Enjoy GoComics?

A Recent Favorite:

Uh Oh, Nothing Here Yet

Why don't you go browse some Comics or Editorials and pick a few to favorite?

Recent Comments

  1. lotso Luck GoComics Pro Member commented on Dana Summers about 3 years ago

    Summers is a damn fool, always has been. Drinks the FAUX News koolaid and parrots the party line.

  2. lotso Luck GoComics Pro Member commented on Dana Summers over 5 years ago

    When bush dit it, you loved it cause he SPENT SPENT SPENT to enrich fat cats like military contractors, big wall street crooks and OIL companies. You don’t like it now , because spending might benefit real american citizens who if they get jobs might ACTUALLY PAY their taxes. Hypocrite!!

  3. lotso Luck GoComics Pro Member commented on Liberty Meadows almost 6 years ago

    Absolutely fed up with this string, not funny, not amusing not worth looking at… goodbye

  4. lotso Luck GoComics Pro Member commented on Mike Thompson almost 6 years ago

    Not so true – The republicruds and democraps here sell out at every opportunity. look around - - Got any box stores paying lower tax rates than local businesses?? The only real difference is that it takes less money to buy a local politician.

  5. lotso Luck GoComics Pro Member commented on Chuck Asay about 6 years ago

    More bleeep from a right wing idiot. 30 years of this junk and we are worse off than ever! Corporate governement steals from us all.

  6. lotso Luck GoComics Pro Member commented on Drew Sheneman about 8 years ago

    McCain reneged on HIS promise too! Why is that NOT a big deal or are you just ignorant of it!? He used his promise to participate in public funding as collateral for a loan and then “Changed his mind” (FLIP-FLOP). According to the Washington Post In a February 19 letter, Federal Election Commission (FEC) chairman David Mason took the position that McCain cannot legally opt out of public financing for the primary season without FEC approval and, in the same letter, asked the McCain campaign to expand upon its assertion that it had not “pledged the certification of Matching Payment funds as security for private financing,” citing provisions of the loan agreement, the associated security agreement, and a modification to those agreements. In the letter, Mason cited a prior FEC advisory opinion stating that a candidate is allowed to withdraw from the matching funds program so long as “the candidate … had not pledged the certification of Matching Payment Program funds ‘as security for private financing.’ ” If McCain is not allowed to withdraw from the public financing system and if he is found to have knowingly raised and spent money beyond the public financing limits, his actions “could put McCain at risk of stiff fines and up to five years in prison,”

  7. lotso Luck GoComics Pro Member commented on Dana Summers about 8 years ago

    Guess Dana thins that United Health Care’s 1.5 BILLION fdollar severance pay was Okay. Private insurance has made HUGE profits and screwed us for too long.