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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

Thank you.

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 Although it's technically out of date, with Prince Reibus having been shown the door by Trump, Sid's words are prophetic.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!

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.

Editor's Note:

  * It is.

Allison C. Davis | Albuquerque, NM | July 30, 2017

Those sweet, tiny hands!

Charlie Bing | Edmonton, CANADA | July 30, 2017

Ah, I am so enjoying Sundays. Today we have the Trumpster with tiny hands talking to (yelling at?) Reince Priebus... and since you penned this cartoon, Priebus has been canned, and the [a series of incredibly offensive expletives deleted] Mooch has come on board. Just another week at the bonkers Trump White House. Man, you just can't make this @!%# up can you?

Bobbie Herman | Fairfield, CT | July 29, 2017

I wonder if Mike wears his glasses to bed so he can see his dreams better...

Donna Christopher | Lucerne, CA | July 27, 2017

Thanks for the dose of Commander Cody today -- prompted me to wade through my stack of vinyl.

Brendan Nichols | South of Jefferson, OR | July 27, 2017

To even consider such a quandary as the one Mike ponders as he stares through the glass probably never occurred to way too many for long enough to seriously consider. It is futile to blame another for troubles when such proclivities are increasingly ubiquitous. The truth is, "The buck stops here" should be on every mirror as a reminder. It does, or it doesn't; which one gets prominence declares the value of the person it controls.

Jan | Vancouver, CANADA | July 26, 2017

Reading today's 10-years-ago strip on the Flashbacks page I have to wonder if G.W. Bush is relieved that he will no longer be remembered as the worst President in history.

Rick Puig | London, UK | July 24, 2017

I've always thought today's Classic strip, about Zonker giving Mike career advice, was funny.

Edward Cherlin | Columbus, IN | July 23, 2017

Sorry, Boopsie. What B.D. is telling you about isn't acting. It's kayfabe, as in pro wrestling. Check out this 2007 film. (Donald Trump is the master, seeming simultaneously to be the good guy "face" to his base, and the bad guy "heel" to everyone else, and sometimes doing heel-face-heel turns within a single sentence.)

Graeme Roberts | Birmingham, UK | July 22, 2017

Nicely timed. Mr Butts' 1989 redux as the strip of the day while Reuters digs into Phillip Morris marketing tactics used to try and hook new smokers in third world countries. Coincidence?

Dan | Minneapolis, MN | July 21, 2017

  A Chicago printmaker has made art out of the "dumpster fire" designation. I bought a copy at the Pitchfork Music Festival this past weekend!