Pedro X. Molina for February 10, 2023

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    Flashaaway  10 months ago

    Maybe it’ll cause people to change their vote in the next election in Turkey, I don’t know if they get to vote in Syria.

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    Ballast  10 months ago

    Nothing goes with a natural disaster quite like an unnatural disaster.

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    braindead Premium Member 10 months ago

    Trump and Republicans greatly admire those authorities.

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    GiantShetlandPony  10 months ago

    I know a couple of countries that Turkey has voted or will vote against joining NATO, that are likely not to be keen on sending any aid.

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    Patjade  10 months ago

    Nature doesn’t recognize human boundaries and governments.

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    Havel  10 months ago

    One person can’t do much about such events, but one person, if they can afford it, can find a reputable charity and help a bit.

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    Radish the wordsmith  10 months ago

    Too bad people won’t cooperate with each other.

    Republicans will never let the USA work together.

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    ShadowMaster  10 months ago

    Double whammy, indeed. If you can send any type of aid, I am sure they would appreciate the smallest effort.

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    wildthing  10 months ago

    This part of the world will be nearly uninhabitable by 2050. Where will the refugees go?

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    quixotic3  10 months ago

    As an aside, Mr. Molina inputs out the best political cartoons around.

    This is what commentary should look like. Bravo.

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    Rich Douglas  10 months ago

    This is how the Right wing delivers government.

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