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Mark Fiore has a new one up that you should view as a cautionary tale. People shouldn’t gloat.

On a much stranger front we have Paul the Spud over at Shakespeare’s Sister talking about the Reptilicon reaction to the new Happy Feet cartoon feature with a link to The Carpetbagger Report coverage of conservative cartoon craziness.

Get a grip. These are children’s cartoons. The commercial cartoons are designed to sell toys and such, not launch a political campaign. If they can hold the attention of a small child for more than a minute and give that child’s parent a moment to relax, they are a roaring success. Having spent most of the last week in the company of a two-year-old I understand what parents are enduring, so I would knight SpongeBob SquarePants if he could provide some peace and quiet, I wouldn’t be questioning his sexuality. And what are these perverts doing watching all of these children’s shows: is The Wheel of Fortune too intellectual for them?


1 Anya { 11.23.06 at 10:31 am }

I love Mark Fiore. I could eat him up.

I should have DemoGlad®, but I’m still suspicious. After all, what’s that saying about being corrupted by being in power? However, maybe it’s just my depression that’s making me pessimistic. I suppose I’ll just have to wait until, say, March 2007 before I can make any judgements.

Meanwhile, it’s just too good to be true.

2 Bryan { 11.23.06 at 10:43 am }

The dumping of the budget on the Democrats show the “bipartisan” spirit they will be dealing with, and they are returning power to the minority, so it will be a mess, but at least there will be two voices heard.