I think that pretty much sums it all up.
You may have seen Japanese illustrator Mizumaru Kawahara and his comical-style illustrations on Japanese magazine covers, or illustrated film reviews. He also illustrated the book Young Adult U.S.A. and is a self-proclaimed Star Wars fan. So it was only appropriate that he created this adorable and playful tribute to the U.S.A on the 4th of July.
ETA: If you’re the type of person to get offended by these, please be good enough to fuck off. Thanks.
Oh, the coolest covers ever. These are so delightful, and there are more at the provided links.
As always, artists are at the forefront of the latest Tiny Tyrant Total Fuck Up, brilliantly skewering Trump’s idiotic, uniformed, grossly mistaken decision to withdraw from the Climate Accord. Apparently, Trump asked “at what point do they start laughing at America”, being utterly oblivious to how people have viewed this lost country since his campaign and election. Ever the Fucking Idiot.
You can see more of Marian’s shiny skewering here.
You can see more of Vasco’s work here.
You can see more of Ose’s work here.
You can see more of David’s extremely sharp work here.
You can see more at Raw Story.
Kellyanne Conway is back on the airwaves, insisting that the new “healthcare” is not Trumpcare, no, no, no.
Conway, however, pushed back and said that Trump’s name didn’t belong on the bill.
“It’s the American Health Care Act, and I think it’s aptly named that for this reason,” she explained.
So…we went from Affordable to American. Pretty much declares the intent to leave most Americans without any healthcare whatsoever. If you wander over to congress.gov, you will see this: H.R.1275 – World’s Greatest Healthcare Plan of 2017. Yep. The Greatest in the whole world! I’m surprised it isn’t H.R.1275 – World’s Greatest Bestest Bigliest Yuuugest Smartest Healthcare Plan of 2017. (Not the same as the American Health Care Act, but still, the fact that it isn’t satire, oh…)
There isn’t enough mockery in the universe for that one.
I’ll call it Trumpcare if you want to, but I didn’t hear President Trump say to any of us, ‘I want my name on that.’ It’s not about branding according to someone’s name. This is serious business.”
Oh, so the king of branding himself doesn’t want to brand something. Right. The sheer duplicity of republicans is overwhelming. Who was it who started the whole Obamacare thing? Oh, yes, republicans.
Via Raw Story.
ETA: There’s now a shift to remove Trump from Trumpcare altogether, and shift all the blame onto Ryan.