ViewsEurope by CartoonArts International for December 16, 2019

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    lopaka  over 3 years ago

    Let’s hope the Democrats do not present the same thing.

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    superposition  over 3 years ago

    I’m afraid we get the government we deserve. Who vigorously defended our government of the people, by the people, and for the people, when disinformation peddlers were telling us “Government is the problem”? Who defended We the People against the corrupt or incompetent running for office or passing bad laws? Why is there no anger at the breach of civility and cooperation in governing and growth of dysfunction?

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member over 3 years ago

    The ignorance of voters appears to be the largest factor in elections.

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    Zebrastripes  over 3 years ago

    Be afraid, be VERY afraid…..MItch has already decided he’ll aquit rump! Supreme Court needs to intervene…this is a travesty of justice and…oh wait! They’re bought and paid for by MITCH the BItch and the rump! Ha! How much more blatant can they be….in front of the country, the world? There’s no stopping them, it seems….even votes are rigged….

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    William Bednar Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Considering that there were only two candidates, and both of them nutty as fruitcake, it should not surprise anyone why this fruitcake won.

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    martens  over 3 years ago

    Labour has a choice: The center or the abyss

    A commentary by Roger Cohen (a dual UK-USA citizen who cares about both natons):

    “As my readers know, I am a passionate European patriot who sees the union as the greatest achievement of the second half of the 20th century, and Britain’s exit as an appalling act of self-harm. But I also believe in democracy. Johnson took the decision back to the people and won. His victory must be respected. The fight for freedom, pluralism, the rule of law, human rights, a free press, independent judiciaries, breathable air, peace, decency and humanity continues — and has only become more critical now that Britain has marginalized itself irreversibly in a fit of nationalist delusion.”

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    VT8/VF84  over 3 years ago

    I miss my old Civics and Political Theory classes.

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