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  1. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 days ago

    I’d rather read about this than about the six degrees of suppuration.

  2. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on The Creeps 11 days ago

    And if the new grant to support wheelchairs for bugs comes through, what then? Alone, once more!

  3. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Rip Haywire 13 days ago

    “Pinkeye”? I thought he had great big forearms with anchor tattoos, and was a good guy. The Sea Hag might be more of a problem, as pirates go.

  4. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom Toles 13 days ago

    Sometimes when districts are gerrymandered to the point where they allow minority representation, it’s to remove the influence of those minorities in surrounding districts, thus making sure the elected representatives can be outvoted in the legislature. It doesn’t help much to get a minority member into the legislature if he/she’s the only member voting in favor of rights for the less privileged.

  5. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 14 days ago

    In a column to the right of these comments I see an ad that says, “Hire Stephan to Speak at Your Next Event!” Think carefully, my friend, think carefully.

  6. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Bennett 15 days ago

    Here, mousie-mousie-mousie!

  7. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Perry Bible Fellowship 16 days ago

    Panels 2 and 3 seem to be in reverse sequence. I’d expect young Bearsy to react with perturbation AFTER he’s told his limits,not before.

  8. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Random Acts of Nancy 23 days ago

    Must be a Canadian dollar.

  9. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 25 days ago

    I fear Bucky has come down with the Baboonic Plague.

  10. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Nick Anderson 25 days ago

    Automatically booting politicians after a given amount of time simply opens the door to the next one. If a good politician is booted and the replacement is corrupt, what have you fixed? If the majority of politicians out there is corrupt, term limits will probably result in replacing that majority with a new majority of corrupt politicians, with the constituencies represented by these corrupt types rearranged over the breadth of the land.
    In effect, term limits simply deny the electorate the right to choose their own representatives. Theoretically, that’s a bad, undemocratic notion. Practically, given a world in which voters tend to regard every other district’s officeholders as awful and their own as marvelous, it might be the best way forward.
    Have I just contradicted myself? Given our successes as voters, does it matter much which road we take?