As Progressives continue to implode before our eyes, political posters keep getting better and better. I have the proof right here.
This Bookworm Beat doesn’t have a huge collection of illustrations but what it has are damn fine. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll laugh some more.
I’ve been paying bills and taxes, and plowing through Hillary’s What Happened? — and I’m really not sure which task is most distasteful. All I do know is that I managed to miss one of Hillary’s best moments in the early chapters of her book. You see, when she started in on literary analysis, my brain said “Academic virtue signaling,” and promptly guided my eyes to the next paragraph. Had I focused harder, I would have caught this gem of totalitarianism:
And while I’m at it, here are two more Hillary gems, followed by several other amusing and insightful posters and cartoons:
Between Antifa riots, Act II of the Civil War (the famous Battle Against The Statues), and the Arpaio pardon, there’s a lot of good material here.
It’s another superb illustrated edition, with thought-provoking posters about politics, social issues, and foreign policy. You won’t want to miss it.
This is first and foremost an illustrated edition post except . . . before you even look at these posters, please read Victor Davis Hanson’s “Regime Change by Any Other Name?” It’s phenomenal. And now the pictures:
A delectable illustrated edition tracking today’s insanity. This particular edition is dedicated to Caped Crusader, may he rest in peace.
The great thing about the Leftists’ continuing mental breakdown well into the third week of President Trump’s administration is that they contribute endless material to great political posters. Looking at these posters, no wonder I’m viewing every day of the Trump presidency as better than any birthday. He’s imperfect, of course, but he’s so much better than I expected and living so deeply inside the Progressive psyche that I can only think that America may indeed have a good angel watching over her.
And yes, I know that the increasingly frenzied calls to have President Trump impeached, institutionalized, or — God forbid — assassinated are very disturbing and should make every American vigilant. However, the short-term offsetting benefit of this mental breakdown is that ordinary people are growing disgusted with the Democrat party and its shoddy, divisive principles. So, while the good times are rolling, sit back and enjoy some funny, insightful, and possibly disturbing political posters:
I’m finding the Trump presidency exciting, the Leftist breakdown amusing, and the political posters delightful and insightful (and, some, “inciteful” too). I think you’ll get a kick out of these:
To begin, a reminder that, because patriots of old were willing to spend an unusually cold Christmas day in 1776 crossing an ice-filled river, hiking on freezing country roads, and fighting, all while ill-clothed and ill-shod, America got the best Christmas gift of all: LIBERTY.
And now back to our regularly scheduled political snark and celebration:
Legal work precluded me from blogging today, but I have some ideas for the rest of the evening. Meanwhile, as a warm-up act, a few clever political posters.
It’s time for the posters covering everything from the election to Castro’s death to the normal foolishness from the Left. I’ve got a bumper crop of 35 posters here that I know you’ll enjoy.