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Nicky said…
And here I thought that *was* the Conservative Party's official name already!
Those last two again are just sad. Sometimes your comics make me want to cry. :(
nonamedufus said…
Well, we all may have called them that but now it's official!
nonamedufus said…
That's the thing about editorial cartoons. They may not always be funny but they're usually thought-proviking. That last one in particular really got to me.

By the way, U.P., thanks for sharing this post on Facebook every week. It's greatly appreciated.
That last one. Oh wow. Yeah.

No problem on sharing the posts. I share both on my page and on my profile, because I have friends that enjoy your choice of cartoons for the week who aren't fans of my page. I hope, though, it's not overkill for those who are both friends of mine and fans of my page. So far, though, no one has complained...which why would they? The cartoons are usually funny (or thought provoking) and are a great way to start a Sunday morning.
nonamedufus said…
When it comes to promoting blog content there's no kill like overkill. Thanks again U.P. You're one of the good guys.
quirkyloon said…
Oh! The last one. Oh. A heart tugger. And the 9/11 one. Eeek. But like you said... thought provoking.

Very much so. *smile*

AND... Royal Pain In The Ass?

HA!

You sure they weren't talking U.S. politics?

Cuz it's a moniker that fits this nation too.

heh heh

Costa Rica is looking better and better all the time.
00dozo said…
So the PCs (the "Penis Craniums", as I like to call them) are now the CPC? (And you can fill in any choice words you'd like for that acronym.)

;-)

Ha! I love that Bachmann/Elvis one. She's gotta be related to Palin somehow.
nonamedufus said…
We had a comedy troupe here in Canada that started out on radio and shifted to TV called the Royal Canadian Air Farce. They were funny as hell. Costa Rica. We went about 5 years ago. Loved it
nonamedufus said…
Call a spade a spade. They're DHs. Dick Heads.
meleahrebeccah said…
totally-super-hilarious.
Ziva said…
I feel a little bit like crying now.
nonamedufus said…
Thanks Meleah. At least I can be super hilarious once a week. Even though it is with other people's stuff.
nonamedufus said…
Ziva, you really have to get your emotions in check. You're a mess this week.
Linda Medrano said…
The last two are chilling. The others are hysterical.
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, that was kinda my take, too. I think that last one shows considerable creativity.

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