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By Dick Cheney, May 10, 2008 at 6:57 pm Link to this comment
It’s not really satire since McCain actually believes all of it. That and starting more wars.
Too bad he thinks Sunni & Shite are the same thing, because all of his future wars are going to be started for really stupid reasons.
Hopefully he’s won’t suffering from Alzheiemer while in office like Reagan did.
By Bert, November 21, 2006 at 7:46 pm Link to this comment
I think it’s a crappy drawing, and a poor attempt at satire.
By Sam, November 21, 2006 at 7:42 pm Link to this comment
I don’t disagree with you Eleanore but the system we have may be as good as it gets. Hear me out for a second. Yes, we have the capacity to be more humane and more creative and loving. But not when power is in the mix. It’s Humankind’s nature to get power and simply want a lot more.
So the system we have (North America) with all of it’s horrific faults, including war, may be the best one possible given the dark side of our nature. All I know is I’m free to travel and my hard work pays off. I can disagree with anyone’s opinion and no get shot. The problem is admittedly that we’re not helping the less fortunate enough. Just Devil’s advocate, have a good one.
By Eleanore Kjellberg, November 21, 2006 at 4:29 pm Link to this comment
And don’t forget the real purpose of the federal government—to protect international corporate interests, while “using” the military to overthrow sovereign regimes, in order to gain access to profitable resources and cheap labor—let’s give three cheers to globalization, corporate corruption and worker exploitation.
By philly, November 21, 2006 at 3:20 pm Link to this comment
Get used to him! No crystal ball have I, but travelling the country constantly, it seems he is the consensus choice. I say this because most of the people I encounter are left leaning and their attitude in general is “at least he’s better than Bush, yes, I can stomach him”. Any republican nominee already gets 49% or so, then add the dems who don’t mind him because of his supposed independence. Of course he is 70 so health is a wild card and he has to pander enough to get the nomination first.
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