Daily Scribble finishes No. 2 in voting for best Web political cartoon of 2004

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"Though Charles Pugsley Fincher would do well to find a stage name, his daily scribbles are nothing to scoff at. Plain and simple, on lined yellow scratch paper, yet they speak volumes." Jacob Wheeler,

Scribble runs in the opinion section of Flak Magazine.
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Newest Scribble, below. Yesterday's Scribble, Archive: Alberto Gonzales gives context of the torture memos -- Iraqi torture.

George W. Bush says he's heard the voices of the soon-to-be-elected leaders of Iraq and that they want America to stay there -- as helpers, not occupiers. He struck me as being premature in quoting the winners of the election which won't be held until Sunday. Meanwhile, Condoleeza Rice had her first day as secretary of state. She told people as the State Department that Bush has set a bold agenda for them, and that America will stand for freedom and liberty. I think it used to before the Bush administration, but it would indeed be great if America returned to standing for it again. New York Times -- Bush hears voices; New York Times -- Condi calls for bold.


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