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Political cartoons by Mark Fiore

by fraktalisman (Hermit)
on Nov 04, 2004 at 17:58 UTC ( #405242=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to For whom would you vote, if you were an American?

Cartoonist Mark Fiore depicts US politics in his political flash cartoons on http://www.markfiore.com. I like them a lot. Just one day before the election, when German TV showed Fahrenheit 9/11, I remembered the website and I wrote an email to Mark telling him not to stop his work. He replied he wouldn't, as he can make a living with it. So at least one thing to be happy about.

The ballots outcome overseas (in the US) has really, really shocked me.
I was also quite astonished to learn about Nader. For weeks I have been watching German news channels as well as BBC World and French TV 5, and I never heard anything about him, I didn't even know who he was.


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Re: Political cartoons by Mark Fiore
by waswas-fng (Curate) on Nov 04, 2004 at 23:07 UTC
    Like in any house, you keep the dirt under the rug. Really why the heck would you even want to be concerned with Nader? He did not even get 1% of the vote overall. Hell a monkey that is trained to stand on two legs and toss poop at the wall can get more votes than that -- case in point Gore 2000. =)


    -Waswas
      a monkey that is trained to stand on two legs and toss poop at the wall can get more votes than that

      Yeah, Bush is called "monkey-boy" for a reason.

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