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Chip Bok for April 07, 2021

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    jvo  about 1 month ago

    I wonder what Bok would have thought about Eisenhower’s Interstate rollout?

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    LookingGlass Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Another inane comment from Baghdad Bok!! BTW: Isn’t that the swamp that your dear leader promised to DRAIN?? Keep this up and you might go the way of Stigly!!

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    Patjade Premium Member about 1 month ago

    WTF is Baghdad Bok hallucinating about now?

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    Teto85 Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Not only did tiny not drain the swamp, he helped make it worse.

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    cdward  about 1 month ago

    Why is fixing bridges, roads, railroad, internet and the rest of our infrastructure — which we need to thrive — bad?

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    walfishj  about 1 month ago

    OH dear, what can the matter be? Oh dear, what can the matter be? McConnell’s been to long at the fair!

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    EdMeiller Premium Member about 1 month ago

    People cheered tRump when he TALKED about infrastructure but now that Biden plans to do something Bok and company are having seizures.

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    mourdac Premium Member about 1 month ago

    The Swamp…how…quaint. The very one that got deeper and more sewage filled from 2016 through January 20, 2021 due to Herr Gropinfuror’s utter incompetence, nepotism, and racism/sexism/xenophobia.

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    MontanaBill Premium Member about 1 month ago

    And so, once again, the natter nayboobs decry opposition to Biden’s infrastructure bill, completely ignoring that the vast majority of the money will not go to infrastructure but to ‘progressive’ wish list nonsense.

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    Durak Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Back in October 2020 my Kentucky state senator was running for reelection. He kept announcing these “new” grants that were going to put sidewalks in some of our rural communities.

    These grants were part of a DOT project run by Sec. Chou, Mrs. Mitch McConnell, our esteemed Senator. They had had these funds for months, but sat on them until just before the election.

    So now they’re busy pulling up sidewalks and relaying them in our nearby towns. Towns without jobs, libraries, falling down schools, parks and all kinds of other problems. But we have a couple 100 yards of new sidewalks down roads no one walks on.

    Oh yeah, and a re-elected GOP state Senator.

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    preacherman  about 1 month ago

    So, only Repubs can repair the infrastructure. When are they going to get to it? Maybe, never. Meanwhile it falls to Dems to fix the mess you and your Repub cronies make of our world. All you Repubs seem to know how to do is kiss up to your big money donors with tax cuts and laws designed to enhance some business at the expense of the rest of us. VOTE DEMS ALWAYS!

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Republicans don’t seem to mind when tax breaks for the rich don’t find there way to the bottom.. yet the thought that not all the infrastructure money is properly spent seems to blow their minds.

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    calliarcale  about 1 month ago

    “The swamp” has never referred to government spending. It refers to cronyism, and absolutely no president has gone further down that road or more blatantly than Donald J Trump. How many of BIden’s children now have official White House duties? How many of his personal associates are getting cabinet positions and juicy political appointments? Hell, how many of his friends are getting pardons?

    One of the biggest infrastructure pushes in the 20th Century was FDR’s New Deal, which created the Works Program Administration. It directly created jobs for millions of Americans who were on unemployment assistance during the Great Depression. It also built a huge amount of infrastructure, much of which we are still using today, almost a century later. Eisenhower had another big infrastructure push, creating the interstate highway system that is the lifeblood of so much of our transportation today. And we still use it.

    Infrastructure investment pays off better than any other kind of spending, by making it easier for businesses to operate and to grow. Those businesses then pay taxes, and employ people who pay taxes, and who buy things, which leads to more businesses making more money and paying more taxes, and so on — infrastructure spending is not pork, it’s an investment.

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    DrDon1  about 1 month ago

    Bok proudly supports the ’Do Nothing { for the People } Party!

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    ferddo  about 1 month ago

    Thanks to Trump, who restocked and fed that swamp… although if companies that support Republicans were guaranteed to get the contracts, the GQPs would suddenly not only like the infrastructure bill – they’d claim credit for it…

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Bok looks nuts.

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    Pat Towey Premium Member about 1 month ago

    When did the re-pubs steal the right to define infrastructure?

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    Johnny on the Spot  about 1 month ago

    The Swamp looks a bit smaller than when the other guy was President.

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    RAGs  about 1 month ago

    Isn’t “The Swamp” centered in Mar-a-Lago, where republican politicians go to recharge their evil?

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    Nantucket Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Tax cut of 2017 that companies spent on stock buybacks like the CEOs said they would do just heated up the stock market and did NOTHING for the REAL economy. If corporate tax rates were higher (and I’m proposing that we go back to 35% or MORE) then companies spend money investing in their companies and training and supporting their employees to bring their tax obligation down.

    Infrastructure investment is expected to return at least $2 for every $1 spent because people that are NOT wealthy will spend the money which will create even more jobs.

    The cost in lives and money and to the environment when infrastructure fails are far too high too continue to ignore the problems. Plus private companies need to be held responsible for the damages they do. Examples: the reservoir in Florida is on private property but the taxpayers have to foot the bill, Superfund site clean-ups at former mines and quarries should be funded by the owners, not taxpayers.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member about 1 month ago

    75% popularity among all voters, which includes all political parties. But of course, all of the Crime-Family Congressional Republicans along with their vile trolls, the tЯump☠ fascists, and all of the so-called “conservative” prostitute cartoonists here on Go Comics (Lisa Benson, Bob Gorrell, Chip Bok, Al Goodwyn, Steve Kelley, Mike Lester Henry Payne, Mike Ramirez, Gary Varvel) are not just against doing anything to help or rebuild America. In fact, they literally want to destroy Democracy and replace it with a one-party autocracy, and don’t care about destroying the economy or killing hundreds of thousands of people to score political points while blaming “The Dems” for exactly what they themselves have done, and are still doing.

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    evanmarhews  about 1 month ago

    bok livaer ain ahis little world

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    LilDale  about 1 month ago

    There are many reasons Biden’s approval rating is over 60%. Trump never got past 50% in 4 years!

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