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Cartoon Strip: Nota Bene by Leonardo No. 75 - Tough Questions

This is the seventy-fifth installment of the original series "Nota Bene by Leonardo" by Salem cartoonist Glen Bledsoe.

Nota Bene #75 Tough Questions
By Glen Bledsoe
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(Earth) - At a distance (as in Zeta Reticuli) the behavior of the inhabitants of Earth appears irrational. Why is it that humans can be so clever and invent things like the iPod, soccer and sliced bread yet don't seem to be aware of the deep hypocrisy in some of their most cherished beliefs?

Democracies don't attack other nations for their oil and religions don't kill in the name of their spiritual founders.

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Henry Ruark January 4, 2008 5:17 am (Pacific time)

To all: First "imperial President" Andrew Jackson both preserved the Union vs Calhoun and allowed full-scale attack on Cherokees, driving them from their Georgia homes in the notorious "Train of Tears". Seems same pattern has been continued ever since the Crusades, as you show so well. Congratulations on continued currency of your "revelations" here; we are fortunate to have your insights at work in this media format.

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