yeah, absolutely, we need more candidates who think raising fuel prices 50% is going to make the economy go gangbusters on green jobs, more candidates who know in their heart that old medical treatments like leeches are just as good as this new fangled science and we can save a lot of money watering down insurance and medicare – more candidates who want to feed more stimulus money to blue states so their public employee base can vote in the next election ( another 160 billion, yeah)—- is this who you mean Matt?
Tea Party candidates and most Republicans speak and act as though from the fog of a concussion, happily punch-drunk on their own self-righteousness, and no helmet yet devised will cure it…except, perhaps, the wired headpiece from an electric chair.
Ah yes, Sage advocating the death penalty for tea partiers. An enlightened progressive, no doubt?
So wanting the federal government to spend less money because the country is beyond bankrupt is stupid, huh Davies?
Yes, those tea partiers are no match for those quick-witted artsy types on the left who are smarter than all of us.
Seriously Davies, when Rachel Maddow wrings out her used tampon in your mouth, does it taste like Kool-Aid?
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Matt Davies is the Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for The Journal News. Born in London, he immigrated to the United States in 1983 and pursued his love of drawing, writing and making fun of people in positions of power throughout his educational career, while fitting in schoolwork in his spare time.