Lissa is armed and frivolous.
Aug 23 Lissa commented on 2016 Stranger Genius Award Nominee....
@1: Says The CHZA.....
Aug 16 Lissa commented on Let Us Welcome Our New Hillary Clinton Style Instagram Overlords.
@4: The one does not preclude the other.
Aug 16 Lissa commented on Let Us Welcome Our New Hillary Clinton Style Instagram Overlords.
@1: Cato, every time I think you couldn't make a more stupid comment you go ahead and top yourself. Tell me, is there a method to your work? I mean do you actually read the article and carefully fine tune your offering to ensure you deliver something almost crystalline in its misapprehension of the subject?
Or are you
Just.
That.
Dumb.
Jul 7 Lissa commented on House Dems Boo Sanders.
Can I just ask a question? If Clinton is the status quo, why is the Republican Party so afraid of her? Why have they spent millions of dollars and oceans of time trying to keep her out of the White House?
I mean think about it. They've been after her for 25 years. If she's going to support their wars and continue their economic policies and not keep any of her campaign promises, why are they trying to destroy her? As far as some of y'all have described her she's a better bet of maintaining the stability of current power structure than Trump.
So what is it they're afraid of?
Jul 7 Lissa commented on Baker Refuses to Make a Cake for a Same-Sex Couple.
@11: You mean like a birthday cake? Which is the dessert under discussion. Would you care to explain the homosexual significance of celebrating the day of one's birth with baked goods?

Jun 8 Lissa commented on Ijeoma Oluo on "Trickle-Down Progressivism".
@48: Indeed. Perhaps when they are the dominant paridgym or setting national policy we might revisit what lasting impact they would have.
But thank you for taking the time.
Jun 8 Lissa commented on Ijeoma Oluo on "Trickle-Down Progressivism".
@44: Ah! My apologies! I did not see not see the closing of @37.
Jun 8 Lissa commented on Ijeoma Oluo on "Trickle-Down Progressivism".
@39: Protip: quotation marks are used to mark the beginning and end of a title or quoted passage not what ever garbage happens to be in your head. No one but you had used that phrase either here or in the article under discussion.
Jun 8 Lissa commented on Ijeoma Oluo on "Trickle-Down Progressivism".
@33, 35: Why I live on planet earth Tara, in the United States of America, where indeed the grievances of black people have not been given their fair share of attention.
I think Blip @34 breaks down the situation very nicely; I hope you read their comment.
No one is trying to scare you into silence.
It's just some one else's turn to speak.