Stuart Carlson for April 21, 2011

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    pbarnrob  about 11 years ago

    How much a day for 2 (or should it be 3?) wars, and we could cover everything and to spare.

    Of course, the corporations that have to keep making the bombs need someone to drop them and use them up, or their profits would drop. And their contributions would also drop. So we can see why that won’t happen!

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    Charles Brobst Premium Member about 11 years ago

    Tea Party is insane.

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    rockngolfer  about 11 years ago

    Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

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    Simon_Jester  about 11 years ago

    There should be a rope around the Tea-Party’s ankle, tied to the Elephant’s wrist.

    And the Repubs ( including Boehner and McConnell ) voted HOW many times to raise the debt ceiling when Bush was Prez?

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    oneoldhat  about 11 years ago

    donkey has already thrown the kids over

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    tcity  about 11 years ago

    If you cannot understand metaphors, jmatt, stick to reading ‘family circus’.

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    dannysixpack  about 11 years ago

    ^^ the repubs voted EVERY time to raise the debt ceiling when bush was prez. it was never an issue, and hardly news.

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    WarBush  about 11 years ago

    ^I wonder why…

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    worldisacomic  about 11 years ago

    Brobst knows insane! To bad he is clueless about reality.

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    pirate227  about 11 years ago

    Enjoy the Tea Party while it’s still around…

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    Dtroutma  about 11 years ago

    The real problem is the tax ceiling, not the debt ceiling it caused. Yes, we DO spend too much, like gee, $68,000 for ONE “Hellfire” missile to do the job of a bullet. Don’t worry, they’re working on a replacement that only costs $286,000 a copy, to replace a$5 bullet. But hey, that’s “defense” spending. Never mind cruise missiles at $1.3 million apiece to replace an artillery shell either, or quarter BILLION dollar “fighter” aircraft than not only can’t fly to get TO the fight, they’re only intended to get within 125 miles and launch, yep, a missile.

    that’s brinksmanship indeed.

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