Pedro X. Molina for September 20, 2023

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    Erse IS better  5 months ago

    They’ve brought him on themselves and deserve what they get. Alas, all the rest of us are also severely impacted and THAT isn’t fair.

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    shakeswilly  5 months ago

    The real Trump would have been busy fleecing the sheep that’s guarding him.

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    braindead Premium Member 5 months ago

    Definition of someone in The Base: They believe that tax cuts for the rich benefit them personally.

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    phritzg Premium Member 5 months ago

    The Wolf may be currently out of commission, but his stooges in the House are still doing his bidding as they try to force a government shutdown. (Apologies to the Three Stooges, I’m sure they would despise Drumpf as much as they did his idol, Hitler.)

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 5 months ago

    Too many of the Heffalumps won’t get it…

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    superposition  5 months ago

    " … Most CEOs are still Republican—between 60 and 70 percent, in every decade since the 1980s. But at the top, CEOs aren’t afraid to break ranks with the GOP, especially on social issues. In return Republican politicians are punishing corporations with legislation and threats of investigations.

    The CEOs themselves have changed. Business priorities have changed to include sustainability, ESG, and diversity, not just tax policy. And the Republican Party has changed into the party of Trump. This is the story of how the GOP lost Big Business.

    The rise of the corporate sustainability report was the first trickle. In the 1980s and 1990s, companies started believing they could thrive while becoming greener and more socially responsible, and they wanted to get credit for their actions. The number of companies that file sustainability reports has grown by 100 times over the past three decades. The number of B-Corps, which take sustainability one step further, has risen to over 4000, including Ben & Jerry’s and Patagonia. More reporting doesn’t necessarily mean more progress—critics of the movement say accountability can be vague – but even by pursuing sustainability in name companies were moving further from the Republican Party line.

    Following 12 years of Republican presidencies, Bill Clinton successfully won two terms as a “New Democrat”—read business-friendly, not tax-and-spend. He championed free trade and signed NAFTA in his first term. [Co-author Mark Penn was a key Clinton campaign advisor.] He pushed financial deregulation, culminating in the repeal of Glass-Steagall in 1999. And while the business community had quietly worried about Reagan’s deficit handling, Clinton balanced the budget and ran a surplus for four years in a row. For a Democrat, Clinton won a fair amount of business support from executives satisfied that he wasn’t as profligate as other liberals. …" __ time.COM/6261170/big-business-fell-out-love-with-gop/

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    Radish the wordsmith  5 months ago

    Revealed: Freedom Caucus holding shutdown talks in townhouse owned by a ‘convicted tax cheat’

    Unless House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-California) and members of the far-right House Freedom Caucus can work out a funding agreement, the United States will likely suffer a federal government shutdown in less than two weeks.On Tuesday night, September 19, Freedom Caucus members held budget talks. And the location, according to Daily Beast reporters Roger Sollenberger and Zachary Petrizzo, was a Washington, D.C. townhouse that is within walking distance of the U.S. Capitol Building — and is “owned by a convicted tax cheat.”

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    charliekane  5 months ago

    When he needs a snack, you’re up, li’l lamby.

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    Radish the wordsmith  5 months ago

    House GOP unveils budget with trillions in cuts to Medicaid, food benefits, and more

    House Republicans unveiled a budget blueprint on Tuesday that proposes trillions of dollars in federal spending reductions over the next decade, specifically targeting Medicaid and federal nutrition assistance for steep cuts.House Budget Committee Republicans’ new resolution also calls for the establishment of a “bipartisan debt commission” to examine and propose changes to “the drivers of U.S. debt… such as Social Security and Medicare.” (Social Security does not, in fact, contribute to long-term federal deficits.)

    Anti Christ Republicans want to cut food and medical for the needy so rich people can get bigger tax breaks.

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    cbedda  5 months ago

    love the art – dont get why its a sheep – spoiled baby, a pig, an elephant in sheep’s clothing, a hog maybe. Even a lizard or a spider. why a sheep.

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    cbedda  5 months ago

    maybe a doodoo bird.

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    john_chubb  5 months ago

    I don’t know. That sheep is looking more than a little rabid! Might not be safe to try and eat it, doggie!

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    FerventlyDefendingTruth  5 months ago

    I am CRAZY about Pedro X. Molina’s cartoons! Beautifully drawn and illustrates and ALWAYS clever!!RESPECT, Pedro!!

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    Radish the wordsmith  5 months ago

    MATT GAETZ pins shutdown on McCarthy: “We will have a government shutdown and it is absolutely Speaker McCarthy’s fault. We cannot blame Joe Biden for not having moved our individual spending bills. We cannot blame House Democrats. We can’t even blame Chuck Schumer in the Senate”

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