Discussion in 'Politics' started by emilynghiem, Apr 3, 2011.
...on this Cartoon
"It says right here that old people get free viagra on Medicare Plan G."
Okay! I touched it and didn't burst into flames.
"Okay, we passed it, now let's see what's in it."
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Somebody got another merkin catalog.
"I can't stand any more of this, I think I'll go out and face the unions"
Raymond Allen Jackson
British cartoonist JAK (Raymond Allen Jackson, 1927-1997) shows Roy Jenkins, Chancellor of the Exchequer, making a speech to the House of Commons in 1969. Members of the House respond grimly to disclosure of tough budgetary measures including higher taxes and governmental measures to curb unions' wildcat strikes. On the ministers' bench, Labour Party Prime Minister Harold Wilson tells Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart he cannot stand any more and may leave to face the unions. Among England's leading political cartoonists, JAK reportedly became the most highly paid while under contract with the London Evening Standard.
According to my research, farts do not contain lumps.
Guy in the background on the left(with his legs crossed)... "I just farted..."
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