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  1. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur about 14 hours ago

    I know. I know. I come off as an a$$-hole. I can’t help it. I spent a career teaching. All suggestions are made to be instructive. Learn from them without getting defensive.

  2. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur about 14 hours ago

    SizeofaPea, you’ve forgotten all your high school/college writing instruction. Brevity is the soul of wit. Truly, if you want to make your points, shorten it up. A well constructed sentence isn’t a half a thought, but a whole one. It is only a witty one-liner if that is what your well constructed sentence intends. Look up the word verbose. This is all well-intended and constructive criticism. You have important things to tell us. Learn to tell us well.

  3. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur about 15 hours ago

    Surely you can’t argue that there aren’t many, many government programs that have outlived their intended missions? Just today, USA Today has an article on how many official emergencies are still on the books. The 1979 Iranian Hostage Crisis is still giving the Government emergency powers!!!!!! As you say, there is the rub. How do we determine “infrastructure”? Is it a bridge? Is it teacher salaries? Is it bike paths? We must find a way to make these decisions before the government swallows us all.

  4. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur about 21 hours ago

    My reply is that if government wasn’t big enough to award grants for every Senator’s or Congressman’s personal whim, government wouldn’t do it. No fitness centers, bike paths, unnecessary weapons systems, barber shops, etc. Government would be limited to defense of the country, infrastructure, disaster relief, etc.

  5. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur about 21 hours ago

    OK. Say you want to raise taxes and increase spending and I want to lower taxes and decrease spending. What would be the compromise? Taxes and spending have done nothing but generally go up for the last 75 years. Time to compromise and have taxes and spending generally go down for the next 75. Exactly the same rationale can be made for government regulation. In one direction lays slavery. In the other, freedom.

  6. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur about 24 hours ago

    Atheists have as much faith as Christians. Or, put another way, Christians have as much science as atheists. “Let there be light. And, there was light.” Big BANG.

  7. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur about 24 hours ago

    No, conservatives don’t hate government. They hate BIG government. Anarchists hate government. Get your terms straight.

  8. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    Also, SizeofaPea, shorten it up. I, and many others, won’t take the time to read your lengthy and rambling screeds. Cut it in half, then cut it in half again. Boil it down to essences. You will reach more people.

  9. John Locke commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    This cartoon repeats a frequent misconception. Conservatives don’t hate government, they hate BIG government. Also, they believe governing should be a duty, not a career. As someone said above, do we really want to be governed by those who love controlling others?

  10. John Locke commented on Michael Ramirez 7 days ago

    Why do so many of you hate the rich rather than aspire to be rich? It’s anti-American.