What's Mallard raving about today?
So Tinsley's trying to say that any company that did not take a bailout, or was never offered a bailout, is the "wave of the future?" Is that it?...Those bailouts that have been paid back, with interest? Those bailouts with the biggest tits in the world?(BONG)START AGAIN.(Tinsley, dressed as clown with hideous fake teeth, leans into shot and waves)Do I really need to point out that in this analogy, the bailouts saved the damn dinosaurs (and all those jobs), while all lot of the little "mammals" didn't make it?Do I really need to point out the irony of Batshit planting his personal-trademark Ignoramus' Smirk of False Superiority on a f**king rat?Do I really need to point out (as so many have already done before me) that Batshit himself is "bailed out" on a daily basis by wrong-wing welfare by filling a quota for the not-liberal-at-all media? That if he were left strictly to his own devices he would have been dumped decades ago?Does anyone need to be reminded that the no-bid contracts of our two quagmires cost us more than the bailouts (to questionable-at-best benefit), and Batshit didn't make a peep until Junior Bush was out the office door?
@Tog, it seems that self-awareness is not one of Bruce Tinsley's strong suits./understatement of the year...
Can you imagine what it must be like to be Brucie's editor?"Jesus, boss! Did you see the nonsensical, idiotic crap that Tinsley turned in this week??""Keep that shit away from me. I don't even want to know. Just cut him his damn check." (pops another antacid)
What kind of commie dinosaur said "What Is Good For GM Is Good For America?"President Eisenhower Secretary of Defense, Charles “Engine Charlie” Wilson! Today GM is the #1 auto producer in the world, which is a pretty helluva turnaround and really good for America, badly drawn pictures of a rat notwithstanding, which raises the question: why does Brews Tinshley hate America?
@Frank Stone, I've expressed this opinion before and I'll probably express it again, but I think the only purpose served by Tinsley's editor is to block strips in which he outright says something legally actionable, as opposed to just smarmily implying it the way he does most of the time.
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