Political Cartoons: That Sinking Feeling

How could a President who started off so strong and well…

That Sinking Feeling

…end up so lame and incompetent?

About Stushie

I'm originally from Scotland and have been a Presbyterian pastor for over thirty years. I live in Knoxville, TN. I enjoy art as a means of therapy, but also as a creative way to strengthen my spiritual connection to God.
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2 Responses to Political Cartoons: That Sinking Feeling

  1. Shirley Stanford says:

    Because “Americans” like you saw a vulnerable President when we went to war, which dims were yelling for just like Republicans, and in typical liberal, unfair and hateful fashion, you saw a target and went after him with lies and half-truths and accusations that did nothing but hurt the country. I wonder how things would have been for the last 8 years if ALL Americans had supported him?

    In my opinion, it’s people like you who have caused the beginning of the downfall of America.

  2. stushie says:

    Shirley, I voted twice for Bush in the hope that he would turn out to be a great leader. I was wrong. In this present financial crisis, he is woefully short of what a president at a time like this should be.

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