Peter | Hollison, MA | August 21, 2017
Re Sunday's strip. Either GBT is clairvoyant, or he's waiting until the very last minute to turn in his homework. I prefer to believe the latter. The hated Yankees did beat the Sox on Saturday night ...and there was some sort of protest on the Common.
Victor Field | London, UK | August 20, 2017
Austin over at TrumpFacts is looking a lot less cheerful than usual in today's strip.
Harm Prins | Huizen, NETHERLANDS | August 20, 2017
Again, great timing. How do you do it?
John Ghalt | Anchorage, AK | August 16, 2017
So now, in the aftermath of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, Honey is a "hooligan." I'd say this is a case of "the pot calling the kettle black" (as if Honey ordered the tanks and the shootings).
Edward Cherlin | Columbus, IN | August 14, 2017
Re: "Checking in?" Yes, sir, and don't you want to schedule a conference room for your people's meeting to collude with the President's family and staff?
OVER MY HEAD
Mike | NEW JERSEY | August 08, 2017
Monday's strip went over my head. Today I recognized the reference to the Exxon Valdez and Captain Hazelwood. You have to be a certain age to remember that.
Tuatha | Donegal, IRELAND | August 07, 2017
The scariest aspect of the Retro Rerun daily cartoons that have been running the last few years is how relevant they are to yesterday, today and tomorrow. Apart from the occasional name, the SNAFUs and quotidian idiocies are the same. SAD...for the the future, if any.
Edward Cherlin | Columbus, IN | August 06, 2017
Nailed it! Bill Kristol predicted Elmo and Alice's "pre-existing addiction" (and that of the rest of the 22 million people Mark refers to) way back in 1993 when it was about Hillarycare. That makes two things that I know of where Kristol has been right, even if for the wrong reasons. The other is Never-Trumpism.
Bruce | Saginaw, MI | August 05, 2017
After Election Night and the Inauguration, I told myself I would sit back and be entertained by the Trump presidency, without raising my blood pressure since he was duly elected. The perspective of GBT's Sunday strips, well-timed Classics, "Say What?" quotes, and Roland's tweets have helped. However, after only six months -- I'm not sure the country or I can survive four years of it.
Mal Adapted | US of A | August 04, 2017
The Classic re-runs are fun, but your unique talent is highlighting the "clear and present" political danger while making now funny. I'm always relieved to see you on the front line again.
Donna Christopher | Lucerne, CA | August 03, 2017
Squeee!! Thanks for the morning kicker of Ray Benson and Asleep At The Wheel!
Margo Darling | Castlegar, CANADA | July 31, 2017
Re the speaker featured in today's SayWhat? quote, here's Wikipedia: "Scaramuccia, also known as Scaramouche or Scaramouch, is a stock clown character of the Italian commedia dell'arte."
Kristi | US of A | July 31, 2017
In today's strip, the Time cover on Trump's desk is a nice touch. What was he saying about "fake news"? Go, Doonesbury!
Steve Singer | Iowa City, IA | July 31, 2017
Thank you, Roland Burton Hedley, III, the voice of up-to-the-minute sane perspective in an otherwise volatile political climate.
Lala Palooza | Carmel, CA | July 30, 2017
McAlvie | Baltimore, MD | July 30, 2017
I'm loving the delicious irony of today's strip. Although it's technically out of date, with Prince Reibus having been shown the door by Trump, Sid's words are prophetic. Now Reince learns first hand how fleeting is a job in Trump World. "Those parts are gone!"
Will Hutchings | Happy Valley, CANADA | July 30, 2017
It seems to me that your Trump is slowly evolving into Humpty Dumpty, or some kind of MODOK-like creature who's just a giant head and tiny arms. Either way, I can't wait for his great fall...
Mrs. Grimble | Scotland, UK | July 30, 2017
For Trump, all prime ministers are losers, because they're (theoretically) answerable to a Head of State. Whereas he, a president, is the Head of State. Thus he outranks them!
SURVIVE THE DARKNESS
Terry D. McGee | Sydney, AUSTRALIA | July 30, 2017
If today's SayWhat? is accurate* (Trump on Obamacare over recent months: "It's a failed experiment. It is totally gone.... Dead.... It's broken, it's collapsing. It's gone.... It's out of business.... It's dead!"), what is keeping Obamacare alive? It must be a spirit greater than Trumpism, greater than the worst negativity spirit that America can evoke. It must be a powerful lot of good at work. It must be a lot of good, hardworking people trying to "do no harm." God bless them, and may the spirit survive the darkness.