Disasters & Extreme Weather Rick Perry and God

Published on August 31st, 2011 | by Joe Mohr

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God's Response to Rick Perry

August 31st, 2011 by

Rick Perry — praying for corporations, working to dirty our water and air and worsen our climate:

Besides the fact that the cloud is part of the joke and that clouds are ever-malleable to make into giant middle fingers, the cloud is also in the cartoon, as God, to symbolize the fact that some people’s idea of God (Republican extremists’, for example) clouds their minds and muddles their judgement.

I just deleted a whole diatribe illustrating that point further…I’ll save you the time and simply summarize.

Supporting Tea Party candidates makes you look very dumb to the rest of the world. Unfortunately, we (the rest of the world) have a vested interest since your ignorance could ruin the rest of the world.

Conclusion: Stop it.

More on “Scary Rick Prayery”

From ClimateProgress: After Praying for Rain, Texas Governor Rick Perry Prays for the EPA to Stop Environmental Regulations
From ThinkProgress: PROFILE: The Outlandish Beliefs Of Rick Perry’s Prayer Rally Endorsers

…and the Far Right goes out of their way to show Rick Perry is not their only nut
From the New York Times: Michele Bachmann Blames God for the Earthquake, Hurricane Irene [Updated]
From Grist: Here’s a quick roundup of the insane ways the Right is reacting to Irene
From PlanetSave: Joe Romm & Keith Olbermann Spell Out Who Really Takes Money to Lie
From Ecopolitology: Republican Presidential Candidates on Climate Change

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is an Environmental/Political cartoonist for Planetsave, Elephant Journal, Wend Magazine, Twilight Earth, Ecopolitology, EcoSnobberySucks, and more... Joe also does a kids enviro-toon called Hank D and the Bee on EcoChildsPlay and NaturalPapa. Joe lives in University City, Missouri and spends his free time with his beautiful wife, enthusiastic daughter, and curious toddler of the same name. He also enjoys writing, drawing, painting, walking, biking, skateboarding, gardening, reading, listening to music, playing sports, and watching plays (especially the plays his wife's site-specific theatre company, Onsite Theatre puts on).   Visit Joe's online cartoon gallery at JoeMohrToons.com.



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