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  1. about 9 hours ago on Li'l Abner

    It IS the 50th time they’ve run this arc, so they assume we’ve all memorized it…….

  2. about 9 hours ago on Andy Capp

    Hello, you must be going

    You cannot stay

    You came to say

    You must be going

  3. about 9 hours ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    The corporate welfare queens

    Need their means and their means AND their means

    The rest of us kinda get screwed

    And lucky to get crumbs for food

    The problem, of course, is that

    Bribes can make companies fat

    And the rest of us leaner

    (Going without our deaner)

    As if the Earth was damn flat!

  4. about 9 hours ago on Jeff Danziger

    Conservative pundit Michael Gerson: The question at stake in the Senate trial is plain: Is the use of public funds as leverage to gain private political benefits from a foreign government an impeachable abuse of presidential power? The matter is so simple that Trump’s defenders are reduced to babbling incoherence in order to avoid it. […] White House lawyers have declared impeachment to be a “brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election.” But the Founding Fathers SPECIALLY [emphasis mine] included an impeachment provision in the Constitution to overturn an election when the president engages in misconduct and betrays the public trust.

  5. about 9 hours ago on Mike Luckovich

    Conservative pundit Michael Gerson: The question at stake in the Senate trial is plain: Is the use of public funds as leverage to gain private political benefits from a foreign government an impeachable abuse of presidential power? The matter is so simple that Trump’s defenders are reduced to babbling incoherence in order to avoid it. […] White House lawyers have declared impeachment to be a “brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election.” But the Founding Fathers SPECIALLY [emphasis mine] included an impeachment provision in the Constitution to overturn an election when the president engages in misconduct and betrays the public trust.

  6. about 9 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    Some of my exes are some of my favorite people! (THe other exes, not so much………..)

  7. about 9 hours ago on Two Party Opera

    There are bodies, and then there are bodies. Currently, the “world’s greatest deliberative body” is ANY random corpse—where the maggots fight FIERCELY (yet deliberately) over the juiciest bits. Whereas the Republicans in the Senate are merely braindead and soul dead.

  8. about 9 hours ago on Two Party Opera

    Conservative pundit Michael Gerson: The question at stake in the Senate trial is plain: Is the use of public funds as leverage to gain private political benefits from a foreign government an impeachable abuse of presidential power? The matter is so simple that Trump’s defenders are reduced to babbling incoherence in order to avoid it. […] White House lawyers have declared impeachment to be a “brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election.” But the Founding Fathers SPECIALLY [emphasis mine] included an impeachment provision in the Constitution to overturn an election when the president engages in misconduct and betrays the public trust.

  9. about 10 hours ago on Two Party Opera

    With THESE stakes, I’m not sure if they are amusing—for us mortals, at least!

  10. about 10 hours ago on Two Party Opera

    Hi Miss Troll. (You don’t mind that I call you Miss Troll, do you? It feels so awkward using first names with somebody you have just felt complete and utter contempt for.) Read something above the level of Dick and Jane, listen to something above the level of Rush Limbaugh (who is lower than Dick and Jane), watch something above the level of the Fox Propaganda Channel (which is lower than Rush Limbaugh). THEN, when you are ready to become a semi-adult, read a damn book!