Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for December 13, 2009


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    ben_david  about 10 years ago

    Mark one up for Obviousman.

    Representative government. Hmmm. What a novel idea.

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    WoodEye  about 10 years ago

    Is his military brother Captain Obvious?

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    grapfhics  about 10 years ago

    We could always let George do it. Oh wait, didn’t just try that?

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    Angela B Deller Premium Member about 10 years ago

    I’ve been telling my husband this for years - Thanks Wiley!

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    ArtyG  about 10 years ago

    Go Carolina! We don’t suck too bad. Really.

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    GROG Premium Member about 10 years ago

    Though Wiley does these strips in advance, he must know when they’ll be shown. Carolina is playing at New England today. Or was that too obvious too everyone?

    I like Obvious Man.

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    ronaldmundy  about 10 years ago


    nice wheaten psa 11973

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    CarolinaGirl  about 10 years ago

    Carolina might even stand a chance today with Delhomme on the bench!!

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    wicky  about 10 years ago

    General screwup?

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    CogentModality  about 10 years ago

    Corporal punishment?

    Colonel (sic) of truth?

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    jaiel  about 10 years ago

    Thank you obvious Man Thank you!!

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    Dirty Dragon  about 10 years ago

    Remember, the third party he conjured up is called “Connecticut for Lieberman”, not “Lieberman for Connecticut”.

    Joe Lieberman may (ironically) be the most honest man in the US Senate.

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    alancreech  about 10 years ago

    Maybe it is time to start picking our representatives like we pick jurors…

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    Kosher71  about 10 years ago

    Money talks , BS walks …

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    Justice22  about 10 years ago

    Draggin’ Joe is obviously in the pockets of several special interests at the moment. Obvious man knows!

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    oddknock  about 10 years ago

    It’s far more important and affects your life much more to participate in local government than in the federal government.

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    Ronshua  about 10 years ago

    Just a wild guess , but I’d say nix on a Nobel or Pulitzer for this comic . Oh yeah , food taster maybe prudent . Good job , good luck !

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    celeconecca Premium Member about 10 years ago
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    Varnes  about 10 years ago

    Ji2m, term limits have the exact opposite effect than what they are intended for.. The office holder has no reason to do anything the voters want, in his last term. Heck he’s being thrown out of office anyway. And since he’s gonna need a job, he might as well suck up to the people who apy the lobbyists, deregulate their industry, give them sweetheart deals, you know, the very things term limits are supposed to limit! Then they will hire him when he gets dismissed from office. Not to mention it takes away the right Americans to vote for their candidate…In that sense it’s un-American

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    siddartha999  about 10 years ago

    I want an OM t-shirt !!!

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    thuckins  about 10 years ago

    Dracips was saying how term limits cause more corruption. I would say that dishonest people cause corruption. If someone can be bribed they will be bribed because they have not made the decision and habit of always being honest. This is especially needed in a politician to whom we the public have entrusted the sacred duty of representing our interests. So when that person decides that they are going to put their own interests first, we have a real problem. This is why de Toqueville predicted America would fail once it’s people lost their moral compass. In this time of relativism there is little hope for a reform or renewal of our body politic.

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    Joseph Krois  about 10 years ago

    Money talks, bulls@#t walks…What amazes is the small value these politicians place on their careers…To f#%k-up your political career at 70 or 80 for a few hundred thousand? Is there an honest man?

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    benbrilling  about 10 years ago

    Term limits is (obviously) not the solution. As long as people are aware of what their rep is doing, he/she would be re-elected if doing good and thrown out if doing bad, The problem is money. With enough money a bad politician can get re-elected by obscuring the truth. Lobbying needs to be extremely regulated or eliminated and donations of all forms limited drastically.

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    tonytiger29  about 10 years ago

    My favorite milatary leader is General Disregard.

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    kat827618  about 10 years ago

    Two thumbs up for Obvious Man !!!

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