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Love the Walking Dead one. The ObamaCare ones are sadly appropriate as well... very disappointing that there have been so many issues surrounding the plan.
Nicky said…
You know, I think politics in general would function so much better if we really did throw politicians under a bus. It certainly couldn't be any worse.
nonamedufus said…
Yes, unfortunately, cartoonists have had a filed day with the work stoppage and Obamacare.
nonamedufus said…
As much as I think reality shows are stupid and lame, Canada has its own very popular reality show. It's called the Parliament of Canada.(Speaking of stupid and lame...)
Bryan G. said…
Too true about the nicknames for football teams, sadly.
nonamedufus said…
I think any team could be called The Concussed. As for Redskins, it may have worked in the past but its just not politically correct these days.
madmadmargo said…
You always have the best cartoons, loved them all!
Quirky Quirkster said…
Love the "concussed" one. tee hee hee
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, me too, Hey, it's good to see you out and about these days. You've been pretty quiet lately.

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