Bob Gorrell for March 23, 2010

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    Motivemagus  about 12 years ago

    Lies, lies, lies, lies - and nasty little lies at that. Try not to let your biases show quite so much, Gorrell. Or at least show the Republicans doing the same thing, as they did during the GOP dominated years – which, let us not forget, led straight to this Democratic majority for a reason.

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    CorosiveFrog Premium Member about 12 years ago

    We have “socialized” (horror music plays) healthcare here, yet there is no restriction on junk food.

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    Redeemd  about 12 years ago

    Coming soon to a government near you!

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    alcors3  about 12 years ago

    Time for a real third party. The Republican’ts don’t fix anything and the Demagogs make things worse!

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    lonecat  about 12 years ago

    Exaggeration is okay – that’s how humor works – but it worries me that some people then start to believe that the exaggerations are the truth.

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    believecommonsense  about 12 years ago

    ^ this exaggeration is too over the time to be a good editorial tune, especially the last panel.

    (see Howie, I explained why Gorrell misses the mark. The first three were exaggerated humor, the fourth panel loses his attempt at political humor. He doesn’t know when to leave well enough alone.)

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    comYics  about 12 years ago

    shhh anandy, theyre running round naked, turn on that surveillance camera over yonder.

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    petergrt  about 12 years ago

    “Lies, lies, lies, lies - and nasty little lies at that.”

    Thy protest too much.

    What were the arguments preceding the enactment of motorcycle helmet, car seat-belts, and host of other, like life restricting laws now being considered with respect to food?

    The greater good of the collective - a classic Nietzsche, Lenin and the rest of the Fraternite crowd.

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    JoeRaisin  about 12 years ago

    Yeah, but the fine for not having health insurance is far, FAR, less expensive than buying the insurance (remember, democrats have admitted that they don’t see premiums coming down).

    So just pay 2k a year remain uninsured when you’re young and healthy and don’t want insurance (like many of the uninsured now) and then, if you DO get sick - go make an insurance company sell you a policy since they can’t deny you.

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    petergrt  about 12 years ago

    ReasonsVentriloquist :

    You are clearly educated beyond your intellect.

    ” …there are several high profile instances of employers demanding that their employees do “healthy” things like quit smoking …”

    You do understand that there is a slight difference between a private employer and the Federal Government …?

    ps: the $2k penalty is per year.

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    oneoldhat  about 12 years ago

    news item ks might tax sugar drinks

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    lalas  about 12 years ago


    Peter you clearly have never understood Nietzsche if you think he espoused the collective good.

    Oh what a maroon.

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