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You crazy Canadians. Thank God for you. Otherwise, we'd have no political humor at all...oh, wait. ;)
nonamedufus said…
U.P.: Go with your first thought. Thanks.
K A B L O O E Y said…
Last one made me spit my coffee. Great round-up.
nonamedufus said…
KABLOOEY: I hope you didn't get any on your keyboard.
00dozo said…
I like the Trump ones, particularly the "Fired" toon. If only he could make it so.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: It could happen. He did get rid of Dionne Warwick!
00dozo said…
Re: Dionne

Yeah, so did her "psychic" - advising her to drop the second "n" in her name (It was supposed to help her, yet it killed her career).

I forgot to mention, the "Kill me now" toon was just, well, too on the nose. Funny, though!
Janna said…
If Google does ever take over the world, I hope they provide free high-speed Internet for everyone.

It's gotta be better than dial-up.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo:Just when we thought Dionne was gone she was there at the top of tonight's sow as they replayed her getting fired.

I loved the "kill me now" one too.
nonamedufus said…
Janna: That sucks. You gotta get with the times.
Quirkyloon said…
Finally somebody else gets what I have always known.

Queen Google.

She rules!

Great funnies Sir!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Google's out to dominate the interwebs and is duh, WINNING.
meleah rebeccah said…
The Donald Trump comic is tooooo funny!
nonamedufus said…
meleah rebeccah: His hair should be fired...or his hairdresser.
Canadian Blend said…
Harper must be up to something big. I've actually seen him on American TV twice this past week... which is a lot for any foreign leader that's not sitting on a boatload of oil.
nonamedufus said…
Cdn Blend: Don't say "big". Sounds too much like a majority.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo:Just when we thought Dionne was gone she was there at the top of tonight's sow as they replayed her getting fired.

I loved the "kill me now" one too.

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