Rick McKee Editorial Cartoon

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Darby
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Darby 02/27/14 - 12:28 am
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Come on, Rick, I'm sure OzBama

has left enough in the military budget for a much larger "Bang" sign than the one you depict.

gaflyboy
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gaflyboy 02/27/14 - 07:23 am
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I don't know Darby.

Perhaps if he were aiming at military pensions or the VA he might.

He definitely needs a bigger one, since soon there will be no other support on the battlefield.

TrulyWorried
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TrulyWorried 02/27/14 - 08:33 am
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Our Military

Once something to be proud of, and we still should be and still ARE, but apparently the Pentagon has other ideas. Hope it does not backfire on us (or them).

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Fiat_Lux 02/27/14 - 12:24 pm
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It's not surprising that Putin is sending ships to Cuba

now that Obama is cowering on his back with his throat bared. The standard mongrel submissive posture is supposed to prevent an attack, but the aggressive tend to move in real close to make sure the weak (ie, us) stay on their backs.

Nikita thanks you, Obummer. You could hardly have done more to bring us to our knees and destroy us from within. Really well done.

teaparty
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teaparty 02/27/14 - 04:34 pm
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"Nikita thanks you, Obummer.
Unpublished

"Nikita thanks you, Obummer. You could hardly have done more to bring us to our knees and destroy us from within. Really well done."
The lying America hating communist has 3 more yrs. to destroy this country and he will give it his best effort.

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