Friday, February 29, 2008

I Like Obama but this shit is getting too "Messianic"

He is just one man. Brilliant, talented, decent yes.....but just one man.

Toons for a Sunny Day

This is an Obamakah!




Rob Rogers
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Feb 29, 2008



John Cole
Scranton Times/Tribune
Feb 29, 2008

John Wayne on Gunsmoke

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Obama and "The West Wing"

So many Toons. So little Time for the Clintons.





Steve Kelley
Times-Picayune
Feb 27, 2008



Ron Rogers
South Bend Tribune
Feb 27, 2008



Dick Locher
Chicago Tribune
Feb 27, 2008



Jim Morin
The Miami Herald
Feb 27, 2008



Clay Bennett
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Feb 27, 2008



Ed Gamble
Florida Times Union
Feb 27, 2008



Ann Telnaes
Cartoonists & Writers …
Feb 27, 2008

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

2 Toons for A Fu%%% Snowy Day.....Bring on April



Sandy Huffaker
caglecartoons.com
Feb 26, 2008



Signe Wilkinson
Philadelphia Daily News
Feb 26, 2008

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Opus + 1





Randy Bish
Tribune-Review
Feb 24, 2008

Saturday, February 23, 2008

4 Toons. 1 Nation. 1 Sunny Day. Please let Spring get here






Hap Pitkin
Boulder Daily Camera
Feb 23, 2008



Mike Keefe
Denver Post
Feb 23, 2008

Great Story outta Afghanistan

From those McCain lovers over at the
New York Times.


Gotta suck to be a soldier in that company.

WE TUMBLED OUT of two Black Hawks onto a shrub-dusted mountainside. It was a windy, cold October evening. A half-moon illuminated the tall pines and peaks. Through night-vision goggles the soldiers and landscape glowed in a blurry green-and-white static. Just across the valley, lights flickered from a few homes nestled in the terraced farmlands of Yaka China, a notorious village in the Korengal River valley in Afghanistan’s northeastern province of Kunar. Yaka China was just a few villages south and around a bend in the river from the Americans’ small mountain outposts, but the area’s reputation among the soldiers was mythic. It was a known safe haven for insurgents. American troops have tended to avoid the place since a nasty fight a year or so earlier. And as Halloween approached, the soldiers I was with, under the command of 26-year-old Capt. Dan Kearney, were predicting their own Yaka China doom.


The Korengal Valley is a lonely outpost of regress: most of the valley’s people practice Wahhabism, a more rigid variety of Islam than that followed by most Afghans, and about half of the fighters confronting the U.S. there are homegrown. The rest are Arabs, Pakistanis, Chechens, Uzbeks; the area is close to Pakistan’s frontier regions where Osama bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahiri and other Al Qaeda figures are often said to be hiding out. The Korengal fighters are fierce, know the terrain and watch the Americans’ every move. On their hand-held radios, the old jihadis call the Americans “monkeys,” “infidels,” ‘’bastards” and “the kids.” It’s psychological warfare; they know the Americans monitor their radio chatter.


Read the whole thing or John McCain will win the election and draft everyone under the age of 40.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Thursday, February 21, 2008

2 Toons. That's all Folks. Tomorrow should be better.

Ze first toon was found here on the internetz.






John Branch
San Antonio Express News
Feb 21, 2008

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

So many Toons So Little Time for the Clintons

The first toon is classic and comes from zis place. I found it at the site of the Tribune of Chicagobama.







Gary Varvel
Indianapolis Star
Feb 20, 2008

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Monday, February 18, 2008

Toons Number Three.





Randy Bish
Tribune-Review
Feb 18, 2008



Jeff Darcy
The Plain Dealer
Feb 18, 2008

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Two Toons are worthy. The others aren't even Totally Gay for the USA(see earlier post)

The second toon can be found at the twisted website located here.


Totally Gay For the US of A

found this over at the blog of one Andy Sullivan which is linked on this page somewhere......I would tell you where...........but that would be wrong.......

Friday, February 15, 2008

Truer Words May Never Have Been Written about Billary Clinton and the Campaign of Doom

Read it all or your toes will get some weird tropical disease and fall off only to be eaten by a alligator who likes sentences that run on an d on and on.

Though it is increasingly unlikely, Clinton may still have a path to the nomination -- and what a path it is. She merely has to puncture the balloon of Democratic idealism; sully the character of a good man; feed racial tensions within her party; then eke out a win with the support of unelected superdelegates, thwarting the hopes of millions of new voters who would see an inspiring young man defeated by backroom arm-twisting and arcane party rules.

Unlikely -- but it would be a fitting contribution to the Clinton legacy of monumental selfishness.

SuperDonkey and more toons to Brighten your Miserable Lives




Gordon Campbell
Inland Valley Bulletin
Feb 15, 2008



Dick Locher
Chicago Tribune
Feb 15, 2008



Mike Keefe
Denver Post
Feb 15, 2008



John Cole
Scranton Times/Tribune
Feb 15, 2008



Clay Bennett
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Feb 15, 2008



Rob Tornoe
Politicker / Press of …
Feb 15, 2008



Gary Varvel
Indianapolis Star
Feb 15, 2008



David Horsey
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Feb 15, 2008



Ron Rogers
South Bend Tribune
Feb 15, 2008



Bruce Plante
Tulsa World
Feb 15, 2008