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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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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

The Frontrunner


at 1/30/08, 9:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey mitt, nobody in your state is endorsing you; maybe we can interview the lindners; wouldn't it be great if we could get a "true" poll of cincy before they "vote"

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

is jebby counting votes in Florida again?

at 1/30/08, 10:47 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what, no giants fans???

at 1/31/08, 9:18 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

football runs this country (except for the war); the money involved is enormous

Ads hoping for big score
Super Bowl commercials created to target specific viewers must appear to an entire TV audience. Left, a Planters nut ad image. (By Brian Steinberg, Boston Globe)
Preview This year's ads | Photos Unforgettable ones

at 1/31/08, 9:19 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

at 1/31/08, 9:25 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

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at 1/31/08, 10:58 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

can he unite the NORTH and the SOUTH???????????????????? or is it just for the old fogies that live in Ohio in the summer and Florida in the winter

at 1/31/08, 1:36 PM Blogger DanL said...

Jim, This has nothing to do with todays cartoon, rather a follow-up to the piece you wrote about Jeff MacNelly. Check out this sketch and entry about Jeff M on Tom Richmond's blog:

at 1/31/08, 4:41 PM Anonymous Drew said...

Is there something wrong with Bob Dole?

at 1/31/08, 8:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think most on the right see Hillary - without the make-up.

at 2/1/08, 9:54 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

he'll have to start practicing the bush-smirk-i-didn't-start-the-war-and-its-not-my-responsibility-to-fix-it-either-you're-suck-with-it-ha-ha look

at 2/1/08, 10:44 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good grief, I have just seen it all. I cannot believe this for the life of me. Now spygate has risen to the government level. Our tax dollars hard at work? I am a writer and I HAVE NO WORDS FOR THIS RIGHT NOW!!! please everyone respond to this post. This is unfathomable. THANKS!

This story is from the New York Times (click HUGE LINK below)

REPUBLICAN Senator Wants N.F.L. Spying Case Explained

-jMak |

This will be hilarious and another victory for the Patriots:

Mr. Goodell, we have some questions:

Q:Why did you destroy it?

Because if all the tapes are destroyed anything else that comes out would prove they didn't hand over everything

Q:what was on the tapes?

Mostly nonsense and blurred images of Jets coaches picking their noses and throwing their hands up after triple covering Randy moss and still giving up a 50 yard TD

Q:Why have you not put an asterisk on their perfect season?

Why don't you morons in Congress stop wasting your time on internet message boards the only place on earth that they're still talking about this asterisk nonsense.

Q:Did Tom Brady really have a sprained ankle?

depends on what yor definition of sprained is

Q:Commissioner, you're under oath, ANSWER THE QUESTION!

depends on what the definition of question is.

Q: That's it. No more anti-trust for you and YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS - NO SALARY CAP!!!

OK, so the Patriots win the next 10 Super Bowls. Fine, if that's waht you want.

at 2/1/08, 10:58 AM Blogger who2 said...

No more candidates....will the legislature be right or left or neutral? desert.

thanks, great 'toon, perspective.

at 2/1/08, 11:31 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

It could be $4 a gallon
Average gas prices are already 80 cents higher than last year, and they could soar to $4 a gallon by June.

thanks, R's!!!

at 2/1/08, 11:32 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can hear Ohio's and Florida's voting machines humming in the background after their "repairs"

at 2/1/08, 11:37 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Parade and primary a potential fumble, critics grumble

at 2/4/08, 11:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

BA38 Heathrow Boeing 777 Crash: Some Thoughts And Pictures : Ewan ...
... the reports today of the Boeing 777 crash at Heathrow today, and my aviation ... David Thumwood on January 23rd, 2008 19:24 ... - 60k - Cached

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