What's Mallard raving about today?
While I join you in trying to figure out what the heck Brews thinks he means, I'll encourage everyone to marvel at the extraordinarily clunky phrasing of "my healthcare's individual mandate." Makes me think Tinsh could have been an outstanding absurdist poet if he hadn't wrecked his mind with booze and wingnut ideology.
There's no earthly way of knowingWhich direction we are goingThere's no knowing where we are rowingOr which way the river's flowing
I think the "double-edged sword" he's talking about is his chin, which is the only sharp thing you'll ever see in this strip.
The idea here is that only "conservatives" care about the Constitution, which is pretty inconvenient when they become cheerleaders for torture, or for stopping the state of Florida from picking its electors, or for declaring legal fictions to be people.The CONstitution: it only counts when it's interpreted in support of fascism.
Haha! It's funny because...Oh wait, it isn't funny at all.If you're going to write a "comic" that doesn't make a point, couldn't it at least be funny?Nevermind, that's a pretty high bar for Drunky McDrunkerton.
Right wingers pretend that the Constitution consists entirely of one Amendment, the Second one.So nice timing again, "Bruceman: The Dipshit Boozes."
Yay, even Tinshley acknowledges that Obamacare is constitutional! That should be the last we hear of it out of him then, right?Meanwhile, tomorrow is three weeks from the beginning of July. You think the new month might have jogged his memory about certain important patriotic holidays?Me neither.
Why is a roasted parsnip reading a newspaper and glaring at me...?
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