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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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Friday, February 08, 2008

Flaming Moderate


at 2/8/08, 8:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hard to say who are the puppets and puppeteers

at 2/9/08, 8:16 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Borgman hit the nail on the head on this one.

McCain, a Republican, thinks Supreme Court Justice is TOO CONSERVATIVE.

How does he feel about Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg?

How does he feel about the 9th Circut Court out there in San Francisco.

God help us all!

at 2/9/08, 8:17 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

McCain, a Republican, thinks Supreme Court Justice is TOO CONSERVATIVE.


at 2/9/08, 8:59 AM Blogger jeffrey said...

Man, that's funny and right on the head. It's going to be tough to whip up enthusiasm FOR him. We'll really be voting AGAINST the Democrats. Jeez!

at 2/9/08, 10:37 AM Blogger Haystacks Calhoun said...

Great! That toon pretty well sums up McCain, and how Republicans feel about him...

Perhaps that is why so many of us are wanting Obama to get the Dem nod, the early "Anyone but Hillary" vote??

at 2/9/08, 11:49 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

IDEA: Some states have crossover provisions for primary elctions where people of any party can crossover and take the ballot of the opposing party.

In Ohio, if you are a registered Republican and request a Democrat ballot, you are required to sign an affadavit stating that you have voted for a majority of Democrats in past elections.

LET'S ENACT EMERGENCY LEGLISLATION to allow us to "crossover". With our four great counties of Hamilton-Butler-Warren-Clermont, we could put Obama over the top for Ohio delegates. We could mount a statewide campaign to have Republicans support Obama.

Anyone on board?

at 2/9/08, 12:05 PM Anonymous John Carey (NJ) said...

Another good one!
Re Zits: Just as I was taking out a bunch of twenties that I got from the bank this morning, and as my daughter came running, my wife found today's ZITS, and we all said "Whoa!".

at 2/9/08, 11:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

We ought to be excited about the possibility of a true bi-partisan statesman being able to be elected. Political moderation does not mean political passiveness! You ought to be lampooning that point because it is much more laughable.

at 2/10/08, 6:06 PM Anonymous Modd Kenwood said...

The country is about to take a big turn LEFT.Thank you 1960's...(sarcasm)

at 2/10/08, 10:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reminds me of Jim's 1992 Clinton cartoon with taglines including "Clinton..if their REALLY isn't anybody else.", "Ok then, Clinton, but there better not be anymore surprises, if you get my drift". Rebirth of a classic theme.

at 2/11/08, 6:30 AM Anonymous BorgFan said...

How about some more Q&A this week?

at 2/11/08, 10:15 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim Borgman....flaming a$$hole

at 2/11/08, 3:37 PM Blogger Steve said...

Anon 10:15 -

He should get that looked at...

and you should get your head examined.

Don't be a jerk.

at 2/12/08, 7:23 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

pompous ass

at 2/12/08, 7:24 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

with Ohio's voting system of 2 republican votes for every democrat vote, even tho Cincinnati is 70% poor, he should make it, you know, looking at Ohio's statistics

at 2/12/08, 7:45 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

USA Today Jan 24, 2008
Crash of popular Boeing 777 scrutinized

Engines caused jet to miss London runway
By Alan Levin
USA Today

British investigators are sifting through mounds of flight data to find out why a jet's engines suddently refused to increase power, causing a Boeing 777 to crash just short of a runway at London's Heathrow Airport. Flight 038 from Bejing to London had 152 people aboard, 19 of whom suffered injuries. The jet slammed to the ground just past an airport fence on Thursday, ripping off the planes landing gear and severely damaging the two engines and wings. The accident is drawing worldwide attention because the 777is a popular jet. There are 687 of them in service around the world, 224 of which are operated by US carriers Boeing said."It's a mystery from what I see so far," said Dennis Lessard, chairman of the Aeronautical Science Department at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona.

at 2/12/08, 7:46 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

do you just steal others' ideas from the blog, without coming up with your own anymore???

at 2/13/08, 6:26 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

except for the extreme black poverty in Cincinnati and Ohio, compared to the black wealth in Atlanta, ie, mercedes, 1/2 million dollar homes, art lessons, etc.

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