Kevin Kallaugher by KAL for July 26, 2010

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    Still the best place to live…

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    myming  about 12 years ago

    who is this man at the podium ?

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    myming  about 12 years ago

    let’s get down w/ this one - let the braying and trumpeting begin !!!

    http://www.xoverboard.com/cartoons/2010/100726_things.html

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    Jaedabee Premium Member about 12 years ago

    Stands for “something.” Now what that “something” is, we’re unsure.

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    lonecat  about 12 years ago

    Another great cartoon from Kal. I love the way he plays with the ontology of the speech balloon.

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    ^Denmark? The place where there’s always something rotten?

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    alcors3  about 12 years ago

    I wanna danish.

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    Dtroutma  about 12 years ago

    The “best place” is where folks realize nowhere is “perfect”, and they all work together to make it better, not just complain. It gets a little tiresome that anyone looking for improvement, and recognizing past mistakes, is attacked as “against”- as opposed to the reality of being the ones most FOR!

    Amazing how sometimes the loudest voice speaks with the least information.

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    Jaedabee Premium Member about 12 years ago

    ^ Information is boring. I pay attention to the news person who shouts the loudest or the article written in the biggest font. *

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    SherriannPederson  about 12 years ago

    LACK OF PROSPECTIVE…..

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    lonecat  about 12 years ago

    And Americans with there hi standards of litricy.

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    SuperGriz  about 12 years ago

    poopsie, You’re 40 years old and live in your mother’s basement…

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    Jaedabee Premium Member about 12 years ago

    “And Americans with there hi standards of litricy.”

    We’re also wizards at geography and standard units of measurement. *
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    Jaedabee Premium Member about 12 years ago

    ^^ Canada.

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    lonecat  about 12 years ago

    ^ Now name the city.

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    CorosiveFrog Premium Member about 12 years ago

    Clever toon!

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    MurphyHerself  about 12 years ago

    ^^Go ahead and peek.

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    Dtroutma  about 12 years ago

    South southeast.

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    Ireland looks kind of pretty; but I bet its kind of crowded - England sounds crowded and its going to go sharia real soon…

    New Zealand looks nice, and Australia.

    But other countries don’t welcome immigrants, legal or illegal, like we do here in the Age of Reason Land.

    Now, if Obama and his marxists get his way; anywhere else may end up being better in the long run…

    How about Brzil and Peru? Doesn’t Bushy have a new ranch in Peru? Again, if you want to go live somewhere else it ‘ll cost you…

    Look what you can get in America…

    Community paid health-care (if Obama gets his way - it wont be free anymore for the real libs).

    But I wanted to keep it real…

    Frozen Yogurt Peanut Buster Parfait Cap’ n Crunch Breakfast Cereal BBQ slaw burger and side of fries BBQ Ribs Potato Salad Friday Fish Fry Brats Macaroni and cheese Pork Steaks Imo’s Pizza Gooey-Butter Cake And that’s just in St.Louis…

    Anybody want to add anything …especially non-food items that make America the best place to live?

    Freedom Faith Good Fishing Ubiquitious Park Lands Boating River Rafting We used to have the best schools… We still have the best Hospitals No Royalty No Red Party No political murders No sharia Law Freedom to keep other people from making a living We went to the Moon first. We helped End the European Tide to communism; and stopped Fascism We had Charles Schultz And Batman and Robin. Not to mention Rock’n’Roll And the Memphis Blues. and Gershwin.

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    Supermarkets Club Discount Markets Antique Shopping “Log Cabin” Homes (and decent housing for most people) Private Property Medicine Charity A church on every city corner Racial desegregation Freedom of Religion (try being a Christian in the Sudan; a Christian in Lebanon or Turkey or Saudi Arabia) Butter Toffee Popcorn We have everything anybody could possibly want - except those things that can’t be fixed without God…And we still got plenty of God; Only the chronically unhappy and psychopathic* would want to change what we have in America just to make folks like Obama and Al Gore happy, Thank you. (I’m hungry right now, as you can probably tell…) *(I actually fault the godless - the Bible says that a man without God will live a vain unhappy life, etc. - which is what Libs are - They can’t except a Holy God who made everything; so they’re left to suffer without hope of salvation. Liberalism is not a Mental Disorder, it’s a God Disorder).

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    And I’ve already explained how I would like nothing more than to live in the Gobi Desert with my Mongolian Princess. We would live in a yurt and study Sino-Russian botany…So, I’m far from ethno-centric, you dunce caps.

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    What’s Canada got? Bacon…and pretty quarters.

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    Dtroutma  about 12 years ago

    Well, I hope “Errr” has a good cardiologist and insurance policy– wow! “Fast food nation”! Well, i guess St. Louis.

    Uh, no “political murders”– he’s never heard of gangs either? All politics is “local”.

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    ^That’s just a brief overview of our sumptuous cuisine available without fear and retribution in America.

    Feel free to expand…

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    CorosiveFrog Premium Member about 12 years ago

    we have Tim Hortons (if you call that a plus), Hockey, the last olympics, two languages to learn… the Arctic…

    Oh well, my country’s better than yours!

    NYAH NYAH!

    (Good Grief)

    It’s kinda hard, what you guys see as good things (gun nuts) we see as bad things we’re glad not to have.

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    Dtroutma  about 12 years ago

    Doc! NIce to see they’re expanding the protected area. Having lived in Yellowstone (2 years), Yosemite (8 years), and much less well known BLM lands- we also have such sites and sights. THAT is why overt or covert destruction of these places for “privatization and profit”, whether oil, coal, shale, or destructive vehicle dependent recreation, gets my inner wolf growling. It is also why climate change deniers are not merely symbols of ignorance, but a dangerous virus infesting the planet.

    I’m sure you too are aware of all the physical changes occurring in these places of grandeur and reflection, where our “humanity” is put “in its place”. Unfortunately, the ignorant among our species are unaware that making EVERY place, a place they’ve destroyed, is both ego, and suicide.

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    “America stands for (nothing).” As long as Obama is there…

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    parkersinthehouse  about 12 years ago

    pup - i’m a liberal - even progressive with just a couple caveats and i also love Christ and trust the Word

    go figure that out -

    and stop speaking in bumper stickers

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    And when you find out Obama is a liar and a cheat…?

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    All politicians are salesman…and bargainers…They want something and compromise to get it,or they have to sell something to win votes…What do you think progressive Libs are ready to sell first…and second? What is “theirs” to sell? Sorry Parker - I don’t trust Libs. I know the Republican evil…But I haven’t found a limit to the Democratic evil…

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    myming  about 12 years ago

    gee, PUPPY, i’d say about 85% of all politicians are liars and cheats. just ask the people from whom they get their $…

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    parkersinthehouse  about 12 years ago

    obama is the most chrystal clear, “transparent” president we’ve probably ever had -

    name one who’s laid bare the shite that the presidency has had the courage to reveal

    i love you poop but you’re just a little misguided

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    He’s a fake! Geez…

    You claim we overstate his deity to you Libs ; yet the man shites in your bowl and you say he walks on water:

    He’s a marxist; taught by marxists, and appoints marxists to his administration; yet the media and the Libs say he is “one of the People.” (I see black teenagers walking around my neighborhood with Che Guevara shirts - and I say to myself, “WTF?”)

    The level of deception here must eclipse any asz-bumbling graft the self-hating Republicans ever came up with; or , logically, we must live in “The Upside-Down, Backwards Universe” Bad-Captain Kirk, come and save us!

    The man is a smooth-talking, deceptive, lying, idealogically-self-serving dupe…

    Only the fact that academics, pols, and their journalistic sycophants- as men of “letters” and students par excellence of governmentese - have used their talents to cover up his aridity of mental acumen and vapidity of motive, allow him to still be considered “competent” in some circles. In Europe, he is already considered a flop.

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    fallacyside  about 12 years ago

    Caveat: Now given all that - if he makes government work; he might be forgiven his outrageous faults by the majority of the People; such is the exceptional efficiency of our checks and balances and Constitutional Government. Such is the pragmatic-astuteness and innate goodness of our populace. Yet, he has arrayed himself diametrically against Freedom and the American version of Democracy; which is a Republic. He has further grown and complicated the bureacratic government and sold out the people for the liberal special interests and their “ruling class”*.

    *Term as applied borrowed from Rush Limbaugh.

    Thank you.

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    Dtroutma  about 12 years ago

    Yep, bow to St. TUSH BIMBO!

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    ricpent  about 12 years ago

    freedom 77 is a cretin.

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    ricpent  about 12 years ago

    As is alongcamepuppy!

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