Rick McKee Editorial Cartoon

Editorial cartoon for Thursday, October 21, 2010
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usafvet
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usafvet 10/20/10 - 11:19 pm
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Right on. Now the dems will

Right on. Now the dems will pay the price. Being conservative to the bone marrow, I'm enjoying the direction things are going.

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johnston.cliff 10/20/10 - 11:56 pm
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Absolutely! I see where 3

Absolutely! I see where 3 Dems running for reelection this cycle are actually touting their pro-obamacare vote. None are expected to be reelected.

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ohhsweetconcord 10/21/10 - 01:47 am
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Question: Let's say the

Question: Let's say the Democrats hadn't passed health care. They never even proposed it. Would you think differently of them? Of Obama?

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Mad Hatter 10/21/10 - 04:41 am
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The President promised the

The President promised the Country that if his health care bill passed that our insurance premiums would go DOWN! Just got the new prices............one of the highest increases ever! President Obama is either incompetent, a big fat liar, or both!!!!

Mad Hatter
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Mad Hatter 10/21/10 - 04:42 am
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And concord... The health

And concord... The health care bill is one of several destructive things Obama and congress has done, so to answer your question.....NO...the anger would not be as strong, but it would still be there.

Mad Hatter
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Mad Hatter 10/21/10 - 04:45 am
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And before the left tries to

And before the left tries to defend the lies with their typical response, the anger has NOTHING to do with his race. The insurance premium went up for people of ALL races! He promised they would not. He is a liar. Just like he lied about "shovel ready jobs" that he now admits that he KNEW didn't exist!

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johnston.cliff 10/21/10 - 05:45 am
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ohhsweetconcord, the way

ohhsweetconcord, the way obamacare was passed has a lot to do with all of the problems included in the bill. Every politician that voted for the bill without reading it should lose their job.

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Chillen 10/21/10 - 09:10 am
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Yes, there will be lots of

Yes, there will be lots of newly unemployed Senators & Representatives in November. You reap what you sow. They followed obama & pelosi right off the edge of the cliff and into the arms of the unemployment grim reaper.

Too bad all these losers get full pay & benefits for life. It would be nice to see them standing in the unemployment lines that their ridiculous over-spending, over-regulating and free market attacks helped create.

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Rolling Eyes 10/21/10 - 01:54 pm
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Maybe people wouldn't be so

Maybe people wouldn't be so angry about the bill if the politicians who signed it actually understood what they signed. Maybe we wouldn't be so ticked off with it if they actually had to use it for themselves and their families.....

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