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Branco Cartoon – Matter of Fact


legacyrepublican | January 18, 2016 at 5:45 pm


While I love all of your drawings and their message. I have to say I find this one to be probably the most profound. Well done.

It’s amazing how far we’ve fallen from Dr. King’s dream. Skin color is even more at the forefront of everyone’s mind rather than character. Hell we even have college students DEMANDING to be segregated from other races.

I’m reminded of years ago when the cartoon Boondocks had an episode with a rather controversial speech that MLK might give if he were alive today. It was pretty profound, and I think 100% accurate. I’ve linked it here, just be aware that it’s NSFW:

FYI it’s worth noting that the creator of Boondocks is black.

Hope this one is in contention for best of 2016. As far as I am concerned Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream, and we have a nightmare. Hat tip to Legacyrepublican #welldone , indeed.


#character matters is directed to about a third of our population. Simply astounding how so many people can overlook Clinton’s incredible lack of character and integrity and overbearing arrogance. I know it’s a tiresome meme, but try to imagine the media’s reaction to a Republican with a litany of sins that parallel hers.

    MaggotAtBroadAndWall in reply to gasper. | January 19, 2016 at 11:02 am

    Trump has campaigned on the fact that he donated money to Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid to buy their influence. We don’t have to imagine the media’s reaction to that character flaw. They promote his nomination by giving him tons of air time.

Mr Branco, you knocked this one out of the park!