Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for December 18, 2016

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    Radish the wordsmith  over 7 years ago

    The rest of us are shaking in our boots.

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    Bilan  over 7 years ago

    I hope Wiley is not suggesting that Kanye will be the next president.

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    Dtroutma  over 7 years ago

    Kanye’s already expressed interest, and he’s met with Trump. Hmm, maybe Trump’s going to quit like Sarah, and hand things over to Kanye??

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    hawgowar  over 7 years ago

    Get over it. We survived Carter, Clinton and Obama. We can survive Trump. Give him a chance, he may just turn out to be okay. I gave Obama a chance. He still screwed up, but I gave him the benefit of the doubt.

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    Bob.  over 7 years ago

    This is getting old. Put this “comic” on the editorial page.

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    Can't Sleep  over 7 years ago

    My father was there on D-Day, and I swore voting for Trump would be like spitting on his grave, and the graves of everyone else who fought Hitler.

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    andy herbert  over 7 years ago

    remember when obama bailed out GM and then said the Gov’t owned it? that’s the definition of facism

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    macky87  over 7 years ago

    There’s a rumor going around that Mr. Trump is considering trying to find a way to add more floors to Trump Tower so that he can see Russia from his window.

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    Larry Farmer  over 7 years ago

    Fascist comment is not cool. Please get back to the funny stuff.

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    jbkenaston  over 7 years ago

    The political pendulum does seem to be swinging to further extremes, and more so with these past several elections than before. It’s good to be aware of the consequences of such extremes from the past, on both sides, and wary of sensationalist rhetoric on either side as well. I don’t think I’ve seen much constructive dialog between political opponents in this context, though perhaps it’s a relatively safe place to start. I’d hope from Wiley Miller (and others) a basis for thoughtful consideration, as opposed to a basis for deepening bitterness, even in our comics, which often are a place for editorializing.

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    gmartin997  over 7 years ago

    Get over it. Trump will fall in line once he’s behind that desk — just like the rest of them. Only FDR had the guts to break the mold.

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    matthew  over 7 years ago

    Trump will have all of the executive powers that Obama has now. If that scares you, then maybe, just maybe, it would be prudent to revisit what executive powers the President can exercise. If it scares you that someone will have a certain power, perhaps that is a power that no President should have.

    Food for thought.

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    Douglas Haire  over 7 years ago

    No matter how much you wish, Wiley, he’s still going to be president. Get over it, she lost!

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    wdgnas  over 7 years ago

    Unlike your beloved Mom Jeans. mittens never became president…

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    bigbadwolf49  over 7 years ago

    Electing Trump is ‘in your face’ to the world. He seemed to be a caricature of the loudmouth airhead American. Now we find that he is a true representative of 50% of the country. He has wasted no time dumping his few promising ideas (i.e. lying to his voters) and furthering his bad ideas, appointing those ‘tremendous people we never heard of’. The world wishes that were still the case.

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    Varnes  over 7 years ago

    lurch, you will do anything he says, no matter what it is….He could do anything or say anything…All his followers will support him…I hope he really is a closet liberal…..Maybe we’d get some roads fixed….

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    Ignatz Premium Member over 7 years ago

    I want to feel sorry for the idiots who actually believed that the billionaire Manhattan casino owner cared about blue-collar laborers in the Midwest. I want to, but I can’t, because that level of gullibility is shameful.


    You are about to see the most corrupt administration in American history. The United States of America is about to become a giant slush fund that exists only for the purpose of stuffing one man’s pockets.


    The irony of the supporters opposing “globalists.”

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    Freedom From Premium Member over 7 years ago

    It is unfortunate that so many of you have had such a poor education and so, fail to understand the meaning of fascism. Liberals are infamous for restricting individual liberty, confiscating wages and property, and promoting murder of innocents. Fascism is a left-wing totalitarian system falsely ascribed to the right.

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    goblue86  over 7 years ago

    “remember when obama bailed out GM and then said the Gov’t owned it? that’s the definition of facism”

    We had to bail out GM, you see, because when the next dumbass republican president drags us into a useless, pointless war (see “WMD in Iraq”), who do you think is going to make our tanks and armoured vehicles?

    Read the excellent editorial by Gen. Wesley Clark,

    You see, while you wrap yourself in the flag, remember that during WWII, you couldn’t BUY a GM car, because they weren’t making any, they used all of their production capacityto build airplanes, that the US used to FIGHT fascism.So tell me again, how was bailing out GM the definition of fascism?

    Pull your head out of your ass and learn a little history.

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    BubbleTape Premium Member over 7 years ago

    well, it was old white men that voted for trump.

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    brain Les  over 7 years ago

    Trump won the election, get over it.

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    albeort  over 7 years ago

    The Eagles wrote a song in 1994 that is appropriate to all you politically minded: “GET OVER IT”

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    filops  over 7 years ago

    First, I thought maybe this was a re-pub from 8 years ago. That was my charitable thought. But then the last frame sealed it: it’s just stupid.

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    brad.eaton  over 7 years ago

    Obama was probably the worst president this country ever had. Clinton and Obama are the biggest liars in high public office we have ever had. The problem with you liberals is you can NEVER admit you made a mistake. Give Trump a chance before you start ripping him apart.

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    Warren Wubker  over 7 years ago

    I wish all those making those outlandish ‘fascist’ claims were rolling in their graves.

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    tripwire45  over 7 years ago

    So would we be better off with Clinton as Dictator. Pretty much the same.

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    JimT8  over 7 years ago

    Now THIS is slander.

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    Alfred  over 7 years ago

    Fascist or not, Trump has given credibility to the rest of the world’s opinion of the USA. A bunch of overweight, racist, jingoistic louts who know nothing, and care less, of the world outside their borders. The people get the leader they deserve and that reflects their values. I can only hope that the only casualty of this election is the American people themselves. The rest of the world wants nothing of it.

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    lee  over 7 years ago

    Wiley, leave the political commentary to the editorial cartoonists. You don’t do it well.

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    dmckean1  over 7 years ago

    Wiley is always blind to the true reality of life. Does he even know the definition of fascist?

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    Richard Howland-Bolton Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Keep the political commentary coming! You are great at it!!

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    NRHAWK Premium Member over 7 years ago

    You don’t really read these posts do you? If you did you would know that we didn’t necessarily want her as President either Which is why voter turn out was so low. We just especially didn’t want a Big Orange clown who lies consistently like the big one about how he saw Muslims dancing in the street after 9/11, failed businessman (he bankrupted his father’s empire five times) and criminal (see how he bought his way out of the fraud charges) in there. The one that really irks me however is how he weakly said he did not accept the endorsements of the KKK and the White Supremacists but he kept their money. They tried to tie themselves to Lyndon Johnson and he sicked the FBI and the IRS on them. That is how you deny their endorsement. But most of all we wanted better candidates. I guess it may be true that we got the President we deserve.

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    ladykat  over 7 years ago

    I just KNEW the comments would be highly entertaining when I saw this strip in my newspaper yesterday!

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    JanLC  over 7 years ago

    It’s actually quite funny to call Trump a fascist. He’s the epitome of a capitalist.

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    Al Nala  over 7 years ago

    I do love the insanity around these parts.

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    Qiset  over 7 years ago

    Everyone calling Trump a Fascists needs to read the history of the Nazi’s in Germany. Their actions were like those of the Liberals not a small government type. So Clinton would have actually been the Fascist.

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    Ralph Newbill  over 7 years ago

    and fascism is a direct descendant of the early 20th century progressives…. Fascism is national socialism, i.e., it’s a left-wing movement….

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    Arthur I Romeo Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Roll away

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    William Taylor  over 7 years ago

    It would be nice if they would post this political drivel on the editorial page, and not in the comics. I like this guy’s work, but NOT when he starts this nonsense. So he is an uber-liberal. Who cares?

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    Geezer  over 7 years ago

    It’s becoming increasingly clear that Trump Derangement Syndrome will make Bush Derangement Syndrome seem tame by comparison.

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    Lenavid  over 7 years ago

    We already have Corporatism, which is a nice blend of Socialism and Fascism. Hillary’s vast corruption would have only made it worse. We have absolutely nothing to lose by taking Trump at his word to begin eliminating the corruption. We’re probably past the tipping point already anyway. Empires rise and fall, and America has been in decline for decades, a victim of its own success. The Principles and Reason used to establish this Democratic Republic have been long abandoned, sacrificing the self-determination of Liberty and individual-oriented government for the cottony soft servitude of the State-oriented monstrosity we now endure—-for our own good, of course.

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    Pma95  over 7 years ago

    Please don’t do this. I have been a fan for a decade or more and have overlooked the political side of your comics, but this one goes too far. I will miss reading you everyday.

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    dabugger  over 7 years ago

    So anything changes; or nothing do.

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    Geezer  over 7 years ago

    90% of Americans think Mussolini is a daily special at the Olive Garden restaruants.


    It’s not?

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    GiantShetlandPony  over 7 years ago


    for the sake of


    Obama: NOT a fascist.


    Trump: A Fascist


    Liberal: NOT a fascist


    Conservative: Some are fascists. Some are just Trumps Chumps. All with mental ages ranging between whiny toddler and 12 year old prepubescence.


    Alt Right = Nazi


    I know you are, but what am I, is not an argument,

    See your mental age….

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    mourdac Premium Member over 7 years ago

    @Jim in CT: thank you.

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    cactusjack99 Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Great strip!

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    Mostly Water Premium Member over 7 years ago

    This was not a normal contest between liberal and conservative candidates. Trump does not have the temperament nor the judgement to serve as president and he certainly does not have a desire to better the lives of the populace. Just look at the billionaires and powerful opportunists who he is appointing to his cabinet.

    These are very dark times and I fear for what will happen when he is firmly in power.

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    GiantShetlandPony  over 7 years ago

    Wouldn’t the world be a better place if world wide education was fully funded and the military had to sell lottery tickets to buy weapons of mass destruction?


    I AM

    a military veteranand I believe this with all my heart.If

    the whole world invested more into education for all, war would become a thing of the past. Perhaps we need to bring back the regulations that didn’t allow anyone to profit from war…

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    lgilbert50  over 7 years ago

    terrified of our new president, it’s not our Republic now.

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    GiantShetlandPony  over 7 years ago

    BTW Mr Wiley, I have no doubt my grandparents and all their siblings and cousins that sacrificed so much during WWII are no doubt rolling in their graves. I miss my grandparents so much, but am kind of glad they aren’t here to witness the dumbing down of a nation that had so much promise to become an idiocracy. When do we start irrigating our farm fields with Gatorade and blame Obama when nothing grows?

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    GiantShetlandPony  over 7 years ago

    BTW, I’m only wasting my words on the dumb, because it’s 4 degrees Fahrenheit outside and I’m putting off having to snow blow my driveway. ;)

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    DukeOfURL Premium Member over 7 years ago

    No, we’re getting rid of the fascist.

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    Varnes  over 7 years ago

    Trump was a liberal for over 30 years…..He himself said if he ran for president he would do it as a republican, because they are more gullible…. We’ll see what he does and doesn’t do…Conservatives may be very surprised….And liberals may be pleasantly pleased…..Trumps followers will let him do anything, they’ll follow him anywhere….He could enact 80% of the democratic agenda and they would say, “Well if it’s Trump’s idea, it must be good”….

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    watashi73  over 7 years ago

    I remember when Obama got elected. There were street marches and death threats to the electors if they did what they were supposed to do. Wait a minute! That didn’t happen! Fascism can come from either direction and is more likely to occur when the central government has control over the military, police, and bureaucracy, and doesn’t have to worry about the inconvenience of competitive elections.

    That is the bullet we just dodged. Had Hillary won, the illegals would get amnestied and mass registered and the votes of the fly over folks eliminated in perpetuity. With just one more liberal Supreme Court justice and pen and phone it wouldn’t matter how many Republicans were in the house and senate. With the MSM, Education, and Entertainment sectors operating as auxiliary government departments and wealthy crony capitalists in tow, the fascism Wiley alludes to would have been in place.

    With Trump we may have at least some shot at straightening out a few things with actual experienced leaders vs politicians, academics, and entrenched bureaucratic ideologues running the show.

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    Linda Pearson  over 7 years ago

    I’m on your side Watashi73!!

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    Waddling Eagle  over 7 years ago

    Since the Democrats have called every Republican presidential candidate in last 70 years a ‘fascist,’ maybe it is time to can the hysterics and actually face the reality that their policies have been an utter failure for all that time?

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    watashi73  over 7 years ago

    We are more likely to be better off with the Trump leader team than we have been with the crony Solyndra Global Warmer Failure and Soros Currency Speculator type leaders.

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    wiatr  over 7 years ago

    Two of the top people on my list of banishment to Mars. Darn, the freak pages of the newspaper are merging with the political pages!

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    donhendon1  over 7 years ago

    please keep politics out of your cartoons. when i want political cartoons, i turn to the “editorial page.” i want to laugh at unreality, not be badgered by reality. thank you. — donald donald

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    Geezer  over 7 years ago

    Because he has refused to distance himself from his business, he will be in violation of the constitution the second he is sworn in.


    I can’t seem to find the part of the Constitution that says that.

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    HARRY CHERMAK Premium Member over 7 years ago

    So many sore losers! Half the population said yes. just because the media & movie stars disagree, doesn’t make it true…

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    Enter.Name.Here  over 7 years ago

    I cannot believe we have reached the low point where I can say this, but I would actually rather have George W. back in office. Time to crawl into a bomb shelter and hope that everything’s still here intact in 4 years.

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    Daviddeer  over 7 years ago

    Looks like a lot of people still needs their blankets, crayons and coloring book and a safe place to cry in private. Trump rules! Democrats cry!

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    mnd0829  over 7 years ago

    How can anyone stress over what Trump might do after what we had the last eight years.

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    cwg  over 7 years ago

    Oh look, a rerun from 2008, …

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    boogshine  over 7 years ago

    so then it’s going to be 4 years of sour grapes? get a life, wiley.

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    Gold Red Blue  over 7 years ago

    I don’t know, is it possible that very few people read beyond the first panel? I, too, cringed at the first panel. But isn’t the rest of the message quite significant and rather non-partisan (or, one might even think, much more critical of those who lost the election than the others)?

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    Dtroutma  over 7 years ago

    Mark_S: Caligula.

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    Spade Jr.  over 7 years ago

    Wiley: YOU’RE FIRED! I’m yanking your strip from my daily reads and I hope everyone who agrees with me that great strips that are NOT on the op-ed page have no excuse for being political, and especially politically biased. And in case you missed it, I would do the same thing even if it was Hillary rather than Trump. This strip is a great example of how the weakest cartoonists can’t keep their own politics out of a strip and be original when it comes to being funny. I urge all who feel like me to fire you—stop being customers, if you will—and yank your strip from their daily reading. If enough customers stop buying your product, you’re out of business. And with garbage strips like today’s, that’s the way it should be.

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    NRHAWK Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Goodbye. And please be careful not to let the door hit you on the ass on the way out. For those of us staying keep up the good work. Public discourse is important to any society and I like reading all sides given. I especially enjoy correcting the poor under-educated who put The Big Orange in office. I also can’t wait for Lewis Black to get started. I just hope he doesn’t have a coronary handling all the new material.

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    trm  over 7 years ago

    Yeah, there was a fascist elected president. Fortunately he’s leaving office in about a month.

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    hippogriff  over 7 years ago

    Majyck Toad

    I have never believed that. Frequently we have elected those some people deserve, but seldom, if ever, those all the voters deserve. After all, who got the most votes?

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    Dtroutma  over 7 years ago

    Wiley: people of intelligence love you and your expressions of concern not just for this nation, but all nations around the world that can be tragically affected by human stupidity, especially coming due to our own “leadership” choices.

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    Lady Bri  over 7 years ago

    Wiley’s already succeeded with this strip. ;-) Political cartoons are all about moving people to think and question and debate their views, which is just what has happened here. By God, look at all the comments! The more you comment, the more it helps Wiley to continue to write his strips. Well done Wiley.

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    Dr_Zinj  over 7 years ago

    Problem is, most people today are abysmally ignorant about what constitutes fascism, and want healthy nationalism is. I’ll take Trump brand nationalism any day over the dorky Democrats giving our country away to illegal immigrant invaders and making us subservient to the United Nations 3rd world leader cabal.

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    Geezer  over 7 years ago

    Conflict of interest is considered odious enough to fire a President as it should be.


    Did George Washington “distance himself from his business” when he became president?

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    Timothy Madigan Premium Member over 7 years ago

    of course, given exit poll.. more of the ‘greatest generation’ voted for Donald than Hillary.

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    Iceman47  over 7 years ago

    I do believe I will be leaving this strip, that used to be entertaining, to all you scary people who actually prefer a straight razor toting Dark Lord of the Sith whose main goal in life is to enslave everyone in this country to a bulbous government and remove everyone’s ability for independent thought over someone who seems to tout just allowing our system to do what it was designed to do.Personally, despite the President Elect’s short falls, I feel a lot more comfortable with what the SCOTUS will look like in the near future. To which I end with, "Good Bye Hillary. Don’t leave mad, just leave and don’t let the door hit you in the ass as you go.

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    drelefson Premium Member over 7 years ago

    I agree with Iceman47 and Bob. I think I will be removing this from my subscription list. I have always appreciated Wiley’s wit even in some of his liberal “comments”. I appreciate a well drawn cartoon that cleverly makes its point (I enjoy Toles though I rarely agree with him). But, when he stoops to typical liberal name calling that has no foundation (Since it has no foundation, all they can think to do is call names.) I’ve had enough. Trump wasn’t my 1st choice but strips like this don’t help our country in any fashion.

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    Robert Gillespie  over 7 years ago

    I used to like this strip, now I think it should be moved to the editorial page.

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    Roadrunner Premium Member over 7 years ago

    I guess the USA is no longer a “Safe Place” and y’all gotta move to Canada. The USA is not a democracy, it is a Republic (and to the Republic for which it stands) that is part of the pledge of allegiance, if they are teaching that anymore. We vote for the Electors in each State on a democratic basis and the Electors then vote for the President. So, all you whiners out there, play attention in civics class. You lost, we won, live with it or get out!!!!!! The world is full of tigers ready to pounce on the tender meat of the politically correct, and we are crouching in the jungle just waiting on fools who deny our existence. The tigers are the actual tax payers who crouch waiting for non-tax paying complainers who do not even want the protection of an actual country. We are a society based on the rule of law, not the cult of the personality.

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    vorpal7  over 7 years ago

    It is going to take a LONG time to clean up this OBAMA mess (maybe 8 years or more). Good luck for you you’ll have time to change your chicken little minds :)

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    Rebecca Walker-Sands Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Fascinating, as Jerrell Cotton’s President Elect is a non-tax payer. What does that say about him? I pay plenty of taxes and am glad to do so, to help those less able for so many reasons. The President Elect is proud that he is “too smart to pay taxes.” What does that make you and me, Jerrell Cotton?

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    washatkc Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Lol. Denial is so pretty. Keep crying losers. Obama and Jimmy Carter are tied for worst ever. You pathetic whiners can’t even give him a chance.

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    GeorgeSteele  over 4 years ago

    Stick to humor, and drop the lefty crusade. You make a mockery of yourself with this nonsense. Fascist? Frankly, that kind of rhetoric sucks. #dontbeajerk

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