Marc Alan Fishman: A Law Worthy of a Super-Villain

Marc Alan Fishman

Marc Alan Fishman is a graphic designer, digital artist, writer, and most importantly a native born Chicagoan. When he's not making websites, drawing and writing for his indie company Unshaven Comics, or rooting for the Bears... he's a dedicated husband and father. When you're not enjoying his column here on ComicMix, feel free to catch his comic book reviews weekly at MichaelDavisWorld, and check out his books and cartoons at Unshaven Comics.

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3 Responses

  1. Ray Phenicie says:

    “Unlucky for us pinko-commie-liberals (those who support Obama, and/or think war is dumb)”
    Wait a minute, President Obama has done more to support the war machine in this country than any president since Lyndon Johnson or Richard Nixon. Unhitch the comment about supporters of Obama and your comment makes sense, otherwise you have lapsed into a moment of incoherent gibberish.
    If you check the about Iraq, Afghanistan , Syria and Ukraine news, you would see the Obama administration can only be seen as supporting war efforts whenever the idea suits them. And those reasons are themselves based on incoherent thinking.

  2. mike weber says:

    Down here in Georgia they’re working on an even worse law – one which, strictly interpreted, says that beating your wife is okay, so long as it’s your “sincere religious conviction” (or words to that close effect) that it’s the right thing to do.

  3. Mindy Newell says:

    Yeah, I know about this, courtesy of HARDBALL WITH CHRIS MATTHEWS, Mark. The thing, this is one time when the corporate culture may help all us leftie-pinko-communist-New York Jewish liberal intelligentsia because Mr. Matthews and his guests also reported that the Indiana Better Business Bureau (of all things!) is objecting to this law because it will lead to loss of business…and the NCAA is standing firm against it as well, saying that although it’s too late to move the March Madness from Indianapolis this year, if the law stands they will pull all games from the state, including the March Madness championship rounds.