Overtly polemical comics like this DO verge on breaking the rules because they're almost outside the range of on-topic /co/ discussion. Comics that exist solely to propagate the author's political views ought to be kept on /pol/ because that's where political discussion happens. Please note, this is not the same as a comic having political elements because Stonetoss is a political tract that happens to contain /co/ elements. Whenever someone posts Stonetoss on here, the discussion is never about the /co/ aspects of the comic because the humor and art are completely bland and inconsequential. ST is a vehicle for political evangelism and everything about the comic is at the service of the author proselytizing to his readers a la Jack Chick. These threads are always a bad faith excuse to have bitter, acrimonious arguments over politics on a board that's not about politics, much like those terrible tangentially on-topic threads about social media drama in relation to big super hero movies.
My hope is that sometime soon, people will stop giving this guy the negative attention he craves. Clearly this is a clickbait-y enterprise meant to provoke outrage, so feeding into it will only make the fire more severe. Eventually though because the public is fickle and easily distracted by new things to get worked up over, ST is going to go the way of "Billy the Heretic" and "Better Days" and pass into the boneyard of modern memory, as all mediocre polemical webcomics eventually do.