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  1. d_legendary1 Demands Dr.C's Release

    d_legendary1 Demands Dr.C's Release said, 1 day ago

    G.W. Bush was president TWICE! Nuff said,

  2. Wabbit

    Wabbit GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    How and WHY?
    How did we get 2 of the worst people possible now candidates?
    I reason is the DNC rigged the election for her and her enormous ego and her dogged persistence and her willingness to bump off all her enemies, and how did this man who hates so many types of people and plans what to do about them?
    How can a man who is friends with the head of the KKK possibly become a candidate.
    How DID this Happen?

  3. Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist (Justice For Michael_wme!)

    Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist (Justice For Michael_wme!) GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    This could happen because Wall Street decided in 2013 (as I said right at the time) that Killary was its Chosen One for the post of Warmonger in Warshington. Burnie Sanders was picked as a dummy candidate to prevent any real opposition from arising inside the Daymockratic Gang – he was under orders to step aside when all other comers were defeated, and did. Trump was selected as the Guaranteed Loser to be put up by the Ripupthepublic Gang, like Romney last time and McCain before that. The reason Trump was chosen is that Killary is so disliked people would have to be scared into voting for her. That’s all there is to it.

  4. guy fawkes

    guy fawkes said, 1 day ago

    By now even casual observers have a fair idea of whom and what Mr. Trump is. All of his speeches twitter statements, books, interviews, business ventures, television shows and domestic arrangements are hiding in plain sight, with the notable exception of his tax returns.
    One year ago virtually all registered Republicans and Democrats considered the man beneath contempt, unworthy of serious consideration or retort.
    Six months ago virtually every journalist, conservative and progressive alike, reported (word for word) exactly what Mr. Trump said and did. That those words and deeds clearly did not reflect the ideals and principles that America is all about was agreed upon by business, religious leaders, retirees, educators, scientists, veterans, workers, engineers, civil servants, and anyone else who cared to consider the matter.
    Three months ago virtually every neo-nazi, KKK member, Russian dictator, radical Islamic terrorist, and fanatical militant conspiracy theorist supported Mr. Trump’s candidacy, for one reason or another.
    Two months ago the RNC began finalizing the Republican Party platform along the traditional ideas and themes held sacred by American conservatives since the founding. Mr. Trump, by his own admission, holds nothing sacred except winning, money, and discarding anyone or anything he personally considers a loser.
    One month ago a number of prominent conservatives began simultaneously denouncing the statements and positions Mr. Trump makes and offering their support to him in November. All calls for the release of his tax returns have ceased.
    Earlier this month the RNC platform was amended to reflect the candidate’s philosophy- better deal making from the executive branch of our government will make everything great. Inclusive and uniting themes, readily apparent in past platforms, is conspicuously replaced by the strangest interpretation of our Constitution one can imagine, and focuses on revisiting divisive issues long since settled by the will of the majority of American people.
    Last week America and the world watched as The RNC and Mr. Trump badly botched the tiniest crisis that they are ever likely to face. Beyond any reasonable doubt (many supporters boast about it), Mr. Trump and his advisers are complete political amateurs.
    Today America’s enemies are gleefully contemplating going up against an easily provoked amateur.

    Today America’s allies are nervously contemplating the end of civilized cooperation and support with the U.S.
    Today the American people will continue to be sickened by the farce that has become the face of U.S. politics.

    That face is Donald Trump.

  5. Alberta-oil

    Alberta-oil said, 1 day ago

    It happened.. because the masses are easily led. Articulate men have excited the people to follow since time began.. Inciting riots.. lynchings.. burning witches.. On a larger scale Hitler.. and now.. Trump is leading a mob, only time will tell how this turns out, but it could be rough.
    And it happens because the news media wants ratings at the expense what is good for the country.

  6. Northern Redman

    Northern Redman said, 1 day ago

    President Donald J. Trump. Get used to it.

  7. Jase99

    Jase99 GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    Yeah, we said exactly that about Bush. The problem is that the Dems ran weak candidates against Bush, and their running a very unpopular candidate against Trump.

    Trump is an odious reality show celebrity who pitches hissy fits on Twitter like a spoiled 13 y/o girl, lies about his wealth, and openly courts small minded bigots. Hillary is a corrupt politician who’s in the pocket of which ever special interest groups pay her enough money and who’s support for MY equal rights is subject to opinion polls.

    Moderate Republicans, Democrats, and progressive independents are repulsed by “The Donald.” Hillary is HATED by Republican with the burning passion of 10,000 suns because she’s a Clinton. Nearly half of the Democratic and most of the progressive independents because she more/less represents Bush’s 3rd term.

    The question is, who is less UNpopular, Trump or Hillary. If the answer is a toss up, it means the Democrats are really @#$% stupid to nominate Hillary.

  8. guy fawkes

    guy fawkes said, 1 day ago


    Truly disheartening that so many good people play right into the hands of political tricksters.
    The only plausible thing you said about Mrs. Clinton is that she is a politician. (We tend to get those running for president)
    The ‘meme’ is quite wrong and, were it falsely applied to a candidate Jase favored, he would rip it to shreds for all the logical fallacies and worthless unsubstantiated gossip backed by fringe conspiracy theorists that it is. (Bernie’s assessment- not mine)
    If Mrs. Clinton had actually done any of the ‘meme’ things, Congress could have (and would have) charged her. Please, please stick to your usual reality based commentary, and leave the pontificating to others less honest.

  9. sierra60

    sierra60 said, 1 day ago

    well, they said the anti-Christ was coming! He’s here!

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  11. lonecat

    lonecat said, 1 day ago

    Secretary Clinton would not have been my first choice for the Democratic nominee, but she just isn’t the horror that some people claim she is. Almost all of the claims made against her are demonstrably untrue or just silly. Her choice of Tim Kaine as VP was positively inspired. She will be a mostly-status-quo president.Trump, on the other hand, would be a disaster in every way. This is not a choice between two equally undesirable candidates. This is a choice between something not thrilling but acceptable and something completely unacceptable. I just don’t see how any person with an ounce of intelligence or moral sensibility could possibly imagine voting for Trump. He has built a campaign based on lies and insults and vacuity and exclusion and ignorance.

  12. martens is REALLY fed up

    martens is REALLY fed up said, about 24 hours ago


    I agree. My main problem with Clinton is her tendency to use military force more readily that I would prefer. But then, I’m not in the position of having to take responsibility for the outcomes and I certainly have not the informational resources that those in such positions have. What stuns me is that the kinds of claims made against her could readily and with much more evidence available be made against Trump. That, however, does not seem to faze the Trump supporters—which leads me to believe that the basis for their support is more due to racial and cultural bigotry than anything else. I will admit that those hurt by globalization have a fair gripe that has not been addressed nationally or internationally, but to think that Trump would address this problem goes against all his past history.

  13. Northern Redman

    Northern Redman said, about 24 hours ago

    @guy fawkes

    Congress doesn’t have the authority to charge anyone. It has to be referred to 0bama’s DOJ, and we already know how far that will get. Learn a little something about our form of government.

  14. guy fawkes

    guy fawkes said, about 24 hours ago

    @Northern Redman

    Please review the U.S. Constitution. You’ll find out all ya need about this subject without the filters.

  15. charlie555

    charlie555 said, about 23 hours ago

    Derailing a train is always messy.

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