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Friday, September 07, 2012

That damned Plan

What's Mallard raving about today?


Whereas in the Republican plan you give all the roots, berries, and Woolly Mammoths to the 1%, and claim that will mean more for everyone. Amazingly, when put into practice, this results in running out in 2 years instead of 5.


Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

Life's a zero-sum game to the Republicans, at least once you factor out the 90% that goes to upkeep on the .01% and their private Disneylands.

But maybe you can get a temp job picking up Rafalca's shit.

Frank Stone said...

CONSERVATIVES, The Early Years....

"Under my plan, I keep all the roots, berries, and woolly mammoths for myself... but if I happen to drop any, maybe some of you won't starve!"

"Yippie!! Yahoo! YAAAYY! Woohoo!!... Wait, what??"

wordsmith said...

This reminds me of an old Gahan Wilson panel of 3 men starving in a rowboat and one says to another, "I don't understand it, Captain. Equal shares of food and water for all, and those 2 thrive, while we 3 wither away!" Then you notice the speaker is referring to another man who's quite healthy-looking...and his ventriloquist dummy.

I have nothing to add but "Spot-on, Davey K.!"

rewinn said...

Meanwhile, in the real world, Democratic Presidents create more jobs than Republican presidents.

Reality is a better guide to making wise decisions than any number of caveman cartoons.

D Johnston said...

A joke about five-year plans? Wow, this really is the stone age.

And clearly, the conservative answer is to take the traditional route - give everything to families that already have a lot, in the hopes that one of them will produce a Great Person who'll save everyone. Very medieval.