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Tom Toles for December 02, 2019

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    DrDon1  9 days ago

    And Rick ( or is it ‘Sick’? ) Perry told him he was ‘chosen by God!’

    [ Great advice for the "Narcissist-in-Chief! ]

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    RAGs  9 days ago

    He’ll only save it if it is written with a sharpie.

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    mattro53  9 days ago

    Sharpies are too precise. Crayon would be better.

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    Daeder  9 days ago

    He has yet to abide by it. I don’t expect him to start now.

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    Cpeckbourlioux  9 days ago

    I’m no fanatic, but with the anti-christ in the white house, is the end actually nigh?

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    GreggW Premium Member 9 days ago

    Don’t know who first said it, but nowadays people can more easily imagine the end of the world than they can imagine the end of capitalism.

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    Old_Curmudgeon   9 days ago

    Chutzpah – {a rhyme}

    “The Constitution’s not needed,”

    his sycophants have conceded, -

    - so the prez proceeds

    to do his bad deeds

    with the document’s constraints unheeded.

    The concept, “the Rule of Law”

    sticks in The Donald’s craw.

    “Rules are for YOU, not for ME; -

    - from shackles and scruples I’m free,”

    he says in his ego’s [chutzpah] chutzpaw.

    . . . . . . . . . . . .

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    PraiseofFolly  9 days ago

    In the end, burning the Constitution is probably the most respectful way, considering how he’s abused it so far.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 9 days ago

    I wouldn’t put it past that fat TRAITOR for a nano-second!

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    superposition  9 days ago

    If only it was just the resident, America would not be in such a perilous position. Between the disinformation/propaganda against a government of the people, by the people, and for the people initiated by enemies of the US and anti-math, anti-science, anti-education of the wealthy non-college educated small businesses that feel threatened by the changes the future is bringing a coalition has formed that prefers anarchy over our constitutional democratic republic. Luck, (e.g. winning a lottery) has replaced education in their minds and it is seen as an expense that serves no useful purpose. A portion of We the People has been neglected and sees no value in our democracy and no one seems to want to change their misconceptions but would rather just try to insult them (deplorable, etc). It seems that we do indeed get the government we deserve due to our apathy and unwillingness to effectively correct the disinformation where it is most needed. We pay a heavy price for allowing neglected/fly-over areas to exist and to nurture their own misconceptions of what America should be.

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    Bookworm  9 days ago

    To Bush, the Constitution was “a piece of paper.” To Trump, the Constitution is a "phony. Both Republicans, the “Rule of Law” party. /s

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    A# 466  9 days ago

    This cartoon reminds me of the response that composer Max Reger sent to a critic who panned one of his works: “I have a copy of your review before me now. In a moment, I will have it behind me.” Thus Ol’ Punkinhead and the Constitution.

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    Perkycat  9 days ago

    All I know is that we need the constitution more than ever right now. We need some kind of rules, that hopefully can be enforced, to hold our country together. We also need a government that will uphold these rules.

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    Zebrastripes  9 days ago

    Any lame spewing from the right makes me want to puke! All fake news, lies and deceit coming from cowards who are obstructing justice for WE THE PEOPLE! How do they sleep at night, how do they get through life, knowing ??.

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    martens  9 days ago

    ^which is why the original writers put in the possibilities of amendments.

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    PoodleGroomer  9 days ago

    It is not just another piece of paper. This is why the constitution was written on animal skin parchment.

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    ncorgbl  9 days ago

    The last Republican/conservative president said the constitution was ‘just a piece of paper’.

    Republican/conservatives only support that which enriches themselves, and only as long as it does enrich them. Like our military, Republican/conservatives are big supporters when they feel threatened, and then those who served are discarded like pariah when the threat is gone. It must be disgusting to get up every morning and look at a conservative face in the mirror.

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    SHIVA  9 days ago

    Beginning to look more like “The End of Days” !!

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    Teto85 Premium Member 9 days ago

    I say we put tiny in first.

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    Bonita Voigt Premium Member 9 days ago

    I know someone I would like to place in that oven, but then that would be major air pollution.

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    theoldidahofox  9 days ago

    Rick Perry’s IQ does not exceed that of an average cow.

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    Andylit Premium Member 9 days ago

    Is there some actual correlation between the climate issue and Trump’s position that impacts the Constitution?

    Please reply with any measures or actions taken by the Administration in re CO2 or warming that are a violation of the Constitution.

    Please do not dive into the warming debate itself. The cartoon appears to make a direct correlation between increased CO2 and a violation of the Constitution.

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 5 days ago

    Nicely done, sir!

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    Baslim the Beggar Premium Member about 17 hours ago

    Andy is always happy to misinterpret something to gin up a point he thinks proves something.

    Somehow he ignores that Trump has a fondness for promoting the use of fossil fuels and ignoring science while expounding that global warming is a Chinese hoax. So Toles makes a joke about Trump accepting some clown’s word that the Constitution is a “fossil.” We’ve all seen that Trump is not a science or math whiz (he flushed that one down his Don John). Plus he wants to rule as if the Constitution and its amendments do not exist. (That third tem thing, for example) They are not in his playbooks from the mob and Roy Cohn. So, in Toles’ cartoon, he wants to burn the Constitution in a fossil fuel burner, just as he has indicated that he wants to burn every hope for being a part of the solutions for global warming.

    It’s not hard to see Tole’s point, but it doesn’t suit Andy to see things in a rational light. Instead he makes an imaginary connection. Like he imagines that Global Warming is all a hoax to send US wealth to other countries. (He has admitted that.) Pay no attention to the folks framing false arguments.

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