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Saturday, July 18, 2009

That damned TV

What's Mallard raving about today?

The Media, President Obama

I have no idea, unlike Mallard, who Jon and Kate are.

But I want to remind you that Mallard thinks Michael Jackson fans have no life.

9 comments:

Tog said...

I don't watch their show, but I do know who (and what) Jon and Kate are.

Does anybody remember how absolutely enraged Mallard would get when George W. Bush got a five-to-six-year free pass from most of the U.S. media, just for letting America suffer a major terrorist attack?

Yeah, neither do I.

Michael said...

Hey, DaveyK, it's Dale and Marlene Shemp! With the downsizing in this tough economy, there's only room for one shitty cartoon: Mallard Fillmore and Dinette Set must merge!

wv: contra. uuddlrlrabbas

exanonymous said...

I have heard the names refered to before. That's about it.

anoupbob said...

There's something vaguely sad about this running on the day Walter Cronkite died.

Hibryd said...

I'm going to patiently wait for Mallard to give some actual examples of the media's "slobbering love affair" with Obama, examples where you couldn't easily draw a parallel to Bush's lax media treatment.

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(checks watch)

Hey, didn't Palin quit two weeks ago?

Frank Stone said...

I hope Brucie is sufficiently grateful for Obama's election -- after all, it's enabled him to turn his one-joke strip ("Liberals are dumb! Hur-hur! Hur-hur!") into a two-joke strip ("Liberals are dumb! And the media's in love with Obama! Hur-hur! Hur-hur!").

I know, those aren't actually jokes except in the minds of Brucie and his ilk, but still ...

rewinn said...

"The Media" is printing this lousy strip in a blatant attempt to make the reichwing look like a pack of angry, impotent know-nothings too stupid to understand the difference between global warming and ozone depletion.

What greater gift could Obama want?

Buggernutty said...

Turns out Obama IS concerned about the comics page, after all.

Jazzbumpa said...

anoupbob -

Actually, there's something profonidly sad about this running on the day ANYBODY died.