Friday Nite Lite: Goodbye AugustPosted: August 29, 2014 Filed under: just because 9 Comments
Tonight we have a lot of cartoons dealing with kids and guns. So here we go…and in random order:
NRA Kids and Uzis by Political Cartoonist Dave Granlund
AAEC – Political Cartoon by David Horsey, Los Angeles Times – 08/29/2014
AAEC – Political Cartoon by Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune – 08/29/2014
Global Warming Treaty by Political Cartoonist Rick McKee
Market Basket finish line by Political Cartoonist Dave Granlund
Hating Obama – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 08/28/2014
More gun madness by Political Cartoonist Taylor Jones
Ray Rice and Josh Gordon Suspensions by Political Cartoonist Jeff Darcy
ferguson by Political Cartoonist David Fitzsimmons
Signe Wilkinson: Beef Race – Signe Wilkinson – Truthdig
This is an open thread.
Thanks, JJ. I appreciate your including the Market Basket one. I’m going to go over there and shop next week, and I’ll report back.
These are great. Thanks JJ!
Chicken!! This isn’t siting well, even with his fellow Republicans.
WFAA: Greg Abbott backs out of only statewide TV debate
Wendy would massacre him.
Without a partisan moderator, she certainly would!
Lots of brogressives didn’t like Hillary’s remarks but Jamelle Bouie thought she did very well indeed and so did I.
With a lot of the pro-Left, the misogyny comes out amazingly clear where she is concerned. It’s as if it doesn’t matter at all what she says, it just has to be bad. I’m already seeing in a lot of places about her vote for the AUMF. People literally blame her for the entire Iraq debacle and it’s a bizarre thing. They have to be ratfuckers since real people are just not that stupid.
Slate: Is Hillary Clinton Better at Talking About Racial Injustice Than Obama?
I saw that last night. Good for Bouie!
….and the answer is “Yes.”
What a powerfully spoken response.
Sigh. Hillary’s vote for AUMF coming up yet again? Obama as a Senator voted ‘yes” on every single measure to continue or enhance the war in Iraq. And look at what he’s done as POTUS.
Back in ’07 or ’08, I read her thoughtful and well-reasoned speech given just before her vote, after being urged to do so — probably by one of the bloggers here 😉 — and it was obvious she was not a rah-rah-warhawk. And even when Edwards was still in the ’08 race, he was allowed to have changed his mind after his vote for AUMF, but no, not Hillary for some odd and doubtless misogynist brogressive reason.
OK, everyone, dust off your rebuttal lines and fact-check references from ’08. We’ll have to use them again.