Clay Bennett for April 10, 2024

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    Flashaaway  3 months ago

    Very clever, bring a clean coathanger.

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    ibFrank  3 months ago

    A back alley sums up his presidencies in more ways than one.

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  3 months ago

    Definitly a seedy backway represents Donald trump

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 3 months ago

    We have to fight this dritt again. Grr.

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    rekam Premium Member 3 months ago


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    knutdl  3 months ago

    Biden is our savior. Biden for President.

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    Coopersdad  3 months ago

    The rear window of my car is already decorated with a BIDEN-HARRIS 2024 sticker!

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    Patjade  3 months ago

    Coat hanger manufacturers are making a comeback.

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    Odon Premium Member 3 months ago

    Red states are taking hard Right turns with religious furor. Not what a lot of us want, voting Blue is the cure.

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    pasharuzam Premium Member 3 months ago

    Trump’s properties and “fortune” have always been a Potemkin Village covering up the back alley of his mind, where he consigns women.

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    phritzg Premium Member 3 months ago

    Can a plastic coat hanger work as well as a wire one? Asking for a desperate red state friend. /s

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    mourdac Premium Member 3 months ago

    If there is one issue which will win elections in ‘24 for Dems, this is the one. I’d think trying to overthrow the gov would be another but apparently it doesn’t bother tens of millions of U.S. citizens.

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    My First Premium Member 3 months ago

    Liberals are so upset with Trump, you would think he stole 90% of Haitian Relief fund, sold 20% of our Uranium to Russia, deleted 33,000 emails, and let innocent Americans die in Benghazi.

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    akachman Premium Member 3 months ago

    tRump and his anti-American, anti-woman crap are trying to destroy America. The MAGA crowd (sheep) are a very odd bunch of losers to follow him down the sewer.

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    eclairewl Premium Member 3 months ago

    Question. Why do RWNJ trolls come to these sites? They never have much to offer and comments are not backed by facts. Is there anyone here who would change their mind over their bull$hit?

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    monya_43  3 months ago

    ^^^^ In desperation, the resident troll brings out the right wing lies and falsehoods that have been fact-checked and debunked.

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    For a Just and Peaceful World  3 months ago

    Plenty of typical Trump trash:

    Google: Trump abortion news

    Google: ‘Slap in the face’: Mike Pence blasts Donald Trump for saying abortion restrictions should be up to states

    Google: Trump’s abortion statement angers conservatives and gives the Biden campaign a new target AP News

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    The Nodding Head  3 months ago

    Remember the scene in The Adventures of Robin Hood when a bowman puts an arrow right into the bullseye and Robin (actually an ace archer filling in for Errol Flynn) splits that arrow and wins the competition? Clay Bennett is like that.

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    cdward  3 months ago

    Trump’s support for anti-choice judges has caused many deaths. His inaction on the pandemic caused many deaths. His espionage on behalf of Russia — and yes, I fully believe, based on his theft of top secret documents and his visits by known Russian operatives at Mar-A-Lago while those documents were there, and his dependence on Russian money — has probably caused unknown deaths of American agents and soldiers.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    I am all in favour of increasing the number of medical practitioners. But Dr. Coathanger must NOT be allowed to come back. This calls for an avatar change.

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    My First Premium Member 3 months ago

    Great column in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal, in the opinion page about Joe Biden. The headline is " Joe Biden’s Long Career of Conformity". Joe’s stiff resolve with party policies is like someone trying to shoot pool with a piece of rope. It’s just not there! Ha Ha.

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    truthsocialol  3 months ago

    Clay, this is a truly effective, truly sobering image.

    God help us all.

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    Newenglandah  3 months ago

    Regarding Fib’s posting: Great column in today’s New York Times about Donald Trump. The headline is “What Worries Me Most About a Trump Presidency”.

    Caroline Fredrickson

    Ms. Fredrickson, an adviser at the Open Markets Institute, a senior fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice and a visiting professor of law at Georgetown University, writes: “In a second term, Mr. Trump will have more freedom and power to undertake grift. He has already vowed to use pardons to protect supporters and possibly even himself from efforts to curb corruption (which may explain the nonchalance with which his son-in-law Jared Kushner has greeted criticism about the conflicts of interest raised by his recent real estate investments in Serbia and Albania, as well as the Saudi, Qatari and Emirati investments in his wealth fund). And he and his political advisers are building a deep bench of committed and loyal employees who could corrode and potentially destroy mechanisms of accountability in government, paving the way for kleptocratic leaders to entrench themselves in the bureaucracy where many would be able to remain past Mr. Trump’s term. And the mere presence of a phalanx of unquestioning lieutenants in the civil service will ensure that other civil servants fear retribution for objecting to the self-enrichment.”

    The evidence IS there. Unlike Fib, I’m not laughing.

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    John Leonard Premium Member 3 months ago

    And in Arizona, they’ve rolled the clocks back to 1864.

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    MC4802 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Register. Educate. Support. Vote.

    Commenting in GoComics is fun, but it is the hard work, the good fight, the battles won in the reality of life that count. Volunteer to help register new citizens and disenfranchised voters. Remind people of the good things your candidate has done and will do. Support your national, state and local candidates (this is really high leverage now that 99.9% of RNC dollars are going to focused on Trump). Vote and remind others to vote.

    Take Action!

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    piper_gilbert  3 months ago

    Historians looking back at this time in America will not be kind to Trump and his pack of M&Ms(MAGA MORONS) that chose to follow him.

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    chaosed2  3 months ago

    Ah, the selective outrage of the left. Don’t forget, it was Obama that killed Roe v Wade to begin with.

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    BB71  3 months ago

    What state is that alley in? The states have their own abortion laws. Presidents do not control abortion.

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    BB71  3 months ago

    Mr. Bennett should review the 10th amendment. The Constitution does not mention the word `abortion`. It states that anything not covered in the Constitution must be covered by the states. He should be ashamed of himself.

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    Newenglandah  3 months ago

    Chaos claims that President Obama killed Roe v Wade, but he doesn’t say how. BB brain with an IQ of 71 claims that presidents do not control abortion, but seems to have forgotten that his orange messiah appointed three far-right religious fanatics that disrupted the balance of the Supreme Court and overturned nearly fifty years of precedent.

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 3 months ago

    The abortion issue isn’t even about abortion. The real point is that if they can take away a right that has been in place for over fifty years, what rights are they coming after next?

    Conservatives are the ones who want to dictate total control over private relationships (dictate who you can or can’t marry or even what behavior is allowed behind closed doors), private medical choices (reproductive choices such as abortion, IVF or contraception, medical or recreational marijuana, end of life choices, stem cell therapies, gender-identity care), tell us what books we or our children can have access to, or try to force PRIVATE religion into PUBLIC policy and religious rituals into public meetings or subsidize it with special tax advantages (socialized religion).

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    charliekane  3 months ago

    . . . with the dumpster on fire . . .

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    Radish the wordsmith  3 months ago

    Unenlightened Republican dictators want to take away your bodily autonomy and turn the abortion clock back 160 years.

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    Blaidd Drwg Premium Member 3 months ago

    I note an over abundance of trolls here. Either Russia has raised their payment levels or a bit of panic in settling in there.

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    Conservative Man  3 months ago

    Why do you libtards fixate so much on butchering babies

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    LC64  3 months ago

    tRump brags that he killed Roe v Wade because “it’s what the people want”. So here’s a challenge: come November, everyone who is anti-choice vote for tRump. Everyone who is pro-choice vote for Biden. The result of that would be interested.

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