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  1. jwetherson commented on Mike Luckovich about 5 years ago

    The Republicans succeeded in keeping the public eye on the debt—completely ignoring jobs for the unemployed. Oh, yeh, cut taxes so the wealthy can stash more cash, and by and by there will be jobs.

  2. jwetherson commented on Pat Oliphant about 5 years ago

    We can fix all that in 2012. Just vote in people who are reasonable.

  3. jwetherson commented on Robert Ariail about 5 years ago

    The Republicans are right. Just spend — let’s not bother with those messy taxes.

  4. jwetherson commented on Jeff Danziger about 5 years ago

    We had a chance to start eliminating the National Debt until Bush II decided that the “surplus” in the treasury had to be returned to taxpayers instead of making Debt repayment. Oh, wait, taxes bad — debt good — when the Republicans are in power.

  5. jwetherson commented on Jeff Danziger about 5 years ago

    It’s just a warning that Rupe is going to slide out from under all of this.

  6. jwetherson commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 5 years ago

    There are no barriers on the rim of the Grand Canyon. Not a trick answer there are no barriers anywhere near the rim of the Grand Canyon.

  7. jwetherson commented on Pat Oliphant about 5 years ago

    Why would the government spend millions of dollars to build a huge dam in the middle of a desert? What use was that??

  8. jwetherson commented on Bloom County about 5 years ago

    No, It’s Plutocracy, where the Golden Rule applies.

  9. jwetherson commented on Stuart Carlson about 5 years ago

    Now that the Mad Hatter is in charge — can the Red Queen be far behind. Off With Their Heads!!

  10. jwetherson commented on Dick Tracy about 5 years ago

    “Eislander” may have something to do with the proposal in Iceland to have those who are seeking to stop copyright infringement on websites go to a court to have the material taken down.