Tooney, you haven't answered. Are you drawing something about people now uninsured because King Kenyans' boys passed a healthcare plan that covers all those except those that were covered?
Hey Tooney, where's your cartoon about people being kicked out of their healthcare plans. Are those your kind of people - the downtrodden and crapped on by the political man?
Theys just followin' the democRATic oath: If The Man tries to make you work for stuff, that's just The Man keepin' you down. We, the American Socialist, er, democRATic party believes they should be a sharin' all they worked for wit chew.
Tooney's democRATS have been fooling the people since the 60s. They pretend to be the party of the people while secretly keeping the people down because it serves their political interest. Then they pop their head out of the ground whenever they can cry "racism" and lead the people against the man. Like to know how many meals Jesse (and his incarcerated offsrpring) missed; or how many gang-bangers Al (Tawana Brawley) has dodged. Rock on brothers. And your pen pal Tooney.
What's that got to do with violence in Tempersee, degage?
Aw c'mon. One might get the feeling that Crayola Boy is a die-hard DemocRAT looking at this, and that the newspaper (all of which used to be unbiased) leans with the Tooner. That's why subscriptions and ad revenues are so far down. Nobody believes "news" in papers anymore. They're just political statement rags. Balance it corner office -30-
The point is not that the fed is offering insurance. People aren't going to buy any plan because they're simply deadbeats. Why pay for what you can already get free is the ongoing thought. Unfortunately, that is the new American Way.
Tooney forgot it took three to shutdown a government: King Kenyan, The Boner and Harry the Hypocrit. Back to the crayons Tooney.
Finally, a good cartoon. Obama doesn't have to prove his and Crazy Joe's manhood by stepping into that cesspool again. Only thing our incolvementr will be good for is the pockets of big oil, which will jack gas prices because of this "crisis."
Wonder what Marty would say if he could see where his people are today?: Gang banging instead of working, aspiring to be (c)rappers instead of business people. Whitey quit being the problem in the black community in the 80s. The problem in the black community now is the young people in the black community now and its inability to change the culture.