That about sums it up, as do the rest of the questions in the comic’s poll.
Wiley has a talent for making an ordinary comic strip stand out as a political statement.
He consistently throws little zingers like the above into the strip.
I think most people in the U.S. know what is going on, they just don’t know how to fix the system that is broken. We’re on the cusp of something very big.
I’d laugh if it weren’t so maddeningly accurate about the way politics is often reported in this country.
That about sums up the way I vote. It’s why, as a fiscal conservative, I rarely vote Republican.
I’d still advise laughing – if nothing else it’s more fun than crying.
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