Wednesday Reads: Intolerant of the Intolerant Bigoted Hypocritical Christian Conservatives
Posted: November 18, 2015 Filed under: 2016 elections, France, Migrant and Refugee Crisis in Europe and Mediterranean, morning reads, Political and Editorial Cartoons, Republican politics, U.S. Politics
Nigel Powers: There’s only two things I hate in this world. People who are intolerant of other people’s cultures and the Dutch.
Yes, I am intolerant.
Of the Intolerant Bigoted Hypocritical Christian Conservatives.
The ones who play the victim when someone confronts them about their “beliefs” or as I did recently, what and who they support in the political arena.
I don’t know, maybe I took it too far, but as you saw yesterday…even Boston Boomer was using the “F” word in her post 😉 .
This entire scene regarding the Syrian immigration has us all very upset. I went from discussing the refugee situation in an intelligent manner with my old friend of 35 years, Jose, who is the brother-in-law of Aasif Mandvi….to being patronized and having my words twisted to play into the conservative Christian victimization routine by another old friend of 22 years, who now lives among the cornfields of Iowa.
It is all so depressing.
In response, all I can muster today is a heavy cartoon post.
11/18/2015 Cartoon by Joe Heller
11/15/2015 Cartoon by Joe Heller
This next cartoon is also from Heller, but from October 7th of this year:
10/07/2015 Cartoon by Joe Heller
I am a little behind on this one:
Free Speech vs. Safe Space: 11/17/2015 Cartoon by J.D. Crowe
More of these Safe Space cartoons later.
A message to ISIS: 11/17/2015 Cartoon by Deb Milbrath
11/17/2015 Cartoon by Charlie Daniel
11/17/2015 Cartoon by David Horsey
11/18/2015 Cartoon by Joel Pett
Digital Threat: 11/17/2015 Cartoon by Rob Rogers
Clay Bennett editorial cartoon: 11/17/2015 Cartoon by Clay Bennett
Clay Bennett editorial cartoon: 11/18/2015 Cartoon by Clay Bennett
11/17/2015 Cartoon by MStreeter
11/18/2015 Cartoon by MStreeter
11/17/2015 Cartoon by Jimmy Margulies
How to tell the difference between ISIS and Muslims: 11/17/2015 Cartoon by Jen Sorensen
11/17/2015 Cartoon by Phil Hands
11/18/2015 Cartoon by Scott Stantis
11/18/2015 Cartoon by John Cole
Je Suis Paris: 11/16/2015 Cartoon by Rob Rogers
The Pinata: 11/15/2015 Cartoon by Rob Rogers
A Call to Harams: 11/17/2015 Cartoon by Steve Artley
Prince of Darkness Roast: 11/13/2015 Cartoon by Steve Artley
From Cagle Cartoons:
Critical Thinking Needed by Tom Purcell
Anchor Baby Battle by Will Durst
Donald Trump dropping by Political Cartoonist Dave Granlund
Stuff Happens by Political Cartoonist Kevin Siers
ISISsssss by Political Cartoonist Bill Day
Strategy to destroy ISIS by Political Cartoonist Paresh Nath
Russian Doping Scandal by Political Cartoonist Jimmy Margulies
Syrian refugees and Rep King by Political Cartoonist Dave Granlund
Jumpstarting the Jeb! Bush Campaign by Political Cartoonist R.J. Matson
Refugees by Political Cartoonist David Fitzsimmons
Muslim Refugees by Political Cartoonist John Darkow
Terror in Paris by Political Cartoonist Christo Komarnitski
Paris Terror by Political Cartoonist Bob Englehart
Daesh Target by Political Cartoonist Stavro Jabra
Terror in Paris by Political Cartoonist Mike Keefe
ViVe La France by Political Cartoonist Milt Priggee
France Weeps | DarylCagle.com
Paris Attack by Political Cartoonist Nate Beeler
Signe Wilkinson: City of Darkness – Signe Wilkinson – Truthdig
Nick Anderson: Safe Space – Nick Anderson – Truthdig
11/18/2015 Cartoon by Chan Lowe
Relax?: 11/18/2015 Cartoon by Eric J Garcia
11/18/2015 Cartoon by John Branch
War Near Christmas: 11/18/2015 Cartoon by Steve Artley
Radical Islam Death Wish: 11/18/2015 Cartoon by Monte Wolverton
Bruce Plante Cartoon: Syrian refugees: 11/18/2015 Cartoon by Bruce Plante
Bruce Plante Cartoon: Wages are too high?: 11/17/2015 Cartoon by Bruce Plante
11/18/2015 Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez
11/18/2015 Cartoon by Nick Anderson
Let’s end it with a cartoon that is from October 6th:
Exhibition by Political Cartoonist Pavel Constantin
And that is all folks…this is an open thread.