December 31, 2005

That Sort Of Answers That
— Ace

A lefty cartoonist poses a question. It's answered.

Posted by: Ace at 10:32 AM | Comments (12)
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1 "Democracy" in Iraq is inimical to U.S. strategic interests.

Elections during occupation are a joke.

U.S. succeeds if country is partitioned, not if united by democracy.

Posted by: ergastularius at December 31, 2005 11:12 AM (AuKcO)

2 According to the link, I think her mom put the WHY cartoon up on the fridge, so I dunno.

Posted by: Sortelli at December 31, 2005 11:36 AM (JV5Qt)

3 Did you read the links? Her mom is an antiwar moonbat.

Posted by: someone at December 31, 2005 11:37 AM (F7ifH)

4 The comments on the AJC site are disgusting.

"Freedom for whom? Freedom for American corporations to loot Iraq’s resources!"

"Our American soldiers have died to protect oil interests and to finalize the vendetta Daddy Bush failed in after evicting Hussein from Kuwait.

"We want to believe it is about freedom. It keeps us the good guys. It is about the oil."

"I really can’t imagine how those 2000 deaths have rendered any of these readers more free…beyond, of course, the fact that we’ll be free to drive our SUVs around for several years longer. I’d really like to reconfigure her letters to spell oil"


The moonbats still seriously believe that this is some kind of war for oil/SUVs/Corporations.

How f*cked up can some people be? It aggravates the crap out of me that they'll cheapen the sacrifice of the men and women dying over there simply because they hate George Bush.

That some people make money on any conflict is simply a fact of life, not evidence that this war was for profit to begin with..

The oil is in the hands of the Iraqi government, but they simply ignore that fact.

You're disgruntled, fine, we get it. But spouting this mindless crap that the sacrifice was for anything other than freeing 25,000,000 Iraqis cheapens the sacrifice.

Posted by: Sean at December 31, 2005 01:02 PM (29u+V)

5 I saw this today. It’s in the same frame of thought. You have to look twice.

http://www.cafepress.com/adnagaporp

Posted by: joe at December 31, 2005 02:36 PM (HABKw)

6 Again the esteemed readers here at AoSHQ get to see what an ignorant embarrassment Mike Luckovich is. He works for the Atlanta Journal Constitution, a paper I am embarrassed to admit is the largest paper in my beloved home state. Georgia is as red state as Texas, with many of the most important military bases in the country located here. The citizens of Georgia are extremely patriotic; I met fellow Georgians in every Army post I ever went. Yet the lone newspaper of our capitol city is home to some of the most shrill, partisan opinion writers I've ever seen outside of the New York Times. And Luckovich is neither talented nor funny, to boot.

Posted by: UGAdawg at December 31, 2005 03:52 PM (alGm/)

7 Dawg, better you than us... we had to put up with his crap when he was at the Times-Picayune in New Orleans. At least then, he drew more cartoons about local culture than his half-baked idiocy that you have to put up with.

He's a douchebag.

BTW, go Dawgs in the Sugar Bowl... it pains me to say it, given the fact that LSU blew it so badly in the SEC Championship... but hey, credit where credit's due.

tmi3rd

Posted by: tmi3rd at December 31, 2005 05:07 PM (bXBug)

8 There's hope for the future after all. Today's kids have more sense than too many hippy moonbat old pharts wanting to relive the Haight-Ashbury glory days.

Posted by: Border Reiver at December 31, 2005 06:59 PM (u05QH)

9 And Luckovich is neither talented nor funny, to boot.

Seems to be a trend amongst liberal cartoonists these days. Ted Rall anyone?

Posted by: zetetic at December 31, 2005 07:04 PM (/Rdy2)

10 Posting hungover, my favorite pasttime. Zetetic, Rall doesn't qualify as a cartoonist, or even a human being for that matter. He's a walking, talking anal wart who I constantly hope will get hit by a cement truck driven by a Bush voter.
tmi3rd, thanks. We GA grads are proud of this year's team. I'm also quite pleased that LSU thoroughly thumped Miami Friday night. It says something about the SEC when the runner up is that good.

Posted by: UGAdawg at January 01, 2006 05:53 AM (alGm/)

11 I'm trying to imagine how I would feel if one of my kids came up with something similiar that was moonbatish and it became news like this.

I would be HORRIFIED.

Luckily, they aren't rebeling so far and one is as rightwing as I am and the other is apathetic towards politics because he has heard too much about it his whole life. (But he does vote Republican thank God, at least that is what he tells me) He says that alot of Repbulicans make him sick, but ALL the Democratics do.

Posted by: Rightwingsparkle at January 01, 2006 12:51 PM (VGhak)

12 Just typical of these miserble lowlife leftists scum he deserves to be exposed to the truth and watch him crumble to dust like a vampire

Posted by: spurwing plover at January 02, 2006 05:42 AM (stdEd)

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