Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Political cartoon

This is my first attempt at a political cartoon. I hope people don't take it too seriously and find it funny.

political cartoon


Anonymous said...

Great cartoon, and unfortunately true... Ya gotta walk your talk.

Anonymous said...

Your cartoon is well done though I disagree with the point you are making. I don't agree with everything Obama has done during his tenure but to say he hasn't accomplished anything or made any real changes is simply untrue.

This Daily Kos article sums up his accomplishments nicely (as of Nov. 2009 - so he's done a lot since then)

I think this comic would be more factual if you, the author, were pictured plugging your own ears - blocking out the fact that Obama has done a lot, and a lot of good.

I suspect your mind was made up about him even before he was elected, you won't even acknowledge what he's done because he's not radical enough for you or from the Green Party. A Green Party candidate isn't going to be elected president anytime soon, so why not appreciate the next best thing - that is actually real.

Meeri Peeri said...

you're so right, obama has done so much....he continued with the largest bailout in world history....
so when you find the dollar collapse and you cant buy a loaf of bread like good germans in the weimar period, just thank god for all of the small changes obama made.
HELLLO!!!! Moving chairs around on the deck of the titanic is not a good idea! we need to get off the ship! the ship is called freetrade monetarism...its taking every nation down to hell.
dont be a lemur.

Prabhu Singh said...

My mind was made up about Obama before the election. That's why I didn't vote for him. I heard all these great and wonderful things about him and decided to research about him. I started by looking at his own campaign website. I never went further than that, because his own campaign website made it pretty clear that what he called "change" is what looked to me to be a mere change of skin tone and change of language, but it was clear that he was advocating for a continuation of Bush-era policies.