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Mike Luckovich


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  1. DaSharkie

    DaSharkie GoComics PRO Member said, 3 months ago

    @CCNJ's say the sky is falling

    And the drunk driving cemetery, and the overdose cemetery, etc..,

  2. Darsan54

    Darsan54 GoComics PRO Member said, 3 months ago

    No, those with their heads stuck (up somewhere) are conservative and usually lapdog Republiclans.

    I am unfortunately all too aware of the gun violence and its results.

  3. DaSharkie

    DaSharkie GoComics PRO Member said, 3 months ago

    If these people that are clamoring to take away or put in place “common sense” laws actually delved into the statistics that they use, about 30% of firearms deaths are suicides, another third are gangbangers killing each other, and the remaining third include self defense, murders, police involved shootings, and a variety of others.

    And none of the laws proposed really do anything different than the 20,000 other local, county, state, and federal laws on the books that are not enforced. How about we actually enforce those laws and THEN see what tweaking needs to be done? Nahhhhhh. We’ll just pass more laws that won’t get enforced, of more “feel good” laws a-la Connecticut, NY, and CO. Magazine restrictions? bayonet lugs?

    And we won’t even talk about the abysmal underfunding of the mental health system in this nation. You know, the 800 pound gorilla in the room when it comes to so many mass shootings – which (despite the MSMs reporting) are not happening with any more frequency or higher numbers of deaths.

  4. DaSharkie

    DaSharkie GoComics PRO Member said, 3 months ago

    @StL Cardinal Fan

    While I agree, the Republicans talk the talk, but don’t walk the walk. Really quite sad.

    When the Dems ran for Congress in 2006, they were decrying Republicans spending like drunken sailors as Nancy Pelosi put it. They won the election, and spent just as much or more. Four years later they lost.

    You cannot expect to live without consequences when you borrow 40% of every annual budget. Nevermind our unfunded liabilities, the impending collapse of Social Security.

    Gutting $500,000,000 from the federal budget would not really be that difficult.

  5. Harleyquinn

    Harleyquinn GoComics PRO Member said, 3 months ago

    My gun must be broken. I loaded it up and it just sat there. It never tried to kill no one…

  6. Troy Young

    Troy Young said, 3 months ago


    Now, now…. you’re making entirely TOO much sense. You just made a LOT of heads explode with your logic, I think.

    It’s funny how anti-gunners like to say that pro-gunners keep rehashing the same, old talking points about existing laws not being enforced. The thing is, those talking points are completely valid. Just because it’s a new day, month, or year doesn’t make the facts any less factual. The laws that are in place NEED TO BE ENFORCED. No new laws are required.

  7. Troy Young

    Troy Young said, 3 months ago


    Funny how mine don’t do that, either. They just stay where I put them, waiting for ME to put the sights on target and pull the trigger. I don’t understand it.

  8. motivemagus

    motivemagus said, 3 months ago


    Well, first of all, I agree that better enforcement would be good. I also agree that better mental health systems would be good. Blame Reagan and the GOP, who cut the bejeezus of that, so you can’t claim a win on that one.
    And actually, since there are many sensible laws enacted in nearly every other freaking country in the world, a little compare-and-contrast comes in handy here, too. We have a ludicrously high handgun death rate. There are reasons.

  9. Nantucket19

    Nantucket19 said, 3 months ago

    @CCNJ's say the sky is falling

    Other than killing, what do guns do? Knives, cars and materials that are used as poisons have MANY uses.

  10. Nantucket19

    Nantucket19 said, 3 months ago


    In 2006 Congress decided that the director of ATF had to be confirmed by Congress. They wouldn’t confirm a director until 2013. Maybe having someone firmly in charge could help enforce those laws.

  11. Stipple

    Stipple said, 3 months ago

    I regularly used a .22 to remove the steel cap off speaker ring magnets.
    This has five times the success rate over trying to pry the caps off, with a slow pull the epoxy would fracture the magnet, whereas the sharp bullet shock would pop it off clean.
    I am sure there are other uses as well.
    But yes, poking holes in objects is the main use.

  12. furnituremaker

    furnituremaker said, 3 months ago

    me and my team members used to sit at the table on our barge on the Mekong River and talk about how many things we could use on the table to kill, injure or maim…all of them had other uses also…our firearms, not so much.

  13. jonpeterson001

    jonpeterson001 said, 3 months ago


    I cannot stand the arugment “my gun doesn’t hurt people, PEOPLE hurt people.” Of freaking course! But your gun does make it a HELL of a lot easier to hurt MORE people, hurt them BADLY, and do it QUICKLY.

  14. Larry

    Larry said, 3 months ago

    In reading the above comments, one gets the impression that law enforcement is to blame for our many shooting deaths.
    What must be done to get better law enforcement? Eh?

  15. denis1112

    denis1112 said, 3 months ago


    I’m guessing you have never been stabbed? or clubbed ?Like I have .It happened pretty quick and did not appear to be very hard for the future Obama supporters to do.It also required surgeries for the stab wounds and the blow to the face with the pipe.

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