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    • Terenzio
    • Posted May 15, 2009 at 12:23 pm
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    Poor Diversity … I feel the same way every quarter when I make my estimated tax payments.

  1. I LOOOOOVE it!

  2. Just practice for being an adult, right?

    • Donna C
    • Posted May 15, 2009 at 1:45 pm
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    I can totally envision my 8 year old there in the stead of Diversity. The same raping that just occurred to Diversity, is precisely what is occurring to my own son…and the children of this country…at the helm of BarryBoy. There is nothing more painful than standing witness to your own child being hurt, and knowing there is basically nothing you can do about it.

    *Sniff*

    As usual, Zack…you’ve driven the nail home with one very adept swing.

    • Melek
    • Posted May 15, 2009 at 2:26 pm
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    Zack!

    Poor Diversity ūüė¶ There’s no doubt in my mind that she’s subjected to mental abuse in her “progressive” home … before we know, she will have no choice, but to have an “imaginary friend” to maintain her sanity. I wonder if they are “educating” her for when she comes property of the state!

    Just like those of her ilk, Allison’s “compassion” is directly proportional to what she can extract from others … rarely self-generated!

    I wish you well ūüôā Melek

    “Socialism is the doctrine that man has no right to exist for his own sake, that his life and his work do not belong to him, but belong to society, that the only justification of his existence is his service to society, and that society may dispose of him in any way it pleases for the sake of whatever it deems to be its own tribal, collective good.” ~ Ayn Rand

  3. That is positively poignant.

    Sometimes you really run into an image that is worth a thousand words. This is of those times.

  4. Terrific.
    As usual, I love Chuck’s comment!

  5. Terenzio– yes, the “Big” of Big Government never feels bigger than when you’re self-employed and writing those checks for umpteen thousands four times a year.

    Thanks Eric, and much appreciate the post over at your great Vocal Minority blog. http://vocalminority.typepad.com/ Here’s hoping Diversity at least gets to keep the ballerina painting over her bed after the taxmama is through.

    Right Chuck, they do try to hit them up young nowadays. Just look at what our kids are learning in public school.

    Donna, it often seems to me that while the Right was granted common sense and clear thinking, the Left got all the crafty tricks of the charlatan with which to ply his trade (see Trial Lawyers Association for further details). One of their favorites is to indoctrinate the young. Just look at the Hitler Youth of the 1930s, another Left-wing community activism of sorts, which was in all ways (other than the venomous racial factor) a Socialist movement.

    Beautifully summarized, Melek. You’re like a walking Cliff Notes when it comes to fighting the Leftist onslaught and I love your clearsightedness. Interesting notion, about the imaginary friend for Diversity. Sierra already has one I think, but that’s just when she’s stoned.

  6. Thanks Joseph, I much appreciate the level on which you experienced this. I want people to see it that way, because whether you’re 6 or 60 there’s still a small child in all of us, weeping inside over having something precious stolen from us by the local bully… Big Government included.

    Z, I do think Chuck summed it up nicely there. Diversity gets more than her share of practice for living the Leftist-Driven Life, but as long as I’m writing this stuff she’s never gonna turn into one of them.

    • Jordan Lewis
    • Posted May 16, 2009 at 12:01 pm
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    Zack,

    Terrific stuff. I have slew of union employees upon whom the humor of this cartoon would be lost entirely.

  7. Thanks Jordan, and sorry to hear about your Union of Uncomprehending Workers. Lucky for them there’s a ton of Left-oriented comedy out there: Letterman, Garofalo, Pelosi…

    • ikabod
    • Posted May 18, 2009 at 3:56 pm
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    Well of course Jayson should reap the redistribution of Diversity wealth! Obviously she has gained her obnoxious riches by tormenting and exploiting the poor throughout the neighborhood! Seems perfectly logical to me. Besides she is liable to save that money and purchase something like a computer. Its better her parent guide her towards sharing said funds for those who won’t work for it anyway.

  8. The same raping that occured to Diversity

    the same raping

    raping

    rape

    rap

    Ra, Egyptian Sun God

  9. OBAMA IS THRUSTING HIS CHANGESTICK INTO MY WALLET! QUICK, GET HIS LARGE, BLACK CAUCUS OUT BEFORE HE SPILLS HIS HOPE ALL OVER MY CREDIT CARDS!

  10. I can’t top that, Ikabod– you’ve laid out liberal logic as clearly as an algebra theorem.

    Kool-Aid: What were you on when you typed that first one? Are you saying Obama = the liberals’ Sun God? But we knew that already.

    The second one is kinda funny, thanks for that. As with Ikabod you’re spelling out The Plan with admirable clarity.

    • Donna C
    • Posted May 19, 2009 at 7:43 am
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    A: Was I right…or was I right? How long shall this stint last?

    B: His first reply here, was clearly quoting my comment…which leads me to a couple conclusions:
    1. He is looking for attention, as evidenced by his second response…not to mention the whining he did elsewhere about not getting long enough replies;
    2. Libs who think they are staunch…but are, in realty, weak links…thrive on attention, and especially have a penchant for women putting them in their places. The fact that I am a CONSERVATIVE woman only adds to the excitement.
    3. BWAAAAAHAHAHAHA!

  11. No, I was just mindbroken by the whole “he’s raping my child’s MONEY.”

    I guess he won’t be able to get that extra Nintendo DS this year, Timmy! We’re all having to hold back with THE ONE taking our money.

    Can a wallet even be raped? What if my fursona is a wallet?

    • Donna C
    • Posted May 19, 2009 at 7:54 pm
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    Anyone with a rational brain, and a modicum of sensibility, would recognize that the “bail outs” occurring under BarryBoy, not to mention the projected quadrupling of this admin’s deficit…which will be paid my your & my children, grandchildren, and likely, great-grandchildren is as much a raping as in the literal, physical sense.

    For your enilghtenment:
    Rape

    To seize and take away by force

    What seems to be confounding you so? Oh…sorry, my error. Forgot who I was talking to.

  12. It’s okay, we won’t need to pay off this bail out anyway. Quetzalcoatl’s going to be back in three years and this time the plumed serpent is finishing the job.

    And a little debt never hurt anyone. It builds character, don’tcha know.

  13. ^ mistake

    • Donna C.
    • Posted May 19, 2009 at 10:15 pm
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    You clearly have no children, are young yourself and have never had to pay for serious debt, and are from a socialist country. I’m guessing all three.

  14. Donna, Kool-Aid, not much I can add to your dispute, it speaks for itself. Donna’s against the nation going into the most devastating debt since its inception, Kool-Aid’s for it (unless it is Bush who’s doing the overspending: then Kool-Aid would revile it). (As did conservatives, BTW.)

  15. real compassion
    normally voluntary
    the One changed the rules

  16. Love it, Vegas, one of the best new ones. Something so final and fatalistic about that last line, with its hints of a fearsome force able to change and rearrange our lives at its whim.

  17. That one took me a few days to come up with.

    • buckitz
    • Posted July 8, 2009 at 8:50 pm
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    First, I love the art, and haven’t seen such true craft since mid sixties MAD Magazine.
    It’s truly great to see that light, googie- influenced art in use today.

    Second, this cartoon is straight from my childhood- growing up in a Democratic household where the squeaky gate got the oil can turn a kid into Ayn Rand in a snap.
    Thinking back, that twenty dollars of birthday money stolen to give to my sister was the wisest investment my parents ever made. At least one kid, (me) got out of the house before age 30.

  18. Thanks buckitz! Tough about that lib household you grew up in; only silver lining for folks like us: if it hadn’t been that bad we might never have been propelled into the world of clear thinking. Good luck to the aging sis… is she still living with the parents?

    • buckitz
    • Posted July 19, 2009 at 5:10 am
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    No, she finally married a guy who’s dream was to be a farmer. No joke, they could not figure out why someone wouldn’t Give them a farm, so they both ended up in the service field.

  19. They needed to hang on a little longer– for the Age of Obama. Shouldn’t be long before a little whining plus maybe some tangential membership in a select victim-group might well entitle one to a free farm.


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