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"Liberal Nightmare" CARTOON featuring 4 more years of Rumsfeld, Cheney with Dubya
IowaPresidentialWatch.com ^ | 12/5/2004 | IPWGOP

Posted on 12/05/2004 11:16:57 AM PST by IPWGOP

Liberal nightmare

Donald Rumsfeld agrees to stay on as Sec. of Defense

 

 

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TOPICS: Political Humor/Cartoons; Politics/Elections; Your Opinion/Questions
KEYWORDS: bush; bushvictory; cheney; dick; donald; four; fourmoreyears; george; liberal; more; nightmare; president; rumsfeld; secretary; state; term2; vice; w; years

1 posted on 12/05/2004 11:16:59 AM PST by IPWGOP
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To: AgThorn; jigsaw; BlessedBeGod; Brad's Gramma; MEG33; kellynla; HuntsvilleTxVeteran; ...

cartoon ping


2 posted on 12/05/2004 11:18:18 AM PST by IPWGOP (I'm Linda Eddy, and I approved this message... 'tooning the truth!)
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To: IPWGOP

Flank em with Condi and Kerik, and throw in all Bush's hispanic appointees in the background, and you've got yourself Liberal RABIES.


3 posted on 12/05/2004 11:20:29 AM PST by TheRatHunter
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To: IPWGOP

RUMSFELD/RICE 2008


4 posted on 12/05/2004 11:23:45 AM PST by Mr. K ((this space for rent))
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To: IPWGOP

Good one. Has any cartoonist done one with Kofi as a skid row bum and a sign "Will Oil For Food"?


5 posted on 12/05/2004 11:24:26 AM PST by Hillarys Gate Cult (This space for rant)
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To: IPWGOP

You have made another great toon!! It will drive the liberals wild. :)


6 posted on 12/05/2004 11:29:31 AM PST by NRA2BFree
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To: IPWGOP

What's with the Cheney scowl? He looks demon possessed or something. I often here people talk about Cheney being mean, but he strikes me as a personable, intelligent guy. Maybe I'm just weird.


7 posted on 12/05/2004 11:31:42 AM PST by Jeff Blogworthy
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To: IPWGOP

Where's Condi....... a greater nightmare for the loonies.


8 posted on 12/05/2004 11:42:20 AM PST by beyond the sea (I know beyond a doubt ...... my heart will lead me there)
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To: Jeff Blogworthy

here, hear


9 posted on 12/05/2004 11:43:25 AM PST by beyond the sea (I know beyond a doubt ...... my heart will lead me there)
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To: IPWGOP

Thanks for the ping!


10 posted on 12/05/2004 11:59:31 AM PST by alwaysconservative (Republican revolutionaries are going to be the means of salvation of this nation.)
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To: IPWGOP
Great cartoon. I like these caricatures much better than the usual ones you see.
11 posted on 12/05/2004 12:00:03 PM PST by Iowannabe
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To: IPWGOP

I really like these caricatures better than most I've seen. The expressions are great!


12 posted on 12/05/2004 12:02:11 PM PST by Iowannabe
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To: Iowannabe

Didn't mean to double post (I thought my first one didn't take).


13 posted on 12/05/2004 12:03:10 PM PST by Iowannabe
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To: Jeff Blogworthy
Jeff -- it's his happy face...
14 posted on 12/05/2004 12:03:59 PM PST by IPWGOP (I'm Linda Eddy, and I approved this message... 'tooning the truth!)
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To: IPWGOP

Suicide watch alert!


15 posted on 12/05/2004 12:05:34 PM PST by 7.62 x 51mm ( veni vidi vino visa "I came, I saw, I drank wine, I shopped")
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To: Iowannabe

We'll overlook it THIS time... (;^)~


16 posted on 12/05/2004 12:06:32 PM PST by 7.62 x 51mm ( veni vidi vino visa "I came, I saw, I drank wine, I shopped")
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To: beyond the sea
here, hear

Is it "here, here" or "hear, hear"? There've been times when I've wanted to use this expression but hesistated because I didn't want to look like a dummy by getting it wrong. I see you've opted for "here, hear" -- a Solomonic solution that I have also considered. That way you're only half wrong and can blame it on a typo. Or is that the correct way of writing it?

17 posted on 12/05/2004 12:10:41 PM PST by Yardstick
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To: Yardstick

Its "here, here."


18 posted on 12/05/2004 12:31:04 PM PST by Eric in the Ozarks
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To: Eric in the Ozarks

Actually, after a little googling, I found out it's "hear hear". It's what English parliamentarians shouted when they thought someone was saying something worth hearing. Originally it was "hear him!".

http://www.randomhouse.com/wotd/index.pperl?date=19980304


19 posted on 12/05/2004 12:34:56 PM PST by Yardstick
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To: Yardstick

I think he opted for a play on words due to my mis-spelling in post 7. Silly mistake.


20 posted on 12/05/2004 12:37:07 PM PST by Jeff Blogworthy
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To: Eric in the Ozarks
I believe it's "hear hear"...used in the Congress early on to alert others to listen.

FMCDH(BITS)

21 posted on 12/05/2004 12:41:07 PM PST by nothingnew (Kerry is gone...perhaps to Lake Woebegone)
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To: Jeff Blogworthy

Whoops, I missed your #7. You're right -- that was a spelling correction. Funny how these little tangents get started sometimes. I'm glad to have finally settled the "hear hear" vs "here here" question, though. It's been bugging me for a while.


22 posted on 12/05/2004 12:47:39 PM PST by Yardstick
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To: Jeff Blogworthy; Yardstick; Eric in the Ozarks
Yoi!! I should have never mentioned it (hear)! :-)

Know, I'll no better next time.

;-)

23 posted on 12/05/2004 12:53:33 PM PST by beyond the sea (I know beyond a doubt ...... my heart will lead me there)
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To: Jeff Blogworthy
These guys have cocaine snortin' nostrils that would make Clinton extremely proud!

Roger: "Got to get some for my brother, he's got a nose like a vacuum cleaner."

24 posted on 12/05/2004 12:57:54 PM PST by beyond the sea (I know beyond a doubt ...... my heart will lead me there)
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To: Jeff Blogworthy
These guys have cocaine snortin' nostrils that would make Clinton extremely proud!

Roger: "Got to get some for my brother, he's got a nose like a vacuum cleaner."

25 posted on 12/05/2004 12:58:18 PM PST by beyond the sea (I know beyond a doubt ...... my heart will lead me there)
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To: Yardstick; martin_fierro; airborne
Is it "here, here" or "hear, hear"? There've been times when I've wanted to use this expression but hesitated because I didn't want to look like a dummy by getting it wrong. I see you've opted for "here, hear" -- a Solomonic solution that I have also considered. That way you're only half wrong and can blame it on a typo. Or is that the correct way of writing it?

I forgot to mention in my previous post to you that the depth of thought that you nearly attributed to my whimsical correction of the poster was way to generous. Let me tell you, I am completely void of that depth........especially when my football team plays a Sunday night game in Jacksonville, and getting tuned up for the game is a necessity.

Steeler fans never reach "Solomon level thinking" during game days.

26 posted on 12/05/2004 1:08:24 PM PST by beyond the sea (I know beyond a doubt ...... my heart will lead me there)
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To: Yardstick

You are correct. It began as hear him, then hear, hear.


27 posted on 12/05/2004 3:13:28 PM PST by Eric in the Ozarks
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To: Jeff Blogworthy; JustaCowgirl

**What's with the Cheney scowl? He looks demon possessed or something. I often here people talk about Cheney being mean, but he strikes me as a personable, intelligent guy. Maybe I'm just weird.**

You are not weird he has the most wonderful twinkling eyes and a wonderful mischievous smile. A wonderul dry sense of humour especially when he delivers the cutting attacks on the dems. Like the one the other day "I have not had this much fun since we beat John Kerry".

He is most certainly not mean he is one intelligent manly sexy guy just ask the Cheney Chicks


28 posted on 12/05/2004 4:32:05 PM PST by snugs (An English Cheney Chick - BIG TIME)
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To: IPWGOP

LOL...I love it!! You got both Rummy and Dubyuh smirkin', and Cheney sneerin'...a lib'ral nightmare indeed...MUD


29 posted on 12/05/2004 4:48:17 PM PST by Mudboy Slim (RE-IMPEACH the HildaBeast's Hubby!!)
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To: snugs; Jeff Blogworthy
I suspect that Dick Cheney probably can be formidable, and certainly takes his job very seriously (and thank God for that). But from all reports he is not at all the mean, snarling, surly individual that he has been portrayed as being in the media (except to Patrick Leahy, who just pushed him too far once too often!)

This column might be enlightening on the subject. It's a snippet from a recent copy of the gossip column of the NY Daily News

A warmer, fuzzier VP

Vice President Cheney used the occasion of a bash celebrating the 30th anniversary of Gerald Ford's swearing-in as the 38th President to needle his old friend and mentor Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, known in Washington circles as the Prince of Prickly.

Cheney - who has a rep as a bit of a Prince of Darkness himself but is actually far more easygoing than Rumsfeld (when he's not dropping the F-bomb) - recalled a story U.S. News & World Report did when he succeeded Rumsfeld as Ford's White House chief of staff in 1975.

"I quote: 'White House associates look on Mr. Cheney as a copy of Mr. Rumsfeld in work habits. But they described Mr. Cheney as friendlier, easier to approach. Some aides believe older associates will test Mr. Cheney's authority, largely on account of his youth and because of his reputation as being 'softer' than Mr. Rumsfeld.'"

"Don, I guess that's one reason I like serving with you in this administration," Cheney said, according to Daily News Washington bureau chief Tom DeFrank. "When you're around, suddenly people start seeing me as a softie, all warm and fuzzy."

30 posted on 12/05/2004 5:13:16 PM PST by JustaCowgirl (I don't know what I said yesterday, but I know what I think, and I assume that's what I said- Rummy)
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