April 26, 2007

CQ Radio Today: Chris Muir

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For today's installment of CQ Radio, we'll talk with Chris Muir, the cartoonist behind Day By Day. Chris does not shy away from controversy, and his entry for today shows that he likes to challenge taboos on both right and left. We are going to discuss the firestorm that erupted with today's cartoon, plus Chris' trip to Iraq, his philosophy for his art, the use of suggestive imagery in defense of conservatism, and much, much more.

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Posted by krm [TypeKey Profile Page] | April 26, 2007 9:53 AM

Muir is a top notch talent. I like the strip greatly.

Posted by brightwinger [TypeKey Profile Page] | April 26, 2007 11:11 AM


No drawing of Hillary in a spaghetti strap top and bikini panty bottom!

(Oh gawd, I want to poke my eyes out with a fork after picturing that image.)

PS. Today's strip was really spot on and funny.

Posted by RBMN [TypeKey Profile Page] | April 26, 2007 11:18 AM

Rather than giving Muir a hard time, they should praise the anonymous Hillary staffer that convinced Hillary to leave the "blackface" makeup alone, and just do the voice.

Posted by Duches of Austin [TypeKey Profile Page] | April 26, 2007 4:54 PM

I fail to understand why conservatives are so eager to jump on the pc bandwagon. That's a lefty thing.

Besides, Shrillary opened herself up to it for being such a pandering fool. She should have known she couldn't pull it off. She's not even close to being as charming as her husband.

I would vote for the devil himself first.

Posted by Barnestormer [TypeKey Profile Page] | April 27, 2007 9:05 AM

Sorry I couldn't catch the session. Judging from the uproar, Mr. Muir must be tone deaf (blind?). (It's caramel, Chris).

But even that's debateable.

Best to give up the strip altogether and check into the Carlin/Rickles Center. As every successful comedian (and satirist) knows, it's all in the sensitivity.