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Raging Pencils by Mike "Lefty" Stanfill

The Family Circus Homicide Advent Calendar, Day Two: Dad kicks the bucket.

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What a Country!

bacon, the gateway meatI live in a country where child-rapists who think they're Jesus are on the loose shooting cops.

I live in a country where the party that sucked our Treasury dry is now complaining that all the money is gone and they can't wait to get their hands on it again.

I live in a country that happily supports genocide if it means ExxonMobil can make an extra dollar in profit.

I live in a country where people who smoked something they grew in their back yard are now in prison for the rest of their lives.

I live in a country where no citizen wants to do the dirty work, yet will openly despise any immigrant who comes here do the dirty work.

I live in a country whose most important product is war.

I live in a country where most people govern their lives with rules from a book they've never actually read.

So of course I'm going to make sick cartoons like the one above. I'm an American.


I also live in a country where an astonishing number of children go hungry every night. So instead of buying that Special 3-D Widescreen Edition BluRay Collector's Box of "She's the Sheriff" how about instead donating that money to a local food bank?

Visit Second Harvest/Feeding America and they'll tell you how.

And thanks.


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Raging Pencils salutes the Mystery Readers of
Gorey, Ireland
Whoever you are, thanks for reading my ghoulish little 'toon.

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The Family Circus Homicide Advent Calendar, Day Two
Caption: Jeffy found Dad 'neath a spray of vellum.
A t-square lodged in his cerebellum.