What a bizarre cartoon. I’m not laughing.
As Shakespeare said, “In jest there is truth.” Toles always gets to the truth of the matter with his precision wit.
Funny, yet all the more sad because it is true.
An awkward truth nicely captured.
I worked at Lockheed for 23 years – once again, Dilbert speaks the truth.
Makes as much sense as the ark story itself.
Trump fired Comey and hosted the Russian ambassador and foreign ministers in the oval office the next day, with no American media present and no aides. Trump grovelled to Putin in full view of the world at the Helsinki conference, and continues to meet with Putin privately at every opportunity with no aides and, sometimes, without even his own translator. Flynn attended a dinner to celebrate RT (the Russian propaganda arm operating openly in the United States) and sat next to Putin. Every intelligence official in the US, including those appointed by Trump, have concluded that Russia interfered with our elections (and continue to do so), but Trump is quoted as saying he “believes Putin.” Trump continues to take actions that seem directed by Moscow – like belittling our allies and trying to destroy the Western alliance – while cozying up to dictators around the world.
No collusion? Perhaps – looks more like treason.
Sometimes Rall goes off the rails but this time I think he nailed it.
Whatever truth there may be in this, it still comes across as ageist.