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I'm With Her

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We can do this.
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stevetursi
380 days ago
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MaryEllenCG
379 days ago
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I unabashedly love this. I love it. Thank you, Randall.
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satadru
380 days ago
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Hell^Yeah.
New York, NY
chriscrouch
380 days ago
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Yay
FNUPP
380 days ago
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Do not feed the trolls
Cthulhux
380 days ago
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I didn't know Randall is pro-War. Saddening, actually.
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dukeofwulf
380 days ago
No, it's saddening that both parties put pro-war candidates on the ballot. I'm voting Johnson, but if you insist in propping up the two-party duopoly, then Clinton is the least bad choice.
wreichard
380 days ago
Politics aside, I'm surprised to see him do politics. These are extraordinary times.
stevetursi
380 days ago
It was cool when she said, "I would bomb the shit out of 'em. I would just bomb those suckers. That's right. I'd blow up the pipes. ... I'd blow up every single inch. There would be nothing left."
bluegecko
380 days ago
You surely don't actually believe that Hillary is pro-war and Trump is pro-peace, right? So are you disappointed that he's not supporting Stein or Johnson, or what? (And stevetursi: I have given up on people this election figuring out sarcasm, so for others in this thread, he's quoting Trump.)
dukeofwulf
380 days ago
@wreichard Yes. This is an artist truly putting his money where his mouth is. Even though I disagree with him (and am not a fan of interrupting comedy with a serious political PSA) I still respect his courage in speaking out in a truly extraordinary political cycle.
Cthulhux
380 days ago
As a German, I couldn't care less which of the two fascist idiots will start the next war. I'm stunned about the weird American politics, suggesting that one of those two fascists "must" be the next President. That's all. But yes, if I had the right to vote in the U.S., I'd surely vote for Stein.
stevetursi
380 days ago
That's admirable, and since I'm not a swing state voter I can do something like that. I'm not a fan of Clinton, but my priority right now is to send Trump back to the shit-infested hellhole he came from, and if that means making her president for the next four years, so be it.
NordicNinja
380 days ago
It's not about being pro-War, it's about being anti-Trump. An actual, literal fascist augmented by dangerous libertarian rhetoric.
Cthulhux
380 days ago
Being "anti-Trump" is a bad excuse to vote for the war.
NordicNinja
380 days ago
No, it isn't. It's not an excuse, it's a logical choice. Trump is demonstrably unstable and his election will rally all those who listen to his dog-whistles as being acceptable. There is literally no reason to vote for Trump unless you are a misinformed, (un)willingly bigoted, culturally- and economically-protected white person. And the latter goes for Johnson, as your votes will do nothing but pat your own back at the expense of those who would be killed under a Trump regime.
Cthulhux
380 days ago
At least Trump was not an alleged (?!) part of a certain child sex ring. -- What makes you think President Trump would be responsible for deaths and President Clinton would not?
bluegecko
380 days ago
You are German. If you do not understand the difference between Trump, who is stoking xenophobia and racism as a scapegoat for a working class that feels disenfranchised and is moved to violence, and Hillary, all I can tell you is your knowledge of your own post-WWI history is sadly lacking. (And Trump *is* actually accused of raping a 13-year-old, so you appear to have your child sex stories backwards.)
stevetursi
380 days ago
Point of correction: Trump is not libertarian, and neither is his rhetoric. He's more closely resembles an authoritarian, which is the opposite of libertarian.
NordicNinja
380 days ago
Trump is literally going to pretrial in December for child rape. There is nothing substantial to the Clinton version. Trump is loudly and enthusiastically fanning the violent flames of racism. Disenfranchised Americans will die.
stevetursi
380 days ago
I think at this point it's clear that our German friend is demonstrably ill-informed and would be advised to have him do his homework before continuing to engage.
NordicNinja
380 days ago
@stevetursi Trump's libertarian enough to get Peter Thiel's endorsement. And I was just pondering if he was actually a Troll For Hire.
Cthulhux
380 days ago
Clinton already showed her will to lie in order to justify a war when she was a Minister. Trump never was a Minister. Where and when exactly did Trump suggest to send military anywhere to solve a problem?
Cthulhux
380 days ago
I get it, you're Clinton fans. Because she's a woman or something. Child rape, lies and lust for military intervention are only bad when you're Trump. Yes, I fail to see the logic here - and that's not because I'm German.
stevetursi
380 days ago
Nordic: Having Thiel's backing does not a libertarian make. Cthu: Again, suggest you do your homework. Answers to all your questions are easy to find.
NordicNinja
380 days ago
Steve: My point is that he has overlap. :)
stevetursi
380 days ago
I wouldn't dispute that. It's called nuance. Everybody has a little nuance. (:
joffline
380 days ago
And here goes my trust in the newsblur comment sections.
kyounger
380 days ago
Just came here to say this is all crap. Thanks, Randall, for ruining one of the few last bastions of apolitics.
CarlEdman
380 days ago
This is saddening. I too consider Him to be so contemptible that even Her is the lesser evil. But this is not a place for electioneering.
MaryEllenCG
379 days ago
Yes, how very dare Randall express his opinion in his comic, that he draws, and you read for free. What a monster he is. Allow me to clutch my pearls in shock.
sfrazer
379 days ago
"suggesting that one of those two fascists "must" be the next President. That's all. But yes, if I had the right to vote in the U.S., I'd surely vote for Stein." You'd do well to study the electoral college a bit. The US system pretty much enforces a two-party race for President because any prospective candidate _must_ get more than half the electoral college votes. There are 538 of them, so the winner must get 270. Third parties, when they get enough support to be meaningful, siphon off votes from the party they most closely resemble. Not everyone who votes for Clinton this year will be a "fan" but we recognize the mathematics of the electoral process. One of those two people WILL be president next January. Jill Stein will not. Given that choice, I'm With Her, just like Randall
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380 days ago
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November 11, 2013

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WOOP! We'll be releasing the new science-themed SMBC book on Black Friday. Stay tuned, geeks!
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Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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