Political games kick arse
If only the other people who've left reviews for this game could realise that the reactions they've had to the racism in it are the reason you made the racism a feature.
A few criticisms...
1. In the "how to play" screen Jared can jump, but then you can't jump to avoid getting hit by the running pig. Is that intentional?
2. The music is incredibly repetetive and annoying. I understand that this is to try and keep filesize down by using a loop, but it really does grate. Maybe an off switch for the music?
3. The motion feels very limited. It's probably not necessary to have a wider range of motion for the purposes of this game, but you do feel very restricted with just the horizontal motion, particularly when there visually appears to be a bit of room on the Y axis for Jared to move. You could have easily made it possible for him to have a range of three vertical steps, reverting to the profile view after taking a step up or down.
4. The car that comes down the road drives straight "under" the chicken, when it should probably be running it over.
I also didn't like the illustration all that much. That's a style thing though, and purely an opinion-based comment. The guy on the tractor is drawn in a different style from the rest of the characters, and the health display is dynamic text instead of being graphical like the rest of the written elements, which could be seen as consistency issues.
A few things that make this game a winner (IMO)...
1. I love how each character has a different reaction for each comment Jared can make. His range of comments is a very clever comedic device.
2. The storytelling is really well done, thanks to the above-mentioned feature coupled with good writing for the characters.
3. It's a (reasonably sophisticated) political game, employing satire to make a very strong point!
4. There's at least one interactive element on most screens, making it a lot of fun to play. I enjoyed the scarecrow in particular.
Overall, great work!
To finish on a brief personal note, you might find that Quiet Falls has something to offer along similar lines to this game's political message if you give it the time of day.