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Jim Borgman has been the Enquirer's editorial cartoonist since 1976. Borgman has won every major award in his field, including the 1991 Pulitzer Prize, the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year in 1993, and most recently, the Adamson Award in 2005 as International Cartoonist of the Year. His award-winning daily comic strip Zits, co-created with Jerry Scott, chronicles the life of 15-year-old Jeremy Duncan, his family and friends through the glories and challenges of the teenage years. Since debuting in July 1997, Zits has regularly finished #1 in reader comics polls across America and is syndicated in more than 1300 newspapers around the world.

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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Message for Rumsfeld


at 11/9/06, 12:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

my image of the election results are a pair of democratic scissors cutting thru a stack of credit cards. the card on top of the stack is a Republic of China flag with GOP Congress embossed as the card holder and an expiration date of November 7, 2006.

at 11/9/06, 2:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wake up anonymous... If anything, MORE of your imagined credit cards will be forthcoming into democratic hands.. let's not forget who was responsible for NAFTA. The only difference now will be Democratic hands digging deeper into MY wallet to pay YOUR bills. There is a reason they chose the jackass as their party symbol.

at 11/9/06, 2:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

better you to pay for a baseless war than my kids.

at 11/9/06, 8:02 PM Anonymous Jon Sherry said...

I like the idea, but I almost think it would have worked better if it had been a brick and the tag said "CHANGE! Signed, Rummy" so Bush and Cheney didn't have to say a word.

But the election related ones before are priceless. Too bad you couldn't publish all of them on "dead trees" as you put it. At least we get to relish in them here.

Oh, and Jim, if you're reading this. Apparently you're something of a hero to the Japanese as well. They seem to have an anime cartoon named after you. ;) Here's an image.

Also, I'd like to address the Anonymous Three Stooges.

Anonymous #1: They're going to cut up the GOP credit cards, go out, get all shiny new ones in the name of the DEMS, and we'll still get stuck with the bill either way. Only now we'll have different spending sprees with different people making the same excuses why they tax and spend.

Anonymous #2: The Dems may have brought us NAFTA, but the GOP and Bush are bringing you a highway that goes straight through the heart of the US from Canada to Mexico without so much as a Customs checkpoint until they reach Kansas City. So both sides are equally to blame.

Anonymous #3: My parents paid for the last "baseless war" in Vietnam. We're paying for this "baseless war" now, and odds are your kids will be paying for a baseless war of their own too. Lets not kid ourselves into thinking that leaving the bills for the next generation is anything new in Washington DC, much less families across the nation.

If all those who post anonymously on this blog would put their name behind their rants, put their efforts into changing our government, take some responsibility as a citizen to do what it takes to make our country better, we wouldn't have the corruption and skullduggery in Washington we see today. The people eligible to vote or run for office in this country are responsible for the state of government today. Yet 95% or more would rather sit at home and talk about what they think would be better rather than taking part in the process.

I've worked on the campaigns of Bobbie Stern, Sherrod Brown, and Roxanne Qualls. I let my representatives in Congress know when I'm displeased with them or when I think something needs to be addressed. I've even discussed policy with Mark Mallory when he was a state senator. And I've voted in every election since I turned 18.

Remember, evil prevails when good people fail to act.

at 11/9/06, 11:02 PM Anonymous weekly cartoonist said...

On a formal note: I really like that smashed window.

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