In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Cartoon of the Day || July 9, 2013

14 thoughts on “Cartoon of the Day || July 9, 2013”

    1. They ran out of toilet paper in the country. For a while, it could only be bought on the black market. We knew this was coming when Sears quit printing a bi-annual catalogue.

      I know, I know. Rationing toilet paper is just too funny.

      1. Once back in DC Safeway had a truck strike and the shelves went empty. Everyday I asked for kitty litter. Finally the manager said, “What IS it with you people and your kitty litter?” I said we can live without food, but not without kitty litter.

      2. I had the misfortune to run out of toilet paper one time my mother-in-law was visiting. Every time she came thereafter, she’d bring a big lawn and leaf bag full.

  1. How ironic that back in the 70’s the radical left would have hailed Snowden as a patriot, welcomed him back to America as a hero, and given him some professorship at one of their Ivy League universities.

    Now that the radical left is in charge of the leviathan and Snowden exposed their evil plans, he’s considered a traitor and must be destroyed. No matter where he goes to escape this iron fisted government, he will remain a hero in my opinion. The only harm he has brought so far is to the evil doers pulling the strings on the leviathan…

    1. Excellent point! So much for fairness and impartiality. The law seems to have a different interpretation depending on who is in power.

  2. Isn’t it ironic that the countries offering asylum to Snowden are the same who suppress freedom of the press and persecution of those who oppose the government? Has Snowden lost his marbles?

  3. That’s pretty funny. I have spent lots of time and space ferrying toilet paper to various parts of the world. My favourite local paper was the forest green textured paper from the DDR

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