Scott Stantis for September 29, 2022

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    Rhonda Santis  6 months ago

    Second with this idea that I’ve seen today. It’s only minorly clever, imo.

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  6 months ago

    Ha as if that works

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    braindead Premium Member 6 months ago

    Yeah, but he CAN trick Republicans into believing he can.

    Just proclaim himself to be a Stable Genius.

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    The Nodding Head  6 months ago

    DiVisive and lackeys propose to ban climate studies from curriculum. MAGAs believe that will surely stop hurricanes from hitting Florida.

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    rossevrymn  6 months ago

    Stantis, did someone else make this piece for you?

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 6 months ago

    It isn’t economically logical to invest a lot of money in making Florida real estate hurricane proof, because it’s only going to above sea level for a limited time anyway.

    Because of Florida’s low elevation, the state is more vulnerable to rising sea levels than most coastal areas on the globe. But Florida has another issue beneath the surface that could eventually contribute to flooding even if sea levels weren’t an issue. It all has to do with the state resting on a bedrock of limestone.

    This limestone is composed of compressed ancient reefs and corals with tiny air pockets galore, making them quite porous. The limestone literally soaks up any water seeping through from the Atlantic, meaning that the sponge like rock is already congested with saltwater.

    That leaves floodwaters above ground with nowhere else to go. And because limestone isn’t exactly a durable bedrock, it’s also being compressed by what’s sitting on top, including buildings. In short, that means cities like Miami are also sinking at a rate of half a millimeter annually.

    That’s not much, but over time and compounded by rising sea levels, those on less than solid ground are vulnerable to a double whammy.

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    Free Radical  6 months ago

    Almost time for the FL gov to start deflection and blame onto the President and his administration for the hurricane and the destruction it caused.

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    I Play One On TV  6 months ago

    I suppose that the people who feel justified beating up Asians because of covid soon will be beating up Irish descendants because of Ian.


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    Kracklin Rosie  6 months ago

    You used to be better than this, Scott. Playing politics with a disaster like Ian is disgraceful.

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    gammaguy  6 months ago

    “Sorry, Governor DeSantis, you can’t trick the hurricane into getting on a plane to Martha’s Vineyard.”

    I thought he already did that with Fiona… but then she continued up into Canada.

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    dnie1951  6 months ago

    Maybe Biden can FLY the hurricane out of the border State under the darkne$$ of night?

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    braindead Premium Member 6 months ago

    “Using human beings as a prop to somehow ‘own the libs’ is repulsive. Yet cruelty is on brand for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.” -SS


    I totally agree with Scott, both the cartoon and the note on counterpoint!

    Unusual for that to happen, but excellent by Stantis.

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    sedrelwesley2  6 months ago

    Let’s get out our Sharpies™ & route the storm to Mar a Lago!!!

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    MaryBethJavorek1  6 months ago

    that was probably the nicest thing that he did do for them, they weren’t in the hurricane

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    creepy Premium Member 6 months ago

    From reading this comic, I guess that Scott Stantis is a democrat who the left don’t like.

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    Totally Not a Killer Dolphin  6 months ago

    The Babylon Bee made the same joke.

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