Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for July 14, 2014

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    BE THIS GUY  about 10 years ago

    Joanie will have something to focus on and forget about Andy.

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    SKJAM! Premium Member about 10 years ago

    Mucch like real life, downs and ups happen at the same time.

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    thirdguy  about 10 years ago

    All of a sudden, I want cake.

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    Honorable Mention In The Banjo Toss Premium Member about 10 years ago

    Since there’s only one new strip each week, on Sunday, I wish GT wouldn’t waste it on Fox-bashing. Its repetitive, even though valid. Most of us were long ago convinced, and he’s preaching to the choir. Use that one day to really entertain us.

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    cripplious  about 10 years ago

    I dont see why not. I was born during this time and all you need by law is over 25 for congress, 30 for senator, 35 for president

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    Eggman61  about 10 years ago

    Then as now, some incumbents ran unopposed. If a law student is the only person willing to run against the incumbent, then sure, she can get the nomination. In Slade’s case, she wasn’t expected to have any chance of winning until a scandal erupted on the other side.

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    Retired Dude  about 10 years ago

    Wonder if this is how Sheila Jackson Lee got her start. She’s right out of a comic strip.

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    Gokie5  about 10 years ago

    It’s amazing what can happen in South Carolina. I guess you’ve seen this, which is all over the news today: http://www.tampabay.com/news/nation/small-sc-town-rallies-for-fired-gay-police-chief/2188387

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    Gokie5  about 10 years ago

    I don’t recall this Doonesbury strip, either, though I’m sure I saw it. It’s neat. As for Garry’s Sunday strips, I find them entertaining. To each his or her own.

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    BudsGlory  about 10 years ago

    My Lord he was a tedious, dull chap back in the day.

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    kaffekup   about 10 years ago

    “Wonder if this is how Sheila Jackson Lee got her start. She’s right out of a comic strip.”.She’s a great Congresswoman; head and shoulders over the Representative of the Appalachian Trail.

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    David Huie Green ForceIsAUsefulFiction  about 10 years ago

    If children have to be taught to hate, there are some very effective teacherparents

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    montessoriteacher  about 10 years ago

    LWP: too bad you just posted the thing about Fox 2 minutes ago on yesterday’s strip. I doubt that many will read it.

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    montessoriteacher  about 10 years ago

    There is no comparison between Sheila Jackson lee and the Appalachian trail guy. Kaffekup was saying there is no comparison.

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    kaffekup   about 10 years ago

    Hi, mt, thanks for pointing that post out. And in Faux’ Terms of Service, "entertainment’ is a lie, also.

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    davids.comments  about 10 years ago

    More radical than a law student running for Congress was a black woman running for Congress.

    Spoiler alert: (since so many strips in the thread are not being included in this retrospective)

    Law school adviser: OK Virginia, I approve your project of running for Congress.

    adviser: Hey! Wouldn’t it be funny if you actually won?

    Ginny: Tee Hee! Oh, don’t be ridiculous!

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    Doughfoot  about 10 years ago

    A college student ran for mayor of my home town and most unexpectedly won, largely because people were sick of the old guy and knew squat about the challenger. I think he did a good job, though.

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    BE THIS GUY  about 10 years ago

    @montessoriteacherHey Teach,For you, I will repost the comment from yesterday regarding Fox News Terms of Use.-In the Terms for Fox News, it clearly states the site and services are furnished “…for your enjoyment and entertainment.”This is the only news organization that uses the word “entertainment” in its disclaimer; CNN doesn’t do it, MSNBC doesn’t do it.Here is a segment of the disclaimer with a link to the entire disclaimer:-Description of FOX News Services and Acceptance of Terms of UseWelcome to this Fox News Network, L.L.C. Site, which is owned and operated by Fox News Network, L.L.C. (“FOX News” or “we”). The services offered by FOX News include foxnews.com, foxbusiness.com, foxnation.com, foxnews.mobi, m.foxbusiness.com, the FOX News iPhone application, the FOX Business iPhone application, and any FOX News – branded URL, WAP site and mobile application (collectively, the “Site”), FOX News messaging services, video services, RSS feeds, podcasting services, mobile services, and any other feature, content, or applications offered from time to time by FOX News in connection with FOX News and FOX Business (collectively, the “FOX News Services”). FOX News is based in the United States and the FOX News Services are hosted in the United States.FOX News furnishes the Site and the FOX News Services for your personal enjoyment and entertainment…-http://www.foxnews.com/about/terms-of-use/

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