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  1. adegen commented on Jeff Danziger 12 months ago

    Thank goodness that this cartoon places the blame squarely on the shoulders of the madmen who created our endless and pointless addiction to war. Bush and Cheney are inveterate liars and insane, violent traitors. Obama is no hero ratcheting up the craziness, but Bush, Cheney, Rice, Rumsfeld, Wolfawitz (et al.) have doomed our nation to a dystopian future of constant fear (whether manufactured or realistic) and an economy based on oil and weapons production rather than facing up to the REAL challenge of global warming and climate change. And Clinton deserves a slap across the back of his head for yucking it up with Shrub.

  2. adegen commented on Glenn McCoy almost 2 years ago

    What a stupid comic! The numerous flags showing SUPPORT for the Affordable Health Care Act might reasonably be considered to underscore the widespread awareness of the necessity of addressing the crippling health care affordability and eligibility issues. Your cartoon ITSELF eviscerates your intended portrayal of Obama as a socialist dictator. Unintentionally, you have undermined your own tired, pathetic, intolerant and narrow-minded argument. How sad!

  3. adegen commented on Pat Oliphant over 2 years ago

    Finally! Somebody “sees” Condoleeza for what she was (and Is). Great editorial cartoon – in the fullest sense of “editorial”. Thanks!

  4. adegen commented on Jeff Danziger over 2 years ago

    Great editorial cartoon. Captures the long term risks perfectly. Kudos to you Jeff!

  5. adegen commented on Tony Auth almost 4 years ago

    I have followed Tony’s work for years on the NY times website and I just wanted to say: he is the BEST! Trenchant, witty, pithy, but most important, insightful, “deep” and timely. He consistently outclasses some other very fine cartoon artists by his uncanny ability to see beyond the trivial, cheap momentary political cycles and capture the prevailing Zeitgeist of our troubled times. His work is special because it touches on the larger, enduring foundational issues that threaten us. Today’s exceptionally clever cartoon is a perfect example. People like Tony and Jon Stewart and Michael Moore and Ralph Nader, et. al. offer the intelligence that may save us yet. Good luck to you Tony and keep on working, Man!