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Obama on violence…

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Michael Ramirez says with  one drawing  what it would take pages of punditry to explain.

 

 

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Written by timeforthorns

April 29, 2015 at 11:48 pm

Real deflated balls…

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And they all belong to His Oneness.   Michael Ramirez uses pen and ink to show  the stack  of failures,  which should be Obama’s legacy.

 

 

Written by timeforthorns

January 24, 2015 at 11:55 pm

Under control…

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The GOP’s weekly address was by Lee Zeldin,  the Republican candidate for New York’s First Congressional District (Long Island),  and it’s fine,  but the real reason for this link is to the stellar Michael   Ramirez cartoon  above the text.

Written by timeforthorns

October 18, 2014 at 11:40 pm

Weekly remarks…

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First we have His Oneness repeating his  litany of lies  about the great state of the economy,  and that raising the minimum wage will solve the few remaining problems in the economy.

Then we have senatorial candidate and former senator Scott Brown speaking for the Republicans and  making sense.

Both links feature a cartoon by the incomparable Michael Ramirez, so have a look at them even if you don’t read the comments.

 

Written by timeforthorns

October 11, 2014 at 11:37 pm

Benghazi explained…

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Michael Ramirez tells us what  we need  to know about Benghazi.

 

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May 17, 2014 at 10:16 am

Phony scandals…

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If you didn’t see Lucianne.com’s home page yesterday,  the graphic below offered the perfect rejoinder to both His

Oneness and his chief press flack.   Thanks to Michael Ramirez,  who  drew it  so skillfully.

Written by timeforthorns

July 28, 2013 at 10:18 am

Mud flats media…

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Big media has  nearly abandoned all  pretense at objectivity,  to the point where even liberals are taking notice.  It’s apparent even in Germany,  which has a long history of journalists  trading independence  for access.   I mean,  it’s really bad when Howard Kurtz  allows the possibility  of media being soft on Democrats to cross his mind.

I think  this cartoon by  Michael Ramirez encapsulates the truth nicely.

If you don’t know what mud flats smell like,  it’s hard to describe,  but imagine a gas station bathroom mixed with dead fish and bird droppings…

Written by timeforthorns

September 9, 2012 at 11:45 pm