Matt Wuerker for November 22, 2022

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    nyg16  6 months ago

    hypocrisy is alive and well in the good ole USA

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    DrDon1  6 months ago

    Too bad Wuerker is on GoComics “3rd page!”

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    pamela welch Premium Member 6 months ago

    Well said, Matt!

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    crgigoux  6 months ago

    I see Wuerker has been through California’s central valley a time or two.

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    oldchas  6 months ago

    This is the sort of comic magats would ban from schools lest some children might be exposed to an uncomfortable truth.

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    LeeGP  6 months ago

    They do have one advantage over the Qatari guest workers—they’re not laboring in 125-degree heat. Yet.

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    dickanders Premium Member 6 months ago

    We stopped vacationing in Arizona when we saw the hateful attitude they had toward their “foreign” workers. They absolutely NEED those workers, yet when the work day is over they prosecute them as though they were all criminals or targets of law enforcement abuse. Yes, the R’s in government, in Congress, refuse to work on a reasonable and viable immigration plan that would give those needed workers legal standing and a pathway to citizenship. They prefer to demonize the workers rather than have a plan. The Congress could start with the Dreamers. Why has that been so difficult? Because the R’s want to use it as a stick to beat the D’s rather than do something constructive.

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    Flatworm  6 months ago

    Matt Wuerker may be the inheritor of the mantle of Thomas Nast, Herblock and Pat Oliphant as the best political cartoonist of his day. I wish he’d take over those duties at my hometown paper, the Washington Post (and Bezos would pay him what he deserves — he can afford it!).

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    Dru   6 months ago

    Like it or not, capitalism has always depended on cheap resources to be exploited — be it workers or raw materials.

    (Hence the transition from “Personnel” to Human Resources"? Hmmmm….)

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