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  1. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim Morin 9 days ago

    Let’s see. Has he gone after the Jews yet?

  2. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 14 days ago

    If we built a wall around Trump, I’ll bet we could get Mexico to pay for it.

  3. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Bennett 15 days ago

    You got that right, mate.

  4. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Joel Pett 18 days ago

    Please note that Joel’s “Ark” refers to the boat and not to Arkansas. We’ve got problems enough of our own.

  5. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Those who dislike Hillary base their dislike on what others have told them about her, much of which is untrue; those who dislike The Donald base their dislike on what he has told us about himself.

  6. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Bliss 2 months ago

    Over the top is a disaster if you have a cat. Or a toddler.

  7. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Joel Pett 3 months ago

    I cast my first ballot for John F. Kennedy in 1960. I vote every four years and have never voted for a perfect candidate—nor voted against one. What it has always comes down to is judging whether the country and world will probably do better under Candidate A or under Candidate B (or under Candidate C a couple of times). Making that choice and acting on it is called citizenship. Refusing to do so is called a temper tantrum.

  8. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim Morin 3 months ago

    Nailed it.

  9. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Signe Wilkinson 3 months ago

    Great cartoon. Go the the Judiciary Committee’s website and check what they say about SCOTUS nominations. It says the Committee “holding hearings”—not that they “may” hold hearings if they like the president. They are not doing their job as THEY describe it.

  10. Earl Babbie GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 3 months ago

    Actually, it was Robert Frost and the poem questioned whether fences were a good idea:

    “Before I built a wall I’d ask to know
    What I was walling in or walling out,
    And to whom I was like to give offense.”