Skip to comments."Liberal Nightmare" CARTOON featuring 4 more years of Rumsfeld, Cheney with Dubya
Posted on 12/05/2004 11:16:57 AM PST by IPWGOP
Donald Rumsfeld agrees to stay on as Sec. of Defense
This is an email-able, copyright-ready graphic you can use in emails, on blogs, in flyers, on posters... anything that's noncommercial.
Flank em with Condi and Kerik, and throw in all Bush's hispanic appointees in the background, and you've got yourself Liberal RABIES.
Good one. Has any cartoonist done one with Kofi as a skid row bum and a sign "Will Oil For Food"?
You have made another great toon!! It will drive the liberals wild. :)
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.
Where's Condi....... a greater nightmare for the loonies.
Thanks for the ping!
I really like these caricatures better than most I've seen. The expressions are great!
Didn't mean to double post (I thought my first one didn't take).
Suicide watch alert!
We'll overlook it THIS time... (;^)~
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?
Its "here, here."
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!".
I think he opted for a play on words due to my mis-spelling in post 7. Silly mistake.
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