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  1. californicated1 commented on Matt Bors 3 days ago

    I wouldn’t vote for either candidate on the so-called “Democratic” ticket, even if they were the last bulwark against Trump and their ilk.
    No candidate from either the GOP or the “Democratic” Party are getting my vote.
    Instead, I will throw my vote away on a Green Party candidate or some other political party that is NOT the GOP or the “Democratic” Party.
    This two-party stranglehold on us has to end and the sooner, the better.

  2. californicated1 commented on Ted Rall 8 days ago

    Besides, what’s good for the Loyalists and Redcoat sympathizers is usually not good for us Americans, especially those of us from families who did indeed fight in the Revolutionary War.

  3. californicated1 commented on Ted Rall 8 days ago

    Canada needs to fall apart.
    Quebec needs to become independent and the rest of English-speaking North America needs to shrug off their ties to that awful monarch across the Atlantic and their corrupt Bureaucrats at the Commonwealth Office, formerly known as Colonial Office.

  4. californicated1 commented on Steve Benson 8 days ago

    Considering that much of that sculpture defaced the land, I would not be surprised if somebody wound up dynamiting the work since there is no way to restore those rock faces to their original condition.
    Putting a new face there would probably be one heck of a legal fight.

  5. californicated1 commented on Ted Rall 8 days ago

    No dynasties!

  6. californicated1 commented on Tom Toles 8 days ago

    The problem that we are going to have with Trump, Cruz and Rubio is that they are either, in Cruz’ case, the generation that jumped over the border, or their are the first generation removed from the immigrants who did.
    In Trump’s case, there is the citizenship problems his mother, Mary Anne McLeod brings—she was a dual citizen of both the US and the UK and any children she bore also carry that citizenship status.
    In Cruz’ case, there may be that American mother, but while in Canada, she may have also applied for citizenship status and even voted and paid taxes while living in Alberta and that dual citizenship also spread to her children, including Ted.
    As for Rubio’s case, his parents only became American when they fled Cuba and their children reflect the zeal and fervor of those parents.
    I would have a lot more respect for these three if their generations in their families were not so close to the generations that came to this country.
    Somebody from either Linda Ronstadt’s or Hank Salazar (former Secretary of the Interior and possible Colorado Governor) would command my respect and get my vote perhaps because their families were here and became American through the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo in 1848—meaning that “the border jumped over their homes and their families” than any child of the previous generation that immigrated to the United States.
    It sort of betrays the ideals that those of us whose ancestors fought the American Revolution fought for, including to not risk being dominated by a foreign power, be they from across the Atlantic, the Loyalists on the other side of the Webster-Ashburton Treaty Line or the Spanish colonists from that island south of Florida.

  7. californicated1 commented on Jeff Danziger 9 days ago

    Nobody in the Army has dressed like that since 1981.

  8. californicated1 commented on Mike Luckovich 9 days ago

    Right Colo(u)r, but there should be a red maple leaf on his forehead.

  9. californicated1 commented on Non Sequitur 13 days ago

    “Connexion” is that pretentious and stuffy UK-English spelling usually meant to intimidate those of us on the left side of the Atlantic.
    Pay it no mind and hopefully it goes away like most Redcoat problems.

  10. californicated1 commented on Jeff Stahler 17 days ago

    What about the economy?
    It probably needs a depression screening, too.