Glenn McCoy by Glenn McCoy

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  1. anng628

    anng628 said, over 7 years ago

    Great cartoon. Once again, McCoy nails it!

  2. Anthony 2816

    Anthony 2816 said, over 7 years ago

    Poor right-wingers.

    So much about Bush that they have to constantly apologize for.

    But at least it was something you had time to prepare for…you knew he was going to crash and burn.

  3. TJDestry

    TJDestry GoComics PRO Member said, over 7 years ago

    Torturing America by telling the truth? Gee, Glenn, maybe if you’d ever tried using it in your cartoons, it wouldn’t seem so frightening.

  4. Anthony 2816

    Anthony 2816 said, over 7 years ago

    Harley, it’s only on your planet that revealing things done by the Bush administration would “hurt” the USA. Here on Earth it’ll do the country a lot of good, and help us regain our moral standing.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/23/opinion/23soufan.html?_r=2&em

  5. lalas

    lalas said, over 7 years ago

    LOL! Yup HQ, Obama is trying to hurt America by investigating the biggest Constitutional crisis in our lifetimes (waaaayyyy bigger than Watergate).

  6. IntoVirginiaCreeper

    IntoVirginiaCreeper said, over 7 years ago

    Lalas picks and chooses his crises - what about the continuous obstruction from Bill and Hill during their term? What about the new era of openness and transparency from the Obama camp? Lets see how they’ve picked the winners and losers in the banking and wallstreet fiascos…SAME. Why is DiFi giving “gifts” to her husbands associates and companies? Come on MAN, Put up or shut up!

  7. Anthony 2816

    Anthony 2816 said, over 7 years ago

    And how many American troops died due to “the continuous obstruction from Bill and Hill during their term”?

  8. lalas

    lalas said, over 7 years ago

    sniffer – I agree those things aren’t right either, but the phony war, the lies and the shredding of the Constitution are all far greater crises than anything you’ve listed. Warrantless wiretapping HELLO!!!

    If the Clintons had done that you’d have had a coronary (and so would I). I lean left but I would never choose my party of the country ya hack!

  9. IntoVirginiaCreeper

    IntoVirginiaCreeper said, over 7 years ago

    Haha! Sorry BullWinkle, Bush may be guilty of greed,fraud, and being a jack-azz - but he went hand-in-hand with his liberal counterparts for those FIVE years where the Cons had “sole” leadership of the “war”…unless your folks Hillary and such were lying to us? Or “I was for the war before I was against it” JFKerry is a creditable authority? Lalas, put your controlled substances down. …Temporary broadened wiretap ability with proper oversight rises to the level of eroding confidence for the government in a time of war? Hahaha ! And Obama and his team still support it!

  10. IntoVirginiaCreeper

    IntoVirginiaCreeper said, over 7 years ago

    Anthony, Bill’s actions with his…guiding principle…jeopardized the integrity of the office and the country and made it possible for your hated boogeyman Bush to occupy the office for EIGHT years…besides the people that died in the Clinton years due to terrorism and in 9/11- which was hatched during his terms…you would know better than me what price we paid for Bill’s obstructions…

  11. lalas

    lalas said, over 7 years ago

    Oh. If Obama supports it then I must love it. Thx NFP for the tip.

    Hack.

  12. Anthony 2816

    Anthony 2816 said, over 7 years ago

    Comrade, the Republicans had no compunction over spending millions of dollars and wasting much time trying to capitalize on Clinton’s indiscretions. If you’ll recall, people in other countries couldn’t understand why such a big fuss was being made, but Bush was the result.

    Those same Republicans are now aghast at the thought of even a lesser investigation of the use of torture, and why Bush lied to the American people about it.

    Regarding Clinton’s role in 9/11, I’m sure you know that all the intelligence that was passed on to Bush was ignored, because he’d already decided to attack Iraq.

  13. IntoVirginiaCreeper

    IntoVirginiaCreeper said, over 7 years ago

    Yea, I think Clintons doo-wacker and what he did with it was nobody’s business but his own (and maybe Hillary’s…Nah.) But asking pols looking for power to ignore a cover-up is pretty much impossible. Especially when they had been maligned and bullied by the Dems for so long…But, then , are you one of those Libs that want to indict Bush for War Crimes, Anthony?

  14. lalas

    lalas said, over 7 years ago

    Your revisionist history is not amusing. Bullied by the dems for so long huh? So, you have no recollection of most of the last 8 years when anyone who questioned King George could only be an Amurca hater? Anyone speaking out in public had to be in a fenced in area called a “Free-speech zone.” CIA operatives were outed as retaliation for inconvenient truths. No wonder you cling so tightly to your lies… they do sound better.

  15. IntoVirginiaCreeper

    IntoVirginiaCreeper said, over 7 years ago

    I was speaking about the possible over-reaching of the Newt Congress in impeachment hearings on Clinton; after the 40-year death grip the Dems had on Congress… What was lacking was courage (on the Libs part during the last eight years)…If your Anti-American say so and why - ‘tis “American” to disagree…don’t blame others that disagree with you for your being un-comfortable. If “Amur-ca” was doing something wrong - pressure from the opposition is to be expected. Don’t whine about it like the Dixie Chicks, Man! P.S> “Hack” is giving me too much credit, Sir.

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