Clay Bennett for March 01, 2017

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    emptc12  over 4 years ago

    Art Buchwald, the great political humorist, occasionally wrote columns that quoted sanctimonious comments by current politicians and, in parentheses, imagined what they were really thinking. I look forward to the day when televisions might come with a feature that shows such “closed captioning for the reasoning impaired.”

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    Mr. Blawt  over 4 years ago

    Trump had a presidential moment. Will his actions follow his words?

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    kurt.zwicky  over 4 years ago

    Shouldn’t that pen go off the chart most off the time??

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    superposition  over 4 years ago

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    awesomesteeler  over 4 years ago

    Interesting caricature… I Like!

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    Odon  over 4 years ago

    Perhaps he read a nice speech, but his persistent absence of sincerity overshadows his words.

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    braindead Premium Member over 4 years ago

    I thought reading from a teleprompter showed that you are stupid and unfit to be president.

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    RAGs  over 4 years ago

    A polygraph just measures certain body functions, such as respiration, pulse rate and skin conductivity (to see if you’re sweating) among others, because some people claim that those who lie will worry about being caught and it will show in these ways. If you lie all of the time or don’t have a conscious, it won’t work, therefore Donald Trump is immune to this test.

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    old1953  over 4 years ago

    Audio polygraphy is based on measurement of vocal stress overtone patterns. It has a bit of a storied history, Wikipedia has a decent article on it, perhaps a bit more negative than strictly required. The conventional polygraph is not perfect, either, and there is little evidence that either polygraph is anything like perfect. The conventional polygraph gets a certain cachet from the requirement to pass a polygraph test to acquire a full top secret clearance. From a scientific standpoint, there’s little to separate between this requirement and the recognition of certain governments of the talents of “witch finders”.

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    genome_project  over 4 years ago

    I thought Polygraphy was against the law.

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    onzerocs  over 4 years ago

    Great cartoon! The Tramp managed to read a great FAKE speech written by a pro. His soulless acting was embarrassing: obviously no Oscar material. Alec Baldwin would have done a much better job. So, as Rags says, there’s no way a polygraph test would work on a political Frankenstein like this fraud-in-chief.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Trump can lie faster than you can fact check.

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    Coopersdad  over 4 years ago

    Polygraph not required…….lips moving…….he is lying.

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    Funny_Ha_Ha  over 4 years ago

    EEG = flatline.

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