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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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Friday, October 05, 2007

Rudy's Cell Phone


at 10/5/07, 3:35 PM Anonymous J. Harbin said...

The only number he's ever dialed is 911.

at 10/5/07, 6:04 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow j harbin.

real classy.

at 10/5/07, 10:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

J. Harbin is a bitch....which is why he gets along so well with Borgman.

at 10/6/07, 5:53 AM Anonymous Bill Adkins said...

Rudy and George W. and the entire Repubican party didn't even let the 9/11 victims' bodies cool before using them as political props. Rudy's been using them for the last 6 years and shows no inclination to stop now.

at 10/6/07, 8:11 AM Anonymous Anonymous said... want to talk about a political party using 9/11 as a political prop? lets talk about democrats, who have used the 3,000 deaths of 9/11 as props to oppose the iraq war. "remember 9/11? lets go after the REAL terrorists, which are not in iraq!!11!"

(i guess al qaeda members are only called "terrorists" when they're in a country democrats want to attack)

democrats loved 9/11. democrats are waiting around for another 9/11 so they can turn it into political propaganda. 1/3 of the democrat party believes bush was responsible for 9/11, and 1/5 of democrats believe the world would be better off if america lost the war in iraq. if america is attacked again, democrats would be able to claim that bush has failed at protecting america. that is the REAL reason they want to pull out of iraq, and want to stop fighting the war on terror. they want to see innocent americans die, period. this is a political party that hates this country, hates the troops dying to protect it, and hates everything this country stands for. they make me sick, and average americans are sick of it too. 11% approval rating? that says it all.

democrats are failures, and want america to fail, period. is this what you want for the next four years? vote democrat!

at 10/6/07, 8:51 AM Anonymous Weekly Cartoonist said...

The international firefighters' union
hates Rudy and it has nothing to do with political affiliations.

at 10/6/07, 2:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Got any source to back up those claims 8:11?
1/3 of democrats think Bush was the cause of 9-11?
1/5 believe the world would be better if we lost in Iraq?
11% approval rating?

Any sources to make your rant more credible?

at 10/6/07, 7:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

why yes, thank you for asking.

actually, its 40% of democrats that blame bush for 9/11 (my bad)

(page 6)

1/5th of dems want america to fail:

the democrat controlled congress is at a historic low of 11% (bush is three times as popular! ha!)

see, unlike liberals, republicans can actually prove anything we say, whereas democrats just make shit up, or send out phony soldiers (jesse macbeth, among others) to do it for them. try again?

at 10/6/07, 7:47 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

whoops. it does that funky cut off the link thing.

let me fix that


at 10/6/07, 9:19 PM Blogger Wettengel said...

That Fox poll is pretty interesting. It found that 92% of republicans have prayed for a solider in Iraq but only 76% have prayed for the war in Iraq to end. I would think the same 92% would hope the war would end but I guess 16% of Republicans LOVE war.

at 10/6/07, 10:51 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i could make a response to that, but democrats don't even pray, so what's the point?

pot, meet kettle.

at 10/8/07, 8:19 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...


12 Saudis...

0 Iraqis...

at 10/8/07, 11:32 AM Anonymous pray to who? said...

democrats are failures, and want america to fail, period. is this what you want for the next four years? vote democrat!

i'll be happy to take four years of democratic failure after seven years of republican success. oh yes, give me eight years of bill clinton style failure.

at 10/8/07, 2:04 PM Anonymous Bill Claude Meadows said...

The majority of these knee jerk comments never deal with shades of gray or any real perception -- not to mention any aspect of the artwork this site features. Why? Because such thinking would employ reflection and some degree of nuanced thought.

at 10/8/07, 2:13 PM Anonymous dan said...

Am I the only one who finds this cartoon funny and a very poignant shot at Gulliani's latest stage trick?

at 10/8/07, 9:38 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

8:19 >> a most elegant comment on this blog / issue!
Of course, it will be ignored by all who have their sad allegiances.

at 10/9/07, 4:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


The Democrats were elected to get us out of the mess we're in over in Iraq.

They haven't. Someone else said they would rather have four years of Democrat failure over 7 years of Republican success.

What's the difference?

In my opinion, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and every other member of the Democrat party now have the blood of thousands of soldiers, as well as the blood of hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians on their hands. 4 years of democrat failure means more innocent lives wasted to a pointless war.

At least with republicans, my taxes were lower.

at 10/10/07, 12:05 AM Anonymous Reality Check said...

Hmmm, why would 40% of Democrats polled think Dubya had some responsibility for 9/11? Could it be that Presidential Daily Briefing he received that August titled "Bin Laden Determined to Strike U.S."?

at 10/10/07, 12:14 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

All the more reason for Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid to stop sitting on their asses and get impeachement going!

But no, they are going to continue be accomplices to the most corrupt administration in American history by allowing President Bush to wage his war against innocent civilians in iraq in the name of "terror".

As long as Pelosi and Reid allow Bush to continue on his warpath, they are just as guilty as him.


at 10/15/07, 3:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, the cartoon cell phone holder talks a good game but WHAT DOES HE DO!!

Is this a Democrat/Republican forum?

Is there anything you all can agree upon?


at 12/12/07, 10:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

great picture of rudy; like we need another old fart in office

at 12/13/07, 1:08 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the churches everywhere else in the world (the real world) don't segregate people; that's an artificial american thing to segregate the rich from the poor (anything to do that)

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