Matt Wuerker for December 02, 2023

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    sipsienwa Premium Member 5 months ago

    Run over him.

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    ibFrank  5 months ago

    When one person can cause this many problems there need to be changes to the system.

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    apfelzra Premium Member 5 months ago

    Senator Tuberville ought to start a new political movement that reflects his sincere beliefs about the importance of the US military: Peckerwoods for Putin.

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    Imagine  5 months ago

    It would probably be very enlightening to know where his campaign donations and other funds come from.

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    sevaar777  5 months ago

    Tommy Tubesocks.. proving there are always “useful idiots” around to help Mother Russia (and China too).

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    knutdl  5 months ago

    Make peace not war.

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    FGWaiss  5 months ago

    He’s not pro-life, he’s pro-fetus. His anti-abortion stand is immoral.

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    timbob2313 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Left click for another new toon

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    The Nodding Head  5 months ago

    Anti-choice forces branded themselves pro-life. Please stop complying. Tuberville and others are not pro-life. They are pro-gun. They are pro-violence. They are pro-fossil fuels which are killing untold numbers of sentients and other living creatures, NOT “pro-life”

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    superposition  5 months ago

    Remember when the GOP made a fuss that JFK’s decisions might be influenced by his personal religious beliefs and impede government? Did that ever happen?

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    Gen.Flashman  5 months ago

    “There are approximately 900 Active-duty general/flag officers (GO/FOs) today of 1.3 million troops. This is a ratio of 1 GO/FO for every 1,400 troops. During World War II, an admittedly different era, there were more than 2,000 GO/FOs for a little more than 12 million Active troops (1:6,000).”National Defense University

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    fusilier  5 months ago

    What is the possibility that Tuberville is delaying things so that, when Trump is elected, he can appoint generals and admirals who pledge an oath of personal loyalty?

    Yeah, I know, but….

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    James 2:24

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    moosemin  5 months ago

    Like Turtle McConnell, how is it that ONE PERSON can totally stall government? No over-rides? No Check or Balance? Something’s wrong here.

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    Redd Panda  5 months ago

    There’s no lunatic, like a religious lunatic.

    I’ve done some dopey stuff in my life, but I never believed some make believe god was telling me what to do.

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    T Smith  5 months ago

    How can he be “pro-life” when he’s clearly indifferent to the lives of our military personnel.

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    thelordthygod666  5 months ago

    As his teachers used to write on his report card, “Gates are down, the lights are flashing, but Tommy’s train isn’t coming.”

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    MC4802 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Take him on maneuvers with the Army Rangers for a week, out on a carrier for a month, embedded with the Navy Seals for a week, with the Air Force (Alaska in January), the Coast Guard, and the Space Force?

    If he’s not the floor he can’t object, and if he makes it back alive he might have a better understandind of serving in the military and why he shouldn’t use his position to make the lives of THOUSANDS worse.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 5 months ago

    Now that Santos is gone.. maybe time to kick another idiot out.

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    LVObserver  5 months ago

    Maybe he wants appointees that are more concerned with military readiness than woke culture. Anyone else notice that with the recruiting shortfall, the ads are now fit young men in uniform instead of LGBTQ people commenting on inclusion?

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    tee929  5 months ago

    Start checking his financial records!

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    akachman Premium Member 5 months ago

    “Pro-life”? Not. The neo-Nazi GOP want women as second-class citizens. Women dying with a non-viable fetus is not “pro-life”. What BS.

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    Radish the wordsmith  5 months ago

    Military is always anti life.

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    JLChi  5 months ago

    We all know everything the repunklicans say is a lie, like the fascist “Moms for Liberty.”

    “Pro-life” means attack women and doctors and bomb and burn clinics.

    I automatically assume they mean the opposite of what they are saying.

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    Radish the wordsmith  5 months ago

    The bible and the church say life begins at birth. Dim wit controlling republican fascists claim it begins at conception. In Israel they have free abortion, Women are not questioned about their decisions. Will evil controlling republicans build concentration camps to hold pregnant women until they come to term?

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    braindead Premium Member 5 months ago

    Much of the ‘system’ is built on the premise that nobody would do something that stupid, and if they did, the overwhelming majority would correct the situation.

    Republicans no longer believe in that premise or others the country was founded upon.

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    One example: They obstructed Obama from appointing a Supreme Court Justice, but jammed through and appointment for Trump AFTER he lost reelection.

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    CasperFourTeen Premium Member 5 months ago

    He’s a clown. A blowhard. But really, how much negative effects does it have on military day-to-day ops? Minuscule beyond the personal effects on the generals & admirals whose promotions are delayed. Any temporary leadership “gaps” are immediately filled by the next senior officer present . . . & they are competent. But if even perceptions matter, then the military could send the general/admiral selectees on temporary duty to their intended next assignments & make them acting.

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    Lola85 Premium Member 5 months ago

    So much for separation of church and state.

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    dickanders Premium Member 5 months ago

    It’s reasonable to ask, what has this person ever contributed to the welfare of his constituents, or the country. Isn’t a senator supposed to do something to contribute the the general welfare of the country? Or are they elected only to act on their own narrow concerns, regardless of the larger needs of the country? What did this guy promise when he was campaigning for election? Or did he only campaign to be a person to deflect the needs of his state and its constituents? I saw a report that said he didn’t even live in Alabama!

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    GiantShetlandPony  5 months ago

    Hopefully, everyone in the military is waking up to the fact that Repubs have never cared for the military, except for the money they can get out of it. Repubs see the military as props, tools, and expendable depending on their whim of the moment.

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    calliarcale  5 months ago

    There’s something especially perverse about asking the military to adopt what they call a pro-life stance, given that one of the fundamental jobs of a military is to kill, potentially on a massive scale. I mean, Tuberville is quibbling over allowing PTO and travel reimbursement for abortion, but he’s apparently absolutely fine with everything else the military does, up to and including the nuclear weapons program. I’m pro-military myself, but it’s always baffled me that someone could call themselves both pro-life and pro-military. If you’re willing to deny a woman the right to end her pregnancy because she’s got diabetes or she’s in abusive relationship or she’s not comfortable with the inherent risks of pregnancy or she just doesn’t want to be a mom right now BUT you are fine with the continued production of DPICM munitions or with the Trident D5 Life Extension program or things like that, then, well, I don’t think you’ve thought your position through all that well.

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    cracker65  5 months ago

    He needs what Santos, or whatever his name is got.

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    AtomicForce91 Premium Member 5 months ago

    They could at any point not kill children. That seems so simple.

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    Valiant1943 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Start closing bases and government facilities in his state.

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    wellis1947 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Little Tommy “T” never served in the military – and hardly even received a formal education, since he attended Southern State College (now Southern Arkansas University), where he lettered in football as a safety for the Muleriders and played two years on the golf team. He received a B.S. in physical education from SSC in 197 per the Wikipedia entry for his “education”…

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