Tag Archives: Politics

Republican Suicide Note


The government shutdown is no joke. But I cannot help thinking about how badly this makes the Republican Party look.  The infighting and obstructionist behavior is sad to watch, as the New York Times reports. I, for one, cannot wait … Continue reading

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DInosaurs and Republicans


  The Republican Party is struggling.  Not only did they lose seats in the Congress and lost the Presidential election, they did not do well with the Hispanic vote, the young vote and the female vote.  They seem out of … Continue reading

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Drawing on Foreign Policy


I drew this while thinking about the third and final debate tonight, this time on Foreign Policy. It seems to me some Americans really don’t want to know much about the rest of the world. It’s always about us, isn’t … Continue reading

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Mitt’s Bookshelf: Binders of Women and More


If you watched the second presidential debate last night, and if you were on twitter at the same time, it would have been difficult to miss Mitt Romney’s comment on “binders full of women.”   So I drew this little … Continue reading

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Drawing For The Camera: Debate Testosterone Strategy


I have been trying something new: drawing while holding my iphone and videotaping it. It’s challanging, but I am discovering that people find it interesting. This morning, I drew the one above while thinking about the Vice Presidential debates that … Continue reading

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Long, Proud Undecided Line


I have had it up to here with the undecideds.  When will they figure it out? I think they like the attention, in fact, I think that’s really all it’s about. If we stop asking them, maybe they will stop … Continue reading

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Balloons and Other Fun Things We Need At Political Conventions


In this article, I examine how we can perhaps watch the conventions in the future, maybe make them more fun (balloons?), and what some media outlets are doing now to make changes to our viewing experience: http://www.forbes.com/sites/lizadonnelly/2012/09/06/more-balloons-social-media-and-other-ways-to-make-politics-more-fun/

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Mad Mitt


Mitt Romney is doing everything he can to confuse us.  He says what he thinks we want to hear, gives us half truths, makes stuff up, denies the past, laughs accusations off.  In my piece for Forbes.com, I write about … Continue reading

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Campaign Mode And Socks


Do you judge your candidate by his fashion choices? His athletic prowess? His wife’s scarf? Continue reading

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Robotic Surrogates


Obama is putting a lot of surrogates out there on the campaign trail and on the talk shows. It’s working sometimes, not working other times.  Surrogates don’t always stay on script, and end up saying things they are not supposed … Continue reading

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