Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by John Roger » Fri, 24 Sep 2004 11:08:09


http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

Heh.

John Rogers
AU Class of 1985
The Al Del Greco of Atlanta

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 I will choose free will."

 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by Stephen » Fri, 24 Sep 2004 11:56:14

Hilarious.. and embarrassing to trudeau, given how shamelessly he's
trumpeting Kerry right now. Although wasn't he pimping Dean earlier this
year? ROFL.

--
"those who doubted whether Iraq or the world would be better
off without Saddam Hussein, and those who
 believe today that we are not safer with his capture,
don't have the judgment to be president or the credibility
to be elected president."

- John Kerry, 12/16/03


Quote:

> http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

> Heh.

> John Rogers
> AU Class of 1985
> The Al Del Greco of Atlanta

> "I will choose a path thats clear.
>  I will choose free will."


 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by Jon Russel » Fri, 24 Sep 2004 12:07:31


Quote:

>http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

>Heh.

I actually own a Doonesbury collection which has that particular strip.

--
Don't forget to just say NO to playoffs

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Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by xyzz » Fri, 24 Sep 2004 23:52:02

Quote:


>>http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

>>Heh.

> I actually own a Doonesbury collection which has that particular strip.

So do I. Classic Doonesbury rules.
 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by jaybyr » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 00:37:24

Quote:



>> says...

>>> http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

>>> Heh.

>> I actually own a Doonesbury collection which has that particular strip.

> So do I. Classic Doonesbury rules.

Too bad Trudeau lost his touch years ago.  I don't read it any more.  My
favorite characters were Duke and Honey.

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         PP      iii  iii    ttt     tt

 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by T0n4w4nd4 K4rd » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 02:55:37

Quote:

> http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

> Heh.

A life spent in public service.
 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by sue kels » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 07:54:58


Quote:


>> says...

>>>http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

>>>Heh.

>> I actually own a Doonesbury collection which has that particular strip.

> So do I. Classic Doonesbury rules.

I used to have a cat named Phred.

sue k

 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by Zaphod Beeblebro » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 10:53:13

Quote:

> Hilarious.. and embarrassing to trudeau, given how shamelessly he's
> trumpeting Kerry right now.

Trust Jaros to come up with the standard response of the retarded
imbecile that he is.

First, a disclaimer - I think Trudeau is the best cartoonist around, bar
none.  He's past his prime no doubt - I can't think of anyhing in recent
times that approaches his "Morning in America" or "Reagan's Brain"
series from the 80's.  All the same the man is DEAD on pretty much all
the time.  With the cartoon in question he was just as accurate as ever
- Kerry was as much a politician blowing his own horn back in the early
70's - *before* he entered politics - as he is today.  But I'd like to
know which politician isn't into sounding his own trumpet!

So 30 years ago before Kerry even entered politics, Trudeau satirized
his self-aggrandizement, and today he supports Kerry over Bush.
Big ***ing deal - what exactly does that prove?!  Trudeau was accurate
then and he's still accurate.

What's so "shameless" about it Jaros??

Wait, don't bother to respond - it's kind of pointless anyway...

 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by xyzz » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 23:15:45

Quote:




>>> says...

>>>> http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

>>>> Heh.

>>> I actually own a Doonesbury collection which has that particular strip.

>> So do I. Classic Doonesbury rules.

> Too bad Trudeau lost his touch years ago.  I don't read it any more.  My
> favorite characters were Duke and Honey.

I think Doonesbury peaked when Duke was governor of Samoa.
 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by Jon Russel » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 11:09:15

On Thu, 23 Sep 2004 22:54:58 GMT, "sue kelso"

Quote:





>>> says...

>>>>http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

>>>>Heh.

>>> I actually own a Doonesbury collection which has that particular strip.

>> So do I. Classic Doonesbury rules.

>I used to have a cat named Phred.

Heh......did you have a copy of the strip where BD buys an airplane
ticket to go see Phred?

Don't forget to just say NO to playoffs

Jon Russell, the CheeseHusker

 
 
 

Doonesbury on John Kerry, circa 1971

Post by Jon Russel » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 11:08:19

Quote:



>>>http://powerlineblog.com/archives/Doon.php

>>>Heh.

>> I actually own a Doonesbury collection which has that particular strip.

>So do I. Classic Doonesbury rules.

I kinda like the whole "King Richard" series with "Princess Tricia"

Don't forget to just say NO to playoffs

Jon Russell, the CheeseHusker