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  1. Kaffekup

    Kaffekup said, 7 days ago

    What a stupid, obnoxious trump to say. And then he doubled down on it.

  2. OldCoal

    OldCoal GoComics PRO Member said, 7 days ago

    Plays well to the base though. Exactly what they want to hear, they aren’t the Nazi’s, the people who want to avoid war are the Nazi’s.

  3. Beau Nobo

    Beau Nobo said, 7 days ago

    Huckabee should go back to hucking Popeye’s Chicken.

  4. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, 7 days ago

    Don’t normally repeat posts but:

    31 nations have “peaceful use” reactors, and you can add Israel which still refuse to divulge what they have on the Negev openly (“peaceful” AND hundreds of weapons), so why shouldn’t Iran generate electricity under inspection by the world community, which accepts this treaty (except US.right-wingers and Israeli right wingers) as a valid and viable way to reach for peace, not more wars?

    Huckablee the hypocrite doesn’t point out he expects ALL JEWS to either CONVERT TO JESUS or GO TO HELL at the “rapture” he believes in as a rather nut-case Baptist preacher. That issue, that those evangelicals ONLY SUPPORT JEWS until JESUS comes back to run those ovens, is the ulitmate hypocrisy, and Israel only counts so that “Armaggedon” wiill happen per their deranged prophecy from Revelations. That Huckabee and others have essentially called for all Muslims to go to the “ovens” of nuclear war, is just another step up their ladder to totally crazy, not “heaven”.

  5. BrassOrchid

    BrassOrchid GoComics PRO Member said, 7 days ago

    I enjoyed the use of sweeping generalizations in the second panel.

  6. braindead08

    braindead08 GoComics PRO Member said, 7 days ago

    sweeping generalizations. I like it.
    Well played.

  7. HabaneroBuck

    HabaneroBuck said, 7 days ago


    That’s all well and good, but Huckabee is obviously anti-Hitler in the scheme of things, and he is suggesting that appeasement with Iran is similar to previous appeasement of Hitler in Europe. I don’t find the statement particularly provocative, because the negotiations with Iran actually relate to the future well-being of the Jewish nation, and thus is not in accord with other outlandish Nazi comparisons proffered since WWII. I don’t necessarily agree with Huckabee, but the outcry against his statement is lacking in intellectual honesty.

  8. Tarredandfeathered

    Tarredandfeathered said, 7 days ago

    @Beau Nobo

    He may not be Able to go back after he complained about being Sexually Harassed at Popeye’s …
    Most corporations are pretty Leery about potential Lawsuits over such complaints.

  9. Tarredandfeathered

    Tarredandfeathered said, 7 days ago


    You need to add to that the fact that they also believe that the “Rapture” can’t Happen until the Middle East goes up in the Flames of War.
    A Nice Bloody War in the Middle East is exactly what these nuts WANT.
    It’s there way of telling Jesus that they are Tired of Waiting and He’d better get His Butt Back, Right NOW, Dammit.
    I’m still not to clear on how they plan to Enforce that decree, though …

  10. BrassOrchid

    BrassOrchid GoComics PRO Member said, 6 days ago


    “but Huckabee is obviously anti-Hitler in the scheme of things”
    He should make that his campaign theme. Add kittens and babies in the FOR column and just work those three points. No matter what anybody says, just bring it back to those three. Any opposition to Huxterly is then by somebody who is FOR Hitler and against babies and kittens.

  11. Cerabooge

    Cerabooge said, 6 days ago


    Well said, Goebbels.

  12. Alabama_Al

    Alabama_Al said, 4 days ago


    Yes, many learned a lot of lessons from the 1938 Munich accords – almost all of them wrong. The fact is, most people haven’t the slightest idea what transpired in Munich except that somehow (and yes, I know what happened) British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain “appeased” Führer of Germany Adolf Hitler. The word “appeasement” has, in many minds, come to be a synonym for “surrender” or “caving in”. But appeasement is often simply another term for the give and take of negotiation.
    To give an example, was it “appeasement” when in 1903, after a long series of negotiations between Great Britain and the United States, the British agreed to most of the American desires for how the coastal border between Alaska and British Columbia (then still a part of the British empire, not of Canada) was to be drawn? Many hard-liner Canadians saw it that way, since the agreement seeded almost half of what would be the potential Canadian Pacific coast to the U.S. But the U.S. did have a case for it’s boundary claims, and in the end Britain decided not to further risk damaging British-U.S. relations over this matter. Obviously, things were a lot different in Munich and with the Iran accords, but an agreement is not necessarily “appeasement” just because someone wants to be “tougher”.

  13. BrassOrchid

    BrassOrchid GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago


    “but an agreement is not necessarily “appeasement” just because someone wants to be “tougher”.”
    It’s just business, of course.
    But do you think it might be wise to exercise caution in choosing with whom you do business and the details of any deals you make?

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