Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling for June 08, 2012

  1. Pirate63
    Linguist  almost 12 years ago

    It’s not good to be Number 2 in Al Qaeda. No job security!

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    Nebulous Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Why couldn’t Little Georgie have been so industrious?

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    Tammycrookshanks  almost 12 years ago

    Good job Li’l Barack! We had over 2000 civilians killed.

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    Janet Davis Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Um…we’re in a war. Our civilians were attacked and killed. Civilians get killed in wars. I’m not defending Obama….just sayin’…

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    konchster  almost 12 years ago

    Shock and Awe was so much more efficient just kill all the civilians at once

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    joegeethree  almost 12 years ago

    The drone attacks are the only thing this administration has done that is positive for this nation.

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    joe vignone  almost 12 years ago

    Obama, terrorizing the terrorists!

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    gorbasche2  almost 12 years ago

    Take it all into perspective, you doinks. Mass bombing in years passed killed THOUSANDS of civilians in order to get ONE target. So a few “innocent” people who SHOULD HAVE KNOWN better to NOT hang around murderous A-holes get blown up. Oh well for them. They should have learned.

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    pam Miner  almost 12 years ago

    these characters look like Dennis the Menace meets the family circus gang with just a dash of Speed Bump added.

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    Anarcissie  almost 12 years ago

    ‘So it is some grand irony that the guy with the best job in the world gets to kill the guy with the crappiest.’

    It’s the way of the world, until you change it.

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    ultrahumanite48  almost 12 years ago

    i shed no tears for these scumbags

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    Hookbrah  almost 12 years ago

    Where were you last week?

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    walruscarver2000  almost 12 years ago

    I feel exactly the same sympathy for those killed while associating with terrorist as was expressed by the people of the Middle East for those killed on 9/11.

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    MiepR  almost 12 years ago

    How popular warfare is this week. And how on earth did you manage to get this frontpaged on Daily Kos?

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    Linguist  almost 12 years ago

    Ah, discussion, debate, political inanities – all part of the creeping comprehension that we are actually in the 21st century, where wars are fought in cyberspace and by proxy ( read that as an acne-faced 19 year-old handling a joystick in Tampa,Fl. for a drone in Kabul, Afghanistan ).This is only the 1st Inning of a long ball game, folks.

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    steverinoCT  almost 12 years ago

    Interesting comments. I am uncomfortable with this execution-by-fiat at all, much less the “collateral damage” involved.About the only redeeming facet of this is that Obama has taken the responsibility and placed it squarely on his own shoulders. The buck stops here, indeed.

    Terrorists are criminals: they should be arrested, tried, and if convicted locked away. Of course, not so easy to accomplish, but that’s the mindset we should have. Elevating them to some scary boogie-men just furthers their mission.

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    MiepR  almost 12 years ago

    First rule of holes comes to mind. But really this is all just a fight over minerals and fossil fuel and water. The part about water is only just getting started.

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