Ted Rall by Ted Rall

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  1. Dale Hopson

    Dale Hopson GoComics PRO Member said, about 7 years ago

    Ted, I don’t get this one…

    And I do agree with him about the unhealthy “food” most Americans eat!

  2. ultramaroon

    ultramaroon said, about 7 years ago

    We’re waiting for American troops to leave Iraq.

    We’re waiting for health care reform that is worthy of the name.

    Basically we’re waiting for some sign - any sign - that Barack Obama will fulfill the hopes we invested in him.

    Ted thinks we’ll be waiting a long, long time.

    I’ve thought Ted has been too hard on Obama but frankly I’m starting to come around to his point of view.

  3. Vasmosn

    Vasmosn said, about 7 years ago

    Undo 8 years in 7 months? Some people really must have thought he was the messiah!

  4. sirromsirrom

    sirromsirrom said, about 7 years ago

    Considering the myriad of vested interests that stand in the way of anybody – including Obama – getting anything done, and the general obstinate stupidity of the American public, what we really need is to make Bernie Sanders dictator plenipotentiary. Or as Ted might say, Generalissimo El Bernardo.

  5. cjr53

    cjr53 said, about 7 years ago

    We could also use a cessation of the party of No, and an elimination of the talking heads such as limbaugh, beck, coulter, etc.

    There are some things that Barrack could do without legislation from congress.

  6. Gamerboi

    Gamerboi said, about 7 years ago

    Dale, This is a parody of Obama’s health plan, but with food instead of health care.

  7. Adam Sperry

    Adam Sperry said, about 7 years ago

    There are a thousand things Obama could do, at least temporarily, with the stroke of a pen.

    For instance:

    He could close Guantanamo permanently and give the land back to Cuba. Right now it’s all, ‘OMG- we have to wait…for something…’

    He didn’t have to defent DOMA. He could stop DADT and make sure Congress had a bill to rescind both of these. (Obama has flat-out broken his promises on Civil Rights and Equality)

    He could stop torture once and for all by he US, and he could stop send prisoners to other countries to be tortured.

    He could order complete withdrawls from Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Need I go on???

  8. WestTex13

    WestTex13 said, about 7 years ago

    cjr53 - Of course a single party view with no opposition or any opposition being removed forcefully is a swift method for making change. It has historically worked.. While we’re at it we should set up concentration camps and fire up the ovens..

  9. iamthemodextremist

    iamthemodextremist said, about 7 years ago

    No to all of you. What Rall is doing here is trying to make money. No matter what happens, no matter who is in charge Rall’s comics are never going to change because that is the personality that people have come to expect for him. He’s exactly the same as Rush, Beck, Hannity, Rhodes or any of the others. He’ll always just bow down to what the far left demands.

  10. 4uk4ata

    4uk4ata said, about 7 years ago

    Maybe because he is on the left?

  11. AJLCAB

    AJLCAB said, about 7 years ago

    I am probably not as left as Mr. Rall but I too am let down by President Obabma’s administration to this point. Yes, it is very early in his term but the variance from what he campaigned on and what has been accomplished is growing more each day. I am not sure if the President does not want to push his campaign agenda or if he has left the day to day details to the psycho in the House (Chairman Pelosi). You would think with control of Congress and the White House that even a slightly liberal agenda would be possible. This latest fiasco with a healthcare initiative really broke my heart.

  12. 4uk4ata

    4uk4ata said, about 7 years ago

    Rall is against it because he finds it too much to the right. The right is against it because it is too much to the left. You can’t please them all.

    You may be right, tigger, and it may be the plan eventually lacks the broad support to pass. However, it will not be because the plan is inherently flawed, but because of the weak organization of those who should have supported it.

  13. bromonation

    bromonation said, about 7 years ago


  14. ynnek58

    ynnek58 said, about 7 years ago

    I wasn’t let down because I was pretty dang sure Obama wasn’t the Messiah. Look, the dude had no track record – he basically hadn’t done much of anything as a senator (except accumulate an extraordinarily socialist voting record). He wants to be Lincoln SO bad, but he’s nothing but another LBJ. It’s no different than Eisenhower getting elected saying he was going to get us out of Korea – did he? No! There wasn’t really much of a choice (at least at that point) even if he wanted. Obama said what was popular and what people wanted to hear. You didn’t actually believe him did you? How can you tell a politician is lying? He’s every bit as big a dip wad as Bush – just in a different direction. Have no expectations of government – you won’t be disappointed.

  15. ynnek58

    ynnek58 said, about 7 years ago

    Difference is Christianity is voluntary… sure – seems like a small thing… Problem here is socialists think they can determine my level of ‘benevolence’.

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