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  1. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 3 days ago

    Why can’t we just be the honorable opposition? Why must you make us evil? How about if I call you collectivist, socialist, Communist, fascist, baby killing, buggering, minions of Lucifer. Have we talked to each other? Have we reasoned together? I made a serious proposal and you get all irrational and nasty.

  2. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 3 days ago

    Don’t citizens have some responsibility to inform themselves? Blaming poor communication for poor citizenship is merely blame shifting.

  3. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 3 days ago

    I’ve an idea, Ted. If blacks vote 93 percent democrat and it gets them nothing, maybe they should try voting republican. Doing the same thing over and over and expecting something different is not smart (or sane).

  4. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 7 days ago

    I love it when liberal groupthink exposes itself for its logical absurdities.

  5. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 7 days ago

    The perfect political cartoon!

  6. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 9 days ago

    You think this calls for swearing out an arrest warrant? You think this is a matter for the police? You are sleeping in a world on fire.

  7. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 9 days ago

    You think this calls for swearing out an arrest warrant? You think this is a matter for the police? You are sleeping in a world on fire.

  8. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 12 days ago

    Kill ratios are a bazaar method for measuring just war. Who invented such claptrap? Kill ratios for Americans versus Japanese or Germans during WWII were certainly one-sided. Anyone grousing about that?

  9. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 14 days ago

    Ever wonder why we never see film footage of people jumping from the twin towers? Can’t have to common folk too upset.

  10. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 21 days ago

    I guess you have a different definition of murder than I do. “Murder is the unlawful killing of another human being without justification or excuse”. Capital Punishment is justice, not murder.