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President Obama delivered his speech on the State of The Union last week.  And Steve Jobs delivered the tablet from the mount, you might say.  Editorial cartoonists had it all covered...


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Don said…
Well, Mr. President. Welcome to the world beyond Chicago! Schmuck!
Skye said…
Very funny NoName! I absolutely love the last one!

*walks away giggling*
Me-Me King said…
This is a great collection of cartoons this week, Dufus. You know, I'm about ready to lead the revolt for self-government because I know the difference between right and wrong and can govern myself, thank you very much!

Having said that, I feel better now.

word veri: prespind
Quirkyloon said…
Loved, loved, LOVED the second cartoon.

An IBama.

LMBO!

That's a keeper!

All of them are good for a laugh or two or three.

hee hee hee
CatLadyLarew said…
Free iPads from iBama! Yay! When do I get mine?
nonamedufus said…
Don: Ha! Talk about a reality show!
nonamedufus said…
Skye: "Polls on the ground" yeah, funny.
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Cartoons 1,2&4 are from Canadian cartoonists. Imagine.

We have self-government up North, here. Our prime Minister suspended Parliament for 3 months...so we're governing ourselves.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: yeah, I thought that one was priceless.
nonamedufus said…
CL: You finish building your yurt and I'll send you one.
Deb said…
"Polls on the ground" was the best!

Did someone say "yurt"?
nonamedufus said…
Deb: Polls on the ground was a good one. Yeah, Cat Lady's building a yurt...in her mind.
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Cartoons 1,2&4 are from Canadian cartoonists. Imagine.

We have self-government up North, here. Our prime Minister suspended Parliament for 3 months...so we're governing ourselves.

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