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Pat Oliphant for February 01, 2010

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  1. Reagan ears
    d_legendary1  over 10 years ago

    <=======What do me and my buddies have to do with it? Its Obama’s fault! Grrr….

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    believecommonsense  over 10 years ago

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    kennethcwarren64  over 10 years ago

    If skunk comes in and stinks up your house and you bring someone in to clean it up and they mention the skunk and you tell them to not talk about the skunk, then what are you?

    YOU ARE EITHER STUPID OR A REPUBLICAN!

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  4. Groundhog
    jgcp1  over 10 years ago

    Ahhh, democracy. Two of the guys on the left know better than the one guy on the right (even with the penguin).

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    wjlott  over 10 years ago

    Come on! it’s not Obama, or Bush, or Clinton. I Blame President Wilson!

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    jperes moderator over 10 years ago

    This “Republicans were in control for 8 years” bs excuse is used up. Such a cop out to blame the prior office. Happens every 4-8 years by each party. Get over yourselves.

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    RobSmithJr2  over 10 years ago

    Bush and the first two years of the Democratic majority Congress got us into this (Remember the Democrats were in charge of Congress in the last two years of the Bush administration and Bush foolishly went along with their stupid bailout plans and lack of focus). Here we are with a third year of a Democratic majority and a President who has taken the bulk of the last few years travesties and tripled them. Triple debt. Triple wars. Find someone frustrated with the last few years and you’ll likely find someone turning away from BOTH parties. There are many of us that are well educated, prosperous types (unlike Oliphant’s depiction) who are sick of BOTH parties and are working toward a non-partisan vision of a better country. After Bush, Obama and the Democratic Congress it couldn’t get..much…worse, at least!

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    Terrence Gabriel Premium Member over 10 years ago

    I suppose one who writes a longer paragraph ought to have made sense. Well educated and prosperous has nothing to do with the conversation. Supporting wedge issue politics in order to give away the social order has it all to do with it.

    The so-called majority several mention was simply an illusion as is the huge majority many claim now. There was never an attempt to reign in shrub and his treasury vermin simply because the rethugs could overcome any attempt with fillabuster and their friendly blue dogs in the House.

    At this point the rethugs are chortling in the background knowing the well educated and prosperous Americans they have in their thrall are really and genuinely too stupid to understand the shell game they have been consumed with.

    This country is truly lost.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member over 10 years ago

    The toon says it, plain and simple. Verbosity doesn’t mean truth.

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    charliekane  over 10 years ago

    av8:

    Thought we corrected that little mortgage meltdown misconception.

    Ah well, take yer place with the man on the left!

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    d_legendary1  over 10 years ago

    The sleeping giant…Doesn’t he mean lazy and obese? Add Fox Fascist News to the mix and you have a tea bagger.

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    oneoldhat  over 10 years ago

    small guy is brain dead

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    trimguy  over 10 years ago

    National debt when GW Bush took office: $5 Trillion National debt when GW Bush LEFT office $11 Trillion… that’s over twice as much

    Bush is the one who flushed this country down the toilet and you moron Re-thuglicans think he’s a hero?

    God, you’re so STUPID!!

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