That came out when Bush was President, and while I was a vocal opponent of his, it's just as sick now or under Obama as it was then.
I'm not too sure about that, with all these new bills cutting funding to all sorts of programs, our president is literally a billionaire business tycoon and an entertainment mogul helping the US turn into one big corporate money making machine
The US has been a big corporate money making machine for decades, most government spending shows up as profits on the balance sheets of corporations.
Now with Trump as president it's a lot more obvious as to what this country stands for.
The overwhelming majority of the money the government spends doesn't go to average people, it goes to corporations. The government gets a substantial portion of its money by taxing average people, and borrowing against future taxation of average people. The rest comes from taxing corporations, and they pay a substantially lower rate than individuals.
I'm pretty sure one or two of the investigating agencies will have this on radar. He seems to be taking his comedy from George Carlin and the seven words you can't say on television.
I have listened to a lot of George Carlin's stand-up I have heard that 7 words you can't say segment.
He isn't stealing any joke, he'd be stealing if he went on a tangent about cuss words on TV.
I find this sketch more relevant and important now than how many cuss words you can fit into a joke.
This sketch is a lot funnier now that we have Drumpf as "president"
I never said he was stealing - just patterning his comedy after Carlin, so relax already.
You have your opinion on Trump. I happened to be relieved that Clinton was not allowed to further ruin this country.