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 || April 15, 2015


A big H/T to TerrellAftermath.

12 thoughts on “Cartoon of the Day || April 15, 2015”

  1. Poor Hillary, forced to mingle among people who didn’t go college, much less to Yale, don’t have apartments in NYC, and , gasp, shop at Walmart.
    Anyway, it was nice to see her eating at the fast food joint – eating something probably made by some minimum wage stoner, served on a paper boat, and given a plastic spork to eat it with. She must have loved the brown recycled paper napkins they offered, too.

    1. A Wal-Mart neighborhood store just opened nearby last year–it’s just primarily a grocery store. I never thought I would ever say I shop in Wal-Mart, but you can’t beat their prices when one is on a limited income.

  2. Try as I might, I can’t visualize Maggie Thatcher ever, ever stooping to such lows. If she was alive today, the media would be doing a compare and contrast between Hillary and the Iron Lady. Sorta like ‘what would Reagan do’ in reverse.
    There is not an ounce of greatness flowing through the veins of Hag Hillary.

  3. Poor Hillary. She can’t do anything right. Her “everyday Americans” video had 3 people that were not everyday people. Now, we find out her first campaign stop in Iowa was staged with “ordinary Iowans” – a health care lobbyist who had interned with Obama’s campaign and another had worked as executive director of the Iowa Democratic party and chauffeured Biden.

    1. …And they will still vote for her.

      There is a large part of the Country that has just flat been conditioned to vote “D” no matter what. There’s a lot of examples, but here’s a good one;

      “My issues with republicans are all about people.”

      This is a very articulate young man who wrote it for Ebony Magazine, and is far from the ranting, pants-wetting Hilltard we are used to. The article is reasonable, mellow in tone, and doesn’t even give Republicans the usual indictment for being racist. At the end, however, a thoughtless moment from a candidate was all it took to poison him against an entire party based on “feels”.

      They wedge women away from the Republicans with hysterical language and accusations such as;
      “You may have heard defenders of Republicans, who are claiming the right to rape women with the authority of the state”

      and more, but I’m at the mod limit now so I can’t keep on.

      The Republicans don’t help themselves with turn-based anointing, either. Despite the fact that even Jesus wouldn’t be elected if he came back with the last name of Bush, the Republican establishment still wants to pretend that Jeb Bush is a viable candidate, apparently on the same sort of entitlement mentality that Hilary has. I can think of no better way to throw the election than to nominate a Bush. Doesn’t matter what the man does, says, or thinks; the Democrats have very successfully poisoned THAT well…

      To sum, there’s a lot of people who don’t like Hillary. These same people WILL vote for her – because they are conditioned to. Add a fawning press to the mix, and I don’t think an elitist gaffe here or there is really going to matter. After all, we are so used to being talked down to by Democrats in general at this point that its really a “dog bites man” story even when the moribund media DOES point it out…

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