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Braveheart Republicans

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Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Ga.) said that Republicans should have a Braveheart Moment in regards to the government shutdown and the impending debt ceiling that will come as a result of the House Republicans holding the budget hostage over healthcare. Woo, that was a mouth-full. But I get it, bringing the government to a screeching halt in an attempt to stop people from getting healthcare is similar to fighting and dying for Scotland’s freedom from a treacherous, murdering and raping King. Anyway, I drew Rep. Phil Gingrey as Wallace from Braveheart… wait, maybe he just meant “We’re as crazy as Mel Gibson!”

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Buy Pizza Someplace Else!

John Schnatter, the CEO of Papa John’s, is pretty upset about President Obama’s reelection. He’s convinced Obamacare is going to have catastrophic effects on his business. In order to avoid having to provide health care coverage to many of his employees he’s going to be dropping them to below 30 hours a week. He’s also stated that he’ll be increasing the price of his horrible pizza by about 11 cents. Which leads me to the question, isn’t 11 cents per pizza worth it, if it provides health care for his employees? Schnatter has a net worth of $600 million… I see why he needs to raise his prices. Seriously though, people eat at Papa John’s?

This line came from a satirical letter posted on the Daily Kos.

“Hi, I’m John Schnattner, CEO of Papa Johns, with an important message to my loyal customers.

“Now, as you know, the current Adminsitartion has enacted draconian legislation under the name of ‘Health Care Reform’ designed to crush small business owners such as myself. I had hoped that the American People would see fit to elect a more prudent man willing to obliterate Obamacare on Day One, thus saving businessmen like myself from utter bankruptcy and total anhililation. Unfortunately, that was not to be.

“Since this is the case, I have no other option but to cut my staff and reduce the hours of the employees I retain so that I will not have to pay them the ‘benefits’ demanded by this pernicious legislation.

“But to make this work, friends, I will need your help. Currently, I have enough employees on my payroll to meet customer demand. If I reduce their hours, they will be unable to serve you all and our quality will go down; or they will have to work harder and might concievably demand higher wages, which would be even worse than Obamacare.

“So I am asking you, my loyal Papa John’s customers, to stop buying my pizzas. If we can reduce demand, I won’t need as many employees and I will be able to once again manage my payroll. True, fewer customers means less profit; but the less profit I make, the less of it I have to pay to Obama’s taxes.

“So please, for God’s sake, buy pizza someplace else.

“Thank you.”

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After starting his career as a graphic designer at award-winning studios in New England, Chris accidentally became an illustrator. He’s pretty happy about that. This strange transformation was a result of his daily drawing project that he started in late 2007, in fact he’s still posting a new drawing every day.  Chris holds degrees in Visual Communication Design and Art History from the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford, where he is currently pursuing his Masters Degree in Illustration. He has been the recipient of Gold Awards, Silver Awards, Excellence Awards, Judge’s Awards and the Spirit of Creativity Award from the Connecticut Art Director’s Club as well as BoNE awards from the AIGA and a Silver Award from Gaphis. In addition his work has been published in numerous books and publications including Print Magazine and Communication Arts. His client list includes; Converse, Nike, Chronicle Publishing, Boston Magazine, McDonalds, Scholastic, Harvard Business School Publishing, Warner Music Group, Republic Records.

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