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  1. John Beam commented on Rob Rogers 3 months ago

    First of all, Muslims are anyone who is a follower of a specific ideology (Islam), so while they ARE “created equal,” their inability to coexist with other people of differing cultures causes them to be toxic to people who are NOT Muslim. As such, people who wish to be free from such an enslaving ideology as Islam SHOULD wish to be apart from them. That said, if so-called Muslims wish to live peaceably in our society, and are not engaged in sedition towards the downfall of it, then they ought to be allowed to come.

    Secondly, if a Mexican (i.e. a citizen of Mexico) wishes to come here LEGALLY, then that’s fine with me. They can come here and work and do what they will LEGALLY. If they are here ILLEGALLY, then they aren’t welcome, the same as if an American citizen enters Mexico ILLEGALLY (where they’d get the full weight of the Mexican legal system). And, if they wish to BECOME an American citizen, then they can do so as our laws prescribe. And, I do not believe that Mr. Trump would have any disagreement with any of this.

    Regarding women, that’s just a stupid add-on that has no baring into anything regarding Trump. It’s just there to trigger mindless emotions.

    Regarding “the media,” it’s about as toxic as anything that is ripping our country apart at the seams, and anyone who says what is true about anything ought to be able to say it, without fear of retaliation from violent political agitators and “the media.” The only end-game for the progressive agenda is a non-existent “United” States, and everything being controlled by an all-powerful statist oligarchy.

  2. John Beam commented on Steve Benson 3 months ago

    More ammo for “Black Lies Matter.” It’s amazing how Benson was forced to step back a bit after Dallas’s outcome. They’re STILL calling for more dead cops, though. They were even celebrating IN Dallas after the shooting. I cannot think of anything more toxic in America today than BLM, and its support from “our” president.

  3. John Beam commented on Steve Benson 3 months ago

    This cartoon is so far off course that it simply expresses Benson’s idol worship of the irresponsible contrarian who wishes to destroy every decent institution which holds a stable nation together. That we are coming apart from the seams is proof of this. His disdain for law and order, the nuclear family, and anything that has to do with our American heritage ought to paint him universally as the most Anti-American president imaginable. That so many people see him otherwise only presents their own mindless partisanship, and common disdain for outcomes that do not end with chaos and tyranny.

  4. John Beam commented on Steve Benson 3 months ago

    The first man pictured is an honorable man, who deserves respect. The second one has NO regard for the other, and in fact sides with the people who’d just as soon put a bullet in his head than to give him the time of day. The first one knows what honor is, and lives it. The second one is a political panderer, who doesn’t do ANYTHING unless he thinks it will further his collectivist agenda.

  5. John Beam commented on Pat Oliphant 3 months ago

    Now…let’s see him draw Muhammad…

  6. John Beam commented on Robert Ariail over 1 year ago

    Oh YAY!!! This idiot cartoonist is equating hornets (insects) with people, and otherwise free people who “offend” them as idiots. It’s good to see how some people “think.”

    If Christians decided that people who worked on Sundays should be beaten-up, and announced to the world their new edict, would you decry this fanaticism, or would you bow in acceptance to it?

    DOING that which a religion tells us not to do (or visa versa) is what this country is all about. South Park TRIED to do this once, and Comedy Central were cowed into submission, because “offending” Muslims is dangerous, but making fun of Christians is perfectly fine—because when was the last time a Christian beheaded or blew-up somebody?

    Obviously, being ruled by fanatical religious nuts isn’t so much of a problem to some folks—even though they’ll turn them into stinging insects in order to form analogies to support their idiotic opinions.

  7. John Beam commented on Matt Davies over 1 year ago

    I THINK that it’s supposed to be a tuft of a beard at the end of his “chin.”

  8. John Beam commented on Matt Davies over 1 year ago

    It’s ALL about freedom, and a religion’s edicts against it. Do we proclaim our individual rights to be free people, or do we allow ourselves to be cowed by imams and fanatical terrorists?

  9. John Beam commented on Stuart Carlson over 1 year ago

    How is it “hate” to do something that a religion tells you not to do?

  10. John Beam commented on Stuart Carlson over 1 year ago

    Is drawing a cartoon doing any of this? Is not being cowed by a “religious” edict fomenting hate and violence?