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Oooh. A good batch this week, Mr. Noname :). Being from the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and knowing firsthand how much of a wanker Santorum is, I like that one the best this week.
Nonamedufus said…
In this country our government introduced legislation aimed at providing unfettered internet monitoring activity to the police. It's a huge privacy concern. You may have seen me post a couple of articles about it on Facebook last week.The media and the political cartoonists have been having a field day. Those cartoons are my favourites this week.
Quirky Loon said…
HA! I double chuckled at the humor at your own expense... here is a doofus! hee hee. However, that's where the resemblance ended. hee hee

AND... regarding internet monitoring.

I'm more than okay with it! Why? Maybe I'll get more followers! HA!


I think.
Nonamedufus said…
Ha, ha, more followers. I'll be sure and put in a bad word for you.

Yes, at the risk of tarnishing my reputation - comparing our PM to me - I ran the doofus cartoon. Actually, for me "dufus" is a nom de blog. In his case he really is a bloody doofus.
Dn Kngry said…
Wow, seems like old times... How nice to leave a comment here again although I have no idea what that comment may be. I'll play it safe for now, and simply say, "Have a nice day." God, I hate that comment!
Nonamedufus said…
Wow, a blast from the past. I hope you won't be a stranger, Don. Good to see you around. But, God, you've mellowed.
meleahrebeccah said…
Very, very, very funny, indeed!
Nonamedufus said…
Another good week in the funny papers.

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