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  1. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 6 days ago

    Behaving like an evil empire since well before the 1950’s

  2. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 10 days ago

    The brownshirts are preparing to monitor the polls for undesirables November 8th.

  3. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 25 days ago

    There is not one positive thing to report about Trump for a reason. Which publication wrote extensively about him a dozen years ago and found “the short fingered vulgarian” all the characterization that was required? What single positive human trait is exemplified in his existence? He’s proudly ignorant, regards his crassness as being so over-the-top that it has entertainment value, and is a racist, misogynistic dolt who understands the value of nothing. A con man who has conned himself into believing that he matters or deserves to walk even in the gutters along the avenue of humans. Trump introduced the banal to the phrase, “the banality of evil” – or was it “the evil of banality…”

  4. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    The debt was 10% of GDP when the last Republican president stepped down. Obama has reduced it to 3%. If you let that sort of debt frighten you out of necessary spending, you can well expect your house to fall in on itself before you acquire the awareness that it needs fundamental maintenance. A business with a 3% debt that fails to spend money to expand when borrowing is practically free is a business, like a country, that is going nowhere.

  5. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    Clinton is the only choice, given the choices. But she will do nothing to rock the boat in the ocean that is the plutocrats’ bathtub.

  6. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    Another center right pseudo technocrat unencumbered by the vision thing. The great minds of Martha’s Vinyard will steer us toward economic justice with the crackling imagination necessary to see us through climate catastrophe and international political chaos, no doubt.

  7. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    “If you say so.” Perfect. Brings back all the on-line discussions of the primaries wherein folks who cared about traditional Democratic values were asking “WTF?” of Clinton supporters while listening to them refer to Sanders – whose economic and taxation policies were to the right of Eisenhower’s – as a radical.

  8. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 2 months ago

    Sounds like the great Oliphant is going the way of Twain and Vonnegut, despairing of human nature. And with good reason. But there is nobility in being the adversary of evil and corruption, no matter how hopeless the effort. And Rall is victorious if only for drawing its heavily lidded, noxious gaze for a moment. Far more than most of us – or his contemporary artists – accomplish.

  9. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 2 months ago

    Rall battles self-satisfied complacency among the slightly better motivated. Nothing could be more American. No reality check is more needed. The ‘charge’ that Rall’s illustrations break little new ground is simply not supported by the vast continent of undisturbed habits of thought in front of him – which is why some get so spikey in response to his work exposing the common hackery of even of those politicians admired by the more thoughtful among us. “Not being radical enough should not disqualify” – nor should being slightly progressive immunize a leader or a group of supporters from accurate criticism. I believe that I will have to donate again in place of the one-timer who wants Rall to fall into line.

  10. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 2 months ago