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  • Corduroy Rocks||

    What? No machine that goes "PING"?

  • Art-P.O.G.||

    Not bad. A solid B.

  • @||

    So many medical metaphors, so little time.

  • smartass sob||

    Clever, I suppose - but not really funny.

  • Tomcat1066||

    Better than most.

  • Mike in PA||

    Very nice. Much better than average.

  • Anonymous||

    It's not a death machine, it's simply a machine which causes death.

  • Mango Punch||

    BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  • ||

    The white lab-coat on the black anthropomorphized elephant is racist.

  • Xeones||

    Is that how those machines work? I feel absolutely nothing toward this cartoon, which i guess is better than the usual confused rage Friday Funnies tend to bring out in me.

    Also, Team America is racist.

  • ||

    Wishful thinking maybe? Trying to invent your own reality?

  • ||

    A friend of mine had a modest proposal yesterday.

    What if every Republican in the House co-sponsored a bill that was identical to Obama's health plan, with one caveat: The bill triggers one year after passing and only if Medicare "waste and fraud" is reduced to the tune of $200B. Don't meet the goal? The bill becomes fishwrapping.

  • ||

    Instead of rebooting, shouldn't he be warming up the paddles? It's like this guy has never watched one of the gazillion hospital shows on TV these days.

  • ||

    At last, a Friday Funny you don't have to hunt for the humor in. Not that it made me laugh. But still a comparative triumph for Stantis.

    Somewhat Funny
    Fully Relevant
    Solid Artwork
    Grade: B-

  • ||

    I like that proposal, FrBunny.

    Save first, then spend.

  • Rich||

    FrBunny (and R C Dean), I also like the proposal. That technique of tying the "reward" of implementation to the act of really fixing problems should be widely used.

    Think this'll make it through the President's open door?

  • ||

    $200 billion?

    Make it impossible to meet, say $10 billion.

  • ||

    "This machine kills taxpayers"

  • ||

    The $200B was based on what Obama claims he can cut without breaking a sweat. You're right though, even $10B would never happen.

  • Hobo Chang Ba||

    Uh - why is he pressing reboot on the monitoring device instead of whipping out the AED? Kinda doesn't make any sense at all.

  • Paul||

    Uh - why is he pressing reboot on the monitoring device instead of whipping out the AED? Kinda doesn't make any sense at all.

    Now I think you're beginning to get Obama's healthcare plan.

  • ||

    exactly, obama is clueless when it comes to fixing anything and even if he knew what he was doing he would only try and make it look like he was trying to save it.

  • ||

    $10 billion would be as easy to find as the now 1 million jobs the stimulus created

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  • abercrombie milano||

    The $200B was based on what Obama claims he can cut without breaking a sweat. You're right though, even $10B would never happen.

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