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  1. Dave Richard commented on Prickly City about 1 month ago

    Good idea, Darsan. That idea sure worked well in the old Soviet Union. How about this: maybe the lazy and entrenched people who don’t bother to look at the candidates’ records, and the ones stupid and gullible enough to be swayed by the negative ads should just stay home. Low voter turnout is not always a bad thing. In fact, maybe you should just stay home yourself.

  2. Dave Richard commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    The one between Li Tsu Chung and Guido Linguine

  3. Dave Richard commented on The Sunshine Club 8 months ago

    Keep coming back

  4. Dave Richard commented on Prickly City 10 months ago

    I wonder who it could be! My bet is Joe Biden, and he’s an evil genius just pretending to be an abject idiot.

  5. Dave Richard commented on Prickly City about 1 year ago

    Kylie, when you say you are going to increase spending by 10% and then only increase it by 5%, that is not a cut! If a family is getting ready to go bankrupt, would you suggest they solve the situation by going out and getting another credit card and running it up to its limit? That is exactly what Barry-O and the idiots in congress are doing by raising the debt ceiling. They need to REALLY cut spending, stop building roads to nowhere, and get rid of this idiotic “Obama-care.”

  6. Dave Richard commented on Prickly City about 1 year ago

    I find it funny that libs are always whining about “corporate greed” until their own 401k loses value or they lose their job.

  7. Dave Richard commented on Dilbert Classics about 1 year ago

    Hey, Honey-Boo-Boo and I are offended by this!

  8. Dave Richard commented on Get Fuzzy about 1 year ago

    wait… WHAT?

  9. Dave Richard commented on Prickly City about 1 year ago

    John, I’m sorry for your situation, but American Free Market economics is far different than Swedish Neo-Nazism. Here, it works and would work better if our delightful governmet would stop spending beyond its means.

  10. Dave Richard commented on Prickly City about 1 year ago

    Okay, so let me get this straight… Higher taxes cause prices to go up. So people will have less money to buy higher priced stuff. Great “stimulus” idea there, Barry-O!