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Friday, October 28, 2011

That damned program

What's Mallard raving about today?

Herman Cain

If you want to know what Herman Cain proves, Mallard, it's that Republicans are the party of the ultra-wealthy and that trumps everything else. However, we already knew that.


Frank Stone said...

Having failed to seduce Sarah Palin and Katie Pavlich with his fanboyish love letters disguised as comic strips, Brucie has now moved on to an equally embarrassing man-crush.

So, y'know, good luck with that.

Walter Williams said...

Mallard, I thought we were forever!

You slut!

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dlauthor said...

I'm beginning to have the sneaking suspicion that Tinshley wants to vote for Herman Cain because he's black.

Wait, did I say "vote?" I meant ... something else.

Madpuppy said...

I would love to see Cain get the Republican nomination just to watch the Tea Partiers' heads explode when they realize that no matter who wins in 2012, there's going to a black president.

David in NYC said...

I think Ducky just likes Herman Cain because he has adopted the motto of the strip:

"I don't have facts to back this up."

Musical version here.

Kip W said...

"...may offend those who stereotype African Americans' political leanings."

And who would that be? Oh, yeah: conservatives. I guess this was the annual mild poke at your own side, eh Tinkles?

Steve-O said...

This from the party that has ZERO national office-holders who are African-American. This statistic will be unchanged through 2012.

Bill the Splut said...

I saw my first Cain bumper sticker an hour ago. His slogan is "Cain & Able." With The Base having so many religious nuts, you'd think he wouldn't want to remind them of that biblical name connection. Of course, with the TPers active, maybe "I kill brothers" would work for them...

rewinn said...

Drawing: lazy.

Writing: weak.

The whole point of the Herman Cain campaign is that his corporatist backers can say, "Hey we're not racist; we've hired ourselves a black former Federal Reserve Official to pretend to run for president!" And that's why Tinsley backs Cain/Williams: knowing neither has a chance of winning the election, they can support them in a form of conservative affirmative action.

It's kinda funny but not as funny as the 48 states Obama would carry in an election against Cain.

Meanwhile, the GOP is doing all it can to keep people from voting. Cain is just a distraction.

DiR said...

Way to wait until it's apparent that Cain won't just get trounced into oblivion to start voicing how much you liked him all along, Ducks.

"See? We have a black guy who isn't being laughed out of the room, too! Take THAT liberals!"

Kip W said...

Choosing Obama over Cain in the general election would be even more proof that Democrats are racists!