Today’s new Keep the Change comic strip talks about Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain Coon and his fascination with the number 9. Seriously, why are you guys entertaining this dude? Click the comic below to enlarge.

October 27, 2011 Keep the Change comic strip

Herman Coon

October 25, 2011 Keep the Change comic strip

So, the new rising star of the GOP is a former pizza chain CEO….who has a 9-9-9 plan. Do you guys think Herman Cain will wind up as the Republican nominee when all is said and done? And do you think he could actually beat Barack Obama in anything other than a pizza baking contest? Click the comic to enlarge.

White on Rice

Today’s funny new Keep the Change comic strip deals with the recent revelations that former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin had an one night stand with former NBA star Glen Rice in the late 80s. Personally, I don’t see the big deal, but given how the media loves to run with a story, could you imagine how blown out of proportion this story would have been during the 2008 presidential race? I’m sure someone (like Fox Faux News) would have gone crazy with this story. Click the comic to enlarge.

September 15, 2011 Keep the Change comic strip


Minnesota congresswoman and 2012 Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann continues to give the media and late night talk show hosts material. But not the good kind. Recently, she said, “John Wayne was from Waterloo, Iowa. That’s the kind of spirit I have, too.” That’s fine and all except the John Wayne from Waterloo was the serial killer John Wayne Gacy. When given the chance to clarify her comments, she refused. I wonder what was going through the minds of the GOP heads when they saw the interview. Click the cartoon to enlarge.

Michele Bachmann cartoon
What's the difference? Actor...serial killer...they're all the same right?

But, then again, maybe she does have the spirit of that John Wayne.  SMH.

Jury Finds Blagojevich Guilty

An Illinois jury convicted former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich on several corruption charges, including attempting to sell President Obama‘s vacated Senate seat. The verdict came following a retrial after the first trail ended with a deadlocked jury. Blagojevich, who served two terms , became the second straight Illinois governor to be convicted on corruption charges. Experts are saying Blagojevich is likely to be sentenced to 10-15 years. Click the cartoon to enlarge.

Rod Blagojevich found guilty
All this for trying to "sell" a chair...smh