Monday, April 04, 2011

A Monstrous Regiment Of Women Man-Up On The Dumbos & Teabaggers!

[Note from the blogger: This blog has been dark over the weekend due to a computer problem. The blogger's laptop was afflicted by something produced by a fiendish black hat and the laptop had to go to the hospital. The equivalent of a prefrontal lobotomy was performed and the hard drive was "wiped" and Windows 7 was reinstalled. Evidently the anti-everything software that was supposedly guarding the laptop failed and something malignant made changes to the operating system. Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?]

Welcome, boys and girls, to another Tom Tomorrow installment (after the move from Salon to the Daily Kos0. Today, Conservative Jones gives voice to the Lunatic Wing on the Right. No, wait! It's not a "wing," it's that entire gang of wackos! Since April '09, this blog made several visits to Tom Tomorrow's alternative universe to be thrilled by the adventures of "Conservative Jones, Boy Detective" and the Great Wikipedia tells us:

[x Wickipedia]
Conservative Jones

Beginnning in 1963, Donald J. Sobol created Leroy "Encyclopedia" Brown, boy detective, in a long series of children's novels. Only his parents and teachers call Leroy by his given name (which he dislikes); the rest of the neighborhood children refer to him as "Encyclopedia" because of his penetrating mind. "This Modern World" is a parallel universe and in that world, Tom Tomorrow gives us "Conservative Jones," Boy Detective. Jones has a trusty sidekick, "Moonbat McWacky," just as Sherlock Holmes had Dr. John Watson.

In today's thrilling installment, Conservative Jones faces the Dumbo Dilemma O'The Day: How To Support The Airstrikes In Libya Without Supporting The POTUS 44? The best that Conservative Jones can muster is to strike at manhood in the Oval Office. Women (gasp) convinced the POTUS 44 to protect the Libyan rebels with bombing sorties. Women! If this is (fair & balanced) Dumbo/Teabagger insanity, so be it.

[x This Modern World]
Conservative Jones And The Mystery Of Operation Odyssey Dawn
By Tom Tomorrow (Dan Perkins)

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Tom Tomorrow/Dan Perkins

[Dan Perkins is an editorial cartoonist better known by the pen name "Tom Tomorrow". His weekly comic strip, "This Modern World," which comments on current events from a strong liberal perspective, appears regularly in approximately 150 papers across the U.S., as well as on Salon and Working for Change. The strip debuted in 1990 in SF Weekly.

Perkins, a long time resident of Brooklyn, New York, currently lives in Connecticut. He received the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Excellence in Journalism in both 1998 and 2002.

When he is not working on projects related to his comic strip, Perkins writes a daily political weblog, also entitled "This Modern World," which he began in December 2001.]

Copyright © 2011 Tom Tomorrow (Dan Perkins)

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