Clay Bennett for August 01, 2020


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    RAGs  9 days ago

    Donald Trump is the sort of “person” who would shoot an arrow at a blank wall and then go up and draw a bull’s eye around it so he can claim that he’s such a great shot.

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    Daeder  9 days ago

    America is SICK of all this winning!

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    sevaar777  9 days ago

    Maybe he can draw himself a disguise on his face when they come to take him to prison.

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    superposition  9 days ago

    Not matter what deflections he tries … Covid-19 always wins!!!

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 9 days ago

    Trump thinks that cheating at solitaire is “winning” … and his vile base doesn’t know the difference.

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    Arthur Dent  9 days ago

    I love the metaphor. Trump clearly plays the Xs. And he’s on an intellectual level on which he even loses at Tic Tac Toe.

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    Walrus Gumbo Premium Member 9 days ago

    Tic Tac D’oh!

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    chmsam  9 days ago

    And he’s such a megalomaniac that he’ll never stop playing the game no matter how often he fails to win the game (he cannot see the distinction – just the all consuming frustration of not having everything go his way). It isn’t about losing so many times, it’s about how he has to win at any cost no matter how many times he fails. That’s his psychosis (well, one of them).

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    PraiseofFolly  9 days ago

    The old Sharpie is going dry — the person as well as the pen.

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    scote1379 Premium Member 9 days ago

    Trumpie the Clown can take that sharpie and shove it where the sun don’t shine!

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    rs0204 Premium Member 9 days ago

    I think Tic Tac Toe is beyond his ability.

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    Zev  Premium Member 9 days ago

    It’s all Fauci’s fault, if this past week’s right wing propagan… er, news sources are to be believed. Donnie was a victim, didn’t you know?

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    Librarylady  9 days ago

    And he’ll turn around, look each person watching in the eyes, and silently dare any of them to call him on it. The Republicans will clap and cheer and tell him what a great archer he is.

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    For a Just and Peaceful World  9 days ago

    The Trump Vaccine will be administered on January 20, 2021.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 9 days ago

    So, who explained the “Rules” of Tic-Tac-Toe to him???

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    Bookworm  9 days ago

    “I’m Donald J. Trump, and I approved this pandemic.”

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    Rockaway Beach Guy  9 days ago

    Always he hits the nail squarely on the thumb.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  9 days ago

    It’s impossible to win NOW when the Covid-19 virus has all it’s “X” marked before Trump finds his Sharpie. Like trying to cheat on an election when everyone requested an absentee ballot and already mailed it in. . . . just like how he votes.

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    Curiousity Premium Member 9 days ago

    There’s no way he’s smart enough to win at Tic Tac Toe, so he must be doing the Xs. Outsmarted by a Virus!

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    rs0204 Premium Member 9 days ago

    Hey, there is another hurricane approaching and trump can redirect where it goes with his Sharpie.

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member 9 days ago

    The murderously arrogant stupid Jared thought covid would only attack blue states and so did nothing about testing the country and let the covid spread.

    Kushner COVID-19 plan axed because virus hit Democrats

    22 hours ago – Kushner’s coronavirus team shied away from a national strategy, believing that the virus was hitting Democratic states hardest.

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    mourdac Premium Member 9 days ago

    He’s playing poker and is bluffing with nothing but Covfefe-45, Racism, etc. are calling the bluffs.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 9 days ago

    That Sharpie® just ain’t what it used to be, all the magic, much like trumps promises.. are all exposed as frauds.

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    Honorable mention in the banjo toss Premium Member 9 days ago

    He was born on third base, so he thinks he’s hit a single.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 8 days ago

    Jared and Trump selectively targeting millions of “those people” in so-called “blue” states with the consequences of a murderous pandemic met by the reallocation of resources away from them and into “red” states crosses the line into deliberate genocide.

    Complicit in that murderous plan are specific Republicans – and that Party in general, which has outright hostility to most of the people in this country.

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    For a Just and Peaceful World  8 days ago

    OFF-TOPIC: Time for a new radical movement: MVM, Mail-in Voting Matters.

    In recent weeks, at the direction of a Trump campaign megadonor who was recently named the postmaster general, the service has stopped paying mail carriers and clerks the overtime necessary to ensure that deliveries can be completed each day. That and other changes have led to reports of letters and packages being delayed by as many as several days.

    Voting rights groups say it is a recipe for disaster.

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    [Unnamed Reader - 04609c]  8 days ago

    No….. he would build a wall first then shoot the arrow then draw the target around the arrow before calling a hasty presser to tell the world~

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    JanaKralovna  6 days ago

    Just think: if all those Republican Senators hadn’t voted to acquit, Trump wouldn’t have been around to botch the handling of the pandemic.

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