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You Can’t Lose! Well… You Can

Cartoonist Ruben Bolling takes us to a magical place where the high-rollers never lose:

The Corporate Casino

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So Many Regrets

Five years later, neocons discuss their regretsPolitical cartoonist Tom Tomorrow gives us neocon regrets after five years of war in Iraq.

The beat goes on.

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Break the Cycle

Via Cartoon Brew, this may be the real story of humanity.

It’s tough to break the cycle. Just look at Mr. Gandhi, Dr. King, Mr. Christ…

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Wise and Powerful

Super Delegate: He came to save them from Democracy!Cartoonist Ruben Bolling brings us the thrilling story of Super Delegate.

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Queen of All Media

Oh, my God — Mary Worth is… Hillary Clinton!

Mary Worth: I'm too busy to worry about giving the wrong advice.

“My one weakness is that I care too much.”

Update: It has been observed that Mary’s “I’m too busy doing stuff to worry whether I’m right or wrong” sounds more like George W. Bush than Hillary Clinton. I can’t deny it. The thing in the second panel about “a successful track record of helping people,” though — how could that be Bush?

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Bush? Library?

bush_library.jpgOver at All Hat No Cattle they’re talking about the George W. Bush Presidential Library:

The Library will include:

The Hurricane Katrina Room, which is still under construction.

The Alberto Gonzales Room, where you can’t remember anything.

The Texas Air National Guard Room, where you don’t have to even show
up.

The Walter Reed Hospital Room, where they don’t let you in.

The Guantanamo Bay Room, where they don’t let you out.

The Weapons of Mass Destruction Room (Which no one has been able to
find).

The Iraq War Room. After you complete your first tour, they make you to
go back for a second, third, fourth, and sometimes fifth tours.

The Dick Cheney Room, in the famous undisclosed location, complete with
shooting gallery.

The Mike Luckovich cartoon sums it up pretty well.

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Romance, Republican Style

Via Wired, the Republican Party’s version of Valentine’s Day cards.

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You know, I think this explains more about Republican worries about marriage than gay marriage ever did.

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Age and Agenda

keefe-agenda.jpgThe voters have their own agenda in this cartoon by Denver Post cartoonist Mike Keefe.

Keefe also addresses the issue of John McCain’s age, but I don’t think his age is the issue.

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Message from Sam

Wrap it up, GeorgePolitical cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz observed George W. Bush’s final State of the Union address with an urgent message from Uncle Sam.

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Incoming!

Barack Obama told the editorial board of the Reno Journal Gazette that “I think Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that, you know, Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not.”

Now, Bill Clinton talks trajectories in a cartoon by Don Asmussen:

Falling Spy Satellite to Hit Obama

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That Was the Year That Was

Cartoonist Tom Tomorrow reviews 2007.

Part 1 and Part 2:

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Well, 2008 is a new year. Maybe things will be better this year. Hope — foolish, foolish hope — springs eternal.

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Christmas Through the Years

jot-christmas.gifThe Joy of Tech examines the differences between Christmases past and present.

(Even I am not such an old fogey as to believe that Christmas past was quite that idyllic.)

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Secret Origins of U.S. Policy

Cheney Role ModelOver at Boing Boing, Jay Kinney shows us a page from a 1952 comic book that predicts today’s Bush-Cheney mideast policies.

It was all there in T-Man #3, 55 years ago! Perhaps Cheney read this comic in his youth and just bided his time until he was in a position to actualize it in real life.

Let me guess — when Cheney was young, the kids used to call him Mr. Glass.

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A Really Bad Idea

I'm going to light that fuse.Cartoonist D.C. Simpson drew this.

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Mac vs. PC, South Park Style

Mac vs. PC ad parody with South Park-style animation. (This is not done by the creators of South Park.)