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Tuesday, November 08, 2011

That damned Experience

What's Mallard raving about today?


Oh,'s not even fun making sport at such a feeble effort.


Tog said...

Batshit has years of experience being paid a pittance to churn out this crap while leeching off a liberal. Why isn't HE running for President?

Tog said...

And if Mallard Fillmore's suction is getting you down, check out Grimmy's "Corporations Are People Too" strips.

Ah, competent cartooning with an actual sense of humor...

CW in LA said...


Anonymous said...

Oh, I get it. The liberal hunters and gatherers, the working class, are being stiffed again. Have the Republicans really been stealing from the poor to give to the rich for that long? Which once again brings up the truth that the GOP needs to own up to the big mess, or budget deficit, created by Bush. Need to pay that off, (call it the Bush War Tax) and THEN cut taxes so that our great-grandchildren don't have to keep paying for it.

rewinn said...

Today Ohio goes to the polls, to crush a conservative attack on working people.

Conservative out-of-state money and resources has poured in to try and persuade Ohioans that they need lower pay.

But who didn't get asked to help? Who is not providing a "comic" denouncing unions in particular and working people in general?

Mallard Fillmore: ignored by his own people.

P.S. anyone here in Ohio? Get to the polls - Kasich will try to mess with the tabulation so every vote counts!

Kip W said...

Obviously, the less experience somebody has at actual governance, the better. So a quitter like Palin is good, but somebody who never did anything remotely like holding office must be even better!

Bill the Splut said...

Bruce's caveman ancestor: "Tribe, I am hunting and gathering! I just need to gather some more fermented berries!" (starves to death)

DiR said...

This isn't fun if you don't try, Bruce.

Also, attacking Obama as weak on foreign policy? Yeah, have fun with that.

exanonymous said...


Unfortunately, I forgot to ask for my absentee ballot. But it will be crushed nevertheless.

The thing Mallard doesn't understand about hunger-gatherer society is that it was a true communism. Men hunted and didn't mind sharing with those who didn't. The very concept of property was foreign (and I'm not just talking land), and with some tribes in remote areas, still is. Survival of the tribe trumps personal acquisition of wealth.