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  1. about 10 hours ago on Chip Bok

    I really believe that a pathetic, insane, orange megalomaniac, delusional in his belief of being infallible, paranoid of everything, and always the victim. Is incapable of understanding rule of law, or any sense of morality, for that matter, and needs to be brought to justice for a multitude of crimes. I don’t dread the American justice system, but rather the Ex-POTUS Fuerer wannabe who wants his goose stepping morons to turn this country into a remake of Nazi Germany. Bet you’re all set dressed in your spiffy black SS uniform waiting for his whimpering cry of “Help me!”, so you can run to him and hold his tiny hand for comfort.

  2. about 16 hours ago on Chip Bok

    Next time, try a news source where the staff doesn’t wear tin foil hats, and write like they do.

  3. 1 day ago on Moderately Confused

    $. 14.4 per gallon. 1966.

  4. 4 days ago on Steve Breen

    He’s just another avatar makeover of “Ammosexual” . AKA " shortround". His endless pathetic and pathological need for attention is legendary.

  5. 7 days ago on Jeff Stahler

    Republinazis gotta hate. Doesn’t matter what, or who, or why. Give them any lie, and like a rabid dog, they attack.

  6. 11 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Our constitution originally had designated black people as 3/5ths of a person, and ignored women completely. Not the perfect equality from the get go you fantasize about. You honestly think that Exxon, Bezos, etc. have such high overhead every single year that they should pay little or no tax? There are deductions for the little people, and then there are huge loopholes that are carefully put in place for the big leagues. You spout on about equality. How about leveling the playing field? If you want to see a real regressive, look in the mirror. People like you give the execs at Exxon a hearty belly laugh. As long as you buy their BS (and fuel), you and I shoulder the burden of taxes, while they pocket what they should be proud to pay to keep this country going.

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  8. 11 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    And you can’t comprehend simple written text. Read “Corporations and Uber Rich” (i.e. Bezos, Gates, Musk, etc) in the original post. Do you understand those terms? Here is a fair question for you. These are entities and persons well able to pay far more taxes than they already do without any significant negative impacts. Why shouldn’t they? Why should Exxon pay less tax than me? Thanks for the rather boring speech about flat tax versus progressive tax rates. Next time, try to stay on topic. Of course you won’t because you are a legend in your own mind.

  9. 12 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    The effective federal corporate tax rate in 1950 was 50%. Since republigoons want to reshape America into the idealized image of the 50’s, they should support this tax rate wholeheartedly, and help pass laws to prevent corporations from (leaving/hiding money in another) country to avoid it. American jobs and profits earned by American corporations should stay in America, Isn’t that also part of the conservative mantra? “America First!”. But since you just want to start another troll "p*ss and moan thread, just a hunch, we’ll leave it at that.

  10. 12 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Wow, imagine if corporations and the Uber rich pay their fair share!?! It will destroy Western Civilization as we know it!! /S.