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Ted Rall for October 13, 2021

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    Concretionist  7 days ago

    Ouch. Clever one.

    Too bad people who might have voted for the orange mistake make up only about 70% (I’m guessing on the exact percentage), since a lot of the early deaths, before vaccine were non-partisan… and a few still are.

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    Daeder  7 days ago

    No problem. Just call the Georgia Secretary of State and see if he can “find” some extra votes lying around.

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    Kyrie Eleison  7 days ago

    Most deaths in New Jersey and New York…newsflash, these aren’t republican strongholds.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 7 days ago

    ^The ignorant idiot speaks.

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    Fflashbang  7 days ago

    New Jersey and New York, very crowded and lots of brain dead minorities who believe their gods will look after them. Like an ongoing Trump rally.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 7 days ago

    Eight states where cases are rising

    Arkansas

    Seven-day change: 31.10 percent increase

    Seven-day moving case average: 578

    Oklahoma

    Seven-day change: 21.96 percent increase

    Seven-day moving case average: 1,341

    New York

    Seven-day change: 21.75 percent increase

    Seven-day moving case average: 4,779

    Alaska

    Seven-day change: 19.35 percent increase

    Seven-day moving case average: 903

    Vermont

    Seven-day change: 13.64 percent increase

    Seven-day moving case average: 243

    Colorado

    Seven-day change: 12.68 percent increase

    Seven-day moving case average: 2,199

    Wyoming

    Seven-day change: 2.88 percent increase

    Seven-day moving case average: 344

    Michigan

    Seven-day change: 0.01 percent increase

    Seven-day moving case average: 4,986

    https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/public-health/17-states-with-rising-covid-19-cases.html

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    braindead Premium Member 7 days ago

    “I don’t take responsibility for ANY of it!”

    “We WANT them infected!”

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    TampaFanatic1  7 days ago

    I see the Trumpsters are still keeping an eye on Andrew Yang in Ted’s daily offering. I wonder how his new “Forward Party” will be doing in 2024? I read into it a bit, sounds like he is targeting centrists, far too moderate to attract many progressives such as members of the Green Party, though his ideas of ranked choice voting and a universal base income are quite intriguing. MSNBC certainly does not like his ideas but then again no one in the establishment wants competition to threaten the status quo which is something the leaders in the party in blue and all the repubbas do seem to actually agree on.

    https://www.msnbc.com/opinion/andrew-yang-s-forward-party-directionless-n1280961

    Any way you cut it, Yang got sick of the games involved in blue party politics and is now off on his own, best of luck to him. It will be interesting if any candidates from his party will make an impact in any race even to the level which Libertarians and Green Party candidates have done in certain close races.

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    ibFrank  6 days ago

    By 2024 that number will be much higher considering those that will not take the shot.

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    PraiseofFolly  6 days ago

    So he will attempt to claim a win through a “silent majority.” Really silent, to most people. But their voices call from Beyond to absentee-vote for him. Halleluia!

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    William Bednar Premium Member 6 days ago

    Just take a pad of paper, a pen, then go to the local Cemetery and start copying names and dates. Problem solved.

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    Artemis   6 days ago

    Continuing episodes in The Twilight Zone…..

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    Kyrie Eleison  6 days ago

    Every single death is a Trump supporter? I mean…the level of misunderstanding is over the top.

    Or it could be a hint that there really isn’t a Biden supporter out there. That’s subtle.

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    OldCoal  6 days ago

    Quite a few of us have thought about that. Especially as it relates to the purplish states that went all in against masks and protection – such as Florida.

    Going to be interesting to see what happens with the maps they drew up based on 2018 and 2020 voting patterns.

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    jewett1  6 days ago

    Excellent!

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    Cerabooge  6 days ago

    “Easy peasy, we can kick that many off the polls in just one state”.

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    MaryBethJavorek1  6 days ago

    guess the dead will rise again in 2024 when he needs to find those votes. Usually the ones who yell the loudest about anything are the ones that are guilty of it

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    forusingyt  6 days ago

    Let’s call it what it is: “Darwin At Work”.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 6 days ago

    Not just the 700,000 but 2 to 4 friends and family members of the dead, or more, who will not vote for tiny or other republikkklans.

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    acellist Premium Member 6 days ago

    SHhhhhhhsh !!!!!

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    ChristopherBurns  6 days ago

    They’re short a lot more than that. But that won’t stop them.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 6 days ago

    The cartoon is poetic justice.

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    ferddo  6 days ago

    Some Trumpers think that, despite losing loved ones or friends to a mismanaged and politicalized pandemic response, voters will flock to the people who enabled their misery… reminds me of fraternity hazing, where pledges get a hard whack and then ask for another…

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    GiantShetlandPony  6 days ago

    Had an antivaxxer at work, who claimed his case of Covid was mild, but took a whole month off because of it. I had a moderate case and was only off for two weeks. So, either he’s lying about how bad his case of Covid was, or he committed fraud with the companies Disability insurance. Gotta love those ‘honest’ Trumpers. He also said he hoped he would get Covid again. I told him, so do I.

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    countoftowergrove  6 days ago

    Fetes and fireworks! After nineteen months Theodore finally tackles Trump’s culpability in the pandemic. This reminds me of a high school scrimmage in which I in a desperate bid to bring down the runner, grabbed him by the jersey and pulled him down. The coach said to me “Count, you’ll have a great season if your finger nails hold out!” The difference between you and me Theodore is that I didn’t wait until the runner made it to the goal line.

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    Boomer Premium Member 6 days ago

    Razor thin margins in the states that determine who wins or loses the presidency. Can’t hurt that antivax trumpers are most likely to die. Boo hoo. Also can’t hurt that Texas and Florida have bat sh*t crazy GOP governors…keep alienating the voters….please.

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    AndrewSharpe  6 days ago

    That does seem to be the plan: bilk them for all their worth, and then let them die. A little short-sided with an election coming up… but wait! they are all rigged, so it doesn’t matter if they vote or not, Trump won! (in fact, Trump just today told Republicans not to vote — hope that works out for them…)

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