A truly scary Halloween costume

Leave it to Jason Foxtrot…



  1. #1 coturnix
    October 29, 2006

    What’s scary is that Jason’s dad is correct.

  2. #2 The Ridger
    October 29, 2006

    That’s Jason’s brother – but you’re right, it is scary.

  3. #3 brook
    October 29, 2006

    For Foxtrot to go political though is pretty surprising.

    (to nitpick the other character is Jason’s big brother, not dad.)

  4. #4 coturnix
    October 29, 2006

    Sorry, I have not read comics for about three years now and forgot the cast of characters in Foxtrot (which I used to like a lot back then).

  5. #5 Aerik
    October 29, 2006

    Coturnix: I don’t see how you can’t tell that the character w/o a costume on is about 16 years old. To be Jason’s father, Jason would have to have been born when Peter was 4 or so.

  6. #6 Alison
    October 29, 2006

    Yeah, I was pretty taken aback when I saw that panel today. Foxtrot doesn’t usually go that route, so you know that Bill Amend is just as concerned as a whole bunch of the rest of us. (Unless you’re voting Republican. I understand the glitches with that have all been worked out.)

  7. #7 decrepitoldfool
    October 29, 2006

    The machines have equal-opportunity hackability. Are there more Democrat hackers, or more Republican hackers? Bad idea, no matter what side of the aisle you’re on.

  8. #8 Prup aka Jim Benton
    October 30, 2006

    Alison, while the likelihood is that the Republicans will be doing the hacking, there really are a few Republicans and conservatives who have a sense of honor and decency, One of the first MSM folks that stood up and made a major complaint warning about this — and he’s kept it up all summer — was Lou Dobbs, not your raving lefty. Another was Randy Hedgecock, who sometimes substitutes for Limbaugh. Both were talking about this when the only other place you’d hear about it was BradBlog. (Catherine Crier, who also did several stories on this for Court TV is another.)

    Whenever possible this election, vote by paper ballot — many places give you that option.

    And if there are exit pollers there and they ask you, RESPOND. If there are any dirty tricks, exit polls are good ways of showing them — we’ve even used them in foreign elections to prove there was fraud.

  9. #9 Stogoe
    October 30, 2006

    We should have used the exit polls in Ohio ’04 to show there was vote fraud, but somehow the media didn’t just miss it, they actively worked to smear the entire idea of exit polls being accurate.

    As far as I’m concerned, any Republican who would vote to keep the Rubber Stamp as the majority is worth throwing out.

  10. #10 Joseph Hertzlinger
    October 30, 2006

    Will this election be between Smartmatic and Diebold?

  11. #11 rrt
    October 31, 2006

    Amend isn’t the only cartoonist who hit on this (though obviously he’s the more popular of the two):


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