Scott Hardie | March 2, 2004
My favorite comics from February:
Pickles




Pooch Café




Cornered




Bound and Gagged




Cleats




9 to 5




Red Meat




Baldo




Real Life Adventures




Willy 'n Ethel




PvP




Boondocks




Fusco Brothers




Cathy




Get Fuzzy




Mike Luckovich




Gary Varvel




James

Anna Gregoline | March 2, 2004
I didn't get the Kerry president one. Help? Is it saying, "How much proof do you need?"

I loved the cat ones. So true and so cute.

Thanks, Scott, I always enjoy the round-up!

Scott Hardie | March 2, 2004
It's saying that Kerry is weak on national defense, compared to Bush. (Notice the dove.) Regardless of the politics, I love the look on Kerry's face.

Anna Gregoline | March 2, 2004
I thought that was how he always looks, tee hee!

Anna Gregoline | March 2, 2004
And I find it awfully ironic to say that anyone else would be pushing peace out the window by becomming president! We've had two wars under Bush, one still very very actively ongoing. Not exactly peaceful.


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