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Posted on December 17 at 6:33 p.m.

Oh yes! Of course!

VERY liberating.

Just like:
- stoning a woman to death (actually for real) because the Koran calls for that means you are liberated from the burden of western human rights ideas.
- beating a woman for not wearing a hijab is also very liberating - of your repressed anger at females.
- and last but not least, separating where women can worship, work, shop or live - from men also liberates all those women from being with men.

It's all so liberating that the Middle East is full of liberty and liberals and Liberal ideas - everywhere. Just look!

On Wearing Hijab for Modesty in All Things

Posted on December 17 at 6:27 p.m.

Unfortunately the Indy cannot find space for a similar smart, witty, provocative cartoon (there are plenty) from the right...

Why?

That's just too much free speech and viewpoint balance for SB Indy readers and Indy staff. Much better to have the "truth" that only Tom Tomorrow can deliver.

On No Time Like Tomorrow

Posted on December 17 at 6:25 p.m.

More hysteria from the left + green types... all while they drive their gas guzzling cars, fly in planes and use and enjoy the products that oil delivers to society daily.

Good stuff.

On State Lands Approves Ellwood Oil Well

Posted on December 15 at 3:15 p.m.

I know! Crazy, right?

Other things related to healthcare and well being that are also missing are:
1. Free food
2. Free housing
3. Free cars
4. Free college degrees
5. Free exercise classes
6. Free Jamba Juices
7. Free entertainment
8. Free utilities

When will we finally have social justice - just like they had in the Soviet Union, Mao's China and Communist Albania!?

Where have all those benevolent leaders gone when we need them?

On No CLASS in Affordable Care Act

Posted on December 9 at 10:11 a.m.

Illegal immigrants and their kids.

Wonderful.
More of that - a lot more please. Open the borders.

We clearly need HUGE amounts of poor, uneducated, patricarchy-based socialists flooding our labor markets, schools and infrastructure.

It's the compassionate thing to do.

On Man Stabbed on West Micheltorena

Posted on December 6 at 1:15 p.m.

Dear Ms Dilley

No one, anywhere, us painting the homeless as criminals.

Instead, many people, everywhere are fed up with allowing illegal behavior to be systematically overlooked:

- littering
- public intoxication
- selling and using drugs
- blocking rights of way
- verbal abuse
- threatening and intimidating language and actions

Lets stop pretending that it isn't happening.

Meanwhile you can come down off of your gigantic high horse and get to work helping to clean up our public places and restore civility to our street.

Thanks so much.

On Painting Homeless as Criminals Increases Violence

Posted on December 4 at 11:32 a.m.

Yes - so pleasing!

So pleasing to see Iran lie and cheat over and over to the international community, international groups like the IAEA.

So pleased to know that a radical group of religious clerics that control Iran are behind the deceit. Wonderful... very pleasing.

I am sure you were also pleased with:
Mao's work programs.
Cuba's sanitation system (the one where 90% of the population uses an outhouse or a ditch)
Venezuela's central government control of food prices.

So pleasing!

On Peace with Iran

Posted on December 3 at 11:35 a.m.

What?

"...Roman has been supported by a sizable group of friends, family, and Latino-rights advocates..."

Latino-rights? What's that? Latino's are Humans. Humans have rights. If the Human is a Citizen of the United States, they have very specific rights.

...so what right is being proposed by "Latino-rights advocates"? That if you have darker skin shading the law does not apply to you?

RE: unfair white people examples >>>

In case any "Latino-rights" advocates are confused, bank robbery is not attempted murder --- and bank robbery is not a 2nd attempted murder either (this guy tried twice!)...

The cocktail was not attempted murder as (1) it was an attempt to unload it out of a sack, not throw it at and officer (2) never lit up and (3) was not attempted murder.

On Danger to Society or Victim of Injustice?

Posted on November 29 at 8:52 a.m.

Solidarity with Ferguson?

Brown is a thug

Stole cigs and man handled store worker
Walking in middle of street
Attacks and punches police officer in his car
Tries to get gun from officer
Threatens and runs at officer outside car (blood stain pattern proves)
Refuses multiple command from officer to halt

Prosecutor has power to decide a trial or not - but voluntarily turns it over to a grand jury.
Racially diverse Grand Jury votes not to prosecute officer

And people are marching around SB somehow in support of Brown?

On Hundreds March in Solidarity with Ferguson

Posted on November 29 at 8:46 a.m.

Good news Nancy!

1. The oil industry has never contaminated, not even once, our drinking or AG water in more than 100 years. Not a single incident according to SB county and SB city officials.

How can this possibly be? Answer: more good news for you...

2. There are more than 17 agencies and regulating bureaucracies for every well drilled, operated and maintained. 17! Isn't that great? Tens of Thousands of government worker bees crawling all over the oil industry and their staffing numbers are going up.

On Brainwashed?

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