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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for September 13, 2013

  1. Coolturtle
    suevanv Premium Member about 8 years ago

    I reject your reality and substitute my own

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    Linguist  about 8 years ago

    I’ve got my mind made up. Don’t confuse me with the true facts !

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    Dtroutma  about 8 years ago

    Wiley nails it again!

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    jack fairbanks  about 8 years ago

    true hipsters never go straight. always “dead ahead”

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    watmiwori  about 8 years ago

    Politicians NEVER go straight, even in such a position as this. It’s congenitally impoaaible.

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    poppy1313  about 8 years ago

    We have to do something even if it’s wrong

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    fulcherdavidl  about 8 years ago

    anoesis

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    Brass Orchid Premium Member about 8 years ago

    “Rationalization is the second strongest human emotion.”Mark Belling

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    Brass Orchid Premium Member about 8 years ago

    No. Forward is still the Wisconsin State motto. Obama never was Scott Walker. That was just a campaign camouflage, sort of like using buck lure to hide your human scent when the game is afoot.

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    Varnes  about 8 years ago

    Yeah, I agree with dtroutma, you nailed it, Miller….

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    bransom  about 8 years ago

    Wiley would rather have politicians and pundits stand for nothing, sway with the opinion of the day, and constantly change their minds. Come on Wiley! Which is it? “Stand your ground” or “follow the polls”?

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    kcollier  about 8 years ago

    I looks like some people haven’t realized that by automatically attributing this to the other side they’re doing exactly what they’re mocking.

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    Say What?  about 8 years ago

    This is why I don’t vote for ideologues.

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    sbchamp  about 8 years ago

    Don’t get out much do ya?What’s easier? Point a finger or find a solution?Been goin’ on for years

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    dabugger  about 8 years ago

    And don’t listen to facts, tune only to Fox ….

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    mr_sherman Premium Member about 8 years ago

    The most international support there is for military intervention is from the Arab League. And why not? They’re literally next door. Yet they won’t do anything themselves when it IS their lives on the line, but expect the U.S. to take the risk for them.

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    dogday Premium Member about 8 years ago

    What Wiley missed was all the people at both ends of the car pulling as hard as they can. Not to worry….they’ll never reach that wall.

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    jimyoungreporter  about 8 years ago

    Bazinga!

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    Say What?  about 8 years ago

    Why do I get the feeling that Wiley is going to come in here to break up this fight and clarify his point?

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    dflak  about 8 years ago

    On the other hand, some politicians change direction faster than a weathervane in a tornado.

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    Vet Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Wiley, you win again.Wait till the come to the Fiscal Cliff and run off……Recalulating.

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    roctor  about 8 years ago

    Car should be shown entering a starfish like object.

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    Caddy57  about 8 years ago

    Using this blue print ,the Obama regime could effectively land the country in a far worse place than the bottom of the fiscal cliff and Obama would be quoting Hogan’s Heros " My name is Sargent Schultz I know nothing" FORE!

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    gosfreikempe  about 8 years ago

    Sometimes the GPS tells the user to veer to the right.

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    Linguist  about 8 years ago

    @Sturmmi14Watch Faux Noise ( which I am sure you do religiously ) or Glenn Beck for your daily diet and diatribe of false facts. In fairness, MSNBC ( Must Somehow Negate Blasted Conservatives ) does its fair job of fitting facts to fictions, as well.Like Wiley, I take no stand, other than to point out the ludicrous pomposity and verbosity and single-mindedness of pundits and politicians on all sides.

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    klunker rider  about 8 years ago

    “Do not veer left.” (Thats only on the GOP versions)

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    attyush  about 8 years ago

    The problem with politics is that whoever wins, is still a politician.

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    havi59  about 8 years ago

    no…… that would be Mr. Beck and his “there aint no such thing as Global Warming!”

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    Say What?  about 8 years ago

    So what you’re saying is “philosophical terms” are the new “false or unfounded reasons.”

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  30. Pirate63
    Linguist  about 8 years ago

    For anyone who cares – and I really don’t – words are used to express emotion, ideas, opinion etc. I often write and miraculously get paid for it. What I write is always subject to interpretation by the reader.Most times, I deliberately chose the words I use, typos, grammatical errors (made at 1:30 am ) notwithstanding – in the real world, that’s what editors are for.For my Conservative Critic, getting into a semantic argument ranks even lower on my list of pleasures – below even root canals, or examinations of a proctological nature. I have mentioned before, my handle Linguist is a rather inside joke that refers more to my abilities to communicate in several languages and dialects, than it does my command of English grammar.I am by nature ironic and enjoy satire. I am apolitical which is one of the reasons I’ve become an expat again. While I am an avid news hound, I eschew all American major network affiliations for national news, preferring PBS, BBC, Al Jazeera, and several other international sources for balance. I try to remain neutral politically and socially but some of the moribund commentators just beg to be rebutted or lampooned because, to quote Shakespeare " They become the argument of their own scorn… "

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    wrwallaceii  about 8 years ago

    Wow… just wow. Put all of these comments between two covers and publish it. It’s long enough.

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    susan.e.a.c  about 8 years ago

    Better to be a moderate and do what’s right than either Democrat and screw things up or Republican and screw things up almost as bad.

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