Storm Bear

Hillary, I am in no mood for 2013!

Filed By Storm Bear | September 27, 2007 8:34 AM | comments

Filed in: Politics
Tags: Dennis Kucinich, election campaigns, gay cartoons and comics, Hillary Rodham Clinton, humorous blog post, New Hampshire, politics, ultra k, webcomics


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HRC can't make a commitment to bring the troops home before 2013?

Well, I am terribly sorry, then it seems I can't make a commitment to vote for her.

I am looking for a President, not a wanna-be.


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Maybe if she nuclear first-strikes Iran she'll change her mind about Iraq. After all, the troops will have to come from somewhere, and she wouldn't want to start a draft, now would she?

A draft may upset her plans for 2012.

Seriously, her time table puts the pull-out AFTER the 10th Anniversary of the Iraq war.

I damn near fell off the couch when I heard it.

My brother will probably be deployed three more times by then.

One of your all-time best toons, Storm. I've sent links to everyone I know. I hope folks Stumble this one!

Thanks!

I must have hit a nerve. I already got troll rated over on Daily Kos so I must be doing something right!

I was worried the size might be a problem but it seemed to worked out OK.

Marla R. Stevens Marla R. Stevens | September 28, 2007 3:23 AM

This ranks right up there in the visually making it clear category with Ben Cohen's Budget Cookie and the simple out of the mouths of (sometimes wise-acre) babes innocence of your characters is delightfully reminiscent of Walt Kelly's Pogo. Way to draw!