More Cartoon Commentary ➕ Open Thread



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The language seems to be changing at a furious pace these days. Perhaps the cartoon below has a good idea for a change that makes some sense.


Should the Democrats file this under oops or just pretend it never happened.

Lisa Benson cartoon


Good question some vulnerable Democrats may be asking. So far they seem to think Donald Trump will help them out. And he may do just that.


What would Honest Abe do? And wouldn’t the left now consider him a radical?


And when the “news” is the news? When the bias is unmistakable?

People say Trump isn’t a “real” Republican. Yet so many of his moves fit right into the stupid party don’t they? The circular firing squad is an old GOP tradition.


That’s not to say there isn’t plenty of stupid on the other side.


Easy solution to a silly problem.


You have to give the liberals credit for their blatant hypocrisy. And their ability to get their voters to ignore it.


Again the whole Susan Rice problem for the left. She of the zero credibility.


The Donald Trump show continues. Sometimes amusing, sometime frightening but always a media obsession.


Scott Stantis’ brilliant commentary on texting while driving:


More cartoon commentary on the modern day Democrat by the always brilliant Glenn McCoy.


Meanwhile the leftist obsession with Trump as Russian spy continues.

Cartoon by Ed Gamble -

Is Trump the man to clean up in America? A.F. Branco thinks so. At least as far as the EPA cleanup goes. Methinks the “cleaners” need cleaning.

Cartoon by A.F.Branco - Cleanup On Aisle America

There are always cartoons about the latest liberal games being played.


We mustn’t neglect the story of the horrible Mike Pence scandal about him being faithful to his wife.


More from the liberals on the horrible Mike Pence…


Back again to the Russians…


Some Prophets are obvious and sadly correct in what they say.


Last cartoon because who can top Bug Bunny?


Hope everyone has a great day and that the politics don’t get you down.

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14 Responses to “More Cartoon Commentary ➕ Open Thread”

  1. kenoshamarge Says:

    11 times Dems were conveniently FOR the nuclear option before they were against it

    Delaware Democrat Chris Coons — who became the necessary 41st filibuster pledge to force the GOP’s hand on Gorsuch’s nomination — called the prospect of lowering the vote threshold “tragic” just last week.

    But, “in war,” the Greek writer Aeshcylus reminds us, “truth is the first casualty.” The shoe was one the other foot for several of these same Democrats just three and a half years ago. Back then a Democrat Senate majority led by former Senator Harry Reid ended the filibuster for circuit court level nominees.

    Here are some of their greatest hits from ‘Nuclear 2013.’

    1. “[Democrats would] much prefer the risk of up-or-down votes in majority rule than the risk of continued total obstruction. That’s the bottom line, no matter who’s in power.” – Sen. Chuck Schumer, D, N.Y.

  2. kenoshamarge Says:

    Don’t You Dare Place Your Marriage Above Your Politics

    Last week, the Washington Post published a profile on Vice President Pence’s wife, Karen.

    As WaPo reported, Mrs. Pence “never weighs in on or attempts to influence policy” nor does she wish to speak on her husband’s behalf. Though if you’d like to learn more about her work in art therapy, she’ll gladly speak about her passions there.

    The WaPo profile paints the Second Lady as a quiet, but solid support to her husband and the job he seems to take quite seriously. So naturally, the political media and beltway elites cranked up their outraged machines and pointed the crosshairs at a reference to a 2002 quote (actual quote was excluded from the WaPo article) in The Hill, which discussed Mike Pence’s “rule” refusing to dine alone with women not his wife. “If there’s alcohol being served and people are being loose, I want to have the best-looking brunette in the room standing next to me,” Pence told The Hill in 2002.

    Can you believe that guy, actively working to protect his marriage in a notoriously licentious profession?

    There’s no room for traditional family values in progressive culture where putting a woman’s self-interested career aspirations in front of the sanctity of marriage and family is an acceptable and preferable trade-off. And that’s really the argument here — “Don’t you realize a woman might want to be his Chief of Staff and how can they do that if he won’t drink with them alone?!”

  3. kenoshamarge Says:

    It’s raining here again.

    • piper Says:

      Just came back from visiting a friend in Oklahoma where it rained and rained with a few days of sun and warm temps. Back to reality of taxes (ugh), more rain, can’t drain the swamp which is my backyard until it stops raining. Went to have my taxes done with new accountant who chastised me for unpaid estimated federal taxes – but left a few piece of important papers in filing cabinet at home. Unhappy camper unable to get on bike and leave ickes behind. Have decided to give in and mope this afternoon in my nightgown and stitching my new needlepoint canvas.

      • Cindyindie Says:

        Sounds like a plan, Piper!
        I was an Okie during some of my life……They”re good people: What you see is what you get.

  4. kenoshamarge Says:

    Love the cartoons Piper!

    Know what you mean about the taxes – the man who has done ours for 10 years retired and the new one is okay but just not the same.

    As for the weather, I can relate. I moped in my nightgown with a book yesterday. Feel like doing the same but have to go out, in the rain, to get a few things from the store. Usually I’d just send Lou but he’s been feeling under the weather so he can drive me but I have to do the actually shopping. Oh well, others have worse problems and I can always get into a clean nightgown and mope once we get back home.

  5. Cindyindie Says:

    Madge….Thanks for keeping us updated…….and laughing!

  6. piper Says:

    Gov. Walker’s welfare reform plan should go national.

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      That it should. This is, among many reasons why I supported Walker for POTUS. So what if he had no “charisma”? He knew how to govern and what’s more he knew how to govern a fractious state like Wisconsin that never seems to quite make up it’s mind if it’s “red” or “blue” and so is often “purple.” I like that in a state. One that is always one of another isn’t, IMO open to changing realities.

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