Friday, September 23, 2016

Cartoon Bonus Friday!

Readers- It's another one of those days where the cartoon part of our brain is firing on all cylinders, but the wordy part of our brain is sputtering, smoking, and possibly needs a ring job (not to be confused with a "rim job," and if you don't know the term for Heaven's sake don't look it up!)

SOooo, here's a panoply of cartoons, each worth a thousand words (or a few months in a federal re-education camp). We think you'll still get the messages loud and clear!

SCHEDULING CONFLICT
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We think Soros not only has violent activist/agitators on speed dial, we think he ships them to troubled sites via FedEx: "When it absolutely, positively, has to be on the nightly news!"

HILLARY HUSSEIN
obama, obama jokes, political, humor, cartoon, conservative, hope n' change, hope and change, stilton jarlsberg, hillary, black vote, north carolina, riots
If Hillary wins, expect a lot more rioting in the streets as things go from bad to worse in black communities - because that's exactly what the Progressive Left wants to have happen.

DONS MACABRE
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They met at the Hair Club for Men.
By the way, we should mention that in the appearances we've seen lately, Trump actually seems more lucid. This is good, because we detest Hillary more and more every time we see or hear her, and we're definitely voting for Trump - and it's easier to do so if his meds are working.

And who among us isn't looking forward to the battle royale coming up on Monday?! We imagine that scenes like the one below will be playing out in political war rooms all weekend...

PRE-FIGHT CHECKLIST
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If the debate stage doesn't have a tiny model of Tokyo on the floor, we'll be very disappointed.

19 comments:

TrickyRicky said...

A grand slam Stilton, take four bases. What a great way to start a Friday. Thanks. I only wish you hadn't mentioned rim job. My annual visit to the rear admiral is scheduled for today.

Emmentaler Limburger said...

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-09-22/who-behind-riots-charlotte-police-says-70-arrested-protesters-had-out-state-ids

And that's all I have to say about it...

REM1875 said...

Speaking of wells fargo what other H&C services did your minions sign me up for ??
Ya know none of this would have happened if ya did not promises your winning employee a partially expense paid trip to glorious sunny, Watauga, TX?
If I see any more free withdrawals my H&C account I will be forced to contact management.

Fish Out of Water said...

Joke-worthy, but as per the comment above, there is a more sinister, dangerous element to this. While there may have been an initial outburst of community anger, like Ferguson, et.al. this latest is being stoked and abetted by professional agitators/revolutionaries, whose end game is the destruction of our society and the liberties many take for granted.

Judi King said...

George Soros is one of the most evil people on the planet. (in my opinion)

James Daily said...

Yea, I read that most were bused in so that begs the question, Who is paying for the buses? Clinton Crime Family? (Nope, they are too cheap) DNC? Possible. Presidential fund? Probably. The bus riders? Never. They want contention and all they can get. Clinton will never say a disparaging word about her brother and sister criminals. If anyone can discern the difference between a riot and a protest with these folks, clue me in.

Fred Ciampi said...

Just a partially rhetorical question; If it is known that good 'ole George Soros is paying for out of state thugs, killers, mayhem doers, and sincerely bad guys, why is the gubbermint not doing something about it? Oh, wait! I think I know the answer, the gubbermint (0'bammy, sweet Loretta, and all the rest) work for lonesome George. I read that 71% of those arrested in Charlotte were from out of state!!! It seems that we are getting closer to a SHTF situation folks.

Geoff King said...

If I were a globalist, I would be very worried about who will replace the evil puppetmasters of the world, which are all getting up there in age, such as Soros-who is now 86 years old and will soon be going to meet Satan personally.

American Cowboy said...

@Fish Out of Water said..."there is a more sinister, dangerous element to this. . .this latest is being stoked and abetted by professional agitators/revolutionaries, whose end game is the destruction of our society and the liberties many take for granted.

In light of the oath that the military take that begins, "I, _____, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. . .", it seems to me that the military has a duty to step in and protect the law-abiding United States citizens from these hired anarchists by whatever means they have, the same as if they were involved in a military confrontation in another country.

Bruce Bleu said...

If shrillary becomes "Evita of Amerika", then the "progressive to regressive agenda will be enacted, ergo, it will be the Tokyotoprotocol that will be on the debate floor, and Goddesszilla, the "wide-bodied wench" will be calling the shots, (to our heads). Will the death of our nation include "Roman-ing charges"?

Fish Out of Water said...

@American cowboy. No, that is exactly what these professional agent provocateurs would like to see happen.

John the Econ said...

Scheduling Conflict & Hillary Hussein: Yeah, the social disorder in Charlotte certainly was helpful in getting the recent and numerous Islamic attacks off the front pages. But seriously, is another week of racially excused pillaging really all that helpful to Obama or Hillary? After all, it is just another reminder that this sort of stuff was not happening with such regularity in, say 2008. Obama playing the race card, calling it a "personal insult" to his legacy if black voters don't show up for Hillary. Never mind that over the last 8 years, he's done absolutely nothing that's measurably improved the quality of life for the vast majority of black Americans. Obama's only "legacy" to blacks is currently playing out in Charlotte, largely courtesy to the mayhem tourists. I doubt many blacks seriously believes that old-white crooked Hillary will do any better.

I have a friend in Charlotte who is very distressed by what's happening in "her city". I doubt it makes her feel any better that most of the mob are out-of-state. But do consider this: No matter how safe you may feel where you live, sooner or later, these touring thugs will be dispatched to your city too.

Trump secures the much sought after Don King endorsement: Big news of the day? Don uses the n-word. Yawn.

Pre-Fight Checklist: This event is so anticipated, I'm afraid that it's going to be a total disappointment. We all want to see Trump do a 1 - 2 - knockout. Why is it that my spidey-senses tell me that's not going to happen?

And a totally non-political question for Stilton: What's the technical/professional term for the sound effect graphics ("KOFF!", "HACK!", ect) in the above cartoon? Mrs. Econ is working on a project and I'm certain there's a online tool somewhere to make those versus me having to crank up my Corel and manually create them. Thanks in advance.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@TrickyRicky- Let's hope you pass the Timex test today: take a licking and keep on ticking!

@Emmentaler Limburger- You can't see it, but I'm wearing my shocked face.

@REM1875- To restore your confidence in H&C Fiduciary Services, we're giving you a free safety deposit box. Please remit all of your valuables and we'll store them safely and not make a run for the border. Probably.

@Fish Out of Water- I'm always dead serious about what I joke about. We now have staged "media events" instead of news, and the bad guys are using them all too effectively.

@Judi King- While it's said that one shouldn't judge a book by it's cover, George Soros just radiates evil.

@James Daily- When Obama lists the "jobs created" under his watch, these paid protesters are some of the only ones I actually think he can take credit for.

@Fred Ciampi- Do ANY of us believe that if Trump was hiring busloads of thugs to drive into town, break windows, set fires, loot stores, and turn cop cars into trampolines that it would be tolerated?

@Geoff King- Oh, 86 isn't old if you keep a dungeon full of healthy orphans whose organs are good tissue matches. I think Soros is on his 16th heart already.

@American Cowboy- It does seem like more action is called for. I'm not sure the military needs to get proactive, but the police should be upping their game (which is to say, their supervisors need to start putting a higher priority on public safety than public relations).

@Bruce Bleu- You said a mouthful.

@Fish Out of Water- Exactly. We don't want to overreact, but I'm convinced a workable balance shouldn't be this hard to find.

@John the Econ- I love the term "mayhem tourists" - is that an Econ original?

Regarding the debate, I have no idea what will actually happen. I'm sure Trump will be coached to behave himself, and Hillary will attempt to goad him into doing something outrageous. That's not the safest thing for her to do, though - a lot of "outrageous" attacks on Hillary are 100% accurate and justified.

Finally, I have no idea what those graphic sound effects are called (though I think "Bamsplats" should be added to the lexicon). If Mrs Econ is doing something comic-booky, I highly recommend the inexpensive and easy-to-use program I use to do Hope n' Change. It's called http://plasq.com/.

Emmentaler Limburger said...

@American Cowboy: The military has been undergoing certain... "changes" ever since the Carter administration, but particularly under this jackwagon. You can't defend something you don't value against actions you're complicit in....

David in SoCal said...

Great job as usual on the 'toons today Stilton, my ass has been thoroughly cracked. And great posts everyone; your insight/intelligence/jocularity are second to none!

All seriousness aside: As I have been watching the inevitable destruction of another perfectly good city by Soros' Travelling Terrorist Tourists; one thing has REALLY been bugging me: When did Dee Snyder from Twisted Sister go all tranny and become Mayor of Charlotte??
Love y'all, and have a great weekend!

Dan said...

Soros strikes me as a good reason to consider resurrecting a modified Project Phoenix. And I ain't talkin' about Arizona.

Anonymous said...

John the econ...onomatopoeia is the word you are looking for.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Emmentaler Limburger- There have clearly been changes in the military, but I still hold them in the highest regard and believe that most members love the Constitution. That being said, it would be very hard for them to take unilateral action in these morally confusing days.

@David in SoCal- I don't remember which witty person first observed "politics is the entertainment business for ugly people," but there's some truth in it.

@Dan- Assuming you're talking about the search for intelligent life in space, I'm reminded that my Mac used to have a screen saver which would grab chunks of data from NASA and process it - looking for unusual signals. In this way, NASA got millions of computers working on all that data. Even so, we didn't discover any species more annoying than our own.

@Anonymous- Bonus points for knowing the word onomatopoeia, which I've loved ever since I heard the Three Stooges use it in one of their shorts. Really! The words "Hack" and "Koff" are indeed onomatopoetic, and such words are described as onomatopoeia in comics, but I'm not sure if that's the right word to describe the actual graphics themselves. But in lieu of any other ideas on my part, I'll go with your definition!

Emmentaler Limburger said...

@Stilton: As do I; however, those I respect the most take orders from whose who have been put in to replace those I once respected. And even if it was not so, there's an inherent Catch 22 when the entity most deserving of actions is also their commander in chief. I think everyone in the military likely recognizes that the cheese is being pushed off the cracker, but it would have to be someone with a mighty big shiny set of brass cajones and the loyalty of all the minions to get the machine rolling against it. In my experience that type mostly populates Hollywood action films and comic books...

And, on that note, I will leave you with Ă˜bama's vision for our military: https://youtu.be/Qxs3gmewuhI