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commented on Ted Rall
over 2 years ago
Interesting cartoon. Almost too cynical. But who deals with the actual impetus behind these horrible events? Sure Bush was in power, but Clinton was the one who sent in drones. The Dems like drones, the GOP invasions. The congressional-military-indistrial complex rattles on.
I find the left right goose-step of American politcal debate funny. I am referring to the comments here. Rall is not taking sides here as far as I can read. Just commenting on the way media in the U.S. sets up the “debate” around campaign publicity. What most Americans do not seem to get is that the monster of politics American style has developed this way because the system permits it to. Left or right, the noise is deafening. However, the GOP still needs to learn to communicate in the 21st century. With no apologies to Karl Rove and the Koch Bros. and their control of TV advertizing dollars.
Rall has got a finger on the pulse of our selfie referential digital pixel dust culture. I often feel like we will have to hit a saturation point some time. In the “future”
With all due respect, you are sarcastic about old hipsters and use a Crumby "Keep on Truckin’ " avatar? Hmm. Now that’s old school hipster man.
commented on Stuart Carlson
over 2 years ago
Thanks for the NRA propaganda.
So radishes are basically happily hopeful for the future. But I am wondering, just where the hell are we going to bury all our gadgets (and I am pointing at no generations at all here, I am on the tail end of one generation, but it depends on what country I am in).
Wonderful. The only weakness I see here is that the richest guy would own 3/4, not one half. But aside from that . . . The Liberal cracks me up, but then I think about it, and this one may not be a satire, just a likeness (which I dislike).
commented on The Worst Thing I've Ever Done
almost 3 years ago
In Canada, up until recently, the “rich people don’t suffer” mentality was a real thing. Judges were soft on prosecuting money fraud. Even if the victim had lost her/his life savings, the idea was, “it’s just a money crime, no one was hurt.”
I second Night-Gaunt49, the most morally slippery person thinks you are rich to rationalize steailing from you.
Hmm, how did Toronto mayor Rob Ford get his story in here?
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