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The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for June 28, 2012
Huey: It's a wrap for the democrats. They'll continute to offer token resistance, but I think it's over for 'em. Politics is gonna be like computers - the Republicans are Bill Gates, and the dems are like macintosh. Caesar: What about Obama? Huey: He's like the ipod...clever, but not enough.
joe vignone almost 11 years ago
When it comes to raising money, the Dems are more like Remington Rand.
batmanwithprep almost 11 years ago
If Obama is the Ipod, who’s the Zune?
SwimsWithSharks almost 11 years ago
I’d be interested if Aaron were to update this strip.
Nighthawks Premium Member almost 11 years ago
the first panel is correct, even if Obama survives the huge amounts of money pouring in to defeat him. the rethugs have stacked the supreme court and effectively squelched enough minority opposition in swing states through voter suppression laws. they have somehow convinced enought of the blue collar folk to actually vote against themselves. and vote for the party that is completely devoted to helping the 1 %.this country, shortly, will be in complete control by the extreme right. god help us all. god help the rest of the world.
Vlad Taltos almost 11 years ago
On the contrary, Obama proved to be the political equivalent of the Reality Distortion Field!
cccare56 almost 11 years ago
Those voter suppression laws still have me gaping. Isn’t that legalized election fraud? Is there any group that has launched a legal challenge to them?
We Canadians are pretty bland but if any politico tried this here, there would be a huge uproar.
I am not trying to be negative – I am just honestly stunned that this law exists. 8- O
PShaw0423 almost 11 years ago
This strip is from 2004, when Obama was no more than a blip on anyone’s political radar, and no one could have expected that he would take all the marbles only four years later. This is startlingly prescient.
marvee almost 11 years ago
How old is the iPod? This does seem updated.
RonBerg13 Premium Member almost 11 years ago
Well… look, we need something, but this thousands of pages of ??Surely we can do better!