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  1. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Rob Rogers 5 months ago

    I support the 2nd Amendment. However, I don’t believe anyone outside of military & law enforcement should have fully automated high round rifles. Extremists say if we start banning these types of weapons it’s a slippery slope towards total gun bans. But I say allowing these weapons is a slippery slope in the other direction, allowing anyone to have rocket launchers, flame throwers, guided missles, etc. Gun ownership comes with responsibility — which I believe most gun owners have — but there are too many who won’t be reasonable. That is why “well-regulated” is also in the 2nd Amendment.

  2. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Rob Rogers about 1 year ago

    Bush Sr sent troops to Kuwait because of a treaty we had with the country to help protect them. Iraq invaded so we helped as promised. We did not need to invade Iraq because the Iraqis withdrew from Kuwait. A few years later when the Iraqi Army lined up at the border to invade Kuwait again, Clinton lined up some tanks and aircraft in Kuwait and made sure they understood that the US would protect Kuwait again, if needed. Again, Iraq backed down. Iraq backed down on WMD and nuclear program. They backed down every time there was a show of force. Iraq did not committ 9/11. Yes, they may have agreed, but so did other Arab nations and we didn’t invade anyone else. All the soldiers sent into Iraq could have gone to Afghanistan instead, after all they were the ones who carried out 9/11 attacks. And we could have caught Bin Laden years sooner. But Bush Jr had a point to prove. He was asked in a press conference just before the invasion if his actions were due to a personal issue with Saddam and Bush Jr said yes it’s personal when someone threatens to kill your daddy.

  3. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Rob Rogers about 1 year ago

    @disgustedtaxpayer – It is also very likely the planes would have still crashed due to explosive decompression when a gun went off and shot out a window. This could easily happen in a struggle or just bad aim.

  4. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Rob Rogers about 1 year ago

    @HOWGOZIT – I think smaller airports will have fewer delays because their security check-ins are not as long as major airports. Think what will happen in 10 lines are dropped to 8 at Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, LA, NY.

  5. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Mike Thompson about 1 year ago

    As a Federal employee and single mother, I want all members of Congress to take a 20% pay cut right along with me.

  6. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Henry Payne about 1 year ago

    We had numerous and reliable intelligence reports at the time saying there were no WMDs in Iraq. They either weren’t given to the President or he chose to ignore them. Either way, the Bush Administration started that war for other reasons. We should have had the troops that were sent to Iraq push through Afghanistan to get Bin Laden years before it actually happened. Then we would have been out of the area for a while now.

  7. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Chip Bok about 1 year ago

    We have not had a full budget signed into law since Fiscal Year 1997 (Oct 1996-Sep 1997). We have operated on continuing resolutions and specific spending bills for over 15 years. So this is nothing new. The biggest problem with our Federal budget proces is the President doesn’t have the line-item veto. Then pork can be cut out. But Congress doesn’t want that because that is how they get reelected. If the President could veto single budget lines, Congress could still override with a 2/3 majority vote — just like any other veto. This is the way most states do it. Time to amend the constitution and allow line-item veto on budget bills.

  8. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom Toles over 1 year ago

    Unfortunately the government is in it because of legal (civil) reasons. EVERYONE who has registered their marriage with the local government has a CIVIL union. Doesn’t matter if blessed by a church or not. The government shouldn’t say what any church recognizes or blesses. But they can say how laws apply to those who register their union with the government. Some religions (Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox, Orthodox Jew, Islam, etc) don’t recognize marriages not performed or blessed by one of their officiants. But none of them will perform or bless a marriage for anyone who is still legally married – even if not recognized by their religion. So even they acknowledge there is a difference between religious and civil designations. I doubt any religion would perform, recognize or bless a marriage between a man and a woman if one of them is still legally married to someone of the same sex in another state or country.

  9. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup almost 2 years ago

    I took typing in high school so I could type my college papers. Made a lot of money typing other student’s papers too. Then when computers started appearing on everyone’s desk, I was ahead of the game. Just had to learn the programs, not where all the keys were.

  10. lamberts93 GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts about 2 years ago

    I know students who parents equate a C with failing, a B with average and expect only A’s. And these parents are pressuring the kids and the teachers both. Look at high schools now and how many graduates have 4.0 average for all 4 years — it is sometimes 20-30 kids in a graduating class of 200-300. That tells me the kids are not earning their A’s the same way we did 30+ years ago. We only had one 4.0 student out of 270 graduating. There were only 9 of us with just 1 B. One of my daughter’s high school teachers returns the work to the kids repeatedly for corrections until they get them all correct. That’s fine to get them to correct their mistakes and learn from them, but she gives them all 100%. That’s not fair to the kids who did well the first time. Back when this strip was done, an A really meant superior work, 90% or better. A C was truly average at 70-80%.