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  1. about 11 hours ago on Steve Kelley

    And I’ll keep saying nuts to that.

    Look, he can do it however he likes. But he’s responsible for what he says and how he says it. And it’s up to you and me to call him on it.

    But you go ahead, you just lie there, passive.

    Those that allow evil to be done, without at least speaking out, are just as evil.

  2. about 11 hours ago on Lisa Benson

    Rosie,

    Yes, oh dear me, YES,

    Name me ONE other president that owns multiple golf courses, estates, hotels and luxury apartments. Heck, he OWNS the Old Post Office Building, a MAJOR commerce center in Washington DC, just blocks from the Capital. Buildings with their NAMES on them. Where have you seen “Bush Plaza” or “Obama Tower”? Nowhere.

    Was I not clear? Wherever he went, they stayed in HIS properties and WE paid HIS prices. His MAXIMUM prices. Even when they had a choice of staying at a US Embassy, such as when he went to Scotland, they stayed at his golf course in Aberdeen. He made a FORTUNE off of presidential travel.

    The trial is ALL about misuse of campaign funds. He used campaign money to repay Cohen. Not his own. Then he lied, to cover it up.

    And hardly anyone cares that he was, without a doubt, screwing Stormy Daniels. And every other president that screwed around ought to at least be shamed publicly for it.

    You become president you are no longer a private citizen. That’s what Trump has never figured out. He thinks that he can get to be president, act like he wants, and then hide under the mantle of Mr. Private Citizen. No. None of them get that.

  3. about 18 hours ago on Wallace the Brave

    Well done, indeed.

  4. about 18 hours ago on Wallace the Brave

    You ask Mrs. McIntosh when she’ll retire. Her reply will be, How old is Sterling McClellan?

  5. about 18 hours ago on Wallace the Brave

    With Amelia as Cooler King.

  6. about 18 hours ago on Wallace the Brave

    I was in my grand-daughters elementary school the other day, for 1st grade promotion.

    As we went through the cafeteria you could see how they had lunch detention set up. All the tables and chairs were on one side of the room, like you’d expect. Then they had six other chairs, in those little, kid sized cubicles set up along the far wall, on the other side of a barrier of portable, temporary walls.

    I could just imagine the poor kids sitting there, separated from the main herd. Made my wife and I think of the Group W bench, from “Alice’s Restaurant” (You remember Alice).

  7. about 18 hours ago on Steve Kelley

    And the guy who publishes it for all the world to see must be prepared for an adult, unbiased criticism of his work. SKelley’s piece was deliberately hateful, unpleasant and portrays trans-athletes as prone to violence.

  8. 1 day ago on Steve Kelley

    I don’t have to play football to be a professional football coach.

    I don’t have to be an actor to direct a movie or play.

    I don’t have to be an author to edit or publish books.

    And I don’t have to be a cartoonist to be able to identify when a comic is portraying a group of people in an unfair, negative fashion.

  9. 1 day ago on Lisa Benson

    And let’s not forget that the dude is on trial for misuse of campaign funds. Sure, it’s not tax money, but it is money that people gave him for a specific purpose, to get elected. Not to cover up his screwing around with “adult” film stars.

  10. 1 day ago on Steve Kelley

    I went back and tried to see this from your point of view. Perhaps if the athlete were firing it into the air. Perhaps if they weren’t drawn with a malicious smirk.

    Even if what you say is true, there are still other ways to show trans-athletes as having an unfair advantage. See my reply to geezer, above.