Mine too… Whatever happened to, “Ask not what your country can do for you…”?
It tastes better with the new and improved millionaire’s tax.
Doesn’t look like either of the cooks are working on a nutritious well balanced meal that will contribute to the health of the nation. I also have serious doubts these parties can provide anything palatable, much less delicious. Whatever they cook, the ingredients will cost too much, probably come from overseas and/or political donors, and we will end up choking on the meals the force feed us.May I just have a slice of bread and some clean cool water?Respectfully,C.
Not my money, I make less than $400,000
No 2nd helpings, please! Once was more than enough.
Ah, but the increased spending ($1.2 trillion? added to the previous deficits of 400 billion/year) per year is paying for what? Government needs to go on a diet.
I don’t know Mr. Elephant. You screwed up the last election, with a depressed economy, higher gas prices and inflation it should have been like shooting fish in a barrel and yet you lost.
@timeweaver….the first Bush raised taxes….the second, GW, cut IRS taxes in 2001 and 2003, what policies “were a disaster”?If you say the Afghan and Iraq wars, then you don’t believe in defending America from world Terror organizations.At Least GW’s policy was to obey the constitution and defend our nation, after losing 3000 people on 9/11/01.Obama is spending tax/borrowed monies on aiding andabetting the Mideast Muslim Brotherhood Terrorists in spite of their increasing attacks on Americans and on Israelis.-what policies do you favor, TW?-the GOP House produces budgets full of fiscal policies….and the Dems shred those budgets. Those GOP plans are the better alternatives to Obama/Reid spending plans….
The elephant just keeps serving up more ptomaine and Salmonella to the middle class, and caviar to his one tenth of one percent.
I guess Gary Varvel didn’t read the news; the elephant lost in November. I guess Varvel also thinks the Colts are still in the hunt for the Super Bowl.
This ’toon appears to offer two extreme and unpalatable alternatives.
I don’t think sudden accord between the Democrats & Republicans would magically fix things, but not having to worry about the U.S. Government defaulting on debts already authorized by Congress would certainly help.The reality is we won’t see much growth unless gains in productivity start being shared. Service workers need to be paid a middle class wage. 30+ years of trickle down theory has failed.
Wait until they realize that, with your recipe, they don’t get anything at all, because you feed whatever’s left to your (fat) cats.