Brian McFadden for November 13, 2017

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    pam Miner  over 3 years ago

    Despicable Ryan praying to the republican Jesus, praying to Ronald Ray-Guns.Talking with disgusting Turtle.

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member over 3 years ago

    This is too close to the truth to even be a satire.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member over 3 years ago

    How accurate can you get?? I thought editorial cartoons were supposed to be a satire of reality, not a 100% ACCURATE portrayal…

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    Striped Cat  over 3 years ago

    For him, I don’t even think this is much of an exaggeration.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Why do people vote for these creeps?

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    OldCoal  over 3 years ago

    When you get told all about how “Democrats are just as bad”, remember this, Republicans in the 2016 election cycle got 5.9 million from the NRA.

    Democrats got .1 million. That’s less than a fiftieth of what Republicans garnered.

    I think that’s a HUGE difference myself. Others seem to think it’s exactly the same.

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    Sadandconfused9  over 3 years ago

    Psychological evaluations, Plus how about constitutional knowledge tests, Plus truth in economics, plus tests on ethics and morality? I would think that those would also be requirements if they’re really going to serve the people and not just the corporations. I’m willing to share their service with the corporations, as long as the corporations are not getting the Lion’s Share. I think that should go to the people.

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    Zev  Premium Member over 3 years ago

    I think it’s time Ryan got himself a real job and found out what it’s really like to try to support a family these days. He’s lived off the government teat in one way or another since he started receiving Social Security survivor benefits as a teenager.

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    Mr. Blawt  over 3 years ago

    He thinks the right thing to do is pray, saying “prayer works” He has ensured there will be no legislative action to reduce gun violence. It’s disappointing, it’s sad and this is what you’ll get from the far right. People who do not govern don’t understand government, I guess I’d have to say. And it is the right thing to do is to make legislation in moments like this, because you know what? Laws work. And I know you believe that, and I believe that and when you hear the right is doing this thing, it’s no wonder you have so much polarization and disunity in this country when people think like that.

    One does not offer prayers in lieu of demonstrating political courage, but rather in preparation. In the wake of the heartbreaking shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, we find ourselves both calling people to prayer, and wishing that the word did not come so readily to the lips of elected leaders who are quick to speak, but take no action on behalf of public safety. Each of us has a role to play in our repentance. Elected representatives bear the responsibility of passing legislation that protects our citizenry. If our representatives are not up to this responsibility, we must replace them. In the meantime, however, we ask that in honor of our many murdered dead, elected leaders who behave as though successive episode of mass slaughter are simply the price our nation pays for freedom stop the reflexive and corrosive repetition of the phrase “thoughts and prayers”

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    Stan Corrected  over 3 years ago

    Aw what the heck, I still think “Atlas Sharted” is excellent. Always had a prediliction for scatological humor.

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    Nantucket Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Paul Ryan received money from Social Security after his father passed away (Ryan was 12). Yet he wants to have SS on the chopping block.

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