Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Political cartoons: Kucinich's Konfessions: I was a Teenage Alien

Denis Kucinich questioned the President's mental stability in last night's Democrat debate.

Kucinich's Konfessions

Oh yeah?

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Political Cartoons: Richardson's Rant

Bill Richardson has called upon his Democrat colleagues to give up negative comments...

Richardson's Rant a political campaign????

Monday, October 29, 2007

Political Cartoons: Approval Ratings

Congress hits an all time low approval rating...

Approval Ratings

...or does it?

Friday, October 26, 2007

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Political cartoon: Looking Like Lovebirds

Hillary went ga-ga all over Bill today...

Looking like Lovebirds

...anything to do with the polls? Trying to get the "love on the rocks" vote?

Monday, October 22, 2007

Star trekking - or how the Sci-Fi vote will win the 2008 Election

Forget the women's vote, the black vote or the gay vote. It's the Trekkie vote that will count in 2008.....and Hillary has a foolproof plan!

Start trekking

Live long and prosper!

Monday, October 15, 2007

Friday, October 12, 2007

Next Year's Peace Prize goes to Mayor Ragsdale

Doggone it! Al Gore wins the Nobel Peace Prize. Maybe next year it could go to Knox County Mayor Mike Ragsdale if he would only enforce “disturbing the peace” laws in Knox County. At 6.15AM one of our neighbors lets out his dog and it barks for fifteen bloody minutes! This contravenes the pet laws in our county which state that before 8AM and after 11PM, no pets should disturb the peace!

So as well as fixing up the County Commission, Mr. Ragsdale, tear down the walls of bureaucracy and start enforcing this law! Maybe if we all slept better and longer things wouldn’t be so bad around here…

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Politcal cartoon: Barack of a Day to Drop another Obama Clanger

Obama criticizes Clinton's vote as a blank check for invading Iran...

Another day, Another clanger

...didn't he say he would invade Pakistan a month ago! O Obama!

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Poltical cartoon; An Inconvenient Store

Al Gore went shopping for Tipper the other day...with some frightening results...

An Inconvenient Store

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Political cartoons: Time machines - what was the GOP thinking?

Tuesday afternoon live Republican debate between 4-6pm - wow! Major driving time across the US, so apart from political pundits, who's watching?

Time Machine

Monday, October 8, 2007

Whose Cup? Playing Politics with Religion is a Dangerous Game

Who's Cup?

...because God knows the motives inside every politician's heart.

Political Cartoon : Crowning Obama

Barack Obama went church-hopping in Greenville, SC yesterday, preaching the same old politcs & religion stuff...

Crowning Obama

...whatever the faithful want to hear.

Saturday, October 6, 2007

General Red Neck - or why Wesley Clark should stay retired

Wesley Clark suggested that Congress should regulate talk radio because Congress pays for it...

General Red Neck

...Congress pays for nothing! Tax payers finance Congress.

Thursday, October 4, 2007

Breaking News: Rocket Science: A New Theory of Relativity

Each time Bushie employs the seal...

Rocket Science enhances Hillary's voter appeal.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Politcal Cartoon: For the Children...

President Bush gets slap-happy...

For the Children...

...with the veto seal once again

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Gotcha! The People Have Spoken!

Knox County jurors have just found the commissioners guilty of betraying the Sunshine Law. Now let's vote them off the commission and replace them with real representatives.

No more carpetbagging, nepotism or freeloading. Knox County PEOPLE RULE!

Political cartoon: Democrat Fundraising - The Musical

The figures for the last quarter's campaign fundraising have just been released. Obama boy thought he was doing well, until...

Musical Cheers

...he came up against the Clinton girl.

Without "The Voice" being aired, where is the voice of the people?

Our town, Knoxville, Tennessee, has been rocked by the corrupt practices of our local government. Our local newspaper, the News-Sentinel, has at last lived up to its name by bringing a law suit against the Knox County commissioners, who made backroom deals with regard to replacement commissioners. According to the Sentinel’s law suit, these commissioners broke the sunshine law by ensuring that their own people, and in some cases, their own family members, were awarded the vacant seats. We even ended up having a convicted drug dealer representing some people in our county. How corrupt is that?

For some people, this was major news. They didn’t think that our local government was capable of this kind of wheeling and dealing. For me, it was old news. You may remember that I was a regular guest of the morning radio show “The Voice” hosted by Lloyd Daugherty and Kelvin Moxley. We had been talking about this level of corruption in local government eighteen months before the newspaper decided to take up the cudgel and try to oust the backroom boys. We raised these issues on a regular basis and became a thorn in the authority’s side. We stopped airing the program because some mysterious buyers purchased the station and turned it into a sports radio channel. It seems to me that we were making waves, so some groups were happy when we were no longer on the air.

Now these issues have come to the surface and the whole town is reeling from it. Our trust in our local commissioners has hit an all time low and it will probably take one or two elections to properly oust the backroom shenanigans and replace it with open government. Perhaps, in due course, our county commissioners will gain the respect of the people, and use their power not to cover up shady dealings, but to live as servants of the people they represent.

And I also hope that "The Voice" will get back on the air sometime soon. This town needs to hear what Lloyd and Kelvin have to say on a regular basis. This town needs "The Voice."

Monday, October 1, 2007

Political cartoon: Kennedy Capers - Democrats looking for endorsements

Senator Kennedy is wondering who to endorse...

Kennedy Capers

...meanwhile the candidates are scrambling for his support.