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  1. thebird55 commented on Non Sequitur about 5 hours ago

    And, please, don’t anyone accuse me of defending Hillary Clinton. I do not think she’s a good choice to lead this country. She just happens to be the only other viable choice, over a man who should stick to real estate. Or sell used cars.

  2. thebird55 commented on Non Sequitur about 5 hours ago

    Criminal? Maybe, maybe not. But even if so, yes, I’d back a criminal before I’d back a megalomanic nutcase. The man speaks without thinking. Yes, that’s refreshing for a political candidate, but a dangerous trait for a sitting leader. I’ll take four more years of revolting “politics as usual” over that nitwit.

  3. thebird55 commented on Bloom County 2016 about 6 hours ago

    The Snorklewacker lives in an anxiety closet, and yet what he (she? it?) just viewed has given him the “thousand yard stare”.

  4. thebird55 commented on Non Sequitur about 6 hours ago

    Where’s the &@*% like button!?! This site needs a like button!

  5. thebird55 commented on Non Sequitur about 7 hours ago

    Before this descends into a “my candidate can beat up your candidate” debate, let me point out that the jab here has nothing to do with candidates. It is aimed at you, the American voter. But the problem here is that, before one can exercise free will, one must think for one’s self. If you didn’t originate the thought, it isn’t your will.

  6. thebird55 commented on The Barn about 7 hours ago

    I’ve always called that a calculated risk.

  7. thebird55 commented on Arlo and Janis about 7 hours ago

    Is that 2 or 3 points?

  8. thebird55 commented on Doonesbury 1 day ago

    Great answer.

  9. thebird55 commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago

    From the documentary “America’s Surveillance State”..“Since the historic events of 9/11 realigned the US approach to homeland security, a $60 billion a year industry has come to be. 70% of that, around $42 billion annually, goes to private contractors. That spells an awful lot of private, fiscally-driven interests in maintaining this costly approach to intelligence gathering and analysis, which in turn means there is $42 billion dollars of corporate motivation to be listening in on phone calls and reading emails regardless of whether there is any actual safety-oriented purpose for doing so.”

  10. thebird55 commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago