What's Mallard raving about today?
These days, not wanting to bomb a country into the stone age is seen as weakness, apparently.It's almost like that other hand is there to point out where the word balloon is. Hey, Tinsley's already shown time and again that he thinks his readers are total morons. I wouldn't put it past him.
I'm not sure what Mallard's point is.75% of those missiles in the photo are real. The fake covers a fourth failed missile.If the comic is meant to make fun of Obama for claiming to be tough on fake missiles, it falls woefully short in light of the fact that Iran's photos are still very real, and photoshopped in existing elements from the photos to cover a failure which makes it more likely to be real.
I think folks are missing Tinsley's point.Surely he wouldn't criticizing the use of Photoshop to fabricate evidence.Setting aside Tinsley's own propensity for fabrication (e.g. see Tuesday's strip) Tinsley's triumvirate of heroes (W/Cheney/Rove) have spent several years (and, by extension, hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of lives) fabricating the evidence for the US invasion of Iraq.So far as I can see the only thing that make sense is that Tinsley must consider the use of Photoshop to be amateurish by these high standards.
... Senator McCain pledged today to figure out soon how to turn his computer on."Photoshop? What's that? I still haven't figured out how to use the Google."
Tinz - Barack Obama isn't president.We still have one in office, perhaps you've heard of him?
There is no conceivable way that Obama's could be holding his hand at that angle in relation to his head unless he's supposed to be double-jointed at the elbow or something.
No possessive. Obviously.
This joke works WAY better with McCain, who has been rattling the saber at Iran for their nuclear weapons program. Iran puts up a fake threat, you show McCain responding in kind.I don't see how it works for Obama.
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