3 November, 2009

Cartoon by Josh

Posted by Socrates in cartoons, jOsh in Kentucky, Socrates at 10:46 am | Permanent Link

Welcome back, Josh. (By the way, readers, Brutus will also return).

Josh

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  7. 11 Responses to “Cartoon by Josh”

    1. Blackshirt Says:

      I like Josh’s artistic style… good stuff!

    2. zoomcopter Says:

      Jewish psychology 101! Should be printed in every newspaper, in America and Newsweek, too!

    3. Brian Gareth Says:

      Funny … because it’s true.

    4. old dutch Says:

      “Jewish Psychology 101!” The best title for an editorial cartoon goes to Mr. Zoom Copter.

      Keep up the good work Josh.

    5. Ein Says:

      Hey, that’s really great. And right on the money too!
      It’s exactly right.
      I’m generally critical of cartoons, but this is a good one.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Excellent cartoon! I especially like the fish-faced, Semitic-looking psychologist. But I have just one critical observation to make….In real life, the colored girl would also rather play with a White doll. Deep down, they don’t like being Black.

    7. Martin Says:

      Great work Josh, you have talent !!

    8. Ein Says:

      “In real life, the colored girl would also rather play with a White doll. “

      True. Maybe this one is a disturbed child.
      But that’s just fine with him! He prefers them that way.

    9. abc Says:

      It’s really good. Sometimes a cartoon such as this has far more impact than a long, argumentative, text.

    10. Tim McGren Says:

      {Sometimes a cartoon such as this has far more impact than a long, argumentative, text.}

      Please, someone tell that to New America and Adam!

    11. Truthteller Says:

      Political cartoons are the most powerful propaganda.