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quirkyloon said…
Many good ones! However, I am totally clueless regarding the Longhorn cartoon. What did those Texans do now? hee hee

I really laughed at the entitlement guy jumping out of his recliner! I want in on that! hee hee

Poor Bama. Poor Michelle! Is that Romney or Perry in the car? Probably Perry. I'm just sad Pawlenty dropped out. Not because I believe in or support his platform, but think of all the fun puns with that name!

Pawlenty of this. Pawlenty of that!

So sad for us. hee hee
nonamedufus said…
I like the Obama "we could do worse" one and the "look up" one. The latter's from a local cartoonist for the Ottawa Citizen newspaper. His stuff is just spot on. I'll be running pawlenty more of his stuff.
00dozo said…
I'm with Quirks. Scratchin' my head on that Longhorn one, too. I guess you gotta be a football fan.

Hey, I know how to spell Gaddafi: "TLMF" (That Libyan Mother F*cker".) Well, it would certainly narrow it down.

Can't wait to see who the GOP picks as its Presidential Candidate. Oh, wait ... yes, I can.

;-)
nonamedufus said…
The Texans are planning on launching their own TV network to broadcast all their games...a lucrative undertaking...and drop out of their conference. Rumour is none of the conferences will want them which begs the question just who will they play? Tibetan Monks?

I haven't followed the GOP race very closely but from where I sit the editorial cartoonists are certainly enjoying it.

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