Steve Kelley for June 30, 2022

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    Shod  3 months ago

    Republicans only want to have cheap gas and entertainment, not justice or democracy.

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    Concretionist  3 months ago

    That’s what Skelley’s being PAID to see, at least.

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    nos.nevets  3 months ago

    I think he is accurately depicting the public’s assessment.

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    Daeder  3 months ago

    I guess Steve Kelley must be the guy being “hypnotized”. Who else would be that dumb or have such backwards priorities?!

    Oh, right. WAY TOO MANY MORONS! . . .

    . . . who would rather fixate on the price of gas, which has nothing to do with Biden, than be forced to reckon with the reality that they voted for a wannabe dictator who nearly destroyed Democracy!

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    RAGs  3 months ago

    Hey, SKELLEY, how did you get an elephant into a donkey suit?

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    Judge Magney  3 months ago

    Remember how cheap gas was before the Civil War. This all began with that RINO liberal socialist Abraham Lincoln.

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    braindead Premium Member 3 months ago

    SKelly, what happened WAS an insurrection, it was not an attempt at an insurrection. The insurrection was an attempted coup, aka, a violent attempt to overthrow the government of the United States.

    Try to get your LIES straight.

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    Jack7528  3 months ago

    Good one! Love it. Also where I lived it was a lot less than that.

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    Havel  3 months ago

    AND, a pandemic along with the corresponding lower DEMAND for gas.

    Why IS it that an existential threat to our democracy does not even seem to register with so many? Why won’t even ONE of the right wing commentators reject the traitor Flynn’s refusal to say that he supports the peaceful transition of power? I mean, I get “tribe”, but REALLY?

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    brit-ed  3 months ago

    And that is all these shallow idiots care about; how much they pay for fuel. Jeeeeezzzz we’re doomed.

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    Comic Man Premium Member 3 months ago

    Joe Biden’s Presidency has been a total disaster. He is the George Castanza of politics. Beginning with the withdrawal from Afghanistan the highest gas prices, highest inflation, highest grocery prices, crime sprees across democratic run cities, the southern border disaster, begging for oil from the worst of the worst when we have all that we need here, to a SCOTUS nominee that can’t define a woman, to picking the worse V.P. in modern polling, he is a total joke, but dem’s are like “forget what you see all around you and look at this event from 2 years ago. See we are working on the things that will make your life better”.

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    The Nodding Head  3 months ago

    So what if the MAGA government was a bunch of thugs who were ready to destroy democracy? Freedom won’t buy gas.

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    dnie  3 months ago

    As ‘Rome burns’, D.C. Clown $how continues…………wonderful "public $ervant$’

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    Civitas Libertas  3 months ago

    Another clueless cartoon by a clueless idiot.

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    studiotyler  3 months ago
    This cartoonist just confirmed his own stupidity.
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    DangerMan  3 months ago

    Gas was artificially cheap then because of the pandemic!

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    Comic Man Premium Member 3 months ago

    Gas prices have literally doubled on Biden’s watch. You can believe me or your lying eyes.

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    suzalee  3 months ago

    The insurrection was an attempt to install a dictator. All Americans should be very concerned about it. Inflation will come and go as will other problems But if we lose our democracy, we are in deep trouble.

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    JoeBabbs  3 months ago

    US soldiers and citizens of many political persuasions made great sacrifices to defeat fascism overseas during WWII.

    The GOP is making great sacrifices to cultivate domestic fascism, today. And here is Kelly’s sacrifice, throwing free-market principles under the bus.

    They have no principles left to throw.

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    thelordthygod666  3 months ago

    I have no doubt GOPers would gladly give Ukraine to Russia if it’d save them $1 for a gallon of gas.

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    DASch  3 months ago

    Deflection fail

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    IndyW  3 months ago

    Great toon Kelly, nailed it.

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    ChristopherBurns  3 months ago

    Are you telling us that we should be more worried about gas prices than an attempt to over turn an election that was won?

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    StackableContainers  3 months ago

    Americans really are awful nowadays. We are such a selfish dying culture.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 3 months ago

    The brain dead right winger forgot no one was driving so gas was cheap because everyone was sick with covid spread by the republicon party.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member 3 months ago

    Oil companies doubled their profit from last year, why don’t you attack them for price gouging?

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    Saurischia Premium Member 3 months ago

    Kelly made a mistake and drew a donkey instead of an elephant.

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    silego  3 months ago

    By every definition of the word, that was an attempted insurrection… the only attempted insurrection in America’s modern history.

    How could you trivialize that… either own up to it and say “yes it was an attempted insurrection, and I wish they succeeded”, or “yes it was an attempted insurrection, and a horrible attack on our democracy”

    Because… there have been times in the past where insurrections were necessary in corrupt or oppressive governments.

    But pretending it didn’t happen, or pretending it isn’t a big deal. That’s pathetic.

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    librarylady59  3 months ago

    The conservative cognitive dissonance surrounding Jan 6 must be so painful which makes these folks so ugly and angry and bitter. I would feel sorry for them if they weren’t so violent.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    Some of the bleatings from the radicalized Maga deniers of reality and trolls have described the sworn testimony by Cassidy Hutchinson of her first person experiences as well as her conversations with White House bigwigs as:

    hearsay by a bimbo, lies, fairy tales, denied by the drivers, denied by the Secret Service, waste of time, political circus, a big joke, Capitol Police are murderers, a fake story, baseless claims, meaningless, pure theater, total phoney and leaker, bad social climber, sick and fraudulent, disgraceful, body language is that of a total BSer, a political hack, a total whacko…

    “So there! That proves she’s a liar!”

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    And from the Maga Madman, himself, come these diaper overloads:

    Will anybody ever be allowed to say that the Election was Rigged and Stolen? Will the Unselects EVER discuss that our Country is going to he11 because of a fraudulent election? How about analyzing the Election Results? She changed lawyers a couple of days ago! I NEVER SAID, “MIKE PENCE DESERVES IT!” [yes,all in caps]. Another made up-statement by a third rate social climber! Bad handwriting, that of a Whacko? [note: Google Trump Graphoanalysis, Why didn’t they use the 10,000 troops that I offered up on January 3rd? There would have been no January 6th! So, they Rigged & Stole a Presidential Election, and nobody, especially the Unselects, wants to go after the people that did it – Only after those wanting Election Integrity! What is happening to our beautiful USA?

    “The woman, who was a BIG Trump fan long AFTER January 6th (if her Fake Stories were true, why would she want to be?), was let go and not wanted in Florida, so she made up phony and completely outrageous stories, the craziest of which has already been proven to be a complete lie. The Secret Service said, according to the Media, it wasn’t true. Wow! She has now lost all credibility, just like the partisan Witch Hunt perpetuated by the Unselect Committee of political hacks. MAGA! The New York Times and Washington Post failed to even mention that today’s Unselect witness lost all credibility when she got caught in a ridiculous lie. Our Country has lost all confidence in the media and our elections. Sad!”

    …and “besides, why should she have to clean it up?”

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    Gary Williams Premium Member 3 months ago

    Just one Nazi supporting another Nazi.Why did we fight WWII in Europe if this was the kind of government we wanted for ourselves? Of course, there was a major Nazi movement in America prior to the war headed by Charles Lindburgh and Henry Ford, both awarded the highest award given to a foreigner by the Nazis. Lindburgh got his from Hermann Goering himself.

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    GiantShetlandPony  3 months ago

    Is this opposite day? It’s the freedom isn’t free idiots that prioritize fuel costs over freedom.

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    DASch  3 months ago

    Steve isn’t qualified to comment because he refuses to watch the J6 hearings

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    jader3rd  3 months ago

    That’s nice. Gas prices are way more important than the fall of democracy in the US, isn’t it.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    The @ComicMan said:

    “He is the George Castanza of politics. Beginning with the withdrawal from Afghanistan …”

    I suppose he’s referring to the fictional character from Seinfeld, and even that is misspelled. Oh, ha ha.

    Anyway, the radicalized and brainwashed conveniently ignore the fact that the Maga Ayatollah negotiated with and met in secret at Camp David where he accepted the terms of surrender without consultation with the Adghan government or our allies and our own military. And he wrote it up and timed it explicitly so that the incoming Biden administration could not act on it or mitigate the effects. Worse, the Taliban then went to the small village elders and told them that the Americans were abandoning them, and they’d better step aside when the Taliban came in. And then the towns. And then the cities. And that’s why the Taliban overran the country so quickly – because of our surrender and abandonment, engineered by Comic Man’s traitorous Dear Leader.

    And of course, useful idiots like the Comic dude blame “Biden” for the debacle.

    …and there are plenty of other factual links.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    Next up is comic dude’s claim that “Biden” is to blame for “the highest gas prices, highest inflation, highest grocery prices…”

    Sure, “Biden” is to blame for the dozen or so refineries that were shut down before he became President. And a worldwide Pandemic that cratered demand for oil, which then had a worldwide resurgence in just the last few months, coinciding with a sudden European demand for gas and oil after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine (also, apparently, “Biden’s” fault. And the thousands of oil and gas leases not exploited in the private sector. Ad he personally endorsed oil company price gouging. And “Biden” sure is omnipotent, single-handedly causing a worldwide supply-chain problem and worldwide inflation for a sudden resurgence in demand. Heck, he even caused that baby formula problem, and even arranged the midwest floods that knocked out the Abbot plant supplying 40% of formula, alone. Damfino where they get that “empty shelves” crap, unless they’re talking about their pals in Russia.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    And continuing the Comic dudes’ rant: “…crime sprees across democratic run cities, the southern border disaster…”

    Excuse me, what “crime sprees”_ are those? Y’mean the smash-and-grab forays several months ago? They have all been dealt with, and mistakes fixed from lessons-learned. Or maybe he’s implicitly claiming that crime doesn’t exist in Republican towns and cities, which is pure BS. And xenophobia combined the myth of an “open border” has always, without exception, been the go-to phobia by the right wing. It’s the “invasion” by hordes of scary COVID-infected messkins, drug dealers, rapists, and murderers, all welcomed with open arms so they can vote for Democrats. Do they even stop to think how stupid that even sounds, never mind checking the data? Elected Republican officials do everything they can to obstruct or block any solutions, and won’t even talk about the problem, expressly so they can blame Democrats.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    And he goes on with “…to a SCOTUS nominee that can’t define a woman…”

    Again, using a real stupid right-wing talking point used by Republicans in their desperate attempts to block nominee Ketanji Brown (sworn in today, by the way) by a Democratic President. From the slanderous and asinine Qanon accusations by GOP Senator Josh Hawley, and others accusing her of being a Pedophile (which is something straight out of Putin’s playbook, BTW). At the same time as the Ketanji inquisition, Rep. Brian Seitz (R-MO) introduced a trigger-law bill in the state house banning the termination of ectopic pregnancies (they are never viable, and only results in a still born at best, or forcing a woman to carry a dead fetus, risking sepsis, gangrene, and death). The stupid “what is a woman” question is a gotcha question on the ongoing Republican attacks on biologically transgendered people. “What is a woman, Judge Ketanji?” Whym it’s a stupid political talking point and culture-war attack strategy for Republicans. Duh?

    They target all of Biden nominees, not just judges. No matter who it is or their qualifications, and funded by dark money sources, they seek to undermine each and every nominee. Financed by the Conservative Leadership Institute and (surprise) DJT’s various “investors”.

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    DrDon1  3 months ago

    Is Kelley oblivious to the reality of Jan. 6th or is he cynically loyal to the COVID Denier- and Insurrectionist-Chief?

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    continuing on: “…picking the worse V.P. in modern polling…”_

    VP Harris has had a spectacular career, including being Attorney General for California, which has the 6th highest GDP in the world. Sen. McCaskill nailed it, with having many decades of experience dealing with that kind of misogynistic animal in the Republican Party. She pointed out that “Republicans are threatened by competence and intelligence, which is why they have trouble attracting talent of any substance. They embrace misogyny, too, so [if you] combine womanhood with strength and intelligence, throw in real courage, then you have their Kryptonite”.

    Republicans in general can’t abide intelligent competence over loyalty, absolute obedience to the Party, and a willingness to break the law, and so don’t want such persons on their “family” of cronies, toadies, and sycophants. And a woman like Harris, with her courage, steel-trap intelligence, and strength terrifies them. So they attack any way they can, whether or not there is any truth to their claims.

    And people like the comic dog, like the obedient dogs they are, are more than happy to attack those their masters sic ’em on.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 3 months ago

    A final rebuttal to Comic dog: former VP Pence was (and still is) perfectly fine with his role as loyal and obedient lickspittle to his lord and master, but his religious convictions and oath of office was a bridge to far, when ordered to commit treason.

    I’m sure the next Maga megalomaniacal wannabe-dictator will be sure to pick a co-conspirator crony VP willing to do everything he’s ordered to do.

    No wonder people like Comic hates people of intelligence, conviction, and patriotism. They are, after all, “woke”.

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    Rich Douglas  3 months ago

    That’s America all right. Live and don’t learn!

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