Monday, May 7, 2012

Another Look at ‘Julia’

For those of you who love dark humour (and, God help me, I do), it is difficult to get much better in the political arena than Iowahawk, but understand that you will often have to strap in securely and cinch down tight for a wild ride into the abyss.

Derision galore has been justifiably piled on the Obama campaign’s ‘Julia’, a venture into graphic art, apparently for those who can’t won’t read and need to get back quickly to grab the latest news from Bill Maher.  Mild-mannered David Burge takes Julia through her government-planned, cradle-to-grave lifetime in a delicious send-up.

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