Matt Bors for August 02, 2016

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Huh? Someone is going to have to explain this. Big Bill O turned out to be a bully and used his arrogance to get where he is.. Smart.. depends on how you measure it.

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    Happy Two Shoes  over 7 years ago

    Bellow really is an apologist for evil.

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    Dtroutma  over 7 years ago

    Bill in every book, and most interviews, always points out how his height intimidate’s people, and makes the point he’s actually always been a bully, cowardice, like Trump, is just his “core value”.

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    Mr. Blawt  over 7 years ago

    Construction on the President’s House began in 1792 in Washington, D.C., a new capital situated in sparsely settled region far from a major population center. The decision to place the capital on land ceded by two pro-slavery states-Virginia and Maryland-ultimately influenced the acquisition of laborers to construct its public buildings. The D.C. commissioners, charged by Congress with building the new city under the direction of the president, initially planned to import workers from Europe to meet their labor needs. However, response to recruitment was dismal and soon they turned to African Americans—both enslaved and free—to provide the bulk of labor that built the White House, the United States Capitol, and other early government buildings.To imply that slavery wasn’t that bad, or something in your life is like “slavery” is ignorant and shows contempt for the horrible traditions of slavery. The country was founded on being free, but built on the backs of those who were not.

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    Tue Elung-Jensen  over 7 years ago

    Now, I might be wrong on this – but I do sense a bit of sarcasm emanating from this comic.

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    daddyvortex  over 7 years ago

    Some 200 hundred years ago, some of the white people (North and South) sat on their porches and watched the black people do the work that needed to be done so the whites could live the life they wanted. If the blacks didn’t produce enough to keep the whites happy, the whites complained about it. In those days, it was called slavery.

    Today, 200+ years later, a lot of the Black people (North, South, East, and West) sit on their porches and watch the White people go to work to pay the taxes necessary for them to live the life they expect. If their welfare, subsidies, and freebies are not enough to keep them happy, the blacks will complain about it.

    It would appear to me that the only thing that has changed in the last 200 or so years is the color of the slaves.

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