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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for October 27, 2016

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    Darsan54 Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Yep, totally Republiclan. Authoritarian and no concept of questioning the will of their one-percent “betters”. And if a few die along the way, well just collateral damage – SOP for the GOP.

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    Can't Sleep  almost 5 years ago

    Where are their red baseball caps? The ones made in China? And purchased from a Trump company so the GOP had to pay Trump for the promotional hats?

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    Dtroutma  almost 5 years ago

    Well, at least it’s not lemmngs.

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    Watcher  almost 5 years ago

    GOP, CPC. same party different countries.

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    alviebird  almost 5 years ago

    Before this descends into a “my candidate can beat up your candidate” debate, let me point out that the jab here has nothing to do with candidates. It is aimed at you, the American voter. But the problem here is that, before one can exercise free will, one must think for one’s self. If you didn’t originate the thought, it isn’t your will.

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    somebodyshort  almost 5 years ago

    Wiley, love the vulture !!

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    stairsteppublishing  almost 5 years ago

    thebird55 – well said.

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    Superfrog  almost 5 years ago

    I only use free will when I have no choice.

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    derdave969  almost 5 years ago

    You’ll notice that Lemming starts with L for Liberal!

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    alviebird  almost 5 years ago

    And, please, don’t anyone accuse me of defending Hillary Clinton. I do not think she’s a good choice to lead this country. She just happens to be the only other viable choice, over a man who should stick to real estate. Or sell used cars.

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    Cilliers  almost 5 years ago

    Given that Wiley so assiduously does his little bit for the MSM, there’s a wee irony here…..

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    Raymond Dauteuil Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    What? Your kidding right. Let’s see, Hilliary is part of an entrenched 240 year mess. Trump is not part of the corrupt mess. The Cintons are. Worth 300 million or so and are for the middle class? And we are following blindly? Wake up people.

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    Anon4242  almost 5 years ago

    Great Mummy sandstorm effect reference!

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    tripwire45  almost 5 years ago

    That kind of works for all of Hillary’s loyal minions as well.

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    nosirrom  almost 5 years ago

    Vaal?

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    matthew  almost 5 years ago

    The hilarity of it all is that the commenters on this comic are engaging in groupthink completely unironically. Way to miss the point of the comic, guys.

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    ekw555  almost 5 years ago

    I’m really bewildered how any rational person of average or better intelligence could support either of these two candidates.the fact that they are the nominees of this country’s two largest political parties illustrates the stupidity of the American voter.

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    fuzzbucket  almost 5 years ago

    Do you really think misguided loyalty is one sided? If people really paid attention to the real Clinton and Trump, neither could even be elected as dogcatcher.

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    sandpiper  almost 5 years ago

    Guy steps out of the voting booth and says, ‘There is no box for “none of the above’ on this ballot.” Monitor says, ‘Well, then, just don’t vote.’ Guy replies, ‘You don’t get it. I want it on the record that none of the above earned my vote.’

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    Beleck3  almost 5 years ago

    sounds so much like both the D’s and R;s

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    car2ner  almost 5 years ago

    so who if for running around the side of this monster and tweaking it’s ear?

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    Dani Rice  almost 5 years ago

    Hillary Rodham was appointed by the judge to take that case in 1975; she did not want to do so. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was later given a light sentence by the judge. Get your bloomin’ facts straight, will you!

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    Germanshepherds4ever  almost 5 years ago

    Yup, the Trump folks all drank that Kool-Aid!

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    Mostly Water Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    It’s a long dark tunnel in there that grows darker as you approach the end.

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    dshepard  almost 5 years ago

    Pot, meet kettle, Mr Miller. If this were not true, then so many people wouldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton because she is a Democrat while ignoring the long list of criminal activity tied to her.

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    Ziveron  almost 5 years ago

    I find it exasperating that one of the arguments in support Trump is that he’s free of corruption. Rayonriver said, “Trump is not part of the corrupt mess.” The evidence points at his involvement in corruption from the other end. If that suspiciously timed payment to the PAC of that attorney general is any indication, then he’s one of the folks involved in corrupting public officials. Given his personality, it’s hard to imagine that he’d draw a line at being on the receiving end of political corruption, don’t you think?

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    johndifool  almost 5 years ago

    Freedom from choice is what you wantFreedom of choice is what you got

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    wes tnt  almost 5 years ago

    If a woman is inappropriately touched, shouldn’t she say something? (not years later, but right away?) if there was something illegal, then bring charges! Are there any? Unless you’re talking about FBI “deciding” not to press charges? One should wish for that much clout! Typical career politician…..

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    lee  almost 5 years ago

    Free will to vote for a liar, traitor, money grabbing, nasty individual that belongs in jail. Miller could have made the point without personifying the cave.

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    Linguist  almost 5 years ago

    To the point of today’s cartoon….Man has always looked for ,someone else to lead them and decide for them. Call it the herd mentality or primate pecking order, we have a need to be led.

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    The very core of Western civilization revolves around the need for a Messiah. Someone to rise above it all and lead us to glory and greatness – without us having to do a damn thing except do what we’re told !

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    We mindlessly follow the guy on the white horse into battle without question. God’s on our side, after all

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    .Problem is…One man’s Jesus is another man’s Hitler ! ( And visa versa ,,,)

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    Godfreydaniel  almost 5 years ago

    At some of these Trump rallies I have to question if the TOTAL IQ in the crowd breaks 100!

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    facing_bs  almost 5 years ago

    Your ignorance and bias is showing, especially if you support the Hildabeest

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    I believe in free will because, really, what choice do I have?

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    dabugger  almost 5 years ago

    What will the aftermath be?

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    Radical-Knight  almost 5 years ago

    Hee-hee-hee… this back and forth is so entertaining and while each side has scored a couple points, neither has accomplished anything except generate frustration and anxiety. Better than any television programming. This is why I haven’t owned a TV in 15 years. Oh, please… do carry on.

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    neil.sluss  almost 5 years ago

    I’m pretty sure that every single one of you that rattled off your party of choices main ad lines proved the comics point.

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    Roadrunner Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Lets say, so what that the Mighty Bill screwed on top of the desk in the oval office while his partner was off screwing around too (documented facts except for the desk part, it just sounded too good to pass up). Lets say we forget that the HillBillies didn’t steal 220K in antiques and silverware from the White House when they left (got caught and had to give it back-again documented facts) but after selling their souls to wall street are now are worth $200,000,000. Sex sells if it is the other “person” doing it. I am not happy with either candidate, but I don’t want the Supremos making up the rules based on how they feel any particular day, so I am holding my nose and voting Trump rather than have matching his and hers impeached presidential book ends. I really wanted a decent woman president to vote for but alas the powers that be have a different agenda. God help our grandchildren when all the jobs are gone except flipping burgers or competing with the Indians to write computer code. Perhaps the Zombie Apocalypse or the A.I. singularity will happen before then. Either way its “thin the heard” time. History repeats: the Roman Republic fell and the Caesars arose.

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    Dr_Fogg  almost 5 years ago

    117 comments at this point. What if every stayed away from the polls. Would that send a clear message?? Some schools are closing because of potential violence on election day. How sad.

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    somebodyshort  almost 5 years ago

    If either Clinton or Trump wins we’re building a wall along your northern border. It’s your mess, live with it.

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    Banjo Gordy Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Reminds me of an original Star Trek story “Feeding Bal” whenan alarm sounded.

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    Seed_drill  almost 5 years ago

    Interestingly, Scott Adams, who is a Trump supporter, doesn’t believe in free will.

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    evsxrk  almost 5 years ago

    Just like in the cartoon, the followers of Pumpkin Hitler are spouting the same predictable lies. For instance, “Hillary is a criminal”: The Republicans have wasted millions of dollars in investigations for over two decades in a desperate attempt to find something they could pin on her, and they found nothing. Then some throw in a few more lies about her legal career and the Clinton Foundation, plus vague cries of “corruption” backed by no evidence whatsoever. Then there are those who say both candidates are equally terrible. On the one hand you have the guy in the cartoon, a narcissistic, bigoted, sexist, tax-dodging pathological liar with a terrible business record, a “charitable” foundation which he used to buy stuff for himself and to bribe an AG, and a complete lack of any knowledge about the job he’s running for and no interest in or ability to learn, a guy who has been accused by multiple women (several of whom came forward months or even years ago) of sexual assault and other possibly criminal behavior, accusations supported by comments HE HIMSELF made bragging about doing the exact things they are accusing him of doing. On the other hand you have a woman who is highly competent, has detailed plans for governing and a more thorough understanding of the issues than any candidate in recent history, someone who despite the image promoted by the right rates above average in terms of honesty and who has a wide variety of experience that will allow her to immediately start tackling the many issues the US faces. There is absolutely no comparison. It’s not a race between two terrible candidates, it’s a race between an appalling one and a qualified one. There may not be any hope for the deluded souls who are still voting for the orange faced babbler despite his clear unsuitability for any position of power (even the majority of conservative newspapers have endorsed Hillary), but the sensible people of the US nee

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    Ka`ōnōhi`ula`okahōkūmiomio`ehiku  almost 5 years ago

    Create a thinking America.Gary Johnson for president 2016.

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    craigwestlake  almost 5 years ago

    Make a statement and vote your principles. Ignore the two losers and vote Gary Johnson/Bill Weld – Libertarian party. We may or may not win but we will have made an honest statement.

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    BigMac  almost 5 years ago

    Well, at least Trump will have to do the best job he can because at the least hint of any malfeasance, he Democrats will move in lockstep to impeach him and RHINO Establishment Repubs will do nothing to stop it.

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    jamessveta  almost 5 years ago

    Ahh the Hillary Kool Aid drinkers.

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    Thomas & Tifffany Connolly  almost 5 years ago

    Sound like anyone blindly following any political system!Shades of Communism, Nazism, and Vegans!

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    RonBerg13 Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    I care for neither Trump nor Hillary. They are both part of the larger cabal/conglomerate/group/club that controls the entire world and cares about us NOT a twit.

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    Mostly Water Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    My avatar is scrunched. Also it’s lonely here.

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    loner34  almost 5 years ago

    Said the lock step Hillary lovers.

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    Neilconnole Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Can’t be better stated or illustrated!!

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    washatkc Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    You Libs are killing me. Trump is a joke but Hillary?? For gods sake how much more BS can you take. She makes Nixon blush. She is crooked, dirty and a bit evil.

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    GeorgeSteele  about 2 years ago

    Wiley, you’re a dope. And history has proven it!

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