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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Those damned Accusations

What's Mallard raving about today?

Santa Claus, Reindeer, Sexual Harassment

Your defense of Herman Cain is that everyone is guilty of Sexual Harassment and has just not been accused yet? Really? That's what you're going with?

That's almost as good as Cain's defense that an infinite number of women could accuse him, but only a handful have, so as a percentage he's quite a noble guy.

Truly astounding, the way the Modern Conservative "mind" works.


Marion Delgado said...

This is the same principled stand Bruce took during the Clinton era.

Bill the Splut said...

Some little kids are going to see reindeer and read this strip today. They'll find out that Santa molests women. The same guy who's going to sneak into their house while they sleep. Way to steal Christmas from them, Bruce Grinchley!

Kip W said...

It just proves that Santa is a Republican. Because, gosh, everybody does it! (Why, I'm molesting a couple of women as I write this.) But for some crazy reason, chicks only come forward and accuse Republicans. Probably because only Republicans truly care about this great nation, and chicks are agents of Satan, and determined to bring down all that is good and fine and job creating.

(Ha ha! Rudolph and Bluenose. They must be Santa's turn signals.)

Steve-O said...

There is a high probability that Santa is not a Republican. I mean, come on, he's not a closeted homosexual fighting against equal rights for gays.

Steve-O said...

And why is "come forward" in quotation marks, does Tinsley noy believe that's what they're doing? What kind of reprehensible asshole takes the side of a person like Herman Cain over several courageous women?

rewinn said...

...kind of reprehensible asshole takes the side of a person like Herman Cain over several courageous women?

The kind too stupid to realize that Cain's campaign would be two weeks dead by the time this "comic" sees print?

Tog said...

How The Conservative "Mind" Works:

Newt Gingrich on Sunday hammered at the nation’s judiciary system, saying that if a court’s decision was out of step with American popular opinion, it should be ignored.

There’s "no reason the American people need to tolerate a judge that out of touch with American culture," Gingrich said on CBS’ Face the Nation, referring to a case where a judge ruled that explicit references to religion were barred from a high school graduation ceremony. And Gingrich recently has said judges should have to explain some of their decisions before Congress.

Host Bob Schieffer asked Gingrich how he planned to enforce that. Would you call in the Capitol Police to apprehend a federal judge, he asked.

"If you had to," Gingrich said. "Or you’d instruct the Justice Department to send the U.S. Marshall in."

Godwin's Law is officially obsolete. Gingy thinks judges can freely appoint presidents (as long as they're Republicans), but should be arrested for enforcing the Constitution to the offense of popular opinion and his phony "culture."

Frank Stone said...

Bruce Timely strikes again.

Next week: "jokes" about crotch photos!

Frank Stone said...

Holy moley -- I just saw today's "Doonesbury". Turns out Garry Trudeau mined the same vein Brucie did. Difference is, he managed to do it in a way that was actually insightful and funny. But then, that's always the case, isn't it?

Anonymous said...

Again offends many Americans as a spokesperson (or duck) for the Republicans. Keep it up!


Rootbeer said...

Garry Trudeau put more effort into just the two throwaway panels of that Sunday Doonesbury than Bruce Tinsley put into the entire last week of Mallard Fillmore.

Are there really newspapers that run the two strips side-by-side on the Editorial page? That has to be a nightmare of layout aesthetics.

DiR said...

@rootbeer, the paper here runs them side by side on the comics page. It also runs Pluggers, which just seams redundant to me.

Kip W said...

I seem to have left out a "not" in my first sentence up there. I'm sure everybody was worried about that. Right?