• Thomas Free

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  1. 7 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Still working the web for those early 2000s internet gotchas! are you?

    I don’t put out fires, collect garbage, pave the roads, or teach school, either, although it is my moral & legal obligation to do so.

    Here in America we hired this thing called government to do the necessaries.

    How do you all manage it where you live?

  2. 7 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Many people say… Weak tea, brother.

    Workers taxes & unrealized earnings are transferred to millionaires & corporations who do not pay taxes, or ever leave unrealized earnings.

  3. 7 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Still steamed about Obamacare, I see. Although still a work in progress, it is wildly popular with most citizens & businesses alike.

    One is forced to pay road taxes, utility taxes, fire & police dept. taxes, school taxes — it is the law, not a violation of your make – ‘em – up rights.

    You all want to pick and choose which laws are sacred and which can be ’dictatored’ for a day or a year or forever.

    Basic universal human rights are the law. Obey it.

  4. 7 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    - “Explain the need for MILLIONS of new a name and other unverified information and releasing into the US where they will never show up for any hearings, lost in the country is not the same.”

    ^ I’m guessing English is not your first language. It’s OK, you’ll get the hang of it eventually.

    In the meantime, maybe take an online American civics course. Our society is an integral part of government & vice versa. Savvy?

  5. 7 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    - “…has resulted in 10 million…”

    You need a better lie (and a valid citation), although we do need millions of new Americans, that’s what makes us tick.

    I do directly support refugees from my home. So do you, if you pay your fair share of taxes. It’s the right thing to do, and your kids will thank us later on.

  6. 7 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Klaatu barada nikto

    Earth will not be here forever. When we all become astronaut refugees, let’s hope the universe doesn’t see us as ‘illegals’.

  7. 7 days ago on Michael Ramirez
    - "Heck, I just read that that …

    ^ What a fantastic liar!

    • Refugees seeking asylum are not ‘illegal aliens’, they are women, men, and children trying not to die

    • Who’s doing the counting? We do, and always have, a need for millions of new citizen workers. Unfortunately, the estimates are in the tens of thousands range

    • The INS processes everybody that they see, as required by U.S. and international law – unless you believe that they are deep state agents

    • Human beings who need rescue and shelter are not political playthings to be argued over – either do the decent thing or renounce your citizenship. Real Americans are not cruel

  8. 7 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    55 years ago we started saying we can put a man on the Moon, but we can’t even [insert challenge here]!

    The cliché isn’t used much anymore (it’s got sort of sarcastic defeatist feel to it anyway), and one always hoped that the spirit was more if we can put a man on the Moon, we can do anything!

    Immigration to America is a vital part of our makeup. Been going on forever – to the country’s benefit -and we deal with it.

    We have a myriad of challenges to meet, problems to be remedied, goals to reach.

    And humanitarian immigration reform is just another puzzle for us to solve, with no call for treason. American ideals are already great – let’s keep it that way.

    If we can put a man on the Moon, we can do anything.

  9. 8 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    Worked some long shifts with a serious Christian – he didn’t dig the fundamentalist tag, and eschewed politics – pretty normal guy that didn’t ever preach or scold.

    Anything fancy was sure to draw his humorous ridicule, though.

    Extra chrome on a truck, expensive clothes – anything that diverted resources away from good deed doing.

    I’m pretty sure he voted Mr. Trump with a … Lord works in mysterious ways shrug.

  10. 12 days ago on Nick Anderson


    Let’s break it down real straightforward like.

    Individuals are responsible for their own behavior unless they are judged medically and legally insane.

    i.e. The people who supported Mussolini are quite responsible for him, regardless of the circumstances.

    There is no valid moral excuse for sane American citizens supporting Mr. Trump – and confused & stupid do not equal crazy.