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

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The self-proclaimed War President, George W. Bush, addressed the nation from the patriotic backdrop of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, last night. Analysts said he really seemed to be addressing his supporters. One noted that a lot of people had other things to do than watch the speech on a summer evening (smiles on my part). I do wish we could all agree -- yeah, right -- that we can support the troops without supporting Bush. He, of course, tries to tie supporting the troops to supporting him. Here's links to stories on the speech: Washington ; New York ; The text of the speech from Washington

P.S. Regarding posting obvious links, I do them for myself for later use. I once had some cartoons included in a collection a decade after I'd done them. The editor asked me to give the historical background for each. By that time I had to go back and research the background.


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