A Way To Avoid Dealing With Reality



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22 Responses to A Way To Avoid Dealing With Reality

  1. SMS says:

    Lets not forget Benghazi and the IRS scandals. Acorn? Polling place violations? And so many more. You need a bigger cartoon for this one.

    • Gail Combs says:

      And China and Ebola….

    • Shazaam says:

      I do hope future dictionaries will put the laughingstock-in-chief’s photo next to the definition of “affirmative action”…..

      Ebama’s administration has been so incompetent that it shall provide a new standard of total incompetence to measure with in the future.

  2. cg says:

    Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses and commented:
    Or rake in the $$

  3. Maybe the solution is just to start telling them,

    We are going to act on our own and go around you. We don’t have time for a debate with the Flat Earth Society!


  4. stpaulchuck says:

    “LOOK!! Squirrel!” – The Ministry of Truth on behalf of President Runamok

  5. kentclizbe says:

    Their strategy: Rush to war to confuse “conservatives.”

    Their tactics: Create chaos everywhere.


  6. Andy DC says:

    That cartoon sums it up beautifully!

  7. omanuel says:

    Great cartoon of modern reality!

  8. Robertv says:

    Yep if Climate Change would be the only problem the world would be a great place to live in.

  9. Kit says:

    Rome, Violins, Nero

  10. Phil Jones says:

    How dumb and shameless is Progressive Science??

    The latest theory just tossed out there to scare people… Vast slushies under mile thick Antarctica Ice…. Waiting to pour out and flood you favorite beach.., total garbage..


    • Ivan says:

      “Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.” – Albert Einstein

  11. B says:

    Government subsists on fear. They do everything they can to scare us into obeying them and giving up our wealth to them.

    • Ronald Reagan famously said, Government is not the solution to the problem; government is the problem. But we should not misunderstand this to mean that all governments are equal. The problem Reagan was referring to was a specific problem of a specific government at a specific time (and it continues down to this time.) The specific problem was (and is) that the government in question is psychotic, mendacious, and out of control. He did what he could to fix the problem, because he believed that this is not the inherent state of all government. If it were, it wouldn’t matter who won any elections, or even if nobody ever voted; because the outcomes would be exactly the same in any event.

      One thing I will agree with you on, is that as time passes, governments tend to become more and more addicted to fear-mongering. This is a problem of nearly all governments, and it is very difficult to get a handle on. If leaders have no morality, or very little morality, they will begin to reason that if the easiest way to have good order is to scare everyone out of their mind, then that is the best way for the government to expend the resources that are assigned for the preservation of order.

      As Bill Cosby once joked about parenting, parents of multiple, young children are often not interested in justice between their children; what they really want is QUIET! so that the parent can go about their own business undisturbed. The problem of course comes in when government leaders start to see themselves as our de facto parents, rather than the partners that they are supposed to be.


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