Posts filed under ‘Cartoons / Political or Not’
The political cartoon featured in my local newspaper today is great. It guesses at the conversation Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and President Obama had in Tucson earlier this week during which Governor Brewer stuck her finger in Obama’s face.
Check it out here. The first line is from Brewer: “Welcome to the Mecca for hate. Just kidding! How was the flight from Kenya?”
Well, in the wake of the S&P downgrade, there’s nothing much we can do so let’s have a little laugh:
The history of the debt ceiling debate, in pictures — check it out. It’s great.
Here’s a taste:
Oh my God. The people over at Slate put together a website spoofing the “final edition” of the New York Times. Check it out. Note the various headlines. It. Is. Hilarious.
This is my favorite picture — yep, The Donald still running for prez years from now:
And this is my favorite headline: Governor Christie Explodes in Trenton:
Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey exploded this morning while signing a bill in Trenton officially changing Labor Day to Management Day. Doctors had been warning the Governor for some time that he ran the risk of exploding, not simply from morbid obesity – his weight had climbed from 382 pounds at his inauguration to well over 700 – but also from a colossal build-up of methane in his internal organs due to an inability or unwillingness, to expel bodily waste from his system.
Adipose tissue and fecal matter rained down on Mercer County for several hours after the explosion.
Helen Thomas has only been retired 48 hours, but we can already read about what she thinks of the Bush administration and her fellow journalists here…. and it’s not a very high opinion.
This “Cartoon Lounge” post from the New Yorker isn’t all that far from the truth.
Hilarious satirical video by JibJab about President Obama. It debuted last night (in front of Obama) during the RTCA dinner. Well done. (The wingers are going to have a field day with this!)
(FYI – the last minute is an ad for JibJab.)
This pretty much sums up what I think about the folks who are soooo opposed to “socialized medicine.”
And I felt it for eight long, dark years.