Look At This Comic from 1934

Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by IrritatedWithUS, Jun 23, 2011.

  1. IrritatedWithUS

    IrritatedWithUS Well-Known Member


    This comic is from 1934....I guess we never change.
    Amazing. ​
  2. ajsmith

    ajsmith Well-Known Member

    lol....looks like history repeats it's self................:dunno:

  3. Magus

    Magus Scavenger deluxe

    And what happened then was WW II.:gaah:

    Ah well,after WW III we won't have to worry about the economy for a few thousand years.:rolleyes:
  4. Meerkat

    Meerkat Seeking The Truth

    What saved us was people paid attention back then.Lobbies were few and immigrants assimulated and joined the culture of their new land.

    Sen.Davey Crocket learned his lesson when he tried to take tax money and give it to the people whos homes had burned down in a huge town fire.

    He was campaigning and came up to a farmer,the farmer told him he voted for him last time but would not vote for him again.

    Crocket ask why.Farmer said you want to take the people's money and give it to others.Its not yours to give,if you want to give'reach into your own pocket and give your own money.

    Nothing new about power corrupting polititions.Whats new is the people gave them more power than they knew what to do with.Now they are insane with power,all of them.
  5. IrritatedWithUS

    IrritatedWithUS Well-Known Member

    it's time to destroy things.
  6. power

    power ExCommunicated

    Not much has changed from back in those days and today. People still have a very short memory. They can't remember the last election and the crooks they elected.
  7. Bigdog57

    Bigdog57 Adventurer at large

    The only changes today is the 'Stalin' character is George Soros, and those college frat boys are the US Senate........ The AH on the donkey is the illegal kenyan hissown self........ :rolleyes:
  8. RetroMan

    RetroMan Member

    Its not that we haven't changed, its because it take time to destroy a country without actually invading it.