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Dana Summers

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  1. braindead08

    braindead08 GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    Willard’s ace in the hole is that when he releases his tax returns, it’ll show that he hasn’t cheated at all, and even if he has, a retroactive revision will cure all those clerical errors.

  2. Wraithkin

    Wraithkin said, about 4 years ago


    The problem with releasing any tax forms because of these allegations will only validate the allegations. That’s probably why no-one has come forward to deal with it. The rule of law states that the accuser must prove that the defendant is guilty. Why do the work for the accuser?

  3. indieme

    indieme GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    When you are dealing with a snake like Twit you have to get low.

  4. mikefive

    mikefive said, about 4 years ago

    The ’toon reminds me of many contributors in these forums.

  5. Ketira shena Pretarasedrin

    Ketira shena Pretarasedrin said, about 4 years ago


    I agree…… I may have to quit for a while to save my sanity.

  6. Murphy224

    Murphy224 said, about 4 years ago

    Shut up nerd! ………………… J/k

  7. furnituremaker

    furnituremaker said, about 4 years ago


  8. Wraithkin

    Wraithkin said, about 4 years ago

    I would disagree with you on the rule of law part. It its most basic sense, you are correct. If the PUBLIC asked for his tax returns, and left it at a request, then that’d be perfectly fine. But what Harry Reid did was to not ask, but allege that Romney not only paid no taxes in the last ten years, but also called him a felon or a liar. Both of the latter are considered slander (aka defamation of character), unless you have evidence to back it up. That’s where the rule of law is coming into play. He is defaming Romney to score political points, without any form of evidence to back it up.

    As to the “bully” aspect? If you set aside the fact that the vast majority of males at some point in their lives bullied another person, let’s look at how long ago this was. I’ve done things in my past that I’m not particularly proud of, but they are in my past. I also learned from them, recognized my errors, and changed who I was.

    He’s had … what, 30 years? You can’t tell me you are the same person you were 30 years ago. People do grow and change through events in their lives. You assume that he has remained the same individual he was 30 years ago. And I’m willing to bet dime to a dollar that you would be assuming wrongly.

  9. d_legendary1 Demands Dr.C's Release

    d_legendary1 Demands Dr.C's Release said, about 4 years ago


    If that’s the case then where’s the proof from the right that Obama is a muslim (ask Harlekinns about that claim), a socialist, and a taxocrat. A lot of claims, no poof.

    As olfart stated most bullies aren’t running for President of the United States but Mittens is. If anything Mittens hasn’t learned a thing since Bain Capital uses debt to “bully” weaker companies to pay for it (read leverage buyouts). As far as I’m concerned his past is still with him.

    As far as 30 years goes Robme had more than plenty of time to learn to bully people without the use of physical force (see previous point).

  10. indieme

    indieme GoComics PRO Member said, about 4 years ago

    I remember 250 indictment for Raygun’s appointments. Top that!

  11. lonecat

    lonecat said, about 4 years ago

    At least a chair has a leg to stand on.

  12. Wraithkin

    Wraithkin said, about 4 years ago

    @d_legendary1 Demands Dr.C's Release

    Muslim: Based off his book (that he wrote) where he said he will stand with his muslim brothers. Certainly makes you go “hmm…”
    Socialist: He believes in taking from those who achieve success and handing it to those who do not strive to achieve success (equality of outcome, not equality of opportunity). That’s the very design of socialism, where government owns all and everyone makes the same.
    Taxocrat: While I don’t agree with this word in its most basic concept, he believes that spending more money is the solution to ever-increasing debt, and then raise taxes on “the wealthy” as a form of “fairness” and a token effort to play to his base (democrats).

    There’s your proof.

    I guess the concept of capitalization and turning a profit is beyond your grasp. They would purchase failing businesses and turn them profitable. If they couldn’t turn them profitable, they would sell them or close them and sell the assets, and turn a profit for the capital corporation. That’s not bullying, that’s called free market enterprise. Bain is not unique in this regard, and without this capital corporation niche, a lot of failing businesses would just go bankrupt instead of returning to healthy operations. But never mind the positive effects of Bain and their ilk.

    olfart: It sounds like you had a few rough years. You sound like you’ve learned a lot. But you assume Romney has learned nothing in his years. Like Redman said, people mature over time, and learn from their mistakes without any need for punative impact.

    As for “a gang” and “weapon,” I think you are stretching reality a bit. He had some “friends” that took a pair of “scissors” to a kid’s hair. He didn’t stab the kid, he didn’t cut him up, he didn’t beat him repeatedly about the head and face region… nothing of the sort. He cut his hair. If scissors are considered a “weapon,” then every one of our children are guilty of carrying concealed weaponry in their backpacks during school.

    You, nor I, know who Romney is as a person in private. All we see is what the talking bobble-heads on TV present. You have some people who fawn over him, and you have some people like Harry Reid that spread slanderous statements about him. I’m quite certain that the true Romney rests somewhere in between. I’m not saying the guy is pristine; hell, none of us are. We all have skeletons in the closet. But just like I’m not the person I was 20 years ago (I’m 33, so can’t say 30), I’m very certain that Romney is not the same person he was back when he was young either. Holding him to that unrealistic standard is going to set him up for failure every time.

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