Beetle Bailey should be cut from newspapers to make room for actually funny cartoons.
A good cartoon.
(And it actually does make sense to use Beetle Bailey to address our needlessly bloated defense budget. If you want to see intransigence borne from familiarity in action, check out the comics page of your local newspaper.)

Beetle Bailey should be cut from newspapers to make room for actually funny cartoons.

A good cartoon.

(And it actually does make sense to use Beetle Bailey to address our needlessly bloated defense budget. If you want to see intransigence borne from familiarity in action, check out the comics page of your local newspaper.)

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    esPECIALLY because the comic originally wasnt even about the military?? Beetle was just come college kid doing wacky...
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    Holy shit, did he actually label Beetle Bailey as “ARMY”?
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    Did Gorrell actually draw that one - or photoshop an existing drawing of Sarge stomping Beetle to look like Hagel? The...
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  11. secotm reblogged this from agoodcartoon and added:
    That’s exactly what I thought when I saw the Rose one. It’s almost perverse how this strip carries on making light of...
  12. agoodcartoon reblogged this from davidessman and added:
    they’ve gone to war in exactly one strip and then went right back to sexist jokes about miss buxley
  13. davidessman reblogged this from secotm and added:
    Both John R. Rose and Bob Gorrell also used Beetle Bailey to show army cuts. Surprising right? I don’t think the Camp...