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Hillary the Commander-in-Chief

Here’s Commander-in-Chief Hillary! Back in 2008 there was a lot of chatter about whether Hillary was up to the job of commanding the troops. Hillary told a story about how she was “dodging bullets” as she flew into Bosnia – a story that would have shamed even Brian Williams.

We also heard a lot about how Hillary thought America would rather she got an emergency call at 3:00 in the morning, instead of Barack Obama. I drew a cartoon similar to this one in 2008, with Hillary’s medals, and I realized that in only seven years, many of the medals have changed, but Hillary is basically the same. Here’s a new, updated version of my military, Hillary golden oldie. Come see our big collection of Bill ‘n Hillary cartoons.


By Daryl Cagle

Daryl Cagle is the publisher of and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc, which which is a major distributor of editorial cartoons and columns to newspapers and digital publishers. See Daryl's blog at:, see his site at: get permission to reprint his cartoons at:

4 replies on “Hillary the Commander-in-Chief”

The people that vote for her will vote for her, the people that won't, won't and the people in the middle are treated to more fawning over yet another Democrat(FIRST!) while others are held to standards(SIGH). I would say my wish is that the Conservatives would gel together behind a candidate, the way the Democrats do, but that kind of big picture focus has proven elusive, there seem to be so many deal breakers in the group, that we don't even need a vote splitter like Perot to muck it up, the Media shine qa spotlight on every little diagreement fro the Republicans and do contortions to excuse and obfuscate for the other side. I consider my self an optimist, but I find myself muttering louder and louder "at this point what difference does it make." PLease help me to fight this condition, its much like Stockholm syndrome only worse.

People that will vote for her will. people who won't won't, and the people in the middle will be treated to another Fawning(FIRST) sigh, I hope they can navigate the hyperbole on both sides, and that the Conservatives finally gel behind a candidate, even though he/she will receive much poorer treatment by the Media, who yet again want to pick the winner, not because it is best for the country but because the Democrats are on their side, please spare me the haughty retorts of how dare you, it is all academic and so formulaic it is to weep, and I find myself muttering louder and louder, at this point what possible difference could it make. I hope for better.

O commented twice, politey and didn't make it. I think your review processor is faulty.

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