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Monday, July 23, 2012


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jeff (Phoenix HUM/114) This cartoon says it all and is the true setting of our society today. The government helps the banks get away with murder to help gain contributions for their next campaign while we the people struggle to make ends meet. So what happened to we the people, by the people, for the people? The people have been laid to rest and now suffer while our hard work allows big business and government to drag down our country in GREED!

Anonymous said...

I think this picture speaks for itself. Though, the illustrator needs to work on ellipses though. I can't really believe that empty plate is on the same plane as those other dishes and that table. From a political perspective, this gave me a good laugh, though I'm crying on the inside. From the artist's perspective though, the planes are all screwed up. Redraw.

-Danielle Nunez COM 101

Astrea Swinson said...

Astrea Swinson COM 101 I think this is a very true picture and people are always the victims of banks and the government, and yet we are encouraged to vote and voice our opinion to help the society.. but in the end how much does it really help?

Anonymous said...

This makes me of Devin's presentation today when he said that the pharmaceutical company's and the government worked together to steal the patient for the cancer cure. Gwen Dennett com 101 sec 4522

Anonymous said...

in today's society we the "people" are taken advantage of in so many ways.By whatever means necessary the government will screw us over. The use banks as one way to cover up for their wrongdoing. They are never the bad guys.

Megan Kazmar

JASON MEJIA -COM 101- said...

This is a great depiction of our country. We have the banking system and the government feasting on all the food and goods (probably ours), right in front of us, while we ae starving and barely making ends meet (by American terms).
JASON MEJIA -COM 101-

Anonymous said...

I think the picture could have a larger impact if it were at another table, using a younger woman of color with a couple of hungry kids at her side, rather than a middle aged white man. Not to say that there are not poor middle aged white men, but I think the other would show a better representation of the impoverished people in today's America.

Jessica Pena

Anonymous said...

Anthony Chu

I wonder y people can see the gov't and banks work to take there money yet all they do is look.

Anonymous said...

Just like explained after my persuasive speech how a doctor who had something effective was totally screwed over by government and big business while the regular people are the ones truly suffering.


Devin Murtaugh