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  1. myming

    myming said, about 6 years ago

    get it together, nell…

  2. mrdoody

    mrdoody said, about 6 years ago

    You see! This is just totally wrong. Our problem is that BOTH of these dudes just want to stick their hands in poor Nell’s knickers to get her money. They each want to give it away. They just want to give it to different people. What we need is a new guy that will stop spending our money and let us keep what we have earned.

  3. C. A. Brobst

    C. A. Brobst GoComics PRO Member said, about 6 years ago

    And Dudley only won when he got mean and kicked ass.

  4. Simon_Jester

    Simon_Jester said, about 6 years ago

    This really isn’t all that accurate a cartoon, when you think about it: Dudley Do-Right may be clueless, but he’s not spineless.

  5. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 6 years ago

    More like a choice between Mr Magoo and Yosemite Sam. One side needs to unite behind a clearer vision, the other side needs to take a Valium (or maybe their lithium?). One side needs some courage, the other has only Faux courage.

  6. Hans Schaublin

    Hans Schaublin said, about 6 years ago

    Hobson’s choice !

  7. glenardis

    glenardis said, about 6 years ago

    I really do feel sorry for americans. our political choices are just as bad(if not worse) but we are not an empire in rapid decline. we never were ascendant so mediocrity sits well with us.

    Your government, regardless who is elected, is powerless to effect change. Lobby groups, banks, big business, divisiveness essentially neuter your House and Senate. There is no longer any such thing as a unified American, one nation under God. You are totally polarized by dogma, by race, by religion, Your elite are doper athletes, movie stars, and Sarah Palin Your politicians are old and stale. And your country is bankrupt.

    Your middle class has been decimated and your wealthy bank offshore. There is no money left to run your country. Paved roads are being bulldozed to gravel, libraries are closed or sold, your police departments reduced to token forces. Schools now need corporate sponsorship or are forced to reduce hours and shorten weeks.

    You have dropped globally from the nation with the highest number of university graduates to number 15 and your technological ranking is now 9th from first. You have gone from a manufacturing nation to a “service” nation.

    The future must be frightening for you.

  8. Muchadou

    Muchadou said, about 6 years ago

    Very succinctly put Glen, and very accurate too. I only ask: have you spent any significant time in America with her people? (Holidays don’t count.)

    Because what you say about the government (and a very exclusive minority) is spot on. But however young and inexperienced we are as a nation, the vast majority of Americans are hard-working, courageous, generous, thoughtful, inclusive fellow human beings

    We CAN get on peacefully in the world, as 6.6 million Americans living abroad will attest. That’s more than the state of Massachusetts. Please don’t mistake the bombast of a few for the soul of many. 

    Further I feel your post speaks more about humanity as a whole than the USA exclusively. America just happens to be frontrunner in the socio-economic mess we’ve created for ourselves across the planet. Any one of us can stand up to stop it.

    I sincerely hope America will take the lead in changing the global course, steering toward healing rather than greed. But any of our planet’s nations are welcome to do so.

    I, for one, am keeping a proud and watchful eye on Brasil, India, Eastern Europe and most especially Africa. I don’t mind where change comes from as long as the job gets done. 

    Yes, I am American. But first and foremost I am a human being and a global citizen. 

    Who else among us, the world over, is ready to roll up our sleeves and get to work? :))

  9. lonecat

    lonecat said, about 6 years ago

    In the past 500 years, we human beings have revolutionized our understanding of nature and at the same time we have created technology which could give everyone a decent standard of living. But in that time we have not figured out how to live in peace with each other or how to distribute the wealth of the world equitably or how to live in a balance with the rest of our natural world. There are some areas where we could roll up our sleeves and get to work.

  10. pirate227

    pirate227 said, about 6 years ago

    Democrats are Canadian Mounties? Who knew?

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