Pat Oliphant for May 19, 2009


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    riley05  about 10 years ago

    Yes! You go, Oliphant!

    C’mon, Bush lovers…show us some political cartoons that can compete with this.

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    cdward  about 10 years ago

    But to what issue does it refer?

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    cartwrights  about 10 years ago

    It probably refers to the flip-flop on torture pictures.

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    MaryWorth Premium Member about 10 years ago

    There is a difference in flip-flopping and changing one’s mind…

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    mackado  about 10 years ago

    I sense Oliphant’s anger in this cartoon, but his own creation should leave no doubts that no-one in America cares about radical leftist’s opinions, not even your own candidate listens to you!!…

    And to top it off A democrat Congress just denied funds for the closing of Gitmo…

    Sleep on that you leftists lunatics….and enjoy your 15 minutes…

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    Dtroutma Premium Member about 10 years ago

    We COULD go back to “My mind is made up, don’t confuse me with the facts”. Maybe invade Tibet, or Paraguay, WAIT! BUSH called for a mission to Mars- he has proof they plan an invasion! H.G. Wells wrote a book about it!!


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    NoFearPup  about 10 years ago

    You all are very creative today. LOL. Notice that the ball is on the ground still.

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    MaryWorth Premium Member about 10 years ago

    At least there still is a ball…

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    Lt_Lanier  about 10 years ago

    For starters, hear-hear Machado! What is the difference in flip-flopping and changing one’s mind, unless you’re merely referring to semantics, I guess? Could it be called ‘executive grade waffling’? France, Germany, and Spain aren’t eagerly jumping aboard, neither is the rest of Europe, in relieving us of these guys, particularly since the recently released Said al-Shihri (a.k.a. Abu Sufyan al-Azdi)has returned to his former Al-Qaida post in Yemen.

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