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  1. jvo

    jvo said, 11 days ago

    He doesn’t need tying down, he’s already wrapped up in himself. However the driver should get a ticket for carrying an unstable load.

  2. mikefive

    mikefive said, 11 days ago

    What’s the deal here? I mean…c’mon – pickup truck with an American flag on the side? NRA hats? nefarious looking characters? guns and ammunition piled high? And yet nobody whining about evil stereotyping!

  3. ODon

    ODon said, 10 days ago

    @mikefive

    Were the cop car only labeled:
    Oregon State Police

  4. OldCoal

    OldCoal GoComics PRO Member said, 10 days ago

    @mikefive

    Ok Mike, be honest. How many people do you personally know, that have more than five guns (of any kind, including pistols) and over 50,000 rounds of ammunition?

    Myself, at least five. Probably closer to a dozen, given I purposely set the number at five. However, some of those probably aren’t stockpiling ammo.

    The most I or my father ever owned was about five, and that was temporary, due to an unexpected gift of a matched pair of small derringers. I don’t think both of us put together ever had more than 500 rounds, and that’s counting stuff in the back of a dresser drawer that we’d pretty much forgotten about.

  5. route66paul

    route66paul said, 10 days ago

    I am proud that I live in a country where citizens can own(and in some states) carry guns. This keeps us free and safe. If a goverment is scared of its’ citizens owning guns, it is a goverment that does NOT do the will of the people. Sadly, the US is getting closer to that type of goverment, which is why all the anti gun stuff. If we would teach all high schoolers the safe handling of guns, show them how to clean their kill(videos with real blood), most would be safe and it would take all the mystery out of it.
    I have noticed that every time a foreign student gets taken to the gun range, he/she goes nuts and points firearms at people like someone in the movies. This is much of the problem, people that want power over someone else buy a gun, but never learn the self control to be a good owner.

  6. Wabbit

    Wabbit GoComics PRO Member said, 10 days ago

    It is a matter of how much people trust the government to have the welfare of the people in mind.
    I would say that over half of all gun owners don’t trust the intentintions of the government.
    Back in the day people felt that our leader had our best interests at heart. It’s sad that things have changed so much.

  7. superposition

    superposition said, 10 days ago

    @route66paul

    This keeps us free and safe. If a goverment is scared of its’ citizens owning guns, it is a goverment that does NOT do the will of the people. "

    Our senate has not been doing the will of the people for decades. The Princeton study show that no matter which party is the majority, congress devotes 70% of their legislative interests to special interests.
    They do not seem to be afraid of our guns, and through gerrymandering, voting restrictions, and selecting extremist candidates to assure low turnouts have created a situation where the people do not have a real voice.
    How can we change this?

  8. lonecat

    lonecat said, 10 days ago

    @route66paul

    You say that owning guns keeps US citizens free and safe. Hm. I live in Canada, and last I knew, people here are free and safe. Safer than people in the US, anyway.

  9. nlkilpat

    nlkilpat GoComics PRO Member said, 10 days ago

    @route66paul

    Route66paul: I suppose that you may also be proud of living in the country that is the only world superpower, and that has, by far, the most powerful armed forces in the world. Our annual defense budget (that we know of) is now around $650B.
    With this overwhelming power under their control, do you really think that the US government has any chance of becoming “a government … scared of its citizens owning guns”?

  10. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, 10 days ago

    Old coal, among the number of gun folks, but shy on ammunition. O’Don must have gotten a “buckle up” ticket.


    Which as a gun owner, would never join the CURRENT NRA, much prefer being trained in safety and ethics of firearms, which includes NOT doing 90% of what I read about in their “Armed Citizen” columns, that would get cops arrested and/or fired for doing the same irresponsible things with guns.


    Always wearing a seatbelt is common sense, just like restraint on gun ownership to responsible behavior, for personal as well as public safety is. Saving lives is usually a good idea

  11. jeffrey cartwright

    jeffrey cartwright GoComics PRO Member said, 10 days ago

    Funny story….an Island Nation at the end of it’s rein of Super Power get attacked by a Fascist Nation. This once great power has disarmed its own population . And what do they do turn to America for Guns ,Knives , Binoculars because in their culture they have abandoned them . We sent them millions of weapons to ward off the invasion , operation Sea lion thank goodness the Soviets put up such a fight England never had to repel Nazi landing craft or Paratroopers. So today the mock us 75 years to some is forever to me it is a blink of the eye. Without our love affair with Guns the World would have a dozen less flags and Japan and Germany would be enormous Nation States. Oh Your Welcome BTW.

  12. kurtzwicky

    kurtzwicky said, 10 days ago

    @jeffrey cartwright

    I did not know that guns in every home were the reason we won WWII. Live and learn…..

  13. Uncle Joe

    Uncle Joe GoComics PRO Member said, 10 days ago

    @jeffrey cartwright

    The English won the Battle of Britain before we entered the war. As far as guns, Britain never had the gun culture we have here, but they produced millions of Lee Enfields & Stens for their soldiers. Our allies needed fuel & heavy equipment, not small arms.

    You want to pretend that having rifles in homes saved us from Germany & Japan, go ahead. It’s utter nonsense, though.

  14. daddyvortex

    daddyvortex said, 10 days ago

    How’d that work out for that Labour MP, Kev?

  15. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, 10 days ago

    Joe, I was also going to mention the Enfield, but what was intersting about D Day was all the inflatable tanks Ike put out to confuse the German intelligence! It’s a lot like folks who leave the alarm company stickers in the windows or signs up. Sometimes the ruse is enough to confuse, and protect!

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