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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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Thursday, December 06, 2007

Mitt's Speech


at 12/6/07, 6:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Organized religion is the biggest scam of all time

at 12/6/07, 6:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

just depends on how you treat people, like illegal immigrants (does anybody have a clue???)

nice pic of Mitt

at 12/6/07, 7:00 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

he has the best teams in the nation!

at 12/6/07, 7:03 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hint: most of the new churches in america have been built by illegal immigrants in the last 10 years or so, including the ones in Cincinnati (how do you spell hypocrite? liar? cheat? thief?)

at 12/6/07, 10:12 PM Anonymous W. C. said...

Gott Mit(t) Uns?

at 12/7/07, 9:02 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

those who are now vested in bringing down Romney are not those who practice a different religion,rather Mitt is being brought down by the secular media who are vested in liberalism which eschews faith and worships at the altar of the clintons.the left is terrified of Christianity and has deep hatred for Bush who openly confesses his faith.
Leftist ideology is a religion.
Bash me all day long...I don't care.

at 12/7/07, 10:13 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

God won't be mocked

at 12/7/07, 10:14 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pats vs Ravens most watched tv show on cable

at 12/7/07, 10:15 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

two words: human rights

at 12/7/07, 10:28 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder why a lot of american businesses are becoming foreign owned

at 12/7/07, 10:29 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's hard to tell if there's more abuse inside the church or outside the church

at 12/7/07, 10:47 AM Blogger Jim Borgman said...

What bar are you all writing from?

at 12/7/07, 11:06 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what about all the "illegal immigrants" us companies outsource work to, including military work? to china, india, turkey, puerto rico, poland, etc.

at 12/7/07, 12:12 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

How come nothing works anymore???

Flight Of Fancy
foundered because of a shortage of cash or a faulty design. Boeing has spent more than 30 years in vexed efforts to perfect the Osprey, a helicopter hybrid that makes use of tilting rotors. Peebles admits that the FanWing could suffer similar setbacks. Current

November 11, 2002 | Technology | By William Underhill
Choose Your Weapons
to come. Last week his acquisitions chief warned that other popular new systems, including the Marine Corps's tilt-rotor V-22 Osprey, could be canceled unless its technical glitches are fixed. And Rumsfeld has ordered the Air Force to look at cutting by half

May 20, 2002 | National News | By John Barry

at 12/7/07, 3:59 PM Anonymous Weekly Cartoonist said...

Unfortunately Mitt seems to feel that freedom hinges on God.
PS Nice Mitt drawing.
(I would be writing from the Cedar Tavern, but it's gone!)

at 12/8/07, 9:48 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

most churches in america only "forgive" you if you give them lots of money (most churches in amercia are like prisons/whorehouses)

at 12/8/07, 9:48 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

who are the elite in america that get healthcare?

at 12/8/07, 3:04 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

all of the other reindeer wouldn't let him play reindeer games; we don't need a president, we need SANTA CLAUS!!

at 12/8/07, 3:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's the difference between outsourcing work to Mexico for 1/10 the cost in comdemned buildings and paying illegal immigrants in the country? at least corp america won't have to spend a lot of money on trips to Mexico...

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

Ohio is the state voted least likely to change

at 12/8/07, 7:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's weird is that the pastors have more cars and stock options than the parishioners who slave in evil corporate america; whatever happened to separation of church and state????

at 12/8/07, 8:01 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poll: how many people from Massachusetts are dems?

at 12/9/07, 9:46 AM Anonymous Local said...

What a bunch of useless, moronic and asinine comments we have here. It's nice to see people spending time making stupid comments on bad cartoons, I especially love the comments that have nothing to do with the subject matter. You people need to get a life.

at 12/10/07, 9:07 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guess who: 13-0

at 12/10/07, 9:07 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder how many people in New York are dems...

at 12/10/07, 9:13 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

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at 12/10/07, 9:13 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

cry babies

at 12/10/07, 9:20 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bill for Pres

patriots statistics

Passing Yards: T. Brady 4095
Passing TDs: T. Brady 45
Rushing Yards: L. Maroney 529
Rushing TDs: H. Evans 3
Receiving Yards: R. Moss 1264
Receiving TDs: R. Moss 19
Interceptions: A. Samuel 6

Offense (Rank)
Yards: 5525 (1)
Passing Yards: 4047 (1)
Rushing Yards: 1478 (14)
Points per game: 38.7 (1)
Yards per game: 425.0 (1)
Touchdowns: 58 (1)
Field Goals: 16 (28)

AFC East Division
Team W L T Pct
xy-New England 13 0 0 1.000
Buffalo 7 6 0 .538
New York 3 10 0 .231
Miami 0 13 0 .000

Schedule 2007
Week Date Opp Info
1 9/9 @ NYJ W 38-14
2 9/16 vs. SD W 38-14
3 9/23 vs. Buf W 38-7
4 10/1 @ Cin W 34-13
5 10/7 vs. Cle W 34-17
6 10/14 @ Dal W 48-27
7 10/21 @ Mia W 49-28
8 10/28 vs. Was W 52-7
9 11/4 @ Ind W 24-20
10 Bye Week
11 11/18 @ Buf W 56-10
12 11/25 vs. Phi W 31-28
13 12/3 @ Bal W 27-24
14 12/9 vs. Pit W 34-13
15 12/16 vs. NYJ
16 12/23 vs. Mia
17 12/29 @ NYG

at 12/10/07, 9:35 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

need to keep the polls open for everyone and need to count 'em fair and square, Ohio!

at 12/10/07, 8:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Record paces
The Patriots are on pace to break all kinds of NFL records this season.
wilbur How badly can Pats beat Jets?

at 12/11/07, 9:37 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how are we going to protect the Elizabeth's?

at 12/12/07, 2:41 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how come the american republican christians are just as self-absorbed as the rest of us?

at 1/10/08, 3:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

both are wrong; treating illegal immigrants like their animals....

at 1/14/08, 11:42 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what you really have to watch out for are the "nondenominational" churches that are more cultish and cliquish, that try to keep the "wrong" people out by forcing obscene practices on the ones that are "in"

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