A strip showed a taxpayer attacking his TV set with a baseball bat and yelling: Sign in Subscribe Scrapbook Favorites Comics Kingdom The best comic strips, editorial cartoons and puzzles in all the land. Mallard Fillmore A seasoned, rumpled ex-newspaper reporter, Mallard now works for WFDR-TV in Washington, D. Mallard yearns for the "good old days," and views himself as a victimized underdog in a world that is being overrun with political correctness , religious secularism , and hypocrisy. This may be because he is from Vietnam. Design by Bob Staake. In other words, the greater your investment income, the less you pay.
Interaction Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. This section does not cite any sources. See inside newly renovated Holland America Line cruise ship. Winnie the Pooh Wonder Woman. Tropes HQ About Us Contact Us Advertising: Mallard Fillmore is a comic strip written and illustrated by Bruce Tinsley that has been syndicated by King Features Syndicate since June 6,
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In the parody, Mallard criticizes legislation protecting the environment, as well as the income tax, and concludes "Ooops! Deadly crash closes I-5 northbound at Grand Mound. Reader Services Write the Editor Why ArcaMax Media Center Newsletter Directory. In the book America The Book , written by the staff of The Daily Show , a parody of Mallard Fillmore appears in a section about political cartoons which also included parodies of Peanuts and Doonesbury strips.
Description: Hate crime is a serious issue. Mallard Fillmore is the main character in the comic strip. Today, another violent, right-wing … er … sorry … left-wing Trump … um … I mean … uh … Bernie supporter, yelling … uh … never mind. Instead, she became a TV reporter. You, loyal fans, who wrote and called your local papers to say you liked Mallard kept my little comic strip going, and have done so for 20 years now.