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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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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Don't Know Much About the Economy


at 4/9/08, 7:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

unfortunately, none of these are on his list; he should be building himself an ark

at 4/9/08, 7:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Black dog syndrome
Animal shelter officials say big, black dogs have more trouble finding a happy home than do other dogs.
Your view Is this a real syndrome?

at 4/9/08, 7:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

monkey see monkey do, bushies (or undo, or not do, as the case may be)

at 4/9/08, 8:20 PM Blogger Ari said...

Right, and act like Obama, who is clearly "your" candidate, knows much about it. Weak.

at 4/9/08, 8:21 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

HOORAY! Borgman called McCain a DUMMY! WOW.Same old same old.The Democrats plan for the economy is deduct more from your paycheck,Jim.
Makes ya feel warm n fuzzy inside don't it...? The election cycle has officially been recognized with this cartoon from Jim Borgman.McCain will drawn as feeble and out of touch until November while Obama will be drawn as fleet of foot,energetic,brimming with hope...sunshine lollipops and rainbows versus dark clouds and spiders ala Dick Cheney...

at 4/10/08, 7:20 AM Anonymous Joe said...

The face looks like George Schultz to me.

at 4/10/08, 9:11 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Which McCain is that because it sure doesn't look like John.

J.B. will have some work to do if McCain gets elected president. Oh well, he has about 7 months to work on it while he continues to criticize him during the election process.

Maybe the next frame to this scribble should have Obama slam dunking a chicken into a pot or something (Herbert Hoover reference for those of you that didn't pick up on it).

If you want to guarantee a recession elect Obama and watch your taxes rise and the stock market fall.

After that Obama can pull all the troops from Iraq and we can watch the middle east decend into chaos, civil war and genocide leading to sky-rocketing gas prices and double-digit inflation.

Ahhhh...the Carter years all over again.

at 4/10/08, 9:56 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't be such a trollop...

less jobs, more wars.

at 4/10/08, 10:01 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

US Economy = BANKS
(and buying off congress)

at 4/10/08, 11:11 AM Blogger ewad said...

Ahhh... thank you Jim. Just curious when you walk down the street do you only make left turns on the way to your destination?
Thank you though, it takes an effort like that one to make me want to defend McCain.

at 4/10/08, 12:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

well bushies, just realize that we the dummies of america do realize that ALL the money is going into Bush's swiss accounts; i bet he's looking more forward to his retirement than we are

at 4/10/08, 1:47 PM Blogger Philip Shade said...

If you want to guarantee a recession elect Obama and watch your taxes rise and the stock market fall.

And maybe an intractable war! Wait. We already have all those things under G.W. Bush!

at 4/10/08, 3:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you're so smart

at 4/10/08, 8:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how is an old fart going to solve all these new problems???? (created by old farts?)

at 4/10/08, 10:28 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clever as always. Some of you must not understand the point of a cartoon. It is not meant to portrary the views of the artist or that the views are correct. Rather, cartoons are meant to portray a picture from an alternative view, or to give a laugh. An inability to laugh and view both sides shows in-security. Let the man do his job and stop being so serious

at 4/11/08, 8:05 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks so much for your wisdom!!

at 4/11/08, 8:05 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Motto of the IRS: We've got what it takes to take what you've got!!

how's that for wisdom!!

at 4/11/08, 8:39 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

neither does GE!!

at 4/11/08, 4:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe they can get a foreign company to buy them out like Toshiba bought Westinghouse

at 4/11/08, 6:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

apparently you can only put so many ge appliances in all the millions of apartments in Atlanta and CT (wish they didn't detroy your clothes)

at 4/11/08, 6:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the problem with making things in China is the poor materials; wonder how long they'll last...

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