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Saturday, December 22, 2012

That damned Future

What's Mallard raving about today?

Christmas, The Future

Hey, Christmas Warrior? Why are you saying "holidays" yourself if you're such an ideological purist?

Serious question: Are Fox News viewers actually this dumb?

5 comments:

Frank Stone said...

Keep telling yourself that, Bruce. If you repeat it enough times, it just might become real. Try wishing really hard. Maybe click your heels together three times and chant, "There IS a war on Christmas... There IS a war on Christmas..."

CW in LA said...

Evidence suggests that, yes, Fox News viewers really are that dumb. The sot who draws the duck cartoon definitely is.

MartyRotten said...

"..as a result of her indictment and suspension, the teacher was made to turn in her firearm pending results of the trial and has been tempoarily dismissed from the NRA mandated firearms training until such time as she will be reinstated to her teaching post..."

Randy Winn said...

There's all kinds of stupid. Some Fox viewers are smart enough to hold down jobs, but as a rule, they aren't very good at jobs that don't require obeying what a Man In A Suit tells them. That's why there are very few conservative creative artists and almost no conservative scientists, but there are LOTS on conservatives doing menial jobs.

The few conservative "intellectuals" are just running a con on the rubes. You can tell by the way that, for example, the NRA backed the presidential candidate who actually signed a gun ban against the candidate who loosened gun carry laws.

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The whole "War On Christmas" thing should remind us that it all started during the dark days of 1942, when, in response to the Axis attack on America, Bing Crosby released "Happy Holidays". Let others fight Nazis ... Bing was fighting Christmas Itself!!!!111111

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

Today's lavish drawing, featuring a character he can and does draw in his sleep behind a handsome foreground created with a state-of-the-art ruler is another salvo in Tinsley's ongoing war on cartooning.