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Faber-Castell India Ink Pens
(air-brushing through computer)

I did this political cartoon (20 years ago) in response to 
the rampant attack on the American Family and the
once thriving Middle Class. I was making a comment on how thanks to 
taxation and gross waste by the government the Middle Class was shrinking. 

*Seems like some things NEVER change!*

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Jakeukalane|Hobbyist Digital Artist
that is trump? excuse my ignorance.
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TADASHI-STATION|Professional General Artist
Actually no, this cartoon was done 20 years ago when Bill Clinton was in office,
I brought this cartoon up because it looks like another Clinton will soon be in office.  
The figure in the cartoon stands for ultra-liberalism, it was inspired by Ted Kennedy.
*Haha  I see, visually, how it could be mistaken for Donald Trump.*
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JakeukalaneEdited |Hobbyist Digital Artist
ultra-liberalism in what terms? like liberalism of extreme right economic*? or liberalism of ideals, like being atheist/open to new way of thinking?

thank you for replying.

I don't like trump at all but I am worried about syria if Hillary reaches the White House, she woul start to fund even more to those groups that are very close to al qaeda and behead kids...

yeah, as it was something coming up again, I thought in trump because is a figure I believe have long history in USA, I have seen years ago in Simpsons...

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TADASHI-STATION|Professional General Artist
hmmm NO! This gets tricky because each country's view on liberalism is different.  
I should have said American Liberalism or Modern Liberalism:

*It's good to look at the paragraphs under: 
Modern Liberalism and Modern Conservatism as Sociologies (scroll down)
especially paragraphs five and six!*
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