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republicanattackmachine

by janzcartoonz
Life is about many things. But at this site it is mostly about discussion and observation. Here you can have a discussion with a Republican. Not the National Republican Party, nor a Republican office holder, staffer, or aide. Here you will see what one Republican thinks. An individual. And you will discover, hopefully, that we like to laugh as much as anyone. If its your first time talking to a Republican, welcome.
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Life is about many things. But at this site it is mostly about discussion and observation. Here you can have a discussion with a Republican. Not the National Republican Party, nor a Republican office holder, staffer, or aide. Here you will see what one Republican thinks. An individual. And you will discover, hopefully, that we like to laugh as much as anyone. If its your first time talking to a Republican, welcome.

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Jan you are missed and shall be for a long time
Which is why it sticks to a two panel punchline gag-strip structure, and advertises itself as such.

Unless the previous comic that was published on October 12th, included the "Ba-Dump-Bump" at the bottom because it was also part of the opinion he was trying to convey. Without any humor. At all.
If the person being buried had a narcissistic personality disorder, then I'm sure that's how they would like to be remembered... after all the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
You often hear about the humpty backed camels getting their cut before the chimpanzees...
But what about the green alligators and long necked geese?

Not to mention the voting rites of all the unicorns, rabbits, and space bats living on the moon.
@Guest: This webcomic isn't here for a joke, this person just wants to spread his political opinion on a site that isn't meant for that. Besides, this site is not that misinformed.
Seriously. Every single one of your comics is just a set up followed by a sentence. Not a punchline. Just a sentence. It's like you don't understand the point of doing a strip.
You know, the actual process of telling a joke is to create a sense of logic and then to contradict that logic.

When you end the first panel with "running up huge amounts of.." You're not really leaving any room for that logic shift, and your comic ends up reading more like an a paragraph than a joke.
You suck at comedic timing.

"Welp I'm gonna take more than 10 words to set up a punch line, and take 20 words to actually tell it!"
I think the homosexuality thing is a nurture, not nature sort of thing. And, more importantly, if all the scapegoats of the world are weeded out through eugenics, the species as a whole will become weaker still. After all, the world needs its survivors and heros in order to enforce change. Tragically, victims will always be weeded out of the gene-pool one way or another.

I think one of the greatest threats to mankind are the people who've appointed themselves the role of angels in separating the chaff from the wheat. It would seem they forgot they were human in the process.
Question
Who is this this they that is trying to gut the constitution?
I apologize for my long winded rant, but it's a point worth making!
Hard Work
And this agenda is the most infuriating thing about the progressive movement.

I am a commercial fisherman in Alaska (and sometimes fish as far down as the Oregon coast). I frequently miss Christmas and other important holidays/events with my family, because I go out in one of the most dangerous seas (Bering Sea) to earn my way through life just to have the government take my sacrifice of time, effort and wave it off, telling me that I earn to much and that's not fair to the people who would rather just stay at home! For the record, in the past two years, I have taken 1 WEEK off. And that was only to have surgery performed.

Sure glad I put my life at risk so some other fool can sit at home and enjoy MY earnings. It would serve the country right if all the small business owners and hard working people decided "To hell with this, we want our free money too!" Only, at that point there wouldn't be any money to give out!
Ack! You mean to say that the west coast would have to wait for a presidential order to use said system! A system that our current leader is probably opposed to, and therefore might not ever use, even when necessary?

Welp, time to move.
You know what's hilarious is even as a Democrat I cannot defend how dumb Biden is sometimes. He's like the useless comedic sidekick.

Also you may not be aware of this but using Abraham Lincoln as your mouth piece, who was an old style Republican that's political natures were to focus on what the country actually needed because the country was still technically developing to the point it needed to be today instead of try to force things due to vague ambiguous morals (which was what the Democrats at the time did), as opposed to a the current post Reagan reformed conservative Republicans who cherrypick bible verses and thinks our military still needs to be stronger for no particular reason other than saying "Look at us we have the best boats", feeeeeeeeels a tad weird not going to lie.
President Harrison
@Mr.Brickwithfeet: Shortest time in office of any president. Maybe if he'd served two terms he might had messed up the country as badly as current office holder. But somehow I doubt it. All hail William Henry Harrison! Works for me.
I'd sooner want to remember William Henry Harrison. At least he didn't do anything wrong.
Yeah, but $7million dollars is nothing when you can essentially print your own money by opening your mouth, or when people like "the donald" among others are willing to lobby for your attention by offering you things that they are more likely to benefit from than you are.
Idiot?
Idiot? I doubt it. You give up most rights of free speech when you are a member of the U.S. armed forces. Now, apparently, the government is trying to say "Okay, you can take this position publicly, but not this one." The proverbial can of worms. I served in the USAF mid to late sixties. The unofficial
policy back then was not "Don't ask, don't tell." It was more "no unsolicited contact, no problem." We lived with it. Did know one Airman who got himself discharged by voluntarily admitting he was homosexual, but he just wanted out. So, no, I'm not "pro." This sort of public advocacy will only lead to problems. When you're no longer in the service, do or say what you want.