Lisa Benson for November 11, 2022

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    DASch  4 months ago

    I guess all those Republican talking points were obviously false, huh?

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    drbethdance  4 months ago

    Well, Lisa’s back to her usual abnormal.

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    Stephen Runnels Premium Member 4 months ago

    Women, supporters of women and their rights, the LGBTQ+ community and their supporters, and apparently the rest of the vast majority of Americans believe Republicans are the ones on the wrong track.

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    Another Take  4 months ago

    I guess the Republican version of this would have the bus going down the broken Trump Tracks.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 4 months ago

    Already complaining, republicans aren’t ready for prime time, no wonder they lost.

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    DASch  4 months ago

    Just because the conservative Echo Chamber keeps claiming that our borders are open, doesn’t make it true. And most Americans clearly aren’t fooled by this lie.

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    DASch  4 months ago

    Oil Production went up under Biden

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    DrDon1  4 months ago

    Benson … Still spewing MAGAt propaganda!

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    Holden Awn  4 months ago

    Interesting election, 2022. The Democrats said the top issues were abortion (‘reproductive rights’), ensuring voting access, and Jan 6th. Republicans said the top issues were inflation, the border crisis, and crime. They split the vote almost evenly. We don’t even agree on what the issues are.

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    IndyW  4 months ago

    Nailed it Lisa!

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 4 months ago

    MAN, those grapes are sour, huh, Lyin’ Lisa???

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    quixotic1  4 months ago

    Yet it’s the republicans who have tied the dead albatross of trump around their own necks. As popular as he is with the MAGAt minority, he’s even more wildly unpopular with the reality based majority of American voters.

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    davidthoms1  4 months ago

    Lisa! Maybe you can find some continuing education courses at a High School near you. Perhaps there will be a course in reading and understanding the news.

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    Aliquid  4 months ago

    Identity politics – Yes this is a problem the left needs to step back and consider how they are making things worse when trying to make things better. But the right are becoming full blown unapologetic racists… so “lesser of two evils” comes into play

    Biden Agenda – All politicians have an agenda. That’s how being a politician works. What point are you making?

    Crime – What can the POTUS do about crime?

    Inflation – The economy is global; everyone is facing inflation. Biden is trying to contain it. He isn’t doing a perfect job, but isn’t doing a horrible job either.

    No fossil fuels – Very few democrats are saying that. They are saying less fossil fuels. And I 100% support that. Not a problem

    Open borders – Without doubt, the Democrats lack a cohesive plan for dealing with the southern border, but they aren’t promoting “open borders”, a record number of people are being turned away.

    Woke – Yeah… being “woke” is a problem. It is a dogmatic approach to cultural norms without any critical thought. Life is complex, morality is complex, ethics are complex… many of the “woke” viewpoints are rigid and aggressive to anyone who wants to look at things more critically. BUT the right is just as bad with their own conservative dogmatic approach to their own cultural norms.

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    JoeBabbs  4 months ago

    The GOP couldn’t dole out a drubbing of the party in power that typically happens in midterm elections. Draw what you want Lisa, but that says everything about their sign-reading skills.

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    Nantucket Premium Member 4 months ago

    “Woke” as opposed to asleep. Speaking of asleep, the Dems want to move away from fossil fuels while the Repubs just want to continue to get money from Exxon, etc. The “open borders” claims are ridiculous and debunked.; Repubs refer to how many more were CAUGHT. Inflation is global and the U.S. dollar is stronger than most other currencies. If you look up “identity politics” it is what Repubs are doing by pushing their racist agenda; the Dems have a HUGE tent with a lot of diversity, which us the opposite of “identity politics”. Violent crime and the murder rates are HIGHER is red states – the typical rebuttal is that the cities are Dem, but the Repubs report numbers without factoring in “per percentage of the population” – you know, they’re LYING again. Biden agenda is for the people, especially middle and lower income people while the Repub agenda is for themselves and the wealthy.

    The Repub agenda is being led by people like Rick Scott that wants to reduce or eliminate Social Security and Medicare while cutting taxes for the wealthy like they did in 2017 when the debt and deficit BALLOONED and trillions were added. Companies bought back stock, inflating the stock market while doing nothing for their employees or the longterm health of their companies. This resulted in companies and the country having a harder time dealing with the pandemic.

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    Ammosexual belives counter-speech is free speech. Premium Member 4 months ago

    The Wheels on the Bus go round and round

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    GeeDeeBird  4 months ago

    I know that the left isn’t always right, but the right is nearly always wrong. And right wrong politicians are much more malicious and evil in their dishonesty. So, there’s that…

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    gopher gofer  4 months ago

    demonstrating once again why nobody likes poor losers..

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    Rhonda Santis  4 months ago

    Well, around we go again. I stopped reading one of the most egregious right wingnut ‘toons yesterday. Today, Lisa’s drivel is getting my axe. Ta ta forever, ms benson, it’s been an unfortunate education.

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    TampaFanatic1  4 months ago

    Someone needs to tell Lisa that the red wave only happened in NY and FL. In FL because the party in blue had the weakest candidates on the ballot (Charlie Crist, ex-repubba was low hanging fruit for sure) in a long time except for Val Demings and there was a bright star: a kid named Maxwell Frost out of Orlando who will take her seat in congress by defeating a bunch of old establishment tools like Alan Grayson and Corrine Brown who are part of the washed up past that liberals need to move on from. In NY, I have read that people blame the loss of several blue congressional seats and possibly the house leadership to a Cuomo backlash, the NYC mayor putting his foot in his mouth by contradicting the governor, the governor kind of flip flopping between appeasing the progressives (the right thing to do) or sucking up to the meh vanilla right of center mayor (cost the house governor) and simply poorly run campaigns. Elsewhere sanity prevailed for the most part.

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    gccowboy27  4 months ago

    Did you happen to see the reason the judge shut down the forgiveness plan? I saw this coming from the day it ws passed, and I recognized it for the bait to get the “under 35” voters’ vote. Their brainwashed little minds saw only more entitlement for them. If you doubt this, please explain why the opportunity to apply was immediately shut down. Whatever else Biden is, he is experienced. Fifty years in DC has taught him the political art of tricking entire demographics.

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    Interventor12  4 months ago

    Votes for the blue are votes for stagflation, a long recesssion, and increased crime. Enjoy. The judge followed the Constitution.

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    dnie  4 months ago

    After 30 years of dumbing down and indoctrination in public skool$ = low info. voter$ galore (or just vote by letter D/R)

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    dafydd liam  4 months ago

    Ah, lost your unconstitutional bribe to vote for Biden and now blame Republicans. You’ve been played, again, sucka!

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    dafydd liam  4 months ago

    Good one, Lisa. Still stickin it to the man!

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 4 months ago

    @tompet – those Americans under 35, aka millennials, only decided to vote because ofabortion laws. They have little knowledge of anything else!

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    kennnyp  4 months ago

    wow lisa…your realllly got that one wrong…. no red wave…just a wimpering red plague …..maybe you should give your politics an abortion…and your self a lobotomy… and while you’re at it…go privatize yourself while your drinking more of the kool-aid…..

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    zerorest  4 months ago

    The Republican tunnel of MAGA.

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    da_villa  4 months ago

    Not realistic. Liberals are too stuck in their fantasy world of Free Karl Marx cookies outside carbon-free Gestapo reeducation camps.

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    Addled Brain  4 months ago

    Criminy, Lisa. The more you show your anger the more you’ll hear, “Stick by to the Repub-tards.” Raise the conversation up a notch from the gutter it’s been in the past six years. Come up with some good ideas instead just complaining about Democratic ideas.

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    cdbro  4 months ago

    I feel sorry for the children, sad future unless people wake up.

    “…there is a critical mass of voters who will support left-liberalism on essentially theological grounds, regardless of the conditions it produces.” – Adrian Vermeule

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    Conservative Man  4 months ago

    Illegal vote buying should always be stopped I don’t want to pay for their mistakes

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    gccowboy27  4 months ago

    Have you overlooked who will be paying the bill if student loans are forgiven? It’s time for that age group to learn that when they pledge to pay back money it is their obligation to do so. If they don’t know it by then, it’s time they were taught.

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