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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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Friday, May 02, 2008



at 5/2/08, 7:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

She's been caught with her pants down - again. And she's too obtuse to understand - time for (another) new advisor.
Only Crazy John agrees and he's trying to hide, now that it's blown up in their faces.
Good one, Jim.

at 5/3/08, 11:53 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right. And Barack doesn't pander? No one reading these truly believes that it's only Clinton who has "vices."

at 5/3/08, 9:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm confused. Does trying to alleviate the American people's financial situaion constitute pandering? Should she be sorry that she wants to make the gas prices lower?

at 5/4/08, 7:31 AM Blogger Jeffrey said...

Of course she is pandering. That is all Bill and her know how to do. If you were to take away all the pandering she has done I am not sure she would have a stance on anything.

at 5/4/08, 1:14 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Madam Pantsuit to the rescue!

at 5/5/08, 9:54 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

It'll be interesting to see how Hill double-talks her way out of this blunder.
Proposing something she knows isn't going to happen = classic pandering.
Good one, Jim.

at 5/5/08, 11:03 AM Blogger Philip Shade said...

9:58 - It's pandering because the method she's proposing sounds good at first, but in actuality will not work, and will in the long run hurt.

at 5/5/08, 1:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon 9:58,

It is pandering because while it may sound good, when you really look at what it will do, it is bad. It will only make a bad situation worse. Econ 101.

at 5/5/08, 2:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


Relieve the financial situation?

How is passing on the tax to big oil, who will just raise their prices they change the gas stations (and hence what you're paying) do anything to relieve your financial situation?

Any good business, when they can, will pass on increased costs of their doing business to the consumers if they're willing to pay it, and we're all willing to pay.

at 5/5/08, 3:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow! bush in his own words!

President Bush in his own words
A look at the quotable foreign policy speeches that define George W. Bush’s presidency. Produced by Kevin Flynn and Lisa Desai.

you have an infinite amount of material for bush, and yet you constantly take shots at your own party; not the brightest crayon in the box, right?

at 5/5/08, 3:53 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...>1=39002

the only exciting thing going on in Cincy is Marge's estate getting carved up; too bad we can't carve up the cartoon section...

at 5/5/08, 9:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

She's a clown - Pelosi (house leader of her own party) came right out and said >> this is not going to happen. She's just going for the white red-neck vote, pure & simple & prostitutional.

at 5/6/08, 7:16 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:40...please.Bush has been the bullseye for Borgman for years.Now that THE focus is on the DEMS during the primaries can't you stomach some good-natured ribbing of your darling candidates?
After the primaries wrap up it'll be back to Bush bashing by Borgman in no time!

at 5/6/08, 7:36 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I miss the Jim Borgman who would point out everyone's flaws, even candidates he supports. I think it's sad that in the last year, we have yet to see a single cartoon pointing out Barack Obama's many flaws. This talented cartoonist is becoming a homer.
Nice, Jim. Liberals fly together.

at 5/7/08, 9:27 AM Blogger Philip Shade said...

I was just reading in Transport Topics (a trucking newspaper) that one of the larger trucking companies supportsa gas tax hike , to help pay for crumbling infrastructure.

I figure when even the conservatives want a tax hike, it's probably necessary.

at 5/7/08, 12:08 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hillary keeps winning in spite of the unintelligent newspapers

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