Elizabeth Warren, senior Democratic senator of Massachusetts, drawn with a fine point and a chisel tip sharpie marker and colored in PhotoShop Elements.
Vladimir Putin drawn with a Staedler pigment liner 0.7 pen, a fine tip Sharpie pen and chisel tip Sharpie marker and colored in PhotoShop Elements.
Former Representative Todd Akin (R-MO) drawn with a Staedler pigment liner 0.7, fine point sharpie and a chisel tip sharpie marker and colored in PhotoShop Elements. Akin’s new book? Firing Back: How Great Leaders Rebound after Career Disasters.
Sen. Patty Murray, Democrat of Washington State, drawn with a 0.7 Staedtler pigment liner and a fine point and chisel tip marker.
Bob McDonald, Veteran’s Affairs nominee and former P&G CEO, drawn with fine point and chisel tip sharpie markers.
Trey Gowdy, Republican of South Carolina, drawn with fine point and chisel tip sharpie markers.
I love how al-Maliki and the rest of Iraq are being left out to hang because of 1) a problem we caused and he didn’t salve and 2) his political philosophy and solutions don’t match ours.
Last Sunday, I was very sick. I don’t draw well or make good artistic decisions when I am sick — so I drew Richard Dawkins. I threw up several time. I had a fever. My head hurt. This drawing communicates better how I felt at the time, rather than be loyal to the subjuect.
I am glad Bowe Bergdahl is back in the hands of the US military. He’ll be tried in a miliary court and they will determine if he deserted or not. The biggest problem is Bergdahl is now the pawn of the Obama administration and his Republican critics. I do not envy Bergdahl this at all.
As a military veteran, I find Bergdahl disgusting. I did not serve in combat (no wars going on at the time). I was not in the infantry (I was an engineer). I was not the best soldier by any stretch of the word (no awards beyond an honorable discharge, a good conduct award and always qualifying 40/40 on the rifle range), but I do know some great soldiers and they do not deserve to be associated with Bergdahl.
My problem is all the attention a complete failure is getting. Bergdahl has no value as a soldier, but he does as a political pawn (not to mention as a diplomatic pawn).
Charles Krauthammer: Bergdahl Coming Home — Free Him, and then Try Him