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  1. MangeyMoose commented on Michael Ramirez about 14 hours ago

    Michael, can you draw Obama with his eyes open?

  2. MangeyMoose commented on Clay Bennett about 14 hours ago

    The great experiment in self-government, in democracy, so cherished by Abraham Lincoln, is coming apart. Our elected officials are too busy filling campaign coffers and carrying out instructions from their sponsors, we don’t have anyone watching the store anymore.

  3. MangeyMoose commented on Glenn McCoy 2 days ago

    The Saudis are worried about Iran getting the Bomb, and have announced that if the Iranians do so, then they must also have one to protect themselves. Could the Saudi’s and the Israeli’s find themselves on the same side some years from now?

  4. MangeyMoose commented on Luann 2 days ago

    Gunther suddenly looks taller!

  5. MangeyMoose commented on Darrin Bell 4 days ago

    FRIDAY: Roxbury, Massachusetts. Police responded to reports of shots fired in neighborhood. As one officer approached a car, black suspect jumped out, firing pistol, and hit officer (who had NOT even drawn his own weapon) under eye. Said officer is in critical condition with life-threatening injury. Other officers returned fire and fatally wounded ARMED suspect, who was still firing at other police.

  6. MangeyMoose commented on Nick Anderson 6 days ago

    Methinks you exaggerate some. Many southern people claim that their ancestral home was burned by Sherman’s bummers. Many from Mississippi, Alabama, and parts of Georgia far away from the Army of the Tennessee’s paths have claimed such. This is recognized by southern writers, who also found that, judging from claims made at Confederate Veteran’s reunions, over 50,000 men made that charge at Gettysburg! (Many vets lied, and said they were a part of the Pickett-Pettigrew charge just to gain status in their towns!)
    Anyone who has read at least a few legitimate books about Sherman’s march to the sea knows that, except for the excesses of a few bummers, destruction was focused upon food sources and anything that contributed to southern armies in the field.
    But of course, after 1865, everyone suddenly became aware that the great conflict had NOTHING to do with slavery, despite the previous boasts made by Davis, Stevens, Lee, et al. The War of Northern Aggression, started after Confederate forces stole federal installations and fired upon Federal troops stationed at the Federal fort Sumter, was launched by northern interests who wanted to enslave the southern gentry and take away their honor, and make the former slaves their masters.
    Blacks may have long-harbored memories of the treatment they received as second-class citizens; Many Jews cannot forget the genocide against their parents; Native American peoples have bitter memories about attempts to exterminate their forefathers. The Stars & Bars, the Swastika, and even the American flag are reminders of past brutalities to many people. Memories like these take a very long time to fully digest.

  7. MangeyMoose commented on Jeff Danziger 6 days ago

    She must be the illegitimate daughter of Dr. Strangelove!

  8. MangeyMoose commented on Lalo Alcaraz 8 days ago

    Right on. Lalo!

  9. MangeyMoose commented on Chip Bok 8 days ago

    Just another example how lazy most of us are. We have power, but don’t exercise it; just sit back and complain.
    We shouldn’t even be having any discussion about “mandatory” voting!

  10. MangeyMoose commented on Ken Catalino 8 days ago

    I can envision this ’toon with Bill Clinton on the right, and the American working class on the left. (circa 1992)