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Take a peek over Jim Borgman's shoulder

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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Monday, March 17, 2008

Mac Madness


at 3/17/08, 4:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

yay, finally an election cartoon not picking on or praising one candidate.

at 3/17/08, 4:57 PM Blogger chris said...

You couldn't put Edwards in even one space? Or a post-it with Ron Paul on it.. that would be funny!

But what do I know? I am not even syndicated.

Great job, Jim you are my idol.

at 3/17/08, 5:44 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


except obama


at 3/17/08, 5:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's really democrat, mccain and war; those who vote for the war should double their taxes and leave the rest of us alone before we have a tea party in boston again

at 3/17/08, 5:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

prince mccain

at 3/17/08, 5:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you forgot pete rose

at 3/17/08, 5:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what religion is obama???????

at 3/17/08, 6:00 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fla. Democrats abandon mail-in primary plan
The Democratic National Committee stripped the state of its delegates for moving up its primary. (AP)
POLL Majority of Democrats don't like superdelegates

at 3/17/08, 6:09 PM Blogger EOCostello said...

I find it mildly interesting that McCain is pictured here as being given a "bye," when about six to nine months ago, his campaign was viewed as dead in the water. It undersells, I think, just how much McCain did to come back against Rommey, Giuliani & Co.

at 3/17/08, 6:14 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder who the Iraqi's want in office

at 3/17/08, 6:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe bush should run again and put an end to all this madness

it's looking more and more each day like alice in wonderland (did she ever defeat the queen?)

at 3/17/08, 7:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

so,uh,no cartoon depicting Jeremiah Wright with smoke coming from his ears,flames shooting from his mouth while Obama smiles with his arm around "his mentor's" shoulder,Jim?
I see.

at 3/17/08, 8:03 PM Blogger Cincy RE said...

Hiliarious! Scary how true it is!

at 3/17/08, 9:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim - check out your top left bracket - it's borked. There's no matchup, and then name changes. Quick, redraw!

at 3/17/08, 9:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe he can help ohio state win this year - hope he plays for the celtics some day

"To me, it's Ohio State and Michigan," Farrell said. "Had he eliminated Penn State before the basketball title game in State College, things could have gotten a little ugly or at least distracted the basketball team. There could have been some signs, some hecklers, just some general distractions that he didn't want. I also don't think he has ever wanted to disrespect Penn State in any way. Some of the things he's said about Penn State like not liking the area and such, that's just who he is ? he's honest and tells it like it is. He loves coach Tom Bradley and has great respect for Joe Paterno, he's always said that. I know he really wanted to win the state title and didn't want his football issues to get in the way of things for his basketball teammates."

Pryor led his basketball team to a 76-72 overtime win over Strawberry Mansion in the Pennsylvania Class AA title game Saturday.

at 3/17/08, 9:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'll just publish Ohio state's playoff stats each year: lose

at 3/17/08, 10:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

are the blank ones for Bill and Oprah?

Bill Clinton to visit Ind.

Former President Clinton will campaign for Sen. Hillary Clinton at a rally in Lawrenceburg Tuesday.

at 3/17/08, 11:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe you could put the issues in the blank ones

at 3/18/08, 12:08 PM Blogger russ said...

EOC, what McCain did to come back was hand over his campaign to lobbyists and special interest groups after he said that he wasn't going to do that.

at 3/18/08, 12:27 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you can fill in the blanks with 1) the number of people in iraq and the us killed 2)the $12 billion/mo it costs and/or the number of arms and legs lost in the war

at 3/18/08, 12:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

or the number of casinos going up around the country to boost the recession and scoop up extra savings

Patrick urges lawmakers to consider casinos
Governor Deval Patrick (left) asked legislators today to consider his casino plan despite pressure from their leaders, including House Speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi (right). (Boston Globe, 1:12 p.m.) Your view?
Patrick's testimony | DiMasi's remarks to the Chamber

at 3/18/08, 12:34 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

is anybody concerned about the us?

McCain wary of Iran's influence in Iraq By ALFRED de MONTESQUIOU, Associated Press Writer
32 minutes ago
AMMAN, Jordan - Sen. John McCain, the Republican presidential nominee-in-waiting, expressed fresh concern Tuesday about Iran's influence in Iraq and rising sway in Mideast.

at 3/18/08, 5:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is anon 4:46 again (the first poster) and I have to say maybe you should have not given mccain "bye"s as he really was written off until a couple of months ago.
Also, I agree with anon 7:15 that you are being biased by not publishing a cartoon about Obama's issue with the preacher when it's obvious you would if it were hillary or mccain.
Just take a little detachment.

at 3/20/08, 10:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the blank ones are for the poor who have no voice, especially in Cincinnati

at 3/21/08, 9:50 PM Anonymous Reality Check said...

7:15 PM : See the March 19th 'toon . . .

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