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10 years ago @ Wonkette - Wall Street Journal Lo... · 0 replies · +4 points

One other point. In competitive capitalism, which includes the fast food business, raising wages does not imply rising prices, just lower profits. Conversely, cutting wages does not imply falling prices, just higher profits.

10 years ago @ Wonkette - A Children's Treasury ... · 0 replies · +3 points

She is a magnificent Negress!

10 years ago @ Wonkette - Rudy Giuliani Calls Ch... · 2 replies · +6 points

Christie is a prick, but the family members of the woman that died do not blame her death on the traffic jam.

Just saying.

10 years ago @ Wonkette - History Shocker! Ayn R... · 0 replies · +5 points

Also too, Ayn Rand testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee against the Hollywood Ten.

10 years ago @ Wonkette - Solemn Duty Of Killing... · 2 replies · +18 points

From the article: "...it will cost the state an extra $1000 to keep him alive on Death Row" until Oct. 1.

$50 bucks a day? You can't stay in a Motel 6 for that. What kind of sleazy death row are they running down there? Tennessee pays $96.75.

10 years ago @ Wonkette - Angry Town Hall Mob Ex... · 0 replies · +6 points

What ever happened to Mrs. Walnuts? Did she move permanently to Cougartown?

10 years ago @ Wonkette - Russia Grants Snowden ... · 11 replies · +33 points

Everyone on the left supports Snowden except Wonkette. When Ken Layne was the editor, Wonkette used to be (a) radical and (b) funny. Since Rebecca took over, Wonkette has lost its radical bite, which was the source of its satiric value. This gives me a sad.

11 years ago @ Wonkette - A Children's Treasury ... · 3 replies · +7 points

It's amazing how people's politics can influence their beliefs about factual issues. That's what I see in this thread. Just saying.

11 years ago @ Wonkette - A Children's Treasury ... · 0 replies · +10 points

No.

11 years ago @ Wonkette - A Children's Treasury ... · 9 replies · +27 points

I couldn't believe my eyes and ears when Bill Maher dropped his "libertarian" persona and endorsed the government's salacious interest in my online activities. He's ruined himself for me.