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Thursday, August 04, 2011

That damned Gold

What's Mallard raving about today?


Yeah, well, stop watching Glenn Beck, then.

The irony here is that Mallard favors the party representing never-ending tax cuts to the wealthiest people in America and cuts to programs for the Poor and Middle Class.

And sees no contradiction between any of this.


rewinn said...

Mallard Fillmore competes with The Born Loser, ineffectively yet ironically.

CW in LA said...

Woooo, guest crotch today.

DiR said...

The TV's at work are on Fox News. EVERY commercial break has an ad trying to convince people to buy gold. Give em the old razzle dazzle, indeed.

deepbeep said...

I think this was originally intended to be a political cartoon, but was turned into a Born Loser once the cartoonist realized he knows nothing about economics.

Anonymous said...

Eeew, male camel-toe.

Steve-O said...

Guest TV watcher
Terribly inane bullshit
Bruce mailing it in.

Anonymous said...

Breaking News: Fox News #1 Cable News Network for 115th Consecutive Month, Beats MSNBC And CNN Combined.

The liberals claim FOX sucks! But what do they know, they voted for Obama.

CW in LA said...

Wooo, even the Trolls For Hire are phoning it in.

Frank Stone said...

Hey, everybody! Eat shit! A hundred billion flies can't be wrong!

DiR said...

By Annon's logic, McDonalds serves the best food in the world.
Can't imagine why people think Fox News viewers are dumb.

Steve-O said...

Anonytroll should know
Popularity does not
Equal accuracy.

David in NYC said...


In fancier words:

"An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it." -- Mohandas Gandhi

WV: clodyer. Even more of a clod, often used to describe people like Brewski.

Kip W said...

FOX News is relevant to this discussion, since they're the #1 provider of ads urging you to put everything you have into either gold or motorized wheelchairs.

Steve-O said...

@David, yeah that's nice, but mine was a Haiku!

Kip W said...

One, two, three, four, five,
Six, seven, eight — how many?
Seventeen? It's haiku!