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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Those damned Teabaggers

What's Mallard raving about today?

Teabaggers, Politicians, The Media.

Quite a little seld-important fantasy world Mallard lives in.

16 comments:

GeoX said...
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GeoX said...

What kind of half-assed "costume" is that? If he really wants to sell the teabagger effect, he needs some racist birfer signage.

Anonymous said...

A real teabagger wouldn't celebrate Halloween. After all, taking candy from those who have candy and giving it to those who don't is most assuredly nazi communism.

exanonymous said...

And in turn, apparently all you have to do to scare the far right is dress up as a nurse giving the H1N1 vaccine or OnStar.

Which would sadly be a good deal scarier to them than protesters were to the media who gave them more coverage than the same-sized GLBT movement march.

As for politicians, it isn't really scarey for them. It's not the first and it's not the last protest movement. No one got shot, fire hosed, blasted with noise, arrested, or any of those signs of a gov't trying to shut a protest down.

exanonymous said...

I should add though that marching around with that sign about "morans" would be an amusing costume.

The stupidity there was a little scarey.

Tog said...

If you really want to strike terror into the heart of a neocon, dress up as a military recruiter on a draft board.

Again the content is boring and FAIL, so I'll just snark at the poor quality of the artwork. Coloring aside, is that supposed to be Mallard's girlfriend Chantel? (You know, the one he can't decide if he wants to f*ck or kill HAW HAW HAW!) And speaking of HAW HAW, lookit them Jews run! That 'un done broke the border! HAW HAW!

Bruce, this is an atypically rational exchange involving a teabagger:

TEABAGGER: Why does you wanta kill my gran-mama?

REPRESENTATIVE: Nobody wants to kill your grandmother. Death panels are pure fiction. We're seeking to provide more options so that everyone has access to vital services.

TEABAGGER: Oh.

REPRESENTATIVE: Did you have any other questions?

TEABAGGER: Yes. Why does you wanta kill my gran-mama, you dirty Nazi?

...Okay, Bruce? Nobody's afraid of teabaggers until they threaten to form a mob and start killing people, or brandish firearms at a town hall. Your side is the one that still monitors the Terror Alert Color daily and screams for the police every time they see someone "dusky" buying a PlayStation.

Miserable cowards, one and all.

Kip W said...

That's pretty creative. He's dressed up as over two thousand protesters.

When he sits around the house, he really sits around the house!

dlauthor said...

And when he shows pictures of his costume to his friends* later, it'll actually be photos of a completely different, much-better-attended Halloween party that someone else threw years ago.

(Anyway, all those people are probably running in fear because they just realized that Mallard is an ugly, four-foot-tall human-avian mutant that stinks of scotch and eleven-year-old boys.)


* I know, I know, but play along here.

rewinn said...

Today's "comic" features "up to 2 million" teabaggers!

(Because THE PHRASE "UP TO" CLEARLY INCLUDES THE NUMBER "NOUGHT")

rewinn said...

A costume that would REALLY frighten most Americans:

a health insurer!

You could go around denying health care because of pre-existing conditions, like having had acne, or being a cop or an expectant father.

CW in LA said...

Hey, if I thought someone was mentally unstable and likely carrying a firearm, I'd want to get the hell away from them too.

Michael said...

Come on, a protester carrying a sign that says, "Tea-party protester"? Not even Mallard would be that bout of touch; it probably displayed something virulently racist until the editor changed it.

Michael said...

Er, did I just type "bout of touch"? Sounds like a tickling contest.

Michael said...

... or something Mallard would get into with Li'l Rush.

wv: lyehad: A Muslim's sacred duty to clean drains and ovens

I hate chuck asay said...

Ironically, when Tinsley dresses up in Halloween blackface, he does not scare the other Republicans.

Jazzbumpa said...

Michael -

I used those bagger shots on my blog.