Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling for October 25, 2008


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    pschearer Premium Member about 11 years ago

    Don’t worry, Ruben. You’re safe. Getting rich is nothing you’ll ever have to worry about.

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    xangatom  about 11 years ago

    Joe-vial! Himlarious!

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    Donaldo Premium Member about 11 years ago

    The republicans always become the working man’s best friend during elections, and then f*s him over the next four years. It’s a mystery how anybody falls for it. The US is full of fools who think they will become millionaires tomorrow. YOU WON’T, suckers.

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    britbiker  about 11 years ago

    Can you say same ol’, same ol? And spell circumvention?

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    Donaldo Premium Member about 11 years ago

    JPuzzleWhiz, our average republican voter: paranoid, hateful, and involuntarily funny. Don’t believe everything you hear on Fox News. Rejoice in the fact that finally an intelligent president is on his way.

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    Herbabee  about 11 years ago

    “Same Old Same Old and STFU”

    Ahh, continuation of the last two terms’ policies is hopefully not the objective.

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    tobybartels  about 11 years ago

    continuation of the last two terms’ policies is hopefully not the objective

    But with a few exceptions, it will be the outcome, Obama or McCain.

    Incidentally, Joe the Plumber is not entirely fictional. (But he may as well be, how they treat him in debates.)

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    The_Jerk_Store  about 11 years ago

    Hey Grokenstein, why don’t you STFU? You’re so good at predicting how the next four years are going to be, how about summing up the last eight, hmmm? Or even funnier, the next four under McCain. I’d LOVE to see that.

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    runar  about 11 years ago

    Stein, you obvoiusly don’t grok. It’s not your free speech that’s annoying; it’s your inanity.

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    jimmyHump  about 11 years ago

    How can anyone think that it doesn’t matter who the president of the United States is? Being that cynical is simply an excuse to be intellectually and civicly lazy. I’ll gladly and humbly eat crow if Obama is a mistake; that’s one of the things that makes me different from your average republican. But, generally, politicians have to move on agendas they’ve promised (that’s why they are so careful about what they say), and the stark differences in tax plans is one of the major reasons Obama got my vote and should have gotten every Joe’s vote!

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    cowtung  almost 5 years ago

    Reading JPuzzleWhiz’s comment 6 years on is hilarious. I hope he was just lampooning that archetype. In the end, the Right got what it wanted: a stymied government incapable of doing much of anything. I wish I could peek into the McCain presidency alternate history. If the Right could have put their name on it, universal health care might have actually been brought out in a real way. Probably not, though. Having Obama as president probably just saved us from a few right wing shenanigans (but not all of them).

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