Ken Bennett | Yakima, WA | November 07, 2016
I was a medic in CuChi in 1968/1969, and your recent strip really hit home for me. Thanks for your concise comments. We won't forget.
Alix | Pawtucket, RI | November 06, 2016
If (heaven forbid!) Trump actually wins this Tuesday, it won't be for GBT's lack of trying. Bless you, sir.
Pete Freeman | Leeds, UK | November 06, 2016
Today's Donald Trump board game is brilliant, absolutely amazing. I want one! Whatever it is that Mr Trudeau does to keep his mind ablaze with such inventiveness, I wish he'd pass the secret on.
K. DeWitt | Dohuk, IRAQ | November 02, 2016
I have been ignoring the American election as much as possible, but there has been some leakage. After reading the recent Blowback post about Trump's possible new word (that wasn't) I thought I'd share a portmanteau word I thought I heard on the TV news (having failed to hit the mute button fast enough): "Trumpus," combining "Trump" and "rumpus." As in, "That is just another Trumpus."
Jim Murtagh | Los Angeles, CA | November 01, 2016
I just realized that Trump may be the first presidential candidate you have pictured as a person. No symbol, no waffle, no helmet. Maybe Trump is his own iconic symbol!
The last thing I do every night is to check if the next day's strip has been posted yet. We need you badly. Keep up the great work.
Patricia Henry | DeKalb, IL | October 30, 2016
I am so grateful. All this time I thought Trump had invented a new obnoxious word, "bigly," as a synonym for "huge." Thanks to today's strip I realize he's actually been saying "big league." Not since I discovered that Creedence Clearwater Revival was singing about "a bad moon on the rise" and not "a bathroom on the right" have I felt so enlightened.
Richard Hart | Luton, ENGLAND | October 26, 2016
I find Jeremy Cavendish to be a very unsympathetic character. On too many occasions he has behaved like a cad, such as boasting about his relationship with Lacey Davenport after her death, and the way he questioned her relationship with Alice P. Schwartzman. He may appear to be an innocent klutz, but to me it's all an act.
Roger Webb | Little Rock, AR | October 25, 2016
I'm a psychologist, but not a clinician, so diagnosing Donald Trump is beyond my competence -- but let me try. Trump's behavior shows clear sociopathy as well as flaming narcissism, but he lacks the superficial charm characteristic of these disorders and has no sense of humor. He seems to have no empathy, but also no sense of self. My people use the concept of "theory of mind" to explain our ability to see ourselves as well as others, and assume it is part of human genetic endowment. I think fetal Donald Trump was somewhere else the day that got handed out.
Jenny Marshall | Seattle, WA | October 25, 2016
Thank you, Garry. I loved your Sunday strip. As a Mental Health Counselor I couldn't understand why someone wasn't calling him out for what he is; a mysogynistic sociopath with an anger problem and a trigger finger -- the last person we want in charge of our nuclear weapons! Don't worry about him suing you; there's enough evidence in the DSM-V that you could get a million psychologists to back you up. Good work.
Scott Jacobsen | Hamilton, CANADA | October 23, 2016
I see you are finally going after HRC today -- "lies like a sociopath." It's good to see some perspective.
Jenny Wettersten | Grand Rapids, MN | October 23, 2016
Ah yes, a referendum on mental health (The Donald's). But rather than being a sociopath, I think he has NPD (narcissistic personality disorder), with some histrionic and antisocial features to be sure!
Grant H. | Hamilton, CANADA | October 21, 2016
Re today's Classic strip: "From whom, bro?" Yes! Proper use of "whom"! Grammar lives!
LACEY AND CLYDE
Barbara H. Partee | Amherst, MA | October 18, 2016
Trump challenging Clinton to take a drug test? He's been reading the Flashbacks about Clyde's challenge to Lacey!
Indeed. Check out the current FAQ, which offers a link to the strips from that 1986 storyline.
Terry D. McGee | Sydney, AUSTRALIA | October 16, 2016
So six weeks ago Trudeau took a wild guess that sexual harrassment might become an issue in the election -- but he couldn't guess that "microagressions" would be such a YUGE understatement.
MICHELLE OBAMA'S SPEECH
L.H. | Rockport, MA | October 14, 2016
Thank you for posting the video of Michelle Obama's powerful speech today. I cannot watch it enough times, and I cannot watch it without tearing up because it expresses so many of the overwhelming feelings -- of shame, disgust, indignation, pride, and hope -- that I have felt during this campaign. We should all be proud of Mrs. Obama for speaking these truths.
Maryhelen Posey | Calgary, CANADA | October 09, 2016
Thank you for Today's Video about Chicago in 1968. I remember it clearly, but never saw the TV discussions of it (and, of course, the Democratic Party Convention itself). I now think that was the beginning of a decline that led us to (among other things) Trump.
Pam FitzGerald | Perth, CANADA | October 09, 2016
Garry, your cartoons encouraged me for decades to get out of bed and care about the world ... and all before breakfast. They helped shape my thinking for the better, and I hope I've been able to pass this along in my own small way. We rarely know how we influence others. Thank you for being an inspiration in mine.
Richard Hart | Luton, ENGLAND | October 07, 2016
I have always found Roland Hedley to be the most depressing Doonesbury character because he was once a dedicated seeker of truth and turned into a shill for hucksters and knaves.
Roger Miller | Nathrop, CO | October 05, 2016
Re Trump's "a lot of people can't handle it" remark on war: I only did one tour of Viet Nam and I still have occasional flashbacks. PTSD is real, and there is no way our military personnel now doing five or six tours in Afghanistan stand a chance of coming back without some emotional/psychological baggage. Sorry Donald, strength has nothing to do with it.
Mike Davis | Victoria, CANADA | October 03, 2016
Garry, thank you for so many years of laughs and insights. I just finished reading through the whole damn pile (not for the first time) -- from the Yale cartoons to The Weed Whisperer -- and it is a brilliant history our society and politics. Your work will not be matched, and when future generations want to understand how things really happened and were perceived -- they should look to Doonesbury. Thanks again.