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  1. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 2 days ago

    Too late. His father was freed from Gitmo and released to Pakistan where he got a good job as custodian at an elementary school. He was the guy who was burned alive and beheaded.

  2. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 3 days ago

    Of all the misconceptions on the left, the one that believes torture doesn’t provide reliable information is one of the most laughable. Torture has provided reliable information since time began. It is a sophisticated and matured area of study and a highly skilled career choice. Determining truth from falsehood is one of the most basic skills of a good torturer. One can argue morality in torture, and it makes for good argument, but one can’t argue that it doesn’t work.

  3. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 4 days ago

    Are you saying that tens of thousands of deaths in the Middle East are equivalent to tens of thousands of deaths of Americans? Are you an American or are you blogging from the Middle East? It is a military maxim. Fight your wars on someone else’s ground, not your own. Pretty basic.

  4. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 5 days ago

    Yes. The main difference between captured and interrogated terrorist leaders and drone killed terrorist leaders is actionable intelligence. Dead people can’t talk, no matter what methods you use to encourage them.

  5. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 7 days ago

    Of course ordinary (and extraordinary) people can post here. But, it seems odd to take exception to the basic function of the political cartoon. Debate the issue, not the artist.

  6. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 7 days ago

    Ramirez is an editorial cartoonist. He’s supposed to make opinionated statements through his art. It is HIS truth, honor and integrity that is reflected in what he draws – not yours. It’s OPINION!!!!!

  7. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 7 days ago

    Civilization creates a bubble of nice in a world of brute terror. When our government operates within the bubble, it must be nice. When it operates outside the bubble, it must be ruthless. Those who operate outside the bubble should not be judged by the same criteria as those who operate inside.

  8. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 7 days ago

    If the Republicans don’t use this wave to unshackle the economy of its maze of taxes and regulations so people can go back to full-time employment, they will lose the next election.

  9. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 9 days ago

    You guys are so weak. First I’m unhinged. Now I’m a caricature. Debate me, like Opednance. He and I disagree and he hasn’t called me a single name. I believe “cruel and unusual punishment” was intended to stop the ancient horror inflicted by professional torturers. You know what I’m talking about. I believe that good people can have different opinions about that. Why must you act so superior? If this country gets into a real life-and-death struggle where we could lose to an evil and deadly enemy, I hope pansies like you aren’t in charge. I have no confidence you’d man up to the challenge.

  10. John Locke commented on Ted Rall 9 days ago

    Anyone who wishes to force me to use particular light bulbs, flush toilets, cars, soft drinks, fast foods, appliances, grocery sacks, medical care, dating sex – on and on and on and on – is a fascist, in the truest sense of the word. If you doubt me, ask yourself what you wish to be done to those who refuse to follow the above fascist laws and regulations. Now, I’M calling names! Makes for a great debate, doesn’t it?