Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Need A Cartoonist

Ron from Michigan shared this message:

Do you know a good cartoonist or anyone who knows one? I had a 'vision' this morning of a couple of cartoons.

The first was an American patriot standing with one foot on the chest of a citizen on his back on the ground with both feet and hands flailing up in the air. The voice balloon on the citizen is saying, "But I don't
WANT to know the truth!" The patriot is wearing an open jacket with a T-shirt underneath that says, "Give me liberty or give me death." In the pocket of the jacket is a book titled 'IRS code'. Tucked under his
left arm is a book titled 'Creature from Jekyll Island' clutched against a notebook titled 'Real ID Act'. In his right hand is an oversized red pill labeled 'Freedom to Fascism' (and possibly 'loose change'
underneath). The pill is being forced into the citizen's mouth. The voice balloon on the patriot is saying, "Take this, you wimp! We need all the help we can get if we are going to save this country!"

The second cartoon is of a raging judge at his bench with gavel raised. His balloon says, "You have not paid us! You're guilty!" Peeking out from behind him with wide eyes are a couple of guys labeled IRS and DOJ. In front of the bench is Ed Brown. His balloon says, "But I can't find a law that says I have to pay and they won't show me one!" The jurors are in the jury box saying, "if we have to pay, you have to pay."

We could probably get services like Rense, Worldnet Daily or American Free Press to publish them.

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Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

Both ideas get my support. Thumbs up!

10:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Contact the guys over at News Target. I bet Mike Adams would be all over this story and he is friends with a great cartoonist. http://www.NewsTarget.com/

They already do alternative cartoons to expose a lot of gov BS.

11:24 AM  



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