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  1. about 4 hours ago on Mike Luckovich

    Right. I didn’t say he’d be better. Just not worse… and slightly different about what form the stupidity takes. Plus, he’s nowhere near as good a con artist, which would be a nice change. Though I’d worry just as much about his possession of “the big red button”, not because he’s stupid and reactive like Thump, but because he’s seemingly capable of believing that he should initiate the rapture.

  2. about 4 hours ago on Chip Bok

    … and I live in a state where the exact opposite effect happens: I can throw my vote away on the Green Party candidate or whomever I choose without changing the fact that the electors will all go Democrat.

    You and I would be better served if our states would implement some form of instant runoff voting in which you vote for more than one candidate, in order of preference. If your candidate doesn’t win, your vote is given to your second choice, who will only get it if they win, else to your third choice, etc. This technique NEVER has the backing of any major party because it would work to their disadvantage any time there was a popular “other” candidate… but it would at least soften the blow of “Gotta vote against that horrid person”.

    PS: I encourage you and all your spiritual kin to get together and vote en bloc for the same non-Trump candidate. Who knows? It might actually work!

  3. about 4 hours ago on ViewsMidEast

    Amazon has Clorox wipes for $10 per bottle/bucket/whatever. And $16.00 “shipping”. Whata crock. Oh, and even after you pay the bribe, they won’t ship for at least 30 days.

  4. about 4 hours ago on Signe Wilkinson

    I was pretty blown away by the testimony of a young black woman who pointed out that her grandmother, great grandmother and double-great grandmother had all been raped by their owners… otherwise, she would not exist. And yes, it’s rape: Either they aren’t really fully human and so cannot assent, or they are and were unable to dissent.

  5. about 4 hours ago on Mike Luckovich

    This is the sort of thing that I object to when a right-winger makes up something that liberals didn’t actually do, so as to have a strawman to point at and ridicule… I’m SURE he wouldn’t use crayons…

  6. about 4 hours ago on Clay Bennett

    Not wearing a mask really doesn’t help, though.

  7. about 4 hours ago on FoxTrot

    If you eat standing up, the calories drain out of the food before it gets to your mouth.

    And if you choose your friends on facebook wisely, you can live in an echo chamber of agreeable dis (or mis) information for days and weeks at a time. On the other hand, the folks I’m FB friends with ARE civil even during disagreements, because that’s one of the decision points when I friend someone or allow them the reciprocal privilege. (The other: I have met them face to face at least once, or about 0.2% of the time, I would like to).

  8. about 4 hours ago on Clay Jones

    I was only slightly surprised to hear him say so. Gotta feed the base (and the baser, and the basest). And I bet he does feel attacked by all those BLM people because… black AND uppity…

  9. about 4 hours ago on Steve Breen

    I really like that hat. Though I think most of the despicables, if they think about it at all, think that the 1950s would be far enough back. Unless they want to get clear back to 1850 or so when slavery was legal pretty much everywhere and medicine included such wonders as blood letting and blowing smoke up your ass (literally). Though they did understand the use of soap and water and disinfectant alcohol.

  10. about 5 hours ago on Tom Stiglich

    Well, THAT’s a well reasoned argument, you betcha! Not unexpected from Stiglich of course.