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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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Friday, August 31, 2007

Parade of the Elephants


45 Comments:

at 8/31/07, 6:45 PM Blogger JohnDWoodSr said...

Don't paint the Republicans with too broad a brush. They are certainly not all hypocrites. I'd bet that no more than 70% of them don't practice the values they screech, but it's still enough to give the rest a bad name.

 
at 9/1/07, 5:59 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure in Jim's archives there's a cartoon of william jefferson, barney frank, ted kennedy, etc. Wait no cartoon huh? figures...

 
at 9/1/07, 8:43 AM Anonymous Bearman said...

Anon...want some Borgman cartoons about Clinton, go here

http://borgman.enquirer.com/archive.html

 
at 9/1/07, 10:26 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

He posted a bunch on this blog before:

http://frontier.cincinnati.com/blogs/borgman/2006/10/how-come-you-never-criticize-democrats.asp

 
at 9/1/07, 11:12 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

da family, da family, da family!!

 
at 9/1/07, 11:30 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

AIDS test consent at issue in Mass.
Federal push to ease rules could cost state
By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff | September 1, 2007

 
at 9/1/07, 11:32 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gender-neutral bathrooms introduced at Emerson College
The changes mirror moves by a growing number of universities modifying policies on behalf of transgender students.

 
at 9/1/07, 11:36 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gender-neutral bathrooms introduced at Emerson College
The changes mirror moves by a growing number of universities modifying policies on behalf of transgender students.

 
at 9/1/07, 11:40 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

DENAIL

 
at 9/1/07, 11:42 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

while this issue is important, meanwhile, Bush is getting away with MURDER $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$; his rampage needs to END

 
at 9/1/07, 11:48 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

27,000 people in Atlanta have AIDS; not too bad for a city of 4.5 million

 
at 9/2/07, 11:19 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how come americans call themselves christians and don't do anything christ said to do?

 
at 9/2/07, 11:19 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

there'll be better bridges in Iraq than in America

 
at 9/2/07, 11:20 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe we should train illegal immigrants to build bridges here while we build them in Iraq (or import them from China)

 
at 9/2/07, 11:21 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

where's fdr when you need him most!

 
at 9/2/07, 12:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

whatever else you take out of the gospel doesn't matter; AMerica has already taken out all the compassion in it; the US is less of a refuge and more of a sting operation; we're all illegal immigrants (thieves, rapists and murderers!)

 
at 9/2/07, 1:51 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

violence is not freedom

 
at 9/2/07, 8:34 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

democrats preaching about family values? ha.

you know, one would expect the left to welcome our republican hypocrites with open arms. it seems anytime a republican is outed for being gay, democrats go crazy with the gay-bashing, instead of practicing what they preach. being gay myself, i can attest that republicans are MUCH more accepting when it comes to homosexuality than democrats are. the democrat motto: do as i say, not as i do!

 
at 9/3/07, 8:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

could it be that easy to get rid of the rest of the bush administration? maybe santa will come early this year!

 
at 9/3/07, 8:47 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the king's not wearing any clothes (what a putrid idea!)

 
at 9/3/07, 8:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe we could bribe Jerry Springer to be the new advisor to presidents, now that we don't have tony blair to kiss arse anymore

 
at 9/3/07, 8:53 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Great Physician has determined that America is fatal to your life (Isaiah 1:1-20)

 
at 9/3/07, 8:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

now if engineers sign over all their rights to their own ideas/patents to the company, who gives them free of charge to China and the rest of the world, why should not these same engineers require the company to free them of all court obligations when the company puts them and the public in danger through unknown and secret deals; it wouldn't be like a union, just an extra signature by the company, on the same page as the one the engineer signs all his rights away

 
at 9/3/07, 8:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how do you spell Bush Administration: s-l-a-v-e-r-y ( a new kind, of course!)

 
at 9/4/07, 4:08 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! thanks for the link....Anything more recent about the Dems than Clinton in 1998? Any toons about william jefferson? I'm sure there will be a topical cartoon about Hill's relationship with the latest Chinese scandal...

 
at 9/4/07, 10:51 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope the FAA isn't colorblind (I hope they take care of ALL their customers!)

 
at 9/4/07, 10:52 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how many of hitler's aids left before he admitted defeat (or did he?)

 
at 9/4/07, 10:53 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the titanic sank because of cost reduction efforts (old idea, 100 years ago; can't we think of something NEW? are we really that dumb????)

 
at 9/4/07, 10:55 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

we don't have families anymore, just Enrons!

 
at 9/4/07, 10:56 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush'es lies multiply faster than beanie babies!

 
at 9/4/07, 10:57 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

New engineering oath:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday do the right thing, Tues and Thurs use the hypocritical oath

 
at 9/4/07, 11:55 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

one thing is for sure, a house divided against itself can't/won't stand

 
at 9/4/07, 11:55 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Henry Ford said the only idiot that exists is the one who doesn't learn from the past

 
at 9/4/07, 12:02 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

AIDS doesn't care what color the administration is, it's growing just fine; maybe the FAA can hand out condoms, at least the sex would be safe; and it could maybe help stop the spread of AIDS, if not rape and murder

 
at 9/4/07, 12:03 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

need to get rid of Bush's top aids: fear, retaliation, hate, stupidity, blackmail, lies

 
at 9/7/07, 1:10 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe Dateline can start hosting the primaries

 
at 9/8/07, 3:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

can Strickland get the lead out of the paint in Cincinnati AND China?

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

to be fair, we should probably take care of the toxic waster first

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

What, no comments from Dr. Phil?

 
at 9/10/07, 11:15 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

"W" stands for whatever; saw it on TV on What's your line?

 
at 9/10/07, 12:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

In a file photo U.S. Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, announces his resignation from the Senate at the old Boise Depot train station overlooking downtown Boise, Idaho, Saturday, Sept. 1, 2007. Sen. Larry Craig is reconsidering his decision to resign after his arrest in a Minnesota airport sex sting and may still fight for his Senate seat, his spokesman said Tuesday evening, Sept. 4, 2007. (AP Photo/Matt Cilley)
By Joshua Freed, Associated Press Writer | September 10, 2007

MINNEAPOLIS --Sen. Larry Craig filed court papers Monday seeking to withdraw his guilty plea in an airport sex sting, arguing that he entered the plea under stress caused by media inquiries into his sexuality.

 
at 9/10/07, 7:02 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

David Letterman for President (at least he speaks in whole sentences)

 
at 9/20/07, 5:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

wasn't Bob Dole lusting after Britney Spears in the Pepsi commerical?

 
at 9/20/07, 5:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

or was it the Viagra commercials?

 
at 12/8/07, 8:02 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i love family values

 
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