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Life advice of the day, Brett Kavanuagh edition

by Joey deVilla on September 27, 2018

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This one’s for the gentlemen in my audience: Live your life so that if you ever speak at a Senate hearing, the women in the room won’t look at you the way they did at Brett Kavanaugh.

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You may need a lot of ointment for that burn, Tomi.

Oh, Tomi. That’s even more embarrassing than being a fierce critic of the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. “Obamacare”), yet having to admit in a 2017 interview that you benefited from it.

At the age of 24, although she was apparently earning her own money, she was still on her parents’ insurance plan, and Obamacare lets you stay on Mom and dad’s plan until you’re 26. That’s “pull yourself up by your own bootstraps” conservatism for you: do as I say, not what I do.

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“Let’s begin with a prayer”

by Joey deVilla on December 4, 2017

Here’s the caption with some links for context:

“Before we discuss raising taxes on the poor and middle class, adding $1 trillion to the deficit, taking health insurance away from 13 million, raising insurance premiums by 10 percent, defending treason, and swearing in a pedophile, let’s begin with a prayer.

In case you’re wondering why this editorial cartoon seems familiar, that’s because the caption is a twist on Jack Ziegler’s original version, which he drew in 2004:

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