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Paula Wooters said…
It's a wonderful time for political satirists and cartoonists! Quebec's giving Americans a run for their money this week, but I still have to say the first one is my favorite.
This is going to surprise you... two ways.

First, I like a Canadian cartoon, the Star Trek one..

...and I like a second one, the fatwa on maple syrup, too for a tie this week for my favorite cartoon. They both made LOL. :)

Thanks, John, for the laughs and see you later on the gridiron. :)
Jaffer said…
Canada's stance on Iran is confusing - but that is for the Iranian People to Decide.

Clinton's speech was huge in many ways - I liked watching him.
One point he said:"when asked the Republicans about which loop holes in the tax code they will plug, they say, 'see me after the election'

The camera cuts to some people who are visibly "shocked" !

Come on, are you living under a rock or doing this to get on TV ?

Quebec - Oh boy ! Here we go again !

Pinocchio - My favourite.
nonamedufus said…
I liked that first one too, Paula. And yes, the Quebec election provided plenty of fodder for Canadian cartoonists this week.
Indigo Roth said…
Hey Dufus! A nice cross-section here, I salute your partisan spread. Still, the ones about the GOP made me laugh, especially The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! Indigo
nonamedufus said…
I knew I'd finally get you. I think I may have acclimatized you to Canadian issues. Now all you have to do is move here.
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, Jaffer, I think Clinton faired much better than Clint and his empty chair.
nonamedufus said…
A provincial election in Canada and 2 political conventions in the States made for some pretty great material for editorial cartoonists on both sides of the border, Indigo.
meleahrebeccah said…
totally, hilarious!!
nonamedufus said…
It was an excellent week, Meleah.
Lauren said…
Yep, that accurately sums things up. LOL! Funny stuff.
nonamedufus said…
Oh, it was a pretty whacky week, Lauren
Nicky said…
I love the woman choosing Michelle or Ann instead. Nice way to recap the week, Dufus.
nonamedufus said…
Thanks, Nicky. Nice to see you talking to me again.
Nicky said…
I never stopped talking to you, silly man! It's just that you couldn't hear me over all the noise at the airport... oh, wait, never mind.

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