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  1. Col Mosby commented on Jen Sorensen about 1 month ago

    So you’re not too worried about Iran getting a nuclear weapon?

  2. Col Mosby commented on Glenn McCoy about 1 month ago

    I’m sure there’s nothing to worry about. Remember, Bush said – “I looked the man in the eye. I found him to be very straight forward and trustworthy and we had a very good dialogue. I was able to get a sense of his soul.” So he must be okay.

  3. Col Mosby commented on Ben Sargent 7 months ago

    Clearly we’re in the End Times…

  4. Col Mosby commented on Clay Bennett 8 months ago


    “… vowed if Assad crossed it Military Action would be used …”

    Really? Can you link it? The president mentions a red line in this reference (about 1:42 in), but says nothing about vowing to use military action.


  5. Col Mosby commented on Stuart Carlson 8 months ago

    Obama doesn’t want to go to war. If he did, he would never ask Congress. He knows they won’t authorize it. So now, the Republicans will vote against it (even though they and their military/industrial owners want it). They think it will make the president look bad, even though it’s exactly what he wants.

  6. Col Mosby commented on Tom Toles 10 months ago

    No, he and his family have received many other gifts (and given quid pro quo). He’s above the law, apparently.


  7. Col Mosby commented on Tony Auth about 1 year ago

    Shouldn’t the elephant be reaching for a bottle of water?

  8. Col Mosby commented on Tom Toles about 1 year ago

    It’s despicable. I’m from VA.. I hope this backfires and they lose their seats…

  9. Col Mosby commented on Ben Sargent over 1 year ago

    A good comic. It’s all about the money. Arms dealers pay the NRA, which pays congress, which passes laws (or fails to pass laws) to help the arms dealers make more money… at the cost of 10,000 lives a year.

  10. Col Mosby commented on Tom Toles over 1 year ago

    I’ll go next…
    This country has a huge income. It’s not a revenue problem (mostly — though of course the rich should pay more, and of course Romney’s 14% tax rate was ridiculous). But it’s also not a spending problem, for the most part. It’s about priorities.
    Even though health care costs are too high, we have enough money to provide BASIC health care for everyone. We don’t have enough money to keep everyone alive forever.
    Even though I work for defense contractor, I think we should cut defense spending. There are better ways to do that than the current fiscal cliff, but even that would be better than not doing it.
    I’ll even support some entitlement reform. Means test it; if you don’t need it, you don’t need to get it. (And yes, that means I would get less or none.. I’m probably in the top 5% as incomes go.)