Great Doonesbury Global Warming Cartoon By Joe Romm on September 25, 2011 at 9:55 am 98Share This 0Tweet This Share this: "Great Doonesbury Global Warming Cartoon" Share: Mike Lukovich also has a great cartoon on global warming, but with a (slightly) different spin: Related Post: What was the best climate or energy humor of 2010? Best Extreme Weather Cartoons Tags: Climate Changehumor Close Like Climate Progress on Facebook Don't show this to me again ‹ PREVIOUS Fukushima Surprise: Radioactive Rice “Far Exceeding” Safe Levels Found in Japan NEXT › Is Joe Bastardi the Worst Long-Range Forecaster Ever? 16 Responses to Great Doonesbury Global Warming Cartoon cervantes says: September 25, 2011 at 10:49 am Sorry, it isn’t funny. John McCormick says: September 25, 2011 at 10:57 am It’s up there with dead Kennedy jokes. How about treating us to an honest appraisal by some big green boss. Peter Mizla says: September 25, 2011 at 11:02 am The American public has grown used to huge asset growth over the last 35 years- in a short time line (5-7 years) that is over- ACC will destroy that myth, along with the conservative movement of 50 years ago. Mike says: September 25, 2011 at 12:44 pm The Doonsebury one is going on the office door! John McCormick says: September 25, 2011 at 6:25 pm Mike, put it on your office floor! Tom Gray says: September 25, 2011 at 3:56 pm I think it’s funny too. Dark humor, to be sure, but that is a Doonesbury specialty. And isn’t it actually a “super-truth,” about the candidates not having the courage to tell the truth? Thumbs up from me. John McCormick says: September 25, 2011 at 6:24 pm Garry Trudeau, a political and behind the curtain sharpie, has been titillating us with his obtuse attacks of the right wing for 40 years while never stepping up to say what he really believes. Yes, his contributions to Dem candidates will be used by him to emphatically say he is a progressive. Well…… How about Trudeau giving us a comic strip that attacks the Kroch Bros as pathological bastards. No! Trudea, like many of his “journalistic” colleagues believe readership is more important than serious “truthing”. Or, more directly, and for the benefit of his thirsty readers…… Doonsebury visiting his high school and telling the students that his generation has just trashed theirs and that they had better get to the streets to stop us. No. Pay check comes first. That’s the rule of the game. Eileen Clausen at PEW and Fred Krupp at Environmental Defense and Dave Hawkins at NRDC are in the Trudeau canoe …gotta protect the image and not discourage members or turn away new members. So, truth be told, we already knew what Trudeu conveyed in his cartoon strip. But, we don’t have a clue what he believes. Jeffrey Davis says: September 26, 2011 at 1:51 pm What difference does it make what he believes? We don’t know what you believe, do we? David B. Benson says: September 25, 2011 at 8:08 pm Those both are d****d fuuny! In a darkish way… Dave says: September 25, 2011 at 8:34 pm John, Hard to say that Trudeau is soft pedaling much in this strip! Sorry to put this bluntly, but if you don’t have a clue what Trudeau believes it’s not Trudeau’s fault. I think there is a communication value in subtlety and ideological ambiguity. A sharp comic ability to skewer anyone who is being an idiot or hypocritical helps as well. And maintaining a readership is pretty important! Trudeau doesn’t need to convert you to concern about climate change or fire you up with crazed rhetoric – but his sly parodies may be able to draw in some fence-sitters. The more Trudeau addresses climate change the better! John McCormick says: September 26, 2011 at 6:57 am Tom Toles does a better job. LarrBerr says: September 28, 2011 at 5:54 pm Then go with that! It’s like drinking pepsi and complaining that coke tastes better. Then why bother drinking pepsi, and just complaining about it, just drink the coke instead. kermit says: September 25, 2011 at 11:18 pm Once again Trudeau speaks plainly while being funny. Lukovich is truth, but did not make me laugh aloud. Half my news comes from comedians of some sort, and most of the rest from scientists or science blogs. Dave McRae says: September 25, 2011 at 11:41 pm Good stuff. Still, my favourite Doonsebury, the “science is too controversial” http://dericbownds.net/uploaded_images/Doonesbury.gif Raul M. says: September 26, 2011 at 6:52 am That it’s not against the law to be overwhelmingly selfish and why? Thanks Joe for relaying. Andrew F. says: September 28, 2011 at 1:36 pm Seriously, this discussion is ludicrous. The very idea of someone who spends their time posting on internet boards lambasting another for only *moderately* sticking it to the man makes me want to laugh and cry at the same time – sort of a craugh. If you actually believe Trudeau is guilty of some kind of half-measure, you need to: 1. Make some suggestions of full measures 2. Go out and do them.