The Week’s Best Cartoons 11/26

My mind seems not to have yet recovered from the Thanksgiving holiday and I can’t even seem to figure out what day of the week it is, much less put fingers to keyboard to write a reasonably coherent post.  But that’s okay — fortunately the cartoonists have my back and are as sharp as ever!  Our friend TokyoSand is also right on top of things and has searched the world over via the internet to find the best of the best.  Needless to say, Elon Musk heads the list of things that go ‘bump’ in the night, but there are plenty of others, as well.  So, without further ado, heeeeeeeeere’s TokyoSand …

As a heavy Twitter user for the past 6+ years, forgive me for all the cartoons about Twitter. It has been an important place to share news and opinions, and it’s hard to watch it overrun with trolls, especially its CEO. But there was other political news, which you’ll find covered below.…

Be sure to check out the rest of the ‘toons!

9 thoughts on “The Week’s Best Cartoons 11/26

  1. The Groomers one hit hard. Exactly what we saw with Kyle R., and we keep seeing through pols like MGT and Boebert. The snow globe, yeah, sigh, but also the one about the GOP’s ‘plans’, so same old same old, no plans to govern, no plans to do anything but childishly try to get back at the Dems because the Dems were actually governing. Regardless of Trump, the GOP has become a deeply backward, reactionary, out of touch, lost political entity which leans more and more toward violent threats and intimidation as practice. That says a great deal about its supporters and members. Hugs and cheers, M

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    • I agree about the ‘Groomers’ one … and I hadn’t thought about it, but yes, that is what the GOP is doing with Kyle Rittenhouse … and others. Once they have served their usefulness, they’ll be booted back to the curb. Same with Herschel Walker. The ‘toons were mostly spot on, and depressing, as is our society today. No, the GOP has no plan for governance, for they don’t care about governing, only about increasing their power and wealth, and continuing to expand their base by telling lie after lie to the masses. I am moderately encouraged by the results of this month’s election … the people rejected the far-right trumpeters, but … if the GOP had put forth semi-viable candidates, they might well have caused that ‘red wave’ they were hoping for. They’ve learned from this … for better or for worse, likely for worse if the likes of Kevin McCarthy, Margie Greene, Matt Gaetz, et al have their way. Hugs and cheers, my friend!

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