Stuart Carlson for March 11, 2019


Hide All Comments
  1. Missing large
    Vidrinath Premium Member 8 months ago

    I get the “use-a-phonebooth-to-change-into-hero-suit” thing but when was the last time you saw a phone booth?

     •  Reply
  2. Picture
    EdMeiller Premium Member 8 months ago

    Moral Deficit Man….

     •  Reply
  3. Missing large
    brwydave Premium Member 8 months ago

    I don’t think he could: 1. Fit thru the door of that phone booth, 2. turn around if he could get in, 3. change clothes in any case 4. or bust out the back – NO WAY!

     •  Reply
  4. Androidify 1453615949677
    Jason Allen  8 months ago

    Wait… Trump (and the Republicans) are repulsed by deficit spending? Then why does he (and they) do so much of it??

     •  Reply
  5. Missing large
    jvscanlan Premium Member 8 months ago

    Straight out of Reagan’s playbook

     •  Reply
  6. Missing large
    pamela welch Premium Member 8 months ago

    My question is how the hell did that fat slob fit into a phone booth?

     •  Reply
  7. Americanflag
    Masterskrain Premium Member 8 months ago

    Well, since he’s BOTH financially AND Morally Bankrupt, he wants to take the rest of the country along with him!

     •  Reply
  8. Eyeload
    Eyes have it.  8 months ago

    Deficit…isn’t that fæces, spelled sideways?…..“Fæces-Man”…has a nice ring to it. I like it. You can say it in front of the kids. Maybe a new show on Fox?

     •  Reply
  9. Tumblr mbbz3vrusj1qdlmheo1 250
    Night-Gaunt49  8 months ago

    Well Trump is a fine figure of a man as Ayn Rand saw her version of an übermensch. (Not like what Dr Nietzsche was talking about.) Ms Rand wanted a psychopath, someone who has no organ for caring for others. Which does free them from conscience restraint unless they are trained otherwise. Which can be done.

    Dr Nietzsche’s choice for an example of his “overman” was the polymath Goethe. When asked about Napoleon, he found him to be part overman, part underman.

     •  Reply
Sign in to comment

More From Stuart Carlson