hopelessly devoted to the Cold War-reigniting White House intern.
Such are Pulitzer's criteria for prize-winning editorial cartoonists.
It will be interesting (and perhaps terrifying) to watch the Intern’s (covert) “Flexibility Policy” toward Putin evolve in coming days and weeks.
I guess America’s experiment with on-the-job training for Mr. Obama counts as a form of evolution. But will his resulting, unrealized as of yet, “fitness” advance or inhibit our survival? The jury is out.
And finally, Mr. Obama has proven that very few of his words can be taken literally.
(A humble attempt to connect today’s Bennett distraction to an actual pressing issue, one which would require a semblance of cogent thought to develop into a cartoon.)
Socialist dictator? Maybe not. Allowing socialist dictators to eclipse American leadership on the world stage? Unquestionably, and to the long-term detriment of freedom. His reluctance to lead has allowed a former KGB official to become the most powerful person on the planet.
The Intern is in way over his head, both in terms of crafting a national, bi-partisan domestic agenda and in terms of protecting American interests abroad and leading the free world. He brings all the skills of a neighborhood block captain to his role as head of state.
Clay Bennett’s personal attacks on his political opponents are as devoid of thought-provoking content as the t-shirts his characters wear. He is, all too often, a t-shirt sort of cartoonist.
The irony in the cartoon is brilliant. The use of a crowbar (or some other UAW calling card) in the violent act would have been beyond brilliant.
This is the funniest Bennett cartoon to date. Bar none. And for none of the reasons the bile-spewing UAW hacks project.
Krauthammer is, again, brilliant in exposing the lunatic liberal, deer-in-headlight explanation of job losses due to Obamacare.
"Those self-serving meanies!!!" moaned the gullible masses.
Al-disproven is a sucker for the unconventional, making him a sitting duck when the Mormons came knocking. He doesn’t understand that God used men to write Scripture – His Word. The idea of secondary causation escapes him.
You would think that a car dealer would take a look under the hood before buying. I suppose he is still sold on the idea that Jesus was married, despite the fact that his own sources discount that conclusion as preposterous.
If you know anyone with a Yugo or a Pinto to unload, I think you’ve found yourself a buyer.