The response from the left is just odd because they’re trying to equate him being a naive child in another country just following their customs as a defense, ok, at best that’s disengenuous, he was an American 10 yr old, what 10 yr old kid would knowingly eat a dog? And if he was truly against it then or perhaps didn’t know why did he not mention that he wouldn’t ever do it again, in his book? He had the chance to explain that he wouldn’t do that now as an adult but he chose not to. To me that means he was and is okay with what he did or he nor the dem operatives just didn’t realize this would have blown back in their faces…sorry for your loss in the narrative dept dems but as they say, people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.
-Political cartoonist Eric Allie
A good cartoon(s).
Where did he write this?
Also, another one for those who think these two incidents are equivalent:
We know Romney’s dog was named Seamus, what was the name of the dog President Obama apparently ate?
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