Ted Rall for September 24, 2010

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    BrianCrook  almost 14 years ago

    Ted Rall, the election is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, or is this a comment on how soon after voting in the moronic Teapublicans will the electorate turn to video games?

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    Kosher71  almost 14 years ago

    Election campaigns , best reality show , ever .

    Don’t believe me ? It’s on all the networks …

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    Charles Brobst Premium Member almost 14 years ago

    If we kick the Party of No out then the Senate can get things done! Otherwise it’s two more years of stagnation.

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    Zorro1950  almost 14 years ago

    Beats two years of self destruction.



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    4uk4ata  almost 14 years ago

    Which ones?

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    SaltWaterCroc  almost 14 years ago

    Only the Republicans could laud “small business” in the morning with their “Pledge”, then vote against “small business” in the afternoon. That takes some doing, or a complete lack of shame.

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    Jaedabee Premium Member almost 14 years ago

    ^^ Or competent knowledge in American idiocy. Who’s actually going to go find out the “facts” behind what their leaders are saying? That requires work, turning off the cable networks and doing research.

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    pirate227  almost 14 years ago

    It’s a comment of the public’s short attention span… squirrel!

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    biemmezeta  almost 14 years ago

    it helps it it makes sense??

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    benbrilling  almost 14 years ago

    The Democrats could gain 10 votes in the Senate simply by abolishing the filibuster rule.

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    SuperGriz  almost 14 years ago

    What an interesting toon.

    A double entendre punchline and a situation where the character is either sharpening his observation skills, or fleeing reality.

    Why is the front door open?

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    Lavocat  almost 14 years ago

    But, but … Nader was wrong!

    Uh huh.

    I yearn for the good old days when the Democrats actually had principals and stood up for them.

    Now, their slogan is “Oh yeah? Well, at least we’re not as bad as THOSE guys!”

    Vote Democratic in 2010 … because we suck LESS.

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    jaxaction  almost 14 years ago

    playing video games are mo important… I liked the old toon that topped this one, ralls “hope more!’ as tho that is a reason to vote for dems…

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    parkersinthehouse  almost 14 years ago

    i really like you saltwatercroc

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    VegaAlopex  almost 14 years ago

    What is really missing is Eugene Robinson’s indictment of the electorate as a bunch of spoiled brats. Of course, no one will ever come out and say it, else it’d be another “malaise” mockery.

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    AdmNaismith  almost 14 years ago

    Is that an actual endorsement for the Dems? Could Mr. Rall be going soft?

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    mattro65  almost 14 years ago

    WRONG! You apparently have no clue about Rall’s poltics.

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    mattro65  almost 14 years ago

    I believe Radish and pirate227 are right. Nice touch at the end, pirate.

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    sirrom567  almost 14 years ago

    To sleep, perchance to dream — ay, there’s the rub….

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    RationalEmpiricist  almost 14 years ago

    Lavocat is dead on here. (nothing new there) Rall is making fun of the Dems argument for themselves. He is saying that both have Republican policies so what is the incentive to vote anyway? And probably a bit about widespread apathy and inattentiveness too. I’ll be voting regardless. Someone has to bother to vote for a real candidate (“3rd party” but I think of them as “first”, as in better) instead of wasting my vote on one of the Republican candidates.

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