12/26/2006

Mr. Peanut & Himself

Here is a cartoon of what the ontheborderline blogger was doing when he learned that the federal government approved free mental health care...

10 comments:

RPM said...

This is so funny, I had to have the attendants loosen the straps on my straightjack. As a year end bonus, they said they'd up my electroshock voltage.

CANRAC said...

That can't be Luke, he is busy doing research on dropping a subscription to the HSO. Dumb shit says drop the home delivery, buy it at the store. Good plan, too bad it doesn't put a dent into circulation. Who is Luke?

Horace said...

It's the days of whine and nuerosis, over on the dark side of the borderline.

It's interesting how those kids act when they don't get their way and/or someone doesn't dance to their tune.

I would suggest that they start their own weekly newspaper. Evidently there's a huge demand for their side of the story. I guessing that sales would quickly reach into the tens and shortly thereafter drop to five or six. The drop would occur after Luke and Max decided that they didn't need to be a copy for each name they use on their blog.

Boy how those wingnuts squeak when the conservative business operators, i.e., the newspaper, drives down the middle of the road and refuses to drive in their side of the ditch.

Psssttt...it's a free market OTBL.

CANRAC said...

I got a kick out of Kilber "demanding that the public be let known?. Is he nuts and does he totally misunderstand the concept of public/private? Does he not realize the HSO is a private corporation which owes nobody a thing in regard to answers? Does he realize many people don't agree with newspaper opinions or editorials every day, but still continue to read? I've never seen such paranoid and negative losers in my life.

If the HSO was a publicly funded deal, then yes, but for right now they can operate as they please, just like blogs.

Anonymous said...

As with everything else, I'm sure the OTBL'ers are schooled experts in small-town corporate journalism. However, in my travels I've learned that the smaller the town the more a booster the local newspaper.

I saw Keebler's letter last week demanding to know what the policy is. I don't know if he got his answer, but I think it's written on the editorial page somewhere. My guess is the YES group even has a few of their own questions about coverage and policy concerning the HSO.

CANRAC said...

Luke is on a roll today, once again claiming taxpayers should be insulted by the HSO. Funny, I'm a taxpayer, I don't feel insulted. How many others feel insulted? I'm more insulted by the fact I live in the community that Luke lives in. End of the month, med supply must be running low.

Cracker Watcher said...

Don't know about others but I pay taxes too. I glad all these conspirators Keebler
is whining about conspired to make my taxes LOWER!
Keebler, you are a down right IDIOT!!!!!!!to the 10K exponential power.

BTW, My letter didn't get publish in HSO either KEEBLER!

CANRAC said...

Speaking of taxes, mine went DOWN $127, that was with a reassessment. I hope one of those numbskulls gets Luke a med refill quick.

H R Block said...

I think that was a government plot not to release the tax information till after the referendum. They didn't want to make Luke and his klan look too bad.

Anti-Statist Taxpayer Defender said...

I actually checked after the election and before the release of actual tax figures to get an exact amount on my home. The reply I got for not having exact amounts was that the city and county treasurer were waiting for figures from the State. So you see, it was a conspiracy....What did you say the reason was?.. Oh, yes to protect the tax defenders from embarassment by the conspirators and Statists, on the school board, and in City hall, and at HSO, and
of course from Santa's Workshop at the North Pole.