Al Goodwyn Editorial Cartoons by Al Goodwyn for March 09, 2022

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    LookingGlass Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Me thinks that someone "spiked* Lady G’s mint julep!!


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    Concretionist  over 2 years ago

    I sincerely doubt that anybody outside the US right-fringe pays any attention to Lindsay (Crackers) Graham.

    Of course, Graham IS suggesting something that resonates strongly with Putin, so maybe he did notice. But there’s no chance at all that he cares. He’s got real problems to worry about.

    As for the rest of the world, well, see paragraph #1. He’s an embarrassment… but mostly to himself. (And honestly: Can you claim you haven’t at least thought about it? I know I have.)

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    baroden Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Send Trump to negotiate the piece. At least it’ll give Putin someone to laugh at.

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    PraiseofFolly  over 2 years ago

    —) Might it be useful to have the relative heat of political rhetoric be measured in something like “Scoville Units” as is done for peppers? That way, listeners could be forewarned that heated rhetoric might pleasurably tingle going down, but it would likely be painful in the end. Rallies with really hot rhetoric would have to provide ice cream.

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    The Nodding Head  over 2 years ago

    Graham is one of those brave, bold warriors who are always ready to send others into danger.

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    Zebrastripes  over 2 years ago

    Graham is a slimeball…he’s on whoever’s side is winning….boot licker

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    Vidrinath Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Thank you for drawing this Al

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    s49nav  over 2 years ago

    “Out the door”? How about “In the ground”!

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    preacherman Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Better than the death of Putin, would be the removal of Putin from office by his people. He’s beginning to get under the skin of his oligarchs and many of the populace are suffering under his leadership, even more so with the beginning of the war.

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    Radish the wordsmith  over 2 years ago

    Republicans are like a million years behind everyone else.

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    Ivan the Terrible   over 2 years ago

    Graham is a closet homo. Why doesn’t he come out?

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    genome_project Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Current events?

    Lady Graham said that over a week ago and Brave, Brave Lindsey has since taken it back.

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    B 8671  over 2 years ago

    I may not like Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin but murdering him is not the way to go! If you kill him then he gets away with his crimes. It IS BETTER to put him on trial for crimes against humanity!

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    Kracklin Rosie - “Tolo Dan Nan Galad” Premium Member over 2 years ago

    I’ve suggested since day one of the invasion, that if this goes badly, the oligarchs and others surrounding Putin might begin sharpening their knives. Right now things are pretty bad for him, with his forces stalled to the north, massive loss of equipment, high casualty and desertion rates, documented atrocities that he can’t hide from his own people due to modern communication technology etc. The oligarchs have seen their wealth and financial assets decimated along with their property seized (all those mega yachts and more). The Russian people are really feeling the pinch. They’ve had twenty years of living with access to western style luxury goods and their youth have no experience of having to under the harsh conditions of the old USSR. Their credit cards are no good, every day necessities are becoming scarce and we’re seeing long lines for rationed goods again.

    No, things aren’t going well for Vladimir Putin at all. Of course he’s got his own inner circle and praetorian type guard, people who fortunes rise and fall with his. Question is, how far can he fall before some of those surrounding him decide they don’t want to go down with his sinking ship, yacht.

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    Rich Douglas  over 2 years ago

    I wonder how Graham would react if there were people calling for HIS murder?

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    Carthago delenda est  over 2 years ago

    I prefer Lindsey Graham’s rhetoric over Tucker Carlson’s. Of course, it is better to be neither. (Apologies to CS Lewis for the second sentence.)

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    DrDon1  over 2 years ago

    @ CREATOR above … Goodwyn considered “the dems track record of nominating horrible candidates” … perhaps he prefers someone like Madison Cawthorn….

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