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Love the halftime ones this week, especially the one about Santorum. What a tool...I can't believe he actually represented my fine state (well, it was fine until he screwed it up ;).
Quirky Loon said…
Obama practicing victory dance? hee hee hee

I think he has it in the bag.

I'm not rooting for anybody... just saying it like I sees it. Politics. What a bunch of hooey.
nonamedufus said…
I think my favourite is the "two minute warning". lol
nonamedufus said…
I'm just a Canadian observer but I think the Republicans are in big trouble no matter who emerges the leader. You poor Americans. It sucks to be you.
Nicky said…
Very nice selection, Dufus! I love the one with Mitt being told he's 9 points ahead of Putin. I think the 9 points are because he's not actually running there, though. :-)
nonamedufus said…
There's no other medium quite like editorial cartoons for capturing the essence of an issue...and giving you a laugh at the same time.
nonamedufus said…
He's also 9 points ahead of poutine.

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