Jeff Danziger for January 27, 2014

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    pearlsarefuzzy  almost 10 years ago

    Does that blue dress have a “stain” on it? I can’t see it very well.

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    Motivemagus  almost 10 years ago

    That’s his answer to the “GOP War on Women” accusations: something that happened with one Democrat 19 years ago who is long out of office and who was cleared of charges in an impeachment trial anyway. Note the sign that says “you must be at least 35 to get this cartoon.”

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    BrianCrook  almost 10 years ago

    Could Senator Paul BE any stupider?

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    hippogriff  almost 10 years ago

    ReasonsVentriloquist: The Clintons are not the same, Bill is Southern Baptist while Hilary (and Chelsey) are United Methodist. In fact, Bill McLean, the latter’s pastor in the Little Rock days, is the same as in McLean v Arkansas, which threw out the “Intelligent Design” subterfuge.

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    Enoki  almost 10 years ago

    I would think the Democrats and their GLBT supporters would applaude that….

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    Pearl Deans Premium Member almost 10 years ago

    yeah, what ReasonsVentriloquist said…

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    frodo1008  almost 10 years ago

    If Hillery runs, then an affair that here husband had makes it “fair game” to attack her by? I am certain that by far most American voters, and especially women voters, would consider such an attack an insult to them as well as Hillery! Heck, the only thing that Hillery could possibly be guilty on this issue is “standing by her man” which even conservatives (let alone moderates) should consider to be a praise worthy thing to do!!

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    Michael Peterson Premium Member almost 10 years ago

    No, no, he’d never be able to stand up to someone in pantsuits. He’s more jealous of Bill’s courage in facing a smart, angry women than he is of his luck with not-so-smart, gullible women. Not that he’s had much of either.

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    BrianCrook  almost 10 years ago

    The wrong direction that many Americans see is the one that the House T-publicans are traveling. From 1992 to 2012, Americans have chosen the less regressive presidential candidate every time but one. In four of the last six congressional elections, more voters have chosen to make a less regressive Congress or have stayed home, leaving the T-publicans with a win, but a majority of American support.

    In 2012, more voters voted for Democratic representatives rather than T-publican ones, and it was merely gerrymandering that has kept the T-publicans in control of the House.

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    grh9447  almost 10 years ago

    I beleive that you correct about the symbolisms.

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