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Political Cartoon “The Mouth and the Magician” by Iranian American Cartoonist Kaveh Adel

On October 13, 2012 by Kaveh

Political Cartoon "The Mouth and the Magician" by Iranian American Cartoonist Kaveh Adel.

Political Cartoon “The Mouth and the Magician” by Iranian American Cartoonist Kaveh Adel.

The U.S. vice presidential debate last Thursday was a debate between the Mouth and the Magician. It did not matter if Vice President Biden was smiling, interrupting and Yelling or Congressman Paul Ryan was working his charm, offering no specifics, dodging the questions. What mattered was that the public got to see how real politicians really manipulate words and really never answer the real questions.

The two party system in the United States leaves so many holes that the volume of one’s voice or the charm of one’s eyes through the repetition of the same sentence a hundred times makes the public believe those words no matter how true they really are.

So I dedicate this to the American people and all the people around the world who are left to choose between Mouths, Magicians and liars.

In the infamous words and Video by Samuel L. Jackson,whether you agree with his political tilt or not:  “Wake the F*&ck Up!”

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One Response to “Political Cartoon “The Mouth and the Magician” by Iranian American Cartoonist Kaveh Adel”

  • You mention Ryan not giving details on his plans. Has either Obama or Biden given specifics on what they will do if re-elected? They say nothing about where they want to take America in the next four years or how they will solve problems and no one in the media (not even cartoonists like yourself) question them about it.

    And what about Biden giving false or wrong answers on almost everything he said at the debate? Do the research.

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