July 13, 2009

David Axelrod looks like Mr. Whipple.



From reader K. Hill.

Is there a political message here?

23 comments:

EDH said...

Mr. Whipple was a hypocrite for squeezing the Charmin, after admonishing his customers not to.

For Axlerod, let's see what happens with taxes, healthcare, cap & graft, etc.

Paul Zrimsek said...

Please don't squeeze the taxpayer. Any more, I mean.

Meade said...

crap and trade

garage mahal said...

The photoshopped Axelrod is gawking at someone's ass. I just know it!

CarmelaMotto said...

I always thought he looked like Wimpy from popeye. Always so tired with those straggly hairs and awful mustache.

"I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today".

Couldn't get a pic to insert...

Original Mike said...

He really knows his shit?

Baron Zemo said...

Ah, dear lady when will you appear in your Titus persona to instruct us in the intricacies of your morning elimination.

It is only right and proper as homage to your celebration of feces.

Ron said...

hmmm...he did say David Brooks' thigh was 'charmin''...wonder what he meant...

Methadras said...

We are getting squeezed alright.

traditionalguy said...

This gag reminds one of Sir Francis Bacon's attitude towards money: Money is like manure. It only has value when it is spread around. Trouble is we wanted to do our own spreading of it around here to our own families and grandchildren instead of all over everywhere to "Grow Global Governance" for someone elses children and grandchildren. Did you know that the noble Ghingis Khan also spread everyone else's money around?

The Drill SGT said...

EDH said...Mr. Whipple was a hypocrite for squeezing the Charmin, after admonishing his customers not to.

For Axlerod, let's see what happens with taxes, healthcare, cap & graft, etc.


Axelrod is the big bait and switch guy in the WH. Having read my hypocritical local WaPo Editorial board opine on Health Care today got me steamed. They said today:

Fortuitously, the most sensible way to pay for expanded coverage -- taxing employer-provided health insurance -- also would help control costs. Taxing wages but not health insurance encourages more generous insurance benefits. Costs go up because there is more demand for services. It's mind-boggling that lawmakers continue to resist tapping this ready source of financing -- and doing good at the same time.

Obama is pushing this approach now, but during the election. Axelrod was running those ads demonizing McCain for suggesting that a revenue neutral shift into taxing employer health care benefits along with a matching deduction on the employee side would shift equation and allow a more portable health care insurance system. Obama was using every appearance to talk about McCain destroying our health care system.

Then my WaPo, wanting Obama to win, castigated McCain... Those sluts. :(

AlphaLiberal said...

Is there a political message here? .

No.

Beldar said...

To me he looks much more like J. Wellington "I'd gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today" Wimpy. Or like someone's stealin' his bucket.

Kirby Olson said...

Communist toilet paper in the East Bloc was very scratch, about the softness of brown lunchbag paper. The nicest thing you could do for a communist family back then was to bring them an 8-pack of Charmin.

It was more effective than years of propaganda. When the wall came down, millions of Germans and Czechs went to the west to get their toilet paper!

Ralph L said...

Crap and Charade.

As long as Axelrod doesn't wiggle his furry ass at us like that little bear....

The Drill SGT said...

Kirby Olson said...
Communist toilet paper in the East Bloc was very scratch,


sort of like French T-paper :

BJM said...

No. Sometimes an asswipe is just an asswipe.

knox said...

Some people just look like who they are.

garrett said...

One looks like Dabney Coleman and the other looks like Nickolaus Cage in any role where he plays a drunk.

Charlie said...

I'd rather have Whipple advising the president.

kentuckyliz said...

Hitlerwhipple

CharlesVegas said...

Ah heck I had him pegged for Joseph Goebbels.

Lexington Green said...

"...I had him pegged for Joseph Goebbels."

That is crossing the line.

Really.

Goebbels was much better groomed.