And The Amazing Johnathan.
Want to see a Republican sputter? Ask a simple question: if Trump really was concerned about corruption in Ukraine, why did he send his personal lawyer instead of referring it to the State or Justice Departments?
Well, Trump has spent $28 billion-plus on farm bailouts thanks to his trade war so far (by comparison, the government lost $11.2 billion on Obama’s bailout of American auto manufacturers, which was vociferously condemned by every Republican up to and including Donald J. Trump).
This is the same Alan Dershowitz who was arguing in 1998 that the President didn’t have to commit a crime to be impeachable: “It certainly doesn’t have to be a crime if you have somebody who completely corrupts the office of president and who abuses trust and who poses great danger to our liberty.” Now, of course, he’s arguing the complete opposite. (By the way, Dershowitz and Ken Starr were also Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers. Funny they’re the ones Trump chose to represent him, huh?)
If MLK was alive today, Stantis would be doing cartoons about how rude and pushy he was … and other conservatives would be saying a hell of a lot worse.
Says a lot that Stiglich thinks “Love Trumps Hate” is a loony slogan, doesn’t it?
And Saddam Hussein was our boy when he was fighting Iran in the 80s (although not so much after Reagan and North decided to sell missiles to Iran).
In 2016, the Republicans had 17 candidates in their primary, and they somehow managed to end up with the stupidest and least qualified of them. It’ll only be a problem if the Democrats do the same.
“I should probably draw something about the Australian bushfires, but without acknowledging the role climate change played in them, or mentioning that their dumbass conservative prime minister is being heavily criticized for his lack of response. Uh, so, kangaroo?”