Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Been There, Done That!!

Threw away the red t-shirt!


From Cox & Forkum Editorial Cartoons

8 comments:

Pam said...

Love it! I especially like the sign on the steps - "Watch Your Mouth" instead of "Watch Your Step"!!

Abouna said...

Oh sure, Il Duce can come here and dis our president, but God forbid anyone should go to his country and dis him.

What a jerk!

SERENDIP said...

Good one. I agree with Pam.

Slave Revolt said...

Well, why should Venezulea allow people that support US state terror destablize the country with lies that could lead to US bombings (aka terror) of civilians?

They shouldn't.

But the cartoon does illustrate the point that Venezuela will not continue in colonial-mode--allowing racist, hate-filled, fanatically violent gringos come to the country and disseminate lies.

They will be lead back to the airport and flown to Sammie-land.

Of course you don't like it--the criminally minded never like restrictions on their behavior.

Jungle Mom said...

Slave, You do know the comment was made in response to a statement made by a Mexican statesman , don't you? Not because of a gringo, and don't forget the
Brazilian congress
Paraguyan Congress
Chilean Congress
Colombia
Peru
Argentina
Japan
European Union
among others have also spoken out against Chavez' undemocratic dictatorship.
Like I told you before, Go live in Venezuela! Leave the empire where you are making money like a good capitalist!! Go join the Revolucion Bonita...or shut up about the greatest country on earth where you live!!

Harry said...

And yet, Hugo still has his defenders on the Left. But they live in the U.S. and don't have to deal with his policies.

By the way, congratulations on the new grandkid.

redneck preacher said...

Jungle mom,
Some folks are too busy watching CNN and believing Hillary. Slave probably does not know what the meaning of the word "is" is either. A VERY good and wise response from you. I admire your Christian and very charitable attitude. I must work on that in my soul.
HTOITA

Kate said...

So on point! Thanks, JM!