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Steve Breen

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  1. sw10mm

    sw10mm said, almost 2 years ago

    Make him walk the plank. He still won’t understand, but it’ll be good entertainment.

  2. Clark  Kent

    Clark Kent said, almost 2 years ago

    @ms imatroll, it was your hero shrub that spent most of the time golfing or playing around while darth cheney was ruling us.

  3. Nos Nevets

    Nos Nevets said, almost 2 years ago

    Sequester. Now.
    Please!
    If it hurts me, personally, fine.
    It’s just a start.

  4. I Play One On TV

    I Play One On TV said, almost 2 years ago

    @ansonia

    If you think this is all Obama’s fault, you’re mistaken. Not to say he is not complicit, but it took more than one idiotic decision to get us where we are.

    Also, the reason Bush didn’t play much golf when he was in office: Remember that scene where he looked seriously into the camera and told everyone how he was going to get the evildoers, and that they can’t hide from him, etc. He finished with, “Now watch this drive.” and as the camera pulled back, he was on a driving range. I guess his advisors told him how bad that looked, and he states he stopped golfing after that date. There are rumors he played in secret, but it really doesn’t matter. He wasted HIS time clearing brush; he took a little over a year’s vacation days in his 8 years in office.

    It still doesn’t matter. What matters is what you do when you’re at work. And before you start saying Obama doesn’t work, remember that all of Congress took the last week off instead of doing their job, as well.

  5. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 2 years ago

    @ansonia

    “Obama played more golf in 3-1/2 years than Bush did in 8.”


    Well by golly I’ll bet he wasn’t as good with a chain saw as Bush! We know for sure that he didn’t have a shooting range named after him like Bush did!!!!


    I am amazed at the level of dialog when our country faces some of the greatest challenges since the depression. Golf, really, who gives a rats ass????


    http://www.amshootcenters.com/

  6. Bruce4671

    Bruce4671 said, almost 2 years ago

    @David

    OK, fine. Now take a gander at when where and how much.

    Oh, and where was the wife during all this?

    How many grand balls for his friends?

    How about “date” nights in NYC?

    But me? I’m going with a president is NEVER really on vacation being available 24/7. Unless, of course, you have sent an ambassador into harms way for some covert operation and it goes wrong. THEN you just go to bed and tell the staff “do want you need to do, but do NOT bother me with this trivial stuff”.

  7. I Play One On TV

    I Play One On TV said, almost 2 years ago

    @ansonia

    “Only to the liberal mind, is Bush on vacation when he is at his home working and Obama is working when he spends the day at the golf course.”

    First off, the fact that we don’t always agree does not make me a liberal. If I had to categorize myself, I would call myself a social liberal and a fiscal conservative. I don’t care what you do or with whom; it’s none of my business unless the results affect me personally or my country as a whole. But you can’t spend more than you make. As both parties have done so with gusto throughout the past several decades, I align myself with no party. On the other hand, I’d rather have tax and spend than borrow and spend. If you’re a tax/spender, you have to stop spending when your tax money runs out. If you’re a borrow/spender, you just keep spending. As a result, I align myself less with Republicans, since they have more fully embraced borrow/spend.

    Now, back to your response to me: I find that sometimes I do my best thinking in a hot bathtub. I still go to work in the mornings, though. Sometimes I do more work at work. Sometimes more at home. Doesn’t matter, if I’m working. So, I will give Dubya credit for working when he was at Crawford, if you’ll allow credit for Obama while he’s on the golf course.

    But, since you feel the need to compare how bad each president was: I understand that Mr. Obama went to sleep when things happened in Benghazi. On the other hand, he woke up the next day and, like his explanation or not, addressed the issue. Unlike Mr. Bush, who was photographed smiling with Mr. McCain at Mr. McCain’s birthday party in Phoenix at the very time that Hurricane Katrina was laying waste to New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Much as Mr. Obama turned to the person in charge (Susan Brown, I believe her name is), Mr. Bush turned to Michael “Heck-of-a-job, Brownie” Brown to keep him informed of what was really going on.

    Mr. Brown stated he had no knowledge there were people in the Convention Center until at least two days after the storm, despite the fact that the Commie Pinko Liberal Media reported it continually from the beginning of storm coverage.. He didn’t know that there were cops shooting at survivors trying to walk across the Mississippi River Bridge. Mr. Bush acted on false information for days, and even brought an entire stage and portable lighting so he could come to Jackson Square several nights later, make a very nice speech, turn the lights off, and leave the good folks of New Orleans in the dark.

    Should we really be arguing about who is worse? Shouldn’t we just be seeing what we can do about this mess and making policy to keep this from repeating?

  8. ARodney

    ARodney said, almost 2 years ago

    The cartoon is quite stupid — the deficit has gone down every year under Obama, and would very likely be a surplus if his policies had been put into effect. We need long-term spending cutting and short term stimulus. It worked under Reagan (well, the stimulus part at least — he never cut anything).

  9. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 2 years ago

    @I Play One On TV

    “If I had to categorize myself, I would call myself a social liberal and a fiscal conservative.”


    Careful Doc, you’re putting yourself into that dangerous land of independent thinking outside of the “political box.” That’s how I eventually embraced the Libertarian party. They are so diverse in their thinking, and all that I know are so hard to categorize it’s a perfect resting place for the “non-partisan.”

  10. I Play One On TV

    I Play One On TV said, almost 2 years ago

    “Careful Doc”

    I am aware of the risk. I hope I’m up to it. Thanks, though, for the warning.

  11. mickey1339

    mickey1339 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 2 years ago

    @ansonia

    What do you think of Rand Paul?


    There are some aspects of his background/beliefs that I support. He’s definitely a fiscal conservative which I like, but calling himself a libertarian is a stretch. He’s-pro life, against gay marriage, against most drug use. I guess he’s what I would consider a half assed libertarian. That’s probably why he got elected, he could still appeal to the republicans. I like his Dad better.

  12. Bruce4671

    Bruce4671 said, almost 2 years ago

    @David

    Well, I see you have an opinion. But tell me, what exactly is it I have to believe?

    Had a republican been in the hot seat you would be singing a different tune.

    Obama’s Pops WAS a kenyan and his MOM was the second wife of a polygamist. Suppose that’s garbage too.

    No, regardless of where Obama was born his MOM was a citizen and so is he. Big deal.

    But the formative years spent in an anti-american household in Jakarta (O’s words in his book) being shipped off to the G’pods and the “friends” he chose, the entertainment, lifestyle – all in his book – tell a lot about who he is today.

    His political background in Chicago politics shows and you love it.

    What a shame that certain prophets will be proved true. And you and people like you are clueless…..talk about sheeple

  13. Zuhlamon

    Zuhlamon said, almost 2 years ago

    Hey trolls. Guess what, the deficit has been rapidly decreasing under Obama. In fact, the cuts will actually exacerbate the deficit due to loss of revenue from working people. But then, if the truth isn’t widely known, it makes it easy to lie.

  14. TJDestry

    TJDestry GoComics PRO Member said, almost 2 years ago

    That’s not red ink. It’s the blood of American servicemen killed because of GOP intelligence failures. (Yes, it takes more than four to fill an ocean)

  15. Bruce4671

    Bruce4671 said, almost 2 years ago

    @David

    Yes, NO and what, never watch a late night horror/scifi flic?

    Pod people?

    Grandparents?

    Pod people are “not quite human/understandable” and don’t reflect human values.

    Grandparents are old out of touch and don’t reflect young values.

    G’Pods…..sorry my mind is awash with electrical impulses that spit out strange contractions….lol

    And the factoids presented are taken from the book, articles about his mom and dad and so while you may not understand the significance or why it matters, I do and that satisfies me.

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