Mike Lester for September 22, 2023

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    ChristopherBurns  7 months ago

    Haters gonna hate.

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    2cat  7 months ago

    same ole bad insurance trope

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    mysterysciencefreezer  7 months ago

    Yes, actually. Why do you ask?

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    Vidrinath Premium Member 7 months ago

    I’m going to vote against the GOP again so if Kamala is the most likely to defeat them that’s the way I’ll go.

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    FJB  Premium Member 7 months ago

    Insurance. Joe’s got his. What about the rest of us? Stock market sucks. Migrants sleeping on our streets. 10,000 in one day this week. And Biden has the f’ing nerve to lie and say it’s the republican’s fault. Independents – take note and vote accordingly.

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    NeoconMan  7 months ago

    I don’t get it.

    But then, I never know what this guy is talking about.

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    Jack7528  7 months ago

    Not sure why they compared that to an insurance company, oh right lobbyists.

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    FJB  Premium Member 7 months ago

    Credit Babylon Bee – Senate Relaxes Rules To Allow Fetterman To Take Baths In Reflecting Pool

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    Addled Brain  7 months ago

    I don’t understand the cartoon and I don’t understand most of the comments. Can anyone fill me in ?

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    ShadowMaster  7 months ago

    You probably will

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    SrTechWriter  7 months ago

    So in the REAL world -

    Democrats scored big victories in a series of special elections on Tuesday.

    In New Hampshire, Democrat Hal Rafter won his special election for the New Hampshire State House in a landslide — 56-44, running against MAGA Republican extremist Pastor James Guzofski. Guzofski is a radical election-denying conspiracy theorist who believes vaccines “literally infected [people] with the virus,” being gay is “against nature,” and that abortions are Democratic “blood sacrifices to Molech.” In other words, a typical Republican in 2023.

    Rafter’s win was just one of a series of Democratic victories on Tuesday evening.

    Democrat Lindsay Powell won her special election for the Pennsylvania State House in Allegheny County in a blowout performance. As of 8:15PM ET, Powell held a commanding lead with 82% of the vote. Powell, a Pittsburgh nonprofit leader, ran against Republican Erin Connolly Autenreith, a real estate agent and local Republican chairperson who attended Donald Trump’s January 6, 2001 rally, but reportedly left prior to the Trump and GOP-led terrorist attack on the Capitol.

    The string of victories display Democrats’ electoral strength heading into the 2024 elections. As pundits continue to talk endlessly about their shoddy polls and failed narratives, Democrats continue to outperform all expectations. Voters continue to reject the extremism of the Republican Party election after election.


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    SrTechWriter  7 months ago

    And then there’s these, also from the REAL world -

    Unhinged Trump demands action be taken to stop automatic voter registration:Days after Pennsylvania became the 24th state to implement secure automatic voter registration, Trump calls the plan a “scam”. On National Voter Registration Day, Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro made history by ensuring that Pennsylvania became the 24th state to implement automatic voter registration laws. This plan automatically registers an individual to vote when they receive their driver’s license from the DMV. Many have praised this plan as one that is secure and ensures that every resident of Pennsylvania eligible to drive a car is also eligible to vote. Despite this, Donald Trump went on a late night rant about what automatic voter registration could do to his future political prospects.

    His post is unsurprising. Automatic voter registration gives a voice to all those eligible to vote in America. No one who is not eligible would be registered under this program. Trump knows that the more people registered to vote, the less likely he will be President for a second time because Republicans have historically won when voter turnout is suppressed. Make no mistake, no one is trying to “steal Pennsylvania”, other than Trump and those who spread the Big Lie.


    And finally, Rupert Murdoch has quit. He is no longer the head of News Corp. or Fox Corp., the large media companies.


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    SrTechWriter  7 months ago

    ^^^^ What now is factual history appears to be unwinding Donal Trump’s megalomaniac attempts to rewrite it.

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    SrTechWriter  7 months ago

    Next reality item:

    Conservative commentator Charlie Sykes expressed both dismay and disgust with the Republican Party for its continuing support for Donald Trump, even after a federal judge confirmed a jury conviction and declared that the former president is indeed a “rapist.” Sykes says that the fact that the party’s leading candidate to be its 2024 presidential nominee was called a rapist from the bench — and not one GOP lawmaker blinked — is a sign that the GOP is not to be taken seriously.

    He wrote, “[District Judge Lewis] Kaplan’s ruling was unambiguous and blunt. ‘Mr. Trump’s attempt to minimize the sexual abuse finding as perhaps resting on nothing more than groping of [E. Jean] Carroll’s breasts through her clothing is frivolous,’ he wrote. ‘The proof convincingly established, and the jury implicitly found, that Mr. Trump deliberately and forcibly penetrated Ms. Carroll’s [personal parts] with his fingers, causing immediate pain and long-lasting emotional and psychological harm’,” with Sykes adding, “Even though he faces multiple felony charges and a third (and perhaps) fourth indictment, Trump’s hold on this party is as strong as ever.”

    Writing, “At this point, after seven years of Trump’s destructive march through truth, decency and the soul of the GOP, we’ve been numbed by the seemingly endless parade of lies, insults, threats and contempt for the rule of law. But here we are, and it feels as if we have fallen down a bizarre rabbit hole of insanity.” He said “Trump’s avid supporters in Congress have no qualms about wanting ’to defund the FBI and gut the Justice Department for enforcing the laws that Trump flouted.” The conservative said that the party is doing irreparable damage to itself and its future. “A rational political party might think that it is unwise to place its fate in the hands of a narcissist and rapist. But we are not living in rational times, are we?”


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    SrTechWriter  7 months ago

    Still more reality:

    Donald Trump’s inevitability as the Republican Party’s 2024 presidential nomination is weighing on the minds of an assortment of GOP donors, campaign consultants and GOP lawmakers who believe he is headed for another loss. As the report notes, central to their worries is the unprecedented “variable” of having a nominee who is not only facing multiple indictments but could have a conviction on his record when voters head to the polls.

    The Post reported, “In some parts of the party, including factions of the U.S. Senate and among some wealthy donors, there is less palpable enthusiasm for Trump.” Sen. Todd C. Young (R-IN) complained, "I’m still holding out hope that my fellow Republicans want to throw their support behind someone who has personal integrity, respects the rule of law, aims to unite rather than divide people and actually knows how to do the job well.” He added, "Donald J. Trump’s signature professional achievement is as a reality television star and he’s lacking in every personal quality that I, and I think every other Republican, should want in a presidential nominee. Moreover he is the least likely to win a general election.”


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    kennnyp  7 months ago

    wow… that would mean the Pu$$y Grabber in Chief and Cancun Ted would not be allowed to vote…seems like a great idea

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    SrTechWriter  7 months ago

    And finally, this item of reality:

    Here is a quote form an article regarding global warming (climate change). I have stated several times that the iconoclastic bedrock pin of the Trump and QMAGA appeal to the US voting public that global warming is not a thing is, at best, disingenuous, and at worst an outright lie.

    “Consider the warming event that paleoclimatologists point to as the best natural comparison for the rapid greenhouse-driven trend we’re seeing now. The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) happened 56 million years ago, roughly 10 million years after the demise of the dinosaurs, which itself was caused by climate change (a massive asteroid impact event led to a global dust storm and, in turn, rapid cooling).

    The PETM warming resulted from an unusually large and rapid injection of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from volcanic eruptions in Iceland. Global temperatures increased by approximately 10 degrees Fahrenheit in as little as 10,000 years, rising from an already steamy baseline of 80 degrees Fahrenheit possibly up to a sauna-like 90 degrees Fahrenheit. That warming rate of about 0.1 degree Fahrenheit per century is extremely rapid by geological standards. But it’s still roughly 10 times slower than [properly stated, 1/10th as fast as) the warming today."


    As I have repeatedly said, our present level of deviation and rate of change are absurdly rapid by geologic standards. Add to that the information that the present change and rate show no signs of decreasing, much less returning to historic levels of deviation. Climate change is a very real issue. It ain’t going away, folks. And it’s going to get worse. Much worse.

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    mlester101 creator 7 months ago

    ABC News Takes Down Video of GOP Analyst Citing ABC’s Own Poll on Democrats Being Stuck With Biden Due to Old and Weak Benchhttps://>

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    tpcox928  7 months ago

    Kamala believes in democracy and Constitutional Republic. GOP?

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    DrDon1  7 months ago

    Lester reminds one of a ‘mean-spirited’ Mike Lindell…

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    tpcox928  7 months ago

    It’s not Biden v. Trump, it’s Democracy v. Fascism, Constitutional Republic v. Authoritarianism.

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    Neat '33  7 months ago

    Um; looking at that last panel let me ponder….She was sent to the South American continent to find out WHY the masses were leaving. Then went to El Paso, TX to find out WHY the masses were coming across the border to the US of A. My question would be: where/what are her findings? Never mind, already know the answers.

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