Rick McKee Editorial Cartoon

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TParty 08/01/12 - 06:42 am
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To be fair- it was Romney

To be fair- it was Romney that said Olympic athletes did not get where they are on their own.

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chascushman 08/01/12 - 07:13 am
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One of your better ones rick
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One of your better ones rick

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gaflyboy 08/01/12 - 07:36 am
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To be fair-

Romney correctly pointed out the contributions of others toward the Olympians success: Parents, coaches, donations from family & friends ...
NOT the government.

Another point is that the Olympic competitors worked extremely hard to achieve their goals.

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allhans 08/01/12 - 07:46 am
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But which man wants to

But which man wants to "spread the wealth around"?

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fedex227 08/01/12 - 11:51 pm
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Most satirists comment on absurdity in politics ...
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regardless of party affiliation or who commits it. Does Mr. McKee constantly have to bash the President due to his party affiliation or is it just because that is what his employers pay him to do. Just wondering. I enjoy satire as much as the next person but I think I will have to stop clicking on the 'McKee cartoons' tab if all I am going to get is left wing bashing and disrespect to the President.

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crackertroy 08/05/12 - 03:02 pm
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fedex227
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Wow fedex you must not have clicked on anything between 2000 and 2008 because that's all that was on the internet -President bashing and disrespect

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