Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for November 13, 2011

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    minamahal  over 10 years ago


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    doc white  over 10 years ago

    Common ground?

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    Rodney99  over 10 years ago

    98% of all statistics are meaningless…

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    Basqueian  over 10 years ago

    How true it is, sigh

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    TURTLE  over 10 years ago

    Isn’t it ’money talks, BS walks? Did it to ourselves , electing the same scum bags over and over and over again.

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    Three Steps Over Japan  over 10 years ago

    Inertia-packed adventure indeed!I notice that Congress-man is also a follower of Danea-ism – “Thou shalt make room for donuts!”

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    pouncingtiger  over 10 years ago

    Did Garry Trudeau co-wrote this strip.

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    pouncingtiger  over 10 years ago

    Captain Obvious to today’s Doonesbury strip please.

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    Varnes  over 10 years ago

    Come on, Dog, only 2%? I’d say we do much better than that. The wit factor is at least 50% here. …

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    Proginoskes  over 10 years ago

    @ Rodney: 87% of all statistics are just made up on the spot.

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    Varnes  over 10 years ago

    Sure looks like Romney in panel five….Wiley, I have one complaint. I find it hard to believe he didn’t eat his olive. Who doesn’t eat the olive? I’d pay good money to eat an olive soaked in gin. Does he throw away the cherries in a Manhattan? Seriously, though, this is a great strip. Excellent….

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    roctor  over 10 years ago

    The job of the poltician between elections is to fund raise.With private donations down.Incumbent man has no other option.Hence his loyalty.

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    waynl  over 10 years ago

    A buck apiece for questions?!

    Oh dang…………here ya go…

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    bunclebill  over 10 years ago

    It’s funny ‘cause it’s true…..

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    Nebulous Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Political, yes.But carefully non-partisan.

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    tripwire45  over 10 years ago

    Yes, obvious but true.

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    Sandfan  over 10 years ago

    God told me to vote the Democratic ticket.

    Does this cover all the categories?

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    packrat2  over 10 years ago

    best cartoon ever…

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    mooreisoman  over 10 years ago

    Politicians and diapers have one thing in common. They both should be changed regularly, and for the same reason.

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    ImaginaryFriend  over 10 years ago

    So, if we all agree with the problem, then what is the solution? At least in this nation, you have the right to become rich.

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    fritzoid Premium Member over 10 years ago

    It seems Dogsniff failed to anticipate ONE category of comment…


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    hawgowar  over 10 years ago

    Let’s try this: Instead of electing the trolls, take money out of the system by selecting the house and the senate randomly from the list of registered voters in their districts/state for ONE term. One and done. Can’t be any worse than the system we have now.

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    tcolkett  over 10 years ago

    Only one post, so far, has actually stayed with the importance of this cartoons message. Our congress has been purchased, and is being run by corporate sociopaths whose only concern is amassing huge profits for themselves. This requires dismantling workers rights, polluting the air and water and food supplies, destroying the social safety net that would protect those destroyed by this system, taking apart the public school systems to insure that there is no educated electorate to see through the smokescreens, and getting rid of social security and medicare and on and on and on….until we finally wise up and TAKE THE MONEY OUT OF POLITICS. It really is the ONLY way to get our democracy back. Thanks Wiley. Great “toon”.

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    tigre1  over 10 years ago

    Madoff criminals disciplined…one leaves agency, others…still alive, still working, still…disciplined?

    Merely note addresses of offenders and their apologetics…pass on addresses of ‘K’ Street offices to guillotine crews.

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    EDinWAState  over 10 years ago

    Thus saith the Mughal Pub : " FE, FI, FO, FUM… first it was the Englishman… then it was the Middle Class Scum… soon it will be the sociopath with the bloated income…"

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    RoadRunner87123  over 10 years ago

    I think he means “President-man.”

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    GoodQuestion Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Who cares?!? Last week in Texas, we had to vote on ten ammendments to the state constitutional – nearly 5% of the population voted – that’s who cares!! The rest vote for Dancing with the Stars . . . . ☻

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    seaspraydc Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Yep… that’s Republican Con-gressman…. Hate the middle class….. love the rich.

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    dfitler  over 10 years ago

    You know, I really wish someone would help me understand: How is it that if some guy (whether I work for him or not) gets lots of money (whether through a job or through Wall Street), that somehow that makes me earn less? Does that mean if I get a pay raise, that somewhere, someone has to get a pay cut? When I started my own company and became successful, did someone else have to go out of business for that to happen? Coversely, if a middle-class worker quits or is fired, does that suddenly put a nice little pile of money into someone elses pocket? More than likely, it will cost the company MORE money to recruit, hire, train and advance a new employee, so I’m sorry – I just don’t buy it.

    This is the real joke of OWS: The banks are corporations, and corporations must make a profit for their shareholders (in many cases, those are middle-class folks with 401K’s or money socked away in funds that are made up of banking stocks). By beating up on the banks and corporations, we are ultimately committing suicide – these are the folks that HIRE us!

    The truth is that a CEO making a million bucks a year is either doing something right or, in a capitalist society, that company will suffer (and should!). Without question, punishment by the purchasing public is the absolute BEST motivator to any company. Part of the problem we have is not that companies make a profit, but that for many companies, the Government is the primary source of income, and the government doesn’t CARE if the company is well run, or if it produces a good product at a good price (i.e. – G.E.).

    The real truth here is that if you eliminate the ability of companies to make a profit and put them under government control, you also limit the possibility of failure. You haven’t improved the lot of anyone. More likely, you just lower everyone to the level of the lowest worker, not raise everyone to the level of the highest. The elites will just become MORE elite since we are rapidly via government regulation and control making it impossible for the average guy to BE wealthy.

    One last thought: Wouldn’t it be better if EVERYONE could succeed and become wealthy, instead of everyone wanting to DESTROY those who HAVE become wealthy? OWS is beating up on the wrong group of folks. I say Occupy Washington would make more sense – the Tea Party had it right.

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    jerrythemacguy  over 10 years ago

    The “K” in "K Street stands for Kryptonite.

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    Trksak  over 10 years ago

    Tom’s got it right. Take out the money and our congressmen and women may actually care about serving their country.

    Maybe, instead of choosing our elected representatives on TV, we might actually read about them to make an informed decision!

    I can only hope…

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    Dtroutma  over 10 years ago

    The “caped one” IS BI-POLAR! Inertia also quickly converts to mass (as in anchor) when trying to move anything forward.

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    Varnes  over 10 years ago

    Fritzoid, I think I agree….I don’t believe in term limits in any form. Elections are term limits enough. If people are happy with their congressman, nobody should be able to tell them they can’t vote for that person…..that would be un-American.. If you want the person out of office, vote him out! What’s so hard about that?Besides, that means in the last term, the politician wouldn’t have to care what the people think, because they are being thrown out of office anyway. Why not suck up to the lobbyists? Do what they want, and maybe they’ll give you a good job when your term ends….Term limits are un-American and are self defeating behavior

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    fritzoid Premium Member over 10 years ago

    The racist comment upon which my comment of 6 hours ago commented has been removed, so does that change my own comment from “Reply” to “Unintelligible”? If so, I’m lodging a formal protest.

    Dogsniff, as NebulousRikulau noted earlier, a distinction probably should be made between “Political (Partisan)” and “Political (Non-Partisan).” My sense is that the latter is running well ahead of the former at this point, and no doubt Wiley would approve…

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    psychlady  over 10 years ago

    It does sound like Gary Trudeau!

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    starbase502  over 10 years ago

    LOL Now that’s funny.

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    Harrison_Bergeron  over 10 years ago

    So, you want to eliminate freedom of speech. Fantastic.

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    Sandfan  over 10 years ago

    I request a review from the booth. I feel my reply was political, religious, sarcastic, and at least half humorous, so I should be $4.50 ahead.

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    Justice22  over 10 years ago

    Congressman will recover just in time to save himself from defeat. (at the polls)

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    dfowensby  over 10 years ago

    statics are data selectively arranged to support a particular POV or agenda, not necessarily relevant to fact nor reality

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    dfowensby  over 10 years ago

    said the libertarian whom nearly got lynched in the line on obama-vote day (election day would imply someone showed up to vote for mccain).

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    dfowensby  over 10 years ago

    i was white, 99% of the line was colored (’scuse me, of-color) and there was a tree handy…no sh*t.

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    fritzoid Premium Member over 10 years ago

    “*Fritzoid:* Good job on getting that comment erased.”

    It wasn’t my doing, but I’m not sorry it’s gone (except insofar as its removal made MY comment a Non Sequitur).

    (I expect that seamlessly (and shamelessly) working the title of the strip into the flow of conversation will incline the judge to look upon my request with favor.)

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    dfowensby  over 10 years ago

    …and not expecting the same result? try “GoComics! Faster, newer, better than you’ll be aMazed!” harr.

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    bluskies  over 10 years ago

    “Our leaders are the finest menAnd we elect them again and againAnd that’s what I learned in school today, That’s what I learned in school.” – Tom Paxton

    Very interesting concept there, Dogsniff. I’d ask if you are going to publish your totals, but that would be a question and I’m on social insecurity and can’t afford to waste a buck.

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    craigwestlake  over 10 years ago

    Wiley is as “on” as ever; his comics should be printed twice – once here and once on the editorials pages…

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    Alxeter8  over 10 years ago

    If his comics were printed in the editorial section then he and the newspaper would have to worry about libel.

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    gorbag  over 10 years ago

    Damn that pesky first amendment. OK, make me el presidente for life, and I’ll clean things up pronto!

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    gorbag  over 10 years ago

    The only way to get the money out of politics is to revoke the power to tax.

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    MelvinLott  over 10 years ago


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    dabugger  over 10 years ago

    so too true! need to send this message to every congress person and the white house too.

    Wiley topped himself this time…..but where is our little girls?

    looking forward to seeing Dieane and Kate….

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    Blossoming  over 10 years ago

    YES!! Go WILEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good job!

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