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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

That damned Debate

What's Mallard raving about today?

President Obama

This is fabulously disingenuous (e.g., a lie) considering that, when placed in it's actual context, what President Obama said was that while the economy was struggling, the private sector was doing better than the public sector as a result of Republican cut-backs in public spending.

Also, considering the flip-flopping Etch-a-Sketch the Republicans have chosen as their standard barrier, it's a wonder Mallard is not being struck by lightning for the egregiousness of his lies.

9 comments:

Neo Tuxedo said...

it's a wonder Mallard is not being struck by lightning for the egregiousness of his lies.

To paraphrase Bill Watterson, it's hard to be religious when certain people never get their tongues torn raw and bleeding from their lie-holes by eagles made of lightning that are on fire.

Anonymous said...

Quotes taken out of context, from a political ad that had quotes taken out of context.
DW

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

Well, at least Mallard's not in this. Oh, wait, there he is. He just forgot how to draw him.

Frank Stone said...

Oh, yeah -- that was about three weeks ago, wasn't it? I'd almost forgotten. Probably because I, like most of the rest of the country, had moved on.

Maybe next, Mallard can report how Obama said, "If we keep talking about the economy, we're going to lose" -- conveniently ignoring that Obama was quoting John McCain. In 2008.

And Mallard's new hairstyle (featherstyle?) is proving to be of greater interest than the strip itself. Today, it looks like the feathers on top of his head are growing back. Is there a story here? if so, it would be the closest thing to character development that Mallard has experienced in his entire existence.

rewinn said...

A billion dollars spent on political campaigns “do not give rise to corruption or the appearance of corruption” said corporate whore Anthony Kennedy of the Supreme Corporate; this a remark could be made only by a man who was very stupid or very corrupt; I've met him - he's not stupid.

And when the Supreme Court of Montana provided pages of evidence of actual corruption, he ignored it and sold us all again.

With "Mallard Fillmore", Bruce Tinshley is just kissing up to the money boys in the hope they'll p1ss money on him. It may trickle down, but it's not good for you, son, and it's not good for your children.

DiR said...

Okay, here comes this guy.
I wouldn't do that! Would you?
Watch out now, you little do-dad!
Boy this sure is a bad comic, won't you?

Neo Tuxedo said...

It really is, DiR.

Will that internets be carry-out or delivery?

dlauthor said...

Can I just point out that, three weeks from now, we're probably going to see some pretty spectacularly inaccurate strips, even by Mallard's standards?

Anonymous said...

So he spends a week on the Green Lantern and a day on Obama. Good to see where his priorities are.