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  1. tsuga commented on Gil Thorp over 1 year ago

    Careful there kdizzle, just because he’s Irish, doesn’t mean he’s a Traveller!

  2. tsuga commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 2 years ago

    Did Calvin grow up to become Newt Gingrich?

  3. tsuga commented on Chuck Asay over 3 years ago

    Where’s the biggest piglet of all, military spending?

  4. tsuga commented on Chuck Asay almost 4 years ago

    Typically bizarre Asay take on current events: big banks demonstrate incompetence and shoddy business practices and even serially broke the law by failing to review foreclosure notices, yet it is the government’s fault for enforcing long-standing laws. The irony is the Obama administration is not cracking down on the banks and is simply asking them to clean up their acts which is far closer to what Chuck is advocating than he could ever admit.

  5. tsuga commented on Chuck Asay about 5 years ago

    This is the best Asay cartoon ever! Unbelievable irony from the man with the self-proclaimed biblical worldview.

  6. tsuga commented on Chuck Asay about 5 years ago

    Michael - If I’m not mistaken, Asay may have - for the first time in my memory - come close to making an interesting point. Because the federal government now owns a majority stake in GM, it has an interest in profit, and therefore government safety standards can become a conflict of interest if they limit profit. Or more in line with Asay’s thinking, the government will push the agenda of more fuel efficient cars to the detriment of safety because they control both things, much like tobacco companies did despite knowing the impacts of smoking…did I really just use Asay and thinking in the same sentence? Wow.

  7. tsuga commented on Chuck Asay over 5 years ago

    I’m confused. Is Asay advocating more government bailouts of “productive industries?”

  8. tsuga commented on Chuck Asay over 5 years ago

    Interesting that Asay failed to make this point during the debt-spiraling Bush years.