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  1. eepatt commented on Jerry Holbert 20 days ago

    I dunno, Mikefive. From everything I’ve heard him say, his policy proposals and his hair are both in the same league and very appropriate to make fun of.

  2. eepatt commented on Gary Varvel 26 days ago

    We “won” the war in Viet Nam? Never in any way. As in Iraq, we lost when we entered it. And don’t forget the repub pres candidate who committed treason and prolonged the war. You are Harley, aren’t you? And not a smarter version either.

  3. eepatt commented on Shoe about 1 month ago

    Musician/composer/lutier David Bromberg told a better version of this old joke. His band was doing a rock version of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. They hired a four baritones from the New York Opera do help with the 4th movement, the choral movement. The opera guys were very unfamiliar with the recreational pharmaceuticals oft utilized by modern rock and roll groups and were thoroughly intoxicated when it was their time to perform. Their sheet music would not stay on the music stands, so the roadies tied it down for them. So that was the situation—The basses were loaded, there were two out, the score was tied, and it was the bottom of the 9th.

  4. eepatt commented on Jerry Holbert about 1 month ago

    Mother Nature bats last.

  5. eepatt commented on Matt Wuerker about 1 month ago

    A Canadian mining engineer on a train in Cuba explained to me: ‘The rest of the world considers Fidel Castro a hero. Only the U.S. considers him to be a bad guy.’ Did you ever see what Nelson Mandela had to say about him?

  6. eepatt commented on Ken Catalino 2 months ago

    Who is truthful? G.W.Bush, The Dick Cheney, Rubio, Cruz, Paul, Walker, Rush, Norquist, Bohner, Turtleface, ………..? No. Who IS truthful? Jon Stewart!

  7. eepatt commented on Gary Varvel 2 months ago

    Which president had the most high level appointees found guilty(or plead ‘no contest’ to) crimes committed while in office? The Clinton administration had the phony impeachment publicity about Bill’s personal life, but crimes pertaining to his government—zero. It was not Nixon, but it was a republican.

  8. eepatt commented on Jim Morin 2 months ago

    “What does it matter?” That was not her response to the fact that Americans were killed. That was her response to the question ‘when was the news released?’ Did it really matter if the news was made public on Sunday or Monday?

    As far as corruption and deceit are concerned, which president’s administration was most corrupt? Which president had the most cabinet heads convicted or pleaded ‘no contest’ to crimes committed while in office? It was not Clinton. Facts can be dangerous. So can your half-truths and lies.

  9. eepatt commented on Doonesbury 3 months ago

    A little history: James Watt was Sec. of Interior under Ronnie Raygun. He was so bad environmentally that he became the biggest recruiter for Sierra Club ever. He was also on the board of directors of Jim and Tammie Faye Baker’s televangelist scam. He and many other high level cabinet officials of Ronnie’s were found guilty of corruption. He pleaded no contest and had to pay a big fine but did not get a “record.”

  10. eepatt commented on Wizard of Id 3 months ago

    Ouch! Habeneros burn you twice—Once on the way in and again on the way out.