Smart. Sharp. Funny. Fearless.
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
  • Jim Myers

    If it were only that simple…

    • ObozoMustGo

      You got that right, Jimbo! How are you today?

  • Brent

    Wow, I’d vote for that AND get ’em started on one for Men!!

  • Allan Richardson

    I hope she also got some counseling about why she settled for such a loser in the first place. I don’t judge ACTUAL people by their appearance, but as a cartoon character, this guy seems to have less intelligence than a factory-farm-bred turkey.

    • DurdyDawg

      Allen. you were looking at a typical back-forty red neck T-peer.. Didn’t you recognize the smell? This should give you a clue to his heritage.

  • ObozoMustGo

    And now…. The REAL Cartoon Of The Day!

    [click image to enlarge]

    Have a nice day!

    “Bachelors know more about women than married men; if they didn’t they’d be married too.” — H. L. Mencken

    • metrognome3830

      Of course you have first-hand knowledge of events in 1922? Margaret Sanger was on friendly terms with those who espoused Eugenics. She even addressed the KKK at least once. In 1922 racism was widespread even among those who considered themselves educated. Sanger’s main interest was in establishing that women should be in control of their own bodies. Unlike other Eugenicists, she did not believe that undesirables should be deported or done away with. She did believe in improving the human condition by preventing the birth of defective children through contraception and abortion. Neither you nor I have any knowledge of what she might thing if she were alive today. Interestingly, for a racist, she staffed her first clinic with an African American staff including the doctors and nurses. What do you think your attitude would have been to other races and nationalities and other religions if you were a young man in 1922. I don’t think you can honestly answer that. I can guess what you might like to think your attitude would have been, but how would you know? After all, racism was pretty widespread then, and prejudices against certain religions. I was born 16 years after 1922 and there was still plenty of that.

      • ObozoMustGo

        Metro…. I am surprised that you are attempting to defend Margaret Sanger’s racist beliefs AND actions on the basis what many other people thought. That’s like accepting and justifying Hitler’s murder of 6+ million Jews because, well, after all, many people thought Jews were animals back then so it’s kind of OK. Bullsheet on that thinking my friend.

        Sanger’s thoughts are well documented in her own writings. Her goal with abortion was the purification of the human race by eliminating blacks, jews, etc. The reason she had blacks working for her was specifically planned as a means of getting the approval of other blacks to abort their babies. Sanger was evil incarnate, Metro. There are no redeaming qualities with her. Here are her own quotes, not mine. Not made up. Hers. With sources and references cited.

        Have a nice day, Metro!

        “We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”
        — Margaret Sanger’s December 19, 1939 letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble, 255 Adams Street, Milton, Massachusetts. Original source: Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, North Hampton, Massachusetts. Also described in Linda Gordon’s Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right: A Social History of Birth Control in America . New York: Grossman Publishers, 1976.

        “[Our objective is] unlimited sexual gratification without the burden of unwanted children … [Women must have the right] to live … to love… to be lazy … to be an unmarried mother … to create … to destroy… The marriage bed is the most degenerative influence in the social order… The most merciful thing that a family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”
        — Margaret Sanger (editor). The Woman Rebel , Volume I, Number 1.
        Reprinted in Woman and the New Race . New York: Brentanos Publishers, 1922.

        • DurdyDawg

          Wow, Bozo!.. Seems like you out done yourself this time but obviously people Still don’t like you or is it that they just wanted you to see what the meaning of the word ‘contrary’ felt like on your side of the table this time.

    • WhutHeSaid


      Pssst…it’s 2013, and your leader is a black man. Doesn’t that make you feel a little better about your country?


      Have a nice day!

    • ralphkr

      Gee, Bozo, reads just like my wife’s aunt’s post cards to her brother in the 1800s. We have two shoe boxes full of picture post cards and it is fascinating to read how Boston has been destroyed by sub-human Irishmen and Milwaukee by German animals.

      • ObozoMustGo

        Ralphie… did you write any of those post cards personally that are in that box???? Just askin…… 🙂 🙂

        Have a nice day, Ralphie!

        “Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.” ― Mark Twain

        • jnap

          Another quote from someone that is not Obozo.

        • ralphkr

          No, Obozo, I fear that I did not write any postcards in the 1800s but I must say that the pictures/drawings were fascinating.

      • metrognome3830

        Hey, ralph, I am descended from those sub-human Irish people. And evil Dutch people who stole Manhattan from the natives. What could be worse than that?

        • ralphkr

          Yeah, my wife’s father’s family considered French the ONLY civilized people (they settled in Canada before the British conquered them) and would have been appalled that she married me. My paternal grandfather came from Prussia & grandmother from Bavaria, maternal grandfather from Hamburg & grandmother was mongrel American (matriarchal lineage in the US back to the 1700s).

          What tickled me about the cards was that it did not take very long before the Irish were running Boston and the Germans were running Milwaukee.