What's Mallard raving about today?
It's funny, because somebody thinks Reagan could even be nominated today. Pinko!
Yeah, Reagan's bullshit under a veneer of likability would be ripped to shreds these days. Truly, he was the greatest of mediocre presidents.
The Democrats have already all but nominated the candidate that is closest to Reagan, in policy, attitude and just about everything else.However, Ronnie's mental illnesses and willingness to be lead by a fortuneteller is still up for grabs!
I always thought this "eleventh commandment" bullshit was the ultimate in "party over country".
Ah, good, it's Batshit's semi-annual "balance" strips in which he criticizes Republicans. (Last time, IIRC, was the batch attacking John McCain; before that, the iconically-ironic accusation that Junior Bush was spending "like a drunken Democrat.")Like the strips in which Batshit pretends to honor veterans or be a practicing Christian, it's strictly for show.Meanwhile, Mallard's floatin' and splayin'. Again. You'd think one of these days they'd save three bucks a month by replacing Batshit with a simple immigrant who knows how to copypaste. (They're probably afraid they'd end up with Chris Muir, rather than a quality copypaster like the guy who pieces together Mark Trail strips.)
I've no idea what the 11th Commandment is, but if it's "Thou shalt not suck out loud," I know a very sinful cartoonist.
I've always felt that there should have been an 11th commandment, "Thou shalt not be a dick." There, too, Brews would be very sinful.
Oh. That is a bullshit commandment. They've had way too many debates already, but we can all agree that that is the point.We have primary races which means party members knocking the other.I don't get the joke. Is it that Mallard holds the GOP field to impossible standards?
The punchline was totally incomprehensible until I googled "eleventh commandment Reagan" and discovered that it was the name of a campaign strategy from forty-five years ago.
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