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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 29, 2008

Yesterday's Gone


at 2/29/08, 7:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Clintons ruined that song for me.
I'm a REP and am switching sides to Hillary on March 4.I want the Clinton/Obama camps to war it out as long as possible so I'm casting my vote for her.Barackstar isn't going to get the nomination as easy as the media wants him to.

at 2/29/08, 7:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hillary sank herself. Our Willie stuck a knife in McCain.
Barack Hussein is in (Thanks Willie!, you ho).
One party rule is going to be a _itch. Hang on to what you got.

at 2/29/08, 9:04 PM Blogger who2 said...

I love it!!!! Thanks.
One-party rule.....we won't have some seat changes in the House? Should have some balance there.


at 3/1/08, 1:38 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW! Another anti-Hillary, pro-Obama cartoon! Real original, Jimmy!

It's baffling that you actually get paid to come up with the same old, unoriginal crap everyday. How about you try some creativity for once? Or don't you have any left?

If you're burned out, you should save yourself the embarrassment and just stop now before you fall even further.

at 3/1/08, 2:08 AM Blogger JPL said...

"It's baffling that you actually get paid to come up with the same old, unoriginal crap everyday. How about you try some creativity for once? Or don't you have any left?"

It is difficult to assess creativity when you are clearly blind in more than one eye.

at 3/1/08, 10:15 AM Anonymous Matt said...

My only objection to the constant Pro-Obama, Anti-Clinton cartoons is this:
Why do you so strongly side with him? Your cartoons seem to point out the following of Hillary's "flaws":
-Low poll numbers
-Whiny debate comments (Xerox, 1st question, etc)
-Obnoxious husband

And you seem to like Obama for the following reasons:
-He's not Hillary.

I mean, c'mon, Jim, we all know you want us to like Barack. But give us some REAL reason to like this inexperienced-ex-coke-head-rock-star you already presume to be our next President, other than your distaste for Hillary (whose flaws, according to you, are her comments, polls, and spouse).

at 3/1/08, 12:49 PM Blogger Haystacks Calhoun said...

Ah!!! It made it back! One of the best you've done, Jim...


An Obama Republican (yes, partly because he's not Hillary...)

Like Hill's new commercial says, who do you want answering the White House phone at 3am in a crisis???

Not you, Hillary. Not you.

at 3/1/08, 5:10 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why has cincy waited 8 years to eradicate black poverty, actually 1962- present, including the race riots in 2001? why now all of a sudden w/Obama? will it really change? cincy poverty in general is the highest it's ever been

at 3/1/08, 9:56 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

tired of ignorant, boring, senselss political cartoons

at 3/1/08, 9:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

pulitzer-perversion: lopsided

at 3/1/08, 9:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

where are the buses???????

at 3/1/08, 9:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey john, where are all these cost reduction efforts going to end up? how are they hurting people all over the world? and for many generations to come?

at 3/1/08, 10:01 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

cincy could use a good spring cleaning

at 3/1/08, 10:02 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

much: aDD mothers against dumb cartoons

at 3/1/08, 10:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

1:38 am

i agree; shouldn't be allowed to post irrelevant cartoons

at 3/1/08, 10:27 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

7:52 pm

which is....???

at 3/1/08, 10:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:08 am

please don't abuse the word creativity

especially don't confuse it with vendetta

at 3/1/08, 10:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

9:04 pm

you're clearly using bush's definition of balance

at 3/2/08, 8:59 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohio doesn't hate Hillary
Ohio doesn't hate Jean Schmidt: she had the most people in her office from Dayton and Cincinnati than any congressperson after the pro-life march

at 3/2/08, 8:59 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

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at 3/2/08, 12:41 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the Ticket:

Republican: WAR
Democratic: Arguing, Detraction, Fingerpointing [kindergarten]

at 3/3/08, 11:48 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder when public safety is going to be in Fedreal Court instead of drugs in baseball; I wonder when principals will be for allowing drugs in their high schools

the press has been very secretive in not scrutinizing mcbama

at 3/3/08, 2:21 PM Anonymous Jacob said...

I'm confused... where is it written that a cartoonist must be "fair", unbiased, and not take any sides in his work? That sounds like the definition of bland and boring to me. You people that complain that Jim is "so obvious" and just keeps repeating the "same old tired ideas" crack me up. You write/draw about what you are familiar with. That's why Jim can capture the essence of Cincinnati so well when he does cartoons about the local people.

Jim - keep on doing what you're doing. Even if I disagree with your opinion, I still respect it, and quite often I get a good chuckle at the ribbing you give "my guy/side". It's unfortunate that so many of us aren't mature enough to understand this.

P.S. To clear up any misconceptions and preempt any generalized attacks about my current position - this fall my preference is to vote for D) NONE of the above. Unfortunately, I'll be forced to vote for the "least worst candidate".

at 3/3/08, 5:48 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

why can't Ohio do business ehtically? is that why it is one of the poorest states in the union?

at 3/3/08, 5:48 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mass. House speaker rips Patrick's casino proposal
House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi said today that Governor Deval Patrick's plan to license three resort casinos in Massachusetts is "clearly losing credibility." (Boston Globe, 3:14 p.m.)
Patrick senses casino support developing
analysis Number of casino jobs is disputed boston globe

at 3/3/08, 5:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

when will public safety have its day in Federal Court like the baseball nuts

at 3/3/08, 5:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

jacob, wish we could all be like you

at 3/6/08, 11:37 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...



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