Friday, April 29, 2011

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I think the birther issue is good for the country. A modern republic needs some simple and unimportant issues to keep its citizens invested in the process. The important issues of our time are far too complicated for the average person  ... .
First, guess who said it. Then go read the whole thing.  

3 comments:

Ken Houghton said...

"The important issues of our time are far too complicated for the average p/e/r/s/o/n/ comic strip writer who hasn't had a new idea in fifteen years."

There. Fixed. And will someone please have Mr. A. checked for a brain tumor?

Buce said...

It's a thought. Wonder how the world would be different if he had quit at the top of his game like Mr. Far Side and Mr. Calvin and Hobbes?

New York Crank said...

Have no fear.Even if Scott Adams goes completely gaga, there will always be an England, which means there will always be royals to fret over.

The news on the teevee this morning was all wedding, all the time, with instant "first kiss" replays.

Personally, I would welcome it if the news media would bypass this frippery for a relatively "intellectual" examination of the ink on our President's birth certificate.

Yours crankily,
The New York Crank