Michael Ramirez for November 29, 2012

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    disgustedtaxpayer  over 11 years ago

    Gore Bane got it exactly correct.If the 11/6/12 prez vote count was not “majority fraud”…then Obama did, indeed, fool the majority of voters who proved to be Fooled Again.…but it took a Democrat Party, the Unions and the Leftwing Internet plus an adoring MSM and daily tons of Propaganda, mostly false, and wicked Personal Destruction of the character of the GOP nominee, Mitt Romney, who had a provable sterling and decent and compassionate record.

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    Mickey 13  over 11 years ago

    You apparently are forgetting that except for Carter, the republicans held the white house from 1969 to 1992. America is in the worst fiscal condition in our history and neither political party is proposing anything other than very temporary, ineffectual quick fixes to make people feel good. Obama’s tax increases are meaningless in a fiscal sense and all the other dialog is to deal with entitlements and real change of tax codes LATER. In politispeak that means the proverbial can just got kicked again. I’m not interested in blame, I’m interested in real proposals and plans that will reverse our fiscal situation. So far it’s all temporary and insignificant long term, from either party. Personally I find the concept that the government is smarter than we are and knows what’s best for us an insult to our collective intelligence.It’s up to us to hammer our representatives to sit down face to face and work this out. If not, you deserve what you settle for.

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    David Riedel Premium Member over 11 years ago

    That’s democracy.

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    dannysixpack  over 11 years ago

    @ansonia,yes, let’s look back 4 years ago today. Credit freeze, major banks/brokerages declaring bankruptcy overnight. Job losses at > 700,000 per month, economy in free fall.

    doesn’t sound like today, does it?

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    disgustedtaxpayer  over 11 years ago

    @1opinion…My answer is that the electoral vote IS NOT IN OPPOSITION…..it is the balance to mob vote counts.-By the Numbers:popular vote won by Obama by 50.6% to Romney’s 47.8%electoral vote………. Obama by 61.7% to Romney’s 38.2%the electoral college state votes give small population states an equal voice to the bigger population states.

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    I Play One On TV  over 11 years ago

    I think mayhaps Mr. Romney was not able to fool enough of the people.

    Examples: Emergency room care is free. “Corporations are people, my friend.” “America is right, and you are wrong.” “I’ll bet you ten thousand dollars.” “Chrysler is sending all Jeep manufacturing to China.” “I’ll create 12 million jobs.” “The government does not create jobs.” “I’ll lower taxes across the board by 20%. It’s revenue-neutral.” There’s much more, but you get the picture.

    I will agree that Mr. Obama would be far from my first choice, which was John Huntsman in this particular race. But I could not bring myself to vote for someone who could piss off England, Spain, and Israel all in one week to be the one who has to decide whether to negotiate or to go to war.

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    Newshound41  over 11 years ago

    I thought W proved that in 2004z

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    I Play One On TV  over 11 years ago


    Please don’t act like a member of congress. It’s unbecoming.

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    murphyspop  over 11 years ago

    Ramirez is neither quoting nor misquoting Lincoln; he seems to be suggesting that if Lincoln had been around on November 7, he’d have seen there are more people willing to be fooled than he’d previously thought. And he’d be right! BTW, a laughing B.H. (Let’s give Karl Marx another try) Obama probably agrees with Ramirez but would never admit it.

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    Dtroutma  over 11 years ago

    Why is Ramirez still drawing Cheney in characiture?

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    Yammo Premium Member over 11 years ago

    Yup, it was just a matter of time before someone modified the quote. 100% true.

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    corzak  over 11 years ago

    lol . . . looks like we got all the neo-Confederates rounded up here in one spot! It’s like the siege of Petersburg . . .

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    ARodney  over 11 years ago

    What a disgusting cartoon. Obama won fair and square, by saying how he’d govern. Romney lied over thirty times in every stump speech. He never said what his tax plan was, his spending plan was, his foreign policy plan was, or give any details for his plan for controlling women. Who was trying to win by fooling the people? It sure didn’t work out well for his party.

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    pegueros  over 11 years ago

    Two words: SORE LOSER

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    Kallaeum  over 11 years ago

    You know, even if you adapt to fit the original quote. “You can fool all of the people some of the time.You can fool some of the people all of the time.But you can’t fool all of the people all of the time,” Obama still only seems to be able to fool the people on election day.

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    petergrt  over 11 years ago

    To paraphrase Michele 0bama:.This is the first time that I am embarrassed to be an American.

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