F̶i̶l̶i̶b̶u̶s̶t̶e̶r̶ FullOfBluster

Bosch Fawstin is an Eisner Award-nominated cartoonist currently working on a graphic novel, The Infidel, featuring the anti-jihad superhero, Pigman. The first two chapters are now available in digital comic book form. Bosch’s first graphic novel is Table for One. He is also the author of ProPiganda: Drawing the Line Against Jihad, a print companion to The Infidel.


If Chuck Hagel is so bad that Republicans felt they had to make history by filibustering his appointment to be Secretary of Defense, then how many Republicans will still vote to confirm him?

How many Republicans understand that someone who is working towards “fundamentally transforming the United States of America” is someone who fundamentally rejects the United States of America?

Does Chuck Hagel understand that if he were truly worthy of being Secretary of Defense, Obama would never have chosen him?

Hagel is a very questionable character, but it looks like some Republican Democrats like John McCain and Lindsay Graham are prepared to throw in the towel and give Obama what he wants. We’ll see.

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  • silver gonzales

    Democrat and Republican career politicians, diplomats, fonctionaries,,, have all made their decision or rather taken their decision from someone else.

    Salaries, pensions, gratifications, gifts, benefits come before the USA and the common people whom they both despise

    • ltcdmward

      Senator McCain. Draws a full military retirement, social security, and has a spouse that is apparently worth tens if not hundreds of millions. And then there's the Senatorial salary. I wonder what he could/would do with his life if he wasn't a Senator and apparently getting some kind of satisfaction dictating to the rest of us. Except for the military retirement, also see Pelosi, Kerry, and I am sure many others who ride their hobby horses — us.

  • davarino

    What the hell is going on here? Have I just had an aneurysm, or are McCain and Graham the biggest sellouts in history? Can anyone in the RNC explain to me what the hell you are doing? Is there some top secret plan you have up your sleave that you will play at the right time in the future? Will this plan save us all from destruction, or is it designed to enslave us all? Why is there no opposition to the democrats and their rush to "fundementally change America".

  • Cat K

    I know, Davarino. Where's Superman with his "truth justice and the American way?" Superman converted to Islam and/or changed genders. You and I are left be the heroes.
    I dream, I pray, there is some plan by those with more resources and power than I have to stop this.
    I have not yet seen any signs of this. But, I can assure you McCain &Graham are no heroes and are no different than Democrats.

  • Ar'nun

    Once again Mr. Fawstin knocks it out of the park.

    "someone who is working towards “fundamentally transforming the United States of America” is someone who fundamentally rejects the United States of America?"

    This brilliant quote should be forever engraved in history.

    • jerome

      yes good one!

      • atthebeach

        (. .If Mr. Fawstin makes/allow them; I will have it on mine.)

    • atthebeach

      Agree; and am trying to figure out if this will fit on a bumper sticker. . .or are there enough 'big bumpers' to accommodate. . .

  • Indio Viejo

    McCain, Graham, Cantor, and the rest of the RINO's sold out a long time ago. Blessed be the TEA party.

  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    The Repubs are clueless, and go along to get along, an American disaster. They threaten, but mostly cave. As such, there is little doubt that the Radical-in-Chief will exert his will, one way or another.

    Regardless of their spinning, they have yet to make the regime pay for Fast & Furious and Behnghazigate. Therefore, they can hardly be expected to stop any of his anti-American nominations – http://adinakutnicki.com/2013/02/13/is-the-republ

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel – http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

  • pierce

    That is all Obama is, BLUSTER. HE LIKES TO MAKE IT SEEM LIKE HE KNOWS WHAT HE IS DOING, AND HE GOES WITH THE HELP OF THE MAIN STREAM MEDIA.
    An interesting first paragraph from AdinaK, except I don't think the Repubs are clueless, naiveté maybe, but not clueless.

    • Jeff Bargholz

      Pierce,

      you absolutely DO know that the Republicans are clueless.

  • jerome

    the usa is for sale!
    no dhimmis allowed to bid though, only radicals who are welcomed with open arms and
    deeply bowed backs.
    that infamous genuflection to the kings of saudi arabia said it all.

  • JacksonPearson

    Lots of talk and theater in Washington, but that's about it.
    In the end, the Pubs will fold like a cheap deck of cards.

  • elishawah

    If the foundations be destroyed,what can be done to save the good old U.S.A? The destroyer is hard at work.Balak asked Balaam,What can I do to destroy and curse this Hebrew nation.Balaam said simple,just destroy their laws,and then pervert them,and make them drunk with the media.

  • Jeff Bargholz

    "How many Republicans understand that someone who is working towards “fundamentally transforming the United States of America” is someone who fundamentally rejects the United States of America?"

    How many people understand that, period? I'm glad the FPM crew have finally come around. I guess four years of President Erkel was enough to make any polite conservative a hard punching realist.

    "Does Chuck Hagel understand that if he were truly worthy of being Secretary of Defense, Obama would never have chosen him?"

    Obviously not but he wouldn't care even if he did. He's a career scumbag who entered public service to serve himself and oppose his constituents. He seems more than eager to follow the Obama doctrine of aiding our enemies and harming our allies.

  • Len_Powder

    "Hagel is a very questionable character, but it looks like some Republican Democrats like John McCain and Lindsay Graham are prepared to throw in the towel and give Obama what he wants."

    I think McCain and Graham wanted to score some political points for themselves or they managed to get something of value from Obama in exchange for dropping their opposition. The point being tht they are not principled enough or care enough about the country's future to oppose an obvious incompetent for a crucial office.The Republicans have been revealing their true colors and character since Obama was elected in 2008 and even more so since 2012. They are cowards, opportunists, interested only in staying in power and retaining their office. We have immoral and dishonest people undermining us and the country every day. Our experiment with a democratic republic has ended in failure. The government has been autocratic for a number of years and is transitioning into tyrannical although the mask the despots will wear will belie what they are really doing. They can no longer be trusted except for a very few.