Make Mine Freedom
An interesting political cartoon from the guys who brought you
, Hanna and Barbera.
Posted By: mdb777 -
Fri May 08, 2009
More weirdness from the WU archive:
The Miss U.S. Television Pageant, 1950
The Husband Detector, 1947
How lace curtains helped win World War II, 1944
I'm not going to get into a political debate on here, that's not what this is for.
Do I find this cartoon to be weird? No, not in the sense that you may think.
Posted by mdb777 on 05/08/09 at 12:32 PM
national pride has wained so much, it's sad really. yeah i know df we're the bad guys, that's why they blowed us up.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 05/08/09 at 10:07 PM
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 05/08/09 at 11:02 PM
To be fair, I think all mdb wanted to show was how weird it is that Hanna Barbera was tied to this political message when the rest of their offerings were mostly generic kids fare with little to no political leanings.
That said, I thought it was a great little cartoon, if a bit biased.
Posted by Nethie on 05/08/09 at 11:40 PM
On the nose Nethie, but I don't want to discourage debate. I'd just rather keep my personal politics to myself.
I love these old political cartoons and don't be surprised if i post some more.
Posted by mdb777 on 05/09/09 at 09:14 AM
thanks for the intellegent response dumbfounded. i just could not form one that suited me. it's tiresome to be verbally beaten down as a country when other places in the world commit atrocities daily and a blind eye is turned.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 05/09/09 at 07:15 PM
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