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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, February 27, 2008

Clinton Fatigue


18 Comments:

at 2/27/08, 7:10 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

All I can imagine is Bill running naked in the Whitehouse, if Hillary wins.

 
at 2/27/08, 7:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

What was Hillary's problem with "getting the first question"?
She has to take a position instead of attacking what was just said?

 
at 2/27/08, 9:22 PM Blogger EOCostello said...

I think the fun-house/carnival float drawing of HRC's head is what makes the cartoon's point come alive, in this case.

I assume, by the way, the issue of the "first question" is that it gives the opponent a chance to come up with an answer crafted to respond to the first person's answer, or exploit mistakes/weaknesses in it. I believe it's standard practice for debates to alternate who answers first, if the debate is done in the form of questions, rather than a defence/opposition to a particular question.

 
at 2/27/08, 9:32 PM Anonymous anonymousincincinnati said...

The Clintons have been exhausting since Bill's days as AG of Arkansas...it's good to see their once loyal lapdogs are finally seeing the light...
PS:better check the brakes on your car,Jim,if ya get my drift-

 
at 2/28/08, 8:58 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Of course if she always got the question second she'd WHINE about that too.

 
at 2/28/08, 12:42 PM Anonymous BrakeChecker said...

Would it be possible for a tribute to the late William F. Buckley, Jr?

Oh, wait, he's a CONSERVATIVE. Never mind.

 
at 2/28/08, 1:43 PM Anonymous anonymousincincinnati said...

BrakeChecker...touche'.

 
at 2/28/08, 2:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

pulitzer-perverted

 
at 2/28/08, 4:38 PM Blogger PatriotwithoutaPin said...

Thanks Jim, for a cartoon that was timely and defined, for me, the definitive moment of the debate. I was waiting for the debate to finally make up my mind between these 2 excellent candidates. Leave it to Hillary to shoot herself in the foot with such a whining comment. Hey- you want to be the President of the United States, not president of the 5th grade! Suck it up.

 
at 2/28/08, 4:39 PM Blogger PatriotwithoutaPin said...

Thanks Jim, for a cartoon that was timely and defined, for me, the definitive moment of the debate. I was waiting for the debate to finally make up my mind between these 2 excellent candidates. Leave it to Hillary to shoot herself in the foot with such a whining comment. Hey- you want to be the President of the United States, not president of the 5th grade! Suck it up.

 
at 2/28/08, 8:29 PM Anonymous T.Nowicki said...

Y'know, the last few caricatures you've done of Hillary were quite funny, but I was starting to feel like they were sacrificing too much in terms of recognizability for the sake of humor. This one is much better in both areas.

 
at 2/28/08, 8:50 PM Blogger Cincy RE said...

I agree the Clintons ARE exhausting. Billary just need to step aside.

To anon 7:10, may the big guy above help us if Billary somehow manages to win.

 
at 2/29/08, 12:32 AM Blogger JPL said...

Oh boy, this one made me laugh out loud! The Hillary is great, but the Bill sealed the deal. Hilarious.

 
at 2/29/08, 3:52 PM Anonymous Ryan said...

Thanks Jim, that version of Clinton's going to give me nightmares.

 
at 2/29/08, 4:56 PM Anonymous ADS said...

Sometimes I agree with you cartoons, but your position in this election is so ridiculously obvious that you have lost all credibility with me and I'm sure others in making satirical statements regarding this election.

What I mean is that I cannot tell from your cartoons when you're pointing out something funny and when you're trying to put down Clinton or especially McCain. The only respite was that cartoon of McCain and his new "torture stance" on Willie, but otherwise it's kind of blantant that you are doing everything you can to play up Obama by putting down the others. That's too bad.

 
at 2/29/08, 5:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't like much of your work, Jim, with all due respect, but THIS?? THIS is fabulous!

 
at 2/29/08, 8:03 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

You missed it Jim. Hillary never ever has both hands at her side. One hand or both are always in the air - some genius told her she should be more antimated, I guess.
Maybe she could conduct an orchestra next year?

She should fire her advisors - oops, she already did that?

You got her "programmed facial" great though.

 
at 3/3/08, 9:42 PM Blogger Dolly said...

She should be peering through a window with tears streaming down and another window where she demands to be let in or she'll garnish your wages

 
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