received an email from a Raging Pencils visitor who took
the position that my cartoons
were actually middle-of-the-road, politically speaking,
rather than "left", or far left for that matter.
I think she has a point though I'm confused by all this
crappola. After all, why is the idea of arming every
citizen with a gun a conservative idea? That's as bizarrely
as one can get.
So just to make it clear, here's where I stand on the
Religion: Moderates accept all religions.
Liberals think the Flying Spaghetti Monster is the bee's-knees.
Abortion: Conservatives think it should be illegal.
Moderates think it should be the final option. Liberals
Guns: Moderates think everyone should have the option
of owning a gun. Conservatives think everyone should
be required to own a gun. Liberals want to move to Sweden.
think it's genetic. Moderates think it's fine as long
as it's kept
it until they're caught at it.
been pondering this odd idea of mud-genesis
lately and I wonder what the process might have looked
I been there to witness it. Would the mud-person
(And you're a Mud Person, too, if you believe this
instantaneously transformed from humble dirt into
a living, breathing human
or would each grain of sand, silt and worm-poop have
laboriously altered its structure, atom-by-atom,
connective tissue and assorted cable-ready meat?
Considering that Yahweh supposedly snapped his fingers
and created the whole of creation why didn't He
simply abracadabra humans into existence, too? This
mud-into-man story reveals nothing but historic man's
grasp of biology. In essence, it's first century
science fantasy offered as comfortable, easy-to-swallow