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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for November 04, 2019

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    Dtroutma Premium Member about 1 month ago

    ‘Bout right.

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    Bilan  about 1 month ago

    Maybe they should provide a dictionary along with the Bible.

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    kaffekup   about 1 month ago

    “If I tell the truth, it’s because I tell the truth, not because I put my hand on a book and made a wish.”

    Sarah Silverman

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    finkd  about 1 month ago

    Provided that they even show up to testify.

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    Sanspareil  about 1 month ago

    Since “truth isn’t truth” it doesn’t really matter.

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    Aussie Down Under  about 1 month ago

    Crossing your fingers in no way negates a lie.

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    Josh Lyons Premium Member about 1 month ago

    No need in saying “so help you, God?”, since we already know were their souls are headed to once they start lying.

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    emptydog  about 1 month ago

    Why use an old fashioned book when you can use a Kindle?

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    Masterskrain Premium Member about 1 month ago

    TRUTH??? Well, that leaves out the Republicans….

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    3hourtour Premium Member about 1 month ago

    … you had me at, “I like beer.”….

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    WMORAN1  about 1 month ago

    Just pointing out you can swear or affirm on any book or none at all. Bibles aren’t mandatory.

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    nosirrom  about 1 month ago

    Do you swear…

    No! But I know all the words.

    Truth is stranger than fiction, Judgie Wudgie.

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    vics_machine Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Have them swear on the Constitution. Most know the contents of that about as much as they know what is in the Bible.

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    FassEddie  about 1 month ago

    He’s not going to lie. He just not going to recall anything. He was at the meeting. He just can’t remember any of it.

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    vics_machine Premium Member about 1 month ago

    “Who can face the knowledge that the truth is not the truth? Obsolete. Absolute,” – Neil Peart

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    ACK! Premium Member about 1 month ago

    “Perjury trap!”

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    mwest  about 1 month ago

    I can’t imagine what hearings must be like, considering the way most politicians twist and spin answers to simple questions from reporters. The very thought makes my head hurt.

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    sanderling75  about 1 month ago

    His lips moved, ergo he lied.

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    morningglory61 Premium Member about 1 month ago

    They don’t believe in any God so swearing on a bible means nothing. They ignore the truth anyway, ignore the subpoenas anyway, they lie cheat and steal. Might as well be a court of monkeys or just a bunch of cardboard cutouts. (Hope I am wrong)

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    NRHAWK Premium Member about 1 month ago

    For the most part I believe the ones who have shown up have been telling the truth. It’s the ones refusing to comply that are afraid they’ll be caught in a lie.

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    For a Just and Peaceful World  about 1 month ago

    The bravest person in the country will be the first Republican United States senator to support impeachment. Vote in 2020.

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    jc17  about 1 month ago

    They should be careful about asking for “the whole truth”. Politicians are known for their ability talk for hours (or days) on any topic without actually saying much about anything.

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    rugeirn  about 1 month ago

    Close enough, indeed. As in, “Close enough for government work.”

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    MikyMN  about 1 month ago

    Can’t teach an old dog new tricks.

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    Al Nala  about 1 month ago

    Your name is so totally fitting.

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    thelordthygod666  about 1 month ago

    If a politician from either party always told the whole truth they’d never be elected.

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    Oakstone  about 1 month ago

    I think that the first people who should be sworn in are the congressmen/senators holding the hearing. Then the instructions to each should be “You are only allowed to ask questions. There will be no pontificating, grandstanding, or electioneering allowed. First offense will be an electric shock (electrify their chairs first). Second offense will result in you being gagged and placed in a straight jacket, in your vehicle, in the underground garage – you will no be allowed to speak to the press for 3 days.” Then give the button for shocks to someone who is neither a member of the committee, nor a member of either party.

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    mridenour  about 1 month ago

    How do you know when a politician is lying? His/Her lips are moving.

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    BiathlonNut  about 1 month ago

    Well, on to Beetle Bailey.

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    TerBer  about 1 month ago

    Does congress have to take the same oath?

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    bgtalbot  about 1 month ago

    We can look forward to Giuliani’s reply: Why start now?

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    jimboklein  about 1 month ago

    I have wondered, what if Wonder Woman wrapped her “Lasso of Truth” around the “Great Orangutan in Chief”. Would his head explode, or would the lasso burst into flames?

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    majkmushrm Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Care to explain why it’s important to you that governments all over the world are ruled by US puppets?

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    thelost wizard  about 1 month ago

    Who’s truth are we talking here?

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    GiantShetlandPony  about 1 month ago

    Hillary told the truth and yet that wasn’t good enough for any of the Republicans.

    It is interesting that when the Republicans lie the people who vote Republican are absolutely fine with that. They will even try to spin and justify rape and pedophilia, as long as the candidate looks like them. Even when it’s caught on verifiable video and bad for their own freedoms and personal economy, They are so entrenched in wanting to best the people they perceive as smarter than they are, that they are willing to actually be stupid. On purpose, no less, but as long as they can carry that illusion of besting smart people, they don’t care how much they harm themselves, as long as they can cause even greater harm to others.

    In a nutshell, there are two perceptions that stand out:Those that think wealthy people who abuse their power through money are elitists, and those that believe smart people are elitists.

    BTW, thank you for thinking I’m smart. ;)

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    gcottay  about 1 month ago

    Trump disciples are falling all over themselves trying to discredit the likely original whistle blower, trying desperately to ignore all the first hand evidence. If the original report were from a Cocker Spaniel it would matter not a bit at this point.

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    Pisces  about 1 month ago

    LOL – good one Wiley………..

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    Ka`ōnōhi`ula`okahōkūmiomio`ehiku Premium Member about 1 month ago

    Love the crossed fingers while oath-taking on ‘THE BOOK’ that forbids the taking of oaths.

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    Andylit Premium Member about 1 month ago

    I’ve always wondered what they would do if you said “No”. You can ask me questions but I will not take the oath.

    I’m not talking about refusing to testify, just refusing the oath. They can’t cite you for contempt (I think) because you aren’t refusing to answer.

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    STACEY MARSHALL Premium Member about 1 month ago

    From an old Herman comic: I swerve to smell the soup, the toll booth, and nutmeg on the roof.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member about 1 month ago

    That’s the “Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” (DSM). In other words a possibly incomplete listing of all Bonespurs problems. Also, Washington added “so help me God’ on his own, not part of the oath, and for Bonespurs it meant nothing. While you don’t have to say “so help me God” on ANY time you swear the oath to the United States and Constitution, don’t think any POTUS will have the guts to leave it out any time soon. I also like that the Quran has been used several times now.

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    bleu nez  about 1 month ago

    Out with the old swamp! Howz that new, growing, deeper swamp suitin’ ya. ;-}

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    eddi_tbh  about 1 month ago

    You can’t depend on a politician’s honor anyway. That’s what perjury laws are for. The oath thing is a major time waster.

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    bakana  about 1 month ago

    She didn’t bother to include “So Help You God” because she knows that God is Helpless when a Politician starts flapping his lips.

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    wiatr Premium Member about 1 month ago

    “Congressman, have you stopped beating your wife?”

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    callred102  about 1 month ago

    For once, I would like to read comments that do not denigrate the other party, which-ever one it is. If you have to slam “the other party” in order to make your point, you have no point.

    I was listening to a local public hearing where a person was reading off editorial headlines to support her point, and then she demanded that people think for themselves.

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    pengophile  about 1 month ago

    The cartoon is obviously not directly political and applies to courts as well as congressional hearings. The long set of reactions who do not get the simple meaning and presumably want to change the subject.

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