The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for May 16, 1999
Huey: Riley, from now on I'm taking personal responsibility for your actions. Here is a list of unacceptable behavior. Commit it to memory. Riley: What? Negro. Please..."No disrespecting authority." Man. Last year you attacked the principal with three different styles of Chinese Kung-Fu! Huey: Um. That was different. He was unjust authority. Riley: "No graffiti." So you're tryin' to stifle my cultural expression? Huey: No. Uh, that should read, "no graffiti without artistic merit." Riley: "No stealing"? Don't you always say theft in America is justified because the whole country is stolen land? Huey: Yeah. I sure do. Well. I quit. Can you at least try to stay out of jail? Riley: I'm not makin' any promises.