Comic 112 - 5.4.16

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Chippewa Ghost 10th Sep 2017, 8:01 PM edit delete
Chippewa Ghost
On further reflection, I think The Sopranos is a better HBO metaphor for the current administration...

And speaking of Mar A Lago, I hope that everyone in Florida regardless of political persuasion is finding safety from the current hurricane.


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Microraptor 10th Sep 2017, 8:22 PM edit delete reply
They have the "Mobile Sedition Vigilance" logo on their swimming trunks! Did the budget Tona used for buying friggin custom swimming trunks for a bunch of Neo-Nazis come from tax money??
Chippewa Ghost 10th Sep 2017, 8:36 PM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
I'm going to say... yes, yes it did come from tax money.

And you think we Americans only splurge our money on weapons systems!
sigpig 11th Sep 2017, 8:42 PM edit delete reply
Tona IS a weapons system...
Chippewa Ghost 12th Sep 2017, 8:46 PM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
@Sigpig: Next chapter I'll show you how very true that statement is.
Seabiscuit 10th Sep 2017, 9:21 PM edit delete reply
Hahahaha, I adore how he just laughs at that nonsense... And that last panel! Perfect.
Chippewa Ghost 12th Sep 2017, 8:46 PM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
Heh, thanks.

For someone who was long ago portrayed as the asshole of the cast, Sam is coming through as a stand up guy.
anonymous coward 10th Sep 2017, 10:15 PM edit delete reply
Al Capone used to say he was just a businessman. I'd say there's a fair point in that, and I would point at negative business externalities* as the reason why. The biggest difference between a criminal and a businessman is that the criminal is the one who got convicted. Until then it's just the free market trying to match up supply and demand.

Chippewa Ghost 12th Sep 2017, 8:48 PM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
Weeeeeellll between businessman and criminal, I wouldn't be totally convinced of which category Mr. Trump is going to eventually wind up in.
anonymous coward 12th Sep 2017, 10:23 PM edit delete reply
Even if he does get convicted of something, somehow, he's got enough money and pull that may not be the final word anyway: He can certainly afford to appeal all the way to the Supreme Court.

My point is that calling him a businessman is very much not a term of respect or approval to anyone who has a well-informed understanding of what a businessperson is, and does. Instead, I use the word as the insult it properly should be considered as, comparable to the less ambiguously insulting terms, "hustler," "opportunist,' and, "confidence artist."
NeilKapit 10th Sep 2017, 10:45 PM edit delete reply
I think I speak for all reasonable Jews when I say that the goyim can take Ivanka back, because we sure as shit don't want her
Chippewa Ghost 10th Sep 2017, 11:12 PM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
heh, that's a mean comment and I love it
Cooke 11th Sep 2017, 8:16 AM edit delete reply
Here comes the expendibles. Or would "walking plausible deniability" be more appropriate?
Chippewa Ghost 12th Sep 2017, 8:45 PM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
See how much better it is to care about the inevitable cannon fodder?
ProfEtheric 12th Sep 2017, 7:57 PM edit delete reply
Sam, you idiot, don't laugh. He's sliding this country into an honest-to-goodness fascist state.

And... cue goon squad...
Chippewa Ghost 12th Sep 2017, 8:06 PM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
Let's be real, Prof.

Fascists have hella more fashion sense than those who resist them.

(Which would make Ivanka not a fascist!)
anonymous coward 12th Sep 2017, 10:33 PM edit delete reply
Not entirely true I'd say. Maybe I'm nitpicking too much, but does it really count as their fashion sense if they *employ* very nice fashion designers to make their uniforms spiffy, or copy spiffy things other people wear? I will agree they usually tend to have thuggish understanding of the power of appearance though.