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In the fourth episode of the Dubya-Doo series, "maverick" John McCain visits George W. Bush and the gang (Karl Rove, Paul Wolfowitz) to accept the Republican nomination.
Written, Animated, and Voiced by:
Samuel T Nelson
All Music by:
Mitt Romney voiced by:
To see more of the Dubya-Doo series, and other great cartoons by Sam T, visit:
THANKS TO NEWGROUNDS FOR PUTTING THIS ON THE FRONT PAGE!
"I got that elected"
funny flash, as always. i wonder will you continue making them even after he is no longer a president? anyway - good work!
I'm not planning on making another series about the newly elected president (regardless of who it is). In fact, I'm thinking about getting out of political cartoons altogether.
not the best work or ideas I've seen, at all, plus it just seems one sided, and I do support the war in Iraq cause I was over there, and </political sassing> besides key view points that this flash misses from politics, wasn't that funny and the material was dry and cheap. so i give you a 3 to take time out of your life to make a flash, may not be good at all, but still, you made one, and the 7 goes to me for wasting my life watching this.
The next time you have some ideas, make sure that they're funny and actually make sense and you know what you're making fun of, ok?
Not the best review. The next time you decide to write a review, make sure it actually makes sense and follows basic English writing standards. Okay?
It was good, especially the Rush Windbag Character....fat bastard... you should have put the devil giving him a back massage or something... but i think you hit the republican party head on, im one myself and thats pretty much the way we feel
Good jokes, good animation, although I don't think it was as good as the other ones.
I find it hilarious how evilfishtank pointed out that everyone who wanted O'Bama to win was either voting for him because he was black or because they didn't know the issues.
Then a whole bunch of Obama supporters come running with their lame old "WE LIKE OBAMA CAUSE HE WANTS CHANGE"... That's the oldest one in the books.
Everyone who likes Obama because he wants change obviously doesn't know the issues, otherwise they'd say "I like Obama because of his stance of our foreign policy".. Nobody says that because all these idiots know is that he wants to end the war... and thats pretty much all they know.
If you Obama supporters wanted change, then vote Ron Paul. I was talking to an Obama supporter the other day, and I asked them to list the "changes" that they wanted from Obama. Sadly, they could only name one. (The war)
It's pitiful how these people see these candidates on television, then assume right away, that just because they're cute, or because they're a good public speaker, or because they're black, or ANYTHING, that they just go to the ballot without any prior knowledge of the candidates besides one or two of their stances. (It's also really funny whoever said: "A good public speaker is what makes a good president"... HAHA, really? Wow.
If you wanted real change, you should have voted Ron Paul, and you shouldn't take my word for it, you people should research these things.
PS: To anyone who thinks that I care that people won't read this, or people that will tell me to shutup: I have just as much of a right to share my opinion as you do to spread your illiterate backtalk and shouting OBAMA!
Of course everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but you're going to run across some people who don't have all the facts and haven't thought their decisions all the way through. As a result, I don't think you should generalize all Obama supporters, as they're not all the same.
Ron Paul had his chance and lost the nomination, so it makes no sense to ask people to vote for him at this late stage. He has also expressed no interest in running as an independent.
My advice would be to respect everyone's opinion and debate with those who disagree with you in a honest and intelligent manner. You shouldn't belittle someone simply because they hold an opinion that is different than yours as that brings nothing to the table and only encourages antipathy.
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