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By David, November 26, 2011 at 1:26 am Link to this comment
That’s just silly. This is the kind of comic made by somebody who is very politically emotional without any real understanding of the system at work.
One could just as easily make a comic a mule pressing about a button that gives drug test refusing deadbeats food stamps, fat people unemployment checks, and illegal immigrants free health care, and just like this comic, it would only be full of half-truths.
All this illustration does is attempt to polarize an already inflated conflict between American people. In the end, we are all Americans here, and we just want this country to be better than it is right now. Stop thinking about things in terms of red and blue. There is more to progress than party lines.
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