Tag Archives: funny political cartoon

Wimp




Newsweek’s cover asks if Romney is too big a wimp to be president. Back in May a front page  Washington Post story asked if Romney was a bully.

Business Bash


In this political cartoon by Chip Bok, Republicans misquote Barack Obama using his own words

Many Democrats are saying that Republicans are misquoting the president by using his own words. Tim Cavanaugh explains in Reason.

Bain Drain


Chip Bok political cartoon about Barack Obama accusing Romney Bain Capital of outsourcing jobs

While Obama accuses Romney of outsourcing jobs at Bain Capital and Romney denies it, Michael Kinsley asks, “what’s wrong with outsourcing?”

Bipartisanship

funny political cartoon by Chip Bok depicts the Barack Obama and Chief Justice Roberts tax shakedown

In the Obamacare ruling shakeout over the Obama Healthcare Mandate,  it appears that Roberts changed his mind after writing the, then, majority opinion overturning the individual mandate based on the commerce clause. He later wrote the new majority opinion upholding the mandate under Congress’ taxing power.

The chief justice isn’t the only one having it both ways. Obama has loudly insisted an estimated one zillion times on national TV that the mandate is not a tax (and he still does, now that he’s won).

After Justice Kennedy’s famous question, “can we create commerce in order to regulate it?”, it looked like the court wasn’t going to uphold the mandate as regulated commerce. So, the administration lawyers argued, hell yes, it’s a tax!

Not a Tax until it Was

Political cartoon by Chip Bok shows Barack Obama taking questions on the Healthcare Mandate Tax

The Supreme Court has determined that the only way the individual mandate gets to be constitutional is if it’s a tax. Let’s have a little fun listening to The White House insisting that it’s not a tax – here, here, and even after the ruling,  here. If they are right, they would be lawless by the court’s reasoning, not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Would it be a rude to interrupt a press conference to find out?