We’ll go with that.
Pretty good rant MrUR. I disagree only partially. The enemy is the regulatory state, which is fully supported by one party and partially supported by the other. The battle for freedom, against our government, remains worthy of the fight. I note early posts on this comic fail to recognize that practically every problem that has arisen in the history of the republic can be attributed to government intervention in the economy.
seems like a regular leftist to me
Liberal Jesus maybe but not leftist Jesus. Jesus was all concerned with freeing man from the evils of controlling earthly leaders, and paid the ultimate price for his effort.
99% of the leftists stain the reputation of the rest.
The funny part is watching them pretend they do not understand why everyone is disconnecting. Much like NFL puzzling last year about diminished ratings.
Unlike leftists, Trump voters know “sustainable” energy is both unstable and uneconomic. But for carbon fuels, the leftist illusion would collapse like a global warming hockey stick.
Leftists are too dim to note the correlation between the economy and control of Congress. Economy roared in the 1990s after Republicans took Congress, then faltered two years after Democrats took the Senate. Began to roar again in 2003 when Republicans took control of Congress. 11 months after Democrats took Congress in 2007, the economy was in free fall. The economy began to recover after Republicans took the House in 2011, and the pace of recovery quickened when they took the Senate in 2015. Eliminating the Democrat drag in the White House allows the free market to work, for the first time since 2005. The secret sauce is that Republicans know that bureaucrat power and economic growth are inversely-related properties. There used to be Democrats who understood the damage regulators do, but they are long gone now.
Wonder if Monday Night Football ever considered Dave Barry. No one would care about the kneelers.
I miss Miller, the last intelligent humorist. Listening to Miller is like reading Wodehouse or Mencken.