Gary Varvel for September 28, 2022

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  6 months ago

    Liar liar

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    Uncle Joe Premium Member 6 months ago

    Varvel leaves out the part where repubs are dropping boulders on the ship.

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    kelloggs2066  6 months ago

    Biden’s Hindentanic is sinking and going down in flames simultaneously.

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    monya_43  6 months ago

    Varvel’s pants are really on fire with this one. I thought he was referring to climate change, because a horrible hurricane is churning towards Florida. But instead he’s making pot shots and trying to blame our president for his efforts to curb inflation here. The whole world is suffering from inflation, not just us.

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    dnie  6 months ago

    Yes……..he makes Carter look like an economic genius………….

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    2AndFour  6 months ago

    Biden. The worst President in history. Inflation and high energy prices are his legacy. The problem is that liberal democrats are professional masochists.

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    Havel  6 months ago

    The ignorance of basic Economics that is on display by the cartoonist and some commentators continues to amaze me. ANYTHING to score points and own the Libs, huh? I know that many like to believe the US is the only country on earth, but inflation IS a WORD WIDE problem. Supply and demand for products (including oil) is WORLD WIDE. Supply chains are WORLD WIDE.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 6 months ago

    Turkey’s is 80% but Republicans know that the rest of the world is a hoax and doesn’t really exist. Gasoline in Germany is $7/gallon, but that is because Biden cancelled the XL pipeline.

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    Stephen Runnels Premium Member 6 months ago

    It’s getting harder and harder for christian conservative Republican mouthpieces like Varvel to convince their like-minded that it’s the Democrats and President Biden who are the bad guys.

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    walfishj  6 months ago

    Mr Varvel, the truth for you is more like the Hindenburg. Or YOUR vessel a ship of fools?

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    Patjade Premium Member 6 months ago

    Varvel again peddles the Fox Propaganda narrative.

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 6 months ago

    Reagan took the deficit from 70 billion to 175 billion.Bush 41 took it to 300 billion.Clinton got it to zero.Bush 43 took it from 0 to 1.2 trillion.Obama halved it to 600 billion.Trump got it back to a trillion. Trump’s plague didn’t magically disappear when Biden took office. It was out of control.. The way to make a plague disappear is to never let it get out of control in the first place. Trump cut the team that Obama set up to do that out of the 2018 budget.We also have a financial mess crated by Trump’s failure to manage the pandemic, or even make a legitimate effort to do so. This is going to take years and a massive effort to correct. We were lucky to avoid another great depression, and the economy is going to be messed up for much longer.The Republicans have created messes every time they have had the White House in my memory, which means that we can’t make any progress because the entire Democratic administration has to be dedicated to repairing the damage, and fighting whatever obstruction the Republicans can muster while doing it. The Republicans want good stuff to happen, but only as long as no Democrat gets credit for it. Since we will still be digging out of the mess the Republicans left in 2024, there is a good chance that people will be stupid enough to put them back in the White House, so they can create more mess for the next Democrat to get stuck with.

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    DASch  6 months ago

    Yea inflation isn’t really that bad, when you look for historical context

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    Free Radical  6 months ago

    Oh boy! Another sinking boat analogy. “What a maroon” in comicspeak. Maybe try a diving airplane, car off cliff or derailing train next time, just for originality.

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    StackableContainers  6 months ago

    Interesting analogy. The Titanic sunk because prior to hitting the iceberg it was steaming along recklessly without concern of possible consequences…for the economy that would be the during Trump presidency.

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    RAGs  6 months ago

    More fiction from the Varvel Universe, and the RWNJs are here to recharge their lies and misinformation.

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    DrDon1  6 months ago

    Varvel learned ‘Economics’ at Trump’s “Seminar Series: How to Run a Casino ( into the Ground )”

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    cwg  6 months ago

    Not accurate enough, you can still see the surface.

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    Comic Man Premium Member 6 months ago

    Gary, I think your excellent depiction is spot on. I’m afraid the humor is lost on most of these ignorant poster’s b/c they didn’t see the 60 minutes interview. CBS correspondent Scott Pelley asked: “Mr. President, as you know, last Tuesday, the annual inflation rate came in at 8.3%. The stock market nosedived. People are shocked by their grocery bills. What can you do better and faster?”Biden quickly told Pelley he needed to “put this in perspective” and that the inflation rate month-to-month was “up just an inch, hardly at all.”Pelley quickly interjected: “You’re not arguing that 8.3 [percent] is good news?”“No, I’m not saying it is good news, but it was 8.2 or 8.2 [percent] before,” Biden responded. “I mean… you’re making, make it sound like, all of a sudden, my God, it went to 8.2%.”“It’s the highest inflation rate, Mr. President, in 40 years,” Pelley responded.

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