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Clay Bennett for April 09, 2010

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    4uk4ata  about 10 years ago

    Deadpan snarkery at its finest. The kid is gooood.

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    runar  about 10 years ago

    Way to go, Clay. Send a copy to Bob McDonnell.

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    zekedog55  about 10 years ago

    I wonder if McDonnell and Cuccinelli share nightmares about homosexual slaves.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member about 10 years ago

    Actually, not just Confederate until the “end”. But very illustrative—- of where more than a few “righties” go today, with populations around the world, not just at home.

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    pbarnrob  about 10 years ago

    Slavery is alive and well in the US of A. We just call it the ‘Prison-Industrial Complex’ nowadays.

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    comYics  about 10 years ago

    “Show and tell” of how Americans are still treated by Gov’ment.

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    comYics  about 10 years ago

    Caveman get angry, swing club.

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    Charles Brobst Premium Member about 10 years ago

    Let the children know about that great national shame which the Republicans are so proud of. Spending donor money in strip clubs.

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    halfabug  about 10 years ago

    it would be nice if someone read or heard what rush realy said instead of spouting rumor.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member about 10 years ago

    senor, they hold their brains in with that thumb, wouldn’t want to put it back in their mouth.

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    CorosiveFrog Premium Member about 10 years ago

    Do Germans have a Nazi history month?

    Sooky Rottweiler says; The Ceiling Cat’s Witnesses dropped by and left this book; www.lolcatbible.com Makes sense, but what’s annoying with thoe people is that they always drop by when you’re busy sleeping or licking yourself

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    Gladius  about 10 years ago

    Unless things have changed, the evils of the Nazi party are part of the required history curriculum in Germany. I had a German exchange student, a number of years ago, in a H.S. U.S. history course. She’d already had it.

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    CorosiveFrog Premium Member about 10 years ago

    ^yeah, it is a part of history, but du they celebrate it? Do germans still drive around with nazi flags on their cars?

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    Gladius  about 10 years ago

    Glorifying the Nazi regime is against the law in Germany. It is not covered by any freedom of speech or press guarantees.

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    Motivemagus  about 10 years ago

    church, harley, comYics - do you really think it is appropriate to celebrate the Confederacy? Really?

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    myming  about 10 years ago

    comYicks, senorbullwinkle is not the only person who feels this way.

    just because his/her avatar portrays a “caveman” does not necessarily means he/she is one. it could portray the step in advancement just before yours…

    abort in 3..2..1…

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    TruthfulTheocracy  about 10 years ago

    If Señor Bullwinkle wants to hire my younger siblings they are available to work on anything these lazy and stupid Americans can’t do.

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    OmqR-2.0  about 10 years ago

    Wow, great cartoon response.

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    runar  about 10 years ago

    Dr. Canuck, it was Mussolini who was supposed to have made the trains run on time (but he actually didn’t).

    Well into the mid ’30s, Hitler and Mussolini both were admired in the US for their no-nonsense approach to governing and their willingness to accomodate business interests. FDR was constantly urged by both Republicans and Democrats at the time to emulate the Fascists more closely.

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    Gladius  about 10 years ago

    The most successful fascist continues to be ignored by most people outside of Spain, Franco. Recently, there has been some motion to examine the Franco regime.

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    wittyvegan  about 10 years ago

    @harleyquinn: The Confederacy might not only be about slavery. But the current “implemenation” of the heritage month simply ignores the issue. History revisionism is a dangerous thing.

    I don’t have a problem if you also look at positive aspects of the Confederacy. But at the same time you also have to look at the crimes commited in their name.

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    comYics  about 10 years ago

    myming and motivemagus, if you are so touched by this dipiction of a cartoon supporting African American’s continueing to hold a grudge over Caucasian American’s, maybe you should enquire in the Bible where it says it is a good thing to forgive, and move on.

    It is along the same lines as Native American’s getting to celebrate how they were slaughtered when forieghners came to take land and Northern Vietnamese were bullying Southern Vietnamese.

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