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  1. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Ben Sargent 4 days ago

    …or Mitt Romney, George w bush, Ron Reagan, Dick Cheney…all of whom did not serve or avoided combat duty in time of conflict through influence. The “Draft” ended in 1972 (Obama was 11 years old), so no avoidance of service. Your point ?

  2. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 4 days ago

    Think of “ABBA”, who did not even speak English.

  3. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Jerry Holbert 8 days ago

    Asymmetric conflicts are difficult. No uniformed enemy, but we dare not harm civilians who are difficult to surely ID and impossible to separate from enemy combatants who look and dress just like them and move freely among them. Recent diplomatic, humanitarian considerations are much more stringently applied than previously (WW I, WW II) when the “Enemy” was a unified nation in specific geographic areas, with uniformed troops…and we bombed the H out of their CIVILIAN members (Dresden & Hiroshima come to mind) and anybody else who ‘got in the way’ of combat. Our Military will, because of the situation, have to fight with one hand tied, and no strategic targets…not a good situation … not a ‘winnable’ contest…another drawn-out, generational quagmire…that should / could have been avoided by diplomacy rather than ‘shoot-from-the-hip’ imperiousness.

  4. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Ben Sargent 9 days ago

    What Rice did was – in NO WAY – Sexual. It was physical assault…a punch to the head that caused / resulted in loss of consciousness. Not excusing whatever others may have done, your accusations are in no way the equivalent of Rice’s act.

  5. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 19 days ago

    Your figures on jobs lost are suspect and unsupported – citation, please…According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 22.7 million jobs were added between January 1993 and January 2001. (See total nonfarm, seasonally adjusted — the standard measure of jobs.) BLS data show there was a net increase of nearly 1.1 million jobs — not a job loss — from January 2001 to January 2009. It’s true that roughly 8.75 million jobs were lost from January 2008 to February 2010. But about half of those losses occurred during Obama’s presidency. …http://www.factcheck.org/2011/08/reid-wrong-on-bushs-economic-record/

  6. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Signe Wilkinson 20 days ago

    Since the far-right’s mantra seems to be “Vote ’Em ALL OUT !”, then NO current TEA-Party supported candidate should be an Incumbent ?…a Professional Pol ?…or is this slogan just another example of “He/She’s MY Incumbent” hypocrisy … added to all the other examples in political palaver. I’m sure they’d ALL want their heart surgeries done by the surgeon least experienced in a critically complicated working environment – because he’s least likely to know how to cheat the system to get the maximum personal monetary return ? Fer Sure !!!

  7. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Bennett 22 days ago

    Bennett said nothing about “ownership”…you (willfully?) misunderstand / misrepresent. Ownership is, in this dialog, irrelevant.

  8. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Matt Wuerker 23 days ago

    Well after 9/11…about 2 years after (late 2003)…and claimed, himself, that it was “…out of respect for the troops”, already in Iraq.

  9. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Signe Wilkinson 23 days ago

    She did so well on her 1st “single shot”, that he “joyously” switched it to “Full Automatic”, and, standing in a position that placed him beside her – his head next to and in front of (down-range from) hers – instructed her to go ahead. The Uzi climbed, out of her control (improper/insufficient training !), up and to her left. The video (happily) was cut off before the 9mm bullets perforated his head/face, killing him. (yes, I saw the video.)

  10. Mr. Ngn33r GoComics Pro Member commented on Jerry Holbert 23 days ago

    …the public, who decry “Science” and the scientific method that requires proof by repeatable empirical experiment and public exposure to question (publishing the results) – with, “It can’t be true…That’s not what I was taught…That’s not what the Bible/Koran/Constitution says!”…and demanding equal standing for dogma, of any kind. So, Scientists are “culpable” for the greed/fame/power-drivin fraud of SOME members and SOME Executives/Owners of the media, and that SOME of the public were/are poorly versed in Science, and/or, have been innured to the evidence and the manner of its acquisition by (misguided) upbringing and personal beliefs…and it’s all science’s fault ? Sounds like a rather self-serving viewpoint to me.