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Vanity Fair Portrayed GW Bush As ‘Joker’

From the archives of the Vanity Fair:

George W. Bush: Comic-Book Villain?

by Vanity Fair

July 29, 2008

Drew Friedman, the author of The Fun Never Stops, Old Jewish Comedians, and More Old Jewish Comedians, sent us the following visual comment. It is entitled "No Joke."

What a difference a year makes, huh?

(Thanks to Notstuckonstupid for the heads up.)

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Tuesday, August 4th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

6 Responses to “Vanity Fair Portrayed GW Bush As ‘Joker’”

  1. NotStuckOnStupid

    Not to mention the Vanity Fair depiction of BUSH as The Joker.

  2. catie

    Hmmh, but this depection is not “dangerous”. Yeah, right and wasn’t there a number of books and “plays” that discussed the assasination of W? If I put on a “play” about assasinating the messsiah, I’d be put under the jail.

  3. Rusty Shackleford

    But….b-b-but you don’t understand. To depict Bush as evil is correct because those who opposed Bush are intellectually superior and above you and you cannot possibly understand it until they explain it to you.

    To caricature his high holiness as a fictitious, evil player in the movies is clearly wrong and those doing it are against our one world order and the new regime and must be punished.

    (see how easy that is?)

    • JohnMG

      Right up there with cartoons of Muhammad. Downright sacreligious if you ask me. How dare they mock ‘The Won’!

  4. mzmaj7

    Which terrorist leader would Vanity Fair draw as Batman?

    • Liberals Demise

      He is kinda fond of “Fat Boy” Chavez. They could call themselves the, “Demigod Duo.”


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