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Friday, September 17, 2010

That damned Presidency

What's Mallard raving about today?

President Obama, Hillary Clinton.

Having failed at the "rivalry with Hillary will cost Obama the 2008 election," Mallard comes to the conclusion that "rivalry with Hillary will cost Obama the 2012 election" is a winner.


Tog said...

Batshit appears to be in pure "flail" mode, trying to convince us (and himself) that the Tea Party Express cannot fail...when, in fact, the GOP tumbles into greater disarray with every hour.

Rush and Turdblossom are up each other's asses over a candidate who thinks secret genetic experiments have succeeded in giving mice human brains, while Ann Coulter and WorldNetDaily attack each other over taking money from Americans they wish would die horribly.

McCain may have beaten J.D. "Man on Horse" Hayworth, but there's still loads of insanity going on out there. "Train wreck" doesn't BEGIN to describe what's coming.

dlauthor said...

There is not enough booze in the world to assuage Tinshley's rage in November 2012. I can hardly wait.

Kip W said...

Still, you have to admire the plucky determination with which this doughty little fighter picks his failed jokes up out of the gutter where they fell lifeless, spits on them and wipes them on his pants and sends them back out again to... wait. Actually you don't have to admire it. Come to think of it, it's sort of contemptible. Just forget I said anything, okay?

Rootbeer said...

No comment, other than to point out that the inking on Mallard's head is even worse than usual, in both panels.

rewinn said...

I'm with rootbeer. Today's "comic" is even lazier than ever.

Two duck heads, badly done. Lots o' text.

Why does anyone *pay* for this? One suspects that few actually do.

Steve-O said...

Earth to Mallard, Earth to Mallard, Hillary is NOT, I repeat, NOT going to run for president in 2012.

Oh, who the hell am I kidding? When have the facts ever mattered to Tinsley?

Frank Stone said...

What? Seriously: What??

Huffing glue now, are we, Brucie?

Kaitlyn said...

You know, one would assume that a cold would help me understand this "comic." One would be wrong.

Yesterday, I literally went blank when asked a question.

Thinking was too hard.

But even in that state, I doubt I made less sense than this "comic."