"Pithy, witty, funny and on top of the news. What blogs are to political commentary, the Daily Scribble is to the editorial cartoon. I keep coming back for more." Joshua Micah Marshall, Talking Points Memo.
"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, Utne.com.
SCRIBBLE FINISHES NO. 2 IN VOTING: Voting is over at About.com for best Web cartoon of 2004. Scribble -- with 30% of the vote -- finished number 2 behind winner Jib Jab -- with 33% of the vote. Thanks to everyone who voted for Scribble. Charles Fincher.
Confirmation hearings are near on White House Counsel Alberto R. Gonzales for Attorney General. He got in over his head on the torture issue and is seen in today's Scribble engaging in the odd sport of self-waterboarding. The Washington Post has a story in its online edition today headlined "Gonzales Helped Set the Course for Detainees."
See yesterday's Scribble for the another confirmation cartoon that addresses the Justice Department's recent issue of a new memo calling torture torture and rescinding the old memos. It's purpose is thought to be to provide cover for Gonzales during the confirmation process by getting the issue over with.
Additionally, here is the first Scribble on the Gonzales memo and a second one related to it, both from several months ago.
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