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  1. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Matt Bors 17 days ago

    Aside from cakes… how about a Jewish catering company being asked to produce non-Kosher meats for a non-Jewish wedding. Would that be okay?

  2. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Matt Bors 17 days ago

    I think most conservatives do, indeed, recognize irony and sarcasm but that said recognition is lost on the masses who believe everything they read.

  3. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Stahler 17 days ago

    And that Love goes both ways. I ask you… who is shouting louder about the shortcomings of the other side. Intolerance is not a crime. Jesus loved in spite of our shortcomings. His “tolerance” only went so far as “go sin no more” and carried with it a dire warning… that many “of you here today, crying out Lord, Lord, will not see the kingdom of Heaven.” It is not ours to point out the speck in our neighbor’s eye, but to address the plank in our own. Yes… absolutely… love thy neighbor “as yourself” is the key, but it takes a long look in the mirror to determine how much we love ourselves and then the willingness to transfer that to our neighbors… warts and all.

  4. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Rob Rogers 17 days ago

    The problem with this idiocy, and reactions like it, is that the discriminatory acts that the left fear mongers to the public are already against the law. Civil law, in general, is not meant to prevent crimes that haven’t happened, but rather to provide a system of redress in the event of wrong doing. The Religious Freedom act simply provides some protection to private business owners to not be sued when they’re asked to provide a service for which they hold an objection, based on religion or otherwise. Intolerance is not a crime, but forcing a private business owner to provide services against their legitimate beliefs should be. Would it be acceptable to force a Jewish catering company to provide non-kosher meats for a non-Jewish wedding? This is yet another jab by the LGBT Lobby along with some foot stomping tantrums in order to get special treatment, once more. I cannot remember the last time I went into a business of my own free choice and was asked about my sexual preferences or my religious beliefs before I could be served.

  5. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Nick Anderson about 1 month ago

    The convenience of omission. The rest of the quotes… Panel 1: “Our enemy does not. Our enemy doesn’t follow the great traditions of Islam. They’ve hijacked a great religion.”; Panel 2: “…who absolutely hate what America stands for, and hate the freedom of the Czech Republic. And therefore, we must work together to defend ourselves.”; Panel 3: ""All Americans must recognize that the face of terror is not the true faith — face of Islam."

    The difference between the comments of the two Presidents is that one of them at least recognized that the terrorists are what they are… terrorists. Our current President just cannot seem to pull it together and even call a duck a duck. I think we ALL know that not every Muslim is a terrorist, but we’re also not dumb enough to believe that the terrorists that are acting against us DO follow what they believe is a true form of Islam.

  6. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Stahler 3 months ago

    Dear consumer… you don’t have to eat here.

  7. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Rob Rogers 3 months ago

    For a second, there, I thought he was going to take off that crazy elephant suit and reveal himself to be Harry Reid holding a sign that said… “No Amendments allowed from the other guys.” (Or just maybe it would have been a confession, encouraging folks to read about the “Service Members Home Ownership Tax Act of 2009” (H.R. 3590)" and discover the origin of deception. Nah… that would require exposing some truth).

  8. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Rob Rogers 3 months ago

    Got it right. Now try applying the same technique when portraying Christians and the Right Wing Nuts you like to bash. Try leaving a little room for the majority who get it.

  9. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on The Duplex 4 months ago

    Perfect.

  10. Ken M GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 4 months ago

    Nailed it with this one. Get rid of the lobbyists in DC and many of our problems with government will be solved. Many of the Founding Fathers warned about allowing elected officials to spend too much time in Washington, away from the watchful eyes of the constituents (where lobbyists can do as they please).