Editorial cartoon: RNC post-mortem

  • Article by: DAVID HORSEY , Tribune Media Services
  • Updated: August 31, 2012 - 9:49 PM
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wa0tdaSep. 1, 12 7:48 AM

It was probably a blessing for the GOP that people were otherwise distracted by the hurricane and back to school shopping. Talk about a train wreck!

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hobie2Sep. 1, 12 8:59 AM

Our leaders... oh well... between the peanut incident opener and the floor show ending, it will keep comedians employed for months.

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RyoushiSep. 1, 12 9:12 AM

Whan the most riveting moment at your convention is an aging actor talking to an empty chair, you have some problems.

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eightballSep. 1, 12 9:26 AM

Glad to see the democrats voicing opinoins. Democrats hated the Republican convention. And let me guess next week the Republicans will talk about how terrible the Democratic Convention was. It's funny how both side complain about the same thing about the other side. And how no matter the story the comments will within short order reduce to politics and name calling. Pretty sure this is not what the founding fathers had in mind but it is our reality. Truely disgusting - ON BOTH SIDES!

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johneramone4Sep. 1, 1212:08 PM

The RNC obviously went better then the Dems would like to let on. That explains the sour grape whining while Romney Ryan now lead in all major polls. This trend will continue from now until the election. The Dems are screwed and they know it. They might as well get in all the barbs and swipes they can.

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johneramone4Sep. 1, 1212:13 PM

I can hardly wait to listen to that annoying pretentious Gerogetown Law School scholarship recipient grip about how the evil Repubs want to make her pay for her own recreational birth control. I can imagine she will be garnering SOOOOO much sympathy from the voters. The DNC will just be the doomed Dems going through the motions knowing full well that they are done.

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