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  1. 1 day ago on Doonesbury

    There was more to it than that, but Gore didn’t even go after Jeb’s biggest frauds – kicking over 10000 people off the rolls as part of a fake “felon purge”, then suing to stop the counting of provisional ballots caused by them not informing all of the people that they’d been fraudulently purged.

  2. 1 day ago on Matt Davies

    I think the joke was that the national-level candidates keep flip-flopping and ducking the issue because they know it’s the party’s weakest point.

    I don’t think the gop actually has any positions anymore. Haven’t since the late 1980s when they decided it was sufficient to be the largest criminal enterprise in the country

  3. 1 day ago on Doonesbury

    Well, that and a lot of election fraud by Jeb. And the partisan activist judges on SCOTUS

  4. 4 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    The last best hope for peace there died with Rabin. The PLO had acknowledged Israel’s right to exist and Arafat was cracking down on the extremism.

    Then Netanyahu got in and has been actively destroying the two state solution for 30 years.

    The problem is that he’s dug Israel’s grave. The only options he’s leaving is total expulsion of the Palestinians – all of them (to where, no one knows), or a real apartheid state like South Africa used to be. Anything else won’t guarantee Israel’s “Jewishness”.

    Even Ariel Sharon, later in life, recognized that the two state solution was the only way forward

  5. 4 days ago on Nick Anderson

    The gop has been that way since Gingrich, Ailes, Limbaugh, and Rove. For decades the dems tried to continue working with them as if they were normal. Only in the last decade have dems started to give up in frustration

  6. 4 days ago on Matt Davies

    I’d characterize it that the dems did work for the middle class but lost out to the gop which was working fanatically against it. By the early 1990s, the dems kinda shrugged and said “Okay, you guys keep voting for the destruction of the middle class; we’ll go along.”

    The most farcial thing is that in 2016, the party that did the most to destroy the middle class for literally generations suddenly rebranded themselves as populists – and won.

  7. 4 days ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    The entire voting system is rigged so that there are only two viable choices. And for the last 35 years, the gop has been committing the vast majority of all election fraud in their campaign to stop any real change.

    A corrupt scotus is undermining any efforts to reform that.

  8. 4 days ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    I’ve always said that except for once since I was old enough to vote, my voting strategy has always been “least worst”

  9. 4 days ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    That’s why ranked choice voting is a good thing. It still lets you vote your heart without completely ignoring your mind.

  10. 5 days ago on Nick Anderson

    I’ve always thought pride was one of the 7 deadly sins, and what is more prideful than being “certain of her place in heaven”?