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Scott Stantis

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  1. wmconelly

    wmconelly said, 1 day ago

    Excellent. Now please state – or Toon – the other options, Mr. Stantis.

  2. SKJAM!

    SKJAM! GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    Much like every other international treaty.

  3. SuperMax52

    SuperMax52 said, 1 day ago

    All traitors.

  4. Combatcarl

    Combatcarl said, 1 day ago

    All with hairy palms…must be Neanderthal Republicans.

  5. Bruce4671

    Bruce4671 said, 1 day ago


    That’s not hair…it’s dirt…from all the muck they sling

  6. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, 1 day ago

    Last I heard, children cross fingers either to wish or to lie, and it’s not clear to me which one is implied (or maybe some of both?).

    After all, unlike the Saudi Wahabbi Islam that is strictly peaceful, non-violent, vegan, and civilised, the Iranian religion is that of a bunch of nomads who only spread terrorism and who want to destroy everything that was not blessed by their so-called prophet, who has been condemned by the Wahabbis, who are the only True Muslims.

  7. Beau Nobo

    Beau Nobo said, 1 day ago

    Its the rest of the world hoping the republicans don’t blow things up again.

  8. Kaffekup

    Kaffekup said, 1 day ago

    @Beau Nobo

    Good luck to them with that wish.

  9. PainterArt

    PainterArt GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    How The Iran Vote Is Engineered To Pass by the Republican Congress.

    Corker has known for some time that the president and the United Nations were on their way to approving the Iran agreement. “Once the president has made a deal with all these other nations, endorsed by the U.N. Security Council,” said Ornstein, “if Congress votes to block it, it’s not going to look good for anybody — the country or them. So, you find a way to make it work.”

    They found a way within the arcane rules of congressional voting — borrowing an old mechanism used in civilian nuclear agreements.

    Here’s how it works. Instead of voting on whether to approve the Iran deal, Congress votes on whether to disapprove.

    If they disapprove, the president can veto their disapproval. And under the normal rules, it would take two-thirds of the House and the Senate to override the veto. That makes all the difference.

    “It is a mechanism by which lawmakers can deal with the contradictions that reality presents them. You can call it cynical, you can call it pragmatic, but it gets the job done,” Elving said, “both in the sense of keeping the government going forward and in the sense of solving the political problem of the individual lawmaker.”

    This happens more often than you might think. Consider a story we heard recently from Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, a Tea Party favorite and presidential candidate.
    He told us about a Senate Republican lunch in 2014 where party leaders planned to change the voting rules for an increase in the federal debt ceiling.

    “That Tuesday lunch began with our leadership saying, ’We’re asking every Republican senator here to affirmatively consent to lower the threshold to take up the debt ceiling, from 60 votes to 50 votes,’ " he said.

  10. The Wolf In Your Midst

    The Wolf In Your Midst said, 1 day ago


    " Now please state – or Toon – the other options, Mr. Stantis."

    “Drop bombs on them until they love us unconditionally.”

  11. DagNabbit

    DagNabbit said, about 23 hours ago


    It’s not a treaty.

  12. wbr

    wbr said, about 21 hours ago

    dear wolf the choices are not bombing or surrender // try increase in sanctions and prevent end runs

  13. Mogman12

    Mogman12 said, about 15 hours ago


    Democrats, actually.

  14. Zme

    Zme said, about 15 hours ago

    What is this 4-panel cartoon about? Who is caricatured?

    The comments seem to bear no relationship to this cartoon but do fit yesterdays (hands raised – fingers crossed).

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