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Thursday, January 12, 2017 

J. Scott Campbell says he's going to miss Obama

Campbell's just revealed his downside:

Oh, isn't that just wonderful. He just has to give his backing to one of the worst POTUS we've had to endure for 2 terms, and who's bound to continue some of his badness even afterwards. Even some Democrats are becoming disillusioned with him, belated as it is. Some of the respondents voiced their disappointment he was doing this.

What's really weird is that Campbell supported a politician who's more or less on the same side as the SJWs who caused Campbell any number of problems recently. Or, more specifically, the same pro-censorship crowd who were targeting Campbell over peanuts. I'll never understand why people who've had problems with Wertham-ites stick firmly with the kind of people who're willing to throw them under the bus. Doing so can actually hurt their positions.

I think Campbell's a talented artist, but he's making himself look ridiculous after his prior experience with SJWs, not seeming to recognize that a lot of them come from the same political side that he's taking, and shouldn't be on if they won't give him backing.

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Rick Remender posted this on his Twitter account (‏@Remender) on Jan. 10, 2017:

"Thank you @BarackObama the greatest @POTUS in my lifetime. Grace, intellect, philosophy and temperament you're a hero and a true inspiration."

He's also anti-Trump and supportive of Bernie Sanders according to his timeline.

I really like his works but he's been letting his political views bleed into his more recent works (like Seven to Eternity). Disappointing.

By the way, look at what happened to artist/creator Mitch Breitweiser (@mbreitweiser).

On Jan. 08, 2017, he tweeted this message (with his own drawing of Mr. Trump): "Congratulations President-elect @realDonaldTrump. I wish you the very best in your effort to Make America Great Again for ALL Americans."

A few days later, he tweeted on Jan 11, 2017: "Flabbergasted that so many peers that I thought were my friends have left over a difference of opinion. Self-deportation really does work."

Yeah, those moonbats writers/artists ditch this guy just because of one tweet.

We can't miss Obama or Clinton if they won't leave.

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