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    • Jamie
    • Posted August 12, 2010 at 5:53 pm
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    Zack – ‘glad you’re back… I missed your stuff.

    • wootabega
    • Posted August 12, 2010 at 6:04 pm
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    Welcome back, Zack!

    • cagey
    • Posted August 12, 2010 at 11:44 pm
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    Hooray, you’re back!

    Yeah, guess Lady Mi didn’t feel she needed to treat her hubby during his birthday. The photos of all that security entourage were an obnoxious spectacle.

    Meanwhile, I thought ‘his’ little sports fantasy camp or whatever he did was tacky.

    I know that it’s better to talk about ideas than people, but there should be a certain dignity (not arrogance) surrounding the presidency. I wish dignity were better reflected everywhere in this country. The Reagan Years seem like ancient history. Well, excuse me while I make my next set of rounds over at peopleofwalmart.com

    • Steve
    • Posted August 13, 2010 at 3:22 am
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    Dear Diversity,

    DITTO -!!

    Perhaps some OTHER country would kindly match that $316,000 /year no-show, hospital board position** for her, and placate her sense of entitlement… hell, add 25% to keep her there permanently!

    Welcome back, Zack!!
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    ** – For those of you who are unaware:
    “Michelle Obama had been working for the University of Chicago Hospital at a salary of $121,000 a year. But in 2005 after Barrack Obama was elected U.S. senator, Michelle got the promotion to Vice President of External Community Affairs, — a position that didn’t previously exist — and a [nearly] $200,000 a year raise — to $316,000.”

    http://tominpaine.blogspot.com/2009/09/will-michelle-obama-talk-about-her.html

  1. Looks like you didn’t have your hands bitten off by wolves after all. Oh good.

    • geeknerd
    • Posted August 13, 2010 at 7:53 am
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    “For the first time in my adult life, I’m ashamed of my country”

  2. Nice to see you back at it, Zack!

  3. Huzzah! New comics!

  4. Moar!

  5. “For the first time in my adult life, I’m ashamed of my country”

    For the first time in my adult life, I am proud of the just-recently US-officially racist country of Spain.

    • Elron
    • Posted August 16, 2010 at 3:01 pm
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    If Michelle OSAMA was a true American she’d never leave the country! Thank G_d this comic is here to expose the LIEberal perfidy! Keep hammering, man, you’re a true voice of sanity!!! How dare the first “lady” (lady is in quotes because Michelle OSAMA is no lady, lol get it?) take a trip!!! I AM SOOOOO OUTRAGED RIGHT NOW.

    • geeknerd
    • Posted August 17, 2010 at 7:11 am
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    Elron,

    More outraged now than when Nancy Reagan bought those new dishes for the White House?

    More outraged NOW than when Sarah Palin bought a new wardrobe for the campaigne trail?

    What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.

  6. Welcome back!

  7. Love this stuff. I’ve really enjoyed your comics. Great conservative stuff and I love how the child is conservative and the parents are flaming liberals. FUNNY! I do some comics too!

    • plf5403
    • Posted August 21, 2010 at 4:26 am
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    Excellent work, thanks for ending your “vacation”.

  8. cagey:
    The arrogance is one of the biggest feature attractions in the Projection Parade that started marching down the avenue the instant Barack Obama stepped out of Illinois. It’s an easy accusation to throw at someone you don’t like, but it also doesn’t usually hold up.

    The Bush family, for all their blueblood credits and society connections, never projected “arrogant” to me. (I’m NOT talking about Bush’s policies.)

    And the Obamas, coming from a background as far from northeast blueblood privilege as possible, are poor choices on which to project this theme.

  9. Marbles:
    Your counterclaim is rejected based on the following criteria alone:
    – The Brandenburg Gate-gate
    – [ObamaNoseintheAir.jpg]

  10. Put down those goalposts, Sir Cagey.

    You’re now talking about a different kind of “arrogance” altogether, distinct from the sort of aristocratic privileged snobbery that is irrationally projected onto the Obamas. Obama caught a lot of flack from your side of the aisle for the whole German thing, coming from a place of resentment for the whole “citizen of the world” vibe. This is something many of us liberals do not consider to be an indictment of one’s patriotism, so it’s simply a non-issue. Lately with conservatives, however, it seems just about anything is a potential indictment of one’s patriotism. It’s a waltz I have no interest in particpating in.

    As for the photo, if you tried to link to it, it didn’t work. I suppose it was meant to somehow prove something—if you were actually being serious, that is.
    I could easily link to a certain photo of George W. Bush that I personally believe is THE worst photograph ever taken of ANYone in the history of photography, but I won’t because it doesn’t prove anything about the man whatsoever, any more than that unbelievable 2008 photo of McCain with his tongue hanging out proved anything about him. Both were just instances of incredibly unlucky timing. And anyone who’s been in family candids knows all about those….


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