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"Rule #1: When participating in a gift exchange, make sure to think of the other person and not yourself"

Hello all! I know it's really early, but I wanted to give you a little preview of what I had in mind for Christmas :)

Featuring: Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton

Enjoy!

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I shall be quite frank and direct with my words in order to appropriately convey my meaning behind this message...FUCK POLITICAL CORRECTNESS!!!

Political correctness is the toxic poison which is presently seeping through this country (and this world) slowly killing us all by causing us to break out into fits of utter ignorance and unforgivable stupidity. Mankind truly is a pitiful species. We go from societies rooted in violence fueled by bigotry and prejudice to societies of complacent sheep so afraid of offending people that we cut out our own tongues and drive nails into our skulls to try and drain out all manner of thoughts which might be deemed controversial...metaphorically-speaking of course.

People need to understand that being offended does make you right, and nor does your bruised ego supersede a person's natural-born right to free speech. We all have opinions that we are entitled to. I might not like what your opinion is, but just because I don't like what you say does not mean I have the right to stuff cotton in your mouth and staple your lips shut. The answer to intolerance is education, NOT more intolerance. Censorship of thought is censorship of life...NEVER FORGET THAT!!
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Here's a pic from the very versatile :iconbrohawk:

Saw it and had to put some colors over it. I hope you dig it bro!!

Here's the original linwork...[link]

Thanks again David!!
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Elections matter.
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read about what happen in Syria this days
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An updated version of a sketch I did a while back. First in a series I'm doing.
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Perhaps not the greatest joke ever told, but it nevertheless gets my point across clearly. Not that I have much love for Conservatism either, but having talked to both Conservatives and Liberals and evaluated their respective ideals and values I have to honestly say that between the two of them Liberalism is definitely more deeply rooted in utter foolishness.

As General Patton was supposed to have said, "Politicians are the lowest form of life on the planet...and liberal democrats are the lowest form of politician." It's also worth noting that all the problems this country is presently facing is largely the fault of those political/corporate whores in Washington who's symbolic representation is actually that of a damn jackass (a most fitting representation)! For examples of Liberal incompetence, one need only look at the pitiful (yet very predictable) failure of Obamacare and the current state of Detroit...as well as practically every ghetto and slum in America.

When it comes to arguing Liberal ideals there are three big question which will destroy most arguments from the Left: "Compared to what?" "At what cost?" and "What hard evidence do you have?" I've read jokes on the internet which go on to further poke fun at the illogical nature akin to Liberalism such as it being the haunting fear that someone somewhere can help themselves, and that it is a state of mind in which someone's mind is so open that their brains fall out, and from my experiences talking with a lot of Liberals I'm forced to agree with these quips. It seems the primary problem with Liberalism is that those who partake too heavily of the philosophy are like little children living in a utopian dream world full of political correctness and free government-funded treats; completely blind to the harsh reality of the consequences which are inherently attached to such pipe dream fantasies, blind to the reality that politically correctness is just tyranny with a smile, there are no free rides in life; EVERYTHING comes at a price, and that any government big enough to give you anything you want can also take away everything you have...most particularly your freedom. After all is said and done, Liberalism is basically like logic's retarded cousin. =D
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Apparently, the Obama Administration is testing the idea of continuing the Bush Administration's abusive policies with regard to Executive Privilege and State Secrets. I don't think I can come up with a more apt metaphor than the above.

That's supposed to be Russ Feingold standing in for Elrond, but my drawing isn't very recognizable.
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The relationship between me and Douglas is symbolic of my own internal strife and conflict. It is also symbolic of the overall struggle that many gay and bisexual guys may go through coming to terms with their own homosexuality. The conflict between Douglas and myself is a satire of the conflicts between Heterosexuality and Homosexuality, Homophobia and gay rights, narcissistic vanity and humbleness, Gay Pride and shame about being gay...the story of me and Douglas is just a great big cluster fuck of symbolism wrapped in a cartoonishly-funny shell.

I hope you'll enjoy this and the many more cartoons like this to come. :)
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You know a lot of my comics and cartoons may seem anti-religious (and to a degree they are), but it is not really my intention to bash on any particular religion or its followers. My purpose with comics like this is to divulge tidbits of truth that have long been covered over by years of commercialism and falsehood, but also to teach a valuable lesson about humility to those members of certain religious faiths who are a little too boisterous with their faith.

A big part of why I seem to pick on Christianity so much is that out of all the different religions of the world, Christians have long proven to be the most obnoxious when it comes to their religion. Granted, I'm not talking about all Christians, for some very good friends of mine are Christians, and a major reason why they're my friends is because they don't try and cram their religion down my throat. However there are uncouth, unsavory members of the Christian faith who give the rest a bad name. They are the ones who aren't content with practicing their religion and leaving other people in peace to believe whatever they may or may not. They are the ones who have to get all up in everyone's face and demand special treatment, attention, and rights because they are delusional enough to think their religion is somehow more correct than everyone else. Me being a trickster and heckler by nature, it is in my psychological programming to troll and poke fun at things and people that stir such mischievous passion within me, and when people go about with such arrogance parading their faith around as if it's all the shit that's just like turning on neon signs for me saying, "Willing Victim".

Simply put, if you find my "anti-religious" cartoons offense, you might want to re-evaluate your values and perspective on life, because one of the main points I try to get across (in my own devious fashion) is that if you truly believe in your faith then it shouldn't matter whether or not I make fun of it or how badly I mock it, for if something is truly sacred to you then it should remain sacred regardless of what anyone does to defame it. My other message is that if you don't want people mocking your religion or beliefs, you probably shouldn't be so loose and obnoxious with it. Part of the reason why I don't pick on other faiths as much as Christianity is that the other religions tend to be more reserved (except for Islam and Scientology; which I will get around to making fun of later). Religious people need to remember that their beliefs are just that, THEIR BELIEFS, and those beliefs are often based on myths, fairytales, and inaccurate historical accounts of which their is little irrefutable data to confirm the validity of, and since this is the standard for most all religions, no one's religion is more correct than any other, no one has the right to shove their religion in anybody's face based on their assumptions and preferences, and everyone needs to shut the fuck up, believe what they will, and leave other people the fuck alone. Each to their own. Let people believe whatever they want to believe, and let that be the end of it.

I'll quit picking on people's overzealous religious beliefs when the religious zealots of the world quit giving me ammunition to work with. When you go around trying to push your religion on other people THIS is the kind of thing you can expect to see...also stop being so damn serious. Ain't nothing so sacred that it cannot be mocked, and if you think it is, I'll make it my business to prove you otherwise. :evillaugh:
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