I’ve made a lot of errors in judgment, lately, here and at work so this post is probably unnecessary. This is a busy cartoon, kind of like those in the old “Smokey Stover” strips..Ivory (brand) Soap advertisements touted that it was “99-44/100 percent pure. It floats.” Referring to the wealthy 99 percent, also referring to ivory color (white)?. Ivory Soap has a lot of air in it, so it floats. And since it’s less dense than regular soaps you pay for the air. It’s less expensive per bar, but you get the same amount of actual soap in two bars as in one regular bar, so the cost is about the same. It’s all an advertising gimmick..“Mr. Bubble” was, and probably still is, a brand of powdered bubble bath for children. Referring to Obama’s less substantial quality in his policies? .This is why I’m known as “The Fount of Useless Information.” It’s a curse, sometimes, because people ask me trivia questions and I can’t rest until I remember the information. Every year, it takes longer..Also, it might be suggested that Norquist and his ideas are no longer afloat, and he’s about to go down the drain.