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  1. Cerabooge commented on Clay Bennett about 8 hours ago

    I was going to say something similar. Mainly, that the claims about Black and Hispanic poverty are not merely questionable, but laughably ludicrous.

  2. Cerabooge commented on Matt Bors about 9 hours ago

    Ah. I liked TWIYM’s take, but yours is, I think, more accurate.

  3. Cerabooge commented on Matt Davies about 9 hours ago

    Now that’s just silly, Davies. You act like facts and reality actually matter in our political world of the cult of personality and dogmatic AliceInWonderland rationalization.
    I just hope that, in this case, facts and reality do matter.

  4. Cerabooge commented on Mike Luckovich about 9 hours ago

    I believe the appropriate phrase is “intentionally obtuse”. It’s not exactly an argument for gay marriage, but it is an argument against the idiotic claims by those opposed.

  5. Cerabooge commented on Ted Rall about 9 hours ago

    Better watch out, TheWildSow; see Arghhgarrr’s comment. ;^)

  6. Cerabooge commented on Ted Rall about 9 hours ago

    So, not much has changed, huh? I kid, but what you describe is disgusting, and not so far in the past that we can write it off to “barbarism” or the like.

    On a related note: when the cows, pigs, and chickens take over, they’re going to be very unhappy with us.

  7. Cerabooge commented on Nick Anderson 1 day ago

    A big part of the problem is embodied in that term sanctity of marriage. Sanctity? Get religion out of the legal construct of governmentally-administered marriage. Unfortunately, religious marriage and civil marriage are, apparently, inextricably linked in the language itself.

  8. Cerabooge commented on Matt Davies 1 day ago

    It’s not about trade. It’s about corporate hegemony. A chapter that expands the system of international corporate courts, allows corporations to to sue nations for having the temerity to pass, say, environmental laws, and said chapter remaining SECRET for 4 years after passage? Anyone who supports that hates democracy.

  9. Cerabooge commented on Mike Luckovich 1 day ago

    And he’s second in polling. Not that that really means anything; 11% vs 16%. Why is there no IRV polling? “That one seems like the least horrible, but if not that one, then this other idiot will do, and if neither of those, then OK, I’ll go with that one. Can I have None of the above, please?”

  10. Cerabooge commented on Ted Rall 1 day ago

    I remember reading in A Distant Mirror that, during the early days of Western Culture, a donkey used in the commission of a capital crime (that is, most of them), would be hanged.
    And those are my ancestors. I’d rather have an ancestor who was hanged as a horse thief, than one who would hang the horse. Or donkey. Or dog.
    .
    Back on point, I’ve had a similar reaction on reading of an 80-year sentence for a 50-year old, 5 life sentences, etc. It just seems stupid.