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  1. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Gary Markstein 21 days ago

    How is it a lie? The governor was asked 5 times and refused to answer, because he was embarrassed to admit the law was designed to make it legal to discriminate against gays, Muslims, blacks, etc.

  2. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Danziger 22 days ago

    The reason is discrimination is un-American, and too many Americans were beaten and killed to banish Jim Crow forever. Do you even remember what it was like when “colored people” weren’t allowed in restaurants and hotels? Is that the American you want to live in? Basic human and American values say that “all men are created equal” and thus must be served by businesses. Business owners are entitled to hate whom they want, that is their right, but not take away the basic human dignity of other citizens.

  3. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Steve Benson 22 days ago

    What’s made up about the cartoon? The act says businesses can refuse service to anyone for religious regions, and there are christians who are against mixed race couples, Jews, etc. How is refusing to service a black man different from refusing to serve a gay man?

  4. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Scott Stantis 24 days ago

    The Governor of Indiana was asked five times whether the law cold be used by individuals to discriminate against gays and he refused to answer. The reason: the answer is yes and he didn’t want to admit it.

    The laws signed by Clinton are for protected groups, i.e. bending transportation laws for Amish carriages, etc.

  5. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Dana Summers 24 days ago

    Liberal nuns are being taken for a bus ride to Indiana? I don’t get it.

  6. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Lalo Alcaraz 24 days ago

    And there was a planation in the south where the darkies loved being slaves and stayed after being freed, and sang negro spirituals every Christmas.

  7. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Glenn McCoy about 1 month ago

    The difference is executive orders are constitutional; the most recent Bush issued 4 times as many as Obama. On the other hand according to the constitution the power to negotiate treaties lies soley with the executive branch.

  8. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Glenn McCoy about 1 month ago

    What the hell? Why in the world would President Obama want to see more protests, especially after the police shootings this week.

  9. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Dana Summers about 1 month ago

    Its hilarious that the most hated corporations on earth have hired the best consultants and lobbyist to reframe screwing consumers and blocking competition as “freedom”.

  10. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Chan Lowe about 1 month ago

    No new laws were passed, broadband is being reclassified to be covered by an existing law, the Communications Act of 1934 which is available online:

    http://www.legisworks.org/congress/73/publaw-416.pdf

    Here’s the official ruling that broadband will be regulated under Title II of that act.

    http://www.fcc.gov/document/fcc-adopts-strong-sustainable-rules-protect-open-internet