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Saturday, October 13, 2012

That damned Law

What's Mallard raving about today?

Chevy Volt, Health Care

I see what you did there.

3 weeks ago, I am sure Mallard was feeling very, very pleased with himself, based on what he believes to be utter cleverness.

Interestingly, however, Mallard seems unfazed by the fact that long-standing Federal Law requiring all drivers to carry Auto Insurance tends to contradict whatever point he thinks he just made and is far more apt a comparison than an invented Law to require everyone to buy a specific model of car.

But, you know, very clever. Clap. Clap. Clap.

7 comments:

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

It's just copy-and-paste clip art now, isn't it? At some point he drew the car, and that would be its iconic representation from then on, world without end, amen. And every day, clip-art Mallard and clip-art car will be there in the same pose, with new clip-art talking-point dialog in the balloons. I don't know if he's trying to be David Lynch or Bill Griffith, but he's still all Tinsley.

Neo Tuxedo said...

"The [duck] who is so angry he cannot move. He cannot eat. He cannot sleep. He can just barely [quack]. Bound so tightly with tension and anger, he approaches the state of rigor mortis."

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

"That's Our Mallard!!"

Frank Stone said...

"Mallard seems unfazed by the fact that long-standing Federal Law requiring all drivers to carry Auto Insurance tends to contradict whatever point he thinks he just made and is far more apt a comparison than an invented Law to require everyone to buy a specific model of car."


Exactly. But maybe next, Mallard can tell us how the requirement to buy auto insurance is a "government takeover" of the auto industry. Y'know, just to make the meandering, misshapen circle complete.

Bill the Splut said...

So, Made-Up Volt Law is like the Horrible Must Buy Insurance provision to the Affordable Care Act? Added by Republicans just so they can later try to get it declared unconstitutional?

Anonymous said...

"Mallard seems unfazed by the fact that long-standing Federal Law requiring all drivers to carry Auto Insurance " Huh, what law? This is an asinine statement even for this blog.

Tog said...

Yes, Anon, "Huh, what law?" is indeed an asinine statement, even compared to other asinine statements posted on this blog by Anon.

I'm so happy we could agree on something!