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  1. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Bennett 10 days ago

    Actually I believe they are reacting to the part of the bill where discrimination against people because of their sexual orientation was made legal, and local municipalities are now prohibited from giving them protections. Want to not rent to a person because they’re gay? No problem! Want to fire an employee because they’re gay? No problem! The protections previously given to LGBT individuals via local laws are now null and void.

  2. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Jen Sorensen 27 days ago

    Sorensen misses the essential truth of the situation: letting someone speak is not the same as agreeing with them. Student protesters at colleges are demanding that speakers not be allowed to appear, which is unworthy of an American university. Adding in sexual assault to the mix is just crass.

    Acting as if every speaker one disagrees with is the moral equivalent of supporting genocide is intellectually dishonest.

  3. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Lisa Benson 27 days ago

    Ok, now THAT’S funny!

  4. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Dana Summers 27 days ago

    It’s interesting his pitch contains no actual policy changes, except, perhaps what his party is pushing in NC to gerrymander African Americans into a single district and get rid of early voting.

  5. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Drew Sheneman about 1 month ago

    Typical Rovian strategy. If your opponent is a war hero, brand him as a traitor. If your candidate tells the truth more than most politicians, brand her as a liar. http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2016/jun/29/fact-checking-2016-clinton-trump/

  6. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    Libya and Syria are in turmoil because of their own home-grown civil wars. The US has tried to help the sides that seem most likely to support democracy, but there’s little an outside country can do in the midst of civil war and its aftermath. The idea that anyone in the US is responsible for the situations in either country vastly overestimates the effect that outside countries could possibly have on the outcomes.

  7. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Dana Summers 2 months ago

    How in the world is that his conclusion? France has been rounding up everyone with terrorist ties, plus anyone who is even remotely suspected of having those inclinations.

  8. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Tim Eagan 3 months ago

    Are you referring to the time in 2007 when the Bush white house was using RNC email servers for official business and lost 5,000,000 emails when they were subpoenaed for an investigation?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bush_White_House_email_controversy

  9. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Glenn McCoy 3 months ago

    WTF?

  10. michael GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 5 months ago

    Yes, she didn’t vote against the Iraq invasion, but its unfair to lay the blame at her feet— the Bush administration created and twisted arms and pushed that agenda to the point there were very few opposed to it. If you’re apportioning blame 99% of it has to go to the Bush administration.