Robert Ariail for December 04, 2015

  1. I yam who i yam
    Kind&Kinder  over 8 years ago

    Yes, he’s a dog all right.

    “Hey Bulldog”

    SheepdogStanding in the rainBullfrogDoing it againSome kind of happiness is measured out in milesWhat makes you think you’re something special when you smile?

    Child-likeNo one understandsJack knifeIn your sweaty handsSome kind of innocence is measured out in yearsYou don’t know what it’s like to listen to your fears

    You can talk to meYou can talk to meYou can talk to me, if you’re lonely you can talk to me

    Yeah hey, oh!Ho, ho!Yeah!Ho, ho, ho, ho!Ho, ho!

    Big man (Yeah)Walking in the parkWigwamFrightened of the darkSome kind of solitude is measured out in youYou think you know me but you haven’t got a clue

    You can talk to meYou can talk to meYou can talk to me, if you’re lonely you can talk to meHey!

    Wahoo woof! Woof!

    Hey bulldog! Hey bulldog!Hey bulldog! Hey bulldog!

    [Hey man, what’s that noise?


    What d’you say?

    I said woof!

    D’you know anymore?

    Wooaah ha ha ha!

    You’ve got it, that’s great! That’s right! That’s it, man, hoo!

    Give it to me, man, hurry! I’ve got ten children, ho!

    Ah ho! Ha ha ha ha ha ha!

    Quiet boy, quiet!


    Hey bulldog!Hey bulldog!

    —The Beatles
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    cocavan11  over 8 years ago

    And, to add insult to injury, no one’s prepared to clean up his mess afterwards. Everyone will ruin a good pair of shoes.

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    Plods with ...™  over 8 years ago

    Hit him on the nose with a newspaper.

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    sofartotheleftimright  over 8 years ago

    Trump loves Jews because they are great negotiators.

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    frodo1008  over 8 years ago

    I am truly amazed that Republicans would be so very brain dead as to consider this character as presidential material!

    If he should end up being the actual Republican nominee, then the only hope for this country, (as well as possibly the entire world) is that he is totally defeated by whoever the Democrat nominee is.

    Hillary Clinton may not be perfect (just who is?), but she is so far above this guy that there is really no basis for even a comparison. As for Bernie Sanders, go out to his web site and see just what he wants to do, he IS the only true middle class supporter amoung all of the candidates. But hopefully, if Hillary is the chosen one of the democrats, then she will choose him as her VP running mate!

    Please, please, ordinary middle class voters, get out there and vote! Especially, when a multi billionaire such as Trump, who actually brags about being a multi billionare, then says he is going to improve the lot of the middle class in this country. Boy, is that a joke in poor class!!!!

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    pam Miner  over 8 years ago

    I’m getting so tired of seeing and hearing about trump. He is being kept in the spotlight because he is so outlandish and we (Not sure who) can hardly wait to see what he will do next.Like he is also a gold mine for cartoonists.I’m a democrat but I wish the republicans would get there act together and have 1 more candidate but a sensible one.It’s hard to understand how so many are 1 issue voters. What makes abortion more important than things like jobs, economy, bringing back the middle class, taking care of the really needing, Prison reform??(If we could work on rehabbing less dangerous criminals and keep the truly psychopathic, serial killers, ect locked up.) Chances are we get 8 years of each party, so if Trump would win we will have him a long time. I would not trust Trump to say anything that enough people want to hear and then do whatever He wants when in power.

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    Mickey and Delia  over 8 years ago

    Today, David Brooks explains why Trump cannot possibly win.. quotes fivethirtyeight that polls this early are not reliable. But that’s only part..Mr Trump grabbed about 20% of those likely to vote in Republican primaries and caucuses almost as soon as he entered the race. fivethirtyeight figured he’d be out after the first debate. They were wrong. About 20% to 30% of those who will vote in the Republican nominating process are fervently for Mr Trump. But a majority are just as fervently against Mr Trump. At first, 16 candidates split the anti-Trump vote, with the biggest share being about 10%, and Mr Trump’s plurality was double that of his closest competitor. Now, there are still 13 candidates splitting 70% of the vote, and the next three to drop have 0% each, so things won’t change before New Hampshire..Only Dr Carson’s followers might switch to Mr Trump if the doctor withdraws, those now planning to vote for one of the other 12 will switch to another of the 12 when their preferred candidate withdraws..Mr Trump might get a plurality, but it takes a majority of the delegates to win the nomination, and there is absolutely no way Mr Trump can possibly get that majority.

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  8. And you wonder why
    Kylop  over 8 years ago

    I think this ’toon would work without any of the words/labels.

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    Dtroutma  over 8 years ago

    Trump gets millions of dollars in free press, every day, on almost every outlet, and even those giving him time to show how stupid he and his followers are, only encourages his followers. He plays the press the same way another group with the same great love for America’s true values does: ISIL.

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    TRat  over 8 years ago

    Let’s say Trump actually wins the nomination. How worried would anyone be running against someone who has already alienated hispanics and women? Based on US demographics, a coalition of angry white people is a losing hand. I doubt he wins the nomination anyway.

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    æ²  over 8 years ago

    That is one ugly dog.

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