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By Vicki_in_Greece, January 13, 2012 at 12:34 am Link to this comment
Oh, yeah, I see what you mean!
By heterochromatic, January 12, 2012 at 2:37 pm Link to this comment
galeww~~~ maybe your problem is that you aren’t able to understand that when I
say that they’re telling the geeks who vote in GOP primaries what they want to
hear,,,,,,, that it shitsure doesn’t mean that I’m happy to hear it.
hope that helps keep you from cackling, kid.
By objective observer, January 12, 2012 at 1:56 pm Link to this comment
the funny part? they get the “progressives” with their “open minds” panties in twist. that is down right hilarious…
By galeww, January 12, 2012 at 11:35 am Link to this comment
I’m not sure which gave me the bigger laugh—the cartoon itself or Heterochomatic’s response to it. A gallow’s laugh is better than no laugh at all.
According to Hetero, the white millionaire’s are giving GOPer’s exactly what they want—war mongoring, repression, anti-science, anti poor, anti gay, anti labor, anti-Ist Amendment, anti—well, gee, anti everything that isn’t white bread Christian dogma. When the earth reaches the tipping point in over population, when water becomes scarce or undrinkable, when the air is too polluted to breathe, the GOPer’s will be long gone and hello—wake up—Hetero—no one with trumpets and angels will come to save your grandchildren. If you acted now, you could change their fate, but you won’t. In my book, that’s beyond a pity—it’s a sin.
By doublestandards/glasshouses, January 12, 2012 at 11:08 am Link to this comment
No one can get the republican nomination without being contemptuous of all civilized behavior. Whomever does win it will then have to pay some attention to how normal human beings feel about these issues. For instance, normal human beings, as opposed to republicans, don’t like the idea of letting people die for lack of health insurance so they’ll have to do some double talk on that issue in the general election which is open to people with hearts, minds, and human emotions, not just republicans.
By Eric L. Prentis, January 12, 2012 at 7:07 am Link to this comment
Republican voters’ focus groups must be ginning up these wedge issues. Perhaps cartoonists should make fun of the process, not the result.
By heterochromatic, January 11, 2012 at 3:58 pm Link to this comment
perhaps the cartoonist would do better to realize that these the thing isn’t funny at
all and that these things are what the people who vote in Republican primaries
WANT them to say.
it’s a funny world .....until it isn’t.
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