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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, April 16, 2008

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at 4/16/08, 2:34 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

It just says so much that no one has tied the 'bitter' comment to Rev Wright.

I think God Damn America definitely
qualifies as 'bitter'.

at 4/16/08, 2:53 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

there you go borgman. i like it when you can refrain from your bias long enough to draw a great cartoon. do it more!

at 4/16/08, 4:26 PM Anonymous Dan said...

Spew Alert! Diet Coke just shot out the nose.

at 4/16/08, 4:45 PM Anonymous mr. whig said...

His Holiness is drawn like one of those dried-apple heads! (in which case, I love it anyway)

at 4/16/08, 8:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

MLK was right: this country is schizophrenic: republicans are pro-life and pro-war

no wonder bush always looks like he puts prozac in his liquor

at 4/16/08, 8:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

no need to worry about the US using religion (or morality, or ethics, or engineering standards) as a crutch

at 4/16/08, 8:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

why use religion when you have roe vs wade?

at 4/16/08, 8:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you mean holier-than-thou obama???

at 4/16/08, 8:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

he's just jealous he didn't think of it first (lame duck; quack quack)

mccain is going to win 'cause cincy and the us are Pro-War

at 4/17/08, 6:40 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very poor taste, Borgman.

at 4/17/08, 1:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe we should put hanger control on the ballot next to gun control

at 4/17/08, 1:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how can obama run a diverse country when he can't even run a diverse campaign? the last thing we need is another president out of touch with reality

at 4/17/08, 2:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

my favorite tv show in 3rd grade was wordsmith, because the meanings were absolute

at 4/17/08, 4:33 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

obama is bitter

at 4/17/08, 4:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

good for obama: he's starting to focus on policy!! who could have hoped...!

Obama says debate focused on 'gotcha' not policy issues By BETH FOUHY, Associated Press Writer
1 minute ago

RALEIGH, N.C. - Democratic Sen. Barack Obama dismissively talked about his debate with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and the line of questioning from ABC News' moderators, arguing that it focused on political trivia at the expense of the problems facing average voters.


At a rally in the May 6 primary state of North Carolina, Obama drew roars of approval Thursday when he mocked aspects of the presidential debate that had him on the defensive Wednesday night. He faced tough questions about his controversial pastor, his comments about bitter voters in small towns and his relationship with a 1960s radical.

at 4/18/08, 8:00 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

CLEARLY a match NOT made in heaven!!

at 4/18/08, 8:37 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I do not cling to my Christianity because I am bitter. But if I do experience bitterness at any phase of my life, my faith in God offers me hope to free me from the bitterness if I open my heart to God's love and Christ's sacrifice for me and allow Him to fill my heart and mind and soul to overflowing, but if I use , twist and abuse religion because I am angry and refuse to let go of that anger, God can never offer me hope. Jesus never preached hatred as was spoken by the pastor if Trinity Church of Christ. What hope can Christ offer us if we reject His message to love for He told us emphatically that this is the greatest commandment. Hatred for your nation or others, hatred of any kind has no place in the message Jesus has for us. If I feel I have been wronged, I must turn ii over to God. Vengance belongs to Him alone.

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