My 1st Presidency

My 1st Presidency

This would’ve been great if I’d finished it a week or so ago. Alas, I’m a little late to the party, and while my cartoon doesn’t really add anything of significance to this particular topic of conversation, I found the image irresistibly funny. Hopefully you will, too.

The events depicted in the photographs include 9/11, Bush being informed of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, that guy who threw his shoes at Bush, and assorted caskets coming back from the war. Also, the half-eaten pretzel refers to the time Bush reportedly choked on one, in case anybody out there forgot about that.

In a way, I can understand Bush’s difficulty in being asked to name the “worst moment” of his disastrous Presidency–after all, how could anybody possibly choose just one?

The next cartoon’s already almost done, so it should be up right away. Stay tuned.

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4 Responses to “My 1st Presidency”

By » RandomEngy (November 27th, 2010 at 8:04 pm)

I like it! The stink lines are a nice touch.

By » LagomorphMan (November 28th, 2010 at 8:44 am)

While it’s an overall good cartoon, my favorite part is actually the roll-over text. Nice Calvin and Hobbes reference!

By » Jesus, the God of Bush (December 1st, 2010 at 11:20 pm)

If this is what Bush considers his worst moment in presidency, I wish I could see the look of his face when someone told him his presidential successor was the first African-American president in America.

LOL! I found this to be hilarious!
I thought the exact same thing when I heard it, too.

Haha, like what you did with “presidensy.”

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