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  1. about 3 hours ago on Nick Anderson

    re: “The “in for life” thing is what causes it.”

    That provision in the Constitution is not so much causation as it it an enabler. The presumption of the framers was probably that such overtly corrupt examples of judges, such as Thomas, Alito, and the like, would not have been confirmed. Similarly, the framers presumed that such a corrupt, felonious parasite like Trump would never have been elected by the EC. Therefore they put the Presidential immunity language into the Constitution. We now see how naive the framers were in their presumptions.

  2. about 6 hours ago on Rob Rogers

    Trash does as trash is.

  3. about 6 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    That’s a pretty accurate description of Trump’s M.O. And a good recommendation for what Trump should do for the rest of his life — especially after his Carroll and Daniels GTFO adventures.

  4. about 6 hours ago on Mike Luckovich

    Upside down. And backwards.

  5. about 6 hours ago on Chip Bok

    Likewise. Some GC commenters have accused me of hating Trump. While I don’t hate Trump, I do acknowledge that he disgusts me.

  6. about 6 hours ago on Bliss

    " … what she’s having."

  7. about 6 hours ago on Lisa Benson

    I submit that corrupting the truth with alternative “facts” is one of the things, perhaps the main thing, that makes right-wing trolls right-wing trolls.

    I think that ari stated a fact a few days ago. I don’t know if he (or she) saw a glimmer or light, or merely goofed. But then even a blind hog finds an acorn once in a while.

  8. about 6 hours ago on Clay Bennett

    The lemon flower is sweet, but the lemon is impossible to eat.

  9. about 6 hours ago on Arlo and Janis

    Reminds me of the attempt of a friend to feed out a steer for a supply of beef. He said (after having grown up with other animals, and becoming emotionally attached to them), “We’re not going to give this steer a name. He’s only gonna have a number instead, that number is 01, (i.e, zero one).” It wasn’t very long before his kids started to refer to the animal as O1 (Oh-wun), then “Owen”, and finally, “Owee.” Well, that done it. The steer was never slaughtered and lived to a ripe old age of about 20 or more — I don’t remember exactly.

    Once my friend, when Owee was several years old, asked a local farmer how long cows could live. The farmer pondered a few seconds then replied, “Eighteen months, fer as I know.” Before he died, Owee, had survived two cancers which required surgical removal of both eyes. Though blind, he was otherwise healthy and led a pampered life, and out lived two goats my friend bought as animal companions for him. My friend once mentioned that Purdue University’s Ag department was interested in getting the animal, because of his advanced age, before or after his death. That didn’t happen and when Owee died, his remains were interred in the pasture where he lived for all those years.

  10. about 7 hours ago on Bill Bramhall

    And it’s not the astonishingly durable and reliable DC-3/C-47, either. These aircraft were built as early 1935 with production ceasing about 1950, some are still flying at the present, I think.