steyer; who is he buying? Well, of $75 million , about $35 thousand went to individual candidates. All the rest went to organizations. And of course, there’s the masses of dark money that I doubt even opensecrets can get at.
    Thanks. You’ve helped me confirm that it is, in fact, the superrich Republicans who are most active at buying politicians.

  7. Cerabooge commented on Nick Anderson 3 days ago

    Yes.

  8. Cerabooge commented on Clay Bennett 3 days ago

    There’s a whole week’s worth of cartoons in this one.

  9. Cerabooge commented on Clay Bennett 3 days ago

    Sadly true. Then there’s the Republican-turned-Democrat Chaffee, who is, I think, to the left of Hillary.

  10. Cerabooge commented on Matt Davies 3 days ago

    Sorry, dtroutma, but it’s not ignorance. It’s what I’ve come to call “anti-sense”; the use of the brain’s capabilities to support the most insane, clearly false, narratives. The “don’t confuse me with the facts, my mind is made up” approach.