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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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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Countdown Clock


at 1/29/08, 5:12 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

bellichik for president; he doesn't lie as much as bush

at 1/29/08, 5:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

pinochio's EARS?

at 1/29/08, 5:41 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

need a box of FIREWORKS, WEBN-style

at 1/29/08, 9:11 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

notice how bush hasn't defined 'economy' in 7+ years

at 1/29/08, 10:06 PM Blogger who2 said...

Great 'toon, I love the countdown.

at 1/29/08, 10:08 PM Anonymous cookkenusa said...

I have to give W. credit for a much improved delivery...strange though..he came into office talking about unity..and at the eleventh hour he's talking about unity...but in the seven intervening years when it counted..he never crossed the road.
Ted Kennedy snubbing his fellow New York Senator for an endorsement...incredulous..he did the same thing to President Carter in '80 at the convention...grow up Senator.

at 1/29/08, 10:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

at 1/29/08, 10:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

cincy's pockets go DEEP...

John Grisham's 'The Appeal'

at 1/30/08, 5:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the old people in Ohio and Florida are going to vote for mccain and he's going to win and that's all there is to it, unless obama or hillary can perform a miracle (bush has the last laugh)

at 1/30/08, 9:11 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the constitution was supposed to "guarantee" a free government if used in the spirit it was created, but of course the people would prefer a 'king,' even a little one...england is actually more free than the us because they got rid of blair and they're out of the war

at 1/30/08, 9:12 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe leno can be bush's writer

at 1/30/08, 9:14 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the beauty of the Red Sox and the Patriots (and why they have a following called Red Sox/Patriots Nation) is because it really works; they're fun to watch because the WIN, they're good, they have fun, they're beautiful, they are a team and it WORKS; take note, USA (they also give the credit to God, and they let Him do some incredible things; so many records have been broken, new plays done, and they've gotten out of every single jam they've been in this year, both teams!)

at 1/30/08, 10:44 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

read between the lines...go into business for yourself, pay your taxes, get a good nights sleep and FORGET the rest!!

at 1/31/08, 3:35 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey...where's the traditional lightning and swarm of bats behind Dick Cheney?

at 2/1/08, 10:04 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

bush has an agenda???????

at 2/1/08, 10:05 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...


at 2/1/08, 10:05 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, when bush retires, he won't have to wear his fu face anymore

at 2/1/08, 4:03 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


US diplomats sometimes go off-message By MATTHEW LEE, Associated Press Writer
Fri Feb 1, 6:31 AM ET

WASHINGTON - More and more, top government diplomats are straying from official Bush foreign policy as the administration wanes, leaving Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice struggling to keep them in check.

Twice just this week, Rice and her aides had to rebuke, disavow or otherwise try to explain away public words or actions by three top officials on delicate affairs ranging from North Korea and Iran to the violence in Kenya.

at 2/1/08, 4:03 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

when bush leaves, this country will be born again

at 2/4/08, 9:18 AM Anonymous Zhaf said...

Cheney looks hilarious!

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