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limric said...

Good one today Clay.

To assume that Obama, or the Democratic Party, because they acknowledge the reality of climate change, while the lunatic fringe of the Republican Party does not, is better equipped to deal with it is woefully naive.

Republicans appeal to a nutter constituency. Democrats are condescending phonies.

But both parties will do nothing.

September 23, 2014 at 1:41 p.m.
limric said...

Good one Clay.

Burger King is moving its headquarters to Canada as a tax-dodging - enabled by a tax code that ‘treats corporations better than people.’

Even though Burger King renounces its US citizenship (”Corporations are people to my friends”), it keeps the same executives, the same stores or facilities, the same employees, and the same customers — right here in the US. The only things that changes is the company sheds certain tax obligations. The company still receives all the benefits of US roads and infrastructure, police and fire protection, courts, military protection, etc. The US still educates its workforce and subsidizes its ultra-low wages with food stamps, Medicaid, and other available taxpayer paid services.

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said, "If a person did that, we’d call them a freeloader.” I agree.

If anyone has issues with ‘inversion’, just wait until they implement the TPP; then you’ll see calamity.

August 30, 2014 at 9:17 a.m.
limric said...


Why is the figure ”Mr. Bennett's earth god?” What makes you so sure the figure isn’t just – ‘God’. The one you worship? And if not. Why not?

I mean, Bennett’s drawing isn’t all that dissimilar (nor is the subject metaphorically) than the figure painted by a VERY Christian individual who went by the name of Michelangelo.

August 27, 2014 at 5:02 p.m.
limric said...

May be you didn’t specifically say as much zableedofisterix, but you explicitly implied it.

And you still are. Your caveat being: "It does tell me he's no "gentle giant"

August 26, 2014 at 5:59 p.m.
limric said...


Michael Brown was 18 years old. He was a “teenager” - a boy. He was also unarmed.

The cigar incident had nothing to do with the shooting and has nothing whatsoever to do with the case as it goes forward.

August 26, 2014 at 1:57 p.m.
limric said...

Re. ‘Maximus, and as a black man.’

”Blacks in America, are far more likely to be harassed, brutalized and even shot and killed by a crazed lunatic out-of-controlled cop during a routine traffic stop than you are by a criminal during a carjacking or robbery.”

That is a fallacious statement if ever I heard one ‘grasshopper’.

August 24, 2014 at 12:14 p.m.
limric said...

Great cartoon Clay. In this case, from his past statements, Eric Holder needs to recuse himself. Reading the posts here gives one the impression of grasshoppers in the grass. Any disturbance and there’s no end to the hopping to a conclusion/conviction (much like the Trayvon Martin - Zimmerman case) with little supporting evidence.

It’s racism cause we says its racism!

The mindless inflammatory rage, vandalism and violence are doing nothing but increase the self-imposed racial divide. Ask yourselves - truthfully: Are black America’s real problems white racism? No they are not.

And now I’m a racist – aren’t I?

August 24, 2014 at 11:46 a.m.
limric said...

Re. ”Downsizing our troop force in the Middle East and closing down strategic military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now, the rebuilding of our strategic position in the Middle East has begun at great cost.”

Just what is the United States’ “strategic position in the Middle East?”

August 17, 2014 at 3:21 p.m.
limric said...

Nice job today Clay. Bravo!

If anyone thinks for a minute that there aren’t ‘boots on the ground’ now, you are sadly mistaken. There are cadres of SPEC-OP’s, advisors—and military contractors running around right now. ”No Boots on the Ground?” Pffft – Pleeez.

In Washington’s ceaseless effort to outdo George Orwell, we are told 'we' are bombing Iraq to save it. We only use humanitarian bombs, they will save lives, and they will protect national interests (whose exactly is anyone’s guess). The intervention will be short, limited to airstrikes, no boots on the ground. Uh huh, yea sure. Time will tell, but if history is any indication, don’t for a minute think ‘precision’ bombing will meaningfully change the nature of the civil war(s) now linking Syria to Iraq, nor should we expect to learn the true extent of the intervention anytime soon; and don’t be surprised if it turns into something that was never advertised. You and I didn’t read the fine print... did we? OH that’s right. We’re not allowed to see the fine print!

We have yet to reconcile the costs, mistakes and crimes of a decade-long US occupation in Iraq, and yet we are starting another round. It is not just that Washington (not you and I) has failed to learn from the past or have forgotten to pay the piper. We haven’t even bothered to look at the last bill, much less pay the check.

”War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.” ~George Orwell

Ceaseless escalation – never ending war.

August 17, 2014 at 11:50 a.m.
limric said...

Precisely BigRidgePatriot,

This is how the DHS is getting around ‘Posse Comitatus’. In 10 years most Americans won’t remember anything but an all invasive police state.

August 16, 2014 at 11:52 a.m.

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