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Matt Bors for February 26, 2019

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    OldCoal  5 months ago

    So when did you meet the CEO of Exxon?

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    Vidrinath Premium Member 5 months ago

    Dianne Feinstein?

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    Bookworm  5 months ago

    In the movie “The Adventures of Robin Hood” (1938), the Norman overlords at a banquet are laughing over the hanging of Saxons for non-payment of taxes when Prince John (played by Claude Rains), remarks, “But not too many, mind, lest there be none left to till our land or pay our taxes.” Now, 81 years later, that has an unpleasant familiar ring to it.

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    brwydave Premium Member 5 months ago

    She who dies with the most toys wins.

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    fritzoid Premium Member 5 months ago

    I have no idea to whom this is supposed to refer…

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    GaryCooper  5 months ago

    Nancy Pelosi?

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    Darsan54 Premium Member 5 months ago

    No excuse, but probably just a bad day for an 85yr old.

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    Michael Grogan  5 months ago

    If this is Feinstein, it would be more instructive to look at the reception the same group of kids and parents got elsewhere. Feinstein listened to them politely, offered one of the kids an internship, but would not lie and offer support for something she did not support. The full tape shows her as receptive, if not coddling. When the same group went to see Mitch McConnell, he had them arrested. In case it’s lost on everyone, Mitch, not Dianne, is in the Majority party in the Senate.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  5 months ago

    Royalty historically believes that God placed them where they are… right up until they find themselves beneath a guillotine’s blade.

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    tabby  5 months ago

    I somewhat agree with Michael Grogan. While Feinstein’s response may have been far from perfect, we tend to hold Democrats to a far higher standard than we do Republicans. I see a lot of Feinstein in the news, while the news seems to be giving the absolutely abhorrent behavior of Mitch a pass.

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    bakana  5 months ago

    It’s true that Mitch the Itch treated the kids even Worse, but Mitch being an Ass is Not News. He’s always been an Ass.

    We expected Better of Feinstein.

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    Brass Orchid Premium Member 5 months ago

    Could have been worse. Could have been armed drones. Could have been smart drones. Could have been armed AI drones!

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    Cerabooge  5 months ago

    OK, I guess it’s time for torches and pitchforks.

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    larryculley Premium Member 5 months ago

    Never thought I’d sympathize with Diane Feinstein, but she has been very remiss. How DARE she fail to solve all of society’s problems in a mere 30 years. Shameful, right, A-OCK? What a bunch of third-rate slobs these New York politicians are. Too dumb to let Amazon build in place and fully staff their new Disneyland. THEN you skin them alive! What are they then going to do, leave? First you catch and kill your prey. Only then do you get to eat it, you jerks. Total political incompetence.

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    bakana  5 months ago

    You certainly wouldn’t want to Waste all that Salt.

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    oddo.m1  4 months ago

    Did anyone else notice Matt’s last name on the book?

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