Ted Rall by Ted Rall

Ted Rall

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  1. manteo16nc

    manteo16nc said, about 22 hours ago

    Guess she WAS the government.

  2. braindead08

    braindead08 GoComics PRO Member said, about 21 hours ago

    I think the technical term is ‘He needed killin’.’

  3. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, about 18 hours ago

    I heard Mr Rall say on Russia Today: “Russia bad, US good.”

    We desperately need the US government to be omniscient and omnipotent, since they are the only totally good force that has ever existed, a force that has never acted for evil, only for good.

    We need them to see all, hear all, and know all, so they can stop the evil terrorists who try to overthrow the government on a Tuesday in November of every even-numbered year. We just hope they can stop those terrorists this coming November 4th and keep all our Great and Good legislators from being overthrown.

  4. emptc12

    emptc12 said, about 16 hours ago

    And his life insurance probably won’t pay.

  5. packratjohn

    packratjohn said, about 15 hours ago

    @Michael wme

    The enemy we know versus the enemy we don’t know.

  6. Ted Lind

    Ted Lind GoComics PRO Member said, about 15 hours ago

    Ted makes a good point. I really wonder what people who are so concerned about privacy are trying to hide. Most people have somewhat normal lives that are of little interest to anybody else. In any case, private industry is doing a much better job of spying on you. That is what they really should be worried about. There are no laws to constrain them.

  7. Ted Rall

    Ted Rall GoComics PRO Member said, about 14 hours ago

    @Ted Lind

    That wasn’t my point…quite the opposite, that anyone who doesn’t have anything to hide probably isn’t very interesting. Anyway, as Snowden said recently, the government doesn’t have the right to spy on you even if you are dull as dirt.

  8. opednance

    opednance said, about 14 hours ago

    @Ted Lind

    The FBI spied on MLK trying to find a scandal to blackmail or defame him.
    Some in the NSA were spying on their spouses or someone they were in a relationship with.
    Whistle-blowers, media members that actually do investigative journalism, etc. are all at risk when spying is rampant. The secrets don’t have to be illegal, just embarrassing.
    I agree that companies should be restricted about the information that they track, especially since far too many of them are willing to sell that info to the government.

  9. Clark  Kent

    Clark Kent said, about 13 hours ago

    I have nothing to hide but my life is nobody’s business.

  10. echoraven

    echoraven said, about 12 hours ago

    As someone who’s life is dull as dirt, I approve of this editorial cartoon!

  11. zekedog55

    zekedog55 GoComics PRO Member said, about 12 hours ago

    POP a cap—-

  12. logicalone

    logicalone said, about 11 hours ago

    @Ted Lind

    That is so un-American it shadows every post you make.

  13. Ken Warren

    Ken Warren said, about 11 hours ago

    1. Love the fact that Ted reads our comments.

    2. Considering all of the information the computer in my car is gathering and sending out, the fact that Amazon instantly knows what books/articles/equipment that I looked an sends me adds about their great prices, the cameras everywhere, probably more people watching us then there are of us.

    3. Those watching me must be bored – very, very bored.

  14. Ethaniel67

    Ethaniel67 said, about 10 hours ago

    I agree with the sentiment that there is overreach.
    To the people asking the government to protect you from the big bad companies, where exactly did they get the power to force you to use them (in order to get your personal information).
    You traded convenience for total privacy a long time ago, but YOU made that trade.

  15. Donald Williams

    Donald Williams said, about 7 hours ago

    @Ted Rall

    Anyway, as Snowden said recently, the government doesn’t have the right to spy on you even if you are dull as dirt.

    The next time I hear someone say, “If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear” (in defense of Constitutional violations), I’ll have to remember to respond, “Everyone has something to hide.”

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