So many. And yes, they’re all stupid.
Obama could get more done if he didn’t have to waste his time dealing with grandstanding conservatives, including the things conservatives actually want done.
A “do you even know what you want, Republicans?” cartoon.
Conservatives having been denigrating Michelle Obama as ‘mannish’ for years because they think her upper arms are too-thick. For Branco’s purposes this dovetails with Obama’s weakness of not bombing someone.
Penis is the new birth certificate.
(Also, if you need to label the person you’ve drawn, perhaps you should reconsider your ability to draw caricatures.)
I like the fact that yesterday’s Dry Bones post was liked by a Pro-Israel Tumblr who’s name is actually ‘proisrael.’
Because he is.
Is McKee saying that the conservative groups deserve to be targeted for audits and investigations?
If so, a good cartoon.
Has there been any explanation given why the New Testament needed four gospels? Nevermind the contradictions, why was it deemed necessary to tell Jesus’ life four different times instead of in one text?
My guess is it was a political move, different factions rallying to have their version included else they’d branch off to do their own thing.
The four Gospels were actually written for 4 different audiences, Matthew for the Jews, Mark for the Romans, Luke for the Greeks, and John for the Gentiles. Four Gospels also is a way of showing how important Jesus’ life was.
Four different audiences? That makes the Bible seem… parochial. Intended only for the people of that time period and not after. If this is the divinely inspired word of God why isn’t it timeless? (Or consistent?) Why isn’t it just one truth, one singular narrative?
And as someone else pointed out you have the other gospels that weren’t included, so I don’t see how these four gospels indicate the importance of Jesus’ life (not important enough to get the details right, though; yes I am harping on the contradictions).