For those who may not know, the bomb with the lit fuse is Newt Gingrich.
I wonder what Newt the Coot is up to nowadays.
Still trying to defend the Orange Baboon??
She might have to spell that out for some of the people in the room.
Newt cheated on his wife, who had cancer, because he loved his country. What a Patriot. At the same time, he was demanding that Clinton be impeached. Clinton was a scoundrel for sure but Newt had no right to open his mouth. He’s the direct cause for the mess our country is in today. Thanks Newt.
Gingrich, the man who served his wife, who was in the hospital for cancer treatments, with divorce papers. What an inspiration for the RW ….
The ole presidential avatar. Did Gary ever come up with one for Obama? I always considered how he drew Trump’s as the most vile, ugly, disgusting avatar of them all.
Most Republicans’ nightmare, another Republican with principles
Well, she set them up with plausible deniability due to dementia. Her dementia, but still.
This must’ve been quite some actual time ago. Imagine, a principled representative in the House who steps down when her brain cells aren’t working quite right. There are a lot of Trumpists still sitting in the House and Senate that should step down since they can no longer adhere to their Constitutional oath.
Thank you. History will thank you too. He is still a mess.
I always loved Trudeau’s symbols for real politicians. The bomb for Newt, the feather for Dan Quayle, Clinton’s waffle. The best were W’s changing headgear and, of course, Ron Headrest.
A politician named after a lizard.It fits him.
Has Lindsay Graham made up his mind whose side he’s on?He seems to change hourly.
I wish real life Democrats were as good as the Doonesbury Democrat stand-ins from 25 years ago….
Would that we had more than 2 republican house members with principles, but that seems to be it.
As a husband he was a piece of sh**, as a congressman he was lower then his name sake.
Principles and Politics, strange bedfellows indeed.
“Last year’s Bomb! We thought it was pretty ultimate, remember?”
“Boy, were we naive!”
—two smiling Generals in Jules Feiffer’s “Boom!”
Lacey is about to burn some bridges and a several butts.