Thursday, January 13, 2011

What Loughner isn't: this Ramirez cartoon says a lot

From Ramirez:

8 comments:

GrammaMack said...

Did you see President Obama at the memorial service/campaign rally last night?

aztexan said...

Excellent drawing - a perfect likeness. How insensitive and unchristian of you, Dan, to post such an uncharitably accurate portrait of this misunderstood victim of society's meanies. You and the artist responsible should be ashamed.

;-)

RealityCheck said...

“Did you see President Obama at the memorial service/campaign rally last night?”

No... I can’t watch (or listen) to Obama and keep my blood pressure under control but I did enjoy watching this instead:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVRkhXLi5a0

Halcyon said...

What a bootless misapplication of epidermis.

(I hope that was PC enough for folks out there.)

aztexan said...

Oooo! Halcyon, you're going the right way for a stern talking-to.

Fred Butler said...

Did you see President Obama at the memorial service/campaign rally last night?

I saw pictures. I understand there were two venues: the pep rally ra-ra memorial with the tee-shirts and bumper stickers was at U of A, and then there was a more "official" memorial somewhere else. Or was it both and the same thing?

GrammaMack said...

Sadly, it was one and the same, or at least that is my understanding. I left the room when it interrupted the program I was watching, but I could still hear it from the next room. Michelle Malkin has a description of the events and the president's speech, if anyone is interested.

Pierre Saikaley said...

Good call on the Ted Williams thing.

I kept thinking that you can't just take a guy off the street, give him instant fame and fortune, and expect a happy ending, no questions asked.

This time around he has a lot more to lose.

I see a parable in his story. The old man off the street, dressed in new clothes, shaved, and money in his pocket, but STILL the same old man. Dressing up the sinner didn't change him inwardly.