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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Of Mice and Mendacity

It looks like a certain mouse with a sombrero has just made a left turn at Albuquerque, and he’s not the only one! –All Right Magazine

Look out Seedy, los gatos! Like a pair of vote-seeking missiles, cool cats Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson have been launched at Arizona by the White House. We can only hope that the cries of Nazi-ism and terrorism leveled against our 48th state by the world's largest anchor babies don't come too late to save Post-Racial America. –Dale

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

A Nightmare on Wall Street

Wake up America! Freddy Krugerrand is prowling Wall Street looking for someone to skewer. Not to worry, the deformed reformer is only after fat cats, fall guys and whipping boys, so back to sleep. –Dale

Thursday, April 15, 2010

INFILTRAiTOR

April 15th 2010 - A new magazine debuts and President Obama is on the cover. Where does he find the time? Complete with carefully misspelled signage, the agent provocateur-in-chief is seen here rallying unwitting Tax Day Teapartiers to do something stupid... like following him. –Dale

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Mad Dogs and Congressmen

Mad Dog Congressmen should go out in the midterm elections. Grayson's reign of terror should "die quickly." The unintended consequences of this thug's ouster from power may present a real problem in an increase of car chasing incidents, especially for ambulance drivers. –Dale

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Star Chamber of Horrors

Capitalism, in its heyday, was famous for the “Axe Man,” someone in the company responsible for handing out pink slips. Nowadays, corporate execs themselves need to be on the lookout for the “Wax Man.” –All Right Magazine

From the Capitol's little known Dorian Gray room, the hill's most feared homunculus, Henry Waxman and fig leaf model Bart Stupak prepare to make an example of CEOs that won't get their minds right. Paging Joe McCarthy. –Dale