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  1. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Jones about 11 hours ago

    Once the kids are born, the pro-lifers aren’t very pro-life.

  2. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Nick Anderson 2 days ago

    “Perhaps you should just learn to suck it up, or just don’t listen to it if it bothers you that much.”

    Haha, that’s funny! If someone says something vile & stupid where I hear about it, I’m going to point out that it was was vile & stupid. I

    I’m enjoying Trump the candidate far more than I ever cared for his previous endeavors. He’s staked out some ridiculous positions & leads in the GOP polls. A big chunk of the party agrees with vile & stupid.

    FWIW, I’ll enjoy watching Bernie make Hillary squirm on Free Trade & her vote for invading Iraq.

  3. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim Morin 2 days ago

    “Yet it was democratic presidents who got us into WWI and WWII. Wilson and Roosevelt.”

    What on earth does that have to do with Iran? I think if you ask around, almost every American will agree that we went to war for the right reasons in those cases. If you want to blame Democrats for a regrettable war, you always have Vietnam, but it’s not like the GOP was trying to stop that one. Sheesh!

  4. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Michael Ramirez 2 days ago

    “The Bush Recovery” ???
    What a rewrite of history.


    Maybe he meant Bush’s recovery from alcohol abuse.

  5. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Mike Luckovich 2 days ago

    What’s funny is that the people defending Voter ID as a legal & sensible solution to a non-existent problem are equally insistent that increasing gun background checks are an intrusion on their Second Amendment rights. It’s not ‘ha-ha funny’, though.

  6. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 2 days ago

    “As compared to Obozo who served, let’s see…18 months as a corrupt Illinois politco!”

    I know math is hard, but it was 8 years in the State Senate & 4 years as a U.S. Senator. Typical ignorance of someone who uses words like, “Obozo”.

  7. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 2 days ago

    “I’d rather have someone with leadership and management experience that doesn’t have an inflated opinion of his/her self be elected.”

    Let’s not kid ourselves: anyone running for President has a humongous ego. There’s one guy who Trumps the rest, lol.

    If you actually want to govern & achieve policy goals, you need someone who can work in that kind of system. I would love to see Trump, Carson or Fiorina try to figure out what to do once they realize they can’t just fire members of Congress or Supreme Court justices.

  8. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Steve Breen 2 days ago

    Not sure about the 2 mile thing, but it turns out there are people who hunt with civil war artillery pieces: http://www.buckstix.com/howitzer.htm

  9. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 2 days ago

    “Right now the doctor, the Trump and the HP exec are the best three from either side of the fence.”

    I’ve seen enough of the results of people with no elected experience being elected to executive office to conclude that it usually goes badly. See Governors Ventura & Schwarzenegger, Presidents Grant & Hoover…

  10. Uncle Joe GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 2 days ago

    “Lincoln was just president during the civil war.”

    Just? That’s funny! I guess you think holding the Union together & abolishing slavery were trivial things that any man holding the Office could have done.

    I found an interesting tidbit in Lincoln’s 1864 State of the Union address. Lincoln suggests that the Congress that failed to pass the 13th Amendment in the prior session reconsider their position in light of his winning re-election.

    “It is the voice of the people now for the first time heard upon the question. In a great national crisis like ours unanimity of action among those seeking a common end is very desirable—almost indispensable. And yet no approach to such unanimity is attainable unless some deference shall be paid to the will of the majority simply because it is the will of the majority.”

    Sounds a lot like, “Elections have consequences”, doesn’t it?