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Branco Cartoon – That Was Then

Branco Cartoon – That Was Then

This Is Now

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The one on the right should be running downhill for a number of symbolic reasons…

DINORightMarie | April 29, 2015 at 8:19 am

(First impression: the MLK Jr expression should be one of sadness mixed with anger, IMHO…..)

Brilliant, as always Mr. Branco!!! 😀

PoliticiansRscum | April 29, 2015 at 9:20 am

MLK was wrong, period. The color of one’s skin is the ONLY important human characteristic in America today.

Insufficiently Sensitive | April 29, 2015 at 9:29 am

Branco has nailed it again.

Corrections needed to the statue on the right to make it more accurate [not politically correct, but accurate]:

1. Need to show underwear with jeans hanging low on ass.
2. Need to show tats on arms … or everywhere.
3. Need to show at least one gold tooth.
4. Need to show drug paraphernalia bulging from pockets.

LukeHandCool | April 29, 2015 at 1:40 pm

Most of the Brat Pack attended Santa Monica High School.

My fellow alumni Robert Downey Jr. and Rob Lowe have moved in a conservative direction over the years.

Sean Penn and the rest? Just as dumb as ever. My friend’s younger brother had a few classes with Charlie Sheen and dubbed him the stupidest person he’d ever met. I talked to Sean Penn once and there was nobody home inside his skull.

Good on Robert for pulling the plug on the interview.

Sammy Finkelman | April 29, 2015 at 2:42 pm

This isn’t a civil rights movement, it’s a criminal rights movement.

DINORightMarie | April 29, 2015 at 3:52 pm

You know, the only positive thing I can think of after all this rioting and threats of more (see Drudge’s link about NYC):

This is what got Nixon elected in a landslide in 1968.

I know, today does not have the moral makeup of that era’s population, of the culture, of that time (hippies included). But the majority of people today are DISGUSTED with the breakdown since 2008 of our country.

The questions, in my mind……

-is our election system too far gone, too corrupted (especially since so many illegals are getting voter registrations when they get their SSNs and driver’s licenses)?
-will we nominate someone Conservative who will help get us back on track, recovering and restoring our Constitutional Repubic?
-will the GOP nominate a RINO and kill turnout, thus guaranteeing another Dem POTUS?
-will people get out and vote – or be able to freely vote, in 2016 (the NBPP thuggery of 2008 comes to mind…)?

Lord, help us!

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