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  1. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Rubes about 21 hours ago

    I thought he foalt better?

  2. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 2 days ago

    Here’s a link to [Sir] David Low’s original.

  3. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on FoxTrot Classics 2 days ago

    The color is there, but the crosshatching is still missing.

  4. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Rubes 3 days ago

    No, honey, your rump makes the dress look fat.

  5. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Michael Ramirez 5 days ago

    Your local results seem to cast doubt on the idea of electing judges.

  6. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Lisa Benson 5 days ago

    The war was fought from 1861-1865, specifically over the right to secede. ’Tis not surprising that the winning side could make such a judgement – after the fact.
    Lee, Davis, et. al. never ceased being US citizens far as the U.S. government was concerned.
    Can you provide cites for this assertion? The War of 1812 was fought partly over the rights of a person to relinquish his citizenship, and was further affirmed by the Bancroft Treaties in the years following the war.

  7. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Lisa Benson 6 days ago

    Well, if Fort Sumter was truly guilty of treason, then they should be fired upon!
    Sorry, couldn’t resist.
    If U.S. citizens had fired upon them, you’d have a point. But it was the Confederate forces, folks who’d effectively renounced their U.S. citizenship, who did so. It was an act of war, not of treason.

  8. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Lisa Benson 6 days ago

    @leftwingpatriot

    Betraying an oath does not equate to treason. And the Constitution (including Article 3) applies only to American citizens.

  9. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Tim Eagan 6 days ago

    Cars are mainly inspected because defects are far more likely to hurt others, not [just] the driver. If a shooter is concerned about the safety of his gun, he is free to have a gunsmith inspect it. Fact is, though, that most shooters (including myself) recognize that that just isn’t an issue. Would you support mandatory bicycle inspections? ‘Cuz a defective bike is also more likely to hurt the rider than someone else.
    Liability insurance would have essentially zero effect on having guns lost or stolen. They are expensive enough that most gun owners already keep tabs on them. And liability insurance means that you wouldn’t be financially liable for whatever happens.
    The overarching issue is not to reduce the number of guns, but to keep them out of the wrong hands. I do support comprehensive background checks, but – alas – I don’t have any brilliant suggestions on what else should be done.
    [BTW, the article you linked to is paywalled.]

  10. rpstrong GoComics Pro Member commented on Tim Eagan 6 days ago

    @Rad-ish
    The ATF is welcome to have computers to track stolen firearms. But what they want is a national database of legally owned guns.