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I would think that is better than Obama refering to all 57 states. Maybe that's just me.
The cartoon is spot on. Romney has such contempt for average Americans.
I was actually less upset by his recognizing that his winning strategy didn't include the 47% of the voters who are likely to vote for Obama than his gloating that the economy would recover and that Romney and his donors wouldn't have to do anything make it happen. He knows the economy is beginning to move forward.
Just another example of the lazy and weak media playing "Gotcha." This is all they have, and they all just mimic each other. This is professional journalism these days, and there are sane people who actually think we are doing just fine.
liora51 Read the new york times today and what Fedex the delivery giant has said. You won't find it in the Startrib right now.
The Democrats are the source of the culture wars currently taking place in this country - right? A thoughtful person might review who has done what to whom. Women, gays, seniors, veterans, and a whole rainbow of poor people - think about it before you vote.
ranger78, do you honestly think Obama misspeaking and saying 57 is really worse than Romney lying about half the country wanting to be dependent on the government? Of course you don't, but you'll keep trying to change the subject anyway.
It would be refreshing to see say just one cartoon with Obama in it for every ten with Romney in it. Perhaps it could satirize the proposition being peddled that our flags are being burned because of a movie no one has seen and not the failure of a foreign policy. Just an idea.
When Obama becomes the cartoon Romney is, then of course he will make the late night roundup, and Steve Sack's hilarious cartoons. But honestly lawstar, Romney just keeps handing his own brand of buffoonery to the comics and cartoonists, and on a silver platter no less, much like Limbaugh --- They just can't help making dumb, outlandish, churlish statements. Obama has nothing to do but sit back and watch this craziness self destruct.
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