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Take a peek over Jim Borgman's shoulder

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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Tuesday, August 28, 2007


at 8/28/07, 5:45 PM Blogger Jim in DC said...

Beautiful drawing...

And a sword, too...whew...

at 8/28/07, 6:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

should make him the size of a baby in a high chair with a bottle

at 8/29/07, 9:11 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any cartoons back in the day about how Clinton fired 90 something federal prosecutors because he was afraid they wouldn't do what he said?
Then replaced them with a bunch of his cronies?

at 8/29/07, 10:48 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how about a Chinese dictator schythe?

at 8/29/07, 10:49 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's obvious Georgie Sr. has been running the scam; Georgie Jr. only has two brain cells, one for winter and the other for summer, and he's not using either one!

at 8/29/07, 10:51 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

need to get Bush on the Jerry Springer show

at 8/29/07, 11:39 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

when in doubt or if you can't make a valid point, just say clinton did it (which in the given example he actually didn't, but why let facts get in the way when you're trying to tell a neocon lie)

at 8/29/07, 11:51 AM Blogger Rus said...

I've never understood why so many people will cry "foul," expecting an editorialist to be "fair and balanced." I don't always agree with Mr. Borgman's statements, but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate them.

at 8/29/07, 3:54 PM Anonymous T. Mraz said...

Yay Rus! -- a logical clear-headed new commenter. Welcome.

at 8/29/07, 4:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cincinnati: Top 10 poorest
Poverty rate rises; Up to 27% in city

Tell me again how Cincinnati voted Bush into office, ie, how do those chads work....??

at 8/29/07, 5:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

politics for dummies

at 8/29/07, 5:47 PM Anonymous Anonymous said... Aug 29, 2007
New Orleans residents angry amid Bush visitKatrina victims
"But Gina Martin, who is still living in Houston after Katrina destroyed her New Orleans home, was unconvinced. "Bush was down here again making more promises he isn't going to keep. The government has failed all of us. It's got to stop," she said."

Of course I don't believe everything I read on the internet...
more politics of death, home and abroad

at 8/29/07, 5:56 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

GOP congressmen urge Craig to resign
Party leaders pushed Idaho Senator Larry Craig from his committee posts today as calls for his resignation intensified. (AP) Other sex scandals
Romney not calling for Craig's ouster
Frank says Craig should finish term

at 8/30/07, 1:44 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey 4:05, the city voted Democratic, its the 'burbs that are red. As for the Democrats having answers/solutions, the thought of Hillary makes W seem almost ..bearable.

Cincinnati, fast becoming land of wealthy elites and undereducated impoverished. Middle class of all races fleeing.

"Remain calm..all is well !"

at 8/30/07, 10:21 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cincinnati will always be corrupt
and Bush doesn't know it yet, but it's check mate for him, thankfully

at 8/30/07, 10:23 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the falcons and bengals are mirrors of each other; couldn't tell the difference if they traded jerseys (weren't some of the Bengals involved?, on the sidelines of course)

at 8/30/07, 10:30 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

pointing the finger at Pete Rose doesn't justify Osama Bin Laden

at 8/30/07, 12:44 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

wasn't there a big name that rhymed with "hell"?

at 8/30/07, 2:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

even Moses couldn't lead America out of it's hell

at 9/1/07, 12:03 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you want to fly on an airplane made in China (or-god-know-where-else?)
as far as I can tell, neither the republicans nor the democrats care about flight safety (does the FAA?) Consumer Reports, March 2007, "An Accident Waiting to Happen."

at 9/3/07, 7:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cincinnati has always been a city of useless snobs;

at 9/3/07, 7:50 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe we should acknowledge all the secretaries who make all the decisions, especially all the technical decisions; the engineers are only there because they went through all the trouble to get the degrees and licenses, to sign the bad designs to take the fall, financially when the company goes belly up, and legally when the product explodes in the customers' faces

at 9/3/07, 7:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you need to draw a picture of the fat smug elephant throwing a life preserver to all the people he's killing, and the rest of us slaves

at 9/3/07, 7:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

need to get jerry springer in the white house (at least for an interview, if not for a vacation)

at 9/4/07, 10:59 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the "Day the Music Died" is the day bush got elected

at 9/5/07, 2:27 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

here's some justice: my substantial taxes get to pay for this administration that I didn't vote for; will be on welfare until it's over!

at 9/6/07, 11:46 AM Blogger codyusa said...

Where was the drawing when Klinton fired the 90? It's to a point now that the Enquirer and you do not even try to hide your Bush hatred. Don't worry, you'll never be accused of being fair and balanced

at 9/6/07, 11:53 AM Blogger codyusa said...

God bless America and keep our President, yours and mine, safe.It is a breath of fresh air to have a man of convictions run our great country. He could of done better with the illegals but we haven't been attacked on our homeland since 9-11.Here's a clue for all of you anti Bush sheeple- don't vote for him next time. :)

at 9/7/07, 2:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

If American Republican Christians are so close to God and so holier than the rest of the world and so spiritual and angelic ad nauseum, then why do they have to bomb the crap out of the rest of the world to prove it?

at 9/19/07, 6:28 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the ears show a resemblance;

Simpsonized Sox
Meet the Simpsonized Red Sox

How about a simpsonized bush admin? wonder what rice would look like...

at 9/19/07, 6:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes, I too, am part of the permanent line-up of bush non-supporters, as opposed to bush supporters (we should get bush a supporter for xmas)

at 11/18/07, 4:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


at 12/8/07, 3:00 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

When are we going to end domestic violence, especially in Ohio????

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