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Prickly City by Scott Stantis for July 19, 2019

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    Cheapskate0  3 months ago

    Have to agree with Winslow on that one.

    Heck, does anybody know who he is?

    Or is he a Fig Newton ?

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    Darsan54 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Carmen, I would go easy on the heckling. Remember how she handled Barr and Biden. You would be a goldfish cracker snack.

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    Tue Elung-Jensen  3 months ago

    Someone called Bill Weld it seems. Would be funny if Trump got ditched.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 3 months ago

    I would think that not only is Scott Stantis happy that Bill Weld is running, he’d hope he continues to run as an independent when he loses the primary.

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    45Nasrad  3 months ago

    Kamal Harris, the one who slept with a married Willey Brown for a political appointment, That kamala?

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    Brain Pudding Premium Member 3 months ago

    Why look any further? Trump is the only candidate who should serve as President next term. Stop looking, the answer is obvious…Vote TRUMP!

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    MichaelSkaggs  3 months ago

    There’s another GOP candidate. Mark Sanford, the AWOL governor of South Carolina. As far as the Democrats go, it will be 23 lose at the convention, and one losing in November. (25 if you count Hillary, waiting in the wings for a deadlock, and 26 if the Democrats For Life are able to find a candidate.)

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    nance19oped Premium Member 3 months ago

    Mark Sanford is exploring the possibility of running for president because “no one is talking about debt, deficit and government spending”. He hasn’t supplied any details anywhere, but you know that he wants to cut spending on things like Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid and will never touch the never-audited DoD or the Pentagon.

    The Dems are talking about all three, most proposing raising taxes on the wealthy to address the first two, cutting the excessive military spending and eliminate fossil fuel and corporate farm subsidies to reduce spending and then using taxes to do more spending on infrastructure and renewables development.

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