dadofboys's comment history

dadofboys said...

FYI, in 1984 the Supreme Court ruled that camping in federal parks was not protected speech! The case involved camping in support of homelessness. The mere act of camping alone is NOT speech. I believe that our elected officials have been spineless in not evicting the occupiers. They have set no end to their protest and there is no reasonable hope that their "issues"will be resolved and that they will return home after a successful campaign. At this point they are just a bunch of folks who have a free camp site. Thank you

December 22, 2011 at 8:53 a.m.
dadofboys said...

Again, another ad hominum attack against anyone who holds to a republican/conservative viewpoint of government, insinuating that they are heartless and want to impoverish people and be cruel. Mr. Bennett you are a sorry one-trick-pony of a cartoonist.

December 18, 2011 at 12:34 p.m.
dadofboys said...

I dont agree at all with Clays positions, but that is not the reason that I dont care for his cartoons at all. What I find offensive and juvenile in his cartooning is that many of them are Ad Hominum attacks against the people that represent the positions that he disagrees with or propagate irrelevant falsehoods that speak to the basest and most uninformed instincts of the reader. For example, in the "War room" cartoon, the presence of the Koch brothers is meaningless as they no more represent a cabal controlling this country than the "elders of zion". I find Clays cartoons childish and poorly thought out.

December 16, 2011 at 5:25 p.m.
dadofboys said...

Why is it "son of Pastor". What does that have to do with anything. This is as stupid as the "all girl forensics team".

December 10, 2011 at 10:31 a.m.

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