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Saturday, November 08, 2014 

More comments by liberal comics writers for election week

Here's some more tweets by a few comics writers/artists for this week of the election to Congress. For example, at least 3-4 by Phil Hester, both pre and post:

I guess he's not thanking the GOP for noting how the Dems would like to spy even on their own.

What does he expect when the Dems let everybody down? Don't blame the folks who supposedly didn't vote, at least not exclusively.

You're telling me. I thought it was hard out there for folks with a conservative arts education! Libs seem to have it easy. Just ask Mike Baron, who's all but blacklisted these days.

What about the disrespect Judeo-Christians receive from leftist advocates these days? Oh, and Phil, before you start defending Hilary, you might want to check what she did in the past, all to advance her career. Doesn't that bother you? I can't remember if Hester retweeted this past message by Matthew Sturges, but if he's got no issue with Hilary's alarming apathy for a victim of sexual assault, then he had no business retweeting it, if he did. Now for some more by Ron Marz, whom we can always count on to be as leftist as he possibly can:

And the Dems didn't overplay theirs with the immigration issues, among other aggravating topics?

But no worries about George Soros, right? Only the Koch brothers could possibly be a nuisance for him. Next, at least one by Mark Waid:

I guess he doesn't care about the comics he writes, only about politics. Poor fellow, he really has lost himself in an issue he'd do better to avoid. He honestly would do well do just stay out of the political field. Then, there's Patrick Zircher, who makes a semi-related comment about two of USA's worst presidents:

Sigh. He considers Carter a great politician after the disaster he allowed to take place in Iran when the Ayatollah took over in late 1979? And how is a president whose healthcare and economic policies, not to mention his failure to deal properly with the disaster in Benghazi, a worthwhile politician either? He certainly isn't a responsible one, that's for sure. It's politicians who only care about themselves that Congress - and particularly the public voting for them - doesn't get along with.

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He's just means the 'liberal arts,' nothing implied in that one.

Keep 'em comin', Avi. I knew Waid wouldn't disappoint. Just another example of a collection of people living in a bubble, who can't fathom their worldview isn't the majority.
Hope you were able to capture the reaction of some conservative or non-liberal creators, if they weren't worried it may cost them their job.

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