Tag Archives: Health Care Reform

Supporting Hillary Clinton in 2016

These past few months many of my friends have contacted me to try to persuade me to support Bernie Sanders. It doesn’t bother me. I’m a Hillary supporter, but I like Bernie. I have nothing bad to say about him. … Continue reading

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Jasper Joins Two Protests

Originally published as a March 29, 2010 webcomic for Everyday Citizen The health care reform bill just passed last week and it’s a good time to reflect on the struggles of the past few months. It was a long and … Continue reading

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Jasper Protests The War

Originally published as a September 7, 2009 webcomic for Everyday Citizen Over the years, I’m ashamed to say, I’ve been somewhat of an arm chair liberal. I’ve talked a lot with my friends about politics and social change, and I’ve … Continue reading

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Jasper Tackles Health Care Reform

Originally published as an August 22, 2009 webcomic for Everyday Citizen Over the past week or so, I’ve been troubled by the lack of civility in the town hall meetings. It’s sad to see people shouting down other people who … Continue reading

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Supporting Barack Obama

Election times are here again and Obama is going through the same criticisms that all past Presidents face during an election year. If a Democrat is President, the Republicans accuse him of being a bleeding heart socialist who’s out to … Continue reading

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The Raging Grannies

Last Winter, I went to a rally to support a strong health care reform bill that was going through Congress. While I was there, I encountered three oddly dressed older women who were holding signs and singing songs for single-payer … Continue reading

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Going to a vigil

Over the years, I’m ashamed to say, I’ve been somewhat of an arm chair liberal. I’ve talked a lot with my friends about politics and social change, and I’ve complained a lot about the things that are wrong with our … Continue reading

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