Scott Stantis by Scott Stantis

Scott Stantis

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  1. Stipple

    Stipple said, 5 days ago

    Sometimes Joe has a sense of humor all his own.

  2. mikefive

    mikefive said, 5 days ago

    If Joe runs, I don’t think what is depicted will happen unless Hillary screws up.

  3. wmconelly

    wmconelly said, 4 days ago

    Scott would like Biden to split the Democrats like Trump is splitting the RepubliCons. That way the RepubliCons MIGHT have an OUTSIDE chance of controlling all three branches of US government.
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    ALL THREE!
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    With two already in hand, THERE’S something to dream about, eh, Scott? Everybody force marched under one ‘corporate’ Stars and Stripes; the crazy notion of one person one vote finally ‘fixed’; the Ailes Rush Noise Team blaring the day’s ‘exceptionalisms’ from every audio device 24/7?
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    I mean how cool is THAT?

  4. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, 4 days ago

    Right now, the best guess is that Secretary Clinton has more than 50% of all the people who will vote in Democratic primaries and caucuses.


    She is weakest in Iowa and New Hampshire, so that might sell a few newspapers.


    She can be stopped if the Obama Justice Department indicts her and sets no bail, and when that happens, I’ll look out my window for porcine aeronauts.


    Of course, shortly before Secretary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination, the Republicans can be expected to put up a reasonable alternative, and given the fact that more than 50% of all voters have misgivings about her, she was likely to lose the election. However, if Trump runs as the Republican nominee, or as a third party, her election becomes almost inevitable.


    Unless the Donald says, in late October, ‘I only ran because Bill asked me to help him and Hillary get back into the White House,’ which is about the only way we won’t see Grandma Clinton as the First* Woman President of the US.

  5. mfhorn 4

    mfhorn 4 said, 4 days ago

    Biden strikes me as the kind of person who needs help from the Secret Service to find his way out of the shower in the morning.

  6. NeedaChuckle

    NeedaChuckle said, 4 days ago

    Joe is a mensch. You can tell because Republicans hate him.

  7. mikefive

    mikefive said, 4 days ago

    @NeedaChuckle

    “Joe is a mensch.”

    I listened to the Bork and Thomas nominations. I don’t care what you think of either of these men. Joe Biden’s conduct during those hearings was not that of a mensch, quite the opposite.

  8. moderateisntleft

    moderateisntleft said, 4 days ago

    @Stipple

    And sometimes HE is the joke.

  9. denis1112

    denis1112 said, 4 days ago

    @wmconelly

    Are you,unemployed, posting from your moms basement?

  10. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, 4 days ago

    I like Bernie and Joe, both too old in my view to run, Reagan was an example of the danger of too old, not that either of these guys are as senile or Alzheimer’s as Ron was when first elected, let alone second term.


    My problem is I dont really “like” any of the Republicans, nor Hillary very much either. Webb? Warren? Maybe.


    Whole thing is depressing.

  11. guy fawkes

    guy fawkes said, 4 days ago

    Joe, Hillary and Bernie have nothing to do with this ‘toon. Everyone does seem to have great interest in 2016’s Presidential election, though. Illinois just wants a budget. These guys are a far cry from Lincoln-Douglass.

  12. netizen_james

    netizen_james said, 1 day ago

    @mikefive

    You must have been listening to some Heritage-Foundation edited rebroadcast:
    “At the close of the hearings, Biden won praise for conducting the proceedings fairly and with good humor and courage, as his 1988 presidential campaign collapsed in the middle of the hearings.1112 Rejecting some of the arguments that other Bork opponents were making,10 Biden framed his discussion around the belief that the Constitution provides rights to liberty and privacy that extend beyond those explicitly enumerated in the text, and that Bork’s strong originalism was ideologically incompatible with that view.” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Bork_Supreme_Court_nomination)

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