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9 responses to “Cartoon of The Week

  1. North Of The River

    Hey Tom you say:”I wish there was a hell, (there’s not, I’m a grown up),”,guess you not watch Channel 61-2 all day since they where running “Touched By An Angle” all day long and the 3 Angles talk about Heaven & Hell all the time!

  2. BLOOD PRESSURE SPIKE WARNING. I just saw this. Sickening.

    Paul Ryan‏Verified account
    @SpeakerRyan

    At the end of each year, no matter how short—or long—it may feel, there is always Christmas. Waiting for us is that sense of wonder the shepherds felt when the angels appeared in the night sky to herald the birth of a Savior.

    • A good reply…

      Shannon Watts‏Verified account
      @shannonrwatts
      Shannon Watts Retweeted Paul Ryan

      Jesus was a brown-skinned Middle Eastern undocumented immigrant. He condemned the greedy and commanded us to serve the needy without condition. He was murdered by conspiracists who preached the rule of a police state over compassionate humanity.

      Noodle that on #ChristmasEve.

      8:14 AM – 24 Dec 2017

      • For Sure Not Tom

        The Trump administration is taking action to limit and even stop all refugees from entering America.

        This is in spite of the claiming to be Christians.

        Someone needs to explain the Slaughter of the Innocents to these fakes and remind them that Jesus was a refugee.

        I wish there was a hell, (there’s not, I’m a grown up), I’d want to go there myself, just to see the look on the Trumpaloompa’s faces when they realize where they ended up.

        • It’s been a tough year. I keep wondering what we’ll be left with when we finally evict the con man and all the looters and grifters from the People’s House. We thought 2009 was bad…

  3. Republican Sen. Jeff Flake considers 2020 presidential run
    Updated 10:12 AM; Posted 10:08 AM
    By Associated Press

    WASHINGTON — Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona says President Donald Trump is certain to face an independent challenge in the next presidential election, if not a challenge from within the party. And Flake is not ruling out being that challenger.

    Flake has been fiercely critical of Trump, even while supporting parts of his agenda, like the new tax cuts. Trump in turn has denounced the senator, who’s not seeking re-election next year.

    Flake says if Trump continues on his path, and if Democrats lean left, a “huge swath of voters” will be “looking for something else.”

    Asked on ABC’s “This Week” whether he might run for president in 2020, Flake said “That’s not in my plans” but “I don’t rule anything out.”

    He says Republicans must marginalize the party’s “ultra-nationalist” element.

    http://www.oregonlive.com/today/index.ssf/2017/12/republican_sen_jeff_flake_cons.html

    • Interesting, isn’t it? Explains why Flake the Fake talks out of one side of his mouth and votes with other. He can’t afford to p!ss off the oligarchs if he wants to be POTUS. And he thinks everyone else will just remember what he said, not what he did.

      However, after Trump, it’s hard to tell who could win the GOP nomination.