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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 20, 2008

The Firewall


29 Comments:

at 2/20/08, 9:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm looking forward with great relish to watching Hillary announce she's giving up her bid for Prez...she's not going to look good...another ugly chapter in her life to deal with...Bill will be served with divorce papers in January 09.

 
at 2/21/08, 1:55 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think we'll see Hillary come from behind.
When will people realize Obama is a cardboard standup that makes good speeches?

At the very least, we'll see Hillary as Obama's VP.
Secretly, I think they really do like and depend on each other.

Better days are ahead.

 
at 2/21/08, 2:18 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Billary's only prayer is "Clinton/Gore, Back for More."

Obama 08
Be the Change

 
at 2/21/08, 6:10 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obama = Change?
Give me a break.

We'll go from DUMBER to just plain ol' DUMB.

 
at 2/21/08, 6:50 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clinton as Obama's running mate!?!?! That's one sure way of getting the independent vote to look back to McCain. If it happens it will be that "big blunder" many have waited for him to make.

 
at 2/21/08, 9:34 AM Blogger Aviator said...

Goodbye Billary, and good ridence!

 
at 2/21/08, 9:35 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone have any idea what the tax plans are for either Hillary or Obama?

Both have indicated that they will allow the Bush tax cuts to expire.

Do either have any clever tax schemes for us?

If so, for those of you who support the Democratic ticket in '08, do you want the nominee to fully announce their tax plans as part of the '08 Democratic Platform and discuss the matter openly and in debates with Sen. McCain.

Recall....Candidate Bill Clinton promised a middle class tax cut. We all know the rest.

 
at 2/21/08, 12:36 PM Anonymous We all know the rest. said...

as i recall it was eight years of prosperity which was quite welcome after 12 dark years of raygun bush.

rather than a discussion on taxes, we would all be better served by a discussion on who's going to pay for the taxcuts for the rich, the senseless war for oil in iraq, and the coming round of hyper inflation.

 
at 2/21/08, 1:02 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoever wins the nomination is required to read "My Pet Goat" at the DNC.

 
at 2/22/08, 2:51 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey 6:10 anon
It's C-H-A-N-G-E, not
H-A-L-L-I-B-B-U-R-T-O-N, K-E-A-T-I-N-G 5, or J-O-H-N-N-Y C-H-U-N-G

Obama 08
Be the Change

 
at 2/22/08, 3:01 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry for stuttering on Halliburton

Obama 08
Be the Change

 
at 2/22/08, 11:28 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boston Globe
McCain's ties to lobbyist, communications firm
Former Globe investigative journalist Walter V. Robinson chats about the ethics questions being leveled at John McCain.
TODAY'S GLOBE McCain defends pushing FCC
Globe archives | 1/5/00 McCain pressed FCC on TV deal
1/7/00 Senator's niche image takes a hit
1/9/00 McCain interceded for donors, data show

 
at 2/22/08, 11:29 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mcbama

"I'll do whatever it takes to keep this country safe"

sounds like he's going after the unsure repubs with the war effort

true to his record: PLAGARISM

what change? nothing's new under the american sun/lack thereof

 
at 2/22/08, 1:22 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

McCain defends ties to lobbyists
Senator John McCain characterized the lobbyists working in his campaign as "honorable people". (AP)
Chat transcript Former Globe investigative journalist Walter V. Robinson on ethics, McCain and the media
TODAY'S GLOBE McCain defends pushing FCC
Globe archives | 1/5/00 McCain pressed FCC on TV deal
1/7/00 Senator's niche image takes a hit
1/9/00 McCain interceded for donors, data show

 
at 2/22/08, 1:23 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

OHIO's a MESS

 
at 2/22/08, 3:14 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=19234568

 
at 2/22/08, 3:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

does that flood include all of taft's empty promises?

 
at 2/22/08, 3:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:10 am

depends on bush's definition of dumb and dumber and dumbest

 
at 2/22/08, 3:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the ONLY place that will get money if Obama is elected is Atlanta; will New Orleans?

 
at 2/22/08, 3:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

watch out - a tsunami from washington of all the important matters congressmen and senators are working on, like the clemens case, the bonds case, the belichick case, the eagles losing the super bowl, the rams losing the super bowl, the new oj case (did I leave anything out?)

 
at 2/22/08, 4:27 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boston Globe


Flight lands in Miami after gear scare
An American Airlines flight to Chicago has landed safely in Miami after being diverted with nose gear trouble. (AP, 3:56 p.m.)

 
at 2/22/08, 4:31 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

typical cincy floods: doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results.

 
at 2/22/08, 4:33 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.boston.com/news/weather/gallery/022208_snow?pg=3

 
at 2/22/08, 6:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Better days ahead indeed. Go Dems!

 
at 2/22/08, 7:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hill/Bill got booed after her "Xerox" stunt - someone's gonna get fired for giving her that dumb line.
What'd you after you've fired them all? Write you own stuff? Now that would be ENTERTAINING!!

 
at 2/23/08, 7:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think that 4 years of being scolded by Hillary would be much fun.

Wish she would stop saying "I" and try "We".

 
at 2/23/08, 8:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

From Mr. West:
There has been a lot of talk about hope lately. Hope this and hope that. Trust me we have hope. We hoped that Al Gore would have won Florida in 2000. We hoped that we wouldn't have made the same mistake by re-electing Bush in 2004
We hope the war would have ended by now. Hope floats and I'm getting sea sick. I want action and I want a candidate who has been tested. I want a candidate who has had some failures, but learned from them (we all have failures and mistakes). I want a candidate who is resilient. I want a candidate who is ready to go to work and knows what it takes to get things done in Washington. Go Hillary!

 
at 2/23/08, 10:03 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohio is the most corrupt state in the union

 
at 2/24/08, 10:38 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hillary is as corrupt a politician as her husband, VP Cheney, even Richard Nixon.

Obama 08
Be the Change

 
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