Clay Bennett for January 05, 2017

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    toahero  over 7 years ago

    Hey, at least he’s doing good job for the rest of his career.

    He agreed to give Trump extra training for the job when he begged for more help. Obama could have just pretended that Trump was competent and thrown him to the sharks, but it was right thing for the country to prepare him.

    He is taking steps to make sure that Russia won’t interfere with our election ever again, and to punish them from doing so.

    Finally, he’s making sure that everyone knows about Putin’s meddling, and making it clear to everyone that Trump is Putin’s lackey. Once the investigation is done, any last aspect of Trump’s “voice of the people” image will be shredded, and Congress will have the public support to throw Trump out of office the minute he puts one toe out of line. (70% of the country hating his guts will help with that)

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    Mr. Blawt  over 7 years ago

    Republicans finally getting their day one wish of getting that black guy out of office. Now the rest of the country is about to find out he wasn’t as bad as the right wing has been painting him all these years. A sunset on his presidency, but not on his legacy. Future generations will wonder why we squandered this moment in history. But I’m sure we’ll have a lot more bashing before that happens. – So please leave your comments and show us how ready you are to heal that divide.

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    Dave  over 7 years ago

    If Obama was really trying to protect the US election process by disciplining Russia, he would have also addressed wikilieaks, without whom Russia could not have performed the alleged act of subverting the election.

    So by not addressing wikilieaks, Obama showed he was only really trying to delegitimize Trump’s victory.

    In other words Obama’s just a sore loser.

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    canFunny  over 7 years ago


    You are absolutely right; had Obama actually addressed the wikileaks, he would have to contend with the fact that Hillary Clinton did a terrible job as Secretary of State, he would have to contend with the fact that the corruption was way deeper than everyone imagined and that it involved him as well. In the end the wikilieaks whether it was dealt with earlier or now it’s still a loosing battle for Obama and the Democrats. The lame action of sending off Russian “diplomats” (I put diplomats in quotes because most of them were either chefs or drivers) only proved that the accusations of interference with the elections were false. Any one who posts in here who still think that the Russians affected the elections are a sad lot, you have been used and abused.

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    markkc  over 7 years ago

    Shouldn’t he be on a horse heading out of town in a gallop? Cause the ACA surprises kick in this year, and now the country is going to see how badly they get screwed, and the cowardly bastard can say, It didn’t happen on my watch. As well with the other time bombs he has set to go off after he left office.

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    Mr. Blawt  over 7 years ago

    The election process couldn’t have been tainted by the Russians because they only leaked the DNC emails, and a Republican got elected. The enemy of my enemy is my friend. So Republicans have gladly taken the help Russia offered and are now doing everything they can to pretend like they didn’t wake up in the bed they made. Only the unpatriotic sore whiners here don’t seem to care about how Russia affected our election, but it is no surprise, they haven’t given a crap about America for a long time.

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    ............................cocoultergeistCCvCerus  over 7 years ago

    such a load of BLATHER above

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    wyneaux  over 7 years ago

    Can a “miss me yet” cartoon be far behind?

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    canFunny  over 7 years ago

    @Mr Blawt

    In case you missed, the wikileak about the DNC demonstrated that the DNC cheated Sanders of the democratic nomination. Such action turned many, many democrats away from their party, lots of them choose to support Trump, and many undecided made their mind and did not choose Hillary. The main question here is, how relevant is it, who actually hacked the DNC computers?, when a greater problem existed long before the hack took place, and that problem is and was the corruption of the DNC leadership and Hillary Clinton. And in case you missed it too, there was a young man who did worked for the DNC dead with four bullets on his back, and no one has been arrested. Now did the wikileaks helped Trump win the election? may be, maybe not. It was too early in the campaing to tell. What is important though, is that the ugly stench and the sour taste of corruption persisted in the senses of the voters, especially those who had been treated poorly by Hillary, even if a voter is uneducated or a deplorable, he/she still has a vote, and I don’t need to tell you who they give it to, certainly NOT Hillary. Blaming the Russians is as useless as blaming the Canadians.

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    Argythree  over 7 years ago

    Sunset in America.

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    Brockie  over 7 years ago

    We will soon wake up to the dark ages.

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    Cerabooge  over 7 years ago

    With all the hulabaloo about Russians, I think it’s appropriate to remind people that election rigging has been going on a long time. Not through propaganda, but through a campaign of disenfranchisement, and through actually rigging the machines and the counting process. And who has benefited from that? Overwhelmingly, it has been Republicans. Democrats, in rigging primaries, are very late to the party. (Well, maybe. I don’t know what analyses have been done of earlier primaries).


    For those who aver that there is no “proof”, I can only say that, when the machines, whether they be voting machines or tabulators, are run using secret code, the election boards using those machines are guilty until proven innocent. The plethora of reports showing statistically ludicrous results add support for my conclusions, but the hidden coding is at the core of the problem.


    Vote on paper, count by hand. It’s the only way to be sure.

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    jhodell Premium Member over 7 years ago

    I have to ask again: How does Clay Bennett do it? So consistently come up with visuals that immediately seem inevitable and necessary?

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