Chuck Asay by Chuck Asay

Chuck Asay

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  1. Chillbilly

    Chillbilly said, about 1 year ago

    “As you approach a town to attack it, first offer its people terms for peace. If they accept your terms and open the gates to you, then all the people inside will serve you in forced labor. But if they refuse to make peace and prepare to fight, you must attack the town. When the LORD your God hands it over to you, kill every man in the town. But you may keep for yourselves all the women, children, livestock, and other plunder. You may enjoy the spoils of your enemies that the LORD your God has given you.” – DEUT 20:10-14

  2. Clark  Kent

    Clark Kent said, about 1 year ago

    No. That’s the gop shredding the constitution.

  3. Darsan54

    Darsan54 GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    @Chillbilly

    Ummm, what are you saying here? That we should follow every instruction we find in the Bible? Or maybe destruction is the only answer?

  4. Darsan54

    Darsan54 GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    Interesting that Bush and Co.‘s shoving the Constitution into an industrial shredder doesn’t rate a peep from Chuckie but the stupid ruling of an activist judge is considered sacred because it’s against someone you don’t like.

  5. Zipi

    Zipi said, about 1 year ago

    Odrama has said it again and again that he doesn’t think the Constitution should be the reason he didn’t do whatever he wants.

  6. CasualBrowser

    CasualBrowser GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    @Zipi

    “Odrama has said it again and again that he doesn’t think the Constitution should be the reason he didn’t do whatever he wants.”
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    If it’s happened “again and again”, it should be easy for you to cite an example or two. Can you?

  7. Tax Man

    Tax Man said, about 1 year ago

    @Darsan54

    Can you point to anything that Bush and company did that was not constitutional?

    Hope and change is clearly outside of the constitution. But that is probably Bush’s fault.

  8. Tax Man

    Tax Man said, about 1 year ago

    @Mr. King

    No, you are wrong. Te difference is that while Bush made recess appointments, the Senate was actually in recess. But you get to use whatever definitions you like.

  9. Kylop

    Kylop said, about 1 year ago

    Chuck, we(at least the group I’m from) don’t think of Moses as the law giver -I’ll grant that “law deliverer” sounds odd. Moses didn’t part the sea either. In fact we go over that every sedar. As for your other panel Obama could come out and say “My fellow Americans ….2+2= 4” and you would call that divisive.

  10. Jim Guess

    Jim Guess said, about 1 year ago

    @Clark Kent

    Wow! You really ARE drinking Obama’s cool-aid!

  11. curtisls87

    curtisls87 said, about 1 year ago

    @Mr. King

    There are three judges in the Federal Court of Appeals that ruled against President Obama because, unlike previous presidential recess appointments, the Senate was not in recess. It was in a pro forma session. Only the Senate gets to decide when it is in session – not the President. Having said that, my hope is that this scenario forces Congress to do away with pro forma sessions, as they are used by both parties to subvert other processes.

  12. Quipss

    Quipss said, about 1 year ago

    @ansonia

    Patriot ACT, Homeland Security, Guantanimo Bay. Along these lines you have violated

    1. Freedom of speech
    4. Against unreasonable search and seizure
    6. Right to fair and speedy public trial
    8. Cruel and Unusual punishment

    Never mind that as congress did not declare the Iraq war, that the war itself was unconstitutional, and illegal under international courts.

  13. dtriedel

    dtriedel GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    And let’s not talk about Bush. . . .

  14. Rad-ish

    Rad-ish GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    President Reagan made 240 recess appointments. Most of them would be improper under this interpretation. How many of those appointments (especially judges) are still on the job. Can they be removed for improper appointment. Would every decision they made in the last 30 years be voided out?
    .
    Bush2 also made more than 100 recess appointments. How many of them are still on the job? Can they be removed? And replaced by an Obama appointee? (assuming the Senate bothers to confirm anyone in the next four years)
    .
    Its just the republicans trying to grind the wheels of government to a halt because Obama is president. They think if government gets bad enough people will vote republican. Hopefully these troublemakers will be voted out of the house in two years.

  15. Jimathai

    Jimathai GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    ASAY

    THE GREAT IDIOT

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