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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, March 05, 2008

Houdini 2


at 3/5/08, 1:00 AM Anonymous BorgFan said...

I may have seen you use the Houdini thing before with President Bill Clinton, but this is a great idea for a Hillary cartoon.

I'm suprised you didn't get more comments tonight, with you having stayed late at work and sharing all these sketches!

at 3/5/08, 1:53 AM Blogger Kevin said...

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at 3/5/08, 1:54 AM Blogger Kevin said...

This is a great cartoon - works better than the McCain sketch you had earlier. (deleted the earlier post with a stray word)

at 3/5/08, 9:49 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's your point?

at 3/5/08, 9:56 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

even the globe portrays Hillary better than the Enquirer

shows you guys don't know anything about anyone

hope the polls aren't rigged this year....

at 3/5/08, 10:46 AM Blogger Philip Shade said...

That looks like it was fun to draw.

at 3/5/08, 11:05 AM Blogger who2 said...

Thanks, Jim, all of the late night 'toons are great. I did check in every 30 minutes, but my brain was numb.

Caption for McC's: He walked away with the bank; for H: She pulled it out. I like the H one better, too. I do like the bubble. I like the change between the first and second. H is more human in the 2nd? I laughed out loud when I say Houdini 2.


at 3/5/08, 11:33 AM Anonymous Dan said...

"The people of Ohio very clearly said that it should be me" - Hillary

That says it all...our ploy worked to absolute perfection. What unabashed arrogance from this woman, she wins two states based on Republicans crossing over to sully the votes, and she'll forget that she'd lost 12 states in a row previous...

And people really want this lady as President?

How many delegates did Clinton win Texas by? 2, out of 126 counted so far.

How many delegates did Clinton win Ohio by? 12, out of 130 counted so far.

There is simply no way that Hillary can win the delegate count. None. All we Republicans did was to give Hillary 3 more months to attempt to lie, cheat, and steal her way into the Dem nomination...and the staunch Hillary supporters are crawling out of the woodwork, just like we thought they would...

Played like a fiddle.

Can't wait to see the dirt from the Clinton hate machine's what they are best at..

Be careful what you wish for, though, Hillary....the skeletons in your closet are "vast" may regret what you're about to do.

at 3/5/08, 12:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

clinton is the height of selfishness. knowing what insane mccain is capable of she will persist in the pursuit of the office leaving no ground unscorched for her personal ambitions.

at 3/5/08, 2:08 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm an Independent, who tends to lean towards republicans, but didn't want to vote democrat yesterday for fear of "playing the game" incorrectly. So, I want to ask those of you who "crossed over", the reasoning behind your decision:

1. Voted Obama - because Hillary would be the worst president in history.
2. Voted Hillary - to keep the democratic race tight, thereby making Dems use more resources during primaries instead of presidential election; and have Obama and Hillary (mostly) sling mud that Republicans can use against the winner come presidential race time.
3. Voted Hillary - because she is so polarizing, negative, mean, and would be easier for McCain to beat than Obama

I'm not trying to pick fights with Hillary or Obama camp here. I just was curious what the mindset was of the crossover voters. Thanks.

at 3/5/08, 2:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd like to see a 'toon about all the Republican's voting for Clinton. I think it's a hoot. Are they afraid that they don't have enough "dirt" to throw at Obama so they're pushing for Clinton to become the Democratic candidate? What do you think?

at 3/5/08, 2:42 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

re 2:08-

"because Hillary would be the worst president in history"

That goal is no longer attainable.

The creature currently squatting in the White House has that title sewn up for the next thousand years. Unless they manage to clone Hitler or something...

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