I make those Two Party Opera comics
The last panel is a real question I have. The way this humanitarian crisis is unfolding in real time, I’ve been haunted with the thought that a death of one or more of these children is inevitable. As disgusting as this is now, get ready to watch the White House defend the death of children as patriotic.
I also don’t want you to downplay the work you’re already doing: serving the public by being a good citizen within the federal government. It’s easy and understandable to want to do more, and you’ll find ways to do that, but we’re being faced with a disastrous plan to remake the employ in Trump’s image, and we need resolute pillars still willing to do their jobs the correct way to preserve our norms and institutions.
You’re doing more than you think and I thank you for that.
Corey Lewandowski provides the context today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrt7q6QKF5o
My process for writing comics like these is just to stream-of-conscious my rage onto several pages, pick out select quotes, and make panels out of them. For this issue, I had to cut out a LOT.
Absolutely and he would be thrilled
Oof, careful there, Turbosdad
Thanks for the discussion today, Andy. I always enjoy debating issues about our wonderful, still-in-progress country.
Cheers- off to finish Tuesday’s comic
Trust me, I have plenty of rage to go around. But I’m also not willing to stand by and let vulnerable people be called criminals and be used as collateral damage while Trump lives out his tyrannical fantasies.
But don’t ask me, ask Ted Cruz: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/06/18/sen-ted-cruz-introduces-emergency-bill-to-keep-immigrant-families-together-slams-dems-proposal.html
(From Fox News, no less)
We’re never going to see eye to eye on this, but that last point I’m completely with you.
Hey everyone, questioning authority puts national security at risk, so please don’t do that, ok? Just sit back, obey, and let the authoritarianism wash over you.