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  1. motivemagus commented on Signe Wilkinson 8 minutes ago

    Except he may have finally blown it. All his properties are losing customers; the media has finally shown who he is (instead of indulging him)…it might be over for him except for his most faithful followers. Who are probably enough for him to launch Trump TV.

  2. motivemagus commented on Signe Wilkinson about 11 hours ago

    Even though I know he’s just an idiot who is keeping people’s attention on him, the fact that he doesn’t know how horrible this statement is is bad enough.And he doubled down later, I understand, saying “I’ll accept it – IF I WIN.” Might as well say you won’t accept it. And coupled with the fact that he has been claiming it is rigged (if it were, it would be in his favor!), that this is part of his fight against the establishment, etc., he comes a danger to the Republic.The sooner he disappears into the obscurity he so richly deserves, the better. VOTE!!

  3. motivemagus commented on Mike Luckovich 1 day ago

    I suspect that whenever he repeated one of his memes, they counted it as a victory because he sure showed that Hillary. They may also have counted it when he ran over her, which he did frequently.It’s biased perception: you see what you want to see and minimize what you don’t.

  4. motivemagus commented on Gary Markstein 1 day ago

    I don’t think he’s writing with a crayon…

  5. motivemagus commented on Rob Rogers 1 day ago

    No, zip codes are a poor way to organize. There are better methods, which ensure closer to the ideal of “one man, one vote” and also ensure that the outcome reflects the pattern of voting.Here’s an article with some examples: http://www.newsweek.com/gerrymandering-districts-can-be-undone-math-359204

  6. motivemagus commented on Jim Morin 1 day ago

    Yep. Unbelievable. A benign little political event to raise money for charity turned into a nasty mudfest on Trump’s part, getting boos from the crowd as a consequence. Sure, it’s not just politics as usual – but it shows better than anything that there are advantages to someone who knows how to behave in public.

  7. motivemagus commented on Steve Benson 2 days ago

    I think it’s a question of when the person uploads, no conspiracy required. I have observed that Jack Ohman, for example, is rarely marked New when I check out the page. I have also observed that Jeff Danziger usually doesn’t show until around 4pm Eastern time. So I think the real issue is that people upload at different times, and the New indicator is added after that. And I suspect at rollover time it goes away again, meaning that if someone uploaded their cartoon at 11pm, it would be marked as New for only an hour.You don’t need to play the “victim” card; remember Trump has no one to blame but himself…

  8. motivemagus commented on Clay Jones 2 days ago

    Oh, awesome idea. PLEASE give Baldwin the Emmy. Hear that sound? That’s Trump exploding from his own bile igniting…

  9. motivemagus commented on Jack Ohman 2 days ago

    Be careful, Jack – I think a lot of Trump supporters may BELIEVE this cartoon!The Harry Golden Rule is out in force this year…

  10. motivemagus commented on Rob Rogers 2 days ago

    They succeeded. They gerrymandered NC so badly that a federal judge has ordered them to change it, and they’re STILL fighting the decision. As someone noted above, 2 million more people voted for Democratic candidates than Republican in the last election, and yet there are more Republicans are in the House than Democrats, which is a travesty of democracy. This is part of the GOP’s problem, of course – there are too many uncompromising nut-jobs in positions from which they effectively can’t be removed. But it’s the nation’s problem, too. We need major reform.Saying that “the Democrats did it too” is simply irrelevant. We need a better system — and there are several — to prevent ANY party. And the truth is that right now the GOP has been far more successful monopolizing the state level than the Democratic party ever was.