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  1. midas welby commented on Non Sequitur 11 days ago

    @Wiley, I suspect that you have read Heinlein’s “Job”! FWIW, I prefer St. Bert to Loki :-).

  2. midas welby commented on Non Sequitur 6 months ago

    If Wall Eye is sitting in a tavern isn’t he a fish out of water?

  3. midas welby commented on Tom Toles 6 months ago

    I think what you have posted is the best one I have read in a long time. Not a diatribe AGAINST ideas/ideology. Rather, a plea FOR building upon ideas/ideology the FF were willing to die for. We simply must make changes, or we will “perish from the earth”.

  4. midas welby commented on Tom Toles 6 months ago

    @mephisto, “But when it doesn’t sound like the words you want to hear and you drown it out with finger pointing I guess to you it sounds like whining”. Interesting how easy that was, isn’t it? Solutions in your world solve nothing at all in the world of many others. There just isn’t middle ground any more. Sad!

  5. midas welby commented on Tom Toles 6 months ago

    So, using your definition of winners and losers, OUR country is full of losers. Incidentally, you have created an entertaining paradox for yourself. Your whining about how unfair you are being treated puts you squarely in the loser category. I respectfully await your solution to that conundrum. And no, I’m not a liberal.

  6. midas welby commented on Tom Toles 6 months ago

    WE are the problem! US. ALL of us! WE, collectively, have lost the ability to discuss rationally what works best for ALL of us. This may indeed be looked back upon as a watershed moment in American politics. Many have hoped for an end to the two party system that has inexorably created a stranglehold in Washington DC; that time seems to be upon us. Three parties are now staring each other down in a childish, and selfish, “show of force”. The NATION will suffer in many ways, the duly elected “representatives” will lose nothing either way. WE have allowed this to happen by voting the way WE do, listening to the mistruths and blatant lies of men and women who place personal power and financial gain above the well being of their COUNTRY. I am quite aware that my perspective isn’t going to change a thing, so go ahead and disparage to your heart’s content. The louder you bleat, the better you prove my premise!

  7. midas welby commented on Tom Toles 7 months ago

    Reading your comments is becoming even more entertaining than reading the comics MS58. Brain fade seems to be setting in a bit, but maybe you really meant repressive instead of retentive. And no, I’m not a liberal democrat.

  8. midas welby commented on Tom Toles 7 months ago

    There is nothing common about sense. Biggest oxymoron of all time. Common enemy isn’t far behind. Maybe using something other than the tired old buzzwords to express yourself would help you advance your cause. And no, I’m not a liberal.

  9. midas welby commented on Tom Toles 7 months ago

    @PAJ, wrong on the newbie, been here for several years now. Long enough anyway to witness the name changes that a couple contributors have gone through, Ima for example. Even had someone using a name very similar to mine post things I never would have. It is easy for all of us to jump to conclusions, thus the great need for intelligent and insightful communication rather than inciteful declarations of “fact”.

  10. midas welby commented on Tom Toles 7 months ago

    @PAJ, “most” liberals “always” equate conservative opinions like yours with hate and fear primarily because of the hateful and fearful way in which you folks express them. Not much give and take any more in the world of political discourse. Sad. BTW, everyone who disagrees with you isn’t your liberal enemy, many moderates out here too. Come join us in the middle, you might be surprised how many worthwhile ideas and dreams live here. That is what used to make America strong.